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Amusements FERGUSON DRAMATIC COMPANY. "THE WAGES OF SIN." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Amusemeofs FERGUSON DRAMATIC COMPANY. '"•THE WAGES OF SIN." Uikler lUc ch-cumstances; the opcn mg rorfomiaffo- on Saturday night; of JIisj> Nellie Ferguson's dranKilic: com pany ot the Town flail. Port Pirio,-was well received. .-Saturday nijdit audienc es anv not, as a rule, the largest in tins town, and-f-he critical faculty of ITie people is such that it is not usual to take- the quality of entertainments on-trust. Though the attendance was large tile lialt was by .no means crowd ed. v- - Drama of the old-fashioned style was chosen for the first performance of the season. It was drama with the orthodox hero, young. ■ brave.- and chiv alrous, and the usual heroine, win some, loved" by the hero and perse cuted bv a--villain ot-measured type. With these are a low comedy antt sev eral accessory characters. all cast in a mould that was-shaped a hundred years . igo The p'rt l- ilmn-t tquiLh oitli ; odo\ lluo lo^to heioint \ ill un niin--. anothei giil ihcit mkn,r oiniMi mischief bel...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

'• ' LICENSING COURT. * Two member? of the south Austra lian Licensing Court, :vfr R. T. Ne-bif and Mr E. J. TUornas, were ia Port Pirie on Saturday on official business.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT CASIKOr "shoulder Arms''; tlie second Million dollar'comedy of the inimitable Charlie is showing at the Casino to-nighU:This is the only new Chaplin (dm sino:\"A. Dog's Life". The Casino, lAd. have tlie sole rights in Port/ Pirie for these eomcdies. It is claimed that "Shoul der Arms" is Chaplin's best. According to the story Charlie joins the Sammies,. and after many adventures, reaches a climax when he captures the Kais'-r. Charlie does riot, intend to go short of anything if lie can possibly help, and his dress is a scream, containing every-; thing from a corkscrew to a mouse-; trap'. "When the mail comes; and there' is no parcel for hnn, Charlie gets the blues—-but lie js not really forgotten. —the postman" comeg . back with the forgotten parcel. ; It is opened amidst great- erccitcment, and -contrjns ia-dog. Li=oaU. Good eyes are needed to fol low Chaplin v/her. lie is dressed up as a ti ee in the forest—one realises -what camouflage means on seeing this act....

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. . Trains are due to leave Pirie f®r— Peterborough at a.m., 12 noon {carrying passengers, 'for ".AViliuIhgton fine), 5.15 p.m. (carrying' passengers for-"Adelaide vja Terowie). • Adelaide, via Blythj?, at D.10 a.m. Trains are due to arrive at Pirn; from— • Peterborough at_ 5.:50 a.m. (bring -njr Adelaide passengers via Telowic). 1.15 p.m. (bringing passengers fron Wilmington line). 7.12 p.m. Adelaide, via Blythe, at -5.8 p.m.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

INWARD. Mails arrive at Port Pirie Post Office at the following times: Adelaide, Monday, 9.15 a.m.; Tues day to Saturday,- 6.30 a.m. Hamiey Bridge, Monday,. 9.15 a.m.; Tuesday to Saturday, 6.30 a.m. Port Pirie West, 8 a4m. daily. ■ 1 Solomontown, 9 a.m. daily. Broken Hill, 9.15 a.m. daily. Port Germein, Mondays, Tuesdays, ■ Phui^days and Fridays, 9 a.m.; Wed lesdays and Saturdays, 4 p.m. Telowie Greek. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 9 a.m.; Wed -nesdays and Saturdays, 4- p.m. Broad Creek, Mondays, Tuesday? md Fridays, 9 a.m. Nelshaby, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays, 9 a.m. Peterborough, 1.15' p.m. Port Pirie West, 3 p.m. Solomontown, 4 p.m. Warneriown, 4.8 p.m. Crystal Brook, 4.8 p.m. Gladstone, 4..S _p.m. , Gladstone Railway, 4.ft p.m. Adelaide, 4,8 p.m. • -■.Peterborough. 7. i 0 p.m. Post Offlcf opens for half nn 'hour for delivery o ^orrcspohdrufy by Ikis mail. Terowie Railway. 7.50 p.m. Pos OlTicc opens for half an hour for <l< livery of correspon...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

