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POLICE COURT. RIDDING THE TOWN OF PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
POLICE COURT. RIDDING THE TOWN OF PESTS. j Captain G. Ei Cresw.ell, .T.P.,"adju dicated in the Police Court yesterday James Thomas Jarrold, charged with, being drunk, was fined; £2,xin default' seven days' imprisonment. As he had he en twice previously convicted within a short time he was charged with being an idle and disorderly per son, and, was sentenced to a month's imprisonment in Gladstone gaol, .lames Hewlett was charged with [being an incorrigible rogue, having i been previously convicted_o£ being a rogue and vagabond. He'was senlenc . ed to J\velve onths' imprisonment in l Gladstone gaol.
Labor Dispute OFFICIALS BETICIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
Labor Dispute OFFICIALS BETICIENT. Mr Lacey, president of the Port Piiiie branch'of the A.L P.. stated }&lt;»& ierday. that he was not authorised -to give any details of tiie steps leading up to the declaration that the Ladies' Labor Conuniltee was defunct.. From other sources it. was ascer tained that the trouble dates back to the last Parliamentary elections, when a breach occurred in the ranks of Uie ladies' committee. Tin; cause of this breach is obscure, but apparently it vvas connected with the election of the committee officials. .: A complication arose regarding- sustenation allow ances, and the disagreement became so acute that the executive decided to declare the committee defunct, pre sumably .with", a viewl to reorganising it. This was done over a month, ago, but it did not deter some of. the ladies meeting from time to time in the fAi.W.A. Hall. Finality had to be reached some . time, and the method taken to attain that end was indicated by the advertise...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
Ruthless Reductions in all S tocks r Our WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTY REDtiG " TIONS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking Slock. SEE OttR BARGAINS in Slsiish BAGS,' PURSES, Etc. BUY TO- »• DAY w'lilst^BIG SAYINGS are OBTAINABLE. Note these Wondrous Bargains - LH2ATHER BAGS, Superbly Finished, from .. .... ..... .. .2/6 v , . 4/6 . 12/6 Stroll thorugh and see the profusion of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities W w • . Importer, 1 1 1 Diamoiui Merchant, L#w L#1C VI: w f ^^^e,,er E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .. CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from
COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. Miss IT. J. Rogers is conducting tt series of cookery demonstrations at the Congregational Church Hall to ex plain the correct method of using An chor self-raising flour and other "goods packed under this brand. An iqvit-a* tion^is extended to all housewives to see these? demonstrations, which com mence daily at half-past two, Wed nesday excepted. * Afternoon tea will be provided. There will be no charge -for aclmjssiQi}.
In the Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
!n the Public Eye Mr. Lot O'Malley. secretary of the Port Pirie" branch of tiie A.W.A., is confined to his bed, owing to illness. Mr. O'Malley hopes to return to his duties in the course of' the next few clays. ■ Mr. and Mrs E. l^adefrian. of Poi*t Pirie, have received word wliich indi cates that their son, Sapper 3. F. Lademan, is on the homeward journey. They had a letter from him a fejv days ago to" say that I"- was at Weymouth (Eng.) and was coming home. A cable gram was received on Tuesday, as fol lows: "^bt; on Ulysses, influenza, well.''*-Apparentlyhis name was on lhor list to return by the Ulysses, but from a cause dup to influenza, whether in ^the camp pv referring to himself is 'not clear, he was unable to leave by that vessel. - *'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
AN AWKWARD TIME. Right in tbe busiest season, when you have the "least time to spare, you are most likely to "have an attack of diarrhoea ,and lose valuable time, un less -you have Chamberlais's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand and take a dose at tre first appearance of the di sease. Sold everywhere.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
• ' '' SORB MUSCLES. For soreness of tUe'muscles wheth er induce# by violent exercise or in jury, Chamberlain's Eain Balmv is ex cellent. This liniment is also highly esjeeiped for the relief it affords ip cases of rheumatism. Sold every where, ; :
The Germ Makers DEALING IN MILLIONS. DEAD FIGHT THE LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
.The Germ Makers DEALING IN MILLIONS. DEAD FIGHT TilE LIVING. " Germs are interesting little things; • Dr. Cleland and his staff are now en gaged in growing the inlluenza variety at the bacteriological laboratory at the Board of Health (writes the Sydney "Sun")- 'They have been engaged in the task for several months, working day iind-night—mostly at night, when they are free for interruption. Dr. Cleland talks of his charges al most with affection- And why should n't he? Science has invoked their aid to stamp out the scourge-which in other countries has decimated popula ■- lions. H' • ■ : * To the layman the laboratory Is a strange looking placer There are slf&ves by the hundred, and bottles in - bewildering numbers—all sorts of bot-1 - ties, big, small, and of fantistic shape, j and glass tabes, thousands of Ihem, [ and -glass * globes, like the sort tl\at contained the wax flowers our grand- ' mothers used " to have in the parlor. And every here and there is a gas jet.' Th...
Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
: Shipping High Water: To-day at 10:37 a.m. and 11 p.m. 1 The War Citadel cleared early yes terday morning' with a cargo of 2750, tons of: lead and 3019 tons of zinc concentrates for the United Kingdom, via Sydney and New Zealand. She will fill up with wool. - ' . Tile -Highland Monarch was delayed in leaving the BJLA.S. wharf yester day, o\sang to a slight accident to the propeller. She le.ft about 10 a.m. for tlie United Kingdom, '"via Sydney and Newcastle. The ship carries a cargo of about 4700 tons of lead and zinc dust, and will probably load up with |wool at Sydney. ' / - v Two Vessels Arrive. ^ Tire steamships Dailwen and Dag-~ hild'; entered the harbor yesterday fi y ing the yellow flag as a call " for the quarantine oflicer. They were board ed hy Dr. Leitcli, and pratique -was granted. The vessels had; been grant ed pratique at Fremaritle for all Aus ! tivilian ports. At- that port officers and I crew went through the inhalatoriuiu and the ships Were well tumigated. For ext...
TURKEY AFTER THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
TURKEY AFTER THE W.4R. An officer on "an Australian warship writes concerning Turkey and the after-war conditions in Constantin ople: ■ "We have been having a very inter est i'ng time recently. We went to the Dardanelles, calling at a Turkish port called Chanak,, where we embarked 350 Royal Marines, and then steamed, on to Constantinople, thence to Sebas topol, in the Crimea, where we dis embarked the marines, who were io' police the city, and who went to the shore armed to the teeth. The pas sage past the Gallipoli Peninsula was most interesting. We could see Anzac Beach, Suvla Bay, and the trenches and cemeteries of-Cape Hel les. The Turks, so the marines told us, had desecrated the British dead, exhuming the bodies and robbing them of" valuables. In fact they said "Cape Helles was simply a mass of bones. We saw the famous old Riyer Clyde, from whose decks' British troops fell in hundreds as they tried to land. Con stantinople, with its mosques and min arets, was very picturesque,...
SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
SHARE MARKET. Messrs Blieht Bros, sunply the fol lowing noonday anntations from the Adelaide Stork Exchange vppferday: Broken Hill, b 57/9, s 58/3.' British, old b 38/3, s 38/6. British, new, b''34/;-s 34/6. Junctions Cons., b 4/6, s -5/8. - Junction (paid), sales 6/. Junction North, h 12/3, s 12/0 Norths, sales 54/9. V ' South, b 53/. s 53/6. Wallaroo, b 40/9, s 41/6. Edna May, h S^O," s 10/3. Edna May Battler, con., b 10/10, s - ii/. . Edna May Centrals, b 14/10. s 15/1 Edna May Deeps, b 12/4, s 12/6. Great Boulder, b 10/9, s II/. Mararoa, b 4/, s 4/5. Riverinas, b 3d.r s 7d. * Zinc Corp. (ord.), b 24/9, s 25/6.
