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THE Port Pirie Recorder Published Daily. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1918. THE PIRIE BLOCKS SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
Published Daily. j TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1918. !t- - THE PIRIE BLOCKS SCHOOL. liecently Mr W. J. C. Cole, M.P., made representations to the authori ties regarding- overcrowding at the Port Pirie Blocks School. Mr Cole has now received the following communi cation in respect to the matter from the Acting Director of Education (Mr Charles Charlton). "Referring to the matter about which you called on the 2nd inst., viz., the Pirie Blocks School, I beg to say that the present accom modation is sufficient for 33 to 42 chil dren, whilst the last September to September annual average attendance was 33. During the present strenuous times it wiJl not be possible to increase the accommodation at the school."
Bolo Treason Trials SECRET SERVICE KEVELATIONS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
Boio Treason Trials SECRET SERVICE KEVELATION! (Huuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday At the treason^ trials H. Bouehar doa produ ed a remarkable series of Secret Service reports and coded tele grams, showing that Bolo iPasha tried to extend the intrigues to Eng land. The purpose o£ the attempt has not yet been fully disclosed, but it was apparently made either to influence the press or effect a recon ciliation between the Government and Abbas Hilmi to prevent the sequest ration of the latter's property. Bolo visited London in February, 1915, and attempted to make over tures through ''a Mr. Hojbertscn," who has not yet been identified. Mr. Robertson peremptorily rejected the overtures. Ton Jagow.ha'd just pre viously promised Bolo fifty thousand sterling monthly for ten months for the purchase of French newspapers and to carry on a pacifist propagan da.lbThe plan lailed.mlt is suggested da. The plan failed. It is suggested in Britain. A telegram addressed to Cavallini in Rotnc shows tha...
MARTINDALE WEIGHTS. Run February 13. CRAIGLEE HURDLES. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
MARTINDALE WEIGHTS. Run February 13. CRAIGLEE HURDLES. Two miles. oommon lung, lu st. 5 lb.; Yan durrah, 10.4; On Parade, 10.3; Grace Watson 10.2; Waltowa, 10.0; Coast line, 9.13; Patron's Delight, 9.9; Rytol, 9.?: Creusot, 9.7; Moslem, 9.6; As paragus, 9.5; Artillery Girl, 9.0; Trans mitto, 9.0; Mumluckhardt, 9.0. MAIDEN STAKES. General Joffre, 8.11; La Warrina, 8.11; Pocilliona, 8.11; Banzai's Hope, 8.11; Miss Redmond, 8.11; Marie Studiiolme, 8.11; Lord Cooper, 8.11; Nullarbor, 8.11; Jim Waton, 8.11; Worendo, 8.11; Lady Trent, 8.11; St. Cyprian, 8.4; Her Own, 8.4; Master Pandion, 8.4; Kallinta, 84; Antou i)ridge, 8.4; Sweet Rest, 8.4. MARTIJSTDALE HANDICAP One and a quarter miles. [ Wire Wheels 9.10; Azoiv, 8.12; [Likely, 8.0; Arltunga King, 7.9; Gam [betto, 7.7; Wee Spec, 7.0; Mutta warrah, 6.12. CLINKFORD TRIAL. Six furlongs. Laroon* 9.0; Queenbrook, 8.7; Carawa, 8.2; Her Own, 8.0; Disturb, 7.13; Wair.ikei 7.13; Fr.ggi.4one, 7.12; Lord Cooper, 7.11; Bobinite, 7.10; Marie Studhol...
