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A PIRIE GRAPE VINE. BEARS 400 lbs. OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

A PIRIE GRAPE VINE.~ I BEAHS 400 lbs. OF FRUIT. S It is . frequently alleged by many I residents ot this town that gardens j arc impossible on account of the soil, ® the climate, and the fumes from the Works. That this is not so can be yrov- " ed by a visit to Mr. W. E. N. Laver's residence in Queen street, Solomon town. At the rear of the house is a single vine with over iOO lbs of fine grapes hanging from it. Such a prolific bearer would attract attention any where but in a locality suffering, so many handicaps \ as Pirie—the worst handicap being the name its own peo ple give the town—this growth is the more significant. This vine is not the .only proof of what care, knowledge uul hard work: can perform. Mrs Laver has a flower garden and lawn that would compare favorably with most Adelaide gardens. It is instances such as this- that should afford en couragement to other residents who, fond of gardens, have been_ deterred .from attempting the formation of one by-pessimistic prophec...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

Take ft With You. NevciN go on "a journey vviibout a bottle. of; ChaniberJain's r Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in your trunk. Train ami' boat U;aveUifig,\\\-Hli. the conse quent -.change of diet, upsets. many people ami it is not always easy to ob tain a remedy, when travelling. Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Hemedy ean always be relied -".Upon- to give in stant relief in a 11 bowel complaints. Sold everywhere. gfrienct !hai ifi« tiffl? w dral with » w *! xlrt «l*rt !>! «-.«> 1 fr ish Moss-'1" cc'jsk rortl•«-!!»<■ iviA-fd tr". •»t,5v- fef o-r> ^ . VS'i." 5? S5?: Wfft if g3 4-1 's i*J *sd'M TO • Let.- wdl-fumishe<l .House, with nil conveniences, anil shop tfdjoin iiig'; will lei-same k> tenant with «m><l references, on a nine-or twelve months' Term; no children. Owner leaving for Europe. Apply 'Phone 250. A CARD. .Mr A. K. BOLT, denial Surgeon. ■(Ink- ut' Bristol. Eng.) has JOINED in Practice of Dentistry, Mr. II. C.'AF FORD, Surget® ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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GERMANY MUST PAY Reparation Stands LLOYD GEORGE RENEWS PLEDGE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

GERMANY MUSI PAY LLOYD GEORGE: RENEWS PLEDGE. {Reuter's Service.} - LONDON, Thursday. 'In Hie House of Commons, -_Sir.. A. Guinness -askedi whether .the > Prime •Minister was prepared to press to the utmost for reparation from Germany; also, make Germany pay to the full extent of her resources. Mr Lloyd George replied that that was the election pledge given en by the Government after careful j Cabinet consideration, and the Gov-. [ eminent would stand by every word of (his pledge. "

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JAMESTOWN WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

JAMESTOWrr WEIGHTS." Thfj weights f..>- ii:>' Jamestown ntc^ -to be on Kr-brmsry 5<> are follows \ H:5!iui«';n> Hurdle Race. bvo miles.— Pinbaile. 10 si. 8I1>-: :Graee WalSiiii: ift.H: WiUuii. 10.i: Gvr. 10.3: Luoli ie!. ii. 1-2 : Pa.llUi. <>.10: Firs! Day. <>.*: Gliikhvicl\. Tof Meiba. I'.i: The Connin?Tower. fi.O: Dextral. 11.0. Jamesiown Hamiirap, one -in.'I a quarter iiiil.es,—Koyal Ponibander. 9.2; Lnn.sai-re. 9.0; La Boiselle. R.7; ?.Ial flnn Kinfr. 8.7: Et.hei M., .8:2:, Cheer Up. 7.8: Wairakei. 7.7: Tm-flla. 7.2: Lodiiel. 7.2 :.Wareast. 7.0: Albaree. 7.0: Bab Manor. 7.0. • Plying Handicap, six furlongs. Qucenbrook, 9.0; Toirr Gallon, 8.11 ; Lorcf;Mintberry, 8.9.; Mazaris, 8.8 Chardor, 8.4 : -Spyseope, 8.2; Lady Lossic. 8.0; St..■-.■Cyprian, 7.7; .Flagfall, 7.6; Dell Rose, 7.5: Erin's Rose. 7.0. Jumpers' Flat, one and a quarter miles.—Korea,1 10.5 : Oracc. Watson, 10.4: Duarran. 10.3: First Day, 10.0 ; Paddilli. 10.0 :Loch...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORK FOR TO-DAY. SOLDIERS MEMORIAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

