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JAMESTOWN. MEDALS FOR SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

JAMESTOWN. | MEDALS FOR SERVICE." A meeting- of the Clicer-Up commit tee was field in Ihc Council Chamber on Friday evening, to choose a design for the presentatioji medal to return ed soldiers. It has been decided to jiresent ,a gold medal, suitably in scribed, tu every .soldier who enlisted from Jamestown, or in case of death, to liis next of lcin. About 100 designs were before the committee, and on< received- fur Mr. IMeDougall, of Adelaide, was accepted. The committee intends to spend abTTtit £250 in providing the medals, the money for which has been volun tarily subscribed by the people of Jamestown and district."

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WILSON REACHES BOSTON. (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUVER, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

WILSON REACHES BOSTON. (Reuier's Service.) VANCOUVER, Sunday. President Wilson has arrived at Boston. . :

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CADET PARADES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

CADET PARADES. .Captain Brown, Brigade Major, and. Lieutenant Row ell, of the A. and I. 1 'staff, will arrive by train this morning .They will ■'inspect the Senior Cadet parades .on Tuesday morning and ■Wednesday afternoon;

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DeVALERA'S ESCAPE. (United Gable Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

DeVALERA'S ESCAPE. (United Gable Service.) LONDON, Saturday. II is reported that- DeValera, who recently escaped from gaol, visited a relative at Balbriggan, and spent a week-end motoring through the disl triet, variously disguised,, consulting lils supporters. '

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

CHILDREN'S SKIN TROUBLES, Zam-Buk a Boon to Mothers antl Little Ones. Mrs K. JRobbins, of 10 St. Mary's street, Kingston, Sydney, /stales 'When my little boy. Clive, was abuut two years old he hud a sfein oulbrealc : n the body, and was\ almost driven ['raillie by the irritation, I tihim Lo a hospital and was given a lotion 16 be; applied. This, -only caused .'fur l.ter •.'iri'u'al.oa ai:'d ukau him worse. >::^n i :oui. the advice of-a 1'riend who ii:o Ij Iry lvim-B uk. This won-, ioriul Inhn iumiediateiy soothed hini. mil'instead of "sleepless nights he was sble to- get a complete rest-, iAller a v'erj* short.-; treatment he was com •letoly cui'ecl. : "I'or a btun caused-by touching the :iot -st'.'ve Zam-Buk was a great suc :ess: it took the pain away and healed he f-'.-re v.?ry quickly.'' Mrb E. Collins, 6? Bradley street. Spring llill, Queensland, WTites: "When my ll{lie boy, Edward, was i S 'months old lie had a very' bad al ack of chickdnpoS, which broke" out ill his head an...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIGH STEAMER FARES. QUEENSLAND PREMIER'S PROTEST. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

HIGH STEAMER FARES. QUEENSLAND PREMIER'S PROTEST. (Unite!! Cable Service.) LONDON: Saturday. Mr. Ryan, Premier of Queensland, finds that his object ions to high stea mer fares arc widely shared in Lon don. He is protesting to the Ship ping Controller on behalf of the Gov ernment. especially against the third class rates. -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
B.H.A.S. CO-OPERATIVE STORE ENTERED. JORDAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

B.H.A.S. CO-OPERATIVE STORE ENTERED. J0RDA5 COMMITTED. FOR TRIAL., Patrick Louis Jordan was charged at the Police Court yesterday on the .information of M. L. Warren, with breaking and entering the: B.Il.A.S. Co operative store, arid stealing' therefrom clothing to: the value of £21/3/2. The case, as outlined by Mr. Hague, who appeared for the pi'osecution, was that about 6.30 p.m. oh Saturday Watchman Atkins heard a suspicious noise in the vicinity of-the Co-Opera tive Store. On investigation he found the top- half of one of the windows broken/and a ladder leaning against the wall close to if. Oh listening the watchman heard someone moving in side the store, aud he then summoned the head watchman, Mr. Poynton., The, police were. rung up, and Mount ed Constable Gopeland hurried to the store. An attempt was made to break open the door of the building, but while they .were engaged on this work Watchman Atkins noticed a box being .pushed through the broken window, lie notified the othe...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INTERNATIONAL LAWN TENNIS. DAVIS CUP COMPETITIONS. LONDON, Saturday. (Reuter's Service.) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

INTERNATIONAL LAWN TENNIS. DAVIS CUP COMPETITIONS. : LONDON, Saturday. (Ileuter's Service.) ! A peculiar position lias arisen in connection with the Davis Cup tennis competitions. It is not expected that Australia ~ would be asked to defend the Gup before the year-1920, but Bel gium has issued a challenge, and France, America and Italy are anxious ' to compete. The tennis association is holding a meeting to discuss the position and the advisability of send ing a team .to Australia in the event of Great Britain surviving the _ pre liminary rounds. !

