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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
DANCING. A DANCE will bo held SATURDAY NIGHT. FEB. 1, in the TOWN HALL. Ladies, Oil.; Geols, 2/ (plus tax). Mrs Herb Simpson, pianist. WANTED. 3 CARPENTERS for Wheat Clean ing Plant at PORT AUGUSTA. ..Wages, 18/ per day. Fares paid. Apply THOMPSON & RITUAL. Contractors. Port Augusta. Wanted Column. Under this heading 16 words (if prepaid), 1/; three consecutive inser tions, 2/G. No advertisement hooked under 4/. "WINSTON Churchill's greatest novel, . "The Crisis," shown in nine start ling' reels oi" photoplay. The world's greatest picturc triumph. See this at Casino To-night. PIANO Cor Sale. Apply "Private," this ollicc. wthi" TWO Unfurnished Rooms,'with use of kitchen, to Let. Applj» "Select," Recorder office. If.OIt Sale, 2 good Businesses, centre Murray street, Gawler; one lisli. other lollies and refreshment. Must cell oil account of ill-health. this office. wtfsmt TO Let, Furnished Bed-sitting Room, use of kitchen, every convenience, suit married couple no children. Ap~...
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER'S PRANK. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
AUSTRALIAN SOLDIER'S PRANK. (Published ill Tfoe Times.) LONDON, Monday. The Plymouth magistrates Jiave handed -Murray over to the Australian military authorities with' a view to a I'ourl-martial. An ofllccr from London headquarters lias described Murray as a. carpenter ami a native of Birming ham, who enlisted as a private in Ade laide in mi;. He was not promoted. The prisoner indignantly denied the suggestion that lie had appropriated portion of the funds he raised for charities.
University Appointments ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
ADELAIDE. Tuesday. At a meeting of the University Council presided oved by the Chancel lor, Sir George Murray, on Tuesday, it was unanimously resolved; io offer the appointment of; the Elder Profes sor of Music and-Director of the Elder Gonservatormm to Dr. Harold Davies, to date from March 1 next. It was also resolved to divide the chair of mathematics and mechanics and to create a separate chair of pure mathe matics. '■>
MELROSE RACES. ROME JOCKEY CLUB'S SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
MELROSE RACES. ROME JOCKEY CLUB'S SUCCESS FUL MEETING. Frome Jockey Club held its annual meeting on its course situated at Mel rose. at the foot of Mount Remarkable, on .Monday. Weather conditions were seasonable, there. -being' a good clear heat, and many of the visitors took ad van take of the shade of the fine gum trees on the course. Financially, the meeting is probably the most success ful held in the history of the club, which is most gratifying to the com ■.nil tee,''and will give them en courage incut- to carry out certain schemes fhey have in view. Since the outbreak of war in 11 i the whole of the profits made by the, club have been devoted to patriotic funds, and this, combined with the fact that the course is situa ted on private properly, has prevent ;d the club from making improvc nenls for the convenience of their patrons; but now the war is over the committee will doubtless give grave consideration to the suggestion that ! has been'made to secure a site for a coiu-se...
AUSTRALIA SHOULD BE INDEMNIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
AUSTRALIA SHOULD 'BE INDEMNIFIED. Adopting a suggestion made by the Ac ling Prime Minister (Mr. Walt) on Friday, when llie subject of Australia's war indemnity was mentioned, that the middle course might be taken of sub mitting a claim, the Premier of South Australia (Mr. Peake) moved in the Premier's conference on Saturday:— ''That, in the opinion of the Premiers anil Ministers now silting in confer ence, the Commonwealth is justly en titled to bo indemniiied by the enemy countries the monetary cost which the people of Australia have to meet by reason of the war." The Premier of Tasmania (Mr. Lee} seconded the motion. The Acting Prime Minister said lie thoroughly approved of the proposal. Mr. Hughes, with the full concurrence of the Federal Govern-1 ment, had been' pronouncing upon this matter in perfectly definite terms, in the Birtish War Cabinet, and witlf the Allied statesmen lie had been privil eged to meet. Australia's claim should be put in the proper place. What that proper...