WORK EOR TO-DAY. SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL PARK. A start? will be made this afternoon .with the erection of the new fence around the Soldiers' Memorial Park. Since the gardener (Mr Giles) took charge- about 14 months ago much has been done to improve the Park. In the garden plot around the rotunda one of the prettiest spots in Port Pirie —rthe phlox, sunflower and other plants set off the beautiful lawn, and make a picture well worth seeing. The outer fence lias been an eyesore for a long time, and it rests with the people of Port PirieJiow Jong it will remain as such. Mr. F. G. Tonkin suggested some time ago that a fence similar to that around the playground -could be erected at a cost of 5/ a post and rail and he followed up his suggestion by collecting £50 towards the cost. This money has been spent on posts andraJis, and this afternoon; volunteers under Mr. Tonkin; and Mr.: S. Cock burn will commence pulling down the old fence, and putting up a new one. People wlxo subscribe to this fu...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
To-Day's Racing [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

* To-Oay's Racing OawleF races will be hckl So-day. The following horses -have accepted for the various events: " j ' ' r SUMMER' PLATE. 1 About six furlongs. ; Wjzzo (inc. 51b. pen.).'"9.2: Queen-] brook. 9.0: Ralyona, 8.5:: Lord Mint- j berry {inc. 51b. ■•pen,) . 8.3; Battle Queen, 8.2;::,Theoda, "-8.2; Min Bess. \ 8.1; Marie Studholme, 8.0; Vain. 7.12; •Plaintive. 7.10; Joy -Ship, 7.-5:'.Dell ; Rose. 7.2; Cuttlia. 7.1. "HANDICAP: HURDLE RACE. " About two niilcs. Bottle" "King, i 1.2 ;- Mount Miltsiii. 10.4; lAiidy Donald, 10.2: Rytol (inc.] 51b. pen.), 10.1: Battle" Bridge, 9.10; Epsom Rose (inc. 51b-. pen.); 9.S;/ Locliiel, 9.3NuIIabon, 9.2; Kalunv.a, 1 9.2: The Gaiter, 9.2; First Day. Lord j .Oliver, Bonnie Flag, Ro'oerval, Blue Glint, Gro^gr Gror.ir, 0.0. SUMMER PURSE. ■ j About six furlongs. •Hindniarsh,- 9.7 : San . Geor?e/> 0.5: Dundacoola. S>.2; Royal Caro. 9.2: Mmiscus,: 9.2 ; Destructable,^ 9.2; BnL BlanTiaey,: .9.0;J;Etflpgisu 9.0; Red. 4G0I- .j ors. 8 js: Roval P...

Publication Title: Recorder
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TROOPS ON ORSOVA. REFUSED LANDING IN WEST. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

TROOPS ON ORSOVfl.: REFUSED LANDING IN WEfc'i. ADELAIDE, Friday. , The, Y.M.C.A. representative on board the Orsova, telegraphing from Albany to-day said: "Troops returning Orsova refused landing Western Aus tralia. This clean ship has been Quar antined. Troops had no shore leave since-embarking. Men are incensed at sueh a welcome home. Can steps be taken prevent recurrence experience other States?"

