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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

SOBE JUUSCLES. For soreness of the muscles wheth 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 of rheumatism. Sold every where. Toys. Toys You will find TAYLOR'S to be the CHEAPEST PLACE in PIRIE fur TOYS This is not bluff, but a Genuine Clearing Out of Toys at T- R. TAYLOR NEWS AGENCY, Illsa giroBj, Por: Pine. Successors to W. E-, Hamp, Elien Street The Storeswi11jbe'CLOSED, from' Friclay:t® Wednesda^ inclusive. Wait lor the Great Sale that will Shake Port Pirie to its Foundations The Sale of the Season Starts THURSDAY January 23rd 1919 AT 9 O'CLOCK, AT THE . TO REDUCE OUR LARQE STOCKS AND THUS MAKE ROOM FOR > NEW SEASON'S GOODS "V WE ARE MAKING SWEEPING REDU CTIONS IN MAKY LINES. - , BARGAINS IN THE DRAPERY DEPARTMENT. BARGAINS IN THE SHOWROOM. BARGAINS IN THE CLOTH ING and BOOT DEPARTMENTS. BARGAINS IN THE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. WE QUOTE A FEW OF THE MANY SPECIAL LINES ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MURRAY COD'S TRAVELS. RECAPTURED AFTER 14 MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

MURRAY COD'S TRAVELS. RECAPTURED AETKK i-'i MONTHS. The Chief Secretary of New South Wales, who controls the State Fisher ies, announced last week that another of the Murray cod labelled with a numbered silver disc for identifica tion had been recaptured J60 miles from the place of liberation. The marked Murray cod, J\To. 522, was tagged and liberated by an officer of the Fisheries Department on Octo ber 11, 11)17, in high tloodwater in the Murrumbidgee River, about a mile above Birngagee Homestead. It was caught close to Jv'arrandera by Mr. T. W. Spencer, of Moseley,, Narraudera, on December 11 last. To reach that place, allowing three miles by water to one as the crow IHes, it would have been obliged to travel approximately i GO miles. During October and November, I'.'IT, 41 Murray cod were marked with numbered discs, and liberated in tfie Murrurribidgee Hirer in the neigh borhood of Bringagee. Of these four have already been recaptured, and ail of them within a few miles of Nar r...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEATHER NOTES. FOR WEEK ENDING TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

WEATHER NOTES. FOR WEEK ENDING TUESDAY, JANUARY 28. 'Although the 'weather during- the past week has been line throughout South Australia, conditions in the Northern Territory have been unset tied, with rain, due to the presence of monsoons, but more particularly over the southern portion, where rain lias been of almost daily occurrence. The timely and - heavy downpour should end the drought in the locality, which .has been in existence since last February. At Alice Springs the week's aggregate has amounted to 646 points, being 2£ inches in excess of the whole of last year's rainfall. Other stations received between 2 and 4 inches. Th.e ,period under review opened with a weak anti-eyclone covering the South- ; ern Ocean, with the centre in the; Bight. Along the coast, cool weather ! prevailed for a couple of days, but in land it- was warm to hot. . On Thurs day the "high" in the Bight was dis placed by ,'a shaped depression, which rapidly moved eastwards, caus ing hot northerly wind...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

Dill? £?r£*slag* -with . Zam-Bufc quickly cod all eruptions j and pow j and mAJke the entire scalp clean sad rceet. Zam-Buk is so ; pureasd refined J.?£elf,a.nd sosooth ing, healing zad Antiseptic, and is eaperio* to all ordinary ointments ane^sslvcs. No form o! skin dis ease can ions resist the potent her* bal Juices of which Zam-Bukis composed. Zam-Bot heals up cuts, burn a *nd scalds quickly and cleanly. Many sit the homes mads happy by Zasn-Buk. 1 s 6<i and "?j od per pot @

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STORY OF A REAL HERO. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

STORY OF A REAiL HERO, Bobbie i.s a mad Irishman—oh, a very mad Irishman! Ho lias just been badly wounded, and discharged from the army - with the honorary rank of captain.-'* , I have known Robbie for three* years of fierce lighting- against the - Bbelie. When I first knew him he \v;is a sec ond-lieutenant, very sure of his pla toon ami very certain that they could scupper anything- in the German line that happened to be against them. I.could U'll stories of Kobbie all night long. He was a/most wonderful fellow. The ilrst night I ever met him, wc were going over together in a raid, and it was a very scricus rai<i. 3Iy orders were to stay on the Boehe parapet, and feed our parlies. Five minutes after he wen! down into the trench f got a message lo go to'liim. tic was just lying on a Fire step in absolute agony. Just then the word came through that our spare bomb earners .had been killed, and we bad no reserve of bombs. Cut that fire-bay was full of German bombs. Kobbie la...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

