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Returning Soldiers TWO BROTHERS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

Returning Soldiers ] TWO BROTHERS ABROAD. Mr. Daniel Farrell, of Port Pirie, lias received word that his son, Driver E. J. Farreli, is expected to leave Eng land at the end of January on his re turn to Australia, and that, liis brother D. 3M._ Farrell, who is in the. Australian Flying service, is remaining in England - to. complete his training in aviation.' t Mr. iD. M. -.Farrell-hopes that when lie I gets back to Australia he will have I opportunities of assisting; in the | carrying on of aerial services, or ii else of helping to make aeroplanes for i general use. * i Ml*, and Mrs. A. IL Smith, of Pore : Pirie. have been informed by the De fence Depat tment ; that their son, Pj ivato 11. G. Smith. 27th Battalion, is returning to Australia by the transport Ceramic, winch left England on Janu ai v •>;>, and is due in Melbourne about March 8. ^ V v ; No news iia^ been received yet of the return of Pte D. W. B. Smith, the other SOn. ~ Signaller Harry R. Pope arrived in Adelaide ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GLADSTONE HOTELS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

GLADSTONE HOTELS. Police Inspector Holland yesterday p oceeded to Gladstone. He will pro se, ife this morning at the Police Court two publicans for breaches of ! the Licensing: Aet. _

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FINE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

FINE WEATHER. Fine weather, with variable wind forecast for to-day.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sweated Nurses AN ILL-PAID PROFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

\, Sweated'Norses 0 _ —— . _ AN ILL-P.A8D PROFESSION There, is no more honorable pro fession for woman than that of a trained nurse. .11 is safe to say, at the same time, that in proportion to its responsibilities there is no less lucra tive one. The payment is altogether [Out of proportion to the nobility and. | responsibilities of the services render eel. \VhiIst salaries and.wages in !most other professions and trades have -been raised, more -particularly during- the four years of war, the change has been retrogressive as re gards "nurses. This statement may be challenged, but it is capable of proof Training Required. It is admitted that nursing has been revolutionised since the days of Miss Florence Nightingale. The tone of one of women's noblest professions has been raised. In place of nurafes possessing only-the training of her own limited experience there is now a band of educated women taught in all the systematic methods of invalid nursing. The late Sir Henry Parkes, the ve...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"DADS" ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

. VDflDS^' ASSOCIATION;; VLYt I! 10 fortnightlymeeting of the Fathers of Sailors and Soldiers' Asse ciaiton of Port'Pirie and District, held on Tuesday, 22 members attended, in cluding the president, .Mr C. A. Degeii hardt. .. The following new members were elected: Rev. W. T. Shapley, Messrs Chas. 'Miller, Fred Saint, Capt. Wool nough, Cornelius Shea, John Ander son, Simon Westley, Jos. S. Dawson, W. H. IS'oal, Alfred Gave, Harrv Win ter, W. H. Mitehell and Wm. Clarke. Mr Chas. Pares was reported to be ill. Mr Alfred Cave moved that the. sympathy of the association be ten dered to Mr Pares and that the in quiry" "Who is sick?" be placed on every business sheet. Mr Cave sug gested that the 'member'" living nearest a member reported sick be asked to visit the member laid aside. Second ed by .Air F. E. Wood. and carried. The: Reception to Returned Soldiers* Committee reported the largest num ber of returned , men welcomed back so far in two weeks. As the result of ever increasing expe...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FLOODS SUBSIDING. RAILWAY TRAFFIC RESUMED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

FLOODS SUBSIDING. RAILWAY TRAFFIC RESUMED. . . AnELAIDE. Wcdncsdav Most of Hie railway washaways oeeasioned by Ifie floods on Sunday have been repaired. Traffic" is being re sumed. but tfio trains have to slow down wlien passing over new embank ments. The Railways Commissioner received advice to-day that traffic is proceed ing between Eudunda and Morgan, the washaways near Bower and Mount Maiy having been made good. Mr. McGuire also states that the damaged line between Farina ojhI Marree, ;il)«ut.52iU miles from Ade laide, lias been repaired and trains are passing over it.

