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JAMESTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

JARJESTOWK RACES, An advertisement in yesterday's; ■"Recorder"-■■'contradicted .a rumor that lias been circulated to the .effect; that. , tfie races to be held on February 26 atJamestown have been: postponed. I | The committee, is anxious that this ! unfounded report should not adverse ly effect the meeting. Jvo trouble or j I expense has been .spared to get the i course in the best condition. The; recent rains have improved the going-,' which is now tip-top. Satisfactory arrangements have been made for the : parking: of motor cars. The proceeds are to be devoted to a war memorial r fu'nd. and with this object in view the committee should , have- a bumper meeting.. - | The same practise will be followed i in regard to totalisator dividends as J obtains in the metropolis. Visiting i horse owners have been catered for j by the erection of twelve loose boxes ' adjacent to the town. _ ,:■.;

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

ACCEPTANCES. JAMESTOWN, Thursday. The acceptors for the Jamestown races to be held on February 2(5 are as follows: HANDICAP. HURDLE RACE. ' Two iniles. Pinballic" .. ..... .... 10 8 Grace Watson .... .. .. 10 8 - Gyr . . ■ ... .. .. .. .. 10 3 Loehiel ^ . . .... .... 9 12 ' Padilii .... .. .. . . . . 9 10 To I Melba . .- .. . . . . . . 9 i Dexiral .. .. .. .. .. .; 9 0 JAMESTOWN lIANDiqAP. . . One and a quarter miles. Longaire .......... 9 0 J;u-.Boiselle .. .. ....... S 7 Maldon King 8 1 ' Ethel M .... ...... 8 2 Giit.u'r Up ....... . . . - 7 8 Wairakei . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 Tori 11a . . 7 2 Loehiel . . . . .. ...... 7 2 A i . . .... . . 7 0 bob Manor . . . . - . -. .^-7 0 FLYING HANDICAP. Six, furlongs. Quecnbrook ... .. .. .. 9 0 Lord Mintberry .. .... 8 9 Mazarjs . . . . .... 8 8 Chardor . . . . ....... 8 '> Dell Ro.-e .. .. ... .... 7 o JUNIPERS' FLAT. One and a quarter miles. Korea . . . . . ... . . . . 10 5 Grace Watson, .. • • . ."'10 \ . Duar'ran .... .... .. 10 3 Padd...

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

SEVERE CUT-AMD S$ftU>. Another. Mother Thanks Zam-Buk. It is impossible to calculate how much suffering and anxiety Zam-Buk prevents in l!ie. hop,*, especially where there are children. Mothers, therefore, should also keep a pot of Zam-Bub, the- genuine skin healer, on a handy shelf. 1 Mrs G. Brown, of 53 Pine street, Sydney, writes: "Some time ago my little girl, Marvelle, fell on a piece of glass, whichscut a gash in her knee cap, opening it to the bone. For a long time, we tried everything we could think of, hut the cut. would not heal, and broke' out- again and again. We* took her to a chemist in the lirst lutanec, but. his treatment did not do her any good at all; she also had hosr pilal /.treatment- for a long" time, but :hat., too, failed to do her any good. "After these various treatments and much loss of time, we were in duced to try Zam-Buk. The balm was applied night and morning and gave her great, ease. Zam-Buk drew out all the inflammation,, and after a short treatme...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

~ High Water: To-day at 9.37 a.m. and 9.55 p.m."' The s.s. Daghild left Port Pirie- at 9 o'clock yesterday^morning w'ith 2000" tons zinc, concentrates and 5600 tons lead. The lead will be. discharged at Sydney and tiie Vessel will load wool for Great Britain. The s.s. Iron 'Monarchy will leave Port Pirie this morning- "for Hum in oeky, where she will take in a cargo of ironstone for Newcastle. The overdue s.s. Devon City .Is ex pected to reach Pirie harbor on Sat urday morning. The collier Hexham berthed at the Smelters' wharf yesterday . morning. She-arrived on the - iStli inst. an.<J has been delayed owing to lack of berthing space. . The s.s. Omana is expected to clear to-day for ^Newcastle. N.S.W., with a cargo of 2000 tons of icad^ concen trate;;. ; •

