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CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

CARPENTERS AND JOINERS. . ADELAIDE, Friday. There lias-been fefflin.g of dissatis faction anions- carpenters and joiners I employed at sawmills in the metro politan area for some time in regard to the rates being paid in .accordance witli the determination of the wages board. Meetings, were held recently ;n each mill and the opinion was ex pressed that, an extra 1 / per day should be requested.. The carpenters ind joiners in the sawmills in the me tropolitan area held a stop work meeting to-day. Mr G. II. Boylrett made the follow ing statement: "Mr President Brown made an award for the carpenters of 44 hours per week following the job, and 48 hours in factories or ware warehouses. by mutual agreement. The union subsequently asked th^t the" hours be 44 per week all round. When the employes were in the wit ness box they slated they were pre pared to accept a reduction of 7/6 per week if tliey were granted 44 hours' ■ill round. The union lost the ease in the court. Now it is trying to ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

TECHNICAL SCHOOL. The Port Pirie Technical School re sumes; its operation next Monday. The opening ceremony will take place on the following Wednesday. This year the council has decided to start, tuition in practical mathema tics. It is more particularly a subject for the tradesman than for the ordin ary student, but it will act as a step ping- stone, to. the course subjects. The idea is to teach nlathematics to the •tradesman who may not have the ad vantage of a good education or had I forgotten much of what he received j at school, andi to give him just that, course of stu,dv in its simplest form that lie will be 'aWe.-.to'. apply it to his 1 trade. Thete is much in ordinary i mathematics that is .dull to the aver age tradesman, so the school will 'en deavor to arrange a line of work which will eliminate as far as possible" the pure theoretical material: anil : corifine itself to the application of the , principles rather than to the investi gation of^Uie same principles. Stu*s de...

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APPEAL FOR THE BLIND. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

APPEAL FQR THE Mi*. J. A. favy, representative of the j Blip<r Assvlum, Adelaide, will make I ills annual visit to .Port Pir-ie next } week to collect funds for the institu- I tloa. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH CF CHRIST. l.Q.O.F. Hall, Florence Street. - 11 .i-iii-. Worship, "Evidences of Christ's Divinity"; 7 p.m., Gospel Ser vice, "The Hour of DestinyPreach er, Pastor J. E. Shipway. METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. ALEXANDER '.STREET. Morning, 11, Rev. Edgar Miller. Evening,; 7, Rev. W. 'T. . Shapley. "Why all This Unrest?" TENNYSON. HARVEST FESTIVAL. Morning-, 11, Rev. Gordon Rowe. Afternoon, 3, Rev. W. T. Shapley. .Male Quartette. Evening, 7, Rev. Edgar Miller. MONDAY,-8 O'Glock. -PLEASANT EVENING. AND FRUIT SOCIAL. t Admission, Sixpence. SOLOMONTOWN METHODIST CHURCH. 11, Rev. W. T. Shapley. 7,' Rev. Gordon Rowe. HARVEST FESTIVAL NEXT SUNDAY. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Florence Street. ■ Minister: Rev. Thomas D. Webb. .1! a.m., "The Fragrant Life." . 7 p.m., "A Testing^ Question." The Congregational Churcli wel comes to its worship Everybody. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 11 a.m.. "The Lord's.Pulpit." 7 p.m.,'"The Abiding- Christ.1' Pastor P. E. Wykle. THE SALVATION ARMY. MEETINGS...

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STRANGE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

STRANGE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. (Reuters Service.) 'PARIS. Thursday. Five people were killed on the Paris -.Metz railway under circumstances that are puzzling" the authorities. 0,n entering- a tunnel two German coaches ifilled with obnoxious gas and burst into flamps.