BOXING. According to 1,'jo JVew Times, .Toss "Wiliurd has signed ;> contract to defend [lie heavyAveijdil c'Jwimpiqnship title on or before July -5. ,His pro bable opponent will be .Jack Dempsey.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

A niiitl sensation was caused in Melbourne lurf circles on Monday, when it became known that some mis creant had forced the doors of the stables at Wheatland road, Malvern, owned by Mr P. K. Padfield, a well known trainer, thereby liberating eight valuable ..■racehorses. . Mr J Padfield states that ail the doors were proper ly fastened when he had a final look/ round the stables late on Sunday night, but shortly before 5 a.m. the doors of the loose boxes were found wide open, and all the occupants but two were missing. Evidently the per petrator of the despicable -act experi enced some : difficulty iu removing Home Rule .and Yielnia. for these horse? were stiij ju their boxes; but •{Thaletas, Bungunna, Loatoo, Haber dasher raids some other horses had vanished- Fortunately, all the wan derers were recovered during the. day none the worse for the adventure. Some were found in the St. Hilda dis trict: others had strayed further' afield. It is thought possible that some person aggrieved...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pest on the Playground INTERFERENCE WITH CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

INTERFERENCE WITH CHILDREN. 1 In the. Police'"Court- yesterday, be ,forc Mr. D, C. Scott, S.M., Edward Francis Howley, a young man, was charged with insulting behavior in a public place. Seargt. -James Bond prosecuted and Mr. .1. W.Regan ap peared for the defendant. The case for the prosecution was chat at 8.30 on the night of Friday, January 24,' several, girls '.whose ages ranged from "17 years down to 8 or 9 years, were in the Children's Play ground. They were' accosted, by the defendant, who made use of some vile expressions. He addressed his re marks to. one in particular, but .they were quite audible to all. He was then stauding about six yards away from them. Four witnesses gave evidence, as to the nature of the offence. They identified, without any hesitation, the defendant as the man. The night was fairly dark, but there was an electric light about 12 yards distant. Constable J. M. Emery stated that he interview-ed defendant, who. said he could bring two witnesses to prove ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

CONSTIPATION poison* tho system. Nujol, the internal lubri cant, relieve# without griping or forming a habit. STANDARD OIL CO. (New 3«t»ct) Pmrsalohy All Chemists. A5SS STBBES,

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNION SECRETARY ARRESTED. ABOUT £1000 INVOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

UNION SECRETARY ARRESTED. ABOUT £1000 INVOLVED. Harnett Gabriel Walsh, secretary of the Wharf Laborers' Union, .Mel bourne, for whose arresta warrant had been issued, surrendered himself at a late hour oil Sunday night. He is charged with having- on 7 th Oct obex; iast forged and uttered a cheque- for £23]. LVn audit of the books and ac counts of the union had been made, it is stated, and it showed that a .sum of about £1000 was involved.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Greek Cafe Gambling Cases SIX WITHDRAWN. ONE DEFENDANT FINED £5. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

Greek Cafe Gambling Cases Six WITHDRAWN. ONE DEFENDANT FINED £5. - rr.... --aid made a week ago on gamb !f>r m tiie Greek cafe was revived in ttlc Police Court on Thursday, when the eio'htv Adjourned cases were dis posed of by Mr D. C. Scott, S..M. Ser geant James Bond conducted the cases for the police, and Mr P. Hague ap peared for the. defendants. i The charge against Philip Michelis was of being foundwithout lawful ex cuse on premises unlawfully used for gaming purposes. Sergeant Bond and Constable Fer guson gave evidence that when the police raided the cafe defendant was standing near the dining room en trance, looking on at the card players There were two old men playing some gam e of cards that was new to the police: it was not patience. They had no money in front of them. Mr Hague, for the defence, stated that on Friday afternoon the defend ant, who is a Ush hawker, met his brother, a fisherman; at- the cafe, for the transaction of business. As a mat ter of fact, the back...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SLAUGHTERMEN'S STRIKE ENDS. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

SLAUGHTERMEN'S STRIKE ENDS. ADELAIDE, Thursday. The slaughtermen who have been on strike at the Port Adelaide pro duce depot returned to work this morning on the old terms.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

mWk*mara.in'iLm»u 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. : Gold Kewpies GOLD NECKLETS WITH PENDANT DROP .. .. .. GOLD NECKLETS WITH GOLD KEWPIE .. .. SEE THESE. AND OTHERS Q UICKLY. THEY'RE SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE. .. FROM 10/0 .. FROM 10/G Diamond Merchant, Manufacturing Jeweller and Optica*,

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PIANOLAS REPLACE ORCHESTRAS. MUSICIANS' STRIKE AT BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

