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SAWMILL CARPENTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

5WIY1IU- CARPENTERS. j The executive of the mill carpenters ■wijl consider the result of a confer ence v.ith the employers. It is stated that a majority of the men have, ob Isinecl work outside the mills, eight of which are involved. ;

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Wireless Telephones DR.ALEXANDERSON'S INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Wireless Telephones DR^ VftLEXANDERSON'S INVENTION; A recent: cable stated that Dr. Ern est Alexanders on, an American inven tor-had perfected a device l«r niaking possible a wireless telephony conver sation between New York and iN'ew Zealand. ■"■'•Mr E. T. Fisk, managing director of llic Amalgamated Wireless- (Australia) Limited, when interviewed on tne . subject, vsaid. that- the message was [sufficiently'."vague to make one ask l'or jinore. "Unfortunately, there is a wide ! difference between perfecting a. de~ j vice for a given purpose and actually demonstrating that the device 'will do what is required, and therefore we ! may hope tixat a practical demonstra tion of. iJr. Alexanderson's claims will be given," he said. "Wireless telephone _ couversation aeross a distance of several thousand miles is not impossible. It has al " ready been practically demonstrated that wireless telegraph messages can •be received from at least 12,000 miles distauit. - i 1 "The only difference betw...

Publication Title: Recorder
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FLYING IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

FLYING IN AUSTRALIA. Thirty-two Avro and Sopwith aero planes-of the latest type were ordered in Great Britain some time ago for the Commonwealth Government for instructional purposes. Two Avro ma chines have lately arrived, and the parts are being- assembled. The other aeroplanes are cither on the water or will shortly he shipped. The Avro machines are said to be capable • of flying- from 75 miles an hour. They are not fishing machines, but are specially suitable for training work. An amount of £50.000 was provided on the last Federal'■" Estimates for the crcelion of a central aerodrome.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Is Your* Child Constipated? If your child is (lull and stupid see whether lie is constipated. Nine times out. ofo ten Ui;tt is the trouble. Cqq stipafion arises from indigestion and sluggish liver,- and a sluggish liver makes a sluggish mind. . Chamber lain's Tabids act directly on the liver, cleansing the system of the constipa ted matter and bile which has made your - child so _stupid. Chamberlain's Tablets are an ideal" remedy lor chil dren] and are pleasant to take. Sold everywhere. ADVERTISEMENT RATES.. "THE RECORDER," PORT PIRIE. The Scale of Charges for Casual Advertisements in "The Recorder" is as follows: E:\eh Insertion .. .. .. 4/ per inch Each Insertion after third insertion, with out resetting .. ..3/ per inch Each Insertion after eighth insertion with out resetting .. .. 2/G perincli : Wanted Column (if prepaid), 10 words / for .. .... -. .... 1/ Wanted Column (if prepaid), three con secutive insertions ... 2/6 Scatters (1G words each) .. .. 2/G, for three Birth, Death...

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ANOTHER MISSING BRIDEGROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

ANOTHER MISSING BRIDEGROOM. A bride, lo be had a lamentable ex perience at Semaphore on Tuesday evening. The wedding had been ar ranged to take place at a. local church, -and the wedding breakfast was to follow in a hall near by. Carriages rolled up to the church, and the brid al party entered, the building shortly before the time arranged for the mar riage— p.m. But the bridegroom, a returned soldier, was not present, and after nearly two hours' waiting the. clergyman who was to have officiated, asked the guests to adjourn to the hall, and explained the position. The bride's brothers left to seek the mis sing; groom.

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Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —February.— [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Sporting RACING FIXTURES. -—February.— 20.-—TT.icoby "Bay Jockey Club. 22.—Port Augusta L;V. Racing Club , 26—Jamestown Racing Club. 26.—Millicent Racing Club. • •27.—Port Lincoln Racing Club. . —Mcirch.— 1.=—Snowlowa Racing Club. 5.—Balaklava Racing Club. -5.—Mount Gam&ier- Racing Club. S.'—Spalding Racing Club. 12.—Port Brougliton Racing Club. 12.-—Murat Bay Jockey Club. .42, 13.—N.araeoorte Racing Club. 15.—Port Adelaide Racing Club."

