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Fathers' Association HONOR ROLL UNVEILED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

~ Fathers' Association HONOR ROLL UNVEILED. Last night a large -anti enthusiastic a udiencc was present', at the Institute at tlie unveiling of-the-;honor roll con taining the names of soldier sons of the members of the PortwPine and district Fathers of Sailors antls Soldiers' Assoc ■iation. Air. DegenlumU, .I's president of the association, was v in .the chair, and tiie following ladies- and gentlemen \\eie on flip platform The Mayor and Mrs. I"organ, Sister ShorVQ.A.I.M.N.'S. bister Aslnyovlh, A-Y.N.b., Sister W ui m A \ >, S , r IJ Webb,, 3 A Bi'ii-jii t*> 1. H. A. Ches fer. G. Cuariesworth; the Hon. H. Jackson.. Lieut. Colon;^ Pearce, V.D., .Mr. Kav, secretary of the Sailors and Soldiers Association of -South Austra lia-. and Mr Guthrie. M.O:, organiser of '.the'-Returned Soldiers' Assoc,ist,innl' After the-Nation ii \ntfiem ;\vas sung,Mr. Dcgcnhar t np loosed for the absence of Mr D. J. Gordon, M.L.C, Captain Blackburn, v.t... M.P., . tile Revs, Shipway, Shepley, and Gord...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

P-NEUMCjMfe I-NFtUpKZA •V- PoMIe ;Ad' 7lc3« . ; Tho;tsa.-us of,.-lives' were savediii Hew Zool.tiitl, hy prevention and relief of -the.! pae:i nonic attacks, through the doctors' rec3':aii»<andmcy 'and the- hospitals ^nd eitiraus 1 using Wave's7 Wonder-Wool. 1'lier.ri'ore, at-once (adult or- child); wear - on chest'or back a jacket made of Wonder WoaJ' (attachsd to gauzes osmuslinJ/wMeh will, protect tlia lungs and stiuudate; the hsarfc's ''actioaJ and so safeguard yourself 'from the greatest'.dinger. with pneumonic iixSuonz:!, : which - lies in the congested iun%s stopping the heart. This jacket creates a plvasaiifc iceliug, and does not : interfere v.'ithdress. Wear dry next to skin. If any, syniptoass, moisten as directed in j»ch psekefc(price2|^'^?a>fari'1?\r6Bder-. Woo! Stops Pain, no rnalter the cause. [ Use at one-'*, the solid inhalant recommended by the New Sjuth Vvales Hcalth Authorities • for protection against t he trenn Caj«" published' iri tbe " Sydney.' ...

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ANOTHER D.C.M. CPL. BURT WINS HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

ANOTHER D.C.M. CPL. BUHT WINS' HOAOli. Mr and Mrs Elijah Hurl, ■■■Three- , chain road,Sol onion towns have just received word, stating that the Dis-' tinguished Conduct Medal has been awarded No. 22A.' Corporal G. E; R. Biirt. for conspicuous gallantry ' and dilution to duty. When his platoon came under very heavy maehuNj gun and nile lire from an ennnj stiorg point durin - an at tack 011 the enemy's positions, Cpl. Burt and a comrade advanced" witli a Lewis gun: in. iront of their platoon, and- directed such an accurate and de moralising- fire on the enemy that 40 of them. with four machine guns, sur rendered to these two. men, to whose courage -and unhesitating action this valuable success was due. Cpl. Burt -enlisted at Port Pine in April, 1!' 1 (>. and left- South Australia [in the following month. He saw ser vice in France, and on latest advices was still there.

