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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

Take It With You. _ Never go on a journey without n bottle of Chamberlain's Colic aha Diarrhoea Remedy in your trunk. Train and boat travelling, -\vith the^ conse quent change of diet, upsels many people, and it isjiofc always easy to. ob tain a remedy when travelling. GlTam b erlain'.s Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be relied upon to ffive in stant relief in all bowel complaints, gold everywhere, v ■ .' ■ i_ _ - >.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DADS' HONOR ROLL. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

DADS' HONOR ROLL, (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") Sir— . . Would you grant me space to en dorse the letter signed "Justice"' in to-day's ".Recorder." Mr Scanla'a's comments do not appear to. me-to touch the main subject. Will he make it clear'.-what' earns the rigjit to have one's name on a public honor roll? Having fought for one^s country or having a father who is a member of the.Dads'Association? It would, r tffinjc, have been in bet ter taste if the Fathers' Association bad waited for the erection of a general honor roll- and then donated their sections to make an harmonious •whole,. The meri fought and died side bv side. Why make distinctions now? —Yours, etc.. - ' RETURN!® SOLDIER. ' Feb. 21, 1919.

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

RuShless Reduellonsiin alI Slocks — Our WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS to c-Ifect. a speedy Clearance prior, to Taking Stock. SEE OUll BARGAINS in Stylish BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUY TO DAY; vyrtiilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE; : W©te th©@© Woncfmusi: Bargains ; ' ; ^' /v;;v; LEATHER BAGS, Superbly Finished, .from .. .. ....... 2/6 E>. PURSES. Quiie Dainty, from . .. ...... .. 4/6 . * ... - - - CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from v. .; .. . . .. ... .. 12/6 Stroll thorugh and see the profusion of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities U w ® Importer, 1 1 1A1 Diamond Merchant, | ^ 1 ^ B V I m. ^ Mannfactoriiig Jeweller aid Optica^'

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Red Cross Society PORT PIRIE CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

: Red Cross Society PORT PJKIE CIRCLE. Miss McEwen, lion. bee. of the Red Gross Society, J»ort Pixie circle, writes:— - "Though hostilities have ceased we are ever being reminded that our work nuir-t go on. In the" past the greater pari of the money raised lias been for overseas work, but now that peac-e ho5? co-iie. and many sick and wounded ore Mi-riving for the home "hospitals, the requirements in these and the re creation rooms are much more numer ous. Instructions from Central are : that 1919 will probably be the busiest year the ...South- Australian Division of the Red Cross has experienced; It has been decided to bui'd two workshops .at No 1.5 A.G.H. at Torrens Fart; -Miteham. at the urge at request of the r Commandant and the P..M.O. Unquali-: fied success lias attended those, erect ; ed at- Keswick. They, are always full. ; of eager workers, who learn a new trade oiv craft, and who turn out use-' ful articles for Defence department purposes, or id be sold for their own bene...

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

A3ELA8DE SHARE MARKET. Messrs Blight Bros, supply tbe/fol inwiris: noonday vquolalions from the Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday: Broken Hill, b 58/9, .3 "69-/3. British, old, b 36/6, s 37/. Britisli, new, b 32/, s 32/9. Junction Gon.. b 3/6, s 3/10. Junction (paid), b 5/3, s 5/10. Junction North, b 12/3, s 12/8. Norths, b 54/, s 54/4J. South, new, sales 51/. Wallaroo, b 39/6, s 40/. . . 'Edna Slay, b 9/4,—s 10/3. Edna May-Battlers (paid). 1> 9d., s tOd. Edna May Centrals,.b 1'4/3. s 14/11 Edna May Consol (paid), sales 10/6 Edna May ftecps; b 13/2, s 13/4. Great Boulder, b 10/2,-s'10/6. ! Mararoa, b 4/, s 4/3. - Riverinas, b 3d., s 7d.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE BOLSHEVIKS AND WOMEN. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