PLAYGROUND COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
PLAYGROUND COMMITTEE. The fortnightly meeting of the Children's Playground Committee whs .held lust night, the Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan) presiding-. Gr. Warren re ported that the sub-committee ?,n charge of the kiosk had made satis factory progress and expected to be able to hand over a substantial sum representing the profits in the near future. The secretary was instructed to write to the hand secretary, asking him to arrange, if possible, for an open air concert next week. The secretary was instructed to attend to certain details mentioned in the reports of the caretaker and the supervisor. The Maxim bullet weighs loz. A shrapnel "burst" covers an area of 1800 spuare yards. ■»
Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
(By "Cliuringa."') The starling at the■ A.R.C. meeting," on Monday wus again very indifferent/' and In two of the races the horses • carried' the ropes away with them., There will be an outcry against this ( kind of thing. True the starter's posi- : tibn is no sinecure, by reason of the' fact that he has a number of badly- j behaved horses to dear with, and the1 only remedy I can discern-is-for-the. various racing bodies to place several of the McLachlan stalls at each post to encase the more ,troublesome of tlie candidates. If Bottie King had been safely penn ed up his backers would have some chance of getting a run for their mon ey. As it was lie was .jumping around to such tune that he was turned the wrong way when the ropes were rais ed. Prior to this Plaeidia provided a spice of excitement by bolting a round and then throwing 'herrider," a boy that ■seemed to possess absolutely no com petence. Mr. Wigley, one of the ste wards, went over to the post, and per haps he wilt now be ...
Peace Conference Progressing (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
Peace Conference Pro gressing United Cable Service.) LONDON, Monday. J J tiling his address to the council in Paris, Mr. Massey said: a confidential plebiscite had been taken on New Zeal and's administration among the Sam oan chiefs ^■'and7^atiyeV'Teade^s*::■^''"■Re'. claimed that it'sho^d-an overwhelm ing. preference for British, rule and condemnation ~ of the. German. The council further ^considered colonial questions on Monday. It. is further evidence of the British delegates' generous desire to;assist the Dominions that Mr. Lloyd George se cured the early- attention of these \ matters, though only f lic broad prin I ciples are to be decided at present. (Reuter's Service.) • PARIS, Monday, j A communique says that the Com . mittee of the Peace Conference met on Monday morning to continue the examination of the territorial, problems including Uie question of the German colonies in Africa. A message from Paris says that lite ■council this morning arranged a pro gram for tiie comini...
GERMAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. (Reuter's Service.) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
GERMAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. , (Reuter's Service.-) A decree issued in Berlin convokes the National Assembly at. Weimar on the &lt;3 Hi February. Renter's correspondent at Amster- j dam says the National theatre at Wie mar is being prepared for the meeting of the National. Assembly. Besides in- i stalling- telegraphs and telephones, ■ there will be a special wireless com- . munii'ation with Berlin, while, many | buildings are being requisitioned, in- , eluding the Grand Duke's castle, ex- , eept the private rooms. The garrison is being heavily increased. PARIS, Monday, j President Wilson proceeded to j TUiftims on Sunday morning. Later he ' visited the cathedral and the devastat- i ed towns and villages on the Marne at j Chateau Thierry, returning- to Paris 1 in the evening.
PIRIE HIGH SCHOOL RE-OPENED YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
PIRIE HIGH SCHOOL RE-OPENED YESTERDAY. Duties were resumed at Pirie High School yesterday. Owing to a misap prehension it was stated that this school would not re-open for a fort night. It was the Technical school to which that statement applied. Mr. N. H. Edwards, headmaster of the High School, stated that though some intending new scholars did not put in an appearance on Tuesday, the attend ance was fairly good, and is likely to show an improvement as the session advances. The only change in staff, so far, is that Miss Tregenza has re placed Miss Bradley in the domestic arts department. It is likely that an addition to the staff will be made in a few days. The acting-Director of Education has asked to be supplied with the opening numbers.
