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RETURNING SOLDIER ADELAIDE, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

RETURNING SOLDIER ADELAIDE. Wednesday The Australian soldiers who arc re turning on the TaTcada are expected to arrive al the Adelaide railway station at three thirty or? Thursday afternoon.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FAREWELL TO MR AND MRS HAMP FUNCTION AT BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

FAREWELLTO MR ,4ND IVIRS HAIHP FUNCTION AT BAPTIST CHURCH. The Baptist Lecture Hall, Port Pirie, was crowded, on . -Tuesday evening when a farewell social was tendered by church members to Mr and Mrs W. |E. Hamp, who are leaving this morn ing to reside at Dulwich, Adelaide. Tlie attendance and the atmosphere of the meeting showed in a marked de~ !gree theu great amount of love and re spect gained by Mr and Mrs Hamp I during- their eleven years' sojourn here. I The chairman ( (Rev. -Andrew Gow [ ans) spoke in eulogistic terms of the [ untiring zeal displayed by Mr Hamp in his work for the church, a zeal which I extended into the life of the town. He jwas not only a benefactor to the church, but to the whole district. Many a poor widow and many a man at one time "down and out" will not - soon forget the help and advice so freely, yet so quietly, given by Mr Hamp. Mrs W. Pelham, on behalf "of the mothers, related how Mrs Hamp was one of the ciiief movers in augurat ing the Mothers' Mee...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

THE TEMPERATURE. '..Mr H. E. Le Licvre supplies the fol lowing thermometer shade readings: Maximum . . . .. . 95.1 deg. Minimum .. , . '.. . 73.3 deg. WEATHER FORECAST. Fine rising temperature and north erly winds; unsettled later north for north and north-west.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

SHIPPING. High water: Today, at 10.32 a.m., and 10.25 p.m. The s. Kadina, Adelaide Steamship Company, agents, will leave the B.H. -A.S. wharf shortly for Sydney and Newcastle with a cargo of lead , ; The Highland Monarch, ■ Howard Smith, agents, leaves the anchorage at 9 a.m. to-day for London via Sydney and Newcastle. The vessel lias a cargo of 4,484 tons lead and-250 tons zinc dust for the inter-State ports; where she will load up with wool for London. The War Citadel will complete load ing its cargo of concentrates and pig lead this morning, and will leave for. inter-State ports in the east. Messrs. Geo. Wills & Co., were ad vised of the expected arrival in this port of the Dayhild yesterday, and the Daelwin on Friday. The Dayhild had not reached the harbor last night.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IRONWORKERS CONFERENCE POSTPONED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

IRONWORKERS CONFERENCE - J POSTPONED. . ' The secretary of the r Port. Pirie branch of the Ironworkers Federation Mr. J - Y»'. Robinson, has received an in timation that -the annual conference >f the Council" of the Federation, which was to have opened in Brisbane on February 14, lias been postponed ndefinitely owing to the restrictions on travelling due to the outbreak of influenza.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder Published Daily. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1919. THE HOUSING PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

Published: Daily. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1919. THE HOUSING PROBLEM. Such facts as were disclosed in "The Recorder" yesterday concerning the shocking -.housing conditions in which some residents of Pirie are living arouse strong .doubt; as to whether, after all, -Mhe' town possesses any strong sense of civic pride. Nojme who is at all susceptible to the needs of other men ami women can gloss over the undoubted facts which have been brought to light. It may be that the feeling of indilTcrence . that, follows upon,.,oft repeated experience has blunted the susceptibiliities of land lords and the authorities, it may be, also, that -the difficulties of providing sufficient^ decent housing accommoda-. tion for the growing population of Port Pirie. have been too great to be tackled successfully by those whose practice, or business it lias been to at tend to such matters. Whatever the explanation the fact remains that the housing conditions are bad; they are so bad as to destroy the peace and...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

HEROES OF THE WAR. IVY.—Jn sad but Joying memory of our dear son and brother, Private (Alien. G. II. Ivy, 16th Battalion, who was killed in action in France on Feb ruary 6, 1917. • Deeply loved. We pictured his safe returning-, And longed to clasp his hand; But death has altered our meeting. Some day we may understand. —Inserted" by his loving mother, fath er, sisters and brother, of George street, Scdomontown, and elsewhere.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A SUITABLE INSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

A SUITABLE INSCRIPTION. Mr. Rudyard Kipling was asked by the Imperial War Graves Commission to ehoose an" Inscription for the great stone which is to be plaeed as a monu ment in each of our sadly numerous war cemeteries abroad. His choice.will commend itself instantly to every per son. Nothing could be simpler, finer or more appropriate than the phrase from Eeclesiasticus about famous men —"Their name liveth for ever more."