v THE BOLSHEVIKS AND WOMEN. To the Editor. '."'.Sir,-—1The following is a translation of an 'official advertisement in the Rus sian Soviet organ, "Izvestija." -Perhaps ■ the '-alleged''• democrat" ■ who misrepre sents Australia in (he Australian Fed eral Parliament, and who fatuously as pires to ■'official recognition as Consul General in Australia for the Russian Bolshevik Government, will kindly con descend to explain to the people of Australia in gQneral and to his own constituents in particular, especially to the women who voted for him, his own views regarding--the status of wo men in a civilised community:-— —Official Proclamation,— —Bolshevik Government of YUulimar— Every girl who lias attained her eighteenth year is guaranteed by the Local .Commissary - of Surveillance ihe full inviolability of her person. Any offender against an eighteen year old girl by using insulting language or attempting to ravish her is subject to the full" rigors of the Revolutionary Tribunal. Anyone...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hatters of Bolshevism TREATMENT OF WOMEN. (From the "Barrier Miner.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

Hatters of Bolshevism TREATMENT OF WORSEN. I From the "Barrier Miner.") A London cable .dated February 16. states:— . An astounding. Bolshevist marriage proclamation lias been posted in East Russia, and has been carried out in Ekaterinburg. The - document com mences : "In compliance with -the de cision of the Kronstadt Soyiet the pri vate,possession of women is abolished. Social inequalities and. legitimate mar riages in the past have served as in struments whereby ail the most beauti ful women become the property of the. bourgeoisie, and the proper continua tion of the human r.ace is prevented. Acc'ordi&gly after the 1st of March the right to possess women between the ages of 17 and 32 Js .abolished. Tiiey are proclaimed the property of the whole {nation;; This decree doe» nut affect women having Jive children. For mer/owners- may retain the right of using their wives w ithout waiting'their, turns.; If the husbands resist thq de cree-they will forfeit this rights The distri...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Shortage of Houses (To the Editor of "The Recor".) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

Shortage «f Houses (To tlie Editor of "The Recorder.".) The letter of "Snowy" Synnett's re garding voluntary house building..'-.- is .. not a bad suggestion. But the thing is can it 1><? earned out ? It loots well on paper. But what is troubling me is, ; could it be done with the yolonUivy system-.' I hove ]earned from ex!<vv-~ ience and hoard others say that v. he?) they called for voluntary laln.tr for the Playground il war, a pity they did not volunteer to build houses for the children to live in. Instead of Play- ^ grounds lo play in. I ha', e heard them say that they would give their labor voluntarily to build the children a roof over their heads, and not until this was done would they assist in any oilier . scheme where . voluntary labtjr was lo be given. And I for one do not blame these men. Children cannot sleep i-nd have their oals in a playground or rncmork-1 part. The? . must have slielle-v, a.<id should this scheme of vohmSiry labor wo...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Returning Soldiers HOME TO PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

HOME"* TO PORT PIRIB. Pto W. IL: Dvcrlaufl, of the. 43rd Battalion, returned yesterday by the *j o'clock train. lie was mo I at the Solomontovvti station by some of the Anzac- Welcome Committee, and yeas driven iii Mr. T. p,. La wry's car to (lie Town Hall ami there was welcomed on behalf of the citizens of Port Pine by i Mr. Garrett, town clerk, who repre sented the Mayor. A large gathering: ! of the "Dads" also participated. The president, Mr. G. A. "Degenhardt. ex tender? a welcome on" behalf of the association. i Pity Overland has served at the front for one year and eight ^months'. and when fighting on the Somnie ou March 29, 1918 lie was wounded in. the mouth. Mrs. "J. Holze. of EilcnUale, Port i Pirie. has received noliiication that hev ! brother, SrrSt. J. II. Kerrison, aOtli i Battalion, is on his way home from [England. , . < SergL Kerrison, who enlisted in iOii,when -war; was declared,and has been twice wounded, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Kerrison, of Birken 1...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

