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The Recorder Published Dally. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1919. INFLUENZA CREEPS ON. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

®e Jliccofbcr Published Dally. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1919. INFLUENZA CREEPS ON. News that the insidious epidgmlc of pneumonic influenza is creeping slow ly but surely through South Australia should convince the most obtusje of ,-the administrators of the public health laws that it is time to be up and do ing. The disease first, made itself known for what it is in Melbourne. Through -the lackadaisical, caution of the iVctorian authorities it was allow ed to get. a tight grip on . the people. Left free to jump from place to place, it bounded north to Sydney and west to Adelaide. Then, and only then, were steps taken to restrict its scope of malign activity. It. was too late. The flame of pestilence had gone beyond control, and the inmost that can now be done is to ma lie an effort to beat it back and down, and meanwhile to do the best for the sufferers. The pre cautions that were taken to regulate the passing of travellers from State to State did much to prevent further ingress throug...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BELFAST STRIKE ENDED. (Reuter Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

BELFAST STRIKE ENDED. (Reutu =5 Service.) L <X!)UN, Sunday. The Times conv^noiulent. at Belfast says; . The strike lias ended and Iho ship yards have reopened. : The,-2 5 unions which were involved, with two excep tions, have aceep led Lord Pirric's offer of 47: hours, pending the national set tlement of the shipyards' hours. The strike cost £600,000 in wages, held up social economic life and caus ed much hardship to workers. A bulletin attributes the failure to the collapse of the movement across the channel. It says: "If the workers had shown the., same Spirit as at Bel fast; the result would have been an im mediate victory."

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British Labor Disputes GOVERNMENT TO APPOINT COMMISSION. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

British Labor Disputes GOVERNMENT TO APPOINT COMMISSION. (Published - in The Times.) LONDON,; Saturday. The Government has offered to ap point a commission lo inquire into the question of the miners' hours and wages, the commission to report not later, than---March 3i. The miners are considering- the offer. (Renter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. The British miners have voted over whelmingly in favor of a strike, j (United Service.) I . LONDON, Saturday. ' The result of the South Wales bal lot is as follows: For the strike .. 32,903 Against . , . . . 7.990 s (Reuter's Service.) ■ LONDON, Saturday.' Tiie conference of London ship workers has readied a deadlock re garding the return to work under the 47 houi-s agreement, ihe boilermakers, blacksmiths and siiipWrights', repre sentatives withdrawing. The remain ing representative* unanimously re solved to immediately return to work. The "Daily .Mail" says the authori ties are keeping k.watchful eye on the activities of the London branch, th...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPARTACIST LEADER LYNCHED. (Reuter's Service.) COPENHAGEN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

SPARTACIST LEADER LYNCHED. : . ——-0 . V : (Reuter's Service.) ' COPENHAGEN, Sunday. A message from Budapest, via Ber lin, s;iys the Hungarian Sparlacist leader Balafcun lias been lynched.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Krupp's Works Silent CONVERSION TO PEACEFUL INDUSTRIES. (United Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

CONVERSION TO PEACEFUL INDUSTRIES. / (United Service.) LONDON. Sunday. A "Daily Express", correspondent lias "succeeded in visiting ; Krupp's works at Essen. lie found great fac tories and miles of workshops, silent and covered With rust and cobwebs. Till November they turned out two and a half million shells monthly and one gun every 45 minutes. They demobil ised -10,000 workers within a fortnight of tli<r signing of the armistice. The director, Herr Baur, told the corres pondent that the original idea of the Bis Bertha was to construct a gun to oombard London from Calais after the first advance. The retreat .compelled ihe abandonment of the idea until the final offensive neafed Paris. when Big Berihas were constructed for a bom bardment of Paris. They were sight ed by Berlin mathematical professors. Krupps are planning the: conversion of the place into industries and are rapidly establishing a cradle for' poten tial commercial war. The directors declare they have enormo...

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

-y--;.'. .. . -—The—.. . . v.V. rj-fSTjl;. ADELAIDE STEABtSHIJP will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under: (Circumstances Permitting). To Port Pirie via Pi. Lincoln. <=■ =1. QUORNA, Every SATURDAY TPOM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE and Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA. EVERY MOZsDAY. COAL MERCHANTS. * OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD,

Publication Title: Recorder
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FLYING TO AUSTRALIA. AMBITIOUS ENGLISH SCHEME. (United Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

FLYING TO AUSTRALIA. AMBITIOUS ENGLISH; SCHEME^ (United Service.) — LONDON, Saturday. The Aerial' League lias arranged to interview, Mr iAndrew _ Fisher, . High Commissioner in London for Australia, with a view of securing the co-opera tion of the Commonwealth Govern ment in a flight to Australia. The league claims that a route from India can be prepared in three months, first touching on the north-west coast, then junetioning with and following the transcontinental railway.; The league Hopes to carry out the project prior to. the commencement of the May' monsoons. ; . _ : _

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

DEATH. SMITH. —On the 22nd Feb., at Solomontown, William, the youngest   beloved som of C. P. and E. Smith, aged 18 days.

