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STATE STOREMEM CEASE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

STATE STOREMEM CEASE WORK. Most of the members of the Aus tralian Government Workers' Associa tion employed in the public " stores yard at Port Adelaide adhered to their decision not to start work this morning ' The men held, a meeting and further discussed: the position. Although about 15 men presented themselves; at the yards for work of these only three are members of the association. The other men employed in the yard are. under the control of other unions. In the event of the members of other unions being requested to do the work dropped by the members of the Gov ernment Workers' Association the trouble is likely to extend to the bal ance of the men in the yard. The men maintain confidence in Hie result of their fight, and express the belief that public opinion will be with them : The Government, they contend, can not in common justice refuse to grant the 11/ a day asked for the laborious task of handling sleepers and rails for which men on the wharf received 14/ a day. ' - ;

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

ADJUSTING CONDITIONS. the war is over, but not done with. There are awful messes to be cleaned up. ami ."much' patience ; and charity will be needed. Tbe "haves" and the ''have nots" must learn to pool re sources, for great wealth and extreme poverty,, educated selfishness and gross illiteracy can- no longer exist side by side in the same community. The- lesson, emphasised by: the war, that "we are all members one of an other,' will have to be accepted with its implications, and -a way discovered of applying ill in practical life. The Whitley report is >mc such - attempt, and the new education provisions of the British Government which seek to atone for the past by spreading- the humanities over the whole of British'; life, thus making it fuller and more abundant than it has ever been" yet, is another. These conditions have in some directions already "been anticipa ted by employers of labor. With oth ers, Cadbury Bros., at their Bourn ville works, have always sought to provide su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Isolation Hospital APPLICATIONS are hereby invited from FULLY QUALIFIED NURSES willing to SERVE on tlie STAFF of the abow. Payment will be made at Mic ■usu\l rates. ERNEST E. GARRETT, tw Secretary L.B.II. —Tlie— ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP Co. Iitd< will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under.: (Circumstances Permitting}. For Port Pirie, W.A.. Pt. Lincoln. S.S. QUOHNA, Eveiy S \TLRDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE, via Ports Augusta and Lincoln. S.S. QUOllXA, EVERY MONDAY. I COAL MERCHANTS. I OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. [ ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.

Publication Title: Recorder
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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

.WEATHER FORECAST. Fiiir, mostly cloudy, with a tenden cy for showers in tin* west and inland. Cool-south-east winds.

Publication Title: Recorder
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ISOLATION HOSPITAL. Y.M.C.A. HALL. THE OFFER ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

^ ISO LATioN HOSPITAL." V .. Y.U.C.A. HALL. •. THE OFFER ACCEPTED. A special meeting" of the local board of; heaitli was held last night.. The Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan) presided and there were present : Crs. M. L. War ren, L. A, Hopkins, E. J. Pavlieh, J. P. Jenkins, \L ..E. Goode, the secretary (Mr 10. E. Garrett) and the health offi cer (Dr. Loitch). Tlie chairman, said, the meeting had been convened to consider >the ques tion of altering the - site of the pro posed isolation hospital, At first' it "had been deeided" that Kingston Park .should be -utilised, and that the first two tents sent by the Central ; Board of Health should be erected* Jn - the hospital grounds. The - Mayor detail ed the gteps taken as regards the first case. Dr. Goode had suggested that the Y.M.C.A. Hall, was suitable for use as an isolation hospital,*-and the matter was talked over during the, week with the result that he had approached the. directors of the Y.M.C.A. and the let ter to be "read was the -r...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

