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IRONWORKERS' APPLICATION. PRESERVATION OF MARGINAL RATES. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

IRONWORKERS' UPPLlC\VTION. PRESERVATION OF MARGINAL - RATES. ADELAIDE. Monday; The hearing- of an application by the Federal Implement, Machinery and: Ironworkers' Association that marginal differences over- the recent living wa?c of 9/ a day. be maintained above the new living- wage of 10/0 a day in the agricultural implement makers' indus try was .contained to-day at the Indus trial Court before Mr Deputy Webb. Mr McNamara submitted a schedule - showing the amounts asked for for different branches of the work. He maintained that they varied from a fosv npnee" ud to lOd. a day. | The Deputy President said he thought they would average about 6d. , " *T*i a clay. Judging by the .list prepared: hy Mr McNamara, Mr Boykett said the average would be between'. 6d. and Io.i. * The position was that South Australian employers had to compete wilh manufacturers in other States and with implements imported from overseas. South {Australian employ ers could not afford to pay higher rai&l...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COASTAL SHIPPING RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

COASTAL SHIPPING RATES. The .dispute between Coast Steam ships Ltd. and; the seamen employed . on 'the; company's coastal steamers has *; been settled. New conditions are to . ' prevail from February 1, or as near that" date* as circumstances permit. Deeli boys are to be given notice on-; return from their present trip, and no engineroom boys willbe carried in future. ' • • ■

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Industrial Differences ADELAIDE DRIVERS' CLAIMS. EMPLOYES RESENT DELAY. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Industrial Differences ADELAIDE DRIVERS' CLAIMS. EMPLOYES RESENT DELAY. ADELAIDE, Monday. All is 1101 > welf~with the Drivers' Uniun. it is asserted ' that unless something- tangible is done, shortly to improve wages and conditions; serious trouble will arise.* The men are dis satisfied with what they claim to be undue delay in the" settling- of their complaints. Tliey regard the empluy ers' reply as equivalent to a direct re fusal to meet- in conference, because - the jurisdiction of the Wages Board is lirni ted by the Factories Act,. and i t would deal only with part of the griev ances of the men. A mass meeting of members of the union is to be called for Saturday night to consider any reply 'which the employers might send.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

SHIPPING. High Water: To-day at 9.37 a.m. unci 9.57 p.m. The s. Daghild is due at Port Pirie lo-rnoiTOw, and will take in a cargo of ore stiffening prior to proceeding to' eastern ports. The s. Dailwea is due. on Friday. She will load wheat i for Mediterranean ports. Both steam ers are consigned to Messrs Geo. j Wills and Co. .

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
JUMPERS' FLAT HANDICAP One mile and a quarter. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

JUMPERS' FLAT HANDICAP Oin: mile ami a quarter. llCUynist- .10 0 i'aruturrali y io nesmo y § On Parade y '0 Patron's Deii£lit '■) 0 Vanuira l> 2 Mci'iiloo .. y 0 Carhnaiion .. .. .. .. 8 10 War Win "i . ....... .... 8 8 Socinus .. .. .... .. ... 8> S Ttiackaringa Billy . 8 7 Sir Mael^wyn 8 7 LADIES' BRACELET HANDICAP, Seven furlongs. ]>iosirunt .. .. .. .. . 10 G Silver Steed .. .. .. .. .. 'J A Disturb .. .... 8 1-3 Sirinieform . . .. ._ 8 10 Graliosa . 8 9 First Step ............ 8 7 Marnoeli 8 3 Jancly .. . . . 8 2 /.leal Tiling •» 7 13 Tasuo .. 7 12 Papinyafonn ' *" F.H.i-:. . . - J. s Karpakora 7 8 Roneas.it Buy . . .»: 7 8 Cuuiv.y . . 7 ^ Bob Manor ...... 7 t lankly Koran .. .. .. '• ' Yanta-ra ...... .. ?

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

POLICE COURT. Joseph Crowe, laborer, a middle aged - man. was lined £*2, with 15/ costs, in the Police Court yesterday morning, before Captain G. E. Crcs I well. J.P., for using indecent language. The: defendant, was arrested .by Con stable* John 11. Frcneh on Saturday afternoon. He expressed regret for having used bad language, and stated in excuse that he was drunk at the lime. ^ "

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PIRIE TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

