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INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

INDUSTRIAL TROUBLES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. j The Ministry of Labor is giving- at tention to difficulties which have arisen in connection with the 47 hours j agreement in the engineering' and ship- J building trades. It has arranged con- I ferenee-s between the employers' fede- ] rations and the trade unions Willi a; view to bringing about a settlement, j

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LABOR LEADERS PERTURBED MOVEMENT AGAINST ONE BIG UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

LABOR LEADERS PERTURBED MOVEMENT AGAINST ONE BIG - UNION. Ever since the revolutionary creed of the one big union was proclaimed many of the more thoughtful school of union officials; in all parts of Aus tralia; including Port Pirie, have been disturbed in mind. They fear that the one big union, if fully established, would be a cumbersome political ma chine crushing out of existence the unions which in the past have foster eel ami protected the rights and priv ileges of the - workers, and that the ultimate effect would be disastrous to the workers and to the community in general. It is expected (says the Age}: that the executive of tire Melbourae Trades Hall Council will shortly present a re port to the latter body on the subject "It is considered that the time has ar rived when the council should take action with the object of safeguard ing- the rights and privileges of the unions, and evolving a scheme_where by the movement for closer organisa tion may be conducted in the best int...

Publication Title: Recorder
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PORTUGUESE ARMY DIVIDED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

i PORTUGUESE ARMY DIVIDED. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. It is officially announced that only three divisions of the army at Oporto, Braga and Vizen "Support the Monar chists. The remaining seventeen di visions are faithful to the Republic.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

Oow'istheTtme >T«a'r« Inrstd by es- " perienet tbst the to to n dcel with g cokj U at lfa« yk •(art. Gcl Bonninstoc'o I r- 'd t»h XdHhrtliodant fsmlty YJ cough m<rdicia<f^pro»e$ reti- g abl3 For over totf«<tnUnr. f PORT PIRIE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. CLASSES RESUME Oil MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1919. Full particulars may be obtained from the Registrar, who will be in ! attendance at the School every morn ing: from 10-1. A. F. HESELTINE, B.E., F.S.A.S.M., ws Registrar. Miss A. FORSA1TH, •Teacher of Pianoforte, DUTIES RESUMED FEB. 10, 1919. Address: '' Y A ARIN GI REE," 18,25,1,8 The Terrace. FOR SALE OR TO LET. Well-improved FARM, Sec. No. 3, Hundred Tclowie, 639 acres; good land, all arable. Apply HENRY LAMING, 14,18,25 Port Piric. FOR SALE. 350 ACRES FREEHOLD, HUNDRED NAPPERBY. TENDERS are invited, ami will be received by the undersigned up till FEBRUARY 1, 1919, for the PUR CHASE of-SECTION 55W, Hd. Nup pevl»\ containing 350 Acres good Wheat-growing Land. I...

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SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

SHARE MARKET. Messrs Blight Bros, supply the fol lowing noonday quotations from the Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday: Broken Hill, sales 58/G. ^ British Old, b 39/3, s 39/6. •British, new, b 35/9, s 36/6. • .1 unction Coiis., sales 5/1 A. Junction North,-b 12/3, s 12/8. Norths, b 55/4 i. s 55/9. South New. b 53/3. s 53/9. Wallaroo, b. 39/6, s 40/3 Edna May, sales 10/11. Edna May Centrals, sales 15/. Edna May, Consol Paid, b 10/9, s. 10/11. "Edna May, Deeps, sales 12/1. Edna May Golclen I-oiut Paids, b. Sid, 9id. Great' Boulder, b 10/9, s 10/11 Grcculineli Paid, l> Md., s 1/01. Mararoa, sales 3/11. ZIiii- Corp (pref.), b 25/6. s- 26/. Biitterily, b Hd., s 5Ad.

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GREAT WAR LOAN. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

GREAT WAR LOAN. LONDON, Thursday^ The subscriptions to the national war bonds, the issue of which closed on January 18, exceeded sixteen hun dred million pounds.

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TURKISH GENERAL ARRESTED. CHARGED WITH MASSACRK. ATHENS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

TURKISH GENERAL ARRESTED, CHARGED WITH MASSAGRK. ATHENS, Thursday. A message from Constantinople says that Kiamil Pasha, commanding the Third Array, has been arrested. on a charge of massacring Greeks and Armenians.

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The Peace Conference MATTERS TO BE DISCUSSED (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

Ike Peace Conference MATTERS TO BE DISCUSSED (Neuter's Service.) . ; VANCOUVER,-'-Tiiursda It is announced that the Supreme War Council meets on- Friday. Field Marshal Foch. Field-Marshal Ilaig- and General Diaz will b^'present. The agenda paper for the plenary .conference to be held on Saturday was prepared to-day. The following- sub jects will be considered: First, inter national labor legislation: second, re sponsibility and punishments in con nection with the war: third, reparation; fourth, 'international regime, ports, waterways, railways and proposals, on territorial questions. . (Reuter's Service,) PARIS, Thursday. The Echo de Paris expects. that peace will be signed early in June.

