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The Sandpit Accident DEATH OF THE VICTIM. HOW THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919
The Sandpit Accident DEATH OF THE VICTIM. HOW THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED. It was found necessary on Saturday to operate on the lad Tom Sampson, whose right leg was run over on Kri „ day by the wheel o£ a wagon loaded with sand. The leg was amputated, but the boy suffered so severely from the shock that he died at 7.30 in the evening. Much sympathy lias been expressed for the parents of the lad, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Sampson, of Howe town, more particularly In view of the fact that the wife and only son of a brother, Mr.. Percy Sampson, were drowned at Mangalo, near Cowell. There was little hope of saving the limb from; the time of tlie lad's iad | niittance into the: hospital, owing to i thi! nature of the injury. ! .Mr. Paseoe, driver of the wagon | containing the sand; states lie gave a number of boys, including deceased, a ride in the empty wagon to the sand pit. He told them that as the wagon would be loaded up on the home trip there would not be room for all, but he would take the thre...
MORE GOVERNMENT SHIPS. NEW CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919
MORE GOVERNMENT SHIPS. NEW CONTRACT. A new contract has been let for Ihe construction by Walker's, Limited (of Maryborough, Queensland), for the Federal Government, of four steel ves sels of 5,500 tons each, with a speed of i 0 knots. It is understood that the prepara tory work is well underway, the slips required being almost completed, while Ihe necessary machinery for one of the vessels is well advanced in the workshops. * The contract provides for the con struction of first, vessel wihin 21 months. and one vessel every subse yuenl six months.
INFLUENZA IN NEW ZEALAND. CAUSES NEARLY 6,000 DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919
INFLUENZA IW NEW ZEALAND* i : CAUSES NEARLY 6,000 DEATHS. The deaths from influenza through New Zealand during the recent epi tome totalled 5959. Figures for the provinces are:—Auckland, 1892; Tan avuiki, ,2.97; Hawkes Bay. 305; Wel lington, 1537; Marlborough, 42; Nel son, 89; Westland, 85 ; Canterbury, 775; Otago, 481; Southland, 456.. The North Island accounted for 4031 deaths, and South Island for 1928. The figures for the chief , towns are :— Auckland, with suburbs, 1031; Wel lington, 685; Christchurch, 477; Dun edin, 302. The scope of the epidemic commis sion's inquiry is expected to embrace every possible feature of the influenza scourge, also the p.art played by the (Niagara and other ships in the intro duction of the disease into New Zeal and. Incidentally, the housing ques tion in the chief centres will be ex amined, and the defects exposed. * ' ——■
Pneumonic Influenza MELBOURNE CASES CREATE CONCERN. PRECAUTIONS IN PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919
SBBSSBflSSBflBBSiSBi Pneumonic lafiaebs MELBOURNE CASES CREATE CONCERN. PRECAUTIONS IX PORT PJRIE. Private advices have been received iri Port Pirie wliich indicate that, though the cases in Melbourne have not yet been proved to the satisfaction of the authorities to he true pneumon ic influenza, they are so much like it as to cause grave concern. Already arrangements are being -made for pri vate: inoculation with protective ser uni. Measures are being adopted at the Smelters to protect the employes as 'much as possible, and facilities are being provided for inoculation. Dr. Leitch, local oiiicer of Ilealth,; stated last night, that, alihough lie had not received delmilo mlimaliion, the position in Melbourne seemed be. serious, but - that the suspected case at Unley seemed not to be true pneumonic . influenza. If it were de cided to talce protective action in Port Pirie there would be no difficulty in securing promptly a supply of serum for inoculation purposes.. /
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
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"INTOLERABLE POSITION" DARWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
"INTOLERABLE POSITION" DARWIN. A message from Darwin slates a large crowd assembled lo hear Sr. Ferrieks and other speakers on Friday. The Mayor (Cr. Watts) presided, and many ladies were present. Sr. Fer rieks said it was not his intention to take what was told to him by the man in the street as gospel. He had, how ever, been probing into the grievances brought under his notice, and he was quite satisfied that an intolerable posi tion existed. He would endeavor to do his best to get the Labor Party to make it a party matter, and to try and induce other members of that party to visit the Territory and be enlight ened.
IN THE COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
IN THE COURTS. A Belgian rejoicing in the name of Sigisbert Blaise •Clements, was charg ed at the Police Station yesterday, be fore Captain G. E. Creswell, J.P., with using indecent language. Constables Judd and Smyth were standing at the intersection of Ellen and Alexander streets on Saturday afternoon. Defend ant was a few yards away. Two friends and a negro were passing by, when one of the friends invited him to ac company them. The defendant declin ed the invitation, and made some ob jectionable remarks with reference to the colored individual, which were ov erheard by the constables. The de fendant was 'lined 20/, with 15/ costs.