INTENSE HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
INTENSE HEAT. A::ter a refreshingly cool change on Saturday, following an intensely hot week, the mercury rapidly rose again on Sunday, the glass showing a rise of 15 degrees, an unusual jump in 24 hours. As if this were not enough lor suffering humanity, there was a further sharp rise of 13 degrees yes terday, which was a; real blistered, the temperature being the highest re corded for many years. The officially Recorded temperature (supplied by Sir. LeLievre) for the three &lt;iays was: Saturday-Maximum shade -heat, 81.1, yiiinsiimum, 59. Sunday) - Maximum, j 96.2 ; minimum, 69. Monday - Maxi mum, 109.4. " Our Adelaide wire shows that it was slightly hotter in the city, but relief is promised in. the shape of a cool change to-night-.
The Russian Civil War FINNISH DISORDERS. (United Cable Service). COPENHAGEN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
The Rossian Civil War FINNISH DISORDERS. (United Cable Service). . COPENHAGEN, Sunday. Travellers tell graphic stories of J Finnish disorders. The say the Bed ] Guards, supported by the Ulea'borg | . Fortress, four dreadnoughts and six I ! cruisers, dominate ^Jelsingfors, whence 1 thousands! of families have fled. The I banks have been robbed. Four thous j and shells were fired on the public I buildings, and the leading hotels -were bombarded. Great hordes of the worst elements of the population are plundering the southern citie3. Seven thousand members of the White Guards are marching south. Decisive battles are imminent, but Ulea'borg is able to hold ITelsingfors as a hostage.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
PERSONAL. Mr. E. V. Day, of Dalgety & Com pany Limited, Adelaide, has been ap pointed a member of the S.A. AVool Committee, filling the vacancy caused by the death of the late Mr. E. \V. van Senden, who acted as one of the represeotativ.es of the Adelaide Wool brokers since the inauguration of the Government Wool Appraisements.
A Big Morality Play FEATURING MASK MacDERMOTT. CASINO TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
A Big Morality Play FEATURING MASK MAOPEBMOTT. CASINO TO-NJ;GHT. - A picture that cannot i to create more than usual stir, is tilled to be shown at pasino to-night-Vitagrapb. Co.'s big problem play "Mary Jane's Father, i' a -drama which- has just; com! pleted a record season at West'* in Melbourne. (MacDermotty America's leading artist, is entrusted with. 43ie leaching character, and the following "M»&lt;r rvfAVa 4ni.014Atfhi71&lt;T> brief- synopsis may prove tateroswng* For .many years the- mother . . ,li8.d struggled along, bringing up Hex two girl^ and''earning for her. little fam ily a respected place in the commun ity. Her husband-the father of her girls-was one of those shiftless' mor tals, a dreamer, a wastrel, but a lov able fellow- if you could overlook his weakness. Years before he had drop ped out of /sight. He \ had simply taken himself off and left his family to wprk out its own salvation. And now he has come back to find his wife supporting herself a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
Sack lei School Aqain!' The Little Ones are Waiting for-Riew Boots. GET THEM *"T"" TT ¥ T" AT - - O I /fW.1 tD> High Slocks and at Low Prices. Cheapest in Pi'iefor All Cfeses of Footwear. See Our Windows Here's something Special for tliis week ouly. A REAL FABRIC CANVAS BOOT, 22/6 for ie/9. TM5 " VELK ONLY. s T A i T E, THE LIVELY BOOTMAN, ALEXANDERR STREET. 'Phone iOi. W' © Big Alteration Sale Now in Full Swing. . IN OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW SHOP. BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. WE ASK you TO INSPECT OUR NEW PREMISES. Hundreds of Bargains to interest you. DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. THE PRICES WILL PLEASE. l l ^ PR EST B ROS. THE POPULAR HOUSE. i Dental Announcement (A CARD). , My New HYGIENIC SURGERIES arid APARTMENTS arc. now .complete. They have been modelled upon the latest Con tinental designs, equipped with up-to-date Accessories, and afford every facility for high-grade DentaL Treatment. A SPECIAL FEATURE of my PRACTICE is the attention devoted to Conservative Treatment of Teeth...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