FIGHTING STILL PROCEEDING. (Reuter's Service) BERNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
FIGHTING STILL PROCEEDING. j (Reuler's Service ] BERNE. Monday. A report from Berlin says that the Lithuanian troops defeated -the Bol shevists, capturing 6,000 east of Kovp. The Lithuanians are reported to be marching on Yilna. AMSTERDAM, Monday A Bresiuu report .says l.he National Council reports that the Czech Troops after sanguanary lighting, captured Oderberg from the Poles. AMSTERDAM. 'Monday. A Berlin message says that on the occasion of Dr. Liebkneieht and thirty two Spartaeists' funeVal Government troops, with field guns. and machine guns, patrolled the streets, and all traffic was stopped. The procession was four miles long. Fifty thousand participated and inarched lo the ceme tery, where they dispersed quietly. (Published .in The Times.) The Times correspondent at Stock holm says that striking details' from Harva show that Hie. defeated Bol sheviks Jeff, the town wrecked,' pillaged ■ and partly burned, after levying 'heavy' tines. The majority of the -prosper ous inhabita...
Local Board of Health SPECIAL MEETING PLANS CAMPAIGN. CAMPS, EQUIPMENT AND FREE INOCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
SPECIAL MEETING PLANS CAM PAIGN. CAMPS, KQUIPME-NT AND FREE INOCULATION. At Ui&lt;* special met;Liny of the Local Board of Health last-slight there were present: The Mayor (.Mr LV. B. For gan), Cra. L. A. Hopkins, -T. R. Taylor, E. J. Pavlich, M. L. Warren, J. F. Jenkins, together with the health offi cer. (Dr. G. Leitch) and the secretary (.Mr. E, E. Garrett). Tiie chairman stated -that lie had communicated with Br. Ramsay Smith, chairman-, of the Central Board of Health, by. telephone. Dr. Smith in formed liim that Victoria had also been i>ro(;!aim«u. Serum for inocu lation vfouki lie supplied free, provid ing the-- inoculation was done .--free- to the general public.: The medical men might iiave to be'paid for the inocu lation; but Dr. Ramsay Smith did not seem to be; keen on the question of inoculation. There were much simpler methods. The chairman of the Cen tral Board recommended the local board to take* all the steps it could to prepare for a, possible outbreak. Th...
INFLUENZA BECOMES PNEUMONIC Two States Proclaimed Intected NEW SOUTH WALES AND VICTORIA Precautions in Port Pirie [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
wo stales. rrociaisneo laiecte Pneumonic influenza has broken out j In Sydney, and New South Wales has i been declared an infected Stale. Inter- j State communication by rail or boat has been practically suspended. Ac- I cording to a message received by tiic 1 Mayor last night, Victoria also lias been proclaimed infected. The news created a miid scare in - Port Pirie. It brought home to the chie and health authorities the fact that this port, by reason of its exten sive business relations with Sydney and Newcastle, chiefly by boat, was in special danger. The necessity of tak ing- prompt action t&lt;> meet, and, if pos sible, divert the plague was more clearly realised than has ever been the case. The developments in New South Wales were communicated to Port Pirie through different sources. The general maijager of the B.H.A.S. (Mr. W. Robertson) was advised of the fact and took prompt action. The health officer (Dr. 0. Leitch), receiv ed a lengthy wire from the chairman of...
TWENTY CASES IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
TWENTY CASES IN ADELiAIDE. • ADELAIDE. Tuesrlav. It- is understood that four fresh j cases of influenza are being- dealt with m the isolated portion of the Adelaide iio.spiUij, which brings the total up to 14. eases. It is believed they are only ordinary influenza. . Ac ting' under the proclamation giv ing power to regulate.: traffic - when 1 .here is danger of epidemic, the Cen tal Board. of Health is active. Officers jf the board have inspected passeng- | jrs on our trains from Melbourne, and ' taken their names and : addresses. "Tbis inspection." Dr. Ramsay Smith' said today, "gives us as much control, as if we spent half an hour on every ( individual in the train, because-there are certain symptoms, which "tell alt once whether it is necessary to niakc > a. closer examination." The railway carriages are disinfected and every thing possible is being done to pre vent introduction- of the disease-. A-" New'South Wales has been declared infected .with* pneumonic "inllueijza. Ther...
