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WHEAT CLEANING PLANT SUBSIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
WHEAT CLEANING 1>LANT SUBSIDES. - The heavy rain on Monday caused the cement floor of the building in I which the wheat is cleaned to .sub side. The ground in the vicinity is of a spongy nature; anil it is only a few days ago that • this floor was lifted and shoved up. These recurring troubles seem to point to the necessity: of rather more extensive alterations than the measures hitherto taken.
"DADS" ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
"DADS" ASSOCIATION. ! , The honor roll of Fathers of ..Sail-; ors and Soldiers' Association of . Port Pirie will bo unveiled to-night at "-the Institute. The following telegram has /been received from the head office in Adelaide: "Will be ;u Pirie Wednesday can you arrange."council" meeting five o'clock wilt attend unveiling.and speak briefly.—-Kay. secretary. Adelaide." Cap lain Blackburn, M.P., V.C., has telegraphed as follows :"Unforseeii I events jus! occurred render it hri •possible ivie .leave- town •• regret"' -abr -scn'ce 'please apologise." , The doorwey on the southern side rf lite" I:;:ll io reserved for returned soldiers, rejected volunteers, and the members' of Hie Fathers of Sailors and Soldiers' Association, together , -with" their wives and families. Patriotic bodies will be accommodated in the gallery. They and the general public wii! be admitted through the vestibule facing Ellen street, The council meeting which Mr. Kay wishes-, called will be held at No 8 Alhauib...
"NOT FAIR TO THE CREW." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
"NOT FAIR TO THE CREW.' A member of the crew of a steamer noxv in port, last night made a com pliant of a nature which is rattier difticutt to ctessify. He asserts that during -the evening lady visitors are permitted on board (in the absence of the officers) and are entertained at meals, of which, according to his story, the chief items of the menu are bacon- and eggs. The smell from the kitchen is particularly aggravating to the, crew as a body whose chief luxury is tinned meat. "The cook pre pares dainty meals for;ladies," stated the aggrieved inan, "and .all that we get of them is the smell." It- is cer tainly too tough a problem for "The Recorder" to solve
THE CHURCH AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
- THE - CHURCH AND THE STAGE. The ■proprietors of Nazetha, 'the Great Cold Cure in the little l:>dtlie, ami Nazetlia -Pastilles; which .contain .-ill the mtiseptie curative properties r>f~ Nazclha in a convenient form for carrying about, have;;nunierous testi monials to the benefits obtained from the use of these remedies, and cmonsst- them .is otic from Mr tlar riiifrton Reynolds, so well known"." as Father Brian Kelly, of -'The Rosary,'' who says that iXazetha Pastilles fixed up a threatened less of voice Splen didly: whilst the Rev." J. P. Seymour, minister of the Church . of Christ, writes to Pay Ihsl "the b&lt;:x of Mizetha ir'::SUlS':5 YOU Gt»»>' !«Q •. 8C l?«l a .rivirn' " I ■ iiiny sjy no ioz CBfrti I had previoysiy tried ever save: such satisfactory results." IMazetha. •.pastilles" are a most effective -precau tionary measure against the. microbes" -of Iritluenzn, Catarrh, Diphtheria, Meningitis, etc. Obtainable from Goode Bros' at 1/G box. 2
PLATES FOR SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
PLATES FOR SHIPS. i.MjiieuHies in connection with (in' of plaits lor ships being l>uiit m-Australia arc mentioned m n report furnished.lo the Acting Prime Minister by the Chief. executive officer, Mr. Gurchin. lie status that while the Broken Hill Proprietary Co. has rolled a large proportion. of the steel plates ordered, sijme portion of the material could not be rolled, and steel platen for six further vessels have been ordered from Britain for urgent deliv ery, and permission lo import require ments given lo two ship-building linus. . The price of the imported plates quoted to the High Commissioner was £10/10/ per ton f.o.b. British port, and assuming £7/10/ for freight and handling charges, the price in Aus tralia will work out at about £24 per ton, as compared with £31 per ton, the cost of steel plates rolled here. This shows, says Mr. Gurchin, a total saving on 0000 tons of £12,000. "
Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
High water today will foe at 9.35 a.m. ami 10.0 p.m. The steamer Glonlochy from Durban arrived outside yesterday, and on re ceipt of pratique will proceed up the creek lo her berth. • The steamer Dagchild having com pleted her loading will clear this morn ing for Sydney. The. Dugchild took in a stiffening of izno concentrates and completed loading lead for tranship ment at Sydney, at which port she will load wool.
