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GERMANY IN TURMOIL Outbreak Expected To-morrow Spartacist Atrocities (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

GERMANY IN TURMOIL o—— ■ Outbreak Expected To-morrow Spariacist Atrocities (Published in The Times.) LONDON. Thursday. 31 r Charles Tower. "Daily News''." correspondent, telegraphing- from Wit-mar, says: — I llerr Ebert, as President, has been cokIly>received, and there is an utter lack of public interest. The President is asking' Dr. Seliie-" deniann to form a Ministry. The choice is regarded as unfortunate be cause ;Schiedemaim was twice reject ed by the delegates of his own party. The middle-class parties, 'nevertheless, accept the Eberl-Schiedemarm com bination as the only alternative • to anarchy and chaos. .Mr Tower, on his return from Ber lin, found the conditions becoming ; worse. There is a general feeling of insecurity and unrest, likewise a hat red of the Allies for hardening the terms of the armistice. Further Spar- j tacist outbreaks are expected. The ; extremists are revising their organ is a- i lion, and intend to launch a campaign of guerilla warfare henceforth, a...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

FRANCIS' MARBLE BAR. Try our new Soda Fountain Drink, Clean; and: Pure. Special for. To-day. CHOCOLATE id. GLASS. CHOCOLATE AND "MILK 6d glass. Note Address.—Ern«st J. Francis, (opp. Barrier Hotel.) STANDARD FIRE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE CORSPAKV. Rvp.ry Description of Insurance Busi ness Transacted at Lowest Current Rates; . T-OHAL AGENT FOR PORT PmiB: G. KEMP, c/o Treleaven and Brown. TEL. 162. 7 SEATER STUDEBAKER, 6 SEATER FORD For HIRE to. ANY PART of the STATE Available Day or Night. LAVER MOTOR WORKS, 54 Florence St., Port Pirie. !s Your Child Constipated? If your- child is dull and stupid see ■whether ile is constipated. Nine times out of ten that is the trouble. Con stipation arises from indigestion and sluggish, liver, and a sluggish liver makes a sluggish mind. Chamber-;, Iain's Tablets' act directly on the.liver, cleansing the system of the constipa ted matter and bile which has made your child eo stupid. Chamberlain's Tablets are an ideal remedy for chil dren! and are plea...

Publication Title: Recorder
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RUMANIAN INSURRECTION. (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

RUMANIAN INSURRECTION. (Heuter's Service ) ■. LONDON, Thursday."" Berlin reports that a state of insur rection has broken out in Rumaniu: The Kinjj was wounded when escap ing,

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Objections to Judge GOVERNMENT HOUSE SCHEME DARWIN'S "UNHOLY ALLIANCE." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

fbjecJions to Judge GOVERNMENT HOUSE SCHEME I)AH\YL\"S "L'NIIOLy ALLIANCE." At tin- sittings'of the Darwin Court 'last'Saturday before Mr. Justice Bev an,..arul u special jury, at the opening ' of a case in which Harold Nelson sued Alfred Slocks, to recover moneys lent, Mr. Mallam, plaintiff's solicitor, raised the question of the-advisability of Mr. Justice Bevan hearing tlie case, in view of recent happenings, and cir cumstances. Mr. Mallam stated that plaintiff, at a meeting of tlic Darwin town Council, moved a resolution strongly condemning what some Acle^ laide newspapers had described as.an unholy alliance between the judiciary, und tlie Territory administration. .Mr. Justice Bevan: You do not sug gest that I have pecuniary interests, in this case? Mr. Mallam: No, but in view of the resolution, and the subsequent happen ings, we suggest that it would be very unwise for your Honor to hear the j ease. The resolution which lie refer red to had been published in the Fed eral Hansa...

Publication Title: Recorder
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League of Nations SECOND READING OF DRAFT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

League of Nations SECOND READlNQvjOF DRIFT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursdav. !A comniunique from' Paris dated February 13 says that: after receiving Jakfk report- of the drafting' committee : which added several articles to the League of Nations, the Commission proceeded with tlie second reading of the draft,- approving of; over a quarter 'hereof in the li:nal form. '- The Allied Reparation Commission heard Mr Dullest and Lord Sumner respectively explain the American and British \ie\vpoins. . •

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RIVER PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

RIVER PICNIC. Members of the Port Pine Motor Boats anil Sailing Club held a moon light excursion down the river- on Thursday night. The weather was suitable for an outing- of- the kind. A fleet of over a dozen motor boats left their moorings at 7.30 for a shelly spot on the banks of First Creek, near the Fibre Company's works. An en joyable evening was spent, more par ticularly by ihc juveniles. Mr. R. French. the club's secretary, was an excellent advance agent, and had -seat ing accommodation prepared and other arrangements made for the enjoyment of the party. His efforts were highly appreciated. The club is gratified at the success of the outing and intends to arrarfge similar functions for. future fine evenings.

