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DERIVATION OF ANZAC. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

DEIS!VATIUN OF AXZAf". "G. Wat" ;sK.s in Iclli't': "Will you land Lv. oblige hy giving Ihe oxuct de rival ion of !h<; word An-zae Anzac is derived from lh<; inilial let ters "of/Australian '• (:aiHl.)--.-Nc\v Zealand Aririy Corps. Tim Australian, and New Zealand -forces 'that landed on Galli ' poli Peninsula were organised as a dis tinct "anny corps; ^

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

REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS, v I ADELi.UDE, Sunday. , Although it is obviously too early 1 yet to talk of lifting ; the quarantine embargo, the Premier,vMr ^ A. H; | Peake, was .as^c«i.;;-'xies'te^aKWwhai';' steps^Ayere^neccssaryin" that Direc tion.;' lie replied that aGtibn \YOuId be; taken He replied that action would be taken by the Government only on the, advice and recommendation of the Advisory Board. -'*v>: !; Referring to the overcarmge of goods by steamers from steep sea port?, Mr Peake said he saw. no reason why' South Australia should have to submit to that inconvenience. ! : MELBOURNE, Sunday Conditions in Melbourne':-; have im ■ proved. .Many of the restrictions1 ! which were imposed, such as closing -hotel bars and wine saloons, are-to be rferiioved; Precautions have also been abandoned in Sydney.

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SOLDIERS' HOME APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

SOLDIERS' rtOftTE APPEAL. Miss Gladys Jones, hon". organiser in Port Pirie for the Soldiers' Home League, is arranging' for the :town to participate in the appeal for funds, which is to be made at the end of this , week for the carrying-on of the home 1 at '-Myrtle Bank, " Fullarton.^ Permis sion has- been received from the acting genetal manager of the Smelters Coy.' for Hie collection of donations next Friday iu:;i<Ie the works' gates. The general public of Port Pine will be given an oppbrtunity-to contribute. ;;, j Mit~ Janes would l>c glad if the usual collectors would leave their names at the Ii.S.A. office before Thursday. Such of the cable news on this page as is so headed appeared in The Times, and is cabled to "The Recorder'' by special permission, li should be under stood that the opinions given are not those of The Times unless expressly stated to be so.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

CASINO To-Night To-Night . Charlie ■ Chaplin IN fHOViDU Aftfc4*' C * aauE CftPToaev The ftftUER , mi"PEn8««16 ^ «*«0 TH{, CftOWM PRWtf , Chaplfft'e TO-NIGHT. TO-N1GS/. fRlTZ. CHOPi SQ«& flRE. W.OOO. e^T th« wee is cnnrun c«v*\otff«.nfcft0 CASINO—TO-NIGHT, - Licensed L^d Erotoj s, Financiers^ and Property Agents. Hava HOMES FOB SALE ia Good Los&Jities on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. 780 B*f Allotmesls near Fmeiters, and stoie Several townships to Select From. From J5f Deposit W©: .Caiv ;-S;u p - the-Land; ■, ;v Biillci ¥©y ;th And Lend You the Money All Boatameists asder Real Property Act prepared fey our £xper| Cod \ vejanetrs. C'OSi ULTA'TlON AM> Ai> VICE. KHEE.' . OFS^IOSj ALSXABDSEt SYRS1?. Don! Sltgiec! Bur ■ Because, Cjnoieiims ire $0 emtiim Come and See How Economy VW? HAVE JUST LANDED 600 StATTmG SQUARES. A LOV£ fcV RfiRCE OF PATTERNS A«D StZES TO WATCH AN V ROOM. « o ALEXANDER STREET, F. V. W'lEOEMAN, proprietor. HOUSE, LUND. INSURANCE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

THANKS. Ml' and Mrs HICKS and FAMILY wish to sincerely TIDANK all kind friends for letters, telegrams and floral tributes and personal - expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of their dear son and brother, Frank. YOUR BATTERY NEEDS ATTENTION. Batteries, like engines, need atfen tian. Constant use often causes some little defect which wiii grow into a serious fault if not attended to early. Let us overhaul your Battery. Our experience, knowledge and skill is ready to roake your Battery 100 per eeat. correct. : ' . New Willard Batteries are taken care of by us for SO days, providing we do the initial charging. Write now for Vv'illard Battery Ser vice, or call at nearest Willard Seryic.e Station or Garage, Have your Battery seen to to-day. v SMITH & DOVE LTD., Willapd Service Station. • • 125-7 PIRIE STREET, ADELAIDE.