NEW SANITARY DEVICE. ELECTRICAL INCINERATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
NEW SANITARY DEVICE. ELECTRICAL INCINERATOR. Some time ago the Inspector-Qene ral brought under the notice of the Mayor (Mr A. B. Forg-an) a new sys tem of sanitation which can be. adapt ed to private houses. Correspondence has since passed on the subject,1 and enquiries have been made, with the result that valuable in formation has Hieen. obtained,l; It is probable that'the Mayor will visit Adelaide at an early date, to make further enquiries with a view to ascetraining- if. the new system can be applied speedily and economi cally to Port Pirie. The Mayor's opin ion of the system at present is that, it will revolutionise entirely tlxe . sanitary systems in vogue/ It is an American invention, and is said to have been successfully adopted, in many, of the country, districts of the United States. According to the information ob tained it seems to be on the principle of an electrical incinerator. On press ing a butto'n all refuse is reduced to in ash. In this form, there is no men ace ...
Stranded Nationalists OFFERED TRIP IN BRITISH WARSHIP. (Reuter's Service) CAPETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
Stranded Nationalists OFFERED TRIP IN BRITISH WAR SHIP. (Iteuler's Service ) CAPETOWN. Monday. ' -In the Assembly, Mr Mnlan announ ced, in rofcrance to the Nationalist deputation, that lie had got into touch with - the Portuguese Consul-General, and found that the Portuguese steam er l.vfrica \\as cxpceted at Capetown on March D. The Consul had agreed, if the Union . Government, rcquestec the Africa to take the delegation, "thai a special effort would be made. \ Mr Malan announced iliat the Gov ernor-General this morning informed him that the admiral of the Gape sta tion had offered spontaneously to juse the cruiser Minerva to take the depu tation. The Minerva had been ordered to England, and. was leaving shortly, and the admiral had made tlic offer on his own initiative in an informal way. It was now for the deputation to de cide whether- they would avail them selves of one or other of the alterna tives. ■ Renter's correspondent at Capetown understands that it is very probable that...
PIRIE'S LIBRART. INCREASE OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
PIRiE'S LIBRARY. INCREASE OF SUBSCRIBERS; Yesterday's / ligurcs brought tlie total of new subscribers to the Insti tute up to 21. _This still leaves 79 to, be obtained'if.:the desired 100 for,the quarter is to be reached. \Vith half 'he time gone and just under a quar ter of the total reached, there must be no delay on the part of supporters. The subscription; is only three . shil lings a quarter. : - ; :
INCAPACITATED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
INCAPACITATED SOLDIERS. Miss Gladys-' Jones is organising, iit? conjunction with Mr. E. E. Garrett. hoD. secretary, an appeal for funds for the relief of incapacitated soldiers at the Myrtle Bank Home. Lost we el-: a -visit of 'inspection was paid to Ihe homo by General Aniiil, accompanied 'by Gbl Price-Weir and Dr. , H. H. E. Russell. At the conclusion of the in spection General -Antil! expressed sur prise; ot the: excellence of the home raft indicated that; it was one of the llnesi institutions he had ever visited. The appeal' in Pine will be made on Saturday,'March S. .---"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
Take It With You. Never go on a journey without a bottle, of C.liambei'lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in your trunk. Train and boat travelling, with the conse quent change of diet, upsets many people and it is not always easy to ob tain a remedy when travelling. Cham berlain's Colie and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be relied - upon to give. in stant relief in all bowel complaints. Sold everywhere.
CASUALTY LIST 458. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
CASUALTY LIST 458. A new casualty list includes the following: notifieaUons— Killed iii Action. Pte W. Khige. Ouorn, p.r.m. Pte.l. B. Reardon, Mundoora, p.r.w. and in, - - Wounded. Gnr. F. G. Andervis, Port Broughton 2nd (U'c. Fttr. R. G. Sanders, BooierooJJentre, 6th occ. - . - . - ' Hi. . T/Sgl. C. I. Carter, Jamestown, 2nd; occ. " : - Pte 'C. H. Fischer. Two, Well;?, p.r.w. 2nd Gpl. A. HannUon, Kadina Pie F. J. Kerrish, Gawler Pte AY. King-, Quorn. Pte S. J. Taylor, Peterborough j Injured. ' 2nd Li'.'ut. D. N. Rces, Ivapunda, 2nd occ. V.
PROGRESS OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE Renewed Invitation to Russia (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
PROGRESS OF THE PEACE CONFERENCE Renewed loritaiion to Russia (United Cable Service.) - LONDON, Monday.— ■Mr Keith Murdoch, telegraphing., from Paris on -Sunday, says.: The Allies decided yesterday (o. re new the invitutiofi-:fo : all tlib Russian Governments to meet and. '-negotiate 'but with a time limit of about a week in which replies must lie made. The meeting: place will be immaterial, but I believe Prinkipo has been discarded. It has become a name of embarrassing memories. The Allies could compel the recalcitrant' Russian Governments to come to heel by withdrawing their armies. This may be the next move in the,.diplomacy; but it is being- op posed as meaning a triumph for the Soviets. ■ - "M. Pichon, at a meeting of the Allied correspondents to-day, saicl a strong, view prevailed in the French Government that unanimity on the league covenant should be preserved and strengthened, 'but- France would, teek additiyaal clauses. It .was ._a I most important, most momentous do cumen...
