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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

• Wanted Cblumn, Under tixis heading iC words (if prepaid), 1/; three consecutive inser tions, 2/6. No advertisement booked under 4/. WANTED. SMART LAD for GROCERY DEPART MENT. - SYMONDS BROS. A MONSTER Holiday. Program—3 big Star attraction!;. Casino, To-night. LOST, Saturday, night, ;Ellen street, Baby's , - Gold Brooch, M.MiS.' in scroll "Reward. S. Stronghill, 5th street, West. • ■ THE CRISIS, the greatest drama ye I filmed.; Winston .Churchill's r:jnl' i ous novel displayed in ,9000ft. of photo play; a picture that lias crca-1 • ted a stir. Casino, Wednesday and Thursday. LOST, Fathers' {Association Leave at Recorder-office. Button. LOST, Chestnut ' Pony, ; about l-'J.I I hands, with halter on. Reward. Apply Mrs Petagna. Terrace, Pirie.] i West. , nitw • (SUBSTANTIAL Reward offered ~per I sons" giving information leading' to conviction of miscreants wilfully I breaking glass light afc our sawmill. | Alexander street. Thus lWwden and Son. -- • nitw EXCEPTIONAL opportunity for go...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TUG EMPLOYES CLAIMS. COMPULSORY CONFERENCE CONVENED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

TUG EMPLOYES CLAIMS. __ COMPULSORY CONFERENCE CON VENED. TIxc matter of the alleged dispute .between the tug employes and the Adelaide Steam Tug Company and the Anglo-Fibre Company as to the living wage and rates of pay. was mentioned in the Industrial Court, Adelaide, be fore the Deputy-President, Mr. N. A. Webb. Mr. Baker represented the Steam Tug Company, .Mr. Downer the Anglo-Fibre Company, and Mr, J. E. Daly (from Mr. W. J. Denny's office), with Mr. A. \V. Laccy, organiser at Port Piric, the A.W.U. Considerable discussion look placc as to whether a dispute existed. After hearing argu ments, Mr. Webb intimated that he would summon a compulsory confer ence to take place in Adelaide. If that conference proved abortive the case would be - proceeded with im mediately, perhaps at Port Pirie. Since the sitting of the Court sum monses have been received by Mr. A. W. Laccy, representing the A.W.U., Messrs E. Summcrford and A. Pear son, representing- the tug employes to appear at the Ind...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

0 8ICKE3": SATURDAY'S MATCHES, -■SMELTER "A" DEFEAT PORT PIRIE The feature ol' Saturday's cricket! was the defeat of Ports by the Smelter | "A." The latter team went to tlie wickets .'llrst, being" represented by Keats raid Wilson. G. Davis and R. Pimlotl opened tlie attack, and in the latter":, first over he clean bowled Wil son for a "duck." J. King' was soon dismissed, being' bowled by Davis after making 1. Gibson followed and put •together 1-5 nicely, when lie was bowl- j ed -by McDonald. With three down for 22. Brown joined Keats." and a separation was not effected until the J score readied 1>3. when the former was bonded by Wisdom for a well made i"2. The same bowler brought about tlie dismissal of Gardner for 5. ! Is. Holdsworth was next and put to gether 5, when he was smartly stump ed by Welsby off G. Davis. The inn ings closed at 5.10 for, 140. Keats batted in his usual stow style for 54, having played through the innings un- ! conquered. His innings was a valu- . able-...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. Duties will be resumed on Monday, February 10 at the school of short hand and typewriting-. The school meets on Monday, .Wednesday and Fri day afternoons and Monday and Fri day nights. Individual, tuition is given in both subjects. Information may be had l'rom the Principal. Miss M. Sim ons, One-Mile Crossing; Soiomontown, and intending students will be inter viewed at the schoolroom, opposite the Central Hotel. Alexander street, on Wednesday,. February 5, from 2.30 to 4.30. p.m.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEAMS FOR TO-DAY'S MATCHES. Port Pirie v. Jamestown. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

