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POLICE COURT. YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
POLICE COURT. &lt; YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. , Yesterday being a holiday, the iPol ! ice Court; proceedings were held io! the Sergeant's oflice at tie, iPalice station Mr. G. E. Creswell, J.P., presided. Senior Constable McCarthy prose cuted' on'behalt of the police. Two first offenders were lined for drunkenness. Herman Getty,, alias lauiier,. was charged with having insufficient law ful means of support, and, having been previously . convicted as an ? idle and disorderly person, with being a rogue and a vagabond. The accused pleaded not guilty, and asked for an adjournment in ol'der to obtain legal assistance.) A remand until 'January 29 was granted. William Howard, who was arrested' by Constable Fergusson, denied a charge of having insufficient lawful means of support and with beintr an idle and disorderly person. The Bench convicted, and Howard was sentenced to six weeks'*'imprisonment with, hard labour. William Page, who had a previous conviction recorded against him, wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
A BBMABKABLE iMD, SENSATIONAL iPEOBLEM PLAY, 5,000 Ft. Of POWERFUL DRAMA, 5,000 Ft. . SERIES- No. 8 - ''THE SWITCH IN THE SAFE." A THRILLING 2,500 FRET EPISOBEr 2,500 FEET. J ' - V»j THE LADY DETECTIVE. A Laug-habie i,OOQ-ft. Cub Comedy. Series No. 8-"THE SWITCH IN THE SAFE." A Thrilling 2,500-ft. Episode. THE U.S.A. WAR TOPICAL. ? America's Magnificent Pictorial. THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. Oigytioes-X Notice Quality, Satisfaction; A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at . BENSON'S Pharnpiady, ELLEN STREET. We give Glasses only when necessary. Manager, C.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician And e m ' © Piano,. . Organ, M y s I c Wareh o u s© ALEX ANDEtt-STR EET, PORT P1BIE. Importer of High-Grade Pianoa and Organs, Gramophones, -Records,,.and Musical Instruments. , All the Latest and Most TJp-to-date Music and Musical Ii-strumente in Stock. - Agent for the Australian-made BEALE FiAIMOES . CASH...
AUSTRIA'S PLIGHT. CONDITIONS IN DUAL MONARCHY. HUNGRY AND DISORGANISED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
AUSTRIA'S PLIGHT. CONDITIONS IN DUAL '.MONARCHY.; HUNGRY AND DISORGANISED. j Miss Sylvia Naftel has recently re- j turned to her homo at Wallasey,.] Cheshire, after five years in Austria.! She believes that Germany name to the, aid of Austria against Italy only in order to prevent Austria seeking a separate peace, so bad is She internal and economic situation in the Dual Monarchy. After having: lived for the past five years in Austria (writes Sylvia- Naftel in the Sunday Chronicle) I am thankful .once more to he home again in dear, /green,, rainy, foggy, busy, earnest, and 'prosperous-looking' England. For the two years preceding and the three momentous war years I have I lived in n. nobleman's family, mostly in : Vienna, but sometimes on his country estate, and have had possibly unique opportunities of seeing from the inside the daily life of the Austrian people, and observing- the gradual changes from the loud .jubilations of the early days to the steady downfall of the i Empire w...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
FUNERAL INTIMATION. Tlie FRIENDS of the late Mr. EDWARD MANSFIELD, of Marriot street, Solomontown, are respectfully ?informed that'his REMAINS will Leave the Port Pirie Hospital THIS DAY (Tuesday), at. 4.30 p.m., for Interment in "tile Port Pirie Cemetery. Yv\ H. NOAL, Undertaker. DEATH. .MANSFIELD-On the 27th January, at the Port Pirie Hospital, Edward Mansfield, aged G3 years. IN MEMORIAL. PARKER.-In loving memory of our dear father who passed away Janiuuy 29th, 1917. Though lost to sight Still to memory, very dear, i ^-Inserted fey his loving wife and family.
