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Railway to Wandea ah PROPOSED DEVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Railway to Wandea ah -PROPOSED DEVSATIOD3. The .question of the deviation of a railway route to run into Port Pirie was considered in Adelaide on Thursday, by the Railways Standing1 Committee. Pre sent—Messrs IIagu6 (chairman), Jelley Gunn, Reidy, .mil vou Doussa. J ^ ■ J. T. Furner. assistant -engineer lor surveys, Adelaide, stated that a pre liminary examination had been made of the proposed alteration in the route of the railway between Red Hill and Port Augusta, with the idea of serving the hundred of Wiindearah, and also entering Port Pirie. An approximate estimate of the grade and the; amount of earthworks necessary had been ob tained. The i suggested deviation to •serve the hundred left the defined route .at 08J miles, and rejoined it at 755 miles. It crossed the western boundary of the. hundred of Crystal Brook, and would .necessitate about one mile of the ruling grade ,to the saddle of the range, and about ^simil ar length descending on the western; side.; The actual length...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Man Shoots His Wife SAID TO BE ACCIDENTAL. POLICE ARREST THE MAN. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Man Shoots Bis Wife SAID TO BE ACCIDENTAL. POLICE ARREST THE M-AX ADELAIDE, Sunday. t At about 1 o clock on Saturday , morning the Ulcnelg police were sum Jmoned to the residence of J. Slanyer, j Scarborough . street. i\ew Glenelgj ! where- they found Eva Jane Symons, wife of Stanley Maleolm Symons, a rotary burner employedat the Brigh ton Cement WorK|, lying in bed bleed ing from a bullet Wound in the mouth. The vvoma'ii was. -emoved to the Ade laide Hospital.- ' -Mrs Symons s;;4U the shooting was. the result of an ficcklent, and that prior to gofng^ lo blid her husband was examining a revolver, which.< went off and the. bullet, which knocked . out some of hor teeth, "lodged in her head. Her husband, made a statement to the; same effect. . . -Symons was arrested 011 a charge of indicting. grievous,bodily harm. The - father of the woman said, they wrere j on tlie bfst of terms, and the. lirst he know of\ the occurrence was hearing the report of the revolver. j Symons appe...

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

A CARD. Mr A: E. BOLT, Cental " Surgeon {late ol Bristol, Ens.) has JOINED in Practice, of Dentistry, Mr. H.~ C. AF FORD, SurgeC© rentist, Ellen street, Port Pirie, _ 84q

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SATURDAY'S RACES. SNOWTOWN AND MORPHETT VALE ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

SATURDAY'S RACES. SXQ\YTOW.N iAXD MORPIIETT VALE ADELAIDE, Sunday. The Snowtown Club held its racc meeting- on Saturday with the follow ing results: HITRDLKS. Lochir]. 10.2 ;Litllo) . . .' I Tot Melba. P. 13 2: Bay Trent . ... .... .. .. .. 3 Dividend, £ 1/J 3/. XOVIGK IINDICAP. Rothiemay - { Finlay) ..: . . ... .. 1 Oolindo .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 Sliuvanette .. . . . . . . : ... .. . 3 Dividends, £ 1 / i / and.£-'i. SNOWTOWX HANDICAP. Haiiadale. 8.0 '.T. Bissetl) .... 1 AiUnn.ira King .... .... .. . 2 Ethel if. . . . . . . . . . . • . " 3 Dividend. £-5/8/. TRJiVL ?take?. St. Cyprian. 8.7 (Kin?) . . .. .. I Rothiemay. 8:5 .. . . .. .. ... .. 2 Miss Point 8.3 .... .... ;> . . . 3 Dividend. C i /13 /. -- I'LTlNfi HANDICAP. I'lnnl M 7 r> Herbert) . . . . 1 Ladv Lossie, 7.6 ..■ 2 others. Dividend. ..£ 1/H/. ; * JUMPLR5' FLAT. T-.orrt Rafofnrly, 1'.i 2 (".right) . . 1 Paddilii. 10.2 . . . . . . . 2 Tot Melba: 0.13 .. .. .... . . 3 Dividends^ £5/1-5/ and .£1/2/. - - ■ BARINGA \\ ELT E'...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORPHETT VALE RESULTS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

IWORPHETT VALE RESULTS. ADFLAIDE, Sunday. Races were held at. Morpiielt Vale Yesterday, with the following' results: MORPIIETT VALE HURDLES. Disputant .. .... . . i Barori Douro .. .. . ... v. .. 2 MAIDEN STAKES. Rulan . . .... -i .. . . . . . . 1. Tialiria .... .. .......... 2 Slim's Dream . . .. ... .... .. 3 MOHP1JETT VALE HI.VND1CAP. Arya . . :. . - ............ 1 Rolan . . .. ............ 2 Lurd Rue'nalf . .. .. -• •• -- IIAOIv RAGE. Jenny Whiffler Passingly . . . Ferry Step . . 2 3 FLYING HANDICAP. Foxhead. . . . Lord Rfienalf I.Vrya . . ... 2