TEAMS FOR TO-DAY'S MATCHES.! Port Pirie v. Jamestown. The fololwing team has been selee : led to represent Port Pirie Association in the match against Jamestown to day: .T. Birrell. C. Brown, W. Dyer, H. Eftick, W. Gibson. If. High man, E. L. .Mitchell. R. Pimlolt, I.. Tardrew, A. Wulsby "and P. Wisdom. Emergencies: (C. McDonald and Prater. Port Pirie v. Telowie. E. Coutts, A. Bavies, W. Da-vies. G: Davis, N. Holdsworth. • G: Kemp, Rev. E. MiHer, A. McDonald. F. Lawrence, 5. J. Parker and J. Scoteher. / II. M; Pimlolt,- who played at James town. is not available for ' to-day's matcn. He—was suddenly attacked \yuu appendicilis Hast': week,' but is progressing: -rfavorably. All ^players join in -wishing- their comrade a, speedy recovery jo he&lth and strength.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS. Considerable interest has been taken in the cooking- demonstrations at the Town Hall. Further.demonstra tions will be given to-morrow after noon and afternoon tea will be pro vided.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

ANTICIPATIONS. Unlcy 'Welter.' sunder or perform. Malvern Hurdles. FERfUGNITE or IIAMAKO. Turrelfield Stakes. sittella or marachowie. Tramway Trials. prln'ce MINTBERRY or bactris. Foundation Handicap.i .uelbolt or KONGOROXG. Steeplechasers' Flat. EDINOL or cordelier. Burnside' Handicap. alacrity. isle of skye or bisaya!

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BREACH OF ALIEN REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

BREACH OF ALIEN REGULATIONS. Aliek Gonatas, a Greek, was charg ed m the Police Court on Friday be fore Mr. D. G. Scott, S.M., with ne glecting to register his charigc of abode. lie was fined £5 and *25'/ costs. Sergeant Jus Bond stated that ■when defendant removed from Sydney to Newcastle he gave prrper notice of the change, but on his removal from Newcastle to Port Piriu he failed to do so. Gonatas had the assistance as interpreter of Mr. T. C. George, of Alexander street.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELROSE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

MELROSE RACES. The program for the Frame Jockey Club races to be held to-day is as fol lows:- - HURDLES. Two miles.' Grace Watson, 10.7; LuHabar, 9.11; Chikiwiek, 9.10: Tot Melba. 9.9; Hap faeSor. 9.3; Dexlral, y.0; The Conning Tower. 9.0. " FLYING ILVNDICAP, Six furlong;?. 'Jueenbrook, 0.5; Mazaris, 8.5; Mri'iy Made, 8.."'; Jamestown, 7.9 ; St. Cyprian, 7.8; Tot Melba, 7.7: Flag-fall, 7.4; Frenctt Leaf, 7.0. TRIAL STAKES. Snow town, 9.2; Scrutiny. S.J I; Bla li!e, 8.1 i ; Hopfactor, 8.G; French Leaf, 8.0 : Tex'omuiu>8.6; Life, 8.1. FRO.ME HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. Laroon, 9.0: - Lord IS'angar, '8.3; Rayahs. 8.0: Cheer Up, 7.7: Winapie. ! 7.6: St. Cyprian. 7.i; Snowlown, 7.0: The Conning- Tower, 7.0; 'Iloyfaclor, 7.0. FARMERS'' PURSE (Handicap). Five- furlongs. (Jueenbrook, 9.7; Mazaris, 8.8; .Yk-rty Made. 8.5; . Winajii^. 7.12; \ J a m e s I own, 7.1 J ; G aya r». 7.7 ; L u 1 la bar, 7.2: French Leaf, 7.0. MOUNT .REMARKABLE HANDICAP. One mile. Laroon." 9.8; Rayahs, S.V: Wairakie,...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. TONS OF COPPERS IMPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

