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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
WANTED. MAN for DELIVERY. Also, YOUTH fop SHOP. GROCERY DEPARTMENT. PREST BROS. Wanted Column. Under Li ii,s lies ding' 10 words (if prepaid), 1/: three consecutive inser tions. 2/0. No advertisement booked under 4/. WIVNTKD, a Good General, good wages. Apply W. Cocks, Barrier Dining Rooms. twth FOR Salt'. Ice Cream Business and all Accessories, cheap. G. Kiroff. First street, Island, Port Pirie. Ihfs WANTED. Boy for bakehouse. Apply Snell Cafe. PIANO l'or Sale. Apply "Private," this office, wthf FOR Sale, 2 good Businesses, centre Murray street, Gawler; one fish, other Jollies and refreshment. Must •sell on account of ill-health. "A.B.," this office. wtfsmt LOST, or taken from small child, small Case and two Gold Rings. Reward. Apply this office. wthf FOR Sale, Solfd Oak Dining Suile, leeches!;, also Beds, linos-. Verandah Blinds. Garden Seats. Apply Grif fiths, ■ Smellers cottages. thfs FOR Sale, Boy Gelding, 15 hands, Romeo-Gntinger mare, good any where. Presl Bros' yard. 11 till...
British Strikes Extending HUNDRED THOUSAND LEAVE WORK (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
British Strikes Exie .ding —u HUNDRED THOUSAND LEAVE WORK Uttsuujr's service.; LONDON, Tuesday. The threatened general strike in Scotland for a forty-hour' week open ed on the Clyde on Monday, when 20;000 shipyard workers came out, but the stoppage? is nowise general. The municipal employees are abstain ing, and the bakers are postponing a strike' pending further negotiaitons. Five thousand engineers are out at Edinburgh and Lei'th, but at Rosyth dockyard the strikers decided to stir cure 40 hours by constitutional.iheans.. The striKe>ef the Kifeshfre\ collieries is collapsing. - Twelve thousand ship repairers and Idockers struck in London and 4000 at Manchester. The situation at Belfast is most serious. The factories are idle owing to lack of electricity and gas. bringing numbers out. - On Monday evening 60,000 were out; including bakers, while the gravediggers struck in sym pathy with the demand for a 44-hour week, ilost of the strikes are unau thorised by the unions. A disquie...
STRIKE AT GOVERNMENT DEPOT. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
STRIKE AT GOVERNMENT DEPOT. \r>Kr,Ainiv Wftlnt'sdHV i The Treasurer (Sir Kiehard Hulier) staled, this morning that employes at • the Government produce depot slaugh ter yards, who downed tools on Tues day. had not returned to their duties. ; He explained that he understood the ' trouble had arisen because the men ! had not. been paid oil Tuesday the usual day when the holiday fell on Monday. The jpayment of wa&es was made on the following Wednesday. Otherwise, added Sir Richard, clerks would have had to work on the holi day. He understood tlml the men con cerned had now refused to return to work unless they are paid for the lime they had lost through their own ac tion. ° Such of the cable news on this page ' as is so headed'appeared in The Times, and is cabled to "The Recorder" by j special permission. It should be under- | stood that the opinions given are not j those of The Times- unless expressly j stated to be so.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS RE-ASSEMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
PUBLIC'-' SCHOOLS RE-ASSEMBLE. Tlif public schools re-opeued on Tuesday afIt';1 the Christmas holidays. II hikes some days for teachers arid scholars to set hack to the routine, as much preparatory work lias to he done. Glasses have to he re-organised and. in many, new teachers have (o be installed. Headmasters change their occupations l'or a few days, and do an extensive trade in selling hooks and stationery. At- th£ Pirie school several changes hav heen made in the stall'. The trans fers are Mr. Shepherd, chief assist ant. to Smithfield school as head teacher: Miss Evelyn MeGrath, acting assistant, to Mannuin school : .Miss Butler, assistant teacher, to Wilming ton. Miss Marian Hamp, junior teacher, lias resigned her connection Willi the department. The appointments are: Lieut. Alton C. Cattle, direct from active service, to he chief assistant. (Lieut. Cattle left S.A. in May. l'JJO. and saw ser-' vice in France). To be assistants: Miss Until Scott, Miss Alice L. Turner, Miss Hild...
SHIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
I — i SHIPPING. High Waler: To-day at 7.39 a.m. ; and 8.37 p.m. / .1 The Kadina from Newcastle, via Sydney, is at the B.H.A.S. wharf, dis charging u general cargo. The Omana has cleared with a cargo of ieady concentrates and spelter. The vessel will ea.ll at Hummock Hill to complete its cargo with iron ore, leaving subsequently l'or Newcastle. The Anglo-Mexican with a stiffen ing cargo-of concentrates leaves at 6 a.m. to-day for the Eastern Slates.
OUTBREAK OF SPRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
OUTBREAK OF SPRiNGS. "I'llo breaking out of springs, which is characteristic of droughty seasons, continues to l»e reported from various parts of the Orange district ; N.S.W.). Two have macle their appearance on the property of Mr. .lames Dalton, on the western boundary of the town, and from one of them there is a fair flow of water". During a residence there of fiO years or more. Mr. Dalton lias never seen anything of the kind be fore. A little further west another spring is to be seen, and 'there seems to be. a chain of them right away towards Lidster. In addition to this, the supply in various wells is seen to be rising above lh&lt;■ normal level, if it is correct, as is popularly believed, that such hap penings ;ire the forerunner of the breaking of the drought, the prospects for an early fall of rain are bright.
Direct Action Condemned A.W.U. AND ARBITRATION. PIECEWORK DENOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
Direct Action Condemned A.W.U. AND ARBITRATION. PIECEWORK DENOUNCED. I / ——— Tlie AAV.U. Convention commenced its deliberations in Sydney last week. Full particulars of the ballot' as to whether the members were in favor of arbitration as the future policy of the union have been made available. The result of the , voting for arbitra tion or against arbitration was as fol lows: Adelaide Branch — For, 2891; agajnst, 786." Central Branch—For, 3264: against, 890. Darwin Branch—For, 83: against, 71. [ Queensland Branch — For, 7920 ;&lt; j against, 2741. • i Riverina . Branch &lt;— For, 1361: against, 867. Tasinanian Branch — For, 559; against, 145. • Victorian Branch — For, 3517: against, 450. West Australian Branch—For, 662; against, 292. I Western Branch — For, 2461; against, 946. - Total—For, 22,719: against, 7190 .Majority for arbitration, 15,521. A ballot was also taken as to whe ther members were in favor of abol ishing piecework and contracting in the industry and ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
CRICKET. The i'oiiowing- malcli was played at ihe Globe oval on "'.Tuesday, the Amuse ment Club won on the first innings by Go runs. Scores:— Amusement Club Refinery, iriiudlaeomb. e and b Bruce .... 0 Patterson. b Bruce .... .... 2 F. Ryan. b Bruce 0 W. 11 yan. b Devrou . . .... .. i'-i .1. iiyan, run out .. .. ...... 18 Kill!,', si, Gleary. b Devron . . . . . 0 Bjorklund, « and b Devron .. .. 5 Jackson, e and b Bruce .... , -*> Nelson, b Dale .. 17 Beng-er, not out .... 23 Cleary, not out . ?> Sundries . . . . . ~ Total 'for i> wickets) .. .. 101 Bowling:. Bruce. 4 for .20: Devron, 3 for 28: Dale, 1 for >21. Walsh's Shift, Refinery. Lee. b Bjorklund . . .. .... "1 Dale, b Bjorklund .. ..... .. .. '0 .Telford, b Bjorklund ........ "> Bruce, b Ujorklund -. . .... .... J'~> Thompson, b Bjorklund .. ,. .. 0 Wallace, e and b Ryan- .. .. • ■ }) ••May. b Benger . . .... . . 1) Smith, b Bcnjjcr . De;ui. nut out Devron, b Bjoi'-kluml Zubcraich, st. Clcary, b liyun . . Sun...