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

AIOORFIELD UAKIHGAP. S\LlNE.Y. .Sunday;-. The lUuiclir.ii1 run at Moorficld on Saturday, resulted as follows:— Sandliee (Howie) .. .... 1 Lord Randolph . . ........ 2 Willow-.Green'. . . . . . .. . . . . 'i Belling: Four to one against Hie winner.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DURATION OF FIVE SECONDS. Jamestown, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

DUU ATI ON OF FIVE SECONDS. jurnestown, Saturelay. • A very heavy shock- of earthquake was felt- here at 10.16 this riiorniug. | It lasted about live seconds, and ap peared'to bo travelling, from east to west. ' ;t

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Earthquake Near Pirie MORE NOISE THAN MOVEMENT. Gladstone, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Earthquake Near Pirie MORE NOfSE THAN MOVEMENT. Gladstone. Saturday. ; A sharp earth tremor was exper ienced at Gladstone at twenty-five min utes past ten this morning, apparently; travelling from south-east to north Nvesti; v Tht-ve was mare noise than movement, although it eaitscd windows to rattle 'violeutlyv ; ;Some folks; thought it was a collision or derailment aL Hie slation. The noise' wins as though lhrce;or four trollies had crash ed into - galvariisctl iroii wall. The sun was-shining brightly, and the sky was perfectly clear tU the; time. The tem perature ; was 74.0 degrees in the shade. : ' 1

Publication Title: Recorder
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Labor Speeches MEETING AT JAMESTOWN. Jamestown, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Labor Speeches MEETING AT JAME3T0Y/N. James town, Sa lunlaj Messrs. H. R. Buxtori and Mr. J'>. O'Halloran. M's.P., were advertised lo iioltl: an .open-air meetingat the square last night, but Mr. Buxton had to go to; Gooiwa, so .Mr. .i. Verran, Jr.P. for Port Adelaide, . attended in his place.: The Mayor, Mr. li. E. Ilumphris, pre sided, and inimdueed tlte speakers. ; - Mr. O'Halloran.' expressed thanks for his election to Parliament; and said he hoped w i t h. b e 11 er ,14c g:t n i s a t i o n that three Labor members would be return ed next election. The Labor members were not I.W.W's, Sinn Feiners, or Bolshevists, as had been reported. They were members of -an organisation Aviiioli believed in getting what it" con sidered necessary reforms, through; the ballot box; and. not by force and bloodshed. Democracywas the hope the Avorld and they found many eminent, statesmen,-\viio did not con- I sider themselves Labor men, cnufi-] ciatiug the same ideas as he and his party advocate...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Ships in Port. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Shins in Port. Thy following- vessels were in port last night:— Ilwen, s.s., loading wheat at Baltic" wharf (Geo. Wills &. Co., agents). Murthara. s.s., loading wheat at oueen's wharf (Geo. Wills & Co., agents?). Gfeniochy, s.s., loading ore at the Federal wharf (Qipt. Macindoe, agent). ■War Music, s.s;. at the Railway wharf, loading ore (Eider Smith & Co., agents.). Ilc.\h.uu, s.s.. at the D.iLA.S. wharf, discharging ■ coal and coke t. Howard iiiiiilh & Co., agents). Kamura, s.s. from Western Aus tralia (-Elder, iSmith & Go., agents), wilh-liuiber from Rnnhuij, Vv .A. .• Thomas- P. Emiglt. discharging tim ber. . -v.. Expected'-Arrivals..-. Epsom, uiieei-tnin. from \ewrasUe to-day. with a cargo of e.u;d. OuoriKK s.s.. 1mm Adelaide, with a general cargo, to-day. I-'eparlures. Pcrii'd. s.>. t>>r Melbourne. Vjtes. The fi.s. War Music is expected to leave lor ISewc;istIe to-morrow- with a stiffening : cargo-, of -2000.- tons cf. concentra...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

High Tide: Tins day at and 15.37" pan. ' - .

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MILK VENDORS' MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

MILK YKNOCKS' MEETING; .Mr.,'.?". B. Martin convened a con ference >-<I' Port Pirie milk vendors lo m<'<'!. ;ii J he hml ilule on S.itimi-jy night. As tli'-ro was only.au attendance or six .of. Hio nineteen milk vendors, wiio. it is understood, follow' lit" tnulif in Po't Pirie, the meeting, took the shape of an informal chat . The reason for calling the meeting.; was to lis the retail price of milk at a higher ligurev than some dealers are at present receiving to conform, it is said, with %i increase in wholesale charges, one dairyman intended, to brin?- up for discussion a proposal for the aLclifiori of the early morning- de livery' of milk. Another meeting f" be held at a later dale will bp no tilled in the near future.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Insect Bites. If an insect stings you on the hand apply -'Chamberlain's. Pain Balm. It will prevent any swelling or painful ness. Sold everywhere.

