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"DADS" ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

"DADS" ASSOCIATION. The secretary of the "Dads"' Assoc iation states that it is important that ) badges not yet purchased should be J disposed of without- delayThe e:-:e- - outive is'anxious to complete "a state ment of accounts. with; the view of rleaving the way for the installation : of the supplementary honor roll. The co-operation of all members and in-; tending members is essential. The office of the secretary. 8 Alhambra Buildings, •wiil b-3 open for th-^ transaction of business every Saturday afterndch, be tween the hours of 2 o'clock and 5. r : . until further noticc. Such of the cable news on this page as is so headed appeared In The Times, - and is cabled to "The Recorder" by special p.ermlssion)i .It should be under stood" thai "the opinions given are npt - those of The "Times unless expressly Stated to be so,

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
JAMESTOWN ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

JAMESTOWN ACCEPTANCES. Id, the acceptances. for 'tin; -v.Trtril Stokes published ycstenlay the name of S t. Cyprian • was. jnisfolxun* tea I ly '.print-, - ed instead of Scut:m;<, _ .

Publication Title: Recorder
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BRITISH OCCUPATION ARMY. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

BRITISH OCCUPATION ARMY, tlleuter's Service.) LOInDON, Thursday. J .Mr Churchill, speaking in London, said: '"We are recruiting a new army for two a'nd three years' service at the rale of over a thousand men a day. It is essential, in order to disarm Ger many and secure the reparation which we are determined to get, lo maintain a strong-, well-disciplined army on the Klir'nc. There is no intention of send ing a Uu'Fe British force to Russia, if tUis.sia is to he saved it must be by. iier own exertion;" " " - LONDON, Thursday. , In the House of Commons Mr Lam bert asked the names of the plenipo tentiaries who were actually empovv <;red to agree on behalf of the United Kingdom to peace terms. _ Mr L'onar Law replied: The Prem ier, myself, Mr Balfour; Mr Barnes and one representative of the Dominions.

Publication Title: Recorder
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CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. Port Pirie v. Smelter B. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

CRICKET. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. Port Pii'ic v, Smelter 8. The teams will be as. follows:\Por Pirie—R. Fuller, W. Dyer, A: G. Davie A. Davies, L. Lawrence, R. Pimlott, R Cooper, '-r- Johnson, A. McDonald, A Welsby and C. Smith. Smelter B—31 Campbell, J. ■Connelly, J. Goates, J Birreli? L. Tardrew, R. Holdsworth, II. Highman, C. Impett, W. Isunan, A. C. - Grey ana L. Norton. 'Emergencies: J. Liddle, L. Giles and L. Cole. Y.R/l.C.'fl. v. Smelter A. The teams are: Y.M.C.A.—L. Mit chell, E. Garrett, C. A. Prater, J. Eas son, B. Smerdon. 5. Parker, II. Severn, G. Kemp,; II. Effick, E. JI. Waddy. Jl. Eonaell.^ Emergency: P. Petty. Smel ter A.—T. R. Rolhwell, r\". Holdsworlit, C. Brown, K. Gardner, J. Wilson, — Langham, T. Richards, L. Lovelock, ,T, King, G. Keats, N. Davies. Emei'sen cies: D. IS'unan and. E. Coiitis.

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Clemenceau's Lung Pierced HIS TEMPERATURE RISING. (Reuter's Service) PARIS, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

HIS TEMPERATURE. RISING. (Reuter's Service/) " FiAiRIS. Thursdav. i ; The condition of-M. Clemenceau, the French Premier, on whose life an at tempt was made yesterday afternoon, was " stationary, r but the temperature had slightly- risen. M. Clemenceau; is ' resting, and visitors have been ex- , eluded: The bullet penetrated M.! Clemenceau's lung, causing a slight hemorrhage. " LONDON, Thursday. ' Reuter's correspondent at Paris says that M. Clemenceau passed a quiet night. It is authoritatively de clared that the bullet lodged on top of the right lung, which was touched. " His assailant, Cottin," will be tried at 'he assizes under a law of 1893, which •nakes.him liable to the death penalty.

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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

WEATHER FORECAST. The following forecast Was issued yesterday:—• "Fine with rising - temperatures ami east to north winds."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

Is Youp Child Constipated? If your child'is dull and stupid see "whether he is constipated. Nine limes , out of ten. that is the trouble. Con-1 stipation;arisesfrom indigestion anil sluggish liver, and a sluggish liver makes a sluggish" mind. Chamber-. Iain's Tablets act directly oil 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 for chil dren! and are pleasant to take. Sold everywhere. . DRSVRHT8 ST,SRf CO J OS. Nazetha is the most effective ana pleasing cure for head colds, ca tarrh, bronchitisand all throat an'1 chest troubles. Nazetha is an o*n • nasal antiseptic, therefore a most ef fective precautionary measure against the microhea of Influenza. Diphtheria ^!%afe!prewaten§ justjnow So gel's bbttlrofBonn-^V* f ^^ngton'^IriiJa^Mossr it curesW rquicklv.permanently. Beware Vs >^8 of jinitatigStTLBonciDgton'a has p jffdj cured forjpfer SO years—there's g sB ^billing"to equal ...