Publication Title: Recorder
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PETERBOROUGH ACCEPTANCES. MEETING NEXT SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

PETERBOROUGH ACCEPTANCES. FEE TING NEXT SATURDAY. The North-Easlera Jockey Club's SiHuuier n-eetin^ wili be held at A'uier borough ty-day. The following horses' have accepted: HANDICAP HUHDLK ' RAGE. About two miles. • st, lb. Grace Wafsuji .. . . .. JO i . Child wick / .. .... 9 12 -Tot "Melba ........ <> 10 'Luiabar .. .. ... .. 9 - 7 Jolly Dick -. ..... . . ... ' » 0 Dextral . . . , .... .... 9 0 PETERBOROUGH HANDICAP. Nine furlongs. Wee Spco .. . . . . . . 8 10 Rayahs . .. ....... S 8 Cheer Up; 8 <> Janiesiowh .. .. .. S 3 St. Cyprian-- .. .. .. .. S 2 Wairakci . .. . . . . -V . . ~ S. 0 Jandy . . .-.' .. .. . .• .. - 7. 13 Gyr . . 7 Jo Torilla ...... . . 7 12 .. Olive Downs ... . .. . ., 7 8 Scutaria . .. .. . . -. . .-. 7 G HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. One mile. Doll Rose .. .. ...... D 0 Snowfowti . . . . .. .. S O Sciitaria . . • ..... § 2 BJafil .. :.. .. .. . .. S 0 Hopfaetor .......... 7 12 Tierawarra - -. • ■ .... 7 10 Real Gold . . : . .... . . : 7...

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RETURNING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

RETURNING SOLDIERS, Mrss> Scarman, of Gertrude street, lias received news Utat her sou, P. G. Scarman, of the 27th Battalion, will re turn lo-day. Ttie returning soldier is an Auzac. ■> •ADELAIDE, Friday. The .Defence authorities notify that the Berrima and Bakara troops are ex pected to disembark from the Berrima at the Outer Harbor at noon on Sat urday. ^ The .returning' soldiers who. are coining out on the Gily of York and the .Norvada are expected to disem bark at the Outer Harbor to-morrow.

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AMERICA EJECTS UNDESIPABLES. (Reuter's Service.) CHICAGO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

AMERICA EJECTS UNDES«P,<\BL.ES. (Reuter's Servlce.l GHICiAiGO, Thursday. A general clealn up of undesirables throughout the United States is under way. 'Large numbers are being de ported to Europe.

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HOW LONG EFFECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

HOW LCriQ EFFECTIVE. X ••For how long a period i.r"TnoGulu tion clfpctive.?'* Dr. Paton, ipresident, of the Sydney Board of Health, was asked. - 'V;V ■ "If wc could tell 'that,.we- should be,: very nine:; happier than we arc now-.-' replied the president,who was with Dr.- Cleland. the head of the .microbio logical" seel.on, at the time. "Tiie length of lime that inoculation A immunii ,• <_>r raniai immunity o 1 tiie diseaif." he .added, "ha? not v«t neon " determined. The" disease and | it t ?atment are too record for exact . c t 15 to be given yet." I It "as ciplaicfd to the t»vo fcien J lifie men that somebody desired to l;nov whether it. wasj necessary for him to be inoculated now, as lie had been t' <-af ?d with the vaccine in No y e*"bc* Both: authorities were con vinced- that treatment in this case was not--.■necessary-; yet/ ' - , "It is. after - all, a matter of exer cise of the communal spirit," said Br Paton. "We deal with .communities as well as i...

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SOCIALIST MISSION TO RUSSIA. (Reuter's Service.) BERNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

SOCIALIST MISSION TO RUSSIA. (Router's Service.) BERNE, Thursday. f The .Socialist Conference lias ap pointed a commission; Tto proceed to Russia at Lenin's invitation to investi gate the results of Bolshevism. Mr Ramsay Maedonakt is British delegate thereto. - ; r •

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PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA PIRIE STILL CLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA PIRIg STILL CLEAN. Enquiry yesterday afternoon at the office of the local board of' health showed that there, were no new de velopments in Pirie; The satisfactory assurance was .given that Pirie is a clean town: that is to say,-no eases of pneuinonic iniluenztt have "been re ported. - • : The secretary to the local hoard .of liealtli has drawn ^out a_ list of articles required for. the^kitchen, including Hour,. tea and sugar, wheu the isola tion liospi tal is made avaiiab iu for use.