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RETURNED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

HCTUHNEI) SOLDIERS. i'ri vates li. Brooks' h. O. Grady, and A. W. Wilson returned by -train on Saturday afternoon..'ami were welcom ed limit: by (.iie Cheer-Up Society. Cars nrovid" d by Miss Graoio Sandland, Mr. A. B-iMwin, arid Brooks, were a I the station to meet Ihern. They were conveyed tu_ the motor park, - \vhere: the. Mayor (Mr. H. E. Hiimphris), and Mr 11. Siiodgrass'; president of the Welcome Home Committee, in the presence of a large crowd, gave the hoys, a hearty welcome. The bond, with its usual publie-spiritedness, played several items, and the people gave hearty cheers for the returned men and for those still to come.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.I.F. CRICKET TEAM. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

A.I.F. CRICKET TEAM. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. .-Mi\ DoddS; states that anticipating the acceptance of the selectors' recom mendation to abandon the Australian eleven tour, the, A.I.F. is formih'g;. a team on a similar basis with other sports. Numerous young and capable players are available, amd should hold -their own in all the matches except teste.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLEMENCEAU IMPROVING. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

CLEMENCEAU IMPROVING. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. This morning's bulletin says the improvement in JI. Glemeuceau con tinues. ■ (Published in The. Times.) LONDON, Saturday. The, Times correspondent / in Paris says M. Glemenceau is able to receive cullers. He jokingly remarksthat he secured the rest he wanted front the Conference work. .M Glemenceau pours sarcasm upon his ^assailant's bad shooting. • ■*; iT'iiitcd GnMe Service.!,.j LONDON, Saturday." ■ A message from Paris stales the doctors consider that M. Glemenceau is showing a wonderful resistance. The Peace Conference adjourned to day as a mark of sympathy. Tiie police = have ascertained; that a month ago Russian revolutionaries in Paris, disguised as Ppilus, discussed an attack on M. Glemenceau. It is believed that they influenced Getting to make the at tempt on the Premier's life. -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE LABOR TROUBLES. TIMBER MILLS' EMPLOYES. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

ADELAIDE LABOR TROUBLES. —A ■■ I TIMBER MILLS' EMPLOYES. • ADELAIDE, Monti; un-Monday riot one oi tne liny car penters and joiners who -.ceased work n't the timber mills more than a fort night ago to attend a slop work meet ing returned to-day to his; former em ployment.: ■- ■' Y Mr. G. Grounsell, secretary of the Carpenters' Union) said that only twelve of Hie nien did not intend to ' return to the timber mills at 13/ per day. He had communicated with (he .Minister of Industry in regard to the suggestion that the wages board should be called together at an early date. ..The Minister had promised to have a new board constituted legally i within one month. -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ESTHONIANS PRESSED BACK. BOLSHEVISTS WELL EQUIPPED. (United Gable Service). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

ESTHONIANS PRESSED PACK. BOLSHEVISTS WELL EQUIPPED. (United Gable Service). LONDON, Saturday. A message from Helsingfors states that a lierce battle continues on the; Esthonian front. The Esthonians were compelled to retire near Pskoo under the lire of, massed ■artillery" and. infan try attacks. (At present they are eva cuating Kliashih, in the Gulf of Riga. The defenders are very -short of mu nitions, while M. Trotsky's troops are sxeeltcntly equipped..

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ENGINEDRIVERS AND FIREMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

ENGJ.NEDRIVERS AND FIREMEN. Mr. L'. Sampson, 'seerclary- Engine drivers and Firemen's Association, said to-day that a statement. in the press on Saturday that the rueii engaged at tiie Government Produee Depot, Port Adelaide. iiad decided Friday to cease work that evening- if their demands were not conceded, and. thai later in the day Hierr^umr" l-V. a (leei'sion"^ wjtlihold their hand until the follow ing day, was somewhat misleading. Ilis organisation on February J5 is sued an ultimatum that unless a con ference was granted by the following Wednesday its members would not he responsible for keeping the plant go ing after midnight on Saturday. The trouble had now been settled, as the • Government had conceded an extra 1/- a day, and had agreed to pay time and a half for Sunday work.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UPHOLDING CIVILISATION Britain, America and France (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

