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VALUE OF MASKS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

VALUE OF MASKS. Tt has been contended that, wearing of musks is 'likely'"to be so injuvious. owing-to people inhaling- vitiated air, as to outweigh any possible benefit. When . this, objection was submitted to Uio^ New South Wales Director General of Public Health, Dr. Paton, he said:— "The masks are,unpleasant to wear, no doubt, but the infection of inlhrcnza is considered to be communicated from one person to another by means of droplets. If a person stands in front of a miiTor-and breathes he will lind moisture on the glass. In cases of in fluenza these particles of moisture contain infection. „ "By using a mask a person suffer ing from influenza cannot convey these droplets to anyone else, and the person Ayearmg a mask cannot accrue droplets "from anyone else, so the masks are a double protection. : " "If 1 he mask is;;properly kept clean 'the wearer does not breathe the air !ve ex'ialcs. The nir lie inhales passes through the mask and is~ filtered. To a certain extent the amoun...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —February.— ANTICIPATIONS FOR ORROROO. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

in,, WW, - r,gr»rr. ... Sporting RACING FIXTURE —February.—' 19—Penola Racing- Club. .. 10.—Orroi'oo Jockey Club. 20.—Tumby Bay Jockey Club. 22.—Port Augusta L.V. Racing Club 26—Jamesiov.n Racing- Club. 26.—Millicent Racing Olub. 27.—Port Lincoln Racing 'Club. • ' . . . —iiareh.— - 1.—Suowtown Racing- Club. 5.—Balaklava Racing Club. - u.—Mount Gamincr Racing Club. 8—Spalding Racing Club. 12.—Port Broughton Racing Club. 12—Murat; Bay Jockey Club. ' 12, 13.—Naracoorte Racing Club. 15-.—Port Adelaide Racing Club. (By "Cliuringa.") ANTICIPATIONS FOR ORROROO. Orroroo races \viil be held on Wed nesday. Selections; Hurdle Itace: GRACE WATSON. Trial Stakes: DELL FIRE or SN'O.W Orroroo Handicap: ETHEL M. or CHEEr UP. Junipers' Fiat: KOREA. 'Flying' •• ..Handicap:. ' ETHEL M. or S YPSCOPE. * ■ Walloway Stakes: BOB .MIANOR. Tota'lisador Handicap: 'CHEER UP or DELL ROSE. Nominations for the chief races at QakbanK' will close to-day. A nioi'e disagreeable day than that expericfjced for the Gawte...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IN QUARANTINE. PIRIE VISITOR'S EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

IN QUARANTINE. PIHIE VISITOR'S EXPERIENCES. —A traveller who readied Port Pirie yesterday from Melbourne, and had to spend seven days in quarantine at Ser viceton, describes the quarantine sys tem in foree as farcical. Passengers are required to spend seven days under observation because within that time any germ which they might have pick ed iip'ih an infectcd part of Victoria would disclose its presence. But as travellers newly arrived are allowed to mix freely with-those whose period of probation is almost over it is still pos sible for the disease to be .brought =nlo South Australia. Serviceton has no ordinary accom modation for visitors. As many of the quarantined travellers as could be crowded in'were allowed to sleep iii the railway, staffs' boarding houses. Others lived" in tents patched in the wheat lields or in the yards of the boarding houses. Dr. Arnold., the quarantine; Officer, is doing his "best under difficult 'circumstances to re lieve the discomforts of the "situat...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

Bronchitis. Bronchitis is a very common ail ment among children and among those subject, to it tlie least little exposure brings it on—that is "if the child is not given Ghairiberlain's Cough Reme dy at the first wheezing or hoarse ness. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NAVAL COMMISSION'S THREAT. BREAKING UP SUBMARINES. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

NAVAL COMMISSION'S THREAT. BREAKING UP SUBMARINES. LONDON, Sunday. , it is reported at Copenhagen that the Entente Naval Commission has arrived- at Kiel and announced Uia't owing to delays in disarming certain .submarines, those not disarmed before ■February 17 vviil be broken up. - r The Hamburger Fremenblatt states, that the Bolshevists. have ■ deserted Winclau owing to the bombardment by the Brilsh warships. 11' is reported from Constantinople that the British, have occupied Niko medi^i Angora and Korich.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORROROO RACES. WEIGHTS FOR FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