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INTERNATIONAL ARMY REJECTED PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

INTERNATIONAL ARMY .REJECTED PARIS, Thursday. The plan for stationing an interna tional military force in' Fra'nce as a strategic centre of Europe was defeat ed by an ovenvhelming majority at to days sitting of the Society of Nations.

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Pirie Blamed EXTRAORDINARY ALLEGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

Pirie Blamed EXTRAORDINARY ALLEGATION There. was published in the "Ad - .VfartiserV. of yesterday a telegram that / a cast; in pneumonic influenziv had beeh I taken to Sydney from Port Pirie. Tiie : telegram appeared as followsV Case from Port Pirie. Sydney, February JU<. An additional e.as<yjl' pneumonic influenza,was reported this even ing r.mi 'the .steamer Kauir'.v ; from Fort Pirie, ' : Entt riny V ll::s port on-\-'i i :,<;•>:'/> the Ivadiria cleared for Sydney direct on February 5 with a cargo of lead. During the vessel's stay here there was no suspicion of any disease either on board or in the town. It is possible that a mistake'has been made in diag nosing tin; ease, otherwise the incident is inexplainable, unless of course, the infection was incurred aftei^arriyal at Sydney. " Dr. Leiteh, . health oflieer, when shown the telegram, said that had there been a genuine case of pneumon ic inllu- is on board when iii : left here, there .-wou...

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TREATY MAY BE REVIEWED. TWENTY PARLIAMENTS CONCERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

TREATY IV»,*Y BE REVIEWED. TWENTY l\ARrJLVM&S'TS CON CERNED.*' In the House of Gomrfcons lo-day ik George Lambert askeda wheflier Par liament vvould have tlielpower to alter the provisions of the peace treaty. Mr Bjonar Law replied that it is quite possible that about twenty Par laiments should discuss**the details oi\ the treaty. .

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ADELAIDE BECOMING CLEAN. TRAVELLING RESTRICTIONS. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

ADELAIDE BECOffilNG CLEAN. •TRAVELLING RESTRICTIONS. ADELAIDE, Friday. Commenting upon the influenza epi demic to-day the "chairman . of tlie Central Board of Health (Dr. Ramsay Smith} - referred with pleasure to the fact that eight clear days had elapsed since any case- of influenza had oc curred, and providing the conditions remained as they were at present the State would soon he practically clean.; The Premier intimated that- in the case of residents of other States be iiyj .stranded here and South Aus-: ir.illuu* L-C'.i'i: in a similar p"li,s:ii :i: iiu' various parts of lite Commonwealth, reciprocal arrangements had been en tered into between the respective Gov ernments to render assistance in the shape of sustenance upon persons un dertaking to refund any advance made them within three months after their return home. . A meeting of stranded West Aus tralians was held this morning to see what arrangements could be macte with Hie South Australian Government to dispatch.;? train...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRANCE NOT SUPPORTED. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

FRANCE WOT SUPPORTED. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS. Thursilav. The League of JVaUqus Commission expects to finalise its scheme to-day. There is no doubt Britain and Anicrica are absolutely hostile to the eleveuth hou'r proposal of France tluit the na tions be pledged to despatch armies immediately any . nation wilhin the league is menaced. ■i Field Marshal Ilaig has returned to headquarters and Marshal- Foch has gone to Terves. ■

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Two Deaths in Melbourne THIRTY NEW CASES. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

Two Deaths in THIRTY NEW CASES. MELBOURNE. Friday. Thirty additional cases of influenza were reported in .Melbourne up to | noon to-day, and two deaths occurred.

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BOLSHEVISTS DEFEATED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

BOLSHEVISTS DEFEATED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday-. Renter's correspondent at,Copen hagen ori Wednesday stated that the Bolshevists had been completely driven out of the territory of the Esthonian Republic. British warships bombard ed Windau, which had been occupied l»y Bolshevists. / - - '

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