LOCAL AMD GENERAL. TONS OF COPPERS''.IMPORTED". The Commonwealth Treasury offi cials announce that £8000 worth of coppers lies boon imported from In dia. The total weight of the ship ment was 15 Ions Scwt. J or., 1-Hb., and it took five men four hours and a half to place the coins in the strong room at the Treasury.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder Published Dally. MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1919. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

Published Dally. MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1919. INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. ! Reports that have been coming since Friday from Melbourne and Ade laide give grave cause for fear that Australia, after all, is not to escape from Hie terrible scourge of pneu monic influenza which has swept around the- world. The general relief and self-congratulation which were expressed during the month of Decem ber were premature. Few medical men were, optimistic enough to believe [hat all danger was past, but the warnings which some of them per sisted in offering were almost entirely disregarded. Experiences of the past few days go far to justify the caution of the medical men and illustrate the carelessness of the average citizen. It would be foolish, of course, to jump to the conclusion at the present stage lhat. the scourge has actually broken through the quarantine,barrier. Judg ment on that point must be reserved until experts gather enough evidence to convince them. Panic would be : almost as foolish as indi...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOLUTION OF AFRICAN PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

SOLUTION. OF AFRICAN PROBLEMS. 1 In the colonial discussion yesterday General Smuts, on behalf of South Africa, claimed German .South Africa, upon'which point there is full agree ment. Great Britain is ready to ac cept some form, of neutralisation for Tog-oland, Kamerun, and even German East Africa. Tlic only point, there fore, for discussion Was the fate of Samoa and the Pacific Islands.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

'taiXrfiTiffffiifSw gma-aaaf-rft-vewvii A BIG HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. JUA3E ELVJDGE, in the Big World Film Triumph, 01 A DARING DRAMA* OF SOCIETY AND THE NORTH-WEST. 5 SPLENDID ACTS. 5. DON'T7 FAIL TO SEE THIS: IT'S A GENUINE STAR. • A PLEASING 3000 FT. ST.VR ROMANCE. The Blind Pie V SCREAMING 2000 FT. L.K.O. L^UGH RIOT. THE ENGLISH GAZETTE, Topical. BEAUTIFUL WALES, TraVeloguc. Tonight Casino To-Night . ' Licensed Land Brokers, .Financiers, and Property Agents, ; Hjtve HOMES FOB SALS iG Good Looallties ou SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. 7AA Rniidiog Aiiofmeste near Smelters, and same handy So Company's Buildings. .Several townships to Select From. From J£f Deposit W© Cars Supply the Land BuiicS You th© House -.And Lend You the Money All Bceamests under Reel I^perEy Act prepared by our Expert Con veyancers. CONSULTATION AED ADVICE FREE. r . oimos: alsxarder street. Xmas Presents R. FLETT & SON JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Are Slill UNSURPASSED for QUAL ITY and VALUE at...

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RUSSSA'S'OPPORTUNITY. MARMORA CONFERENCE APPROVED (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUVER, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

RUSSSA'S'OPPORTUNITY. aiARFflORA CONFERENCE APPROVED {Renter's. Service.): VANCOUVER, Saturday. "Humanite/* " • iParis) reports that the Russian Soviet has agreed to the principle of the Marmora ■■meeting. (Reuters Service.) STOCKHOLM, - Friday. A former Soviet minister in an in terview expressed satisfaction at the decision of the Peace Conference as I'egards Russia. He said he was firmly convinced that Ills Government would accept the offer of the Allies to meet in conference on an island in the Sea of Marmora. - .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