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Industrial Unrest NEW CRISIS ARISES. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

industrial Unrest NEW CRISIS ARISES. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Thill's da The new industrial Crisis is serious ly regarded owing to the uncompro mising- attitude of the miners and the significant messages which have pas sed between the conferences mention ed: oil; Wednesday and the transport workers,' stating- that- the combined miners and railwaynien's unions rnusv be irresistible.; The miners, replying,-; have stated that- the bond ofj union of lite tiiree bodies will stand the test of capitalistic opposition. . The Railway Conference is more hopeful, and it is believed it will reach ail amicable. settlement. (Reuter's Service.) * ~" LONDON, Friday. The executive of 'the Miners' Fede ration, replying to the Government proposals, does not accept the data upon which the Government offer is based, and denies' the statement that a 30 per cent increase in wages would prejudice economic life. The reply emphasises thenecessity for shorter hours and a higher standard of living, ft s...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

Bronchitis, Bronchitis is a very common ail ment among children and among those subject to it the least little, exposure brings it on—that i§ if the child is not given Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy at the first- wheezing or hoarse ness.' Sold everywhere. CpI3s~are prevalent justjrsow ^ a" bottle"©! Bonn-" —TmgtonCfloes.'^ 11 c -quictljr.p«rniaDently. Be ofjmi tatijja*..BoD riin g ton's 1 curedio'tj^er 50 y ears—there' a] noOting'tA equal it. Sold in two si?e3-tb«.largest is V>est value. Getitto-iiay. Avoid imitations, f/f and fci& „ rish Moss

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

Often Mistaken for Rheumatism. One sign of liver trouble is a screw ing' paiii in' the shoulder, which is often: so severe as to feel as if a gim let was being driven in. Many people suffering- this way imagine it is' rheu matism, and rub in linamenls and think they are no good because they do not lose the pain. Ail that- is necessai'y is a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They are (he safest, surest and best medicine for a sluggish liver. The use of Chamberlain's Tablets is not fol lowed by constipation. Instead you will find your bowels act more regu larly and naturally than before. Sold everywhere. PORT P1R1E BAPTIST CHURCH. Church Renovation. Services held in "LECTURE HALL. j 1 a.m.: Rev. A. Gowans ; . 7 p.m. : Mr. F;Vlvej^ - ■' ^ PIRIE SOUTH BAPTIST CHURCH. Soloraontoyvn Railway Station. J I ii.ni.. Mr N. Edwards. 7 p.m.: Rev. A. Gowans. THE SALVAtToN ARMY. Sunday, 7 a.m., Kneedrill; II a.m., Holiness: 3 p.m.. Young People's •Meeting; 7.15, Bright Salvation Meet ing. Old^time S...

Publication Title: Recorder
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BERRMA ARRIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

BEHHLMA AHMIVE Our Adelaide correspondent, -■wiring last -night, reports : "The troopship Bern'ma arrived at the Outer Harbor this morning."

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WAR'S CEMETERIES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

— ; —: —- I WAR'S CEMETERIES. j ■rt 1 (Heuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. Mr GUurcliill slated in tlie House of Commons lo-day Uiat. tlie committee is considering the question, of enab-' ling relatives to .visit tlie graves in Fraince and Flanders. i

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"CHURCHES' SOCIAL PROGRAM." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

"CHURCHES' SOCIAL PROGRAM." j . The late ex-President Theodore ! Roosevelt once said: "Let the churcH load. Let the' church leadin every thing that tends for betterment/'..This will form the basis of an address qn "Has the clmreh a social program"}" to he delieverod by Uv, T. D. Webb, on Sunday night, in the Congregational church, Mr. Webb lias for years been a keen student of social questions.

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MUDDLED CAMPAIGNS. TWO REPORTS WITHHELD. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

MUDDLED CAMPAIGNS. TWO REPORTS:- WITHHELD, (iteuter's Service.) LONDON. Thursday. Iii the House of Commons, in reply to Mr Wolmer, Mr Bonar Law stated the Government was convinced that the evidence given, before the Meso potamia and Dardanelles Commissions should I'uot he published; at any rate until peace was signed. — Mr Wolmer: "Is'thisrowing- to the necessity of shielding- individuals ?" Mr Bonar Law; "Not at all.".