A BIG STAR SENSATION. CASINO TOrNight- To Night A BIG DETECTIVE ROMANCE, ALIAS MARY BROWN 4. THRILLING STORY WITH A PUNCH, AX EXCITING-PLOT. SUSPENSE, INGENUITY; BRILLIANT ACTING, AND ONE OF THE BEST SCREEN STARS. 5500 FT. OF SENSATION, 5500 FT. PAULINE ST.ARKE IN HER GREATEST ROLE. SEE "ALIAS SIABY BR0WN," . TRIAINGLE'S LATEST AND GREATEST TRIUMPH. ~ ; . ' . Th© House of Hate EPISODE No. 9, A GREAT THRILL, ^POSITIVELY ONE OF THE BEST EPI - SOUKS TO DATE. -w -. A MONSTER SUPPORTING ''PROGRAM. COME and ENJOY YOURSELF. TO-NIGHT. TO-PJIGHT. CASINO -TO-NIGHT. Licensed tand Brokers, Financiers, and Property Agents. H&ve HOMES FOB SALS is Good Losfillties on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FOaTKIGHTLY PAYMENTS. - 700 B'Sf AHoJmeufs seErFmeflers, ana seme Several townships to Select From. From JSjf Deposit W© Can Supply the Land : ; B.uiS.d . Ybu th© House And Lend Yeu the iflonej iUl Besaaieaia under Real Prop«rSy Act prepared fcy our Ezpert £sb ^ ^ veyaiicerg. CONSULTATION 7KD A1W1C2 F&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

THE BROKEN HILL PROPTY. COM PANY LIMITED. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of the Scheme of Capitalisation of Undistributed Profits and Consoli dation of Shares authorised by the special resolution confirmed afc the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company held on the 25th Juiie, 1918, Um REGISTER of MEMBERS of the Company in Melbourne and London, will be CLOSED from; WEDNESDAY, the oth day of March, nineteen hun dred and nineteen, at three //clock in the afternoon, until TUESDAY, the lSth day of March, 1919, inclusive^ for the purpose of Completing the Is sue of Bonus Shares and. Consolida tion of Shares. • By order of the Board. F. .M. DICKENSON, Secretary. 320 Collins street. /Melbourne. 21st February, 1919. sttls MATINEE TC-CAY. ALSO IN OPEN AIR TO-NIGHT. Their Final Performance.; ■ &so MARGUERITE CLARKr "Bob's Matinee Idol,5? . ; ' ■ and . . ■ WALLACE REiD, ■ > ; in . j." i!Nan of Music Mountain,** ^

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Recorder Published Daily. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. HOUSING PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

Wat- Slecorbci Published Dally. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1919. HOUSING PROBLEM. Attention having been directed to | the shocking- lack of housing accom modation, in Pirie, public opinion, has crystalised as to the (necessity for ac ujjn. The publicity that has been given to the subject will be a waste of effort unless it is followed by a definite .practical movement. It is' .lifJicuit to determine ways and means. : Various suggestions aiming at the provision of more accommodation have been made. These suggestions have one point' in common. Unfortunately it is a negative point. There is gene ral agreemenI that, for some reason or other, perhaps lack of power, * or financial stringency, or perhaps mere inertia, it is, hopeless to expect the Town Council to take any practical steps to. alleviate the trouble. It has . become-apparent to the people of this ! town that if the problem is to be' faced and effectively dealt- with, they 1 vil! have to f ike action, themselves, j Co-operation se...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMBINE OF 9,000,000 TONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

COMBINE OF 9,000,000 TONS. With. Lord Inchcape joining the management of the Orient Steam Navi gation Company, as lately announced by cablegram from London, it is sta ted_in Melbourne that practically the whole of the! New Zealand and Aus tralian shipping- trades, with the ex ception of the Commonwealth Govern ment line of steamers, will now he controlled by the Inchcape and Eller man combinations. That lively competition between, the large combine ami the Australian Gov ernment line will ensue as soon as the Governmcjnt. release -shipping is now certain. • In addition to the- British-India Steam 2vavigatiifci~ Company atlll the P. and 0. lines, Lord Inchcape has now a direct controlling- interest in the Union Steamship Company ef New \ Zealand, and a certain section of the (Federal Houlder Shire lines, while his , indirect associations also cover a l^ge {amount of tonnage-. One leading shipowner- in Melbourne 1 computes "the gross tonnage now su pervised. directly and indirectly, b...