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

CYCLING. A meeting of the Flinders Cycle Club will be held at 8 o'clock-to-night at the Pirie Hotel. ■ Another billy run will be held on -Sunday, starting from Lewis' bicycle shop at 10 a.m.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COAL ECONOMY WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

COAL ECONOMY WISE. Owing to the paralysis of sea-going traffic caused by the outbreak of in fluenza and the quarantine restrictions imposed there is likely to be a short age of coal for some time in Port Pirie. Mr. H. Jackson, superintendent of the gantries, said yesterday that there was no news of any collier on its way to Port Pirie, and it might be some time before any more coal sup plies would be received here. These' is no indication at present of any local shortage, but manufacturers arid other users of coal are advised to exercise the strictest' economy.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROTESTANT FEDERATION [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

r PROTESTANT FEDERATION : In addition to the office-bearers mentioned in "The Recorder" of Mon day, the Rev. A, Gowans and the Rev. W. T. Shapley were elected vice-pre sidents of the Port Pure branch of the Protestant Fcdeartion.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Labor Dispute LADIES IN DISGRACE. COMMITTEE DECLARED DEFUNCT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

Labor Dispute LADIES IN DISGRACE. COMMITTEE DECLARED DEFUNCT. Troubles in certain circles of the Labor .party has arisen in Port Pirie. For some reason not yet.disclosed, the local ladies' committee of Ihe Aus tralian* ."Labor. Party, has come into conflict with the governing body of the Port Pirie branch of Hie party. What ever the point at issue, its importance was such as to lead lu a heated con troversy, _ \yhjch Juss.been goings on for some days past. . ' " - '. ' " ; Several members of'the .-ladies' com-'' mittee have been.held during.the past week, and ort the other hand, the governing body of/the branch has giv en the matter serious consideration. Efforts were made by wellwishers to smooth over. Ihe-'difficulty,.-but with out effect. . - - . - v The executive of the, local branch of the A.L.P. has now taken the ex treme steps of declaring the ladies' committee as a unit in labor polities'to be defunct. This decision was com municated to the secretary of ihe AAV. A. The ladie...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"Nowhere to Live." PIRIE HOUSING CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

" Nowhere to Live." PIRIE HOUSING1 CONDITIONS. ( Efforts were made yesterday to get in touch with the Mayor (Mr Fbrgan) with a view to obtaining his opinion on the article that appeared in "The •Recorder" yesterday on the housing problem in Pirie. Unfortunately Mr Forgan was absent from Pirie until ' the evening. On his return he said he had had no opportunity of studying the article and would not be prepared to make a staement before to-day. The Town Clerk said he had notli- ^ ing to say on the subject until after the-^layor and councillors had expres-. sed their views. (To the Editor of "The Recorder."} SiLV-^-Your edition of Wednesday contained an article on the housing problem of this town which, if any thing, fails to do justice to the appal ling conditions under which many of us live.. My own case is one of many. A little over a:year, ago I came here_with my family to live. My wages are sufficient for our needs, and I was lire pared to pay a fair rent for a home. Bu t even tho...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY. CASINO To-Nighf To-Wight CARDINAL MERCIER OR THE CROSS BEARER A MONSTER 6-ACT STAR FEATURE FBU.M THE WORLD FILM STUDIOS MONTAGUE LOVE as Cardinal Mepcieiy JEANNE EAGLES as Liane. A PICTURE THAT HAS CREATED A STIR. HUNDREDS UNABLE TO GAIN ADMISSION DURING ITS, RECORD ADELAIDE SEASON. DON'T IW!SS IT TO-NIGHT " A SPLENDID SUPPORTING PROGRAM. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. CASINO—TO-NIGHT. Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers^ and Property Agents. Ha78 HOMES FOR SALE In Good Localities on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FOBTNIGHTLY PAYMENT3. 7jftA guiiding AilolmeBls nearSmeliers, and some ■l—Jto Company's Several townships to Select From From J21T Deposit W® Gan -Supply the Land \ ByiicS You the House And Lend You the Money All CoauoisEta itcder Ketl Property Act prepared by cur Expert Con veyancers. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. CPF103; &LSKMOSR STRSZT. Xmas Prese nts H. FLETT & SON JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Are Still UNSURPASSED for QUAL ITY and VALUE at the LOWEST...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