New Rwssian Navy PETROGRAD FACED WITH STARVATSON. CIVIE WAR SPREADING. (Reuter's Service). PETROGRAD, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
New Rwssiai Navy o PETROGRAD FACED WITH v STARVATSON. CIVKi WAR SPREADING. (Reuter's Service). PETROGRAD, Sunday. A deSN» lias been issued providing tiat tk« personnel of the navy stall consist of citizens, all having the t&me right. Every sailor, will be en titled to belong to any political par ty and to profess openly has views. The entifio commanding -personnel will ba elected by universal suffrage. Owing to the Peasants refusing to sell grain, for depreciated paper, roub les and the closing of the Ukrainian aad 0 th.ar granaries and the disor ; gajnasation of the transport services, Idhe inhabitants of Petrograd will ishortly be faced with starvation. Civil war is spreading to Finland, where the! fii'assian so!/diers and i sail ors aire apparently &lt; co-operating- with $he Finish lied Guards.*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
Cicirtiing and! Beset Palace. THE SHOPPING CENTRE FOR ALL WEN'S WEAR. Our Selection of Men's Suits for Quality, Variety, Cut and Finish, r! Tailor-Made, cannot be beaten is the Commonwealth. Many lines still at Old Pri.cfi. We are continually ope nine up New Season's Goods in Men's Hats, 'Shirts, Ties, &c. \ Our Stock is Exceptionally Well Assorted in all Lines. These were bought many months ago to arrive, and are at the present time much bft low the market value. ?' W. F. WELLS & CO. ALEXAJSTDEB-STREET, PORT PIRIE. 'PnoBe 204. W. L. PALMER& Co § o - Watchmakers, Jewellers, And Opticians ABC W0BK GUARANTEED. ALEXANDER-STREET. ALSO AT JAMESTOWN. SOMEHOW SOiVaE O^E MAY MAKE A MO EE BEAUTIFUL SEES OF TEETH ETHAN E. A. DUNGEY,. BUT UP TO THE PRESENT - NO ONE NO WHERE WO HOW CAN HAKE A MORE NATURAL,. SUPEBIGB, AND BEAUTIFUL SET OF TEETH THAN THOSE SUPPLIED AT - - SUBGEBIES, ELLEN-ST., 'Phoaa 184. And Vietoris Square, Adelaide. S. C. COTTLE, GALVANISED IRON WORKER,...
THE North Price Recorder Published Daily. TUESDAY, JANUARY 29. Local and General OVERCROWDING AT HUNDRED OF PIRIE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
THE Strre Published Daily. TUESDAY, JANUARY 29. Local and General OVERCROWDING AT HUNDRED OF PIRIE SCHOOL. A short time ago Mr. W. J. ffi. Cole, M.B., received a letter from Mr. P Hayes, the Secretary of the Hundred of Pirie School Committee, . pointing out that there are 49 scholars at the. scnool. which has accommodation for only 30. On Saturday night Mr. Cole had an interview with Mr. Zwar, and aaother meniber of the, cuSHjatittee,wlie placed before him some fresh informa tion in connection with the rnatter. He ascertained tlvat the "overflow'' chil dren, who had been instructed in what was a shelter shod, have been moved into a horse shed, the roof and sides of which are of straw. This building is extremely hot, and is very unsuit-_ abc for the purpose for which it .is being- used Mr. Cole has promised'to make fresh enquiries into the affair when he returns to the tfity.
The Russian Turmoil UKRAINE'S INDEPENDENCE. MAXIMALIST SUCCESSES. (Reuter's Service.) PETROGRAD, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
UKRAINE'S INDEPENDENCE. .MAXiIMALIST SUCCESSES. (Reuter's Service.) PETROGRAD, Sunday T!»» Ukrainian Eada, by . 308 to 1 votes, has proelaimed the complete independence of the Ukrainian "Rep . ubli«, and declares that it wishes ?. friendship with Kiiinania, Turkey and other neighboring- Powers, that it will support no war, and that it desir es the'Ukrainian people's peace z-s soon as possible. . . The Maximalists claim successes at ?prions places in South Russia, not :ably at Sebastopol, where it is re ported that naval forces who sided ?with .the Soviets and llanti were dis persed. Owing to the Maximalists arresting the leaders of the Polish military organisations the Polish leg ionaries have occupied several-railway . stations, in Moghlieffi and disarmed JioBsiasi garrisons.