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

THE WAR TIGER. A fine type of a now scries of four teen cargo boats • is (lie War Tiger, built .at Kuwaski clock, Kobe, Japan, to the order of the British Admiralty; ■As she rests at the Federal wharf, Port Piric. she presents a ..remarkable ap pearance. She carries what appears to the landsmen something resembling a. porpoise. It is a contrivance for pro lectins the vessel in a minefield, and it proved effective during the war. The War Tiger is 2478 tons net, and 5173 tons gross. She was built of American steel, and was equipped in Japan. The bridge is. supplied with a patient clock-like deviec 'to warn the crew of the approach of submarines. The vessel's average speed is ii.5 knots an hour, biit 15J knots can be attained. She is supplied with two guns. •-••••

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

A;MENACE:TO HEALTH. Ratepayers of Lester, Pirie South, complain of an insanitary'spot in the locality. About; half a mile south of One Mile Crossing, half " a chain east of the road, there is a large cavity, 10 to 12 feet deep. It was a clayhole in an abandoned brickyard. The hole is now used as: a rubbish depot, and is being .filled;,up slowly with sand as well. At tlie bottom of the pit there is a pool of; stagnant, evil-smellintr water, which poisons the atmosphere: in the locality;

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Boilermakers' Strike BOTH SIDES DETERMINED. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

Boilermakers' Strike BOTH SIDES DETERMINED. • ADELAIDE, Friday. Tile industrial dispute in respect of rates of pay for boilermakers and boil ermakers" assistants was again bctorc the industrial Court to-day, wnen : further consideration was given to the motion that the case should not be re opened until the men returned to \york. Both sides" are adamant; and the Court adjourned till next day with no satisfactory conclusion.

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

SOMEN'S DISUPTE. It was ..staled- on Tuesday by Rear Admiral Sir W. Clarkson, Controller of Shipping, thaf another vessc'l, . the si turner Dilkera, had been detained in - Sydney -through flie demands made by the seamen for the "influenza" bonus. - - Twelve stennu'rs arc. at present do- - layed through seahien\^ disputes. in addition to the. Dilkera, the Victoria aiul Rupara. at Sydney, the steamers Arawatla. Aramae, Cooma and Burwah at Brisbane, : and the colliers Kilbaha, Saros, and Ghronos^ [at XewcflsUo, oil all of which | the men refuse to sign-articles unless | granted a guarantee of £500 insurance I in ease of death from influenza. The ! steamer Moira is still held up at Sydney over a miuumi!?- dispute. Tlie Loon gana, at present awaiting, a crew, is the only vessel affeetjed at present in j Melbourne. , j The Shipping Controller lias an | nouneed. that the owners'have agreed to pay full wages to any member of a ship's crew contracting the disease ! while he is indisposed, an...

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

IN MEMORIAM. TELFORD. —In loving memory of Vera, who died February 22, 1918, at Port Pirie. Sleep on, dear Vera, we would not awake thee, For sorrow and trouble to darken thy brow; Sweet is thy rest, with the birds   singing o'er thee, No grief, pain, or sorrow can come to thee now. —Inserted by her ever remembered friends, Mr and Mrs Johnson and family. TELFORD. —In loving memory of Vera, our dearly beloved daughter and sister, who died 22nd February, at Port Pirie.     Just as her light was lightest. White flowers were laid on her breast: Just as her hopes -were brightest, She was laid for ever at rest. —Inserted by her loving parents,   brothers and sisters.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 22 February 1919

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. IN MEMORIAM. TELFORD. —In sad remembrance of my dear friend Vera, who passed away February 22, 1918. Ever remembered. —Inserted by her friend Flossie.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE COURT. Drunkenness. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

POLICE COURT. Drunkenness. t At the - Court on : Saturday - Patrick I-en ton and George Monham wore each. . fined £1. or 72 .hours' imprisonment, and James Feeney was lined £2 or 1 seven clays' imprisonment for having been drunk on t!ie previous day. Landed,-Without Passport. Michael Provatiz,- a Greek, aged 40, .was charged on the informatioa'of In spector J. A. Holland," with having de serted his ship and landed in Port Pirie without' a passport. Mr.. E.■■A." Warnes, Aliens Registra tion officer, submitted evidence in support of [lie prosecution, and stated that it was the" intention of the ac cused to find work at the Smelters. The accused, who pleaded guilty, 'was lined £5 and 15/ cost.-.

Publication Title: Recorder
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