UPHOLDING CIVILISATION Britain, America and France (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. Mr Winston Churchill, speaking at .i banquet of the English-Speaking Union iu London, in celebration of Washington's birthday, dwelt on the immense responsibilities of the; Latin and Anglo-Saxon peoples consequent on the situation .in Germany and Rus sia. ; He was confident that the Bol shevist; plague in Russia would pass jve'n without an external remedy, but .hey must bd careful not to allow a brotherhood of adversity to unite Ger many and Russia in a common -hatred of Great Britain and the United States. He hoped that after reparation and punishment for crimes: had been ex acted from Germany." a way of life would be found for her wliich would reconcile hereto her changed situation in the world. Also that a way, of .life would be found for Russia which would leave her . frightened of Great Britain and the United States. England and America, united with their gallant ally, France,were unass...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IRONWORKERS RESUME WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

IRONWORKERS RESUME WORK. Nearly all tlie ironworkers in Ade laide, I-ort Adelaide and Gawler re turned to work this morning, in aocord ance. with the offer of the employers that men would be reinstated in their former positions, and that any in crease in the pay that might be fixed by the conference or court would be made retrospective from the date of re suming work. ■ ' ' • i Eight ironworkers at" Lawton's axle works, Kilkenny, did not return, as they .are said to have been receiving less than the basic living wage. A conference between the represen tatives of the employers and the men will be held to discuss the'case of the moulders, and the other sections will be dealt with as soon as possible .

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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6,000,000 in 12 Weeks Comparison With War Losses. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

6,000,000 in 12 Weeks Comparison With War Losses. "Medieus" writes in the Sydney "Sun": For" every ICr cases of influenza which we have had in Australia there have l>een about .ten thousand cases in Great Britain. No member of our pro fession has given closer attention to the disease than, the medical; corres pondent of:'"Tbe Times." ' Under date November 17 that gentleman writes in; a strain peculiarly pertinent to our present conditions. " | "Though estimates of-deaths over the whole world from" any single epi demic are very, difficult to form," he says, "there seem to be reasonable grounds for believing. that some six million persons have perished of influ enza and pneumonia during the past 12 weeks. Business has been: inter fered 'with by the epidemic in even-" country in- the world, and enormous losses, both in earning power and in (trade, have been suffered. The cost I of the 'influenza war'- cannot he reck oned. but that it is colossal does not admit of doubt. ' ; . A Comp...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TROUBLE ON THE QUORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

TROUBLE ON THE QUORNA. The/crew of the steamer Quorna gave notice of leaving the vessel on arrival at Port Adelaide on Friday morning.: Under their agreement membex's of. the crew may be called on to assist in loading and discharging cargo. Th3 wharf workers at Port Adelaide have not objected to this practice, but it is understood that at Port pirie the laborers are much op posed to it, and have objected to work in conjunction with the crew. On \Yednesday, at 8 a.m., no wharf laborers offered for work, and the crew refused to "turn to." At 10 o'clock, wiien this became known, men' were easily obtained. The Quor na's crew contended that they should not be ordered to move lead to the vessel from some distance off, but said they were quite willing to work the sli'ngs on board, or do any other work aboard the vessel. They were also quite willing to do all the work at smaller ports, where the help of waterside workers was not obtainable;. The vessel was loaded by wharf labor ers, but on ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Virulence in Britain HIGH DEATH RATE. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

Virulence ia Britain HIGH DEATH RATE. (Published in The-Times.) LONDON, Sunday. There is every indication that the present epidemic is likely to equal the October influenza epidemic, which re sulted in 150,000 deaths. / Hundreds of fresh cases are hourly reported, There is a notable increase throughout th.e kingdom. The doctors are over worked and there is a great shortage of nurses. - ' - The outbreak in the South of Ire land continues to spread with an alarmingly high death rate. Some doctors are complaining at the scarcity of whisky and brandy. Tliey, assert that more spirits would save thousands of lives.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Record Day POLICE COURT BUSY. LOITERING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

POLICE COURT BUSY. LOITERING. , In the Policc Court yesterday, be ■ fore Mr. Scoll, S.M., Thomas Jonn McGray, laborer, charged with un lawfully loiI ering in a. public place, pleaded guilty. Sergeant Bond directed tiie atten tion of the Bench to the fact that there were, in Port -Pirie, a number of undesirable characters, who loiter ed, around the streets. They did not; realise/"said ^ tlie Sergeant,; th^t, ihe police had power to deal with this practice. A substantial penalty would be asked for, as a warning to others. Constable Ferguson gave details of the offence and subsequent arrest. The accused was fined £5 arid costs, in . default / imprisonment for one month. In passing sentence the S.M. stated his intention of- dealing with any, fut ure cases of the kind in a more dnCstic manner. , ■ ' ; John Henry Wiiliams,_ caretaker of Hie institute buildings, had to answer to a similar charge. Constable Ferguson, who effected ilie arrest, stated that accused was boo-hooing -the police w...

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