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Industrial Differences IRONWORKERS ON STRIKE. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

IRONWORKERS ON STRIKE. ADELAIDE, Friday. At a meeting of membes of the ironworkers' lAssociation the men de cided to cease work. The employers iad offered them 11/2 a day for in jide aad li/l) a day for outside work, rhe workers would not accept those .ales. . The secretary of the union (Mr M. Collaton)'told a reporter -to-day .hat the workers felt that they could :oi approach the State Arbitration •JourI while it was sitting as a wages joard. Other classes of employes than boilermakers and blacksmiths' assistants were involved and the men wanted to have all the matters in dis pute settled at one hearing. The fet ilers, moulder^' assistants and fur nace men in the foundries would join .heir fellow workers in the stoppage, .hat would result in a suspension, of ,he moulding industry. "There is lit Je likelihood,-' added Mr Collaton, "that the trouble.1 will extend beyond Jie branches I have mentioned."

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League of Nations INTERNATIONAL NAVY. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

INTERNATIONAL WAVY. (Reuter's Service.} LONDON, Thursday, Prospects are" bright.. for ■ the com pletion of the initial constitution of the League of Nations in time for the general Peace Conference. The major ity of members of the Conference at the. week end apears to be agreed that the most effective weapon of the League will be an economic boycott through blockade enforced by an in ternational fleet to which Britain-will be the chief*contributor. VANCOUVER, -Thursday The Paris correspondent . of the Montreal'"Star," in supporting .Mr. W. M. Hughes' feeling of dissatisfaction at the mandatory system of control of ex-German colonies, says "There is" a feeling- that President Wilson is play mg too leading a part and that the oth er powers are giving too much ground on questions involving far reaching principles. The Canadian delegate is watching the Australians' struggle closely, as the outcome may create a precdent that wiir deeply affect all the Domnions. It- must not be for gotten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

—The— ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP Co. Iitat • will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide asunder: (Circumstances Permitting). For Port Pirle, W.A., Pt. Lincoln. S.S.QUORNA, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOIl PORT ADELAIDE, Via Ports Augusta and Lincoln. , ' " " ' : S.S. 'QUQ.RNA, EVERY MONDAY. • ' y pOALMERCHANTS. OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE §TEAHl§Hip GO.j -LTg.

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"FLU" PROFITEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

- "FLU' -PllOFlTKEKS. " • The price fixing' authorities have considered it necessary to intervene further for the protection of the pub lic in relation to the influenza epidemic. Under an order which was issued on Tuesday, butter muslin — or gauze, a textile which has come into favor in the manufacture of- masks—has bpeii declared a "necessary cojnmocl ily.!'. In the' samp category have been placed phenol and,.vaseline. It has been decreed tlraT the prices, generally pre ; vailing for these commodities sliull be those which were charged on 241h January last. These ordprs apply throughout the Gqmmonwcalth,. ^ Messrs M. We?'on and J. Forgan, - of Grystal Brook, have been appointed Justices of the peace,

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British Strikes SITUATION EASIER. SOME POINTS OF AGREEMENT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

SITUATION EASIER. SOME POINTS OF "AGREEMENT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday Night. The railway strike in London lias been settled, including the strike of tube employes. ' V . LONDON, Thursday. The strike is spreading through the railways in .South-western England. Trains are not operating at Exmouth, Exeter and' Plymouth. Woolwich arsenal employes voted to continue work. .. -t " (United Cable Service.) LONDQN, TJiursday: A 'sudden strike of, Che South-Wes tern railway engine drivers has isola ted the densest areas, of Greater Lon don. The; Brighton passenger service, the next most important, is being cur tailed. -This has added to the diffi culty of carrying on business. The Cabinet is rapidly planning in i-reased measures to put an end to all ■ the strikes affecting the lighting of the city. The''.Labor members of Parlia ment-. almost without exception, sup port the Government. Mr Brownlie. chairman, of the executive of the Amalgamated Engineers Society, slates that Lhe unio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

ORIENT JLINE ' MAIL STEAMSHIPS To. EQBpQSr . via Colombo, Suez C^nal, Naples,. R.M.S. 0R0.SETE8 ; ~ will be despatched during FEBRUARY, carrying- 1st Saloon and 3rd Glass Passengers. ■ For all -information apply • " • ■ Kf. C. ANDERSON, • Agent, 8 King William Street, ; -. .• ~ Adelaide. Or to John Darling and :Son, Local •Ageijts. .

