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SHIPBUILDING. STATE GOVERNMENT'S INTENTIONS. INDUCEMENT TO PRIVATE ENTERPRISE. Adelaide Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
SHIPBUILDING. STATE GO VE iiNMENT' S MEN TIOSS. INDUCEMENT} TO iPBIVATE ENTEEPKISE. -; ' > Adelaide Wednesday. :£jesidents of. Port Adelaide to-day swaiijed on the Commissioner .o£ Pub lic Works to see" that Port Adelaide interests are> protected* in coiuJection with shipbuilding. Mr. Mac* Gillivray, M.P., who iff troduced thel ueputation, said thi chief seaport had been neglected lor; _25 years. Port Adelaide - must have a graving dock,- and the reputation of the ministry would largely depend on the action it took. In reply, Mr. Bice said thes Govern- . inent was determined not to under take thei work of shipbuilding as: a State scheme, but it was . doing its utmost to encourage a priva-Be firm, to do so with financial.; assistance from ' the -Fwleral andState Govern ments., The State Government had a contract >Vith Messrs.Poole and Steele, of Sydney,/ to build, dredges, under ^ich- the firnv would shift its machinery to Port Adelaide. If that firm" received the requisite ...
St. Patrick's Day Celebrations SUCCESSFUL PROCESSION AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
St iPairick's Day tions SUCCESSFUL PROCESSION AND SPORTS. | Officials: President, Rev. Fajther O'Mahony; vice-president. Rev. Fatfrpr McKvoy judge (horse nicing\cvct}Is). Mr G Ooodc: pony stewards, Messrs J. P., Jenkins and W. C. Slater; starter, Mr. F. Dennis: clerk of courseivW .1. G. Seotuher; clerk of scales, Reidy; stewards, -Messrs At B. Forganr »T. K.' Lee, J. Gilien, T. Bartlett, J.>(&lt;? Mahon, sen..-.las. O'Mahony, J. B. M-c Nally and M. F. Quigley; committee,:; Messrs J. 1>. Bannon (chairman),_ , Hansen, E. O'Donoghue, S. S. Newman, .) \ Smith, J. Ball. P. M. McBride^ P. E. Lynch, P. Brady, J. Hackett, A. j Kitson, L. MeNamara, .1. E. Gripths, j C, Fitzgerald, J. Klwood, M. Welsh, F. J. Flynn, T. P. M^Nally and Mi Mc Inerney; conductorr of dancing : and children's program, Mr J. G. Shinnick; assistants, Messrs T. Cornishai^d C. Br'av; hon. secretary, Mr J. J., Mafli gan: assistant secretary, Mr \V. .. Thompson. . 1 , The annual St.' Patrick s. Day; cele bra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
u \9$ IS. BOOMING AND GOING STRONG. LAST DAYS ANNOUNCED. LAST DAYS. SPECIAL ODDMENTS AND REMNANTS MUST BE GOT RID OF REGARD LESS OF COST. MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S FOOTER Y,: All Sorts, All: Sizes. ALL B ARC GAINS. SEE STAITE, The Lively Bootman, and Get Wise to the LOW PRICES. SALE NdW ON. S,&lt;4LE >NOW* ON. MORE ROOM WANTED. NEW STOCK ARRIVING. ...?COMPARISON- IS WHAT WE WANT. SEE OUR WINDOW'S. iym HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW -MAMMOTH 'DRAPERY STORE? ? A Visit- Will: bt- Appi'eciated. BARGAINS IN OUR SHOWROOM'''-DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR MANCHESTER DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR' HOSIERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR EMBROIDERY AN!) LACE DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR RIBBON AND GLOVE DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR HABERDASHERY DIVISION. BARGAINS IN OUR STATIONERY DIVISION. BARGAINS ALL OVER THE BIG STORE. LAlilBS tor 3 i_\Ve would draw yourHMention to an. Uprto-Date-_FITTlNG_ ROOM r -Ladies' and Children^; BOOTS and SHOES. Every Convenience. "V' THE^ POPULAR HOUSE. (A CARD). My New HYGIEN...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of the late JOHN RU BINIGH are respectfully informed that his remains will be removed from the Solomontown Morgue at 10 a.m.-THIS DAY (Thursday), for interment in Port Pirie Cemetery. SYMONDS BROS., ' Undertakers and Embalmers, Alexander street and Solomontown. THANKS. Mr J. T. SAMPSON wishes to pub licly THANK Dr. Goode, the Matron and the Nurses of the Port Pirie Hos pital' for kindness shown to him through illness. ? .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
ANOTHER GIGANTIC PROGRAM. VITAGRAPH'S: GREAT - STAR FEATURE. A HIGHLY SENSATIONAL AND THRILLING STORY. 5000 FEET OF EXCITEMENT. 5000 FEET. FEATURING ALICE JOYCE AND HARRY MOREY. A MAGNIFICENT .'...iZONA 2000 FEET TOPICAL SPECIAL. CHUMPS AND CHANGES, A Screaming lOOOffc. Comedy. THE \V.\R , GAZETTE. Gaumo: :*s Big!Graphic. HISTORY OF THET W.ftR: SERIES 2. To-Night s s Casino : : To-SMight I (Under'Real Propc.-lj Act, iSKti). REAL ESTATE AGENTS A?.'D PROPERTY SALESMEN. :o; to Lend ESTATES MANAGEDr 'RENTS COLLECTED. Homes for Sale on Small Deposits Choice Selection. 4 SURVEYS ARRANOKD. ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE Mi ALL PA3T8. SEVERAL TOWNSHIPS TO SELECT PROM. Transfers, Mortgages, Leases, etc., prepared by Expert Con 1 veyander. OFFICE: ALEXANDER STREET. ^ THOMAS & MILLHO0SE LEGALLY QUALiFSE DENTAL SURGEONS. Painless Extractions Is. m By our \*eW Method and Anaesthetic GOLD WORK A SPECIALITY. CROWN BRIDGES AND FILLINGS. HOURS-9 to 6. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. EXTRACTIONS ...
