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THE WEATHER. FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. Tuesday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

THE WEATHER. FORECAST Full TO-DAY. Tuesday, 2 p.m. Uains ooniraolmy tu south and south oast becoming' liner elsewhere. Cool southerly ■winds. - The. rainfall for the twenty-four hours ending !' ;un. yesterday was -six points, making a total of i',>l points i for the month.. This comes close to a record for February.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Alleged Assault GIRL MOLESTED IN PARK LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

G!RU RSOLiSTED IN PARK V LAMBS. ' The .puliec. have received informa lion that last Sunday -night" about half past ten a yo.ung girl was assaulted by a man in the vicinity of tin; votmuH in the Sokliefs' Memorial Park. Briefly staled the facts are that the girl, who Jives on the west <jf the park,; was oil her. way. hyrne.'-She was accompanied by. a- frieiid for part of the way. Shortly after her friend left her, she noticed a man rise from one of th<T; seats near the Rotunda. He crossed in front of li'cr and after she had parsed came up. from behind, and grasping her; round the waist, plaeed Is is other hand over Her mouth. Struggling" vio leiiliy the girl managed to free her self enough to call for help. Alarmed by her cries iter assailant made off, and shortly afterwards several puss ers-hy came on the scene. - Though naturally very upset by the rough handling she had received, the girP is certain of her ability to" iden tify the man, and it is understood ea...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Not Infantcide RESULT OF POST MORTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

RESULT OF POST MORTEM. Yesterday Dr.' Leitch held a post mortem on the body , of the infant found ut the sanitary depot on Satur day,; The body was that of a fully devel oped male child. As a result of the post mortem Dr. Leitch expressed the opinion that, although all the organs were" fully developed, the child had. been still-born.

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

HARVEST FESTIVAL. .'The Alexander street. Methodist church harvest festival was held on Sunday and Monday.- The weather conditions intcirreed with the attend ances at the : morning and afternoon services, hut the church was packed at -the evening service. The musical portion of the worship was of "a high order, the choir more than maintain ing its reputation. Mrs. Close sang Gounod's solo, "There is a Green Hill."' Rev. W. T. Shapley conducted the service and preached an eloquent sermon on "The joy of Harvest." On Monday niglit Dunn Hall was well till ed. Rev. Hew Severn delightel the congregation with a stirring address •on 'Change and Adaptation.'" A pro gram of music was provided by mem bers of-the choir. The ladies of the church decorated the church and hall and provided supper. .

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

HOUSING. Perusal of the report of the Town Council discussion oil the housing problem demonstrates two things. First, some members of the council, are full of bitterness against7 this'; journal because'"it lias dared to de mand their attention to a civic evil. Second, though there were sneers, and also suggestions that? : the facts dis closed could uiot be proved, not I he slightest effort was'made to deny that the shortage of houses is such as to ! amount to an evil. ' It is significant that not one member of the council, was prepared to vote against the mo tions asking the Government to inves tigate tlie conditions, and failing acquiescence by the Government that a public- meeting- of the citizens of Port Pii'ie should be-convened. Coun cillors Hopkins and Pavlic-h deserve the thanks of the community for the stand they took in the interests of the health and comfort of the people and the,welfare of the town. They have the "support of the people; and if cir cumstances give the oppo...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1919. THE COMMUNAL SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

me ey£ Published Dally. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 11'1'J. THE COMMUNAL SPIRIT. Resignation, or fatalism, call il what one will, is not unknown in Port Pine. A characteristic .whicli one would- pre ; fcr to ignore, in Pirie it forces itself, by the very' magnitude.of its influence, to jEeneral recognition. The people st'tvn lo- take"'for granted the annual visitation of typhoid fever. They do not worry over the insufficiency of the drainage. They seem to have become accustomed to tlie sanitary system. They grumble more on principle thun with, intention at the emission of clouds of smoke and fumes from the Smelters, the e<?nl gantries, and other industrial concerns, The shortage of housing accommodates troubles some, but most of those who are comfortable merely shrug their shoulders at that, and at the over-supply of hovels. These things, evils .every "one of them, are tolerated, presumably .because their removal is thought to he too dif ficult or too expensive, or unnecess a...

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

Major Jay, imnager of the \Vheat Board-in Port Pirig, left yesterday for his home in' Adelaide. It is understood that ilihealth is the reason for his de parture, and consequently it. is iu .'possible -to say, at -present, .the pro bable length of his absence.