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Aussie's French Bride A MEMORABLE RECEPTION. The "Marselllaise." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 25 February 1919

Aussie's French Bride   A MEMORABLE RECEPTION. The "Marseillaise." Sgt. IH. M. Gebert and his French; bride, together with Pte Andrew O. Flaherty and Pte Agett, had a memor- able reception yesterday afternoon on arriving in Port Pirie. Solomontown railway station was gaily decorated with flags, the French colors taking a prominent position as befitted the occasion. There was a great gather- ing of residents, mostly womenfolk. The Solomontown brass band, and the school children were mustered at   the gateway leading Inio the station. The band first played "Home, Sweet Home," as a general welcome, then the "Marseillaise" as a special compli- ment to Sgt. Gebert's bride. The gen- uineness of the welcome appealed strongly to Mrs. Gebert, who shed tears of joy as the strains of her be- loved country's national air fell on her   receptive ears. An incident of the reception was the presentation to Mrs. Gebert by Miss Daisy Rusbridge, on behalf of the ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

Bronchitis. Bronchitis is a very common ail ment among: children and-among those subject to it- the least •■little exposure brings it on—that is if the child is lot given Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy. at the first wheezing or hoarse :ess. Sold everywhere. Wanted Column. Under this heading 16 words (if ..•repaid), 1/'; three consecutive ' inser .'i.ons, 2/0. No advertisement hooked inder -i/. CLARA Kimball Young, in her great dramatic triumph, "The iUariunct tes,;' a thrilling slory gorgeously' Produced in live aplendid acts. Casino, To-night. .MPTY. ;'»-roomcd House, deposit and weekly payments. Apply "First In," Hecorder office. wthf JOUBLL" Bedroom (o I.el. use kitchen. Apply Recorder office. WANTED,-■ one or two thoroughly smart Men as drivers. W. II. Moyle, factory.. , wthf LOST, Pirie .West, Purse containing about £3 and receipts. Good reward on returning address inside. * WANTED, a Boy to drive wood cart. (Apply B. J. Smith. Woodyard. Pirie West. WANTED, good General, good wage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

NURSE BIRD, CERTIFICATED MATERKITX NURSE, EIGHTH STREET, P1RIE-WEST. . 31-28 ~ TROLLEY WANTED. Wanted, a 4-Wheeled TROLLEY and POLE, lo carry 2i to 3 tons, 2im. tyres. .. ^^V-n-r • "A. E. BREI'T, smt or lc " - Treleaven and Drown. WANTED. TEA GIRL". and HOUSEMAID. ..... Good wages. B H.A.S. Co's BOARDING HOUSE, l(j - "C Florence Street. WANTED. EXPERIENCED DF^YMAN and BOY for DRAPIRY. ' <S09BE BROS. CHARLIE ChapM, in - his greatest lavish riot, "Shoulder Arras. At Casino, xiext Monday and Tuesday. F AST Motor Launch, 25ft., -speed 12 * Knots, in perfect order, any trial; cash or terms. "Ron," this oflice, . mtw WRISTEB, two or three-Strong Youths for" factory. Apply W: Moyle, David street. " l"vth £1 RFAVUU) to person letting me 3 or 'i roomed House or giving infor mation with" regard to same. Apply Union Dining Rooms,, David, St. twth LOST, Sunday night, one black ami tan Sheep Pup about two months old. Finder rewarded. Milnes, butcher, Pirie West. tX___ \M^TED k> Buy...

Publication Title: Recorder
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"THE WAGES OF SIN." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

"THE WAGES OF; 8?N - At 1lio Town Hall on" Saturday night MissJS'ellie Fergusson,and Mr Herbert Uo>ve; late of Allen-Wilkie Co., sup ported specially strong?,..company,": Trom the Tivoli, Adelaide, \vill present the . drama tie production V-The Wages of Sin? The drama will .be; staged, as regards scenery, costumes and set tings, in a. manner befitting the repu tation' of the company producing it. Seals may be reserved at Slater's. V ^

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AMIR ASSASSINATED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

ASSASSINATED. (Reuter's Service.) s LONDON, Monday. , The iAmir of Afghanistan lias bceu assassinated.. ' "• : The ;Press Bureau saysrlisatf advices front Kabul stale that the' Amir of Af Stianistan was ;■ I tacked and shot dead :n Laghniati camp early ou Uic morn ing of February 20. Xho motives for lii« murder arc at present obscure. No arrests have yet been made.