A GENERAL MEETING of the A.W.U. will be held in the .A.W.U. OFFICE on TUESDAY, at !> p.m. Business: Very Important. All Members expected to attend. A. W. LACEY, - nit Organiser. Town Hall - ■ . i i ; Ladies Invited. Afteriioais Tea. Admission --Free. •We are Still Selling- ME.VS TWEED SUITS from 35/, 37/G, 45/, 49/6, 52/6-up to-S5/. MEN'S" "WASHING SUITS, from 21/. 22/0, 25/, 27/6,: up'"to'50/. •MEN'S, TWEED TROUSERS, 0/0, 7/C," 8/6, 8/11/9/fi, iO/O, il/G, 12/9, up to 21/. MEN'S-SOFT SHIRTS, C.' & P.,"from 3/0, 3/!); 3/11, 4/0, 4/11. 5/0,: up to 0/11. MEN'S FASHION'. SHIRTS, from. 6-/9, 1/6. 8/0, up to 11/0. MEN'S STRONG Yv'ORKING SHIRTS, from<«/!>, 3/11, 4/G, 4/11, 5/6, 5/11, up to S/ll. MEN'S UNDERPANTS, from 2/6, 2/9/ 2/11, 3/0, 3/11, 4/6, 4/1-1, up to 10/6. MEN'S SOCKS, from 5M„ 1/, 1/3. 1/0, 1/11, 2/;!. MEN'S SOFT COLLARS, silk and cold, from 1/, i/3, 1/0. - OUR USUAL BIG ASSORTMENT. MEN'S PANAMAS.'from 7/11, 8/11.. 10/0,. 12/9, up to 27/0. MEN'S BOATER...

Publication Title: Recorder
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FIGHTING IN LISBON. (United Cable Service.) LISBON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

FIGHTfKQ IN LISBON. {United Cable Service.) LISBON, Friday. Troops assembled on Mont Sante hills and unfurled-the Monarchist flag-. A battery-at Lisbon shelled the troops, .which are reported to be commanded by an ex-Minister, Colonel Mendonca. , Blue ". jackets erected barricades in [Lower Lisbon in expectation of an. ad I'vance liy cavalry from Mont- Sante. • All political prisoners' except" those i who were murdered have been re I leased, . \ :

Publication Title: Recorder
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ARRANGING THE ARMISTICE. GERMAN STORY OF NEGOTIATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

ARRANGING THE ARMISTICE. f GERMAN STORY OF NEGOTIATIONS A member of the German Armistice Delegation communicates to the [ "Vossischc Z'eitung" the following ac count of' the meeting with Marshal Foch and the Allied delegates: . When on November 5 \ye left Spa in motor cars and reached the French, lines, we found enemy carriages al ready waiting; to take us. to the un known scene ; of negotiates. This motor tour with the French officers lasted ten hours, and it appears likely was intentionally - prolonged in order to drive us all over the devastaled pro vince, and prepare us by what we saw ■ lor- what was sliwtiy to be put before j us in the way'of hatred and revenge in ] the extremely severe armistice condi- i tio'ns. Now and again a..Frenchman « pointed silently to heaps of ruins, or mentioned a name. "Voila St. Quen tin." In the evening, wherever it was, a train stood/ready for us. The win dows of the carriages were curtained, and' when we awoke next morning tlje. t train stooU in...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
APPLE EXPORT TRADE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

APPLE EXPORT TRADE. (ReuterV Service.) - LONDON? Saturday. ; Mr W. M. Hughes has arranged for Australia to get. refrigerated space for the shipment of 15,000 cases of ap ples from Australia to England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

j NURSE BIBB J (Certificated Maternity Nurse, from . the Women's Hospital, Sydney), ■8th Street, Pirie West, back of Federal Hotel 30-14! SORE MUSCLES. . 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. .

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The Troubled World SOLEMN WARNSNG ISSUED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

SOLEMN WARNSNG ISSUED. ; Router's Service.) LONDON. -Friday. President Wilson and. the Allied as sociated Prime Ministers, and Foreign Ministers, and Japan's -representative's have agreed to transmit a world wide communication, stating- that they are deeply disturbed by the news of many inslances - in which "armed force is being used in various parts of Europe and the East to gain possession of territory the rightful claim of which the Peace Conference is to be asked to determine. They deem it their duly to utter a solemn 'warning that pos session gained by force will seriously prejudice the claims of those using such means. -

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