ORROROO RACES. / \\ EIGHTS FOR FEBRUARY ID. - i Tile following arc the weigh is for :the forthcoming meeting on Wednes day at '.Orroroo: HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. - st. lb. Pinballie ... . . .. .. 10 Lia - Grace Watson .. .. .. lft "G : Tot Melba .. ... .. .. ..10 2 Lulabar .... .. 9 13 Dextral .... .. .. .. . 9-3 ' The Conning- Tower .. .. 9 0 OHRORO 0 HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. . Coonong .. .. . . ; 9 4 Arltunga King .. .. .. ..... 8 3 - Wee Spec ... .. t il Eyalis ........... 7 10 St. Cyprian 7 10 Klliol M. . . . . . . v. •• 1 J? Cheer Up ... .... .... . 7 9 . W'airakei ... ..' .. .. 7 "7 Jandy .. .. .. 7 6 Albaree .. .. .. .. • 1 '4 War Cast ;. .. 7 0 : Bob .Manor . ... - . .. .. 7 0 JUMPERS' FLAT liiANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. Pinballie . . . . ...... 10 7 Grace Watson .. .. 10 5 Tot-Melba ... .... .... 10 3 Korea .. .V .. .. .. .. AO- 2 Lulabar .... .. ...... 9 IB Bextral . . . - ... . • 9 2 The Conning Tower .. . 9 0 FLYING HANDICAP, v •Six furlongs. Mazaris ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Armistice Terms STRINGENT CONDITIONS IMPOSED. PARIS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

New Armistice Terms STRINGENT CONDITIONS IMPOSED. PARIS, Sunday. Marshal Foeli will communicate to the German delegates at-Traves the additional terms for the extension of the armistice %vhich expires; to-mor i row. . These prohibit >' the German troops passing a line which follows ; the province ox Posen, and in event of non-compliance the armistice may be denounced. - ; - BASLE, Sunday. t A message: frornvTi-eyes says the ex; tended armistice terms whicli require the Germans to cease the offensive against ; the Poles says ithat tiieir troops must not pass a line starting . from tlie Russian frontier, west of Luisenfeld, and* passing west of Gooss nendorf, south of Brzoza, north of Schubin, north of Exin, south of Sahi otchin, south of Schodziensen, north of ' Czarinikan, west of Miala Bimlaum, Rentsehen, Vollstein, and -Lissa, north of Fierrchou, as far as Silesia on the Russian frontier. -- Three days' notice of denunciation must be given and the previous' terms of the armisti...

Publication Title: Recorder
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SYDNEY CASES INCREASING. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

SYDNEY CASES INCREASING. SYDNEY, Monday. I [ Seven 'fresh cases of pneumonic in fluenza were reported to the Sydney board of health on Saturday,, and five more on Sunday, making a total number , of fresli eases during the week-end of twelve. No new cases were re ported from the country. Two of the cases came from one house in Darling-, hurst. According to official figures thefc have been 163 cases in New South- Wales since the outbreak.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC SUSPICIOUS CASE AT BURRA. SUBSIDING IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC SUSPICIOUS CASE AT B URRA. SUBSIDING IN ADELAIDE. ; ; - ADELAIDE,- Monday. The chairman of the Central Board of Health received a telegram from tlx.: Bm-ra on Sunday night stating that a num, had died from influenza willi signs of lung,, complications; Dr Ramsay Smith did 'not receive full par ticulars of the case. There have been tifteen'cases 'of influenza at Burra. At Waikerie two men ill with in "fluena^^^ isplated. The officer.- of health, Adelaide. Dr. T. Borthwiclc, said to-day that no. fresh cases had been reported to him within the city boundaries for some time.

Publication Title: Recorder
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ISOLATION HOSPITAL. NOT TO BE EQUIPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

ISOLATION HOSPITAL. NOT TO BE EQUIPPED. \ * At last night's meeting of the local board of health the Mayor reported that several matters connected with the question of an outbreak had been dealt with by the secretary and him self. They hail put.in much time at tending to the various matters. Unless otherwise injjtwjcted by a special re solution :of th^- board it was not his in tention tastiq^ariylhing' more in con nection /witljr equipping the Y.M.C.A. hall for*|the purposes of an isolation hospital.? He would leave the matter to llie .lis oration of the board. . Or. llopjvins said he thought it had been decided In dismantle the hall at once and eqttip it as an isolation hos pital. ' The Mayor said lie was not able to be present on the morning \yhen the ?ai*risngcmt:hlg-were" made. Or. Warren and the secretary were present. .After consulting with the health officer,'. Dr. GOode and others it was thought best to allow matters to remain as they were. Dr. Goode: The building could be p...