Publication Title: Recorder
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SINN FEIN PRISONERS. (Published in The Times.) DUBLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

SINN FEIN PRISONERS. (Published in The Times.) . DUBLIN, Tuesday. Well-informed persons state mat the Cabinet has decided not to release the Sinn Fein leaders who are impris oned, 'lest a- new crisis should arrive. The Lord ' Lieutenant (Lord" French) favors their release on" the grounds' that it would strengthen the moderate Sinn, Feinprs against the extremists. It is. thought to be not improbable that if the Sinn Feiners are not re leased Lord French will resign. . 5

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH AFRICAN REPUBLICANISM. (Reuter's Service.) CAPETOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

SOUTH AFRICAN REPUBLICANISM - ; (Router's- Service.): . , : - : 'CAPETOWN, Tuesday. flic; opposition to the Republican mo vein ent is; gathering strength.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITALY DECLINES ARBITRATION. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

ITALY DECLINES ARBITRATION. ; ' v: (Reuler's Service.") > ;• LONDON; Tuesday. The Italian delegation to the Peace Conference declines to accept the pro posal to arbitrate on the Jugo-Slav claims to Dalmatia. . ■■:

Publication Title: Recorder
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POLES COMPLAIN OF CRUELTY. (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

POLES COMPLAIN OF-CRUELTY. (licuter's Service ) LONDON, Tuesday. The Polish. Foreign Minister has .protested to Germany and acquainted the Allies of the German's inhuman treatment of the first batch of repat riating Polish. deportees comprising twenty live thousand men and women and 650 children.

Publication Title: Recorder
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RUSSIA'S POSITION. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

RUSSIA'S POSITION. K (United Gable Service). '■ " LONDON,,Tuesday." A message from Paris says-that' the proposal toi-hold a conference of Rus sian Governments, which was brought forward by Mr -Churchill', was report ed on by" the Supreme Council, which :again considered the position on Mon day. Mr Balfour and -Mr Churchill are representing Great Britain. ' Such of the cable news on this-page as is so headed appeared in The Times, and Is cabled to "The Recorder" by special permission. It should be under stood that the opinions given are npt "those of The Times unless expressly stated to 1>e so.

Publication Title: Recorder
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ACTION AGAINST SPARTACISTS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

ACTION AGAINST SFARTAGISTS. • (Renter's Service.) - LONDON. Tuesdav: Thf German Government is severely repressing the Spartacists whose strike closed the collieries in the Ruhr dis trict, demanding the socialisation of. the mines.' . The Spartacists are fovliTjing posi tions in several cities. . - v :

Publication Title: Recorder
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TEMPORARY ARMISTICE Nearing Final Peace Terms GERMAN GUILE EXPOSED. (United Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

i TEMPORARY ARMISTICE Nearing Final Peace Terms GERMAN GUILE EXPOSED. (United Sorvice.) LONDON, Tuesday. i ne armistice just signed- is tiie oia armistice plus drastic 'provisions - for ending the German war against Po land. This armistice can be denounced with three days' notice. It will be replaced in about a fortnight by what will; be called peace preliminaries, containing the actual final military and naval: terms. ; PARIS. Tuesday. - The armistice was: renewed without trouble. /■'It will last until the peace preliminaries are ready in about- a fortnight. \ LOIsDDN, Tuesday. - Mr Keith -Murdoch, telegraphing from .Paris on Monday, says: ~ "Everything went well," said Mar- ! shal Koch, "when we - reached the Quai tl'Orsay at three this afternoon from Treves." He reported to the "council that the Germans had. signed I the renewal of the .armistice. All eventualities had been prepared for, j and, it would have beein an interesting ! day in the main railway junctions of i the territ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court Absent Without Leave. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

Absent Without Leave. Alfred Hawkins and Arthur Jenkins, members of the _crew of the s. AVar Tiger, were charged at the - Police Court yesterday, before Mr Scott, S.M., with being" drunk. The defendants having been drunk. The defendants pleaded guilty: and wBrcrlined : £1,' In default l'i hours' imprisonment. ^ A further charge of being abfeent from their ship without leave, was laid against them. To this a plea of• not: guilty was made. The accused were sentenced to seven days' in gaol with out the option of a line. . ' - Charged with, a similar offence, ano ther member of the crew, William Roberts, received the same sentence.