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

Police Court Before Gapt. G. E. Croswell. J.P., yesterday; throe sailors were charged on various counts. Michael Nolan, a seaman, ageil 47 years, had to pay i'l or undergo 72 hours' imprisonment for having been drunk on the previous day. lie AvaiS further charged with, having- as saulted Constable Fudge, whiK.made the arrest. ^ Constable Fudge slated the accused struck him-several times on the head. The accused did .not deny the ■ charge , and was ordered to pay .■£•> and costs, in default one moutti's imprison ment. When asked to'-plead on a charge of having used indecent language the ac cused slated that he did not make a habit of using such language. Captain Greswell remarked that he hoped he did'not. ; ' The accused was" lined £3 or ' i t days' imprisonment. William John Colling Brunton also a-1 seaman. '28, had to pay , £1 or undergo. 72 hours' . imprisonment for having been drunk, and for hindering Constable Fudge whilst arresting Michael Nolan he was ordered to pay and cos...

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

Returning Soldiers a v. > :c. ■■ Mr. E.'J. Wills has received a tele gram from "his songjfotnee Corporal U. H. "Wills, iOtii B^MpFbn, stating- that lie has safety arri.^^at Perth after a good trip. 'Jr Returning on the same boat is Lieut. A. Mars, son of Gapt. Mars, Lloyds" surveyor, in Port Pirie. and a brother of Mr. Mars, cleric in the Local Court. " All gom.tr well they will arrive in Adtliudt eailj m the week. J Irs. Taylor, of Adelaide, late of . Port rine, lias been notified by the military authorities that her husband, •Private W. J. Taylor, 291)3. 5th Mach ine Gun Battery, is returning: to Aus tralia on the transport Delta, whieh is due at Melbourne on 'March 7. Mr and Mrs A. A. Momsdn, of Solo montovvn, have been notified by the military that their son, No. 3222 Pie. V. Morrison, is returning- to Australia l>y the Ceramic, \vhich is due iu Mel bourne on March 8. ~ !

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A 40-HOUR WEEK. NEW AGITATION SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

A 40-HOUR WEEK. rs'EW AGITATION SUGGESTED. It lias been, decided by the'execu tive of the Melbourne Trades Hall Council to take steps at once to ini tiate an agitation throuchout-Australia for., the establishment" of a iO-hour week for workers in all industries, and it is expected that the movement will take definite shape within the next week or two. As the influenza regu lations prohibit meetings of the eoun- , cil the executive decided to forward' to all delegates a circular, with ballot paper attached, asking them to regis- J ter votes to show whether they favor the executive's decision to. begin the agitation. The executive has also com municated with the Labor Councils in the other States, seeking co-opera tion. . In the circular it is alleged that the hicrease-.of productivity, 'during the war, the cessation of work since the irmisfico, and the demobilisation of -oHiers have increased the unemploy ment problem, which it is claimed will i>e intensified in the near future. T...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder. Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 21, 1919, LABOR'S NEW ERA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

the Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY. 21, 1919, LABOR'S NEW ERA. Occasionally the claim is made that .Labor-won the war. This is a general assertion capable of both proof and disproof. It-is true in part. Labor helped materially to win the war. Without its aid the enemy would have triumphed, put it is also true that the Labor that assisted to win the war did not include only the work of tluiordin ary manual laborer, such- as the col lier, the seaman, the navvy, and the artisan. The term Labor when applied to the war must include, to be fair, not only the troops themselves and the munition workers and those who kept Hie ships and locomotives running, but .also the nurses, the Red Cross 'work ers, the organisers, the administrators, anc} at the top of all in rank, and work- [ ers just as truly as the trench diggers ' and shell makers, the term Labor ap plies to the generals and the admirals who planned and supervised the war like operations. At the, same time, if the claim is intende...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ORDINATION SERVICE. BISHOP WHITE AT ST. MARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