* PIRIE TOWN COUNCIL. . A meeting of the Port Pirie Town Council was held last night. -There ) were present: The-MayorA. B. Forgan).* Grs. L. A. Hopkins, T. R. Taylor. M. L. Warren, J. Firmin Jen kins,M. E. Goode, and the town clerk f.Mr. E. E .Garrett). Mayor's Report. The Mayor reported since last meet j ing the- death of Mr. Fred Sampson's •son as - the result of an accident; He . also referred to the illness of Cr. H. j 5. Pinilott. A letter of condolence ; was asked to be sent to the Sampson family and one of sympathy to .Cr. Pinilott. ; Tenders. 11. M. O'Loughlin's offer was ac cepted io supply 500 cubic yards of stone at G/G per yard, to be delivered before.the end of the year. Mr. \V. E. Seanlan, secretary of the Fathers of Sailors and Soldiers' As sociation, asked for permission to ■place the honor roll and ii supplemen tary roll on the allotted space in the main entanee Mil. The Mayor ex plained thai the rolls would . contain about 160 names of the sons of mem : bers of th...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder Published Daily. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1919. HOUSES AND HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Ihe Jtecoxbtx Published Daily. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY i, 101'J. HOUSES A1MD HF.AUTH. Nothing is more essential tu health than decent,-sanitary accommodation. This is apparent when the time spent iu hia home by the ordinary indi vidual is considered. That- Port Pine is lacking in this highly important fac tor is undeniable. It is a fault that should be rectified as soon as .the na tural and other difficulties can he overcome. Th'c steps taken to prevent an outbreak of Spanish influenza show that Hi.j local .authorities, and, indeed, IIie people as a whole, are not callous to the health of the town. But this is not sufficient. Epidemics from time to time sweep through a community'ami by file number ol' casualties at the time, concentrate public attention on their cause, cure ami prevention.1 In the meantime, from season to .season, preventable disease runs its course- and although 'not:so spectacular it is pro bably, in the aggregate, more deadly. Enteric makes its annual appearance in Pir...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Wanted Column. Under this heading 10 words (if prepaid}, i/; three consecutive inser tions, 2/0. No advertisement booked ' under 4/. TO Lei, two .Furnished Rooms, with I use of kitchen. Apply II. ft. cox, buck Globe Hotel. twth TO Let, large Furnished Room, with use dining room, kitchen, bath and wash-house, suit married couple, no children. Apply "First," this office. I : WANTED to Rent, 2 or 3 Unfurnished Rooms, with ute of kitchen. Apply "W.J.G.," Recorder office. twlh £25 GASH, .3 J Motor Bike, good order, trial, owner left- district." Buck Hc-ghes', Tobacconist, next Railway Hotel, Solomontown. Iwth WANTED, Smart Assistant for shop. Ernest J. Francis. twth FOR Sale,' privately. Household Furni ture, cheap- Apply <Mrs O'A'eiil, Third street, Island, Port- Pirie. Iwt WE have two i-roomed SVone Villas for Sale, immediate ■ possession, terms. Williams, building contrac tor, West. twill l-'0R Sale, Tip-dray, Horse and Har ness, in good order, £25. F. Wurm and Son. Ellen s...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AVIATOR KILLED AT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

AVIATOR. KII.LKD AT RACKS. Mr. C. M. Hill, the Canterbury • (N.Z.) Aviation Company's chief in-' ■ stnictor, was killed mstjinlaneously ' last. Saturday afternoon wink' flying : over the Rieeailon racecourse. lie was putting a new machine through evolutions for the hen lit ol' the racc crowd when a wine- collapsed, and ; the machine crashed to cart.!! and was broken into fragments. The crowd was horror-struck. Mr. Hill was an , Kng'hshman, and was trained at Hen i don.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRICES OF DRUGS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

PRICES OF DRUGS. The Prices Commissioner states that nrices of fini?s and medicines have been fixed from February 25 last. The order covers ouinine, creosote, aspir in.-" aspro. salacetis acid, phenacetin. eaffciu, tincture of iodine, friar's bal sam, menthol, liquid menthol, eucalyp tus, formalin, permansauate of pot ash. camphor, medicinal oils, boraeic acid, and all preparations which they or any of them form ft component part.

Publication Title: Recorder
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GOMPERS CONFERS WITH GERMANS. (Reuter's Service.) NEW YORK, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

GOMPERS CONFERS WITH GERMANS. (Reuter's Service.) •SEW YORK. Sunday. The newspapers applaud ihe deei? i>>n of Mr Gompers to send a delega-' lion Qf the American Federation of L;t'r,or Lo confer willt the ficrmans at the Labor Congress at Berne.

Publication Title: Recorder
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"HOW DO WE STAND?" LONDON, Sunday. (United Cable Service). [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

"HOW DO WE STAND?" LOxM>ON, Sunday. (United Cable Servine). Mr K'iiUi Murdoch. teiepj"aj>ii>ns irom. Paris on Saturday says: It has been a stormy, week. wilh serious hours and rtjuisrerous moments?. Mow do we stand? li has been difii cidt thrnu.^lKilil It. irul full informa tion. -Now -i!« is wors<\ Presfdout Wilson talks about open rovemuts, yet his -^thunderous jSfo ti'sts on Wednesday, charging- the Bri tish delegates wilh talking- {o the press lias enshrouded the "Bier Five," as I he- Americans call the leaders, in a deeper and more inscrutable veil. The. delegates have not .been regaled with any taiic mention of the •"Five's" secret?. President Wilson, wishes to move stealthily and silently forward, until in a f«w days, amid a tumult of applause, he will mega phone world-wide and home the de L-laration of the establishment of the League of Nations. Doubtless he is right. It is vital that the league should set-sail wilh the benedictions of all the Allied peo ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LITTLE WARS RAGING. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

LITTLE WARS RAGING.' (Hej-iier's Service.) - LONDON. S.iiui'ii.iv. Jailer's correspondent., at Stock holm says an Esthonian communique stales that an enemy counter attack lit Udirection of P<H.siu»py was re, ptilseil with heavy losses. We cut the W.-dk-Piokoff railway near Petshorv, an'J advanced in the direction of Wcri'o. despite a violent resistance. Router's correspondent at Amster dam \says "thi.it the KoniscDe "Volk? ..Zi:iturig"'. states that Austrian East Silesia has been entirely occupied by the Czechs after heavy fig-Ming- with the Poles.