OPENING CEREMONY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1918, at 8 p.m. Iw HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. F- H-ESELTINE, B.E., P.S.-A.S.M. Late W, E.HAMP, Ellen Street PICKED "PJL.UMS" FROM OUR HUGE LIST OB - SALE BARGAINS Ladies" - Smart Heacly tq.A^ay atic] .-Uij trimmed HATS. ' lianip'-s price, if •to"J6/9 each. EASTON'S PRICE, uP 1/11 each Ladies' Smart' Trimmed and Ready to Wear IIATS. Hamp's price, up to .22/9 each. \ EASTON'S PRICK 3/11 each All •'Hamp's", Smart' TRIMMED MILLIN ERY. marked uj». to 32/9 each.- . - EASTON'S PRICE .. .. 8/11 each A Mixed Lot of Ladies' and Children's While and Colored Stitched Wash^ ing HATS, llanip's price, up to 0/1 i each. . ' ' vv; ;: •> EASTON'S PRICE .. .. .. 1/ tacii Ladies uad UnUlrcn's White PANA MA HATS. llatup's price, up to 23/9 each- •- ■ EASTON'S PRICE ^ 6/11 each. 1000 sprays; of Beautiful iVssorted FLOWERS. Hainp's price, up to •5/11 each. EASTON'S PRICE 6d. Hie spray Dainty Floral MUSLINS, - Various Shades, llanip's price. 0/11. EASTCprS PRICE .......

Publication Title: Recorder
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Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

(By "Gliuringa.") lxie ciuei leature about the Burra races on Saturday was the double suc cess achieved by .Miss Restful. Mr. Press won the Welter previously with the' Caiman horse A.E.P., wno* -after J>eing sold- to I. Reid, came to an un iimely death. Miss Restful held, small claims to be considered over a mile and a quarter.- as she liaa never j been beyond six furlongs. She was •bred by Mr R.E. H. Hope, and, being !by Pistol from Restful,, is a half-sister to Arise. : ^ ' Odiss Restful downed hot favorites in each instance, as Arltunga King and :Spyscope both carried the ••unbeat able" ticket. II. Reddan rode her. and lie was also prominent on Blufil. Horses which formerly . carried ■ Mi ll. G. Young's colors seem to do bel ter when racing fur oilier owners. Great Shdt: won races in Java. Hare jHatch has been showing up -well in .Western Australia, and a few days back Blue jSteel won a race at Victoria . Park. JS'ow conies Blaiil's success, and all these horses were "tossed" ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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A RETURNING SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

A RETURNING S0LDIE1 Pic S. Kemp. 32ncl Battalion, is re turning to Port Pirie■' to-day by Hie afternoon train. He has been at tiie front, for three years. His mother re sides at Flinders' road, Pirie Estate.

Publication Title: Recorder
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PROFITEERING IN PARIS. GOVERNMENT OPENS STORES. (Published in The Times.) PARIS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

PROFITEERING IN PARIS. ; CO VEHEMENT OPENS : STORES. CPtiblishecl in The Times.) - V 5 PARIS; Sunday. la pursuance of his anti-profiteer policy, M. Olemenceau lias ordered the opening of temporary slores in Paris and adjacent districts to sell goods at official prices. It is intended to pre sent shopkeepers secretly selling at | high prices to favored customers. :

Publication Title: Recorder
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Wheat Scandals SIR RICHARD BUTLER ATTACKED. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

Wheat Scandals SIR RICHARD BUTLER ATTACKED. .'ADELAIDE. Monday. Mr. Isicholls, manager of the wheat scheme, -was 'further- examined by Hie Wheat Commission this afternoon. His evidence was general, but condemnat ory of the ministerial .methods adopted by Sir Richard/Butler, when lie was in charge of the wheat scheme. Mr. Nicholls criticised Mr..R. L. Butler for making comments • on his st,ataments regarding Sir Richard, and said It had taken Mr. Butler, Junr., Ynany months to find out whether the Commission^ was nQt_going outside the scope .of its enquiry by taking evidence such as that given by Mr. Nicholls". * Witness suggested that Mr. Butler only began to be doubtful on the point when his father was attacked. Mr. Nicholls ac cused Sir Richard Butler of three months inexcusable delay in connec tion with the protection of the wheat stacks, arid said evidence . of neglect Avas*.-.apparent throughout South Aus "tralia to-day. Sir Richard opposed the erection of sheds when the board ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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WHEAT STACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