Publication Title: Recorder
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IMPROVEMENT IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

IMPROVEMENT IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE, "Monti In "Melbourne ihe influenza situation is stilHmproying.^Up to 12.30 p.m. to day there were only 18 admissions to the hospital and no further deaths were : reported. This is the quietest morning since the epidcmic commenccd.

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Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

Firie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Trains arc due to leave Pino for— Peterborough'at 0.30 a.m., 12 noon (carrying, passengers for Wilmington line), 5.15 p.m. (carrying passengers for Adelaide via Tcrowie). Adelaide, via Biyllte, at U.-iO a.m. Trains are due to arrive at Pirie from— Peterborough at 5.:)0 a.m. (bring ing Adelaide passengers via Tclowie), 1.15 p.m. (bringing passengers from Wilmington line), 7.12 p.m. Adelaide, via Blythe, -at 4.8 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

Do Yonr MealsPit ? Do yon fee I sang and comfortable around vom* waist-line after a hearty meal ? E'iJ your last meal taste deliriously good to you. and aid you eat all you wanted ? Corn you "pave patted your rotundity in flee aacl felt -proud of your appetite and of your goe-i, strong stomach ? Do you feel rosy now because your, last meal gave yon no inconvenience whatever ? If no!, you have Dyspepsia in some form and probably never realised it. - It you have the least trouble in your stomach after eating, no matter how little or how much you eat, there is troublo brewing, and you must correct it at once. Blest all stomach troubles come from Fcc-r, weak, scanty gastric juice, that precious liquid which ought to turn your food into rich, red blood. If you have Nausea, your gastric juice is weak. If you nnve sour rbings or belch ittgs.ypur focd is fermenting ; your gas tric juice is .weak. If you have loss of appetite, your gastric juice is weak. If you ];?ve a blonty- feeling of ave...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

K^y ———-O- --.T'V.. UNEARNED INCREmENT. ' FROM £7/17/6 to £1250. " Looking into the history of a small residence in Dubbo last week, itwas* interesting- to observe the ; indications* of increasing values. - In 1858 -th« Crown 'sold"the freehold of a 2h acre block in the neighborhood of the bowl eg green for £7/17/6 to one of the i best known families in the town. -; The grantee sold the;.:-2A acres in 1859 for £40. In 1863 the land, in eludedwith other lands, was sold for £200. : In 1864- the 2 5 acres were again sold for £20— a drop in value from the £10 in 1859. In 1884, by j which time, no doubt, a wooden re si- ' dencc had been built on the land, it was sold for £450. The new owner subivided the 2-V acres into 33ft. rind 40ft. frontages, and in 1892 one of the frontages of 33ft. was <?ohl for £83, and another block adjoining at the rear for £40, so that the £7/17/6 for 2i acres in 1858 had risen to £123 for (about a quarter acre." or at the rate of about £1250 for the...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Police Court A SUNDAY BRAWL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

Police Conrt ■ • ' H i. : 1 A SUNDAY BRAWL. Two foreigners named Emanuel LeonanH and Sinii Ben Rahinat were enlarged at the Police Court yesterday, before Mr. Scott, S.M., and Messrs T. G. Simpson and II. G. Afford, J's.P., with fighting- on Queen's wharf ,last Sunday. The iiglit was described -as', an "all 111" one. and took place in the "presence of a large crowd of spectat ors. The accused pleaded: guilty and were-each Jined £2 and 15/ costs or; seven clays. " * . Indecent Language. . A further charge was made against Emanuel Loonardi of using indecent language. To this the accused also pleaded guilty. He was sentenced to a fine of £3 and costs- in default 14 days' imprisonment. . ^ . Case Dismfssecr. • - I : Sirs. /Swain charged her.: husband Percy Swain wjjh failing, to provide sufficient maintenance for herself and four children. Mr. llegan appeared for Mrs. Swaih. "On opening the. case it was found that an incorrect dale had been given in the information. . The case was there...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