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

Ruthless- Reducdonslin all Slocks Our. WHOLE STOCK is now beiug subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS t<j effect' a speedy Clearance'prior to Taking Stock. SEE OUR BARGAINS in Stylish BAGS, PURSES. Etc. BUY .'TO DAY "whilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. V y Note these Wendreus .. _ 2/6 . .. 4/6 .7. 12/6 LEATHER BAGS, Superbly Finished, from .. .. .. E.P. PULSES,. Quite Dainty, from .. v. .. .... . CHAIN PUftSES, Very Stylish, from .. .. Stroll thorugli and see the profusion of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities Importer, v Diamond , Mercbanl, Ma'tiafactoriiig Jeweller and (^ticran,

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PREFERENCE TO SKILLED LABOR. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

PREFERENCE TO SKILLED LABOR., I Ueuter's Service.) - LONDON, Thursday. The Press Bureau announces ..that the Minister of Labor, pending the fifcml settlement of the Restoration of Pre-war Practices Bill, has laid down the principle that skilled workmen shall have preference over dilutees in dealing with' questions of priority in employment and discharge.

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Out of Work Crooks DULL DAYS IN CRIME. COMBING THE UNDERWORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

Out of Woik Crooks DULL DAY& IN CRIME. COMBING rl lIK t:NDfcllWO'ULD. An epidemic in a big city is btrangc ly enough very often characterised by - a lull in crime, and as the periad of the plague's presence wears cm. by a re 7 crudescenee, whirli in many cases is of a rather serious nature. ? In Sydney for the past three or four ; months there has been a remarkable absence of crime. The criminal is amongst us, no doub t.but ft) ingsliavc been bad with him. He lias been hav ing what; he thinks lie deserves as much as anyone else—Ta hoiiday. Be sides, he has been limited fairly per sistently, and altogether his profes sion, temporarily at any rate, showed few opportunities to him. Decrease In Crime. But simultaneously with, the outbreak of pneumonic influenza here was a t most noticeable decrease in the num- j -her of daily crime reports. And when j the theatres and shows were closed, J and later., when hotels shut up. the j decrease was even more apparent. In- I deed, if drun...

Publication Title: Recorder
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PROGRESS OF REPATRIATION. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

'PROGRESS'"-OF REPATRIATION. j (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. The lied Cross reports that 37 Aus tralians who were captured have not been repatriated. Sixteen are in Ger many and ii in Holland. Of those in Uerm&hy some have" not communi cated since: the armistice, probably owing to the revolutionary disorgan isation. - | (lieuter's Service.} [ LONDON, Thursday. In (fii- House of Commons,, "Mr Shortt stated that tlie general repatri ation of alien enemies in the United Ivitogdoin is being carried out as far as shipping permitted. Over 6000 have been repatriated since the armis tice. Eighteen thousand six hundred enemy civilians are at present intern ed in the United Kingdom. (United Gable Service.) LONDON, Thursday. General Hobbs, who lias returned from France, states the Australians fully understood" the Waavoitlable de lays in demobilisation, and are every where behaving well.

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AIM OF INOCULATION. PREPARING THE SERUM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

Aim OF INOCULATION. PREPARING THE SERUM. I)i\ Cleland, of the Sydney Board of Health,- the medical ofliccr engaged in the making of vaccine," has told something about the serum and the reasons for its use. "The organisations found complica ting; the disease," he said, "are grown in culture media often of a very spe cial character, and after a sufficient growth is developed the organisms are suspended in a fluid medium, arid are killed. The dead bodies of these or ganisms comprise the elements that cause the human body to produce pro tective substances against the evil ef fects of the bacteria used. "In other words the aim of the inocu lation process by means" of these dead bacteria is to educate the cells of the human; beings to deal with 'any pos sible later infection due to living or ganisms of the same kind that inay gain entrance. "Xou may liken inoculation to the education of an army. You prepare the army for combat bv teaching it how to drillv;shoot, &c.. sa that when ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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NEW OUTBREAK IN BRITAIN. GRADUALLY SPREADING. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

NEW OUTBREAK IN BRITAIN. GRADUALLY SPREADING. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Thursday. . Jailiienza is raging in Hie South of Ireland. The weekly deaths in Great Britain are above 400. -The new out break is rapidly spreading.

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FRENCH DREADNOUGHT STRANDED (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 15 February 1919

FRENCH DREADNOUGHT STRANDED (Published.'in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. The big .French" .-'dreadnought Miru-~ bau was stranded off Sebastopol dur ing a snowstorm. 11 is feared the vessel wilt break up. The Mirabau carries ji crew of 858. No details have, been received,.'

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