Publication Title: Recorder
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RACING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

RACING NOTES, Stageland, who. has not raced/ since = Ills fall in the Adelaide Clip, lias been purchased; to do stud duty. Referring to Mr Horace Young's re cent purchase, "Pilot" writer: The ehesuiuj; gelding' Anotto (Aiitonsc Otter has been sold to go to Adelaide, and rumor puts the price in the neigh borhood of tOO guineas. <A: good weight carrier and able to run -nine furlongs, Anotto should prove a good investment for his new 'owner. I have heard that Anotto is" a natural jumper, and later it might pay to txy him at hurdling. Based on the annual Treasury re turns (says a Sydney paper), one V month's cessation of racing in New South Wales.will mean a loss of over. £25,000 to the Government. It will take away from horse owners oyer £0000 in prize rno'aey; racecourse and club employes, bookmakers' clerks, and incidental expenses, over £8000; and a loss to the race clubs of £10,000. When the New Zealand trainer, K. J. Mason, was in Sydney last spring lie secured a licens...

Publication Title: Recorder
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America's Monroe Doctrine HAS WILSON FORGOTTEN? AUSTRALIA AND THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

America's Monroe Doctrine HAS VS/iLSON FORGOTTEN ? -AUSTRALIA AND THE PACipIG. (By E. George Marks, in the "Sun.") Less four years the Munroe Doc ; _ trine has subsisted 100 . years- as a principle of American statecraft; still, a principle only, unsanctioned by any . code of international law. England, France; Austria, Russia, and Prussia—the Great,Powers which had combined against JM^c^on, com prised- the Holy Alliance. jfiiexaiider . 1.. of Russia, wjis the author of the Alliance, which- was to banish .war by ^_the application of the principles of the Christian religion. With great eclat the first. general congress of the.Holy 'Allianee assem bled in-1818V"-The sacred-principles of its constitution impelled the live Great Powers to declare a permanent state of peace amongst the nations; to assert, without attempt at reservation, their unchangeable resolve uever to depart from the strictest observance of the principles of the law of nations. England Secedes from Alliance. Within I...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Bolshevists in Trouble LEADERS AT LOGGERHEADS. KIEFF PREPARES A "BLOOD BATH." (Reuter's Service.) STOCKHOLM, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Boishevisis io Trotble LEADERS AT LOGGERHEADS. KSEFF PREPARES A "BLOOD BATH." (Router's Service.) STOCKHOLM, Wedncsd^ A report from Ilelsingfors says thai differences have arisen between the Soviet Government of Most^w, ^head ed I>y M. Lenin, wliieh came to terms with tlii) Allies owing to the hr/pelcss ■■economic situation of Russia, and the Soviet^of Petrognidv hcaded^b^^i. iVl. 'i^otsicy1*' 'and ^.''-•>ZM^{ci^p\vl^icli]^J^ne^r;'' getieally protests, stating that, the Bolshevist occupation of the Ukraine offers a possibility to procure . fuel. However, reports from Kieff state that the UKrairiians haye. Severely, de feated the Bolshevists, twenty kilometres from Kieff and elsewhere in Ukrainia. ODESSA, WednestUiy. .A '-message from Kieff says tlie; Bol shevists^ hay q ordered a general'-mo bilisation with the formation of- shock; battalions for tlie Odessa front. A council of Bolshevist commission ers has been formed at Kieff, and it has draw'n up black: lists apparently in ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Shortage of Houses PRACTICAL SUGGESTION MADE. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Shortage of Houses PRACTICAL SUGGESTION MADE; (To liiti Editor of "Tlio Recorder." Sir,— ■■ I iia^efi-eacl carefully the letters in your well-read paper on the housing ■conditions: in Pirie.: Though I have fairly good accommodation now, it will not be long before I shall liave . to march around with the house, hunters. I arii goings to get in early by saying that I agree with;''Unloolier-' in seve ral ways, ami one way in particular, in which he asks for a suggestion to put before the B.II.A.S. or the Govern ment. Now, I am going to suggestf a" scheme to your readers and workers who have a little banking account but not enotigh lo scramble unless they, catch it themselves. Here it is: ' In different parts of Pirle they have called on the voluntary workers to help them do this and help thein to build that; The workers have, gone 1 and helped, not ktiowing how they wire going to do it. not having experi ence with such work; but still they : got the work done,'simply because.j [ there ...