Publication Title: Recorder
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PORTUGAL A MONARCHY. MANCEL'S RETURN AWAITED. (Reuter's Service.) MADRID, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

PORTUGAL A MONARCHY. MANTEl/S RETURN AWAITED v ll'iuter's Scrviee.} \r uinm >!inibi A message from Opurlo uu Satunb;' -•ivs Unit as the Monarchist vicloii-s ;iru eonlirmed n Xatiomd Government h::-i constituted with M. P.iiva Cwneeiru a.s Premier, and War Minis tor. T)h- Government controls a \nr:~'' });u'f of Portugal and is awaiting' Ifu; arrival of ex-King .M;uiwho Ifiis been living in Ehgliiml since his de l«'Si!ioi! in l!h; year IS JO. ,

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

2 BIG STAR SPECIALS. 2, 2 BIG STAR SPECIALS..2 Tonight Td+Wight ALICE BRADY, the Picture Idol, in the Big Sensation, A "DARING AND EXCITING DRAMA. STAR No. 2: ■ P^ADGE EVANS, the Rlidget Star, in a Glorious Romance, ^ NEIGHBORS - A GREAT SUPPORTING BILL. " TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. CASINO—-TO-NIGHT. Licensed Laud Brokers, Financiers,;and" Property Agents." Have HOMES FOB SALE In Good Loeslities on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. 700 B* Allotments near Smelters, aad some aUll u fcasdy So Company's Buildings. Several townships to Select From. From J5t Deposit W© Gasr Supply the Land BoHcl - ¥©u the House , And Lend You the Money All JDcssassis under Real Property Act prepared bj car Espcri Con veyancers. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. OFFISH; HL1K&HDIR 8T8SET. J TV and VALUE PRICES. WIIY? Because we import direct from English and American Manufac turers. Bccausc our Jewellery comes di ! reel to us from Melbourne and Sydney Factories. Bccuuse we Pay SpuL Cash fur all Our...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

BIRTH. FOGG. —On the 16th January, at Weeroona, to Mr and Mrs A. Fogg — a son, Robert Weeroona (Roon). IN MEMORIAM. MARSHALL. —In loving remembrance   of our dear husband and father,   W. J. Marshall, who died on February   4, 1918.   There is one link death cannot sever, Love's remembrance lasts for ever. —Inserted by his loving wife, daughters and sons.  

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPEN-AIR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

OPEN-AIR CONCERT. " The Excelsior Band will give the tii-st of a series of open-air entertain ments at 8 o'clock this evening in the children's playground. A specially selected program will be submitted.

Publication Title: Recorder
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The Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919. LABOR'S HIGH DESTINY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

i _ Published Daily. j ——■———-— ; i WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919. j LABOR'S HIGH DESTINY. strikes and riols, _ bolshevism raising its - ugly 'head in many parts of tiie world, the col lapse of monarchies in Central Europe and the downfall of tiie re public in Portugal; heated controver sy as to the disposal of Hie German colonies—with all these disturbances the worried worl'1 is yet far from the peace that makes glad the 'heart of man. Nevertheless such disturb ances are only to be expected. They are in accord with I he natural course of things. Arouse the anger of a "mail and his mental disturbance simmers on. Break into the orderly activity of a hive of bees and their buzz and their eagerness to sling will last per haps for hours. The world is still poisoned with the spirit-of conflict, and cannot hope to attain complete sanity, until this poison by pat ient and gradual measures, has been worked out of- the body corpor ate. Some benefit is sure to come to civilisation - from' all ....

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

:.es ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY. OR A .MOBSTER 6-ACT STAR .FEATURE FROM THE WORLD FILM STUDIO MONTAGUE LOVE as Cardinal Mercier, JEANNE EAGLES as Liane. .1 iar e'r V PICTURE THAT HAS CREATED A 'STIR. HUNDREDS UNABLE TO GAIN ADMISSION DURING ITS RECORD ADELAIDE SEASON. ^ DON'T MISS IT TO-NIGHT A SPLENDID SUPPORTING .'.PROGRAM. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. CASINO-—TO-NIGHT, ■Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers, and Property Agents. Have K0M23 FOB SALE ia Good Localities on SMALL DEPOSITS find EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. •700 R*g AiIdseilts near Smellers, ami some handy to Company s Boiidings. Several townships to Select From. All Dosumeats under Hetl Property Ac I prepared by our Expert Con veyancers. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. OFFICE: &L£3CSiS9£S STitSgT. Xmas Presents JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Are Slill UNSURPASSED for QUAL ITY and VALUE at the LOWEST PRICES. WHY? Because we Import direct from v- English and American Manufac • hirers. Because our Jewellery comes di rect to us from Melbo...

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