A.WiA, NOTICE. Owing' Lu the fact that the AUS TRALIAN LABOR PARTY LADIES' COMMITTEE in PORT PIRIE being DECLARED DEFUNCT, the ENGiAGE MENT of the A.W.A, HALL by the above Committee has been CANCEL LED by "the Executive of the A.W.A. iSgxl.) L. J. 0'Mt;VLLEY, Secretary. A. E. TURLEY. President. AHSTRAUJiN NATIVES? ASSOCIA Tiora. MIXED BRANCH. " PORT PIRIE LODGE, No. 30. M.<-ts : every MONDAY NIGHT after Smelter Pity a.t 7.30 p.m., at the A.W.A. Hall. President:" S. J. Davis. J. S. HOCKING, Secretary. Box 69. R. A. 0. B. GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND. ' PIRIE No. 19. Meets Every MONr>AY NIGHT at the INTERNATIONAL HALL. : , SOLOMONTOWN No. 53. Meets E\e iVEDNESDAY NIGHT at ST. ANTHONY'S SCHOOLROOM. WE^T SUBURBAN, No. 45. Meets Mer\ 1-RID AY NIGHT at WEST SUBURBAN HALL, - : ~ ^

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TERRITORY GRABBING. CZECHS AND POLES IN CONFLICT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

TERRITORY GRABBING; ZEC1I3 AND POLES IN CONFLICT. (Ileuter's Service.) . . . LONDON, Tuesday. A communique from Paris on Mon day states that representatives of the Great: Powers, referring to the con flict between the Czechs and the Poles at Teschen, in consequence of which ihe_ mining districts of "Gstrawa and Karwin and the railway from 0fen berg to Teschen and Jabbingkaa have been occupied by the Czechs, declare as follows: They remind the national ities submitting territorial questions to the conference that they must not oc cupy territory which they claim. Pending the Conference's decision, that- part of the railway line north ward to Teschen and the mining re gions will remain in the Czechs' occu pation, while the southern section of the line, including the town of Tes chen, to Jabbingkati, will be entrusted to the Poles. The representatives of the Powers consider it necessary to ^end a com mission of control to avert conflicts ;n the Teschen region and conduct an enquiry on w...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Bolshevist Atrocities HORRIBLE RUSSIAN BRUTALITY LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

Bolshevist Atrocities HORRIBLE RUSSIAN BRUTALITY LONDON, Tuesday. The French newspaper Le^Petit Parisien publishes - new details of the murder of the Russian Imperial fam ily, according- to which the Grand • . Duchesses were violated under the 1 eves of their parents before they were "tilled. | BOLSHEVISTS IN CHILE. ! {> (Router's Service.) s VANCOUVER, Tuesday; i A message from- Antofagasta, Chile, says that alarming Bolshevist- disord ers have culminated in the agitators, demanding the establishment of a new Government. \^

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WINNA GET PAST DUNDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

WINNA GET PAST DUNDEE. A Highland farmer handed a rather frail-looking box -.to the porter at" a railway station iri Scotland.; "Dae ye j think this is strong- enough to trust to ^ the van" he asked.- 'I doot it's no," replied the porter: ''but we'll see.".He lifted the box high in the air and let it 1 fall with a crash. "It'll get that here," he said. "An' it'll get that"—giving1 it another bang—"at. th'e^ junction. An' at Dundee it'll get that." The third ; "that" burst- the box, and its contents ! were scattered over the plaform. The i porter. shook his head. "Na," he said. ' I think it winna get past Dundee. If it's goin' further it's no' strong enough." - Speaking with reference to the out break the chairman .of the Board of Health (Dr. Robertson) said although .the disease is spreading the death rate does not appear to be high. The virulence is not of a high order. Those w ho have had influenza will have a certain measure of protection against a further attack. ' Dr. Newton, m...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCES. MARGINAL DIFFERENCES CLAIMED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCES. MARGINAL DIFFERENCES CLAIMED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. The State Industrial Court to-day Ward an application by the employes of- the 'Colonial Sugar Refining Com pany for a variation, of an award to raise their wages in accordance with the Increase in the living' wage. Mr. Deputy President Webb'presided. Mr Hunkih asked that the minimum wage in- the industry should be fixed it 66/ a week, and that-all, employes receiving more than the minimum be granted the existing margina differ ences. - Mr Napier- maintained, that the award should be opened only for the purpose of raising the wages of-those whose pay was below that of the liv ing wage. 0 The Deputy President said the point raised should not be decided without the cognisance of the President,"who might- require to hear argument on it. For that reason lie declined to proceed further with the case, though he pointed outj that, even under the rule referred to' the employes received less than the living wage, of 10...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

A CARD. Mr A. E. BOLT, Dental Surgeon (late of, BrisW- has JOINED in Practice of Dentistry. Mr. H. <3.—AF FORD, Surgeca Dentist, Ellen street," Port Pirie. / 94q

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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