ORDINATION SERVICE, BISHOP WHITE -AT ST. MARKS. Cm Qitiaquflgesimu Sun.lay, March 2, at St. Paul's Church, Hie Bishop of Willoclira wilL hold an ordination ser vice at 10 a.in. Mr Plerbert Davidson, who has been assisting- the Rector as a lay calechist for the last two years and eight mouths, will be admitted to the order of deacons by solemn laying on of ha'nda . The first deacons to be ordained in the church were those seven mention ed in the hook of the Acts, chapter 6. verses 1-0.' This- same practice has .obtained for nearly nineteen centuries. This will be (lift first occasion on which an ordination to the diaconate lias taken place in Port Pirie, which' i"s (now the centre of a new diocese. Members of the Anglican Church will doubtless; tie present in large numbers nfc St. .Pant's on Sunday morning. It is hoped that as many as possible will make, their communion (if they intend to do so) at. the S a.m. celebration..in order" not to prolong unduly the ser vice at teu o'clock. ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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ARRIVAL OF TRANSPORTS. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

ARRIVAL OF TRANSPORTS. ADELAIDE. Thursday. The transport Thongwa arrives to morrow > Friday). She will be . quaran tine (1;- , ~:s •.Troops' arriving on the Qsterley will disembark at li o'clock on Saturday, morning. ■ . Arrival of Hi-: transports City of Exeter an<J City of York has been postponed until Monday.

Publication Title: Recorder
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WELCOME HOME. PTE. J. T. MARSHALL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

WELC0B1I HOME. PTE. J. T. MARSHALL. Private J. T. Marshall. 32nd Bat talion, son of Mrs. W. Marshall, arriv ed at Port Pirie by yesterday afler no'on's train. A cordial rcecptfon was given at the Solomontown railway sta tion, in which I ho children ,of the Solomontown public school and their band participated. - . Cheers were given for Private Mar sha!!. mid he was driven to-'the In stitute in a motor ear. On arrival there he was welcomed home by Mr. E. E. Garrett, on behalf of the Mayor Mi*. Degenhardl also extended a wel come on behalf of the "Dads" Assoc iation.'Messrs Harry Jackson, C. "Ed wards,- T. Davey, W. Slater, E. J. Wills and others joined in the recep tion. Private Marshall has been away for three years, and was 'twice • wounded.

Publication Title: Recorder
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CPL. W. KING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

gpl. w. king; Corporal William King. 27lli Bat talion. of Port Germein, come to Port Pirie by yesterday's train. He was met at Ellen 'street- railway station, and heartily welcomed by Mr. C. A. iDegen Iiardt. president, and- several members of the Fathers of SSiilors and Soldiers' Association: together with Mr. W. G. Slater, assistnut secretary, Anzac Hos pitality Committee. Cpl. King was about four years absent From homeu and saw service at Gallipoli and in Franco. He - was twice* wounded. " He has a brother, Pte. T. L. King, of the 15th Reinforcements, 27 th Bcittalion. who is still in France. Gpl. King pro ceeded by coach last night to Port Gerinein.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

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Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

F, H. Wurrh HOUSE, LAftD, INSURANCE and CONHVIISSION AGENT, AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE. MARKET EVERY SATURDAY. MONEY TO LEND. ^ CHEAP ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE on TIME PAYMENT. " - FOR SALE. GONNISTON, Four Rooms, Bath and Kikhen, Iron, Latli and Piaster lin ed, good position, almost new : building, £$90. SENATE ROAD, PIRIE TOWN.—G roomed Dwelling, excellent. position. I'or quick sale, £550. OFFICE and WART: ELLEN STREET —The— ADELAIDE STEA M S1!IP :; Co. litdc will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under: - (Circumstances Permitting). For Port Pirie, W.A., Pfc. Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE, via Ports Augusta and Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. . COAL MERCHANTS. OFFICES:-Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

THE RECOR ■ V copy FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. The circulation of the Recorder has increased to such an extent that it has become necessary to go to press earlier. To ensure publication, COPY for •ADVERTISEMENTS should be DE LIVERED EARLY. - Change Copy for Standing and Con tract Advertisements must be deliver ed at the "Recorder" Office during the afternoon. • < ; ' : The first page to be made up is the leader pace. The last is tfje back page. RECORDER PROPY. LTD.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

