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The Recorder Published dally. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1919. DEMOCRACY AND REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

the yiecorbei Published dally. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1919. DEfVlOGF^GY AND REVOLUTION. Advocates of ilie crcecl with which II10 One Big Union is labelled would do well to remember that the deed which has laid the French Premier iuw is a "natural outeomc of similar creeds. The. many men who welcom ed the advent of boU-hevism have learned to their sorrow that what. they thought- to be the beginning of an en lightened age in a previously benight ed empire was but 4hc incipient stage ■of a conflagration of hatred, barbarity and lust. Sonic of the earlier mem bers of the l.W.W. were lionest and zealous reformers;"yet they saw the organisation slip into a foul career of murder and devastation. History tells of many similar movements in past centuries, movements apparently based on a des]rc for'genuine reform, ! yet degenerating into orgies of blood. Between the theories and. the prac tices of some movements for social reform there is the widest . possible divergence. The slogan of,the Fren...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

TWO SRE/VF STARS. CASINO Tonightv ; * To^Wlgfct. "i'". Gi OPfA 'vsassow in the Big TriangSe Drama, A DARING 5-ACT PROBLEM PLAY. A BEAUTIFUL STAR ROMANCE,, 5000 FEET OF THE BEST. 5000 FEET. FROM THE FAMOUS PLAYERS' STU DIOS. Oh! Susie, Behave A WORLD. FILM 2000 FT. COMEDY. • CflSiNO -TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers^ and Property Agents, &a7a HOMES FOB SALE in Good Losiillies on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY POUTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. IBM Raildisi Allelmeiits near Smc'lers, and seme hady to Company's Buildings. Several townships to Select From. From J2f Deposit - We Can. Supply the Land' • Build ¥©u the House And Lend ¥©u the Wlesii©^ All Deasmeats under Real Projarty Act prepared our Expert Cen veysnaere. ^ CONSULTATION /KB Ai)VICE FREE. I '.5WtWW ©fffiOBsHLBSABBIB STJffiST. ' V ■ Xmas Fresersts ijmt« JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Are Still UNSURPASSED for QUAL ITY and VALUE at ...the LOWEST PRICES. WHY? — Because we import direct from English and American Man...

Publication Title: Recorder
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WAR MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

WAR. MUSIC. The s.s.AVar Music. Captain Beadle, .arrived from Hon>e ports./via Sues, on i •Saturday morning. It is understood that -.she will load cone'ritrates for slif-"j fening- and then proceed to Newcastle I (N.3-W.} for a cargo of coal for New: Zealand. Wool will probably be taken. ( at New Zealand^ and the home rim1 made via the Panama Canal. The ago'nts are Messrs Elder, Smith, and •Cu. ■.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

' —The— - ' ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP Co.Xtd{ will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under: (Circumstances Permitting). For Port Piric, W.A., Pfc. Lincoln. • S.S. QUORNA, Livery 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 C0.3 LTD.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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'FLU REMEDIES. HOW BORAGIG ACID ACTS. FRESH AIR ESSENTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

'FLU REMEDIES. IIOW BOilAGIG ACID ACTS. ; FRESH AIR, ESSENTIAL. ' I When the influenza epidemic was threatening in New ' Zealand, the [ 'Press" (Christehurch) published the ''recommendation of Dr. Creed, M.L.C.,. Sydney, to use boracie acid as snuff, A correspondent later wrote * the -Press": : " I recommended the treatment to he men of our factory. Some adop ted it, others did not. - i Of the. former, not one has been yet affected. Of the others three are already "dcwfo." I also apply: the course to my family, with like beneficial results; ' : The method, he explained, was as follows: Use boracic acid as a snuff.; .Vs imich as will go' on a 3d-piece (not piled up, "as it is very searchihS'} for, ;a'ch nostril (half and quarter quan-i titic-3 for" children). three.times a day,' ;ncl every two hours allow an aide- J jnMt or formalin lozenge to dissolve in the mouth. ' '.-f I Sulphur as a Disinfectant. : | Ariother ." corresfioncienfc: to the •'Press" plumped, for-sulphur fami-: gatio...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Industrial Life Stagnant RAILWAY SERVICE ORIPPED. EMPIRE OF UNEMPLOYED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

RAIL WAY SERVICE' 0B3PPLED. ".EMPIRE.. OF UNEMPLOYED. (Router's; Service.) " I LONDON, Saturday. The Supreme Council of Supply ancl Relief has published a report com piled from observation l>y a number of British officers who have been inves tigating conditions in Germany. The. report states that the labor un rest is diminishing owing to the firm attitude of Herr Noske, Minister for Defenec, whose position has heen strengthened greatly against the Spar tacist-s reeefitly. Unemployment in Berlin is increas ing at the rate of five thousand ;t day. There is now a total unemploy ed -there -amounting, to 200,000. This is due to the demobilisation of .Uie army and munition workers,, and (he inability of peace industries to re start. owing, to the scarcity of raw materials. - Uriemployment is the most dangeiv ous element in the present- situation. The disappearance of unemployment ami .-J.ii.mger would dispose of any oliance of Bolshevism obtaining a, iViol linid in Germany. Throughout ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN OBLIGING THIEF SUITS FOR THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