SHIPS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
SHIPS TO GOME. The Dailwen and the Daghild are Hid forerunners of a fleet of merchant ships on their way to Australia. The Challister (Dalgety and Co., agents) is-due-about-the. 1.0th, but she may be latf:*. She will take a stiffening cargo, probably sulphides, for Eastern ports. The Devon City (Elder Smith and Co.) is another ship on the way to Pirie for a cargo of ore.
ECGLAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
KCKJ LAYING COMPETITION. The Government poultry expert, Mr D..F. Lawrie, has announced the terms ami conditions of an egg-laying com petition to be held at Parafleld poultry station from April 1 next until March 31, 1920. There will be four sec tions :— No 1.—Single pen testing; light breeds. No 2.—Single pen testing; heavy breeds. Three birds constitute an entry in sections 1 and 2. Fee, 21s. each entry for three birds.'There are pens avail able for 88 entries o»ly foi' sections 1 and 2. V No 3.—Pen test; each pen. consists' of six birds; ligirt breeds. * No."4.-—Pen test: each pen consists of six birds; heavy breeds. Fee, 10s. each entry of six birds, sections 3 and 4. One hundred and twelve pens are available. If more pens are ap plied for, allotment will be decided by ballot. Certificates will be issued to owners of the first, second, and third bird in sections 1 and 2, and of the first, second, and third pens,in sec tions 3 and 4. Any person desirous of competing is required to...
OLGA PETROVA. THE LIFE MASK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
OLGA PETROVA. THE LIFE .MASK. - I 'At tlie Casino to-night 0!ga Petrova1 jwill be featured in' 'The Life Maslv," i a thrilling story of a young girl forced into marriage with a man she hates, j Freed by the death of the husband, she is about to seek happiness with the right man, when she is unjustly accused of murder. Right, however, triumphs, and the. end of the story is happiness for her and for him.
IRONWORKERS DISPUTE. ADELAIDE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
IRONWORKERS' DISPUTE. ADELAIDE, Thursday ..Following on abortive conferences between the employers an3 members of the ironworkers' union on Wednes day. a meeting of the iron trades' as sociation was held this morning', when it was -decided to stand by the ori ginal offer of 11/2 a day for inside and il/9 a day for outside work. This offer previously had been turned down by the men. It .is understood the men will not return. to work and the trouble will Vbe dealt with by the Industrial Court to-mor row morning, when" it is proposed to make an award.
REMODELLING THE FLOUR MILL. PREPARATIONS FOR THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
REMODELLING THE FLOUR NULL. PREPARATIONS FOR THE, FUTURE. Work at the Adelaide flour mills, Ellen, street,: has been suspended for a remodelling of the plant on up to date lines. The plant is one of the oldest roller constructed mills in South Aus tralia; and has been about 30 years in use. It is proposed to dismantle the s present;plant, and install a new engine of the cross eonpound vertical mar ine type; Practically the whole of the inside of the mill will be taken out, relaid in sequence to bring the plant up to date. The boilers now in use will be retained. With the installation of' tljc newv plant the capacity- of the flour mill will be increased by at least 50 per cent., and the quality of the product will be: improved. It Is expected that the mills will be closed for a month or six weeks. '• . The local manager of the Adelaide Milling Company, Ltd.. is Mr. S. Jones.
ANZAC RETURNS QUIETLY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
ANZAC RETURNS QUIETLY. Sergeant J. Liddy, whose people reside in Pirie West, arrived in Port &nbsp; Pirie yesterday afternoon. No intimation of his expected arrival having &nbsp; been received, he was not given a formal public welcome, though the Mayor, &nbsp; and Mr. G. A. Degenhardt, president of the Fathers of Sailors and Soldiers' Association did not let the occasion pass without a hand-shake and an &nbsp; expression of regret that more could &nbsp; not be done. Sergt. Liddy was one of the original 16th Battalion, and was afterwards transferred to the 14th Battalion. He was at Gallipoli, and. did his share of fighting in France.