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Mail Time OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

OUTWARD ; The closing times of Mails dcspalcli eil from Port Pirie= for the undermen tioned places are: Terowic Railway, G.10__a.m., daily. Gladstone, 6.10 a.m.-- daily. .- Peterborough. -G;10 a.m. daily.- ■ Adelaide, 9.15 a.m, daily. W arnertown, O.J5 a.m. daily. Urvtilal-Brooiv, £);15 a.m. daily. * " uh' 2etone, 9. i 5 a.m.. daily. ~ Gladstone Railway, 9.15 a.m.- daily. Port Pine West, 9.30 a~m.. daily. Vbdaide, 4.50, p.m. daily; " ;; - Peterborough, 4.50 p.m. jilaily: Broken Ilill. -4.50 p.m. daily. ; Haml&y Bridge, 4.j&;'p.m.jiaHyi' ' J■ Pprt, Pine-West, 4-50 .p.m. daily. Port Germcin, 4.50 p^m., . Mondays. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays; 5.15 p.H!. Saturdays and Wednesdays. Telowie:. Creek, 4.50 pirn. M ondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and'- Fridays: 3.1 .Tfcp.jn: Saturdays and Wednesdays. ■ • 'Mr' Cariniehael (private bag), 4.50 .p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, -Thursdays •»nd FridaysS.I 5 p.m; Saturdays and Wednesdays. Broad Creel;, 4.50 p.m. M'dndays. Thursdays'and Fridays....

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INWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

INWARD. Mails arrive at- Port Pirie Post Office at the following.•times' Adelaide, Monday, 9-15 a.m.; Tues day to;Saturday, 0.30 a.m. v 11aniley Bridgc; iLbnday, 15 aim Tuesday to" Saturday. (>.;;() a.m. - •;--" Port Pirie West, s a.m. daily. • Solomontown, 9 a.m.- daily. ' Broken Hill, J).15 a.m. .daily. . Port' Germeiir, .Mondays, Tuesdays, •' Thursdays anil Fridays,''? a.m.; Wed- ] aesdays and Saturdays, -i p.ok • Telowie Creek, Mondays, Tuesdays. J Thursclays arid Fridays, ?' aim.; Wed. j lesdays and Saturdays, -ivp.m. - I Broad! Creek,Mondays, Tuesdays aid Fridays, 9 a.m. / j Nelshaby, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. 9 a.m. : | Petdr.bcroujih,; 1_;15 p.m. i Port Pirie West, 3 p.m. ' , j SoJonioi.'fown, 5 p.m. Warn or town, i.S p.m. Crystal Brook; -1.8 p.m. . : , -'Gladstone,- '4.8 p.m. C-liuistone; Piaiiv.'ay,. 4.S p.m. . Adelaide, i.S p.m. P-sierfcorouirh, .7.40 p.m. Post Office opens for half an hour for delivery o' correspondence by. this maii. 1 T.erowic ' Railway. ••7.40...

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CRICKET. TELOWIE v. PORT PIRIE SHOP ASSISTANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

.-•■CRICKET. f TELOWIE v' PORT PIRIE SHO P ASSISTANTS.: .. " An erijoyaWft game, was played <<n the Recreation CH-ound,. between 'the above teams yesterday/"afternoon. It J ■resulted ina^win the visitors. Their j kcenne,ss Ja the field. Uio bowling- of j Bowden, and the solid bailing of IT. J Rh'hter, though Ik- ;p^- t;cvcf;ii chances, .were special future" of their play. Geo. '-WhKo -.i/H'tie'd". "wnli for his 22. ,an<l was Use mainstay of'j thebowling for the Shop Assistants. Their fielding- was generally very loose. Mlil'ord and Usher being notable ex-, ceptions.-' Usher's catch,which dis posed of Rilchcr. was a very iine one. scores:—, ; - Shop Assistants. \Y. Noblett, e Giuyas.. b Riehter . 2 E. Arnold, c Bowden, b Riehter _ 5 11. Usher, b Bowden . . . . .. .. 1 O. Newton, c and b Rich tor . . .. i G. While, b Bowden . . .-. . ... . .'22 A. Berry, b Bowden .. .. .. .... 0 G. Noble tt, b Bowden .. ...... 5 F. Martin, l.b.w. b Bowden .... 0 .T. Lo...