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Russian Turmoil WAR COUNCIL ARRANGES A CONFERENCE. XEUTRAL MEETING PLAGE. (United Cable Service.) PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

Russian Turmoil WAR COUNCIL ARRANGES A CON FERENCE. ' . XEUTRAL MEETING - PLAGE. (United Cable Service.) PARIS, Thursday. It- is officially stated that tlxe Con ference War Council has decided to send a mission, not to Russia, but to an island in the Sea of Marmora, to which each of the Russian and Siber ian Governments, except that of Fin land, will be invited- to send three deelgates in the middle of February for investigation, conciliation and sta bilisation, provided that hostilities meanwhile cease. Renter's Service.'! LONDON, Thursday. While Allied conference's, decision regarding Russia that has been wel comed in Great Britain as raising the whole problem io a lofty plane and as a noble example of the impartiality of the conference, some uoubt is ex pressed whether the plan will not an tagonise the various anti-Bolshevik Governments in Russia: The French newspapers generally condemn the de cision as far as it applies to the Bol sheviks. Field Marshal Haig and Mr. Winsloil' Ch...

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German Elections MAJORITY SOCIALISTS HEAD. (United Cable Service.) THE HAGUE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

MAJORITY SOCIALISTS HEAO. (United Cable Service.) THE HAGUE, Thursday. The German, elections passed off . quietly in the large cities and the in dustrial centres. Eighty-five per cent, of the voters went to the poll in Ber-. lin, where the Majority Socialists se cured 142,000 votes, the Central part iies 143,000, and the People's Party J 4,000 votes. The elections through out the whole of Germany so far have resulted in the Majority Socialists polling more than two million voles, the Democrats 1,200,000, the Centralists 1,110,000, and the Independents 400,00.0. tllemet-s service.) AMSTERDAM. Thursday. A message from Berlin says the German election returns until Tuesday night were: Nationals, 33; Christian Party, 80; German People's Parly, 22"; German Democrats, 74; Majority So cialists, 160; Independents, 23. . " VANCOUVER, Thursday. The German Majority Socialists' plurity in the Assembly is 104. It is officially stated that the Su- j • preme War Council has decided to i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

Huge Saving on all Jewellery TO-DAY WE ARE SACRIFICING AT VERY SMALL PRICES OUR WHOLE RANGE OF PRETTY NECK LETS. THIS IS YOUR SUPREME OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN CHARMING JEWELLERY AT LITTLE , COST. Every Necklet Must Go Gold Kewpies GOLD NECKLETS WITH PENDANT DROP J. ^ Ji GOLD NECKLETS WITH GOLD KEWjPIE s-y V. FROM J 0/6 FROM 10/G EE THESE AND OTHERS QUICKLY. THEY'RE SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE. Importer, Diamond. Merchant, Manufacturing Jeweller aBd Optician,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

IT APPEARS FORM A STATEMENT IN THE "RECORDER" ON THURS i6th JANUARY,- THAT THE A.W.U., AT A MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 14th, AT PORT PIRIE, FINALLY DECIDED— "THAT AFTER JANUARY 27t;% 1918, NO A.W.U. MEMBER SHALL WORK WITH NON-UNkON MEN AT THE SMELTERS WORKS." THE COMPANY HAS NOT RECEIVED ANY INTIMATION OF THIS IN TENDED ACTION OTHER THAN THE ABOVE PUBLIC REPORT. THE CLAIM FOR PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS WAS CONSIDERED BY THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION C3URT IN IW.AKING THE CURRENT AWARD, AND WAS REFUSED. THE AWARD EXPIRES IN JUNE NEXT. IN OCTOBER LAST THE COMPANY OFFERED MEMBERS OF THE A.W.U. ,4ND ALL OTHER EMPLOYEES AN INCREASE OF 9d. PER DAY ABOVE THE AWARD RATE, AND DISCUSSED THE M.ATTER IN CONFER ENCE WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF THE A.W.U. ON OCTOBER 22nd AND 23rd. AT THAT CONFERENCE THE UNION REPRESENTATIVES ASKED FOR P-REFERENCE TO UNIONISTS, WHICH WAS NOT CONCED ED. AN .AGREEMENT WAS, HOWEVER, MADE, AS SET OUT IN THE FOLLOWING CORRESPONDENCE: 0 BROKEN HILL ASSOCIATED SMELTERS PTY. LTD...

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CATHOLIC PARTY IN ITALY. (Published in The Times). ROME, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

CATHOLIC PARTY IW ITALY. (Published in The Times), ROME. Thursday. Breaking' their old tradition, tho Catholics are organising- politically. They have formed what is called an Italian Popular Party. This party, it is claimed, is not controlled by the Vatican. An advanced platform has been drawn up. The movement is re garded as important, tal:en in eon junction with rumored attempts to find a new formula to govern the re lations between the Vatican and the Jjuirinal.

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LISTS' OF RETURNING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

LISTS' OK RfiTl RNL\G SOLDIERS. • Several' iisfs of Australian soldiers, who ;i!'c 011 transports approaching" Australia, are insbiislu-il 011 Hie front • jj;rge of this issue.

