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HOME AGAIN. PIRIE SOLDIERS RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

HOME AGAIN. PIRIE SOLDIERS RETURN. Solomonlowii railway station had a gala appearance yesterday. Flags big and -small waved in the wind. School children with /lags and motor cars'eov cred ..Willi still" more flags llanked the station building. Happy faces beamed on every liand for the people were there to welcome five I'irie boys, that had done :lheir bit, back to their home town. "Home sweet home" was played By the school band as the train drew to a standstill. A few words of wel come from Mr. Geo. Charleswortii, then rousing:, cheers, and then while the band played "Australia" the var ious - parties were marshaled to the Availing motor cars, - As the cars moved, off the band started "For tlicy are jolly good fellows" and from the way it was played the juvenile bands men left no doubts.as to their senti ments. On arrival tit the Institute the men were met by the Mayor. A call by Mr. Forgan far cheers met with a hearty response. The. names of the ijve returned soldiers are Corporal ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

Good Teeth THE DENTISTRT ESTABLISHED i895 THOMAS nHHOUSE, RagUtered Dontietj. > Crown, Bridge and Pivot Tootftwork. When Plates are necessary, WE claim that no Pl3tework excels ours. Long Kipp-rfence and Extensive Prac ice have fitted us to direct the work is tsvf mea can. The right men in dentistry are Specialists—different ex perts for the different branches. WE *iave them. ; WE can roalie ArtiflcIal^Teeth that" will round out the cbceksir and add youth and tone to the countenance. Repairs to Plates in a few hours. CONSULTATION FREE. Open 9 to 5.' Two Surgeries—No Waiting.. Direct Representative, LIMITED, GREAT REDUCTION IN SUIT PRICES £5/5/ for £4/12/6. £4/7/0 for £3/i2/6. TO MEASURE. W. H. BRUCE LTD., THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, Alexander Street, '"irt PirFe. THE NEW TAILOR. NEXT RECORDER. ELLEN STREET - - - PORT PIRIE. 25 Years' Practical Experience Melbourne, Kalgoorlie and Gawler. ON Assam Pure Silk Coats - - Worth CO/. While they last Watch To-Morrow's Issue for Specials. A Very...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WAR'S NAVAL LOSSES. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

WAR'SNAVAL LOSSES. 1 HeUter's Service.) # PARIS, Monday. ] The French! naval josses during- the /war were fov^r halllesliips}, namely, Bouvet, Suffrdn. Gaulois and Danton; four armored cruiser, one cruiser, four 'destroyers. .8 torpedo boats, Li sub marines, 02 armed trawlers, five aux iliary c? uisers ;n)d . 12 ■ smaller Svar rift,. nspreseulinj? an aggregate of 100,000 tons. I | Great. Britain lust 550.000' tons: iGermuuy. ;t50^)00: Italy, 70,000: Aus tria. ('>5.000, iliid the United flutes IT,500 lonr-V' "4:' '

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. February. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

Sporting RACING FIXTURES. ■ —February.— . 19—Penola Racing Club. 4 19.-—Orroroo Jockey Club. 20.—Tumby Bay Jockey Club. 22.—Port Augusta L.Y. Racing Club .26—Jamestown Racing Club. 26.—Millicent Racing Club. •27.—Port Lincoln. Racing Club. - . —March.— " • 1.—Snowtown Racing Club. 5.—Balaklava Racing Club. 5.—Mount Gambier: Racing Club; S.—Spalding" Racing Club. ' 12 Port Broufehlon Racing Club. . 12.—Murat Bay Jockey Club. 12, 13.—Naracoorte Racing Club.-; 15.—Port Adelaide Racing Club. ;; {By "Churinga.") A horse I picked out at Gawler on Saturday, one that is likely to win hurdle races, is The Gaffer (by Per ambulator). lie is now being' trained l>y D. Dobbin. 'Prior to the Jumpers' Flat Race on Saturday Reicl told me he had been rather easy on Murundi " during the week, as the horse liadJbeen exhibit ing a weakness across -the himlquart »crs. lie was afraid to ease bins off, because lie is such • a wild- customer and takes some quietening dowrn. Iu the race Murundf ran along-...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