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Public Health. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Public Health. It is of paramount, importance that Hit; public keep iu good,health at the present time, and see that their diges tive system is working- smoothly and iu order. Carelessness to observe; Na- ; lure's functions brings" its inevitable penalty at all: times; but neglect during the present crisis is a crime against oneself and the community as a whole. To the splendid section of the com munity who iodic after themselves at all limes under all conditions tin; mer its <if Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are well known and relied on as a searching", cleansing" remedy. At the present time the #reneml good health of each individual is important, and if each .'person would observe the, ordin ary rules "f~ heallh, very shortly Hie i community as a whole would be free. ■ i from the present plague-which'-fhrealy I ens it. „Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills | laken freely , with an occasional' 10 ' grain dose of Aspirin will go a long way in preventing infection of influenza ; ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE. Tin- present members of the hospital board of management are much eon cerned hi file delay 'experiencedin their re-appoinijneht^ or the selection of. a new board. In "pasi .years the eustqm lias 'been'Ha: gazette, the new committee early in January, March has been reached. and no appointiiionlt> have been made though frequent reminders by telegram and lettt^ have been "sunt to the department. ,/ > "

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POLICE COURT. Indecent Language. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

POLICE COURT. Indecent Language. At ■ the Polieo: Court on Saturday, before Mr Scotl, S.M., John DrJscoll was charged with" having made use of indecent language in Alexander street.*: lie pleaded nut guilty, and stated that lie \vas_ certain he had 'not used the language) asenbed to hini. OonsUible: Ferguson, who arrested accused, gave ~ evidence, and Driscoil was lined i.3; in default, 11 days. . ■ . Drunk. Michael >WA:uIe>% charged wilh being drunk, pleaded guilty, and \v;is fined .CI, or 72 hours. Remanded. "Hubert Clark, arrested ■•under a pro visional warrantfrom Broken Hill, was remanded for I t days.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Port Pipig Soap j &[i CaridTe Wor^s. ' -s-are-Buyers of— - . SKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FAT, ' HORSEHAIR. WOOL, &C., &C. ' - We Guarantee You IIighesf'Market Value for Them. ""We can give you Better Piiccs than any other-firm. Nev.r Store:—Mary-El lie street. ANDREW MOUNT Manager. E8'. eOL,D PLvNO AND ORGAN TL-NEH AND REPAIRER. KEITH ST., PORT PIRIE WEST (First Street South past Wonafca • Store, off Rectory Pianos Tuned Yearly, Half- Year*j. * Quarterly at Special Rates. !ii«tru rtfpnts Ro-ffi!tPxj - *n<i throughout. Sat! ft faction Guaraateed Hhargea Moderate. 'I'HUNS 175. Dp »»aii P(l6t«rd to 8?J t!)!i INTERESTING NOTICE. The PROPRIETOR of the PIIUE •DINING ROOMS begs . to notify the PUBLIJ of PORT PlRlIi that lie has OPENED a 'FIRST GLASS BOARDING HOUSE in FLORENCE STREET. 30 Clean Beds to Let; with Board- or without. For particulars inquire * PIRIE DINING ROOMS, Q86 Florence Street. LADIES' and Gents' Cast-off Wearing Apparel bought in any quantity....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

KuJSiless Reductionsin a 11 Stocks Our "WHOLE,STOCK."is", now being subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIOInS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking Stock.; . SEE OUR BARGAINS : in Stylish BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUY TO DAY whilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. Not© these Wondrous LEATHER \BAGS/ Superbly Finished, from ...... % ... 2/6 E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .. .. .... . .. 4/6 CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from .. .. .... .... .. 12/6 Stroll tliorugh and see [he profusion' of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities Importer, • Diamond Mercbanl, Manufacturing Jeweller » and Optician,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

Wanted Column. Under this heading 16 words (if prepaid), 1/; three consecutive inser tions, ?/6. No advertisement booked under 4/. HALL Game's great masterpiece. "The Christian." 8000 feet of wonderful drama. Casino, To-night. NOTICE.—Will Girls accepted for em ployment in new Bag^Factory report Monday next at S a.m., Forewoman (next wheat stacks). fsm WANTED, immediately active " Boys, "good wages. Apply Manager, new Bag .Factory (near wheat slacks). fsm WANTED, Housemaid and Waitress, at once. Piric Dinng Rooms, Ellen street. _ mtw FOR Sale, House, C> rooms, wood and iron, verandah • back and front, stable arid buggy shed. Apply C. Zwar, Western street, Solomon town. - - thfs .

Publication Title: Recorder
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The Recorder Published Daily. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919. NEGLECT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

"She ll&otba , Publtsned Oafty. MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919. NEGLECT AND i"ES_ CONSEQUENCES. * Public apathy to the things, that make -for healthy-'sur roundings lias claimed another victim in Port Pirie. A young" ■nun died on Friday from a prevent able attack of typhoid superven ing • complications. tsueh tilings us liiese..-have hveu ■ going on fot" years.-i The town seems "to liuve become ac-r customed, to them. Now aud again complaints are made. The local boaru of be'dth sometimes • drag's out the spectrx: b£ bad sanitation ioi* momen tory inspection. But the terrifying aspect of disease invariably is over whelmed by the greater terror Hwt is felt at the dilliculties of banishing the causes or preventable disease; and suffering and death is left in mdis iiirbed possessi on • of the field.. That is discreditable: to the town. So long as the people arc so lethargic as 1" leave a common enemy to do %\iiat d will, so: : long are they,, to all intents and . purposes, committing . s...

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