BIG SPECIAL SHOWING OF CHILDREN'S DRESSES AND ROMPERS There are occasions \\iien Mother cannot afford th.e time to make the Children's Garments. We can help you in this matter. In our Big Showroom wn are displaying a Beautiful Ra nge of children'S GARMENTS in _ all sizes. Yu«,icannot make the Dresses for the money. - from the Manchester department we quote: " * j • " - iC-INClI WHITE CALICO at'8/11 DOZEN. COLORED towels it I did. BACH,.large size. from our DftESS department WE quote: - v? . DOUBLE avidth VOILE at i/n yard, block STRIPES. , from our haberdashery DEPARTMENT WE quote: . ~ . - bundle tape Good Assortment, .t -Hd. BUNDLE. range of dress buttons at 2d. DOZEN. Linoleums. - Linoleums, We have just opened a Bis Shipment of QL'ALITY linoleums. T. e Designs are Smart and well color ed. We would like you to inspect our Linoleum Department when requiring Floor Coverings. We have a tremen dous stock to select from. - JT Prest Bros.,Th'

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME TO BROKEN HILL. TRAIN FOR STRANDED PASSENGERS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

HGR/iE TO BROKEN HiLt. TBiAiIX-FOR STRAaDED PAS SENGERS. " ADELAIDE, Sunday. The Government has arrm=-?.l riiii' a special train from Adelaide on Mcndoy evening at 7 o'clock to convey stranded Broken Hill ciMzens to their homos. The Premier.' has received a telegram from the Premier of Nev, South "VV'aleS thanking the South Aus tralian Government -for its action in facilitating the return of exiled people.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

or W. .MILLS' (JUY5TAL BROOK STOCK, Purchased for faput Cash by Walker Sz Sons ALEXANDER STREET. Tins WHOLE STOCK TO BIS SOLD AT SENSATIONALLY LOW PRICESTO EFFECT A -RAPID-: CLEARANCES FK TAYLOR ELLEN STREET - - - PORT PIRIE. THE LEiD.NS NEWSAGENT All the Latest Newspapers, Periodicals and Magazines. Gifts. ~ Stationery. NURSE BIRD, CERTIFICATED MATERNITY JiURSE, EIGHTH STREET, PIRIJJ WEST. . 31-28 ■ Our Reputation is Behind Every Share ——-o—— FORGAN'P PLOW SHARES are macle of the Very Best Materials, and they are Chilled, so thai you can'get a Share Specially Suited to Every Class of Land. They have the largest sale in Australia because they give Greatest Satisfaction. J. & R.FORGAN CRYSTAL BROOK & PORT PIRIE. Girls1 Cream Radian la Dresses, trim med with navy cellar and Cuffs. Worth- 10/9. FOR ...... ... . . .. .. . . G/iX Ladies'_ Black Cotton Hose—1 SOME SALE .. .. .. .. .. 1/ PAIR Good Quality'. - Check Zephyrs. Usual Price, 1/4 J and 1/6 yard. SOME SALE . . w. ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DETENUES LEAVE ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

DETENUES LEAVE ADELAIDE, - ADEL'MDB, Sunday. i lie .ueiljourne express platform at tire Adelaide railway station bore its usual pre-inllmuiza state of animation on Saturday afternoon when more than 130 New South Wales residents who had been compulsorlly detained in this State on account of the influenza re strictions left for their homes. A spe cial train carrying 83 first, class and* 49 second class passengers proceeded direct for Albury, where they will be quarantined, for -four days

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. March. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Sporting RAGING FIXTURES. —March.— S^Balakl^ya Racing Club. 5^-^—^Ibuu.t Gaoibier Racing Club. {T.-^Spalolns Racing Club. 12.—Port JBrougliton Racing Club. 12.—Siurafc Bay Jockey Club. 12, 13.-—Maraooorte Racing Club. 15.—Port Adelaide Racing Cfub. 17—Southern Yorke's Peninsula Jockey" Club., 20—Ardrogsan Turf Club. 29—S.A..J.C. SUMMER MEETING. : 'Plenty went sore at the. Christmas Meetings. and had -to be spelled. Tim liiens has just, taken the chestnut in hand again. 'EJgritha has also joined his siring. Timmen.-. has been out of luck for some time. Gyr is a,t last paying Uer way. Her success at Jamestown in the Hurdle Race is her fourth. She had to be hard ridden to' shake oil' the veteran Lochiel, who is 12 or K5 years old. Melbourne writers are throwing off at. his name, and it does seem absurd thai names of celebrated racehorses should be perpetuated by animals of" no re lationship. " 'In a field of five £7/3/ was a re markable dividend to get- about Ethel M. in the Jamestown ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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V.A.T.C. RACES. THE FINAL ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