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FIGHT IN THE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

FIGHT IN THE TRAIN. In a corridor carriage o £ the train which arrived at- Gladstone at 2:30 p.m. one day this week a fight took place between a returned soldier and a Swede. Other soldiers protected the ladies in the carriage, at the same time making room for the combatants The mill was short and merry," and the Swede had to cry enough. On arrival at Gladstone the Swede shewed his apreciation of the thrashing he got by "shouting" drinks ail round for the lads. ; - :

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COMMISSIONS AT WORK. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

COMMISSIONS AT WORK. (Reuter's Service;) LONDON, Thursday. A communique from Paris to-day slates that, the International Labor Le gislation Commission continued the dis cussion of the.British scheme. Tt con sidered the ineihod of ratiticalion and. enforcement by the different stales of convention adopted by the International Labor Conference. - The sui>-coniniissi'in mi ports, wat erways .<uid railways to-day inter changed views of the amendments of the British draft of the convention on the freedom of transit, which was proposed by the delegates of the United Slates. France. Italy, Greece. Portugal, and the discussion on the first half of the draft was completed. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. Mr. Lloyd George has decided to i; remain in England for the present. He will not return to France before the 2Sih February.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

- ' & Insect Bites. ' 1 If an insect, stings you on the iianc: | apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm- II j will prevent any. swelling or painful- i ness. Sold everywhere. f A CARD. large RANGE of SUITINGS. FASHIONABLE TAILOR, ELLEN street, PORT PIRIE. . G. LEWIS & Sons. PLUMBERS,@ALV.aNJSED-!RGft WORKERS, AND C^NERAL IRONMONGERS. Estimates Given for all Classes of Work. Good Workmanship. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ■Sieci.no::Lighting in all its Branches. . ellen street, port pirie. Phone 70. Established 1877 have a. Sandwich i CAZWA HART SHOP, •alexander street. grills /at all hours/ i/3. cold lunches, 1/. late suppers A speciality. Fresh Small Goods Daily. 'OR Sale, some First Class Sulkies. Pali particulars on application W. xau/iiguan," CoaehouiKler, Port Gertaeic, or P. Wnrns, agest, Per} ©ir'a Received no damage from the heavy rains, but you may still get some big bargains during the remainder of our—— Big Bargian Sale Ores Squares and Crex Mats are f still being offere...

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GERMANY PLANS OTHERWISE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

GERMANY PLANS OTHERWiSE. {Eeutcp's Service.) - LONDON, Thursday. Renter's correspondent at Co pen. hagen, says a message from Berlin states that the Deutsche Allgcmein "Zcitung"' says the Ministry of Defence has eoinpleted a bill for the formation of a standing- army of from hundred antl fifty to-hundred and seventy-live thousand men, exclusive of offleers 1 and non-coms. It is intended to form a brigade in every province." There will be no conscription at present.

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Sporting RACING FIXTURES. February. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

Sporting RACING FIXTURES. --February-— . r-22.—PCM Augusta L.V. Racing GIub: ' 26—Jamestown Racing' Club. • 26.—"MlUicemt Racing Glub. * 27.—Port Lincoln Racing Club. • - : —March..— l^-r-SpoWtown Racing Club. 5..—Balafclava Racing • Club. ■5.—Mount Gambier Racing- Club. S.=—Spalding Racing Club. 12.—Port Brougliton Racing CI""V 12.—Murat Bay Jockey Club. 42, 13.-—Xaracoorto Racing- Clt.b. r 15.—Port Adelaide Racing Club

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BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

BIIOKEN HILL PROPRIETARY. 'In pursuance-of Uie schcrae of capi talisation of undistributed profits arid consolidation of shares authorised . by. special resolution, the register of-mem-; hers, of; the Broken Hill Propty. Co! Ltd.. in Melbourne and London, will, be closed from March 5, at 3 p.m. j till March 18, 1919 inclusive, in' order to complete the. issue of bonus shares ' ana the consolidation of shares. ^ !

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PORT AUGUSTA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

