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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Wantgd Column. Under this heading 16 words Yif co^ecuthe inset under 4/ ° advert{sement looked -TO Let, Com enienl Rooms or elr>an n3? kachws; fireplace and , parti}.furnished.jApply c. Miller^ D^ke .street, Solomon town. fsm ^ BO^ER^n, certificated, like to hear "• AP1)JJ J.E.," Recorder office. __L_ - fs %VMED fiom beginning -March,: MMing Girl, about ; 15-16, to assist AVn!!! w", 'V?us,iWOrb' s!ec;P Home;"' offlcp Sojomoritown,: this WANTED, Girl for housework, sleep home. Apply runs V Collins, 5th street, ]?irie West. ^ Tsm WANTED, a Girl, for general - house duties. Apply Mrs' Close. fsm WANTED, Smart Boys - for , selling ; sweets. Goo-ee Pictures. Applv H B.. Walkington. " . ^ ; ' ' ■ MRS. .Johns will hold her !>Weekly Qiiadihle /Class To-night as usual One-mile Crossing. : WANTED, a Cook-Oeneral. "Mrs Dean Dawson, Ktig William road, Hyde Park, Adelaide. Apply Miss liar ;grave, Central. Hotel. . 3iG\CLE, secondhand, gent's, requir ed, please slate price . and where seen ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC PIRIE'S FALSE SECURITY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC PIRIE'S FALSE SECURITY. I It would be folly to conclude that influenza is disappearing because the j number of cuscs in Adelaide reported I daily is lessening. In other parts' of I Australia the number, is increasing. i The manner of its coming and going ! is one of the mysteries of the disease r,which medical men have not y^t solv ed. In Great Britain it seemed to be j passing away. It has re-appeared p wilh greater virulence^ than ever. : Some of the local health authorities - are prematurely congratulating them selves on the fact that no great ex pense has yet been incurred in '-pre-. . paratory work. It is to be hoped that Port Pirie will escapc a visitation; i but it is still too early to leave off making preparations. -The inhalatoriurrr is in working • order, but the people are indebted to the B.1I.A.S.. and not to the local health .«ii.t.hori{ies for its use. Arrange ments have been made for the use of I the drill hall for inoculation. The | local board of...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. FEDERAL v BROUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

CRICKET. FEDERAL v BROUGHTON. On Wednesday the Federal cricket ers journeyed to .Lower Broughton and played a match with the team of that district; A most enjoyable day was spent. Owing to the good bowling cf W. Johnson and R. -Man ogue, the Federals won by thirteen runs. Scores:— Federal. E. J. Conlin, b F. Collins ... .... 1 M. F. McCabe, b ,1. Collins .. .-. 1 i \V. Johnson, c Featherstone, b J. Collins ...... ...V.. .20 .1. Waters, b J. Collins ...... . . 0 R. Manogue, b .I. Collins . . . . . . ? .). Summers, e Feathers tone, b M. Collins .. .. .. .. .. ..... i> J. Mitchell, not out . . . ..... 2 M. Trencry, b J. Collins .... . . 0 T. Turner, b G. Goode . . .... . . 0 J. Pollard, b J. Collins ... .......- -i S. Scorgie, b .J. Collins .. .... 0 Sundries .... ........ 3 Total .. . . .. . . ...... 51 Bowling: J. Ilaanan, 0 for JG: F. Collins, 1 for 11; J. Collins, 8 for 11; G. Goode, 1 for 13. Broughton. «J» iluiiUaiJ, iJ > • , ; • • • - L. Ilannan, c Scorgie, b Manogue . 1 S...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Mail Time OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

7 Mail Time OUTWARD. - Tii e closing times of '-Mails despatch ed from Port; Pifie for the undermen tioned places are: Terowie Railway, 6.10 a.m., daily. Gladstone, 0.10 a.m. daily. Peterborough, 6.10 a.m. daily. Adelaide, 9.15 a.m. daily. ^ Warnertown, 9.15 a.m.-daily. Crystal Brook. 9.15 a.in. daily; Gl' Islotie, 9.15 a.m. daily. ■ Gladstone .Railway, 9.15 a.m. daily. Port Piria West, 9.SO a.m. daily. Adelaide, 4.50. p.m. daily. Peterborough, 4.50 p.m: daily. Broken Hill, 4.50 p.m. daily. IJaiaJsy Bridge, 4.50 p.m. daily. Port Pirie West. 4.50 p.m. daily. Port . Gerra'ein, 4.50 p.m., Mondays; Tuesdays, Thursdays,- Fridays; 5.15 p.iy. Saturdays ami Wednesdays. Telowie Creek, 4.59 p.m. Mondays,; Tuesdays, Thursdays ;, and Fridays: 5.15- p.m. Saturdays arid Wednesdays. Mr Carmiehaol (private ba.?)- 4:50 p.m. Mondays^- Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; 5.15 p.m. Saturdays and Wednesdays, ■ ■ ' "Broad Creek, 4,50 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. - I Neishahy, 4.50 p.m. Mmda\> Thu...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DARWIN DISTURBANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