NEW MARKET WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
XK\V.MARKET WEIGHTS. . .The following' weights haves- been announced in Melbourne: NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Six furolngs. Biplane, 9.11; Wolaroi, 9.10; Re-! bus. 9.10; Getigne. 9.8; Magpie, 9.7; Bala rang," 9.0Wedge, 9.5: Goluga, 9.: Sir Ibex. 9.1: Poltrina. 9.1; Thrice. P.U: Con d'Or, 8.13; Outlook,. 8.H; Greenslead, 8.10: .Headwind. 8. &lt;: Dame L-Verc, 8.7; Sydney Damsel, 8.5; Amberdown. 8.5: Hoprig, 8.4; Mistico, g.3; Bcmmon, 8.3: Yandil, 8.2; Haud, 8.2: Publican. ,8.2: Red Signal, 8.1; Dunwil, 8.0: Arch Marella, 8.0; King's Treasure, 8.0: Wedding Day, 7.13; Lucknow, 7.13; Palm Leaf, 7.12; Aries. 7.12: Beringlon, 7.11; Bimeter, 7.10: Norbury, 7.10: Bailie Sea, 7.10; Quaestor. 7.9; Defence, 7~9; Night watch. 7.0; Fitness, 7.9 ; Ethiopian,. 7.9; Princess Lucy. 7.8; Auberic, 7.8; Tragic Star, 7.8; Molly's Robe, 7.8; Petraeia, 7.7: Anyhow, 7.7: Satin Bird. 7.0; Diek Meagher, 7.G; Belgium Waif,-;'7.0; Blue Cross, 7.5; Mareea, 7.5: Si. Ibex, 7.4; Lord Allan, 7.3; Lord Bobudil. 7.2...
Break of Gauge ENGINEER SUGGESTS SOLUTION. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
ENGINEER SUGGESTS SOLUTION. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Before the Railway Centres Royal Commission to-day important evidence was submitted by Mr. A. Nesfield. locomotive engineer for the Silverton •Tramway Company. Mr. Neslicltl said lie had invented a contrivance for con structing railway trucks with detach able bodies so that by means of cranes they coufd be lifted right away from the undercarriage and the contents deposited wherever desired. Narrow [ gauge truck bodies could be lifted from the undercarriages and placed on broad gauge carriages, and vice versa, without niany way touching! the goods inside. The attachment to j the truck under the carriages was a system of shackles which assured that the body would' remain entirely stationary on the :. under carriage. Locking could be done automatically or by hand. With a fast working crane a body could be piaced on a frame and locked securely in twenty sec onds. Under present conditions it took on an average a week for a truck to go from...
IN THE POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
1M THE POLICE UOL'UT. In the Police Court on Wednesday, before Mr. D. C. Scott, S.M., James McMahon, charged villi using' indecent language in Ellen street, on• January 28. was lined £2, villi 15/ costs, in fie fa 1111, i'( days' imprisonment. Evi dence as to the complaint was given by Constable H. Heisvood.
SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
SHARE MARKET. o Messrs Blight Bros, supply the fol lowing noonday quotations from Uie Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday: Broken Hill. J) 57/'',. s 58/. British, old, b 38/, s 38/71. British, new, b 3i/, s 35/3. Junction Cons., sales 5/. Junction North, b 12/3, s 12/9. Norths, b 5-5/, s 5-1/71. :South, new, b 52/, s 53/. Wallaroo, ]> 3^/9, s 40/0. Edna May, b 10/, s id/. Edna May Battler Con., b 8«., s i hi. Edna 'May Centrals, b 15/. s 1 -i/8. Edna Mov Consol. euns., b 10/5, s 10/7. Great Boulder, b 10/il, s 11/. Mararoa. b 3/f, s i/3. Miverinas, sides I'd. Zinc Corp. (ot'd.), h 2-i/y, s £5/9.
TATTERSALL'S RACES. ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
TATTERSALL'S RACES. ACCEPTANCES. . Acceptances closed yesterday for TattersaiFs races, to be run at Vic toria Park, Adelaide, next Saturday. The following horses arc left in: "WELTER HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. st. 1L>. Kingbicr i'J 3 Thorngatc 910 Isle of Skye 5> 0 Ptami 9 6 Sunder 9 Colchis - Moderation .. . 8 13 Perform . . . • • 8 1~ Longacre . .j • 8 10 Blue Steel - 8 8 Likely * 7 Wattle Day 8 7 Killarnel Rose 8 Money Spider 8 2 Telegony .... 7 13 Maldon King- 2 12 Sir Marco (imp.) 7 12 Eatte Wo oil : j 1 - .Toyship 2 St. Leocadia • H Bonnie Bobadii i Bilberry J Theoda 2 2 Strai thai rcl ' ? Ethel M. 2 3 Earlsmere ' ' Miss Restful 1 1 HANDICAP ilL'l'.DLE RACE. Wooiit iv.ii miles. Ferrlgnile . . . 11 Hamako 11 0 Andy Donald ; -• - - ? Rytol .. - -[ liJ Mount Alii lain • * Adnolla King ! 1 The Gaffer Lord Oliver • - Arktos . - - • • • lloberva! Disputant - . - - • - - - - - - • Horsley JUVENILE HANDICAP. l*ivc Furlongs. 2 9 0 !> 0 !> 0 y o Maltiel Seal King - - • Chamoi...
Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
(By "Cliuringa.") As soon as the A.R.C. meeting lin Ished Mr. W. C. Hughes had to settle down on TattersaU's weights, which lie got- through about midnight. The last was probably seen of Epis tle in South-Australian when he ran in the Foundation Handicap on Mon day. During the week he had been purchased by a Victorian man, whose intention it was to raee him in the outlying districts of Victoria. Isle of Skye's scratching in the Burn side Handicap came as a big surprise to many, as so far as could be gath ered there was nothing wrong with the horse. Veaie was all ready to ride him. It- is reported that Isle of Skye may be tried at hurdling shortly. \V. ilarshali was seen in the saddle aagin on Monday. He had two rides —Bonnie Bobadil and Sitteila—both of whom were left a I. the post. He says local starting is far below the stand ard of that at Java. Plaeidia, who acted so wildly in the Bux-nside Handicap, is a local candi date for the Newmarket Handicap. Gregory says he does not inte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
will help you Women have always hai their work to do in the worid. Mow UjC work is to be increased. Broader fields are being thrown open to the femi nine portion of the world. The men must fight, the women musi work. So more than eve: must women look after their health. Backs musi not fca avowed to ache, eyes mast be eiear, and brains fresh. Now is the time to attend to any incipient kidney trouble. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills w;I. banisli fea fear ol kidney trcabls by removing the causa. The aehe caused by a defect ive filtration ol the blood often leads a woman to think that she requires an unnecessary operation. - So look first to your kid • noys.ahd thai can best Jjo done'by judicious use of Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills lor inty sot only take sway -the cause of Backache, but leave the organs strong and Invigorated. The woman with a house hold to look after needs keep herself strong for her task ; the working girl must not let her back be come weakened by lt?o much standing, aod lha brain...
THE DOG NUISANCE. (To the Editor of The Recorder.) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
THE DOG NUISANCE. To lluj Kdil.or of Tin; llecon.I Sir.—If you will allow me spare in your paper I would like to ask il" it is possible li.i exclude dogs from pmces «j r public amusement- in Ihis (own. I noticed tin- "Bins Boys" wen- treated to .a - dog-tight in the Hall (Hie dugs were removed by cure takers). Any night one can count, about a dozen dogs in either of the. picture theatres. Dogs being ha bitually frequenters of refuse tips, etc., should in my ■opinion. Jjo exclud ed from above mentioned -.places lo further safeguard the health ol' Lite public till such time that these places of amusement are closed down lo comhal, :t dread disease, which we hone will nol appear in our midst. I McMAHON. Brighton- "West Pier lias had ;i re cord summer season last. year. The number of visitors passing' the turn stiles (exclusive of wounded soldiers admitted free) was l,'.)t}6,(>79.
COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. Miss H. J. Roger's is 'conducting a scries of cooking demonstrations ;u the Port Pirie Town Hall to explain the correct method of using Anchor self-raising- flour and other . goods packed under this brand. An invita tion is extended to all housewives to see these demonstrations, which com mence daily at half-past two. After noon tea will be provided. There .will i>e no charge for admission.
TRANSPORT WORKERS. A NEW ORGANISATION [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
TRANSPORT WORKERS. —0 A _\'E\Y ^ORGANISATION. Wiib the object of combining" all transport workers in one organisation ] throughout Australia, a Transport I Workers' Federation, which is expect-! ed to cover 60,000 men, is at present; in course of formation, and Mr Morris, secretary of the Waterside Worers' Federation, has gone to Sydney to arrange details in connection with its registration. ; ; The new organisation, at its incep-; lion, will number 30,0.00 members;' and will embrace waterside workers, seamen, coal trimmers, trolieymen, and others. It is hoped lliat the railway men and tramway men in Brisbane will also link up with it, and it is antici pated that eventually the railway men and tramway men throughout Aus tralia will be included in the proposal. Officials; state that it is not to be confused with the One Big" Union movement, which lias not- been, con sidered by the new federation.