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HERO OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

I HLflO OF; THE WAR. r LI5IIMAX.—In loving memory of Harry, killed in France, March' J, 1917. Ill many Australian homes to-day 'There's a vacant chair, there's a hoy away, There's a falling (car. a hungry yearn For the soldier hoy who will never refiiw. —Inserted by his. brother-in-law and sislep-in-iaw, P. and A. Madigan, and* brothers-in-law, L.and tV. G. Simp son !.A.I.P.). LISHMAN.—In loving: memory of Harry, killed at Warnecourl, March 1, 1917. Australia called to her children, Called them in honor's name; •lie gave his life for an answer," That's how he played the game. —Inserted by his-loving father and mother-in-law, A. and M. Fisinviclc. J

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GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

GLADSTONE. The Bishop of Willochra will during   the Lenten Season, March 5 to April 10. deliver lectures at St. Albans, every Thursday afternoon and evening .

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 March 1919

FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of Mr. J. Shinnick are respectfully informed that the remains of his late wife, Catherine, will leave his residence, Pirie street, Solomontown, at 4.p.m. THIS DAY for interment   in the Port Pirie Cemetery.   W. H. NOAL,   Undertaker. IN MEMORIAM. NICHOLLS. —In loving memory of our dear wife, and mother, Emma Nicholls, who was called home on March 3, 1918. "Until the Easter dawns." —Inserted hy her loving husband and children.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

—The— ADELAIDE STEAMS III P Co. Ltd, will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under: (Circumstances Permifling). For Port Pirie via Pt. Liucoln. S.S. QUORNA* Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE and Lincoln. ( S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. COAL MERCHANTS^ 0FFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

POISONED K,4ND HEALED. Zam-Buk is the Worker's Best Friend. Mrs Annie Bill, of Ivy Cottage, Cai' ringlon Avenue, llurstville, Sydney, writes: "Two years ago my husband, who is a plumber, cut his hand badly. Complieations followed through white lead getting into the wound. Blood poison developed, ancl the hand be came swollen and inflamed. Then the 'inflammation spread up. the arm and linally a large lump or tumor formed under {he armpit. The pain was so in tense that he could not sleep at night, jlle was totally ■'•incapacitated for three weeks, and it was only after, the doc tor was abJe to .lance the place that he got tin: slightest ease: Still the soreness andinflammation continued, despite medical -dressings., '.and things, began to look dismal; when my hus band decided to Iry Zam-Buk. "The first dressings with Zatn-Buk gave him wi'ivierfwl relief, and under ibis ..treatment: the wound improved rapidly, until H'^was perfectly healed, and my husband returned to work again. He alw...

Publication Title: Recorder
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WHEAT SCANDALS More Sensational Evidence OFFICIALS AND, THE MINISTER. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

WHEAT SCANDALS More Sensational Evidence OFFICIALS AND:THE MINISTER. ADELAIDE, Monday. Further sensational evidence regard ing the relationship., between Sir Richard Butler on the one side and Mr Nicholls and Mr. Vardon, officials of the wheat scheme, was given to-day. before Mr Deputy Commissioner Webb. .Mr. McLachlan asked Mr. W. C. Coltman, tlie country manager for Messrs Dreyfus and COV: Do you know anything about the relationship exist ing between the Minister; Sir Richard Butler, and the officers of the scheme? Mr. Coltman: I heard some, conver sation sometimes over the phone. Did Mi\ Vardori ever indicate to you his views regarding the Minis ter?—Well, he did, but I do nol like to speak of these matters unless you force inr to do so. ... I have no alternative. This thing has got to be gone into right to the bottom, and I have consulted his Hon or on the matter, and 1 must aslc yuu. —This is a delicate subject. I w-as fre quently in with Mr. Vardon, of course, and sometimes. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Wanted Column. Under this heading 16 words (if prepaid), 1/; three ••consecutive inser tions, 2/6. No advertisement hooked under 4/. HAU, Caine's great masterpiece, "The Christian." 8000 feet of wonderful ■ drama. - Casino; To-night. .... NOTICE—Will Girls accepted for cm- \ plovment in now Bag Factory report j "Monda\ next at 8 am, Forewoman i (next wlieat stacks).; ■ fam j WANTED, immediately aclne I3oys, good wages: Apply .Manager, new Bag Factory (near wheat stacks). fSUl W\NTED Housemaid and Waitress, at once. . Pirie Diuug Rooms, Ellen street. ■ '-' "•■ • mlvv ?OUND, Boy's Tussore Silk Suit. Iu quire Ber-ordcr ottiee. TRESSMAKING Wanted of. any kind. Apply by letter tb Miss ;E. Brine, Solomonlown Post. Office. - FRESH. Milk delivered daily,■.fortnight ly pays; i-pihts. '-2d.; pints, -JdL; gais. M.; gals.. 1/G, unlit further inotice. R. Nance. lwtil FOK Sale. 3 high arid'dry-Blocks. Land situated Pirie-Town. Apply by let ter to "Land," this office. twill WANTED. 2 Good Boys, Gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Mrs W. G Godfrey Beoeft SUPPER AND DANCE (Long Night). FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 7, at ST.. MARK'S ilALL. ■A/fi t Double Tickets), 2/0' (Gents), 1/6 (Ladies), HELP A GOOD CAUSE. • - A. J. PERRY, v twthf •- . Hon. Sec. "