hmwwwa^vu^m^SA A BIG PICTURE ATTRACTION. e#e«»egB»§eeg CASSNO - To-night - CASINO MARC MacDERMOTT- IN THE PROBLEM PLAY. A POWERFUL SOCIETY DRAMA WITH A TERRIFIC PUNCH. 5000f. OF MAGNIFICENT ACTING. " 5000ft. ; EPISODE No. 10. A PERILOUS PLUNGGE. THE U.S.A. WAR TOPICAL. 0 HE NEVER TOUCHED ME. A Mammoth Pictorial: , A Rollicking 1000ft. Comedv. THE ENGLISH GAZETTE. PATHE'S AUTHENTIC BATTLE BUDGET. To-Night ; : Casino s : To Night O^tjios&rl Notice Quailty| Satisfaction, A Low Price, Good Advice. Four things every one wants, especially when suffering from Eye troubles. You get them all at iEMSON'S Pharmacy, ELLEN STREET. . We give Glasses only when necessary-' Manager, G.A. JONES, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician Plan®, Organ, And Musi© Warehouse ALEXANDEK-STBr EET, PORT PIRIE. Importer oi High-Grade Piaaos and Organs, Gramophones, Bacordt, and Musical Instruments. All the Latest and Most Up-to-date Music and Musical Instruments in Stock. _ . Agent for the Australian...
SMOKING JACKET FOR WOMAN. LAVISH TASTES OF MUNITIONETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
SMOKING JACKET FOR WOMAN. LAVISH TASTES OF MUNITION ETTES. Some of the better-paid munition workers are demanding evening frocks for the first time in their lives (a dressmaker in a south-western suburb told a Daily Express representative re cently). My bookings are so heavy that I cannot accept further orders until after Christmas. I do not know when, or where, such gowns are worn, but there is a distinct dfcmand for them. Fur trimmed crepe de ehine and georgette are popular, and the other day I was asked to make a smocked velvet smok ing jacket for a. young forewoman. Another class of munition worker buys as expensively but more sensibly. Many women, for instance, are order ing tailormade suits that will probably outlast the war. "Two young women came to me recently," said a .tailor, "and told me it was their great ambition to have a real man-made suit. I replied that my lowest price was five guineas. The terms were cheerfully accepted. All the drapers' shops in the munition areas...
GAWLER ACCEPTANCES. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
GAWLER ACCEPTANCES. Run February 16. NOVICE HANDICAP. Five furlonss. Bob Manor 8.8; Norak 8.8: Marie Studholmo, 8.7; Sweet Rest, 8.7; Lady Anton, 8.7; Her Own, 8.7; Battle Queen S.6: Udine, 8.6; Wilton Chief, 8.6; Aritonbridge, 8.5; Lord Cooper, 8.4; Sirinya, 8.4: Miss Bernice, 8.3; La Warrina, 8.2; Kallinta, 8.2; Yarlin, 7.13; Poeilliona, 7.11;; Banzai's Hope, 7.11; Lady Lossie, 7.8; St. Cyprian, 7.8; Master Robbie, 7.4; Lord Midge, 7.3; Deporte 7.3. -* HURDLES. Two miles. Brewster, 10.7; Netherton, 10.2; Baron Douro, 9.10; Waltowa, 9.8; Common King, 9.12; Master Muel gwyn, 9.8; Ferignite, 9.6; Proven, 9.4; Kopenick, 9.2; De Walden, 9.0; Pat ron's Delight, 9.0; Wigii, 9.0; Trans mi (to, 9.0. RAILWAY TRIALS. Six furlongs. High Tension, 9.0; Opera Boulle, 8.13; Cara>va, 8.2; , Holy War, 8.0; Marie Studholme, 7J13; Lady Anton, 7.13; Her Own, 7.13; Doradilla 7.13; Udine, 7.12; Lord Cooper, 7.10; Hardrelly, 7.9; Regimental Lass, 7.8; Silkworm, 7.8; Foggielone, 7.8; GayVenetian, 7.6; ...