SPAIN. COMPACT BETWEEN CIVILIANS AND MILITARY. (Reuter's Service). LOND0N, Tesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
SPAIN. COMPACT BETWEEN CIVILIANS AND MILITARY. (Reuter's Service). j LOND0N, Tesday. . " Router's correspondent at Madrid states that the War Minister (Senor Laeievu.) has carried the day by having military reorganisation schemes pro mulgated by Royal decree. The Pre / mier (Senor Garcia Prieto) will pro .bably insist on submitting them to the , Gertes; in which case long and .ejyyt 4 iri& debates are expected. The qiiiWD' resolves itself largely into ia contest between military and civil power, in ...which the army evidently supports] senor Lacieva. The bearing the con tlici "will have upon the international situatiaa remains ^ uncertain.
MAINTENANCE OF A CAT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
MAINTENANCE OF A CAT. In connection with our colossal war expenditure, the following' pointed parable is being circulated -with con siderable gusto in certain Army cir cles: A particular military depot, be-: ing infested with rats, a cat was intro duced, 3d. per diem appearing in the accounts for its maintenance (says an English paper). To this the authori ties objected on the score of expense, but agreed to the issue of rat-traps to the- number of one for every dozen troops. Proving ineffective, traps of a more elaborate and expensive design were -substituted, with the proviso that the rats caught should be measur ed. An application for a foot-rule for -this purpose being refused because a carpenter's shop was not maintained at this depot, instructions were given to indent for the necessaary carpen ter's shop in order to secure the rule. Still no rats were caught, and ulti mately the cat was reinstated; but, economy having to be effected some where, its allowance was reduced from 3...
WATERWORKSTOWN WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
WATERWORKSTOWN WATER SUPPLY. A short time ago Messrs W. J. G. Cole and H. JacKson, M's.P., in re sponse to a request from Mr Charles S. Connor, made representations to the Government for an improvement in the quality of the water supplied to resi dents of Wateworkstown. Recently a great improvement has been noticed in the water in question. This is ex plained by the following letter which Mr Jackson has received from Mr G. H. Dewhirst, secretaray to the Com missioner of Public Works: "Refer ring to the copy of extract of letter forwarded to this office by your secre tary with regard to the quality of water obtained from the mains at Waterworkstown, Port Pirie, I am directed by the Hon. Commissioner of Public Works to say that the hydraulic engineer reports that neither the resi dent engineer nor the district foreman at Port Pirie have had any complaints as to the quality of the water supplied a t Waterworkstown. An alteration has now been made whereby two-thirds Beetalo water is mix...
THE AIR RAID ON PARIS. MANY BUILDINGS STRUCK. DARKNESS NO PROTECTION. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 14 March 1918
THE AIR RAID ON PARIS. MANY BUILDINGS STRUCK. DARKNESS NO PROTECTION. (Published in .The Times:) .. LONDON, Wednesday. The Times correspondent in Paris says that the enemy air raid was the siiost successful yet attempted. Many sveij known buildings were struck, but iiie French morale is not shaken. Thea tres a#d music halls continued their performances, the audiences remaining. British soldiers were being- entertained rat a Club dance,' the. ladies of which orchestra stopped playing. A Tommie \vho \vas present shouted, "Go on, la ; slidwlj flie Roches' wr are : not ^tightened," ;and the orchestra resumed playSng._ De&iiite its intensity and Ion# dura tion, tlift raid was less noisy than the tondoa raids, and the barrage was leas iinfense. In the House of Commons last night 51r Cave, replying to a question, said hardly any buildings in London were safe against the enormous bombs now ,uscd by the enemy.