WHEAT STACKS, Arrangements are nearly! "complete and a start will suon be made at the bag making works attached to the local wheat scheme. The building provided gives the maximum of . air space, and "conveyors to handle the bags are provided for. The sanitation is on Hie septic tank principle. . The men engaged; on the stack-of wheat damaged by the recent fire, who ceased Work on the refusal of their employers to continue the pay ment of salvage rates, have resumed operations as a result of an agreement satisfactory to both sides.: v ; ■, Instead of the weevils, as at first, crawling from slack to stack they now —-JUiis has robbed the water barrier placed round the wheat of a large part of its utility. So much so that a num ber of the troughs are being removed and only the cement ones with a cir culating water system 'will be left.

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PIRIE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

PiRiE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. -It usually takes.about a week for the classes at the Technical School to reassemble in anything like normal numbers?" Mr lY. F. Haseltine, princi pal of I lie school, attende.d yesterday and interviewed some enquirers. The principal was a lieutenant attached to the 2nd Field Engineers; He saw ac tive service in France ""and Belgium for j two and a half years. In his breezy I way he states "that.-..lie";.had things thrown at him, the same as everyone else,,while on service. He received a "crack" on the leg, and though tfte skin was' not broken, lameness devel oped, and he was invalided home and discharged last November. ! The curriculum of the Technical School is fairly comprehensive. Among the subjects laugh t are mechanical drawing, assaying, metallurgy, carpen try, practical mathematics, chemistry, setting' out for ironworkers, geology, physics,- fitting and turning. In addi tion there are commercial, dress-mak ing .and other classes. Special in struction ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Influenza Epidemic PIRIE PRONOUNCED FREE QUARANTINE LIFTED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

■ ■ ■■ o ■ — PiRIE PRONOUNCED FREE QUARANTINE LIFTED. Yesterday morning' the suspicious case in Port Pirie which, developed on: Friday in a house in Eleventh street, Pine Webl, was Lhe subject of a con ference between : Dr.-Leitch, heallh ofiicer, and Dr.J. Closc. wlio has be^n in constant attendance on the patient _from the outset. As the result of that conference the patient was removed from the tenl in the hospital grounds to the medical ward of; the Port Pirie Hospital. lie is ^ suffering -iron! :& severe attack of pneumonia and ty phoid, and his condition is regard ed as extremely critical..'. ■ ■ Though the quarantine was Iifted: | as regards tents and the house, certain [ precautions werev taken.: Nurse Bird ' and her assistant. Miss Turnbull, with the secretary of the local hoard of .health (Mr E. K. Garrett) pissed through the inhalatoriuni; • The five inmates of the cottage and the other contacts were also .given treatment in the inhalaforium. r About the: lirst ' ...

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BIG COAL STRIKE. MAY OCCUR IN MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

BIG COAL STRIKE. AfAY OCCUR IN MARCH. The Sydney. "Evening- News" slates that there is likely to be a great coal strike ne$l- month, and a confident .tipsier in the coal trade anticipates the reason the] strike will take place by March is that the Sydney and New castle harbors will be full pf^hipping. Mr Willis" (secretary of /the Austra lian Coal and Shale Employes), wlien interviewed, said: "We don't want a strike: We want an increase in pay, and if. we don't get ah increase any thing- might happen. At^ thi^ present Juncture I can say no more." Mr McDonald (secretary of the Goal Owners' Association) said: "If the miners strike then we wilt have to face it. as we have faced "other un heavals during the past two years. We know many ships will be here in March. It is -quite possible, as Mr Willis-said, that anything might hap oen. Our experience of the miners is that they please themselves whether Miey strike or not, irrespective of any *sreemenL that may be in existence. We have now...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