THE CHURCH AWDtTHE STAGE. The proprietors bf Nazetlia, the Great Cold Cure in the little bottle, and Nazetha Pastilles, which contain all the: asntiseptie curative properties of Nazctha in a convenient form for carrying about, have numerous testi monials to the benefits obtained from the use of these • remedies, and fimongst them is one from Mr' Har rins-lon Reynolds. so well-known as Father Brian Kelly, of "The Rosary," who says that Nazeiha Pastilles fixed up: a threatened Joss -of voice splen didly; whilst' the Rev. J.: P. Seymour, minister of the Church of Christ, v.Tifes to soy that "the box of Nazetlia Pastilles you sent- me ocled like a charm." Indeed, I, may ;say no loz enge I had previously trie<l ever gave such satisfactory results." Nazetha j Pastilles are a most effective precau • tioriary measure against the microbes | of Influenza, Catarrh, Diphtheria, I Meningitis, etc. - Obtainable from ' Ooode Bros' at i/6 box. 2

Publication Title: Recorder
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FLINDERS' CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

^ FLINDERS' CVCLINQ CLUB. The response to the invitation to. members to meet on the Recreation Koscrve in order to improve the. cycling track was not at ail gratifying. Oniy a few have co-operated, but the troclc is now available for; training.purposes. Cyclists are 'preparing for the Peter borough sports, which take place next month. There will be a run to Crystal Brook on Sunday, leaving Lewis' shop at -9.30 a.m. :

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAR BONFIRE REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

TAR BONFIRE REMEDY. The epidemic,, like the war, has brought in its train; an army of well meaning persons who are full of line theories for exteniiinating tlie enemy. The most brittiant-of the thousands of war suggestions,-' it is said, was that which recommended the . freezing of the clouds in order : that .guns might lie mounted theron for the destruction of German flying machines and other aerial pests. The theories that have reached the Aire, for the extermina tion of the "flu'' host are quite too numerous, for publication : they vary from tar-burning in the public streets to a castor oil and starvation diet for a week or two. - A No.rthcote .correspondent urges that the authorities : should secure as many barrels of tar as possible, and set fire to them in Vpopulous parts of the metropolis to "help clear the at mosphere.'' The atmosphere undoubt- - edly wants clearing, of panic amongst other things,, but medical authority consulted is not prepared to go further than to admit t...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Party Politics STATE COALITION MOVEMENT. HANGING IN THE BALANCE. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 21 February 1919

Party Politics STATE COALITION MOVEMENT. HANGING IN THE BALANCE. ADELAIDE, Thursday . There. is a movement among mem bers of the House of Asseifilily to form a coalition of ilie Liberal and National parties. It had been arranged, to meet on Friday . last to discuss Use. matter, but the meeting was postponed owing to the -absence from Adelaide of two National Minis ters-—Messrs. E. A. Anstey and W. H. Harvey. The-adjourned meeting was held to day, and although it extended over two hours, the members of the Goali j tion:'party apparently came to no de cision regarding a future coalition. It was reported -by the chairman; after wards- that definite action lias been deferred. If is known, however, that strong comments were made on both sides regarding breaches of faith. Some members were in* favor of ending the coalition there antl then/ : : ■

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

CHURCH-GOERS' DUTIES. Addressing a congregation in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, Arch bishop Mannix said lie was glad to see Hint tlie attendance at the various masses was so good and that the peo ple .were faithfully : complying with' It io instructions of tlie health auth orities. Fortunately the epidemic had so" far been comparatively mild. ThIre was no occasion for panic, but there was grea t need for caution. The health authorities could not possibly cope, with the epidemic unless lite people generally- co-operated with them in their anxious task. This was not a time for closed or deserted churches. It was rather a time when, with due precautions,, of course, the faithful should come to church and unite in earnest, public prayer that God in His mercy, might arrest the progress oI_ the disease. It was a time also when people should help one another. It was in Hie .-'"spirit of true Christian charity that : the nuns had come for ward with the offer of their assist ance to t...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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