PROTECTING SMELTERS STAFF. MANAGEMENT ACTS PROMPTLY. PREVENTIVE TREATMENT NOW OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
, | PROTECTING SMELTERS' STAFF. J\L\iSjAGE\IENT ACTS PROMPTL PREVENTIVE TREATMENT .NOW OPERATION. Early in Hie morning the general manager of the B.II.A.S. Smelters- re ceived information as to the develop ments, and at once a .seiietne .previous ly prepared was put into operation with the object of protecting' all. the" employes and their families. A warn ing notice wsa posted in the groundSi the inhalatorium was: put into ouera tion, arrangements were raad*> lor Dr: Leitch to start inoculating c&t« nM\ afternoon at the First Aid station, and for an . hour men passed rapidly through his hands. They welcomed the opportunity of securing', without harm, oust or inconvenience to them selves, some degree of immunity froin attack.
REFINERY v BOAT'S CREWS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
REFINERY, v BOAT'S CREWS. , A' match was played on Monday' at the Globe; oval,, between the .fiefineryt ' Amus em en t Club and the offic ers • from the War Citidal and Hexham,; now in port. The Refinery Club won by an Innings and 35 Vuus. Seoi'es:— Refinery. first Innings. "Jefferson,- b Robson .. . ...... I Benger, e and b Robson .... 7 Tait, b Robson .v .. .. .. .. &lt;3 Bjerklund, retired .. .. .. .. 51 Somers, b Rigby .... .. ,. .. 13 De Vouge, not out .. ...... 13 Jaekson, b Blair .. ... .. .. 10 Brooker, 1) Rigby .. .. .. .. .. 1 Ryan, b Rigby .. .. .. .. . / • 0 Cleary, b Rigby 0 0'Toole, b'-Blair - • .. . . . . .. 2 Sundries .. -.. 8 Total .. .. .. .. .. .. 112 Bowling: Rigby. -i for iS; Blair, 2 for 18; Robson, 3 for 24. Officers. First Innings, Robson, b Brooker .. '.. .... 0 Blair, e and b Bjorklund .... .. 10 Robson, b Bjorklund 3 Rigby, c and b Bjbrklund .... 1 Watson.. stp, b Brooker 1 Gilpin, e and b Brooker . . . . 0 Saunders, run out .. .. .. .. 0 Hockey, r...
The Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1919 ENEMY BREAKS THROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
Published Sally. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1919 ENEMY BREAKS THROUGH. Evidence enough nas now been given to justify the fear that Australia would not escapc the frightful scourge that has swept around the world. The outbreak reported to have occurred in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney may or may not be pneumonic influenza in its most deadly form. There is reason to hope that it is not. Nevertheless, the Commonwealth must now accept as a fact that a frightful epidemic is eating its way into the heart of the people. The public must be prepared for a season of intense anxiety and sorrow. Such tilings are taken too coolly in this country. They come so K-eldom, fortunately, that the mind does not easily realise their magnitude. Let, it be remembered that if the disease in a deadly form is not check ed, but makes average progress throughout this land, it may cut down 50,000 Australian lives, and that Port Pine's contribution might be well over one hundred. Unfortunately for Port Pirie its con...
Cricket PORT PIRIE DEFEAT TELOWIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 29 January 1919
Cricket 1 PORT PIRIE DEFEAT, TELOWIR. Telowie had ttrst use of the wiek etc, ancl hit 118, the chief contribu tors being' A. Carmicliael fn.o. '28), C.B irxie 25, R. Giuyas 1G, II. Williams 15, L; McHugh 13, and W. Williams 10. Rev. Miller took 4 wickets for 35, S. Parker 3 for .23, A. McDonald 1 for 13, J. Scotcher 1 for 10, and !N. Uoldswortk .1 for 20. Port I'iric re plied with 150. mainly due to the splendid batting- of Rev. Miller, who made 08 not' out. .McDonald alsu bat ted well for 27. Telowie commenced their second innings at i.30 auct put together .132' for the loss' of 6 wick Richter made 32, McHugh 37. I Williams 20 (not- out), and Brine 18 (not- out. J. Scotcher took 3 wickets and Miller 2 wickets. Welsby's line 'keeping' was a feature of the match. Port Pirie won on the first innings by 38 runs. Scores. r TELOWIE. First Innings. R. G. Giuyas, c Davis, b Miller .. " 16 H. G. Williams, b'Miller *. .. . .15 H. F. Richter, c Miller, b Sciteher 1 A. E. Carmichael, not out ....