The Recorder Published Dally. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1919. SANE UNIONISM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
Published Dally. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28'i 101D. SANE UNiONlSM. There is no more justification for the threatened A.W.U. strike at tiie Smelters than there is for the refusal of the few non-unionists employed at tiie works to combine with their I fellow workers. The man who doubls I the benelits of sane unionism is a .back number; and the-onc who stands apart yet shares the fruits of union endeavor [ lays himself open to a still less plea sant classification. There may be men who remain non-unionists because they do not like union methods. No one will deny that unions at times do foolish and indefensible things. So do employers.- The same thing can be said of almost every organisation of human bejngs. In no instance could an attitude of aloofness be justified. The workman who does cot agree with union* methods should not stand apart; he should join and use his in fluence to make his comrades wise. Unionism is an accepted fact, among employers as well as among employed; in business,. in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
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CASES IN SYDNEY. "EXTREMELY INFECTIOUS." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
CASES IN SYDNEY. "EXTREMELY INFECTIOUS." A week-end report staled that there are six cases of influenza in Sydney.. They are not of the pneumonic or oversea type, but are of an extremely infectious form • of influenza. The source of the infection is. Melbourne. One contact has since developed a temperature. The llrst case is that of a soldier who arrived from Melbourne-on Tues day last, and went to stay with his -re latives in Darlinghurst. He was ad mitted to the Randwick Military Hos pital on Thursday night,.-and placed in the isolation block. Since then the doctor, nurse, and orderly who were, attending him have contracted the di sease, which does not show any pneu-, monie tendencies. His brother, who is a contact, is showing a temperature. On Sunday night two other soldiers were admitted to the .Randwick. Mili tary Hospital, one of whom arrived from Melbourne-on Tuesday, and is now seriously ill. He had been stay ing at a boarding house hi Melbourne from which cases of influenza...
YOU'RE IN LOVE." MUSICAL COMEDY AT TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
YOU'RE IN L.OVE. MUSICAL COMEDY AT TOWN HALL. ; rue -enarming- . musical comedy. "You're in Love,7'--was presented at the Town Hall last night by Mr. D. B. O'Connor's musical comedy company, under^special arrangement with J. C. Williamson, Ltd. It was highly appre ciated by a numerous audience. It is a smart comedy, the dressing and stag ing are thoroughly up to date, the songs and dances are attractive, and the scenery is in keeping with other details. The principals were Mr True man Neilson (Hobby), Miss Hilary Cripps (Georgiana), Miss Leah Boyd (Mrs Peyton), Mr. Walla Jamieson (Mr. WixJ, Miss Cliff Palmer. (Dor othy). Mrs. Puddicombe who is .man aging in the absence of her husband at front, last night paid a high tri bute to the hall arrangements,, such as seating, lighting, etc., and to the gen eral courtesy extended to her. which made her work a pleasure rather than otherwise.
WHEAT STACK STILL SMOULDERING. LOW PROCESS OF REMOVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
. WHEAT STACK STiLL SJVJOULDER I ' ' -vv- 8NG, - ' : LOW* PROCESS OK REMOVAL.". j Lnle^ greater expedition is shown |m removing ttie loose wheat in order to get well-into the stack there is e^ cry possibility of the greater part of lh&-"wheat in the burnt stack being very badly damaged. No effort seem;; to'be made to expedite the work. A g-ftng-. of men^has been employed since Saturday m shovelling the wheat into: •iron trucks for, removal to a "paddock ' which was prepared to hold it. .Very little impression has been made on it. At the present rate of progress it will ! take weeks to remove the over burden, | by which time fire and water com Ibined will have made the wheat use less for milling or other purposes. The loose wheat will have to be re moved before the fire can be properly extinguished, and every day wasted' adds very considerably to the damage. The wages' sheet has been much re ueed since Sunday, but evert at a cost of £200 per day the expense would be worth inc...
BARRIER MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
BARRIER MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS* The elections for four Aldermen of the Broken Hill City Council aroused unusual interest on Saturday. Four La bor Aldermen recently resigned be cause (hey refused to obey the orders of the P.L.L: with regard"!** dismis sing. the City Solicitor.: The P.L.L. nominated four candidates for the va cancies :—rMessrs. G. Kerx\ President of the Amalgamated Miners' Associa tion; J. J. O'Reilly, President of Lab or's Volunteer Army ; Samuel J. Davey, President of the Engine Drivers and Firemen's Association; arid David G. Green. The National Gitizens,' Assoc iation also presented four candidates: Messrs. Andrew Fairweather, under ground manager of the South Mine: Alfred J. Pascoe, bootshop proprietor; John G. Phillips, foreman fitter; and Alfred Stanley Rawlins, master plum ber. Nearly 4,000 viies were cast. The result of the poll . was made known about 11 p.m. on Saturday. The voting was as follows:— Pascoe (Indpt), elected .. .. 1994 Phillips (Indpt), elected .....