Publication Title: Recorder
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ENEMY'S FINANCIAL VIRTUE. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

ENEMY'S FINANC',13- VIRTUE. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, 'Tuesday. 'The. Times"."correspondent, at Co 1 jjiihaaen says Ilia t Germany vir tu - ously professes to have kept stricI account of enemy properties and in tends io liana over to owners several million marks as protit after peace. l5r. Niedor. Controller, values the properties at £175,000,000." He sig nificantly assures" Americans that theirs are intact, showing in some in-, stances credit balances. He does not mention that the British securities have beea-Iiqnidated. Apparently the. 1ASnericanswill.receive payment for the "manufacture of muDition's '. used1 agaiinst compatriots. ;

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BERNE SOCIALIST CONFERENCE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

BERNE SOCIALIST CONFERENCE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON. Tuesday. Router's correspondent at Paris on Monday says Mr. 13ranting- communi cated to M. Glemeneenu the result of ttie Berne Socialist Conference.. Mr. Bran ting st;vted lie was very satisfied Avith the interview with M. 'rGlemenceau, - who was friendly and bjmpathetic. . . Mr. Branting opined that in a few months the International Labor Party _-wiIl be allowed .to place its views be ' fore the International Labor Lejjisla-" lion Committee, and later it might be asked to submit its ideas to the League of. Nations. > .

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LABOR'S NEW ERA INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION WELCOMED BY UNIONISTS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

LABOR'S NEW ERA INTERNATIONAL CORf!{MISSION WELCOMED BY UNIONISTS. (Reuter.'-s Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. A communique from Paris on Tues day says the International Labor Le^ islation-GoiTimission ycstcrdiiy agreed - that each State should be represented at the annual labor conference by two . delegates for.; the Government and one each for-the employers and the work people, each- delegate having one vote. (United CableService.) LOM)ON, Tuesday. Labor Jraders ; waSgne reservedly the Industrial' Conference and await details of its scope. . .. Mr Adamson suggests that the func tions should be closely defined, other wise Parliament's influence and effec tiveness" will suffer, and conflicts of opinion will arise. N Mr; Bowermau anticipates that the conference will produce a generally steadying influence on labor. Mr. Benri, chairman of the Industrial Reconstruction Council, urges the ut most importance of the fac£ that the, conference should not impede the de7 velopment of the Whitley c...

Publication Title: Recorder
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GERMANY'S NAVAL DISARMAMENT. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

GERMANY'S NAVAL DISARMAMENT. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. Admiral Browning-, who has return ed to Paris, reports that the Germans are hastily carrying ~ out the naval terms, handing over overdue subma rines and destroying those lialf built, under British supervision.

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GERMAN MINISTER RESIGNS. RESENTS FRANCE'S ATTITUDE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

I GERMAN MINISTER RESIGNS. RESENTS FRANCE'S ATTITUDE. i ('Router's Service.) ; LONDON, Tuesday. The Vossisehe Zeiluug says that Herr BrockdoriX Raneau, German For eign Minister, has resigned. : Reuter.'s correspondent at Basle states the Frankfurter Zeitung says that-- Count Brockdorff Rantau, German Foreign Minister, told the Cabilnet that he wanted to resign because it. was impossible to continue his foreign pol icy while France was notoriously aim ing at the resumption of hostilities. Count Rantau is remaining- in oflice in deference to the wishes of the Cabi

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

fiDELfi; BE SHARE IVlftEK ST. Messrs Blight Bros, snnply {1*.s> fol lowing noonday quota lions from t*i» Adelaide Stock Exchange '.yesierviuy; Wrtilaroos. L> 39/9, s 40/0. ■ Broken?, b 58/3. ,s 59/. / . British, h 37/, s 37/44. : British, new, b 32/ft; s 33^). ; =" J unctions,- b 3/10, s i/1. ; June Hons'-: (paid). sales~5/J0. !> 'ii2/9. ■ b '5 5/11.' s oi/(V. I> .'!/,■ r> 51/9. V Si.;;-: May. b ;; 1 i /. /. 'Edna MayM3uttlers^ sales iOd." Edna May Cenirnls, ft i-V/7, !; ! 5/li Edna May Goii., b i0/i0, s I \~f. •EUria May Deep:?,' sales' 13/6.-'/ Boulders, b. 9/10. s l<fy2, - • Muraroa, b 3/0, s i/1-... Riverina Souths, b -id., s 8d. ;

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