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

Police Court Drunkenness. Before Mr. Scott, S.M;; yesterday, William Suckling made his second ap pearance,on a charge of being drunk. He was lined £2:in default seven days' imprisonment. ' . Language. — I Robert Stephen Barry's selection of l Constable Sessle for an audience while lie used language of the kind that is written down and handed to the bench resulted in his appearance, before the Court. A line of £3 and costs, iii de fault 14 days' imprisonment, was in flicted. - Alleged Unlawful Possession. : Robert Lawlor, Ernest Adams, Rich ard Edgar and Charles James Hudson wore charged with .J)eing in unlawful possession of various sums of money that might reasonably be suspected of having been stolen. The accused pleaded not -guilty.- and oiKtlie appli cation of SergeruitJjomU it remand till to-day was ^granted. Bail in personal securities of £25 together with approv ed surety of £-25 was allowed.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENT IN ELLEN STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

ACCIDENT IN ELLEN STREET. A -horsf?,-'attachfid to a spring cart, belonging to Mr. Dodd, greengrocer, Ellen street, yesterday morning '-'slip ped' and f* opposite Slaters news agency iii Ellen street. Both shafts of the cart were broken." With, the surfaces of the roads greasy from the late rain it is surprising that there are not more mishaps of this sort.

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

ZIgC CORPORATION OUTPUT. During January Hie Zinc Corporation lead concentrator ran 431 hours, treat ing 10,081 tons ore, assaying 15.1 per cent, lead, 2.7 oz. silver, 9.0 per cent, zinc, for "207-J tons tons lcady concen trates, assaying- Gi.l per cent, lead, 10.0 oz. silver and 7.5 per cent, zinc. The zinc concentrator ran 403 hours, treating 21,200 tons tailings, assaying 1 i.7 per cent, zinc, 5.2 oz. silver, -5.8 t per cent lead, for 5330 tons zinc con centrates, assaying 47.G per cent, zinc, 10.4 oz. silver. 7.7. per cent, lead, and 410 tons lead concentrates, assaying 14.3 per cent, zinc, 27.0 oz. silver, 58.0 per cent lead.

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

FUMIGATION AND INOCULATION At a meeting of the Victorian Board of Health on Thursday Dr Wheeler, in reply lb "questions.- expressed the op inion that fumigation, if it did lie. good, did no harm. He said there might be semis other than influenza germs to be disposed of. The board decided to recommend to theauihorities that pub-, lie conveyances be funtigi.led a^ "flen as possible. Siich .•H'nori.r farg:ued;r:rnight : do ^something towards minimising the 'danger. I»r. Wheeler further said that statistic^ beinsr collected a_t [he various hospitals -to show the ..efficacy or otherwise uf ino culation. The evidence, as he had heard it so far, was favorable to iiie eulation, Avhich \vas not injurious. Of [lie 3000 inoculations he had person al ly made.; he had never heard of any person subsequently suffering from a bad arm.

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

A MONSTER JEWEL STAR. CASINO To-Night TO'Night ,3 MONSTER 7500 FEET DRAMA^ FEATURING RUPERT JULIAN. THE T:;t-'%J \i JEWEL'S FIRST GREAT PRODUCT ON, fl FULL SUPPORTING PROaRAK. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. CASINO——TO-NIGHT. Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers, and Property Agents. Kara H0M23 FOR SALE IB Good Localities oil SMALL DEPOSITS ana EAS* FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. * 7A£1 Ruildisg Alieimeuts Bear Smelters, and some handy to Company's Baildiisgs. Several townships to Select From. From JSf . Deposit We Can Supply the Land - Build You the House And L@nd Vou the Money Ail Bessmeate trader Seal Pro] erty Act prepared i>7 ora? Expert Con veyaEc ere. CONSULTATION AKD ABVICE PRES. _ QFFlOS; ALlKAJiBEB SYSIEET. Xmas Presents R. FLilT & SON JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Arc Sliil ."UNSURPASSED" for QUAL ITY and VALUE at the LOWEST PRICES. WHY? Because we import direct from English and American Manufac turers, , • Because our Jewellery comes di rect lo us from Melbourne and Sydney Factories. Beca...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

RETURNED SOLDIERS. UN VEILING OF HONOR ROLL by Fathers of Sailors and Soldiers' Asso ciation. Port Pirie Branch, TO-NIGHT (WED., FEB. 19). ^ lUl Returned Soldiers Iiave. been ex tended a hearty invitation - to attend. Seats1 reserved. Permission granted to worn- Uniforms. LESLIE T. CRAIGIE, ; Secretary, ■ —-The— ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP -■v.-- Co. Ltd, will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under : • - (Circumstances Permitting).; For Port- Pirie, W.A., Pt. Lincoln. S.S; OUORNA, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE, via Ports Augusta and Lincoln. . S.S. QUGRNA. EVERY MONDAY. GOAL MERCHANTS, OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP; CO., LTD. BUSINESS NOTICE. — .■ ^ t W. G. IIOLDEN -{late of Adelaide) begs to inform the RESIDENTS of PORT PIRIE and Surrounding Dis tricts that he has TAKEN OVER the PUDNEY STUDIOS, and will in future be known as the W. G. HOLDEK STUDIOS, ELLEN STREET, PORT PIRIE. 'Phone 17£>. : j yy;-gifijgi;

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STRANDED TRAVELLERS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

STRANDED TRAVELLERS. • ADELAIDE, Tuesday. The Premier staled tliis: niormng that lie had wired to tile Premier of New South -Wales oil the question of residents: of Sydn.ey stranded in Ade laide." He had, lie said,- tried to im press upon visitors the fact- that (he duly of returning- them home rested primarily on their own State Govern ment..