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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. Messrs Blight Bros, supply the fol Iowingrtioonday quotations from the Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday: Broken Hill, b 58/3, s 58/9. ' British, old, b 3S/7J, s 39// British, new, b 34/3, s 35/. Junction Cons., sales' 4/9. Junction (paid), !) 6/2, s 6/6. Junction North, b 12/5, s 12/0." Norths, b 55/6, s 55/9. South, sales 53/6. ; Wallaroo, sales 41/. Edna May, b 10/3, s 11/. V Edna May Centrals-, b.14/1), s 15/. - Edna May Consol, cons., b .10/9 :s 10/11. v r : f Edna May Deeps, b 12/, s 12/3. :: Great Boulder, b 10/10, s' 11/. • Marami, b 3/10A, s 4/3. •Jliverinas.' b 2d..- s Td. : /ini' Corp. (ord.j, b .23/3, a 26/.

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CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

CRICKET, TO-DAY'S MATCHES. The --program "fur to-day's cricket is -as under: Smeller "A" v. Smelter "B," and Y.M.G.A, v. Port Pirie. Tim teams will.be represented as follows: Smelter "A": H. J. King-, C. Brown, 'IV Richards.. K. Iloldsworth, J. Wilson. E. Gardener, D. -j\unan, E. Goutls, G. Keats,; W. Davis and T. R.- Rotlrvvell. Emergencies: "\V. Gibson, B. Pound and L. Lovelock. , Smeller "B'!: H. Campbell, J. Goales, J. Connelly, J,. -Birrell. H. Highman. R. Holdsworlh, h. Giles, C. H. Impett, lA G. Gray, J. Liddie and W. Nuuan. Emergencies: L. Tardrew, L. Cole and W. Lang. Y.M.G.A.: E. .Miller, H. Eftiek,- II. Severn', E. Garrett, . B. Smerdon, J. Basson, S. Parker, E. II. Waddy, G. G. Kemp, and 0. McDonald. Emer gencies: P. Petty. II. Gonnell , and II ore. Port Pirie: P. Wisdom, R. Pim Jott, R. Furler. A. G. Davis, F. Davies, T. Angel, H. Harper, G. W. Smith, E. Cooper, T. Welsby and A.. McDonald. Players are requested to be- on, the ground at 2.J i> p.m. for the discussion ...

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Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

By '"Gtiurin The Burra- meeting .wilL.be held j to-day, and if the present weather conditions continue patrons are in for a hot time. Selections Hurdle Race: Grace Watson Trials: Fox Head. \jj Burra Handicap : Arltunga King Flying,'Mandicap : Lord .Mint-berry j J umpers' Plat: Korea ' ■* . - Welter Handicap: Cheer Up Hack Race: Fox Head. An acceptance is due next Tuesday -for the Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup. There seems a^con sensus of opinion that the fixture will be either abandoned or postponed, as the influenza restrictions will mean an absence of inter-.State horses. A dif ficulty will be occasioned to get a suitable ;date if a postponment > is decided upon. How bets already book ecl. will stand will probably be decided by the V;R.e.-"committee later on.' " Longacre has been sold, and in his place Howie will shortly receive the Sydney performer Anotlo (by Anton io). Mr. Young has just completed negotiations for his purchase. _ Kingbicr has returned to Melbourne Jam...