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Aviation in Australia AIR TRAFFIC COMMITTEE APPOINTED. CONTROL OF FLYING ROUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Aviation inAustralia AIR TRAFFIC COMMITTEE APPOINTED. CONTROL OF FLYING ROUTE In view of Uic developments that are certain to take place almost immediate ly :in commercial aviation, the -Federal Government has -now appointed an Air Tra Hi c- Committee. For the pre sent ih is; will consist Ol representatives, of the Customs;. Attorney Gone rat's and Home'unci Territories deportments, and officers of the naval "■. and military forces.-JThe- imriiediate duly of this committee will be to prepare a scheme for presentation- to the Government, generally outlining the precautions considered necessary and the regula tions needed for the proper control of air traffic in Australia. " ^ As soon as aviation becomes a com mon means of travel it will be necess ary to enforce general rules regarding air navigation, the admission of air craft from overseas, the policing of the skies and protection of fortifications, while safeguards against smuggling by aircraft will also have to be set up. For inst...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE PUBLIC EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

SIM THE PUBLIC EYE. At last, night's inedins' of the Town Council, on the motion of Grs. Hop kins and Pavlich, it was decided to send letters of condolence to Mr. .T. Shiniitck and family; and Mrs. T. Murphy, Ellendale, on account of rc eent bereavemenls. Next Friday Miss Parkes, pianist at tire Coo-ee Pictures, leaves Port Pirie During the past few years Miss Parkes' talented performances on tlie piano have made her known to practically everyone in Port Pirie. Miss.Partes is not only leaving Pirie, hut also Aus tralia, as slie is going to America, where her fiancee awaits her. On Thursday evening next the management is tendering this popular young lady a farewell benefit, and it is hoped that her many well-wishers will take the opoprtunity of showing their admira tion by providing a bumper house.

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COURT-MARTIALLING A GENERAL. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

COURT-R/IARTiALLING A GENERAL. (Published in The Times.) LOjS'DOA', Sunday. "The Times"''corespondent.' in -Paris slates that General Founder, Governor of Muiibeugo,- who was taken prisoner when the garrison surrendered, will be court-marLialled shortly in. accordance wilii custom.

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AUSTRALIANS IN BRITISH TRADES. (United Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

AUSTRALIANS IN BRITISH TRADES. (United Service.) LONDON, Sunday. Colonel Somerville has taken over the placing" of Australians in British in dustries in place of Mr Burehell, M.P., who is going hone by the Euripides. Mr Burehell stales that of .the flfly unions consulted only the builders' objected to the scheme on the ground that the shortage of raw materials is restrict?;^ the employment of the 1200 men. already placed. There is an immediate prospect of the employment of a thousand additional men in the shipyards and motor works.' The men are not- permitted to accept rates un der two guineas. They will draw* mili tary pay without - sustenance. The Admiralty proposes to absorb a num ber of men.

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GERMAN COLONIES. (United Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

GERMAN COLONIES. (United Service.) - LONDON, Sunday. The National Assembly at- Weimar has curried a resolution ■ protesting against the Peace Conference propos als regarding the disposal of the Ger man colonies on the ground that they are incompatible with President Wil son's lil'th point, imd demanding the return of the colonies. The Indepen dents alone did not participate in the protest.

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Stirring up China RUSSIANS FOMENT A REVOLUTION. (Reuters Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

RUSSIANS FOMENT A REVOLU TiOfli. (Reuters Service.}, : . LONDON, Sunday. V At a conference helcl in Petrograd at the end of December the represen tatives of the AH Chinese Workmen's organisation in Russia formed a com bined association of sixty thousand members with the, object of conduct ing a revolutionary propaganda. The association has issued an appeal-to the Chinese people to fight the government" of Northern Giii-lu, and establish So viets in China. .

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PEACE PROBLEMS. GREATEST IN HISTORY. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

PEACE PROBLEMS. - — u GREATEST IN HISTORY. (Published- in The Times.) LOiNDON, Sunday. "The Tillies" correspondent ill'Paris says the conference now is really grappling with some flrmness.Hvith pro blems the magnitude of which hither to is unknown in the world's history. Whether .Mr Balfour is right In antici pating a complete settlement in seven; weeKs depends largely upon the main tenance of .stability in Germany, but even a prolonged outburst of "anarcny would not alter the Allies' terms, though it might convert a; more or less agreed peace into an enforced peace. - The. Polish Commission has accep ted the Anglo-French proposal. The frontier of the new Slate -will ..follow the old line of 1772, taking in 'only a small portion of Upper Silesia, where the Poles dominate. The Danzig question is not yet touched.. The commission, dealing.: with the Belgian and Danish- frontiers recom mends: taking plebiscites in the Nor thern and Central Sohleswig. and the remove- uL Pcus^an offlC(]£g...

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