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
SPORTING. 13-Martindale Racing Club 13-Border town Racing. Club. 16;-Gawler Jockey Club, Limited. 16-North-Eas'tern Jockey Club 16=-Victoria-Oakleigh Plate. 18-Tumbv Bay Jockey CLub. * 20-Penola Racing Club. 20^-0rroroo Jockey Club. 21-Port Lincoln Racing Ciub. 23-South Australian Jockey Club. 27-Jamestown Racing Club. 27-Millicent Racing Club. (Notes by "Churinga.") If the weather is anyway favorable the Martindale meeting on Wednes day will attract a good number of Ade laide sporting men. It is always a popular northern meeting, but one tiling thai does not appeal" to the city folk is the terrific heat usually asso ciated with the fixture. The accept ances taken on Thursday were regard ed as satisfactory, arid the ^material at command should ensure an entertain ing afternoon's -sport. Selections: Craigilee Hurdles. - ARTILLERY GIRL or CRKUSOT. Maiden '"Stakes. - MARIE STUD HOME or ,'A'NTOXBRIDGE. Martindale Handicap.-LIKELY or ARLTUNGA KING. - Cilnkford Trial. _ WA1RAKAI or MARIE ...
PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Run February 16. HURDLE RACE. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. Run February 16. HURDLE RAGE. Two miles. Muttawarrah, 10 st. 3 lb.; Rytol, 10.0; Scrutinizer, 9.8; General Joffre, 9.7; Neutral, 9.6; Scutari,, 9.4; Little Pistol, 9.4; Greyhawk, 9.2; Sir Pistol, 9.0. PETERBOROUGH HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. Arise, 9 st. 6 lb.; Rayahs, S.ti; Coo nong-, 8.5; Laroon, 8.3; Wee Spec, 8.2; Scotch Peer, 8.0; On Parade, 7.10; Holy Friar, T.7; Muttawarrah, 7.6; Al baree 7.5; GheerUp, 7.4; Etinie, 7.3; Laura's Pride, 7.2; F.H.E., 7.0; Little Pistol, 7.0; Scutari 7.0. TRIAL STAKES. One mile. Tinlly," 9.0; Little Pistol, 8.8; Lulla bar, 8.7; Prince Torah, 8.6; Dell Rose, 8.5; Snowtown, 8.3 ; Miss Redmond, 8.2; Petekree, 8.2; Goonatta, 8.0; Tes tis Belle, 8.0; Scutari, 8.0; Bulparine, 7.12; Deporte 7.12; Bill Watson, 7.10. FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Jamestown, 9 st.; Paddilli, 8.12; Laroon, 8.12; Wee Spec, 8.10; Scotch Peer, 8.8; Carawa, 8.6; Queenbrook, 8.5; Gratiosa, 8.4; Wairakei, 8.4; Muttawarrah, 8.2; Merty Maid, 8.0; Marnooh, 7.13; ...
BAD LANGUAGE ON SOLOMON-TOWN BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Port Pirie Recorder — 12 February 1918
BAD LANGUAGE ON SOLOMON TOWN BEACH j Frequent complaints have been made about the bad language which is used by youths and men who are in the habit;, of patronising- the bathing reserves on the Solomontown beach. So bad has the nuisance become and so shocked have been respectable folk that many, have had to cease taking, ?their families for the healthful dip which they have been used to enjoy. The police have been vigilant in en deavoring to bring offenders to book, but as the language is generally used when men are grouped together it has been difficult to malce sure of the indi vidual. The other evening, however, Constable Arthurson managed to get hold of three young men who were offending, and on Friday morning they were brought up at the Police Court, before Messrs A. A. Pearce and G. E. Creswell, justices, and charged with using indecent language on the Solo montown Beach.- Claude Ernest Clark, who pleadied guilty, had to pay a fine of £2, with 15/ costs, and George Ward Cooper...