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AUSTRALIAN PRISONERS. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

(AUSTRALIAN PRISONERS. (United Cable Service.) - LONDON, Thursday. The return of all the L-Yustraliaii j prisoners from Germany, witli the ex- j eeption of 71, has greatly lightened the work of. the Australian Heel Cross. , When the last invalid ship leaves it j will be possible to continue with a! diminished staff. Many of the honor- } ary workers are preparing to return; home. j

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QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

QUOITS. Tiie match between Ike . B.H.A.5. : team and Solomontown team was play ed on Wednesday afternoon. It re sulted in a win for Solomontown by . six points. The following" are - the seoi'es: B.H.A.S.—J. Farquaher, 11; Taylor. 21: K, Elliott, '21: W. iSprague, 6; F. Syms, 13; J. Ferryman, 20; W. Southeombe, 21: R. Seyfang, 21; F. Pamraenter, 8. Solomontown— G. White, 2i: F. Abbott, 11; A. Cou ncil, 15 F. JenUins, 21; E. P. Me .Xaiiy, 2 J; O. Sanders, 21; J. Brown, 1 ;>: A. Wauchoye, 2; A. IL Wilson, 21. -Pirie Quoit Club. ' The annual nice tins of the Port Piric Quoit Club was held in the •A.W.A. Hall on January 18. The fol lowing oliieers were elceted for the year: Patron, The Mayor (Mr A. B. l'orsan) ; president, Mr U. White; vice-president;?, Messrs F, G. Tonkin and J. Brown; captain, Mr J. Farqu har; vice-caplain, Mr W. bp rag lie: committee, Messrs L\ P. McNally, W. Brusnahan, F. E. Pammenter, A. W. Bottrill and J. Brown; secretary and treasurer, Mr A. II. Wilson.

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Sporting PIRIE POLO CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

p*&: *' PIRIE POLO CLUB. A weli-attended meeting of the Port Piric Polo Club was field at the Barlrer Hotel oil Tuesday evening to .re-establish the polo team and elcel officials for the present season. ' j The chairman (Mr II. E. .Le Lievre) explained to those not already Inilla—'! led, the rudiments of the game. • J Mr E. II. Ryan spoke as to the pos- • sibilitiesof the game, here in the north, ' where dashing- horsemen were plenti- i fill, ,and a good class of ponies pro curable. - I It was resolved, on the. .motion of Mr G.C. Go ode, that the rules of the 1 Adelaide Polo Club- be followed as j closely as possible, consistent with! local conditions. The affiliation of the club with the Adelaide Polo Club was also agreed to. The colors, adopted were. red ;iml white." ' - The officials elected were as follow: Mi' H. E. Le Lievre, secretary and I treasurer; Mr E. H. Ryan, captain; Mr j G. G. Goode, vice-captain; Mr W. C. j •Slater; measuring steward^ Mr W. S. Dyer, minute se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

- SORE MUSCLES. For soreness of the muscles wbelh- ; er induced by violent exercise or in jury, Chamberlain's Pain Balm is ex cellent. This liniment is also highly esteemed for the relief it affords in cases o 1 rheumatism. Sold every ' ■where."

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

CRICKET. A match was played 011 the Recrea tion' Grounds on Wednesday last be tween teams representing Goode Bros, .uid Symonds Bros. Good Bros, won the toss and decided to but lirst. The toll owing arc tlie scores: Goode Bros. (HaiJkUty, c Hayes, b Martin . . 2 S.-Collins. b Martin .. ..... .. y P. Luscombc, b White 0 S. Hobby, run out .. .... .... 0 W. Phillips, not out- ........ *J V. Ryan, b White 0 J. Richards, c Martin, b White .. 0 A. North, b White .. . - 0 S. Millinck. c llayes, b Wauchope 0 J>. Jones, e Hayes, b. .Martin .... 1 IV Watts, e and b Xiartin : . T. . . " 0 Sundries . . .... . . .. .. 3 ; ' Total . .! . . 24 Symonds Bros. -—• MeKIinnon, c Luscombc, b Haliiday . .... .2 W. Daley, b Luscombe s F. J. Martin. b Ryan 20 G. White, not out- .. . -11 II. Symonds, b Ryan . . .... .. 0 D. Sayner. b Ryan 7 J. Loizeau. h Haliiday .. .. .. IS. A. Wauchope. o and b Phillips ... 0 F. Hayes, h Ryan .» t> P. Haves, not out .......... 3 Sundries ............ 16 Total. for 8...

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IN THE PUBLIC EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 January 1919

IN THE PUBLIC EYE. Cr. H. M. Pimiott, who was opera ted on last Monday nig-ht a I. the hos pital for appendicitis, is progressing favorably. Mr James Francis, aged S i years, of. Ellendale, who was the victim of a vehicular accident- on January 11, is making- excellent progress towards re covery. He is still in the hospital, but is now able to move about the ward. Mr Francis, while crossing David street, was knocked down by a pair of horses which were frightened by a passing elephant, and bolted. A rib was fractured. Mr. and Mrs. C. Powlson, of Agnes street. Ellendale. have been notified by the military authorities that their youngest son. Pie E. R. Powlsou, is returning io Australia as an invalid by i!se transport Takada. which is ex pecied to arrive February 10.

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