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SHIP ON FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

SHIP ON FIRE. * A timely warning from the master of: a ferry boat was the means of pre venting- a serious putbrealv of lire on the steamer Victoria in Neutral Bay, Sydney Harbor on Monday. The flames were hot quelled before damage to the extent of about £200 had been done The outbreak is surrounded with sus picious circumstances, and the matter has been reported to the police. The forecastle, where the lire originated, it is stated, hadnot been occupied for' some time, as both seamen and lire-, men were out owing to the shipping labor . dispute. The vessel was fully ladeirvwith cargo for Melbourne. Ade laide, and \Yesierh. Australia.

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"DAD'S" HONOR ROLL. A MATTER OF JUDGMENT. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.".) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

"BAD'S" HONOR ROLL. A MATTER OF JUDGMENT. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.' In your report on the "Dads"' As sociation' I notice llio.t Mr. II. Jack son, with his usual sound sense, com mented upon an obvious error of judgment in the- Fathers' .Association. lie expressed regret that the name of every man that left Port Pirie was not on the roll. Could the .secretary explain to a fair-minded public how the associa tion came to make such a peculiar distinction between soldiers whose fathers belong to the association and those who do not, on a practically public honor rui! ' I am, cvo., . JUSTICE. A copy of the foregoing letter was shown last night to Mr. \V. 13. Scan Ian, secretary of the "Dads"' Associa tion. He stated that the president, Mr. Degenhardt, in ills opening remarks al the meeting on Tuesday left no doubt in the minds of the majority of his hearers that the honor roll was wholly and solely a Fathers of Sail ors and Soldiers' .Association honor roll, and that it was confin...

Publication Title: Recorder
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THROUGH RAILWAYS. BROAD GAUGE POSSIBILITIES. SLAP AT PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

THROUGH RAILWAYS. BROAD GALIGK POSSIBILITIES. SLAP AT PORT PIRIE; • r*Ir 0. J. Smith rgoods superinten dent, tendered evidence before ihc Railways Standing Committee ■? on Wednesday on the question' of the saving- -which would be effected -_l>y bringing irai"!ic from the Wilmington line l<r a. new broad gauge. track..-at' Crystal Brook instead of taking it over the Blyth and Gladstone Hue. The iut broad gauge line were" made from Wandearah and Port Pirie. Witness said it would he impossible ■to make^ a broad gauge line to Port Pirie, even with' a third rail, on ae acc-ount of the restricted area in the streets and the sharpness of the curves i:!-i the wharfs. He did not consider that 'by talcing- the broad gauge train closer to Port Pirie there \viv_Hd be any increase of passenger t a flic or much goods business." The main points to be considered in dis cussing -the matter were the breake of gauge and inter-State connections. According to present. indications, Crystal ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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CHRISTMAS EVE DRINKING. PROSECUTIONS AT GLADSTONE. GLADSTONE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

CHRISTMAS EVE DRINKING. PROSECUTIONS !AT GLADSTONE. GLADSTONE, Thursday. At the 'Gladstone .Local Court this morning, before ?.Ir D. G. Scott, S.M.,; William-Leesue, licensee" of the Glad-; stone Hotel, was lined £5 and costs, amounting to £6/16/ in all, far sup plying liquor during prohibited hours on Christinas Eve last. •1. W. Brown, II. Brown and — Mc Farlane were also fined the same amount for being on licensed premis.es aftei\ hours on.ythe same occasion." Each of the defendunts.pleaded guilty. MrSjA. A. Leverington, \vho was• <^e-. fended by Mr Rankin of Peterborough * pleaded not guilty to heaving supplied James Coc, Norman Quinn. A. Ho^bs ;and J. Forrest With liquor during pro hibited hours on the evening of De cember 24. Each of the defendants was found guilty, and the revenue benefited to the extent of £6/16/ m_ each case.