V.A.T.C. RACES. T1IE FINAL {ACCEPTANCES. Final acceptances fur the opening day.. 01 the. Victorian Amateur Turf Club's autumn meeting, as. weir as the CanWeld Futurity Stakes, to be de cided on the sccund. day of the iixture, have been declared in Melbourne. The opening day will be next Saturday: WARREN HURDLE. Two miles and (i i yards. Le Ma Item .. ... .... . 12 0 Thalelas V. . .... . - H 1 I Kinlark . . . . . . . . It 10 Mss Rosslyn . . .... .... 10 11 Coronatus - .. . . . •• I'* 1' Sir Carl ...... ....:» lo: Glenkirk . . V . .. . . - - ~-12 Aristacus . . .. . . . . 11 Oriens -- ? -5 • Gooloo . . . . .... . . y •> Sartrilin .... . . .. .' - . J> 0 Shamniar .. . . -- .. .'. !* 0 FEDERAL STAKES. \v: Five furlongs. Cooriua . . . '> 9 Lisnavane .. .. • • • ■ $.. ' ' iArtilieryman . . . . . . . - 8 1 I - Sextia .. . . . . 8 !> Bandunea ■ • 8 '• Hyadcs .. . . ... - s '5 Oeridwen. . .... .... s 2 Celistes . . . . . 8 0 Lieutenant Pascoe • • •■ •«** 0 Clan Fingon .-. . . . . ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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METHODIST STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

METHODIST STATIONS. • In the second reading of stations at I the Methodist Conference the aft)bint-, inents included the folio wins': . Middle District—Gawier: Stephen Kessel,' Roland Broadbent (Gawier West), .Richard C. Yeoman (Gawier), supernumerary: Kapunda: John- G. Jenkin. Mallalu: Samuel Rossi ter, Thomas Wcalhcrill, supernumerary. Templers: Harry T. Rush (Freeling), Gordon S. Wellington. (Haniley Bridge). Angaston: One to he sent. Iv'iurinuii: G. Keysell Ilaslam. Red ruth : I). Buckley, Bridgwood. Hallett: iVrlhur K. TAnson. Glare: S. Ray. HOoney.'.one to. be sent (Biyth). Au burn: Edgar T. Pryor. RivertonGeo. Hall. Saddleworth: Ernest H. NVooIla ciitl. Eudutida:"'Alfred Dyer. Ren murk: One to be sent. Waikerie: Percy If. Ghennell. ' North-Western District—Terowie: Albert II. Andrews. Peterborough: Allan II. -Melbourne. Yongala: Jasper Gilding. Jamestown: Charles Doley. Laura: ■Arthur. M. Trengove. Glad stone: 'Albert F. Jones, .lohn Raymont (Gladstone), supernumerary,. Cryst...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INHALATION RECOMMENDED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

EXHALATION RECOMMENDED. {Keuter s Service.) LONDON, Saturday. Some investigations that have been, carried out in" regard to influenza showed . that the workers in certain rooms of munition factories and gas workers seemed to possess immunity. Analysis of th e air in these places re vealed that it, contained concentrated fumes of sulphuric acid. The Medical Research Committee thereupon built steam .chambers similar, to those used to disinfect cerebro-spinal fever. These chambers have produced satis factory results so far. though, owing to the short period the data is neces sarily 'inconclusive, "The -Times'' suggests the immediate establishment of public disinfecting stations; Medical speakers at London Con ference declared that when talking, coughing.or sneezing infection may be carried ten feel. They urged that public coughing without covering the moulh ' should be made a ' punishable offence. ; . ' ' '

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FAMOUS SCULLER HOME. W. BARRY ON WAR-TIME SPORT IN HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

FAMOUS SCULLER HORSE, BAI'.IiY ON WAR-TIME SPOUT IN HUNGARY, \V. Barry, a brother of the world's sculling-.champion" and who himself won the championship of England in i8'J7, by defeating .George Towns, the Australian, lias just returned to Eng land from Hungary, where he lias been a prisoner. Barry, who Joolts very lit and well, says sport, lias been in an /unusually flourishing condition during the war, and that most of the racehorses have been trained and ridden by Englishmen. All the British prisoners have, he says, been exceptionally well treated.