THOMAS GEORGE, FASHIONABLE PARISIAN TAILOR ALEXANDER ST.; OPPOSITE C£N TRAL HOTEL, PORT PJRIE. STYLE and FIT GUARANTEED. _ Suits Cleaned and Pressed Like New. AUSTRALIAN NATIVE8' ASSOCIA TION. MIXED BRANCH. PORT PIR1E LODrJi, No. 30. Meets every MONDAY NIGHT after Smelter Pay at 7.30 p.m.. al the A.W.A. Hall.. President: S. J. Davis. J. S. HOCKING, Secretary. Box 69.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

INTERESTING NOTICE. The PROPRIETOR of the PIRIE IDINING ROOMS he#s to notify the PUBLIG of PORT PIRIE that he Jias | OPENED a HRST GLASS BOARDING iHOUSr til 1LORENCE STREET. I 30 Clean Beas to Let, with Board or without." For particulars inquire PIRIE DINING ROOMS, ~ Q86 Florence Street FRANCIS1 MARBLE BAR. ^ Try our new Soda Fountain Drink, Clean and Pure. Special for To-day. ( CHOCOLATE 4d. GLASS. I CHOCOLATE -AND MILK Cut glass. ' Note. Address.—Ernest J; Francis, - (opp. Barrier Hote'J

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ADMITTED TO THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

I ADMITTED TO T1IE HOSPITAL. George Hidser. of Vera street, was admitted to" the hospital yesterday suf-. ferine from a head injury as the re sult of a fall.

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A.L.P. DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

A&.P. DtSpUTE. A meeting was held last night in Ihe Institute. to discuss the position of the Ladies* Labor Committee. The local members of Parliament, Messrs Hill and - Fitzgerald, were present, pre sumabiy lo act as mediators;. The meeting lasted seme hours and failed to bring- about a reconciliation of the differences that have arisen," primarily between two sections of the ladies, < and latterly between the ladies in pos session and-the executive of the Port Pirie branch of flu- party. Mr. Turley expressed the opinion that in view of tin: 'action-taken- by the local executive of the A.L.P. the mem bers of the ladies' committ'-v would have to hand -over their books and pau pers'before, a reconstruction could Jie considered.' EfforU were made by Mr. Fitzgerald, if.P., to have this view modified, even to the extent of having the decision rescinded. The ..question pivoted on whether the- nomination of Mrs. Short as" {unofficial of the com mittee was -in order - an...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
German Republic Secure EBERT TO BE PRESIDENT. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

EBERT TO BE PRESIDENT. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. | The Times correspondent at Stock ! Jioim says developments at Weimar • promise a triumph for the Govern ment. To establish a stable Republi can administration, it is stated, the De mocrats and the Centre Party joined tiie Majority;, socialists, forming- a coa lition of 330 votes. The opposition of ninety is composed of Independents, extremists and reactionary Conserva tives. If Hi expositions are finalised the new Government will be composed of seven Socialists. four Democrats, and four Centre men. It is widely an- i ticipated tiiat Herr Ebert will become .President of the Republic, and Herr jSchiedemann Chancellor. -: J. j - LATER. ' The President will draft a consti tution on Monday, after which the | parties will be deiiited and the forma tion of a Government will be tackled. ; The deliberations at Weimar are nmv calmly carried oh ringed by ?5G00 troops -"equipped with- artillery toil machine guns, and by police-t...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLE AND MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

CYCLE AND ISSOTOR NOTES. The big French motor manufactur ing "firm, the De-Dion-Buntun Co.. have decided that their ;leadui.~ post-War model will be an S-oylinder car. A Avealth'-of -experience. has 1 gained bv this firm in the hard school of war. and it is the result of that experience that has resulted in this conservative concern adopting the "eight." Many thousands of these engines -/have been used during the war. with most satis factory results both on the road and in the air. By the way, most motorists are under the impression that America set the_ fashion in eight-cylinder en gines ; this, however, is not J he case, for this type of engine was in produc tion for over, a year by the. Do Dion people before the Americans took it up and boomed it. . The British designer ..of mnlor-'cyclcs undoubtedly sets the fashion where main principles, and indeed where most of the details of construction, are in question. American machines display an originality of their own. but for the rest...

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