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COMMERCIAL. PORT PIRIE PRICES Recorder Office, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
COMMERCIAL. PORT PlrtiE PRICES Recorder Office, Friday Following are current-prices in Port Pirie:- . PRODUCE. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb. 0 1 11 Butter (dairy), per lb. . . 0 12 1 Fresh Eggs, per doz 0 0 9 | Ham, per lb 0 1 6 | , Bacon, per lb 0 1 3 Lard, per lb 0 1 3 Dripping, per lb 0 0 10 j Cheese, per lb - 0 1 2 1 Onions, per lb. ........ 0 0 2 j Potatoes, per qr 0 3 0 FODDER, ETC. 1 £.s. d. | Chaff, per ton 3 15 0 I Hay (baled), per ton .. 3 15 0 Flour (wholesale), per ton 11 0 0 Rrnn, por bushel 0 11 4 Pollard, per bushel .... 0 1 5
NO LIGHTS ON BIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
NO LIGHTS ON BIKES. Henri Jonas pleaded guilty to having' l'idden a bicycle in Alexander street without a light on the night of .Janu ary 29. Constable Sires stated lhat the offence occurred at about 9.20 p.m. -The defendant said that he was a, stranger to the town, and he had heard .that if it were a pretty moonlight night I (here was no need to have a light. j [ The S.M.: Where do yon come. i from?-Melbourne. Don't they have to have lights on | their bikes there?-Yes: hut I was I told that if it were a light night then was no need for a lamp. j The S.M. remarked. "Oh well, they are up-to-date in this town," and fined ; (lie defendant £1 and £1 costs, in de-j fault seven days' imprisonment. j There was no appearance of Stan, j Prodeff, against, whom there was a] similar chargc. The ease was heard ex parte. Constable Fergusson gave evi dence. and a fine of £i (and £1 costs) was imposed, in default seven days' imprisonment.
"Wee Lady Betty." GREAT TRIANGLE SUCCESS. AT CASINO, TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
GREAT TillA2sCLE SUCCESS. AT CASINO, TO-NIGHT. ,t A sparkling play of the Emerald Isle, "Wee Lady... Betty,'' presenting the charming Triangle star iBessie Lovo will shown at Casino, to night. This glorious picture,. which is upwards of 5,000ft. in length, pre sents one of the most delightful dra mas imaginable, and gives Miss '/a e great opportunities to display her un ' doubted ability. ; A capital supporting program will . be shown. This includes "The Secret , ; Kingdom"-episode 14 entitled "The ' Portrait of a King," depicting ano ther exciting 2,500ft. chapter, or this j i-splendid serial drama. jUark Swain ! appears in a Keystone comedy of j 2,000 ft entitled 'Thirst," a most I laughable production. | The Gazette, Pathe's big weeklv . topical budget of news in pictorial i form, and a Triangle comedy, "Twin Troubles," 1,000ft. of ran, complete a I '?'cry fine program, which cannot fail to draw large houses to the popular Casino during the two night's season commencing this even...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
PERSONAL. .Mr. A. Appleby. who 'lias hccii in the employ of Mr.... Charles Morgan for Hie past twelve ;years. entered the ..c-rviff as -n apprentice. and rose fo the position of a. department manager; but of late has iiof 'been enjoying tile br:?V of bc-alHt, and found it necessary consult a medical 'man. who advised him to take on lighter duties. Acting' on this advice, Mr. Appleby, who was offered a position in. the office of the Associated Smellers../ tendered his re s.i.trnaUou. Before leaving. Hie staff pre sented him a handsome oak si! ver i;!onnrr-i! inkstand in appreciation of Ids sterling qualities and his thorough ness and kindly disposition in his . everyday life while associated with his fellow-workers. The>pros«n ta I Ion was mode on behalf of the staff by the moriiitrsr 'Mr. E. J. Wills), who sin rarely regretted losing" his services, as Ids position would be bard to -fill, and . wished him every success in his new sphere of labour. 1
SWIMMING. THE PROPOSED ASSOCIATION. FORMATION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
SWIMMING. THE PROPOSED ASSOCIATION. FORMATION OP CLUBS. A well-attended meeting was held at -the Barrier Hotel on Thursday night for the purpose of forming a Port Pjrie Amateur Swimming- Association, with clubs'at Port Pirie (central). Port Pine. West, Solomon town and the Smelters. The Mayor (Mr. A. 13. Forgan), who presided, called upon Mr. J. P. Seltars. the convenor of the meeting, to outline the objects of such an Assciation. Mr. Sellars'stated these, as outlined in The Recorder recently, 'and exiained that on account of Rule .is of the South Australian Swim ming Association an association could j not be formed at Port Pirie until there ; were three clubs in existence in the; district. I Mr. Swain proposed and Mr. Love seconded that an . Amateur Swim-: ming Club be formed in Port Pirie j Central.-Carried. i On the motion of Mr. Oharlcsworfb, : seconded by Mr. Hudson, it was de- f .'i'.ied that a club be formed at Solo- j m on town. J ' :V further motion, that a. club Iv j forme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