Late W, E. HAMPj Ellen Street PICKED "PLUIHS" FROf^ OUR HUGE LIST OF ; Ladies' Smart Ready to Wear and Un trimmed HATS. Hamp's Pries, lip to 16/9 each. EASTON'S PRICE, .. v. 1/11 each Ladies'- Smart Trimmed and Ready to Wear HATS. Hamp's price, up to • 22/9 each. EASTON'S " PRICE .. .. 3/11 each All Hamp's Smart TRIMMED MILLIN ERY, marked up to 32/9 each. EASTON'S PRICE.. . . 8/11 each tV Mixed Lot of Ladies' and Children's White and" Colored Stitched Wash ing HATS. Hamp's price, .up to 6/11 each. EASTON'S PRICE .. .. 1/ each Ladies' and Children's White PANA MA HAT'S. Hamp's price, up to ->:j/9 each. " EASTON'S PRICE . . . . 6/11 each, 1000 Sprays of Beautiful 'Assorted FLOWERS. Hamp's price, up to •5/11' each. ' " EASTON'S PRICE . . . . 6d. the sEfay Dain ty F1 oral MUSLINS, Various Shades. Hamp's price, 6/11. EASTON'S PRICE .... 4/3 the dress Monster White Turkish TOWELS. Ilamp's price, i/H each. ; EASTON'S PRICE .. 1/6 each Brown -Turkish TOWELS, nice Handy Size. Ilamp's pric...

Publication Title: Recorder
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ADJUSTING CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

ADJUSTING CONDITIONS. The war is over, but not done with, j There are awful messes to i>e cleaned ! up, and much patience and charity will' be needed. -The "haves" and thej "have nots" must learn to pool re sources, for great, -tfealtii and ex-: •treme. poverty, educated .'selfishness and gross illiteracy can aio longer ex ist side by side in the same commun ity. The lesson, emphasised by the 'war, that "we are; all members one of another," will have to be accepted with its implications, and a way dis covered o£ applying- it in practical life. The Whitley report is one "such attempt, and the hew -'.education pro visions of the ..British Government, I which seek to atone for the post 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 con ditions have in some directions already been anticipated by employers of la bor.. With others, Cadbury Bros., at their Bournville works, .have always so...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HUMOR IN HOTEL RAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

HUMOR IN HOTEL RAIDS. Hotel raids are not without an ele ment of hum or sometimes—for the police. In a recent raid whiclx was conducted by members of the licen sing branch (remarks the Mebourne Age) iio signs -of trading were found on the ground floor of the hotel in' question, so a constable, being natui* ally /suspicious, continued the search iipstairs. He knocked at one door and demanded admittance in the name, of the low. After a while a woman's voice —that of the licensee, it is alleged— was heard to declare that law or no law the constable was not to come in as she was. in bed. - Again the sceptical ' policeman knocked on the door. The lady per sisted in the inviolability of iter bed room. Perceiving that defeat was in evitable in a verbal battle, the con stable hurled himself at the door, and gained admittance to the bedroom! The blushing licensee was not in bed. Inside, '.however, there were several; man,; some of whom, it is assorted, had * been drinking liquor whicli the l...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
One Hundred New Subscribers WHAT PIRIE'S LIBRARY WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

One Hundred New Subscribers WHAT PIRIE'S LIBRARY WANTS. .There is an awakening of interest in ..the-: institute library. Figures "show that there liuve been. as. .mafly -new subscribers enrolled for the week just .-(tided as.for the whole of flie mouth of January. It is hard to understand why the figures are not bigger. The library is lnirge, containing 0000 volumes. The wprlis are. \veU chosen. They range from the most up to*, date fiction to philosophy and- travels. The taste of all is c onsidered when selec lions; a re made. Even, the'kiddies are catered :for with: books of healthy adventure tii at must • irresiiibly appeal to youngsters of all ages. The ,Best Library Outside Adelaide, In the case - of such a library one must look elsewhere for the reason why subscribers are not Hocking in. Can it be the expense? That- is only a shilling a month. In' addition to Hie, library, shelf upon shelf of splendid.J reading, properly catalogued and eas-1 ily obtainable, there is a reading ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 18 February 1919

adelaide: Share market. Messrs Blight Bros, supply the fol lowing noonday Quotations from i the Adelaide Slock Exchangn yesterday: Broken Hill, b 58/9, s 58/10J. British, old, b 37/3,b 37/G. British, new, sales 33/3. Junction Cop,, sales 4/2. ; Junction (paid), b 6/, -s-6/2. Junction North, sales 12/6. ' Norths,-''sales 54/6..; tli, new, s 51/7A. s ,52/. Wallaroo, sales 10/3. Edna May, b 10/9, s it fi4. ; " Edna May Battler (paid), b 9d.. s 1/- .. : Edna May Centrals, sales 14/11. Edna May Gonsol (paid), sales 11/1 •Kdna May Deeps, sales 13/11. . Great Boulder, h 10/3, s 10/8. Mararoa, sales M. • 'Riyerinas, b 4Jd., s 7d. Commodores, b id., s Gd. . .Amalgamated Zinos, b 24/9, s 25/3.j

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