DAliWIN DISTURBANCES. Summonses have been served at Darwin on Harold George Nelson, secretary of- the Australian Workers Union, and Robert Munro" Buding, sec retary of the Northern Territory In dustrial Council, for assaulting the police in connection with the 'demon stration on December 17, the previous charges ol" obstructing a Common-', wealth ofiieer having been, dismissed;.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Trains are duo to leave Fifie :for—: Peterborough at 6.30 a.m., 12 noon (carrying passengers for Wilmingtor line), 5.15 p.m.. (carrying- passengers fiir Adelaide via Terowie). - A(i«lakle. via BIytli,e, at 9.40 a.m. Trains arc due to arrive at Piric from— ~ Peterborough at 5.30 a.m. (bring ing Adelaide passengers via Telowie). i. 15 p.m. ( bringing passengers Iron 'Wiimington line), 7.42 p.m. Adelaide, via Blythe, at 4.8 p.m.

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RETURNING SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

RETURNING SOLDIER. Among the soldiers who are return-, irig" lo Port Pirie is Private ff. V.'. Overland, of 32nd Battalion. lie is a nephew of Mr. \V. Morrow, M.L.C., and brother of Mrs. W. Walker, of Hectory road. A list of other returning soldiers appears on page t of this issue.

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"BARRIER MINER." CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

"BARRIER MINER, CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP. Messrs Knight and Von Rlcbeu' Lim ited said farewell to-'the employes-of "Tlie Barrier Miner" on Monday eveii -ing, February 3, and- introduced them to" Mr J; 12. Davidson, tliix new pro prietor. ' Mr Von Rieben, in addressing- the gathering, said the directory had taken an. opportunity to bid the staff fare well and to introduce them to Mr J. E. Davidson. ^ . Among messages.Mr Von Rieben re ceived from {lie absent directors was one, from Mr Prior, 'who -wrote: 'My .2 7 years' connection with 'The Miner' ceases to-day. I part from it and from the good, fellows who have so loyally worked for it with regret. To Messrs Smethm-sf, Lean, Schw'iik, Rosenberg, Richards, Gentle, White, Jim Kennedy and the. rest, please say that I -\visli -Iheni all prosperity and every other happiness^ I liave known Mr Davidson lor -many great, journalist, he is all I should wish uiy old friends to be associated Willi. 'The Miner'- is'fortunate'to- be in his hands, and B...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Anarchist Outrage FRENCH PREMIER SHOT WOUNDS NOT SERIOUS (Reuters Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

(Reuters 'Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. : Router's" - correspondent at Paris says that M. Clemenceau, Premier of France, was shot at live times on en tering iin automobile at his residence on Wednesday morning-. . I An official bulletin Says that - >1. j Clemenceau was slightly wounded in : the shoulder. j The Would-be assassin : is named Collin, aged 25. He claims-that he was ■ born in France, but he is believed to ! be a Russian. ; > : i M. Clemenceau was also shot in the back, but the wound is seemingly not dangerous. After the shooting he re—I entered his home unassisted. VANCOUVER, Wednesday. The latest nws from Paris states that Cottin. said his reason for shoot ing M. Clemenceau v,:as that lie was the enemy of humanity, and that he was preparing another war. After his arrest, CotTin said:— "French individual anarchists consider. M. Clemenceau is an enemy of the working- class." The . Peace Conference has been temporarily halted as the result of the crime. - King- George ...

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VAUDEVILLE SEASON ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

VAUDEVILLE SEASON ENDS. ! Last night brought the visit of Ful ler's vaudeville to a /close. ..-For four -nights tliesq clever artists have been , playing at the Alisambra to full houses and it is with a. feeling. of regret that I their final performance was witnessed., 1

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Society of Nations AMERICAN CRITICISMS. Reuter's Service) NEW YORK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Socitljf of Nations rsfSERSOArj CnlTIC,c.S?S. (Iieutcr's Service ) . . KKW YORK, T!)iusd:i.v, Pivo.s onimou ^ Icil mr.nViiiijr • lie Sot ieh nf ^ . The "Sun says: "11 is imcoiu-UUi li'j'i.i! .anth uiiworlvuble. and involve^ Iho. bUiTontlor of what is dc'trer (o /-.meriean hearts limn work! peace, namely, an unimpaired national sov ereignty, freed m. «m:1 initiative.affcel insr. national - interestsJ.".. ' -The -"Herald'" says: "The doy < f standing armies and conscription is past. Apparently freedom of the seas is safeguarded by the American and British navies.'' - The "World" says: "The impossible has happened. It is a colossal experi ment with the traditions of free gov ernment and human liberty." The "New York Times" criticises it as clumsy working." :

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Amusements "ALIAS MARY BROWN." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

"ALIAS MARY BROWN. j A detective story full of thrilling- in cidents is to be screened to-night at the Casino. The troubles that sur round the hero, Dick Browning", have driven him to the verge of self-de struction, when he . receives a mys terious message. Obeying this, he iinds himself in the midst of a gang of crooks. To save his mother, Dick steals a valuable jewel, but his crime is in vain.: After his mother's death, he lays his plans to be revenged on. the three incn who were responsible for the ruin of his family; How he succeeds by various stratagems ;in do ing this is the strong point of the pic ture. : - . : Vj The Love-interest is provided by Betty, a winsome girl that Dick res cues' fromtlic crooks. He has to fight for her life and his own. But in the end he triumphs and out "west makes a fresh start with the'girl he loves. i