ADVERTISEMENT RATES. "THE RECORDER," PORT PIRIE. * The Scale" of .Charges for Casual Advertisements in "The Recorder" is as follows: * ^ Each Insertion .. .. . . if per inch Each Insertion after ■ third insertion, with ttttV resetting . . . . .1/ per inch Each Insertion after • eighth insertion with out resetting •.. : .. 2/C per inch Wanted Column (if prepaid), 16 words for i/ "Wanted Column (if prepaid), three • cou : secutive' insertions . . -S/C v Scatters . (16 words each) .. .. 2/6 for three IBir til,"-''Death, Marriage, Funeral, In Memor iam and Return - Thanks notices .. . 3/- per inch - . 6d. for. each - additional line . Bates for Contract Advertisements 'will be supplied on application. Bronchitis is a very common ail ment among- children and among those subject to it the least Tittle exposure brings it on—-that is if the child is 'not given Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy at the first wheeling or hoarse aess. Sold everywhere. Bronchitis.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RECORD FOR THE STATE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

RECORD FOR THE STATE ADELAIDE, Tuesday. - It is -infwesting to note that the re cent- soaking downpours constitute a record for February in the histo!y of the State. The tola! rain in-'Adelaide this month amounts to 2.81 point's. Nearly.-half.' an inch fell on Monday night. A number of stations have again registered -more than an .inch, while at Yunta 56 has been report ed, combined with the previous days" tola}. Most of the stations in the settled areas recorded from two to three inches. In places the aggregate exceeded four inches. EureHa for in stance, had 5.36 since Saturday morn ing (72 hours).: ,

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

ADELAIDESHAREMARKET. —u—— --- » Messrs Blight Bros, supply the-fol- | iovrios^adonday^<inotaUonsV:^m Uia AdelaidefStock Exchange yesterday: ' Broken Hill, b ">!)/, s . f>9/3. British, old, b 37/, s 37/6. British, new. 1) 33/, s 33/6. Junction Gon., sales 4/22 .Junction (paid), h 5/11, sG/2. Junction; •North, J) 12/3, s 12/G. -.■'-Norths,- h 54/3, s 54/9. South, b 51/3, s yi/'i). Wallaroo, b 39/6, s 41/. F.-lua May, b 10/8, s 11/3. Edna May Battler Con., b SUV., s: lid. Edna May Centrals, b i-</9. s 1 ->/i. , Edna May Oonsol Cons., b 11/, s ii/i. Eilca ;!>Iay: Deeps,; saler 13/10. ; | lireat Boulder. b .10/, s 10/v.. ' j •" Maiaroa, 1) 3/9, .s 4/. • . : ' ZiGC Corp. (ord.), b 24/9, s 25/3.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Doctor and His Duty STORY OF HEROISM. LIGHTHOUSE BURNING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

A Doctor and His Duly STORY OF HEROISM. * LIGHTHOUSE BURNING ACCIDENT. A story of great heroism displayed a Yarram {Vic.) doctor and the crew of his motor launch, in render lug assistance to the\ victims of a -re 'cent.: burning- accident at Cliffy Island lighthouse (reports the Age > lias readied the Minister of Custom? (Mr. Greene) from Mr. N. Lockyer, who is at present spendingholiday in the district. Mr. Loekyer states that Dr. J. It. Rutter, of Yarram, owns a inotor > launch of from 12 to 15 tons. She is recovered in forward, but opuus aft, and is a fairly good sea boat. Upon receipt of information as fo the acci dent at the lighthouse, he motored to Port Albeit, eight miles from Yarram. and oh anr.ai enlisted the assistance -if four (isiieviiieii^—Goodwin Clarke, Charles Goulden, -Cyril Robertson and Andrew Robertson—as a crew. The party left the wharf at Port Albert at 5.30 p.m. on Saturday, 1st iust. The distance to' the entrance is" seven miles. The wind had been blow...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SECOND PRESS CONFERENCE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