SMELTERS LABOR TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
SMELTERS LABOR TROUBLE. No fresh developments occurred yesterday in connection with the ^threatened strike of A.W.U. members at the Smelters, which is timed to take place this morning. The subject was discussed widely in Port Pirie yester day, and the hope was generally ex presed, particularly by Smelter em ployes, that the trouble might be averted. Meanwhile the B.H.A.S. an ticipates a continuation of work.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
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TWO RETURNED SOLDIERS. WELCOMED HOME TO PORT PIRIE. CORPORAL TODD, D.C.M. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
TWO RETURNED SOLDIERSv : I WELCOMED HOME TO PORT PIRIE. CORPORAL TODD, D.C.M Although tnere was no display 01 flags in Port Pirie. yesterday afternoon, owing to the holiday, there was a. heartiness in the reception of two re cently returned soldiers that must have been"very welcome to them after their lorig igibsence. At the Solomon town railway station a number of peo ple assembled and cheered them hear tily. The station platform and build ings wore decorated with flags. The two returned soldiers, Corporal Ar thur Tod; D.G.M, son of *Mrs A.'Oav erietty-'of .'Pirie'South, ."and Pte T. H. ■Brereton, who is on a visit to friends in. Port Pirie. were then, conveyed by Lieut. A. G. B. Short, in his decorated motor car,' by way of Solomo.ntown to the Town Hall, where they were wel comed by a large number of members of "Dad's" Association, Mr. W. C. Slater, representing the Anzac Hospi tality Committee, and other organisa tions. Cheers were given for the two men and the boys at the front....
Fire is Burra District MANY FARMS DESTROYED. ESTIMATED DAMAGE, £30,000. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
Fire is Burra District MANY FARMS1 DESTROYED. ESTIMATED^ £30,000. A grass fire whiclx- did an immense amount of damage in its course of more than 20; miles, started on Friday • morning on Mr.* James O'Dea's pro perty. at Booborowie. It- was aided on its course by the hot wind, which pre vailed when the wheat stacks at Solo ; montown, caught fire. The llames ! pursued' a somewhat erratics-course, ijust skimming some properties, and i wiping others almost out of existence* ; 1 Mr. O'Dea, for instance, on whose property the lire is said to have ori ginated, had only a small stack of hay destroyed, and not much damage was odne to Mr. Pryde's land adjoining. But when the fire reached Mr. J. Par ker's Coralinga estate, it found "fuel, in the abundance of feed, about three feet high. ' Here the fire fighters em ployed their forces in vain. The flames travelled with such velocity that it was found impossible to burn back. On an adjacent property, the house wras saved, with a harvester, a. t...
THE HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
THE HOLIDAY. Business will be resumed to-day iu Port. Pirie. Yesterday was closcly observed as a holiday. There was a ■fair attendance at the cricket- matches iu the Recreation Ground. Last night numbers availed themselves of-the river excursion on the Euro. Several racing- enthusiasts betook themselves to Melrose, Adelaide, and other places where race meetings were held. The hills and other places were visited by picnic parties. The weather, though warm, was enjoyable for out-of-door gatherings.
Precautions at the Smelters VACCINE TELEGRAPHED FOR. INHALATORIUM TREATMENT PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919
VACCINE TELEGRAPHED FOR.: INHALATORIUir TREATMENT PREPARED. In view of the possibility;- ofspneu monio influenza m-eaKing-'out- m tiojith •-•vustraliar the B.H^^d5y. has'^tele irapheu for further - supplies -of vac cine "so that all the" employes at" the Smelters. iheir wives anu_ children, lujfiit i;e jnoculate'di• iltin'eoess^j^bjcJ,. bench wili attend at- the livst-aici sta-:; lion for the purpose'from 3.30 to 4.30 j p.m. each day to inoculate the labor ita. A large number of the employes, including ail the members of the •jinee -staff,- uave been inoculated. Ex perience has show7n that no risk is in curred by submission to inoculation, and that the reaction is devoid of bad iifeets. The company is bearing- the cost. The few rnen who, fearing without cause the effects, refuse ino culation, become a clanger not only to themselves, but, also a possible men- > ace to the- whole' community. As a further precaution, the inhala torium which was recently built at the works has been p...