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BELFAST STRIKE ENDS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

BELFAST STRIKE ENDS. (Ileuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. A 'message received from London to-night' stales that the general strike at Belfast has ended. V

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Germany Restless SPARTACISTS IN ARMS. (Reuter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

SPflRTAGISTS IN ARMS. ^ (Renter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Wednesday. Meetings are to continue through out Germany, protesting at the '"theft'-of German colonies and the retention of prisoners. Herr Erzerberger sent a long com munication to Marshal Focli, .'refusing1 (o place tlie German mercantile mar ine at the disposal.of the Entente lui ises- agreV-'irieiits are reached 'assuring Germany's food supply and safe guarding German crews. I . BERLIN, Wednesday.. The situation in Germany is daily . becoming' more precarious, owing to the ,great activity of the Spartaeists. A general strike lias now broken out in the Ruhr region. The strikers at Essen have declared that, not "a single ton of coal will he given the present Government, and 'the strike will be continued until, the socialisation of the. Ruhr. mining industry. and the Gov ernment troops are recalled: The Spartaeists are directing the entire movement.; -. ... Labor, reports shi.te that armed _Spar suiei^^Ifbiu' EssenC DusseWorff ...

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Remodelling the Balkans TERRITORIAL DIFFERENCES. Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

TERRITORIAL DIFFERENCES. Yv (Neuter's Service.) . ' LONDON, Wednesday. A communique from Paris on Tues-. (lay soys the .representative explained !he-''-territory - claims of the Serbs, Slovenes, - and Groats respectively. It was deeided to submit the questions of the. frotiticvs claimed with -the ex ception nf those in which Italy is directly .interested.--to" the Commission. - " LONDON, Wednesday. (United Service.) Mr. Lloyd George, British Prime Minister, has been summoned hurried ly to Paris.

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LONG DISTANCE FLYING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

LONG DISTANCE FiLYiNG. T!ic storage of petrol aboard aero planes required for lond-distanee fly ing is-going to present a problem on high powered machines. The liberty standardised engine consumes 36 gal lons of petrol an hour with open throttle, and 30 gallons ail hour for average travelling. The oil consump tion is about 1A gallons per hour. It therefore means that any aircraft" meant to travel a number of hours without alighting, jnust carry quite a load of petrol. It is not the weight, it is the bulk that is going to trouble designers of the commercial long distance aircraft.

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LAURIER'S SUCCESSOR. (Reuters Service.) VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

LAURIER'S SUCCESSOR. (Reuters Servicc.) VANCOUVER, Wednesday. \Mr. Fielding;,- Liberal leader, 'Mil succeed Sir Wilfred Laurier, as leader of the Opposition.

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

NOTES, (By "Ciiuringa.") One of the surprises of the week in racing' circles was the intimation is sued from the S.A.J.C. ei'li.ce in which Mr Whitington indicated that the re sponsibility uf the eligibility of horses for certain races rested with the han /dicapper, vide a letter to that effect •forwarded three years ago. ■ Air Hughes, how-evcr, when spoken to on the matter, put an altogether • different. phase on it, inasmuch - as he says he absolutely declined to take any resp onsibility, a ridr told Mr Whi tin gt on so en receipt- of the letter. It was. done verbally, however. Mr Hughes has good reason fo stand on his dig nity over the matter, and in fairness to him his reply should have been quoted, not merely the formal notice. In any caso lire ■ handieapper is not 'the.'man to hold responsible for horses being wrongly entered. The duty should either devolve on the secretary or stipendiary stewards. .Vll arc h^li ly paid officials, find they are not so pressed with work that th...

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