SECOND PRESS CONFERENCE. Reuter's" Service.'! , LONDON, Monday.. The prccisp dste of the second lm- ' perial Press{ Conference which is to I be hehl. in 1020 in. Canada has not \ heen fixed, biit invitations will he stfnt 1 in due course to tiie: Dominions Press." j

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

Is Your Child Constipated? If your, child is dull and stupid see whether he is constipated. ' Nine limes out of ten Unit is' the 'trouble.Con stipation arises torn'" indigestion and sluggish liver, and a sluggish liver makes a sluggish- mind. ChamLier iain's Tablets act directly on the Liver, cleansing the system o£ the constipa ted matter and bile which hasiM4e your: child "so stupid. Ghahiberlam's Tablets arc an ideal "remedy for chil dren and are pleasant.'to iali'J. Sold everywhere. Rufhless Rei!uciIoiis:in all Stocks Our WHOLE STOCK Is now being1 subjected: to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking- Stock. V SEE OUft BARGAINS in Stylish BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUY TO DAY whilst BIG SAYINGS are OBTAINABLE. : Note these Wondrous . .. . . 2/6 .. .. .. -1/6 .. .. .. 12/6 LEATHER^ BAGS, Superbly" Finished, from . . . . . E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .. .... .. ... CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from ... .. .. . V X Stroll thorugh and see the profusion of MONEY-SA...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERVENTION IN RUSSIA. (Reuter's Service.) NEW YORK, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

JNTERVENTION IK RUSSIA. (Renter's Service,') 'NEW YORK, Mond A message ;from Paris says that re newed pressure is being- exerted at the War Council for immediate inter ventidn in ^Russia. Tlie French are urging - military action against the-Bol shevik on a large scale. The Ameri cans continue.ytheir opposition to a military policy." , VANCOUVER, Monday. 'The United?- States is sending troops to Russia to facilitate the with draw.''i of the Americans from the Murmau district in (April.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Calonne's Adventures IN THE HALIFAX EXPLOSION. RAMS A SUBMARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

1 :5UJ 1 IN THE HALIFAX EXPLOSION. RAMS A SUBMARINE. ; Kone of the steamships- that Iiavt come to Port Pirie since the war com menced has had the thrilling experi-. ences of the Caloime, now in the har bor. She emerged fvonv the disas trous explosion in Halifax ■■■harbor- on December G, if .11, almost a complete wreck from the deck upwards. She j also bears the mark, of an encounter 1 with a submarine in the English Ghan fnel, in the shape of a deep cleat in the bow. - Tlie storyr told by the second officer, Mr D. Golvar, and the third engineer, Mr s. G. Griffiths,- of the Halifax: ex jdosioiV enables some idea to be gain ed of what it meant to be in the neighborhood at the time. The*^ Gal onne was? 'within 000-feet' (.at. No. wharf) of the mighty catacljsni which destroyed most of the shipping in the great basin forming the harbor, and laid more than half the city in ruins. The particulars carried h-. Australia by eablc have told in thiil-j ling words, though few, Hie story of this...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW ARMISTICE Heligoland's Teeth Drawn KIEL TO BE NEUTRALISED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

NEW ARMISTICE Teeth Drawn KIEL ,TO BE NEUTRALISED. (Ueuter's Service.) ' LONDON, Monday. Reuter's icoixespohdent ^afc Treves said on Sunday, "The agreement pro longing the armistice was signed by the German delegates at 6.30 this cveuins. in Marshal Foch's saloon car riage." LONDON, Monday. The new armistice terms include the destruction., of the fortifications of Heligoland' and KicL and the neutral isatioin of Kiel. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Monday. vy Mr \Y. M. Hughes declares that the ; present situation must end. "Let us put. aside discussion aiming at- the pre- | .entiori of. future wars," lie says, "and not delay .the imposition of durable i peace upojn our still great- enemy." ' . The Ltipziger Volkszcitung, refer ring to the opening of the National Assembly, deplores "the terrible dis I play of militarism." r