Publication Title: Recorder
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B.H.A.S. CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL. RESULTS OF ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

B.H.A.S. CO-OPEPi<\TtVE COUNCIL. RESULTS OF ELECTION. ■' T"- V. . The annual- election in connection: witli the B.H.A.S. eoroperative. council was held at the Smelters on Friday last. "A ballot was held in thy various departments throughout the works for the election of departmental 'represen tatives, and the voting' in most cases was very close. The employes on the night shift voted from 12 midnight Thursday till 8 a.m. on Friday, and the balance of the employes from .8 a.m. to 6 p.m. , -- The scrutineers; Messrs W. Balchin, P. W. Joy. W. McRae, B. S. .Pound,' W. Ray, ]i. Robinson and C. R. Walker, and the returning officer went through the count on the same evening, and the la Her declared the following represen tative elected to the council for the ensuing twelve- months: Smeiters Slag and Builion Contrac tors.— II. Armour, G. E. Potter, P. T. Hayes, C. MiIbut'u. Refinery - and1 Lead Contractors.—-J. R. McDonald, J. P. Ryan, W. J. Fran cis, G. Bird. - V /inc Plant a'li...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pigeon Shooting PIRIE GUN CLUB COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Pigeon Shooting P11UE GUN CLUB COMPETITIONS. After an interval of several " months the Port; Pii-ie Gun Glub held a pig eon siioot on; Saturday. The weather was. on the warm side, and the absence of wind was all in the favor of the guns. There wis a fair attendance, and soirie jjood; shooting w;\s seen. A remarkable incident was witnessed when .Mr. Mayes was shooting at a • double ; rise. M the moment of firing the: secotid bird- crossed with . the: re-; suit Mr.Mayes got both birds with the one barrel. In the same event Mr. J. Reidy made the shot of the after- i noon, when wRIi two extremely strong birds, which went up in opposite , directions, he grassed the "first- bird and swinging round got the second with ] a remarkably fine shot just as it cross-; ed the boundary. Messrs A. Moyle, "Ooma," and J. Mayes were in tip top form. The supply . of birds .un fortunately ran out before I lie shoot-; ing was concluded and clays had to be used in the last sweepstake. Muring the afternoon....

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Epidemic in Australia CASES LESS NUMEROUS. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Epidemx in Australia CASES LESS NUMEROUS. SYDNEY, Sund Another death from influenza lias been reported at the Coast Hospital. Three now suburban eases have oc curred, but there have not been any fresh cases in quarantine. The total '•number of cases to date is 305, and deaths 15.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Bronchitis. Bronchitis is a very common ail ment among- children and among those subject to it the least little exposure brings it on—that is if the child is not given Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy at the first wheezing ^ or hoarse ness. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Epidemic in England DEATH RATE HIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

DEATH RATE HIGH. ; Loudon doctors•. predict, a great fur ther extension of in.lluenza if Urn min er* and transport workers strike, can.sins an increase of the food difii culties- and winter hardships. Fresu outbreaks: of influenza are re ported constantly from all parts </r~lhc kingdom. It is ravaging South_■ Wales, the Midlands, the Isle of Man, Bir mingham and Manchester. - The death rate has trebled in all the large towns and the virulence of the disease in, London is unabated. In London alone 1456 members of the police force are affected. There is a great number of ambulance cases and many patients are seized with delir ium.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"ANOTHER LITTLE HIGH." COMPLICATIONS OF THE WEATHER ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

BROTHER LITTLE HIGH. LO-MPLICATIONS of the weather adelaide, Sunday. Tlic hictebrolpsist^ 3Ir;:J3roniley;' re-' ,i-'uriud at noon lo^day (hat there wus tootliing: on jhii 'cliart;tp indicate jthat. there -wouldtire;:any unsetHea feather: for the present. .. Monsoons , inland seemed to be iiicreasln^ia yencrgy, but ill ore was still a region of high pres sure ovcav the ocean "with another little high pushing in."

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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