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PHYSICIAN SUGGESTS A PREVENTIVE. A TRIED PRESCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

PHYSICIAN SUGGESTS A PRE- I VENTIVE. | A TRIED PRESCRIPTION. --Lieut.-Col. Sutherland lias sent to iks brother, .Mr. J. .Sutherland,', of Hie Golden Horseshoe'.mine (W.-A.). u preventive,. prescription for pneumonic . infhicnza; v Lieiit.-Co|r Suthcriana.; has I hail^ to^ght the disease in India, anil hf : doing so has gained vaiuahle experi ence. The cable message which Tie forwarded reads: "Best preventive in (11lenza: Fresh air, chew cinnamon, menthol nose ■ spray, thymol - throat wash, five grains quinine daily, influ enza vaccine." Mr George G. Kltig, in passing this prescription- on to Mr G. J. Emery, of Broken! Hill, writes: "The live grains, quinine dose daily presumably applies to tropical conditions. You will notice • | that he (Dr. Sutherland) recommends inoculation. The thymol throat wash, I understand, refers to glyeo tliymo leine." —"Barrier Miner."

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The Housing Problem (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

■•To Uie Euilor of-"Thc-Ilccoi,cler,".} Sn,— I ha\c fallowed \Mtli mtoie^t the niLefe- appeal m join pppn undei the nnove heading. ana althousn there is a lot of jtkh\liiitj and bhrnin"- quit# on., in inv opinion, .no one lias struck liii im/r <">t the tiomle It i- !ai-rel\ du< to the to-t of (Li uiut^uol wlinh hi uson li MHii 1 "n.te t'nt uic spre ulaior will not touch it. and the man wiifi woTiicl bmid for himseli is unable fo do •>'> a> he citvut £.i't the mon< \ to tl i / Like jp\psIo , he tl ink- If u Aitn tae mcirasp in shin innev tue priee of limber and iron wilt come down. lie will nol have a house thai; cosi more tnan it isworth. During Ihp 1n ;i Hi. ii*-" ui iniibm •i *. .) ni m 1 g i t If tpe G')\«nr iTienl. were to enquire 'into the timber trade it -rnjgnt be able to mak« some .alterations m that. direction. It could i*i J e &pe< nl Imam nl ai i in^-nents fur people with families Uuivt wuuid 'provide, these;...

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FOURTEEN BURRA CASES. RAPID INFECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

- FOURTEEN BURRfl CASES. / : ■ RAPID INFECTION. ; Df: Ramsay Smith stated on Tues day- that lie liad given fullest consid eration to the symptoms of the influ enza patients at B urra! His opinion \vas that-not one case could be classed. as pneumonic influenza as the term was understood generally. " The first man to he ihfeetqcl (Mr. E. E. Thamm) became ill on: February 8,; and died last Sunday night. / He was a ticket collector at the recent Burra•. race meeting. His son became ill on February 0. Two of his daught ers went to school oii February 10, and were taken ill tin the following "day. "A remarkable thing about the cases." remarked Dr. Ramsay Smith, "is the rapid transmission-of infection, with;'.a short period of incubation. At the Redruth Reformatory four girls and one attendant became ill on Feb ruary 12. It is difficult to trace infec tion in their;'case but there is a pos sibility of lliem having been infected at a meeting on February 10. Another ■patient, an outsider, wa...

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Shipping S.s. Glenlochy. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

S.s.; Glenlochy. The,'- s.s. (Uenloehy entered the creek-and berthed- yesterday morning. . •- S.s. Quoma. . x The s.ii., Qaorna : arrived' from Port Augusta ; at S a:m^. yesterday and berthed at. tfie - Smelters' wharf.. She will dear for Adelaide, via Port. Lin eoioj .oii completion of loading, - ' • S.s. (uishild. The s.r,. Daghild .was- prevented from sailing yesterday -morning owing to a colored mgmfoer of lite crew lie in?- ahs'-nl. As he was a prohibited Jnimigraiit' the. cap lain would have in curred. fa; penall\ y'if -€100 if he had saiiecT y?£thout: hirr\. - The -man, for whose" " arrest a rev-cu'd /of-.ElO was ciYemL was. subsequently captured.