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RESUMING TRADE. BLACK SEA OPENED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

RESUMING TRADE. - BLACK -SEA OPENED. (Ileuter's Service.) LOrs'DOJs, .Monday. . The Press Bureau states, in con nection. with the resumption of Ute Black Sea trade, that the Department of "-Oversea Trade offers facilities to Britrsh traders to send representa tives to SouthernRussia in the hope ol' fostering trade. Several British steamship lines are already airransiiijj; for the resumption of their services. LONDON, Tuesday. The Press Bureau states that the . Board of Trade authorises under cer- ! tain existing restrictions the resump-.' tion of trade with Turkey, including ; Turkey iu Europe,'Asia-Minor. Armenia, ■ Kurdistan, Mesopotamia, Syriai and Bulgaria. Trade -with -Russian;- Black Sea ports may also be resumed.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMANY'S FUTURE. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

GERMANY'S^ FUTURE. PARIS, -Monday. "Lc Temps" says if Germany se cures - niam-powrr. raw material and trade outlets in 'llu-*>i i md is strength ened ..by (he _;n,l idi m i I GeniKin-Aus fria she fudifi continue to jiretentl !o he steeped in Wilse-man principles and -i.sk for the admission of-German and Russian' "democracies" into. Hie Lea.ari.ie of Nations, or could form an 'anti-league which would . not lack satellites to arm for a fresh struggle;

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BELFAST STRIKE STILL BAD. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

BELFAST STRIKE STILL BAD. (United Cable Service). LONDON. Monday. ; The Belfast strikers' attitude is mum threatening. - iAis a result the tramears have been withdrawn from 1 tiie street services. I

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SENATOR PEARCE ABROAD. TOURING SOUTH AFRICA. (Reuter's Service.) DURBAN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

SENATOR PEARCE ASROAD TOURING SOUTH AFRICA. (Reuler's Service:) . DURBAN, Tuesday. Senator Pcaree, Australian Minister -j for Defence, has. arrived, here en- j route. for England, lie is proceeding to .1 ohannesburg and; Pretoria, and will ship at Capetown.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Housing Problem (To the Editor of "The Recorder") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

The Boosing Problem iTo the Editor of "The Recorder*".)- I Sir, In reading" the account of last night's Council meeting on the above matteiy jt does seem; a pity, it not surprising, to see the way some of our. civic; fathers treat the.question. I am quite prepared to agree that if we arc- to meet with, any: opposition in trying to get-homes for ourselves,- it will come from the people who are at the present-' lime reaping such good divi dends in the shape of high rents. :\.More houses will mean smaller divi dends. more especially if we can in duce the Government to build work ing men's cottages, and allow His to huy themron fair tej'ms. I should 'also like to say that a noni-de-plume is not always used to exhibit a lot of fabrications, \ nor is there any froth; and bubble about it, as far as 1 am concerned, and I am prepared to be lieve that ail the accounts appearing of late can be proved.' I may not be a doubted party, but if tile Mayor: can find me a suitable house to accommo dat...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INWARD ENGLISH MAIL. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

INWARD ENGLISH fHAlL. ADBLAIDE, Tuesday Tilt; deputy Postmaster General ad vises thai the English mail is expect ed'- to arrive in Adelaide on Saturday, February 2"2. . -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOVEL AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

NOVEL AMBULANCE.. Yesterday morning a" patient was taioui to the- casualty ward of the Hospital suffering from abrasions of the face. He was of tender years and expressed his pain in no uncertain manner. But. what attracted most at tention was his conveyance. Ilis mates, two other youngsters, had put him in u harrow and wheeled him to the hos pital. The banow was big, and the boy was small." His agonised loolc elo quently expressed an entire lack of confidence as to the continued upright ness of..the barrow.'But even if he forfsot -himself sufficiently to want to walk, his mates knew better what was due to a wounded pal. After treatment they calmly pursued their erratic homeward course with a small bandaged figure clinging tightly to the sides of the wheelbarrow.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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