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INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC Active in Sydney THIRTEEN NEW CASES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC Sydney THIRTEEN NEW CASES, ADELAIDE^ Tuesday." 1 Ten now cases of pncumonic iullu ciiza were reported from; Sydney and i suburbs this morning-, also . three I fresh cases from the steamer Beulah, ( making- a total of -13 cases to-day. J The suburban cases include three nurses at the Coast Hospital. - ' Cases in New South Wales now to tal 17-i and to date there have been six deaths.

Publication Title: Recorder
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SIR MARK SYKES DIES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

SIR MARK SYKES DIES. (Reufei-'s S^rvier;.) ' LONDON, Monday. 7 Sir Mark Sykcs lias -died of pneu monic influenza in Far is, where he was attending-;the Peace- Conference as . expert adviser on Near Eastern affairs.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INFLUENZA AT SEA. SHIP'S CREW PROSTRATED. HELP IN MID-OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

INFLUENZA SEA. HIP'9rCREW PROSTRATED. HELP IN .MID-OCEAN. . The censorship imposed on oitieers in charge of transports- : during- the submarine period of the war lias riot yet been lifted. tAl intervals the veil which lias been dropped on that period of terrible experiences is momentarily raised and some faint idea is obtained of Hie mental anguish, infinitely worse th;|.i bodily pain, to which those, ia charge of pre cious h union lives have been subjected. Many physically strong men, as the result of the great strain placed on them, have utterly broken down in mind and body, and have ibecome. total wrecks. ; A few have emerged from the trial, sound in mind and body, but with that facial , expression which tells of the un speakable mental sufferings that "have been endured. In the near future the world will have the benefit of many stories of individual acts* of heroism, equal to any which have passed into history. Captain \V. La;>";is1on, of. ill>3 s.s.- Daglnld, now in port...

Publication Title: Recorder
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MELBOURNE HOTELS CLOSED. OVER 1000 EMPLOYEES AFFECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

I HOTELS; CLOSED. OVER 1000 EMPLOYES AFFECTED. The proclamation to givc effect to the Victorian Government's decision to close all hotel-...bars and wine saloons within a radius of 15 miles of the Elizabeth street Post Office was issued on: Thursday night, and is now opera tive. It specifies that no person otiier than a ''hired servant' of the licensee is allowed on the premises to which the proclamation applies. Orders for the delivery '-of-bottledliquors niay be accepted in writing- or by telephone for delivery «)< sume place not less than half a mile distant from the hotel. A regisleiV must be kept of all "such sales. ' -v.";'. The sale of liquor to persons tak ing meals between the hours of noon and 2 p.m., and <> p.m. and 8 p.m. is restricted to lodgers arid boarders ami persons; resorting' to the v premises in g-ood faith: for meals. As a result of this proceeding-, it is stated that over 1000 men and a large number of women will be deprived of employn...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Second Visitation MANY DEATHS IN BRITAIN. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

Second Visitation MANY DEATHS IN BRITAIN. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Mondav. ■ iuyiiuuy. .. The renewed epidemic- of influenza is still spreading in GreatBritain with unabat6d ■ force. On Sunday there were 138 deaths in Edinburgh, of which ninety were- pneumonic. " The medical correspondent of the |■'■■Daily■■"Mail" estimates that the deaths 'during the last quarter of 1918 totalled: j 175,000. - The victims, lie says, were largely young adults. . •

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 19 February 1919

FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of Mr ALBERT   EDWARD SAWATZKE, Alexander street, are respectfully informed that the   remains of his late child, Clarence, will be removed from the Port Pirie Hospital at 2 p.m. THIS DAY (Wednesday),   for interment in the Port Pirie Cemetery.   SYMONDS BROS., Undertakers and Embalmers, Alexander Street and Solomontown. FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of the late THOMAS   JOSEPH MEANEY are respectfully   informed that his remains will be   removed from the residence of his   brother-in-law, W. J. Silvy, of Third st., Pirietown, THIS DAY (Wednesday),     at 4 p.m., for interment in the Port Pirie Cemetery. SYMONDS BROS.,       Undertakers and Embalmers, Alexander street and Solomontown.

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