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IN UNLAWFUL POSSESSION. New Magisterial Decision. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

SN UNLAWFUL POSSESSION. Now Magisterial Decision. ■ & ADELAIDE. Wednesday. By the decision of Mr. E. M. Sabine, S.M., to-day the police. will not be empowered in future to arrest persons found in possession of bottles of in toxicating liquor when the- hotels are closed, upon the chat-fee of unlawful possesion, unless they have reasonable suspicion that the liquor has been stolen or obtained from a "true own er" dishonestly. Mr. Sabine said that. in order to constitute an . offence the accused must be suspected of having-unlaw fully obtained the goods, and having been. brought before a special magis trate. He .must be called upon to give a satisfactory account of the manner in which he came by them. To justify a conviction there must be evi dence of facts sufficient''to raise a reas onable suspicion at th e lime accused was found with the goods that .the property had been stolen or was un lawfully obtained. - The property must therefore. be suspected property. The goods must ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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DISTRICT NEWS. ROCKY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

- ROCKY iUVKii. : . A fare\vo!I ' ~,was.;len'lei-ed Mr. ami •3lr-?.<T.;-:^ic!Tojson\ana';'family at (heir hfi.'nr aI. Rocky River, on. Friday. There ' \vas" a .' 'large allendn.nce of friends fr.om'...Crystal- Brook, Namely, r.iiCl Burroimrting districts. Mi*. If. E. lUibs.T iiigh iri h cter and Wijl.":! H'C fOVC n:of;'_. unc lions; Ji : j Messrs JJ n?ii;Icv. A. MeDonsM, M. Wfcslou, J.P., fL flca-Jij.'.- .I.l>.; 1.1. U. Sult-iieJl, B. Wwicn. Thri'nii;;«*>5d. :.H?. K. .Cooke, B. Head. U. Mr. and 11. Black. The chairman presented Mr. Nieholis with an iUunmialed address? from Hie residents'.of The 'district. Tito' singing of "For Ihey. »r« • fellows*' was followed iJy supi't'i" served by the "Rocky Uiyer 'and Narridy ladles. The musical program arranged by Mrs. .Roberts' was supplied by Misses "Phil Okiridge., Rene Bfapk (ii), Dennis, Roediger, Headr Roberts, Tucker, M. Davis and Mrs. Roberts, and Messrs. E. Pope and. F. E;.Johnson.: Mrs. F. S. Ciaridge was t'n'c accom...

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LUDENDORFF AN UNDESIRABLE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

&.UDENDORFF API UNDESIRABLE. (Reuler's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. The Swedish Government has warn ed Herr Ludendorff to depart before Friday.; _ ., I

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SEAMEN ASHORE. ELLEN STREET SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

SEAMEN ASHORE, ELLE.N STREET SCENE./ Three s,camen . named Micfuiel No lan/ William J. C. Brunton and George Emile Lhuretix, members of the grew of : the Gionloehy, which reached tfje wharf. 'yesterday from Durban, were the central figures in a disturbance \^ich took place in Ellen street, at the intersection of Mary-Ellie street, about 5.30 yesterday- afternoon. They were arrested .and will be dealt with this morning" at file Police Court. The incident caused some excite ment for a time. MountGd-Gonstablc L. E.! Fudge attempted to; arrest the men. He was rather roughly handled, until a civilian went to his assistance. Constable Fudge retained his hold of one man. ' Another, struck 'Fudge and ran; away, but he was followed by Constable Kennedy., on his bieyele. There was a brief set-to, when a third man approached.: M ounted- Constables Barrett and French appeared on the scene and ultimately all three men were secured. . £ !M this morning's court 'Nolan, ■will be. charged with being...

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Amusements FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE. LAST NIGHT ANNOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE. LAST NIGHT lA-NNOUNGED. The clean and clever show which |lias occupied' the Allium!) ra since Mon day night will be seen for the last time to-night. This entertainment is ] lot- merely up to the standard attain ed by Fuller's vaudeville entertain ments in the big- cities; it is above the standard. The programme is well ■diversified; it offers something- good for the lover of music, plenty of fun to feed tiic appetite of those who like to laugh, and also acrobatic -skill of a quality that entertains* all classes and conditions of spectators. The con cluding act alone, an exceptionally skilful and-comical exhibition of tra peze and tumbling acrobatics by the Gamille Trio," is sufficient to justify a visit to the theatre. ~ . As far as it. is possible for vaude ville specialists to introduce new items- the programme; was changed last night tn order to add freshness for the entertainment of the many people who wanted to see the show a second time: New songs were sun...