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OPEN-AIR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

OPEN-AIR CONCERT. The Excelsior Band will present a rii-oarram of instrumental music in the "Children's playground to-night (wcn fher pfiri»ttiing). Nn charge is made Jtir admittance to the ground, but a •ollection is made in aid of the im provement fund. - The -good work of the committee is hampered for want •of funds, and patrons to-night are in vited to contribute 'liberally, according to their means.

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PEACE CONFERENCE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

PEACE CONFERENCE. {Reuter s Service.) - L02\U0.\\ Monday. Tiie -v Press Burean:. >aj§:va •; commu nique from Paris stales Hiat the Re paration Commission hx-; dccided to hasten the work of -liic rub-commit tees entrusted wiiii J11 • t valuation of damage and meaii* i>f payment, : Mr W. ".M. Jliigiios ti ls been chosen as president of the IJiird sub-commit Lce appointed to study; the measures of coiitrol and ffuanmtoes. The Press Bureau announces anoth er communique from Paris >vhicli ■ stales that a meetlnjj of the represen tatives: of the great Powers, at which Marshal Foch was present, referred Mbanian claims to the Greek Affairs Committee. They also considered the information and proposals from the inter-Allied Commission at Warsaw,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

is. Your Child Constipated? If your child is dull and stupid see whether he is constipated. Nine times Vut of ten that is the trouble. Con stipation arises from indigestion and sluggisli liver, and a sluggish live: nak.es a sluggish mind. Chamber ain's Tablets act directly on the liver, deansing the system of the constipa od matter and bile which has made v-our child- so stupid. Chamberlain's Tablets are, an ideal remedy for chil flren and are pleasant to take. Sold everywhere. _ AH Ladies Need LsLxo-Tonic V::. The more delicate consti tution and liner organism - of woman makes it im-. perative that- nil the func tions of her sj-stcm be kept', as far as - possible'" in a, -condili-ju of normal and healthy.' action, and any... ^.diversion fre ni the natural order of things is qr.kldy followed by unpleasant re sults. It is safe to say that with nine wcs;en cut of every ten, chronic c-.-ii -Vstipation- •« the - .bane of j. their existence, anil can. . frc-ipir-iiily bo t ri'-cci.i as t...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Britaia's labor Troubles COMMISSION APPOINTED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

Britaia's labor Troubles COMMISSION APPOINTED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. Mr Lloyd George has announced ■that-Mr Juslic.e feanl e hii Deeh ap pointed chairman ui ihe, commission inquiring into the mK^rs' waffes^aiid hours, costs of profiteer ing'and the social conditions of the miners. ■■■;

Publication Title: Recorder
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Amusements CASINO PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

Amusements CASINO PICTURES. The Casino will have some fine at tractions to-night for the entertain ment of its many patrons. "'The Marionettes" is a specially thrilling,, story, well produced. It fea tures Glara Kimball Young,: and is a live-part- screen version of Keene Wolff's stage play. It is a story sim ple in construction-yet fascinating, de monstrating the advantages and dis advantages. of the French custom of parents arranging the-marriages of their children. Other pictures are "The Pawnbroker's Heart," a 2000 ft. comedy ;. "The Lost Ribbon," a 2000 ft. romance;-'-'Skippers ancl Schemers'; a laugh riot ; "Castles of England," a beautiful travelogue; and the Gaumont Graphic. ^ ; -

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WILSON'S BOAST America, the World's Hope (Reuter's service.) VANCOUVER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

WILSON'S BOAST America, the World's Hope (Reuter's service.) ~ VANCOUVER, Mondav. •President Wilson, in- a speech at Boston, said: 'ilmerica is the hope of the world. If America failed, what would become of the world confidence we".'established throughout the world? It imposes a burden on any man op posing- the tide, lie will find himself on- toarron ground. We will make mai freer." I -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

—The— ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP Co. Ltd, - will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under: ■( Circumstances Permitting). . For Port Pirie via Pt. Lincoln. S.S. QU OBIS'A, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR " PORT ADELAIDE and Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. COAL MERCHANTS. OFFICES: Ellen Street. Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.

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