ADDITIONS TO SOLOMONTOWN SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
ADDITIONS TO SC-LOMOTvTOWN SCHOOL. Mr. W. J. «. Colfe, M.P., slated last night that on Thursday he saw the Premier (Hon. A. H. Peake), who is Acting' as Minister o§ Education, in re ference to additions to the schools at Port Pirie, in order to relieve the over-' | crowding. As is known, tenders iaave already been called in reference to tke school at the West, and Mr. Cole directed his enquiries to the matter of the promised improvements to the Solomontown building. Mr. Peake agreed i© givo the matter attention, and on Friday Mr. Cole received a letter from Mr. M. M. Mauarlmn, (Secretary to the Minister of Educa tion), stating that tenders for the erec tion of an infants' schooi at Solomon town will be advertised in about three weeks' time. "
GERMAN MOVEMENT AGAINST OFFENSIVE. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
GERMAN MOVEMENT AGAINST OFFENSIVE. LONDON, Sunday: The popular movement against the offtfisive grows in O'erniany. Iilany meetings, incluclirr- one to be addres sed by ' Scheidemann at Leipsig, havc been temporarily suspended. Scheidemann iii the KeUchstag pas sionately "v>r e:;lcd against "'The com ing .offensive-"' The Kiacr o£ Saxony telegraphed'to .the pnn-&lt; ierman organisation saying, '.'Germany, demands a victorious mili tary paaea."
PROFITABLE WHARF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
PROFITABLE vVHAHP WORK. Some of the wharf iabourers en gaged on the Japanese ore tfoat now in port have, found their work very profitable during the last, few days. The ore which is being: handled is classed by the men as . "dusty," and, according- to a union rule, they have to bo paid double rates for dealing with it. This means that they have been receiving 28/ per day and 5/3 an hour overtime. Since last Tuesday the boat has been worked at night on two, occa sions. On Saturday some of the men received as much as £8 18/ for their work since Tuesday.
ADRIFT IN THE RIVER. (To the Editor of The Recorder.) [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
ADRIFT I EM THE RIVER. } (To the Editor ot The Recorder.) Sir,-I ast your indulgence to pub licly thank the two gentlemen, Messrs J. P. Sellars and W. Ilandolf, who were instrumental in saving my two boys, .James and Michael Madigan, from what appeared to be certain death oE the Solomontown Beacb cm Sunday evening (vide Recorder, Jan 2S). I have not the pleasure of their acquaintance, hence this" mode of showing my gratitude. It was Very fortunate for all concerned that two such proficient swimmers were OH hand, seeing that the leaking boat had drilted oue and a half miles. If Mr. Sellars is the gentleman who is ?organising a meeting to be held at the Barrier Hotel oil February S, with, the object of forming a life-sav ing and swimming club,. I heartily wish him success, and I am sure no 'better illustration of the utility and value of such an institution could have been found than the rescue of my two boys. So, Messrs Sellars and Randolf, again I sincerely thank you, and you, also ...