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OUIET IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

OUIET IN SYDNEYi' k - ■ : -:. : ; SYDNEY, Wednesday. Only two now eases of pneumonia, influenza were - reported in Sydney this morning. Botli patients are '"nurs cs at the Coast Hospital. The tolfr! number 'of cases in New South Wales is 198 ami the^deaths have*"-numbered eight. The Minister for Health'states that he is now . hope ful that the worst is over.' ■■■: . ■

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INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC NO FRESH CASES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC NO FRESH CASES. - ADELAIDE. Wednesday. ! frfcsli casies of influenza were re ported in Adelaide to-day.

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Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

FIrse Train Services ARRIVALS ABD DEPARTURES. j Trains are due to leave Pirie for— /Peterborough at 6.30 a.m.; 12-. noon (carrying passengers for Witmingtoi line)^ 5.15 p.m. (carrying passengers for Adelaide via Terowie}.' . ■ Adelaide. via B'yliic, at 9..-S0 a.m. Trains arc due to arrive .at Piri<' 'rom—• ' Poterh'orough ■ at 5.-10 a.m. (bring-, ing Adelaide. passengers via Tolowic). 1.15 pan. { bringing -passengers frou: | Wilmington bno V, 7.-12 pan. i Adelaide, via Blylhe, al -5.8 p.hi.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

ADVERTISEMENT RATES. "THE RECORDER," PORT PIRIE." Tlic Scale of -Changes for Casual Advertisements in "The Recorder" is as follows: . v- - : Each Insertion 47 per inch Each Insertion after : third insertion, with- ' nut resetting .? .. 3/ per inch Each Insertion after ... eighth insertion with- ■ v put resetting ... 2/6 per inch Wanted Column (if. prepaid), 10 words for .... .. .... .. 1/ Wanted Column (if prepaid), three con- -v seeutive insertions ; . 2/G Scatters (J G words each) . ..: .2/0 for three Birth, Death, Marriage,' Funeral,- In Slcmor iam ■; and • Return Thantes notices .. .3/ per inch 6d. for each additional line Rates for Contract- Advertisements vyill'be supplied on ;app]icatiofl. Wanted Column. ■■ - wi—:—_■ v Under , this heading 16 'Words--(if prepaid) , 1/; three-.consecutive inser tions, 2/0. No advertisement booked under 4/. PULLER'S Vaudeville. / Complete Change of Program To-nigh t, Al hambra. Reserve "your seal at Slater's. ' .' ' . PROP ESsIONAL. man and wif...

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PORT AUGUSTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 20 February 1919

f=ORT AUGUST fr RACES. Tiie following are tlie weiglils I the Port Augusta races, to be run February 22: ? IL-\ \DlC.\i> HURDLE RACE, r 1 wo miles. Chilcl\\i<"k 10 0 Tot-Melb'i <> 1> ■"Q.uiclishot .. y Driblile . . . . . -"i:. 9 5 Poor Beggar .. . . . 9 i , Pimba . . .. . . _ J) 2 Defaulter .. .. . . . . . . 0 0 : LICENSED VICTUALLERS' HAN.-' - DICAP. . Y-V\-'\ uae mile. Merty Made ... . , . . 9 . 0 Tlayahs . . .. .. . .. . . 8 'ii Cheer Up ... . . . . . . . 8 10 Jamestown r > . .< . . .. 8 0 St.-Cyprian .. . . .. .. .. 8 r> . Chilawiek . . . . . v . . . 8 S> - . FloglnH .... ;. ' s; i Winapie . .. 8 0 . SlimYlOWIl .. .. ... .. . . • 7 10 'Hopfactor . ... . .... T-.t.-I STIRLING HANDICAP."*. Y ' Six furlongs. * One. en brook .. .. ....9 ?, Mazaris .. .. .... . . 812 Merly Made . . .. .... 8 G .Jamestown .. .. .. ..." 7 12 Flagfali .. .. . . . . . . v ~ 10 Tot Meiha - . - 7 3 Pistol lisian -• ...... 7 0 The . Crystal' King .Y . . 7 0...

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