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SOLDIERS RETURN TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

SOLDIERS RETURN TO-WAY. i I Sgt. H. G. Peake, _27th Battalion, and Pte. JS. R. Powlson, 32nd Battalion, are returning: to Port Pirie by this . afternoon's train. Sgt. H. G. Peake is : the son of Mrs Peake, of Solomon- { town, and the late Mr. G. Peake, of, the Customs. Pte. Powlson is the son" of Mr and Mrs Powlson, of Ellendale. •

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Murphy of Easton STORY OF HIS WORK. MOTHER'S MESSAGE TO AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

Murphy ef Eastern STORY OF HIS WORK. MO^HEIVS-MESSAGE /TO AUSTRALIA In the words of a sergeant of the First Battalion. "The .Man with the Donkey Is now at Heaven s gate,.help j ing the soldiers through. ... "At Quinn's Post, where the..floht was thickest," - says - the "Bntish Australasian.r "and it was almosVeei-, tain death for the stretcher-bearers to venture out in search of the wound ed, he and his donkey went out da> after dav through a murderous lire ana carried * back many a man --into, safetv But at last a day came when the' little donkey, returned alone. Pri vate Simpson- had stopped a Turkish bullet, giving his life for his Allows more gloriously perhaps than any other hero of that desperate campaign. The whole of the A.I.F. mourned for him as a brother.". ■ ' „ "A RSan That Died for Men." This is the tale of what he accom plished ere his days on earth were done: Though not himself an . Austra lian, he had served with Australians on land and sea, and he gave his lite f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

ANCIENT ORDER Ol- FORESTERS. The MEMBERS of Court Pirie are requested to- MEET at the Residence of the late P.C.U. Bro. Win. McEWEN at 5 p.m. THIS DAY. - A. E. BRETT, \, Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

Cpicfcare prevalent siistjiow - ^ ® So get a boltle~of Bonn flnglon's IriJi Moss. It curcs^_ ' -quick ly .psTuianthlly.' Beware 'of Bonnington'siias civred foi trxir 50 years— there' nothing lo rqual it. Sold in tWo size3-tb« largest is best value. . ^-Get it to-rtav. A vosd i mitations/ ' r;0 an3 rish Moss

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

DRAUGHTS START CO! DS. Nazetha is tile most effective and pleasing cure for head colds,, ca tarrh, bronchitis aa« al] throat an<* chest trouhles. Nazetha is an ovn^ nasal antiseptic, therefore a most • ef fective precautionary measure against the microbes of Influenza, Diphtheria, Port Pirie Technical Schoo First Term Begins JMW'DAY, February 10,1S19 CLASSES held in:. Assaying, .Chemistry, Metallurgy, Applied Mechanics, Mechanical Drawing, Mathematics (practical and pure). Mechanical "Engin eering, • Fitting and Turning, Setting Out" for Ironworkers, Carpentry, Book keeping, Shorthand. Business Correspondence (including typewriting), Cook ing (plain and invalid), Clerical Class, English. OPENING CEREMONY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1919,..in" the HIGH SCHOOL BUILDINGS, at 8 p.m. ALL CORDIALLY INVITED. ' . fs . = ' • A. E.. IIESELTINE, B.E., F.S.A.S.M. wvvwvwwywvwww ■ AFTER A NINE DAYS' TRIAL BY THE GREATEST OF ALL JUDGES—THg PEOPLE—IS THAT ' ;.r3 CERTAINLY STAND "ALONE FOR L...

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A DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

v A DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN.' Private7 " David McClure, of the Souili Australian Government rail ways, Port Pirie,- has tile1 honor of be ingone:"of seven sons who fought in (he war. Tliey \vere: /.; ; , Pte. David McGIure, 2nd Battalion,: A.I.I"., wounded in France in 1915. Although almost' overcome by loss of j blood; and shock, Pte. McClure. now of Port Pirie, managed to crawl a mile and a .half in the night, and thus re gain his own lines. < ; r - V Pte. "George MeCluce, Royal Fusil '"iersi wounded at Ypres and lost an eye, now on service in India. '/ Lancer Corp. James McGlure is at tached to the Gordon Highlanders' Cycle Corps, and has won the Military 'Medal.'. -,r;>\ Pte/ Thomas McCAure, Tank Corns.; Pte. Charles McClure. with the Motor Transport Service in Mesopo tamia. " ■ v ■' ; -1 ■ Pie William McClure. with the Gor don Highlanders. /... *V, - Pin. Alexander McClure succumbed to" influenza, a few days after the ar mistice was . signed, whilst, "a prisoner of ...

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