U —- " FORT AUGUSTA RACES. The following' are tlie acceptances for the Port Augusta races, to be run to-day: :y: HANDICAP JIURDLE RACE. Two miles. . 'J Childwiefc .. ........ 10 0 ' Tot Melba . ..... .... 9 12 Ouickshot ... . .... 9 !) Bribbie .. .9:5 Poflr Beggar ........ 9 4 Pimba .. ,• .. «. . .. . .• 9 2 Defaulter .. .. ... 9 o LICENSED VICTUALLERS- 1IAN MCAP. One mile. Merty Made ... >. .. .. .9 0 Rayahs .» . . . ... .. 8 12 Cheer Up .. •.. .. . .. .. 8 10 JSmeslowa .... 8 6. . St. Cyprian ...... .... S 5 Ghildwick . . . . . . .... S 5 Flagfall .. .. .. .. S 4 Winapie . ..... .. .. 8 0 Snowtown .*.- .. 7 10 Hop factor ...... .. 7 7 3TIRLIXG HANDICAP. - Six furlongs. Queenbrodk ........ 9 3 Masiaris .. .. .. .. .. 8 12 •Me'rty Made ... . . .. . . S 6 Jatnesto'w'n .. .. .. .. 7 12 St. Cyprian .'. .. .. 7 11 Flagfall .. .. . . . - - 7 30 Tofc Meiija. .... 7 3 . Pistolusi'an ...... .. 7 0 The Crystal King ..' .. 7 0 HOTELKEEPERS* • BRACELET HANDICAP. .. 8'"-en furlongs. Maiaris ...

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IN THE PUBLIC EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

IN THE PUBLIC EYE. Sir Edward Stirling- has been ser- i jously indisposed for some time T>a?t. j Our. Adelaide correspondent telegraph ed last night that there is no change in his condition.

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EASIER IN VICRIA. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

F^SiER IN VICTORIA. i MELBOURNE, 'Friday.- j The situation in Melbourne has fc-reaUy improved, ami ail hospitals iiave much vacant accommodation. Up lo 1 p.m. Uj-day oaiy liftcen appiiea ti^iis had been, made for the admission <_•£' fresh cases, and no further deaths hu.d been, ropurled at that hour. At Meibuurne li.ospital two fresh . eases wore admitted during the morning-.

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QUIET IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

QUIET -I.N SYDNEY. SYDNEY, Friday. Three new cases of influenza were reported in Sydney to-day. The to (at c;lscs throughout -\ew ioulh Wales have reached 21 o.

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TERMS OF PEACE German Army Limited RETAINS A DIM[?]UTIVE FLEET. BATTLESHIP 8 FOR THE DOMINIONS (Unites [?] Service). LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

TERMS § PEACE - •.. ■ ■ German 4i&y limited * c"| A JOlMfftimVE FLEET. Friday. M^si»n^>^JlU^ppropriate: arma the army 'Ger many . will. be iillowed to maintain. Marshal Foch's report, .indicated that General Hinderiburg al present is able to get sixty divisionsi!n the field, with ample "guns. Indeed Germany seems to possess to-day nearly: 25,00(1 machine guns. The Peace preliminaries will also include a.demand fhaOhe German sol diers are not ailoWedHo enter a fixed area along the western frontiers. Thus I France will have a sort of "No, Man's ! Land" always between tlic German [ hordes and herself. This proviso will ! be peculiarly important. ! The triune kingdom, of Serbia pre sented two memorandums to-day out-, j lining th.e conditions: whereunder. the | kingdom was formed; also the reasons for Jugo-Slavism claiming the Serbo Bu'g.-irian frontier from ten to sixty kilometres into.Bulgaria"; thus enabling Serbia, to protect the Vardar, Morava. Timok valleys, and Hie rail...

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INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC Cases at Renmark and Loxion ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC ADELAIDE, Friday.; To-day's bulletirrjfrom the isolation hospital states that .stiil seven patients in. the institutioj^ ^ The chairman; of .the Gentrs||i&cS^ of/Health stated to-day that influenza had he»n reported from fien-^ mark. The patient had been isolated in the local hospital, the premise IcT which wore now in quarantine. Another case of ordinary influenza had occurred at Loxton. The patient, vyho was-in Loxton ..Hospital, was now convalescent. In connection with the use of the Exhibition Oval for the accommodation of South Australians brought-from the euslevn States, Dr Smith saUl arrange ments were progressing- satisfactorily for the /reception of nearly 500 per-! sons:. It- is not Known yet when the special train leaves Melbourne for Adelaide with South 'Australian strand ctl passengers. Originally it was sta ted \thut there were 230 passengers, but daily."increases 'have brought tlie !otal to 400.

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Gladstone UNPAID WAGES RECOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

UNPAID WAGES RECOVERED. At the Local Court.,; Gladstone^ before Mr. P. 0. Scott,, S.M., assisted by -Messrs Oclgers and R. J. Beckwith, •Is.P.. a case of considerable interest to the farming community was heard. It was a claim for arrears in wages preferred by E. 1?. Bovvers against D. ?Smaliricombe, farrger, of Crystal Brook. Bowers' was engaged by Snialla combe in the: drought year of 1914 at a weekly wage of 10/. In. the year following this was increased by mut ual consent, by a fixed amount for the slack time of the year and a special amount for Hie harvest period. The wages wrere not paid regularly, a pound now and again was given in cash, .and varying amounts at different times in cheques. On Bowers leaving Smalla combe's employ in February; 1917, he asked for the arrears of wages lie con sidered were due. He was asked to await certain eventualities, such as payment for wool. ' , . By consent, Bowers was awarded the sum of £90 and costs, amounting in all to £106/0/6.

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