AN OBLIGING THIEF SUITS FOR THE POLICE. Patrick Louis Jordan, aged 30, la borer, was arrested on Saturday. by Constable Copeland on a ■ charge of shop-breaking. About 7.15 on Satur day night the watchman at the B.H.A.S. works telephoned to the watehhouse. in Ellen street that- some one had entered the company's store by way of the window. Constable Gopeland. bu reaching the store, found that a» entry had been gained by fore ins a window,"attid-that a man was. in side. He stationed himself at the open ^window; and was much'surprised to have, his arms1 piled up with some ar ticles : of' clothing by the.; customer within. The door was forced open and Jordan was found inside. The store had the appearance: of - having b.een fairly. well ransacked, whilst Jordan's pockets were bulging with coppers and silver coins taken from a box. ';" ~ ' At the Jock-ui), fn reply to sonic questions, Jordau naively admitted that he knew the game was up when lie saw (he constable in uniform standing outsi...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Submarine Murders TRIAL OF COMMANDERS. PROSECUTION RECOMMENDED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

TRIAL OF COmRfJftNDERS. PROSECUTION RECOMMENDED, (lleutor's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. Heater learns mat the commission i which is investigating the German 'submarine utrocitics has procured suf- , fieient evidcncc to convict twenty sub-; marine commanders of murder. Seven . of the commanders have ~ the worst records, and it is opined"•■■■ that their surrender for trial by an Allied naval ' Iribunal should be included in the ar mistice terms..

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MAROONED SOUTH AUSTRALIANS. RETURNING FROM VICTORIA. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

I MAROONED SOUTH AUSTRALIANS. RETURNING FROM VICTORIA. j (ADELAIDE, Sunday. Intending passengers -for Adelaide attended at Melbourne quarantine depot on Saturday to report. Arrange ments at the depot were quite inade quate to cope will the extra rush of business occasioned by the attendance of Adelaide-bound travellers. Many women and children had to wait two or three hours in a queue outside the ioors, while others made temporary camps of their--motor cars and waited patiently in them until the crowd at " "he doors subsided. The majority of those, in attendance- have been- strand id in Victoria for some weeks, and '-hey were so elated at the prospect of returning to their homes that they put ip .With the long vVait with very little grumbling. Inside the depot the medical examination .and; the signing of the 'iond which provides that- the signa- , tory will not attempt to leave the train : and will observe the quarantine regu lations in Adelaide, were speedily com pleted. •

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLISH GOVERNMENT RECOGNISED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

POUSH GOVERNMENT RE COGNISED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON Saturday. \ A communique from Paris dated Friday, says it was decided that the lAIlles, as a result- of a session of the Polish Diet, in which the powers of the Polish Ministers were confirmed, and.' Mr Paderev/ski -\vas acclaimed, should recognise the Polish Govern ment.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barrier Restrictions CONGESTION AT COCKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

Barrier feridions CONGESTION AT C0CK3URN. The Broken Hill quarantine reslrie ions on "tli'i border are still being .tnclly adhered to. Passengers do not like the restrictions, but they tend to keep Broken Hill clean. Everything' now is being conducted with more systern, thus -easing off the border hardships. ADELAIDE, Sunday. ~ The following telegram lias beeii •eccived by the Broken Hill Proprie tary Co. in Adelaide from Messrs An drews and Horwood at Cockburn: 'One hundred and eighty people in •amp: probably sixty more to-night, ^amp congested. Public advised delay leparture till congestion relieved."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

Is Your Child Constipated? If your child "is dull and stupid see whether he is constipated." Nine" times out of ten -that is the trouble. Con stipation'arises from indigestion and sluggish liver. and a sluggish liver makes a sluggish mind. Chamber lain's Tablets 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 for chil dren! and are pleasant to take. Sold everywhere;

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SYDNEY POSITION EASIER. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

j SYDNEY POSITION EflSfER. SYDNEY, Sunday. " Five more cases: were discharged from the Coast Hospital this morniflgj The JuuuhviVk isola f ion compound is mow clear, the last live" convalescent cases ha vine been discharged.: No fresh: cases have been reported from North Head quarantine station. Of 12 cases in the hospital, Mr Cayward, of the steamer Atua, is still seriously1 ill, hree are classed as ill. and llie bal ance arc convalescent. There are 15 convalescents still being kept in iso lation. So far there have been no L-ases of pneumonic influenza.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAR MUSIC Captain's Exciting Adventures WORK OF THE MERCHANTMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