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EXCLUSION OF ALIENS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

EXCLUSION OF ALIENS. - (Reuter's Service.) s LONDON. Wednesday. In the House uf Commons during question lime .Mi- Shortt stated that a Bill dealing with the deportation and exclusion of undesirable aliens will be introduced shortly. If it is true that over twenty thousand enemy and other aliens were at present in Rotterdam with the object of returning to Eng land as soon as peace was signed his present adequate powers for exclud ing aliens would be used.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Take It With You. Never go on a journey without a bottle of Chamberlain'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 Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be relied upon to give in i slant 'relief in all bowel complaints. Sold everywhere. •

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DISTRICT NEWS. CRYSTAL BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

DISTRICT HEWS. CRYSTAL BROOK. In connection witli the clearing sale at Mr. and Mrs. P.. H. SatchelFs home, at Narridy, on Tuesday, the Crystal Drool: Red Cross netted £2.6/13/6;. . Mr. and Mrs. Satehell, who are leav ing the district, have been keen sup porters of patriotic work, and they pro vided the whole of the luncheon, so that all the takings go-to the Red Cross . The luncheon returned £20/12 and the fruit was given by .Crystal Brook friends. . The arrangements were in the hands of Mrs. Malcolm Sinclair, president: Mrs M. Weston, vice-presidcnt; Miss : Pavy. secretary: and Mesdames Jas. I Forgan, K. McDonald, B. Weston, C. : Wood, T. L. Kelly, F. L; Nieass, C. , Gray, C. C. Buttfield, II. -A. Gunter, 'Misses' Sinclair, Young, Ferguson.. I Gilbert, Davidson, Adeoek (2), Wes t ton, Roediger, Munday.

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HARE WELL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

HARE WELL SOCIAL ; A farewell social was tendered last nighfc to Master F. Cavenett prior to his return to college. Musical items took up, the first part of the evening'. Mr J. J. Andrews presented the guest with a silver shaving mug on behalf of the boarders and staff, wishing.him [success in the future^ Supper coil-, [eluded a very enjoyable evening. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

STANDARD FIRE AND AGCIBSMT INSURANCE COSSPaKY^ ! Every Description of Insurance Busl I ness..Transacted at Lowest Curren' I Rates. { LOCAL AGSNT FOR- PORT PIRTE: 6. KEMP, c/o TpeleaYCn and Bpown. ^ FRANCIS' MARBLE BAR. Try our new Soda Fountain Drink, " I Clean and Pure. Special for To-day. j CHOCOLATE id. GLASS • CHOCOLATE AND MILK 6d glass. Note Address.—Ernest J. Francis, (opp. Barrier Hole'.) BUSINESS NOTICE. W. G. -H OLDEN {late of Adelaide) begs lo inform the RESIDENTS of PORT PIRIE and Surrounding Dis tricts that he has TAKEN OVER the PUj)NEY STUDIOS, and will in future be known as the W. G. HOLDEN STUDIOS, ELLEN STREET, PORT PIRIF, 'Phone 179. Such of the cable news on this page as is so headed appeared In The Times, and is cabled to "The Recorder" by special $ermissdbn.~!t should be under stood that, the opinions given are not those of The Times unless expressly stated to be so.

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OTHER ADELAIDE DISPUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

OTHER ADELAIDE DISPUTES. There were no developments toTtlay in connection witlr the union troubles. It was reported from the ' Trades Hall tin's morning- that lite ironworkers arc awaiting the result of tlie mould ers' case in; the Arbitration Court, which probably will affect their, strike position, ;

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MOULDERS' STRIKE Arbitration Court's Advice ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

MOULDERS' STRIKE - O-—— Arbitration Court's Advice ADELAIDE, Thursday. The matter 6f a rehearing of the iron jmd steel moulders' ease was con sidered at the Industrial Court by Mr Deputy President Webb to-day. In cidentally the altitude of certain of the workers in ignoring' the court .was dis cussed, Mr L. G. Hunkfii represented the moulders and Mi- G. II. Boykett appeared for the employers. : • Boykett moved that the motion for "a rehearing of the case be rescind ed, on the grouiids^that the reopening of the matter was not in the public in terest, and was neither necessary nor desirable. He asked that the court should not proceed until there was a cessation of the strike. Mr Hunkin objected to the applica tion, and pointed out that as that was the first indication lie had had of it he should "be allowed time to consider the matter. . j The Deputy President stated -that he did 'not think it- fair that" a motion by. the employers should be sprung- on, the other side at a moment's no...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BUTCHERS' DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

BUTCHERS' DISPUTE. jTIie Wages Board regulating rates and conditio'ns of butchers' em ployed in shops and factories will meet on Tuesday night, when the; '■whole of the matters in dispute will be discussed." The secretary stated to-day that but for a misuMersland iag- behvecn the chairman of the-hoard -and himself the board might/ have i»een convened earlier. r y

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