Sir Wilfred Laurier GREAT CANADIAN PASSES. (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUVER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
Sir Wilfred Itnrier GREAT CANADIAN PASSES. (lleuter's Service.) -VANCOUVER, Monday. Sir Wilfred Laurier, the eminent Canadian statesman", is dead. In the early years of the present century Sir Wilfred Laurier was one of the commanding figures in Im perial statesmanship.. He was liberal Premier of Canada until the year 1.911, when his Government was defeated in general elections on a proposal to en 'ler into a commercial reciprocal ;agr eement witlx' the United Stales.: At the zenith of his career Sir Wilfred Laurier was- a compeer of .Mr. Alfred Jieakin in the determination of: the status of the Dominions in the Britislv; ; Empire. Like Mr. DeaMn, Sir Wilfred Laurier was an orator: Since lus "de feat in 1911 Sir Wilfred Laurier lias been iii the public eye occasionally as Leader of Use Opostiion.
Wheat Scheme Scandal ALLEGATIONS AGAINST MINISTER. SIR RICHARD BUTLER'S REPLY. AN ALL-ROUND DENIAL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
Wheat Scheme Scandal —n— . ALLEGATIONS AGAINST MINISTER. SIR RICHARP BUTLER'S REPLY. AN ALL-ROUND DENIAL. : ADELAIDE, '1 ucsclaj The Wheat Scheme and Iliiral In dustries Royal Commission inet at Parliament Hous&lt;y-this morning. More interest • was attached to the.- occasion than to any recent hearing by:: the Commission in view of the...fact that the Treasurer -(Sir Richard Butler) vwas called to give evidence in respect to certain sensational allegations inade last Thursday by Messrs Nich olls and Vardon in regard to the. deal ings of the wheat scheme. c Sir Richard Butler denied "all the charges levelled against him by Messrs Nicholls and Vardon. He said lie had observed that Mr. Nicholls claimed from the Commission protection against him because lie had said an attempt had been made to censor his evidence, that it had been intimated to him in the past that lie (Sir Richard) had wished to., peruse his evidence before it was given and that intimation had been conveyed to ...
FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
fuller's Vaudeville show. Last night's large aiul. appreciative audience al the Alhambra Theatre fully demonstrated that vaudeville en tertainments are popular, particularly when the artists engaged are of good standing.. The enthusiasm of the aud ience was reflected oii -the 'performers with the result that. the. program went well. To-night there will bea change of program. The Fiavey girls will pre sent new songs. Niemann arid Kennedy American tramp comedians, will appear iii- fresh novelties, introducing new patfer and varieties of popular ^••nsrs. Mr. Oariton Ma;-;.: the popular \I'til'a IoqtHsfili';rpprar-iii^rtJiTentii?e 1 \ nev. act. Mr. Sarn Rowley, monologue en tertainer.will furnish something rn'w in his particular line. Mr. John Larkin, colored comedian, will introduce fresh jokes, songs, and stories, including an eccentric, trick daucc. . In addition to these changes the Camilles'will give exhibitions"', of their acrobatic feats: Evans and Coco, equilibrists : the Hampto...
Amusements THE BEAST OF BERLIN. PICTURES AT THE CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
THE BEAST/OF BERLIN, PICTURES AT THE CASINO. The ex-Kaiser" of Germany is "the central figure in ..the star picture . to be shown at the Casino to-night. It. is riot a war picture, ljut .deals with the private life of the now- banished court at Berlin. The scenes are intensely ''dramatic, incident after- incident grips the attention of--the audience. The climax is reached when the. "mad dog of Europe" lies senseless on the ground. This picture deals with the unspeak able crimes committed by the Huns as they swept through devastated Bel gium and bleeding; France. All that tiie womanhood and manhood of those long suffering nations wrere called up on to suffer is shown with detail. War is hell—this picture proves it.
Weevils and Wheat ADVISORY COUNCIL'S PAMPHLET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919
Weevils and Wheat ADVJSORY COUNCIL'S PAMPHLET, H-Uiier late in the need the Com mons ealth Advisory Council of Sci ence nnd Industry has issued a pamphlet entitled Weevils in Wheat •Stacks ana How ta Deal with Them:! The following extracts are taken from j the pamphlet: . y Host of dhe dairuige done i>y insects I m wheat is due to two' species of ; weevil, the grain weevil and the so- i called rice weevil, the former wing- j less and the latter winged, but in i other .'respects vfery like one another in ' appearance and liahits. It is a com- ! mon belief Hint these weevils are en- j Senile red in the grain by a process of spontaneous generation; This . is a popular fallacy. Every weevil is de rived from an egg laid, by a female weevil. ' i The female lays her eggs ; one by one to i the number often of several hundreds in Simall holes which she bites out in the grains of wheat-—the laying-! period lasting a considerable time, and each female passing- through several such periods i...