PIANOLAS REPLACE ORCHESTRAS. MUSICIANS' STRIKE AT BROKEN HILL. Pianolas replaced the orchestras, the members of which are on strike, at place- of.public amusement at Bro ken Hill on Tuesday. Mr. 13. McLaughlin, secretary of the Musicians' Union and of the Theatri cal Employes' Union, said that, a meet ing .of the latter body would be held on Sunday to deal with the inusicions strike. He further stated that the matter would be fully discussed, and that a sympathy strike by the theatri cal employes would probably follow in the near future. Mr McLaughlin stated also that the matter of the strike would probably be dealt with at a specially convened meeting of the Trades and Labor " Council, Mr Mellor, president of the council, he said, had been speaking to him, - and the meeting would probably be held on Sunday. The Musicians' Union and the Theatrical Employes' Union are affiliated with the Trades and Labor Council.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PIRIE RECOGNISES VALOR. THREE RETURNED SOLDIERS WELCOMED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

PIRIE RECOGNISES VALOR. THREE RETURNED SOLDIERS WELCOMED. ■ A fine reception was accorded yes terday afternoon to three returned sol diers, Trooper P. H. Cooper, 14th Bat talion: Sergt. R. D. Armour. 10th Bat talion ; and Pte M. T. Mclnerney, A.E.C.; (late 43ni: Battalion). The Solomontown railway .station was de corated, and the train from Adelaide was met by a large number of persons ■who gave the soldiers a hearty wet come. The Solomontown drum and life band played suitable music, and the children sang. Five flagged motor cars were pro vided by Messrs. H. W. Goode, L. R, Walker. F. Price. T. Condon, and P. Hague (driven by 'Mr. Williams). The returned soldiers after greeting their relatives and friends, were driven to the Town Hall, where they were re ceived by the Mayor {Mr. A. B.'For gan). The arrangements for the welcome were directed by the Anzae Hospitality Committee, the Fathers of Sailors and Soldiers' Association and the Return ed Sailors and Soldiers' Association. Troope...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Protecting the Workers UNPRECEDENTED MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

Proleciicg She Workers UNPRECEDENTED MEASURES. The period of industrial transaction from war to peace'is a time of great anxiety (remarks the London corres pondent of the "Age."). Peace work has to be found for some millions of men and women who have been en gaged in war work. The national industrial transaction has to he* carried out on a scale which is unprecedent ed in the history of the world. For that reason the British Government is adopting unprecedented measures for dealing with the'problem. Care is being taken to defer the general demobilisation of the army and navy until the greater proportion of those men and women who were en gaged in war work in Great Britain have had time to find employment in the industries of peace. This does not . mean i n the matter of employ ment preference is being given to these men and women over the sol diers and sailors who have carried the war to victory. By the time gen-; era! demobilisation begins the peace j industries of the country will...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN THE PUBLIC EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

IN THE PUBLIC EYE. Mr George Shaplcy. M.B.E., son of the Rev. W. T. Shapley, was the first Y.M.C.A. secretary to leave South Australia for active service. At that time he was Methodist preacher at   Hamley Bridge. He has been on Gal   lipoli, and on his return to Egypt he was appointed manager of the Cairo Hostel. A little while ago he was mentioned in dispatches by General Allenby, and the result no doubt is the honor award as member of the the British Empire. It is four years last September since he left South Australia.. _ The casualty list published to-day contains the name of a South Austra lian winner of the Victoria Cross, in jLanee-Corporal Weathers, who was jlhe second son of Mrs J. Weathers, of Glenelg-, to make the supreme sacri iice. His elder brother, Trooper Thos. Frances Weathers, of the 9th Light Horse, fell on Gallipoli in June, 1915. His younger brother,; Joseph J. A. Weathers, of the railways, Port Pirie, was attached to the 9th Light Hor...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MUSIC EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

MUSIC EXAMIXATICLXS. The following pupils of .Miss Mollie   Bell passed music examinations held in December by the Associated Board R.A.M. and R.C M London): Elementary Division—Zila Bell. Primary Division—Jane I Pamrnenter, Yida Han nan, Lila Welch, Fred Pamrnenter, Adelaide Jamieson. Rita Brakenridgc, Melvie Barry. Theory: Preparatory Division, Trinity College. London— Felicitas Sukke, Jeau Renou, Stella Jordan, Francesca Bell. Results of some of the examinations have not yet   been received.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

IN MEMORIAM. WILSDON. —In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away on January 31, 1917. —Ever remembered by his loving wife, and daughter, Maud.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

-MAIL NOTICES. Overseas and special mails will close al Port Pirie as under: Troops in Egypt (paa'cels, news papers and parcels). Tuesday, Feb ruary 11, at 5.50 p.m. Troops in Europe (packets, etc.) Wednesday, February 5. at 5.50 p.m.; letters, Wednesday, February 12, at •i.aO p.m. United Kingdom, Europe, Colombo and India (newspapers and parcel post), Weduesday, February 5, at 4.50 p.m., letters and packets, Thurs day. February 13, at -i.50 p.m. Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland, daily. Tasmania, daily.

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