Caplaia's Exciting Adventarcs WORK OF THE RIERGHANTfilEN. The "War Music, one of the standavd ships built for Great Britain while the German submarines were reducing merchant shipping, arrived^ at Port Piric on Saturday .Her appcarance v\a., unexpected, as neither: thp-.-i>orv.---au\fc|* orities nor the agentsrv^tcssrg^J^^ Smith & Co.) had received anj fOttvicK that she was due. There does no„_seem to be any explanation of this omission aa the War Music cleared from J re ■ mantle for Port Piric andJt is stated that a wireless message was despatch ed to Navy House advising the auih ovities of her movements. The ^ War Musi.-, belongs to the "N" class ot standard ship:;, and presents the usual appearance of utility rather than beau lv This tUi/rainlihess' is aecenuutved [ bv the fact that the al/;iiee of cargo 'caused her to ride'very high.: - ^ ! The master, Captain Beadie, was be i fnrc' the war a frequent visitor to Australian waters, running .from Mel ! bourne via the Is...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Faced with Famine CONFISCATION OF WEALTH. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

I Faced with Famine CONFISCATION OF WEA5.TH. {United Cable Service.) LONDON, Saturday. Mr. Charles Tower, in a message from Weimar, says: Hcrr Erzberger. la Hie course of a speech justifying the extensions of the armistice, fright ened the National Assembly by stating that acceptable methods of the .pur-. : chasc of food from the Allies must be devised within a fortnight. If the ; holders of foreign securities did not surrender- them voluntarily the Gov ernment must confiscate them. Ger man workmen would be faced with / appajling famine in May or June if they, did not produce exports .which-'could l)e exchanged for foods. A telegram was read in the Assem bly from Berlin urging the closing of all dance halls as a sign of mourning, with various restraints upon waste and extravagance, then probably the rich people would he convinced that l!i<i confiscation of wealth was. inevi table. -Anyhow, they were trying to enjoy it as long as.possible.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GERMANY IN THROES ASSASSINATION IN BAVARIAN DIET Ministers and Deputies Shot Sparticist Republic Proclaimed (Reuter's Service.) BASLE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

Sjarlicist RepMic Proclaimed (Renter's .Service.") i BASLE, Saturday. | A message from Munich states that Ilerr Eisner, Prime Minister of Ba varia, was going 16 the Diet from the Foreign Ministry, when he was shot in a small side street, two bullets from behind hitting him in the lieatl. . . At a sitting- of the Diet in Munich while Ilerr Auer, Minister- for Home Affairs, was denouncing the assassin ation of Herr Eisner, several shots were fired from the public gallery. The shots created a panic amongst, the de puties. H'err Auer was hit with a bullet on the left side and collapsed. Another bullet Idlled Deputy Osel of the Bavarian Popular Party., Two offi cials were seriously wounded. : • BERLIN, Saturday. ■ The Minister for Social AiTyirs, IIcvv Unterleitner,, who was accompanying Herr Eisner, was also wounded. Slories of the s'jnsationol'happening, in the Diet show, (hat the man who shot IIerr -Auer, subsequently sprang among the deputies ;md .repeatedly lired at the Ministers' b...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

p-rBites. if "an. iosect stings you' on iiie hand &pply Cliamberlain's Pain .-Balm. It 'will prevent any swelling- or painful lness. Sold everywhere.

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FRENCH PREMIER'S CONDITIONS. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

FRENCH PREMIER'S CONDITIOfS, (United Cable Service.) LORD ON. Suinn.Ioy. -•Reuter's correspondent at Paris j states this morning's bulletin says ] that M. Clemenceau passed a -rather' restless "Diglit after his reception of ! forty ..-visitors- yesterday, and he was ; to-day a little more fatigued. He i; absolutely , forbidden to speak. His temperature is 93.7, and his pulse is normal. f,

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

Often Mistaken for Rheumatism. i One sign of liver trouble is a screw ing: pain in the shoulder, which is often so severe as to, feel as ii' a gim let was being- driven in. Many people ■suffering-this- way imagine it is rheu matism, and rub in linaments and think they are no good because, they do not lose the pain. All that is necessary s a" course of Chamberlain's Tablets, i'hey are the safest, surest and best medicine for a sluggish liver. The use of Chamberlain's Tablets is not fol ! towc d by constipation. Instead you will find your bowels act more regu larly and liathrally than before. Sold everywhere. Wanted Column. IJnder. this heading 16/words (i' prepaid), 1/; three consecutive insor tians, 2/.G. No advertisement booked mder A/. ililPTlNG Sands, a daring 50001't. Problem Play.-- featuring the,charm- , i»g Gloria Swanson. Casino, To-! night. TO Let. Single Furnished Room, suiti working man: board if required; opposite wheal slacks. Apply Re . corcler office. WANTED, young La...

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NEW MELBOURNE CASES. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 24 February 1919

NEW MELBOURNE CASES. : MELBOURNE, Sunday. Twelve itiev? cases of pncumonic- in fluenza were reported to the Board of Public Health in Melbourne as having been admitted to the liospital on Sat urday. Four cases were children in one family. They are not seriously ill.

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