The LitUs Ones are Waiting for New Boots. GET THEM AT - H gu Slacks and at Low Prices. Ctepest is Pi'ie far Al! Cteses of FsoSwsar. See Our V/ in d oVv?s Here's something Special for this week o;iiy. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 for 18/9. Ti.IS 'VEEK ONLY. 5TH1.T E, THE LIVELY BOOTMAN, ALEXANDERR STREET. 'Phone 101. for 1 ainry Voiles DJ ess Length Very Pretty Pattvruf, 5s lid and 6s lid* the drest length We ask You to Inspect These Special Ltres BQK %*ss!sa & T THE POPULAR HOUSE. (A CARD). My New HYGIENIC SURGERIES and APARTMENTS are now complete. They have, been modelled upon the latest Con tinental designs, equipped with up-to-date Accessories, and afford every facility for high-grade Dental Treatment. A SPECIAL FEATURE of ruy PRACTICE is the attention devoted to Conservative Treatment of Teeth, including GOLD BRIDGE WORK INLAYS. FILLINGS, CROWNS, and PIVOTS by Painless Methods. 9 ARTIFICIAL TEETH Mounted on Gold or Vulcanite. PAIN LESS EXTRACTIONS. Laughing Gas Admini...
PORT PIRIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
PORT PIRIE CLUB. A meeting hold immediately aflor ?' wards resolved, on tlio motion of Messrs. Swain and Roonev. that a club .he formed to be called the Port Pirie I Amateur Swimming Club. The fol lowing officers'were elected:-Patrons. ; the Mayer (Mr. A. B. Forgan), and Mr. jW. Robertson: President. Mr. R. Job: ?Vice-President, Messrs. H. J. Cavenett. .1. Flanagan, J. Gillen. T. McGormacV., [P. J. Kearns. J. O'Maboney, TI. K. | LeLievrc, Dalton. K: Fletl. E. Francis, II. Goode-. C. Morgan. M. L. Warren. R. ,T. Lewis. P. J.' Walsh, Pmst. Ford, W. ! G. Slater V. L. Stevens M. Madfjran, 'and L. Langs ford: Secretary. "Mr. J. P. Sellers: Assistant Secretary. Mr. 'Rooney; Treasurer, Mr. W. Simpson:! Committee, Messrs. M Robert*. Swain. W. Magarey, G. Hockley, ,\. G.. Davis, Rooney, Madigan. and Solars. The membership subscription was fixed at [5/ per annum for gentlemen, and 2/f> |for children (under 15) and ladies. It jis hoped to hold a carnival in about a I month's time.
LONDON GOSSIP. ITEMS OF HUMAN INTEREST. Nice When It Stops [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
LONDON GOSSIP. ITEMS, or. HUMAN . INTEREST. Tlice When I't Stops According to a well-known London doctor who is a specialist in mental ,disorders, the only pleasure the . Kais er, will eventually .derive from his insane desire'for wax appears like 1/ 'to resemble that pi a lunatic who was under medical treatment recent ly. One day the poor, ijellcnv was (clis^ covered seated oo the floor beating ; his hand.' with a walking stick, only 1 pausing at intervals to grin with delight. When asked the reason for his smile ho replied, "So nice-when it stops !" West End Blackmaiiers The police hope soon to run to earek a dangerous gang of black mailers just now haunting loshionabU West-end restaurants. The friendship extended to wounded men by society ladies has suggesled the idea. The : gang watch couples or parties of whom officers form a part, ascertain names and addresses, and in the case of married women address them lett ers of thinly disguised blackmail. In too many instances the gang ...
EFFECTIBE VOTING. SPECIAL PARLIAMENTARY SESSION ASKED FOR. THE PREMIER REFUSES. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 2 February 1918
EFFECTIBE VOTING. SPECIAL PARLIAMENTARY SESS. | ION ASKED FOR. \ THE PREMIER ^ REFUSES, j ADELAIDE, Friday. A deputation, including Sir Josiah Symon, representatives of the Nation &lt;al party, the Effective. Voting League, the W.C.T.U., the A.N.A., and the Women's non-Party Association, urg ed the Premier to-day to hold a short Parliamentary session for the purpose of passing a Bill for the ad option of the principle of effective voting. Mr. C. Goode, M-P.,. introduced the speakers, who urgued that in. view of so many parties in the field at the next elections a; division of votes was likely, and there was; a danger of a minority of the electors getting into power. Mr. Peake replied that the Govern ment could not afford time for a special session