Boxing ALLEN WILLIAMS DEFEATS JOE FALCO. A RATTLING 20-ROUND CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
Boxing ALLEN WILLIAMS DEFEATS JOE FALCO. A RATTLING 20-RQUND CONTEST. There was a good attendance at the Coo-ee Pavilion yesterday morning, to witness, tire boxing:match, between Allen Williams, of , Port Pirie. and Joe Fa!co, of Melbourne, for the best of 20 rounds. The/contest lasted the full distance, and the decision went t'.o | Williams. It is a good many years J since Allen has appeared in trie ring in public, but- that iie lias not iost aiiy j of hiS' old popularity was demons Ira- ' ted by the rounds of applause which he was greeted. i It was a tip-top go. the general ; opinion afterwards being th.it it wag"' one of 111o best contests that have; been witnessed-in Port Pirie for man*" j a day. Jack Law, who is no stranger to the ring, was .the referee, and his decision waS generally popular. Though he is not a hard hitter, Allen showed unmistakably that he retains his old-time Cleverness. The weights were announced as S> st. 10 lb. each, and both men showed throughout the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
M Biiek School Mciaiii!" i -ft, 'W &lt;S»'^ .The Little, Osses are Waitirsg forisSew ,Beois. GET THEM .AT >. ^ $ - &?: .« % "P^'Q k - ;w; Higfi'-'Me'cks. ^!rf,:at;Lew /Prices.; Cligspesl is Pirie for AH Oassesof Footwgar. See mr Wir&cfo ws Here's something Special for this week only. A REAL FABRSC ORNVAS BOOT, 227"6 . for 16/9. TJilS s VEEK ONLY. 3 .1 &lt;ft I I 0> THE LIVELY BOOTRflflN, ALE X AN DEB R STREET. 'Phone ,101. for Dainty Voiles Di ess. Lengths. Very Kretsy' Patterns, 5s lidjmd 6 s lid' the dress length. We ST BROS THE POPULAR HOUSE. ;(&lt; E !M: g Sr 3 aV 3 1 l¥Sy Dentai Surgeries will be CLOSED during CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS from Evening of December 24 until Evening of January 3, 1918. .Practice Resumed on Thursday, January 4, when wilt be made available to my Patients my New Surgeries and Apartments with finished Appointments and Complete JDenta! Accessories. C. Afford, OuaiEfle'ti Siarge©n Dentist *Phone 228. WiWf . 1% S Sfrk ...
Self Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
Self Poisoning. Thai's just what it is-ttio poisomus of the system by itself. Few people realize he seriousness of constipation, which doctors now say is the direct or indirect cause of a large majority of the ailments from which mankind suffers. Laxatives and physics won't keep you free from constipation .They whip and spur the bowels into action and frequently make constipation chronic. The use of NUJOL. an inter nal lubricant, js a far more sensihleg remedy. NUJOL. is manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (New Jer sey), U.S.A. It is a lubricant, not a medicine, or a drug, and is not ab sorbed by the system. It does not gripe or interfere with digestion. Plea sant to take. For sale by all Chemists and Stores. v
YESTERDAY'S RACES. THE A.R.C. MEETINGG. ADELAIDE, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 29 January 1918
YESTERDAY'S R/10ES. THE .A.R.C. MEETLNGG. .ADELAIDE, Monday . The A.R.C. Meeting- was held at Vic toria Park to-dav, with the following results: -- tiNLEY WELTER. One niile. AZOIC. 8 st. 13 lb. (Bracegirdle) 1 Alacrity, 8.12 (Campbell) . : .... 2 Nomion, 8.11 (Jenkins) . . . . .. 3 Fourteen others started. Wou by j half a head, witji.a neck separating'! second and third. Time, 1.43A. ' i Dividends-£0 13/ and £1. j MALBERN HURDLES. .About two miles. i THIRD DEGREE, 9.11 (McGowan) 1 j Trenton's Mope, 10.4 (Cummings) 2 i Nether ton. 9.12 (McCornush.) . . 3 . There were 12 other starters. Won by five lengths, with two lengths be-, tweri second and third. Time, 3.104. ] Dividends-£2 and £1 10/. / TURRETFIELD STAKES. ; For two-vear-olds. Five furlongs. STAGEGIRL, 0.3 (VealeJ 1 Maori Pah, 8.1 (Campbell) .... 2 King Bardoiph, 7.12 (W. Bissclt) 3 Twelve others started. Won by a long head, with four lengths between second and third. Time, 1.3. Dividends-£2 15/ and 10/. FOUNDATION HANDICAP. On...