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Gunner Yates, M.H.R. THE CHARGE OF MUTINY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

THE CHARGE OF MUTINY. When - the. court-marl ial \ ia Mel bourne, J)efore which charges of in citing the men on the Somali; to mut iny, were preferred against Gunner Yules, M.II.R. (saye the "Advertiser") the latter pleaded "cot guilty. Mr. Foster, for Yates, gave notice of his: intention to apply for-the production of a telegram; signed -by 66 men on the Somali, which was sent to Bri gadier General AntilU State Command ant ia South Australia; Major Harry Frood iArnall. the offi cer commanding' the troops 011 the Somali, said the transport left Devon port,; England, on December 11. On January 28 the vessel reached the Semaphore. South Australia, at about 2.30 p.m. On January 31 five or six men were paraded to his office by: the ship's sergeant-major. Gunner Yates was the lirst speaker. He said the men were tived of staying on board in quav an tine, and arrangements - would .have to be made to land them by 5 p.m., or they. intended to take possession Of; the boats'an'dgo ashore. He a...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

DRAUGHTS STflgT COLDS. I Nazetha stops them. Keep Nazetha at home—at the office. Use it at the finest sign of qoiights, cold, or throat tickle, and it. will often prevent seri ous illness, Nazetha is the most ef fective and pleasing cure for head colds, catarrh, bronchitis and all throat and chest troubles. Nazetha is an ovo-hasal antiseptic; therefore a most effectiv^ precautionary measure against the ^microbes o? Influenza, Diphtheria, Meningitis, etc. Goode "Bros, sell Nazetha at 1/6. 6

Publication Title: Recorder
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INWARD ENGLISH MAILS. DUE IN MELBOURNE TO-DAY, ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

INWARD ENGLISH W,SILS.. DUE IN MELBOURNE TO-DAY, ADELAIDE. Tuesday. The English and expeditionary mails' are expected to arrive in Melbourne by the steamer Ventura, via San Fran-j cisco, at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, sub-, jccfc to any delay that may occur ow- i mg- to quarantine restrictions at Syd ney.

Publication Title: Recorder
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DISEASE OF MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

DISEASE OF MYSTERY. v. Striking in the patiilervtic:propor1ions it usually assumes, and regarded with fear because of its frequently treach erous '.character,-. "Spar, ill" influenza {so-called), known for centuries, still remains the disease of mysterj*. Physi cians assure us that,- in a mild and often unrecognised form, it is always with us. - Why is it that it suddenly flares up into a huge conflagration, which spreads itself rapidly over the greater part of the globe? , What is the nature of the micro-or ganism causing the infection? The ba cillus discovered by pfeiffer in con nection with the pandemic of 180-3 is generally regarded with mistrust. In many typical cases this bacillus has been absent, and, conversely, it has been found in cases in no way resem bling influenza. Why, unlike other respiratory dis eases which are mainly prevalent in 'winter and early, spring, do epidemics of influenza so frequently occur in pleasant weather in summer? What causes the epidemic to sprea...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCES. BOILERMAKERS CONFER. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCES, BOILERMAKERS CONFER. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. r The case of the boilermakers and blacksmiths' assistants; was resumed pi thb Industrial Court this morning, i ■Mr G. H. Boykett, who represented the employers, reported that on Mon- s day the representatives of the employ-,! ers and the moulders and ironworkers met in conference, and'it had been dc- ! eided to ask for a further adjournment of the hearing- of the case so that; if possible an amicable settlement in the dispute might be reached. The con ference would becontinued that after noon and matters- affecting the mould ers Tvould first,be settled; apd then the" claim of the boilermakers and biack smiths' assistoTitS Avould be consider ed." " . . K' I The court adjourned, until a date to be fixed. yv V; :;j

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NO FURTHER CASES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

NO FURTHER CASES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday.,' Enquiries to-day elicited the fact Unit there had beerr no further out breaks of influenza in.South Australia.

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Y.M.C.A. MEMBERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

Y.M.C.A. MEMBERSHIP. '• > j A sub-committee of the '..Y.SI.C.A.t is working in orderto greatly increase the: membership: of the organisation.: The Y.M.C.A. does not merely, consist of building's- and.,equipment; its; suc cess: is in the bands of youn^ men who join together in clubs, and have ceilings of an interesting social na ture. Every facility is afforded for reading, writing","■•billiardsV"" etcbut mental ; recreation; is to be obtained in the social or debating class. There arc many men in Port Piric ;wfii:cpm-: plain there; is nothing t o Oo ccupy - their leisure hours. The Y.M.C.A. Is; open from 10 a.m. fr> 10 p.m. daily. It is therefore available for use by men in the intervals between worlv ond rest.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INHALATORIUM SLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

^ INKALAtORIUi¥ISL ACK. The^pulse of the community as re gards pneumonic influenza >is at tiie inlialatoi'ium. It Is eyjdentv frdm the figures that; the people are badly in fected with the Micawber germ The average daily attendance at the pre sent time does not exceed ISO. This 1 is an unpleasant falling off fr.om .the daily average 1 of over a' thousand which prevailed a- week or Uvo ago. Mr. 0. \V. Tills, who gained his ex perience at the inhalatorium, is now in charge. The' hours are from .8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, including Sun days., V |

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARBITRATION DELAYS Pirie Carpenters' Resourceful DECISION TO ABANDON PLAINT. ULTIMATUM TO SMELTERS CO. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

ARBITRATION DELAYS Pirie Carpenters' Resourceful DSCSSION TO ABANDON PLAINT. ULTIMATUM TO SMELTERS CO. Members' of the Port Pirie branch of /the Amalgamated Society "of Car penters and Joiners in large numbers attended a special meeting which was held last night at (he A.W.A. hall. The Progressive Society of Carp enters was represented at the meeting. The pre sident of the : Amalgamated Society, Mr. p. Kapler, occupied the chair. . Correspondence-relating to the ef forts the" branch has been making to secure a variation of the; Common wealth award regulating rates and con ditions at the Smelters was read by the secretary, Mr./A. E. Wilson. The award was .made in the year 19.16 lo regulate the employment of carpenters at the Smelters and at B cokun Hill The award has cur rency . until next June. In conse quence of the. increased cost of living and other circumstances the Port Pirie branch in July, last decided to apply for higher rotes of pay and a i 'l-'10"1' Week. Negotiations were...

Publication Title: Recorder
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PASSING COUNTERFEIT COIN. WOMAN CHARGED IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

.PASSING COUNTERFEIT COIN. ^VVOMAN CHARGED IN ADELAIDE. ; [ADELAIDE. Tuesclav. A charge of having- passed counter feit coin; at Prospcet between. Febru _ ary 19 and 24 was preferred against Julia Ellen Jones at- the Adelaide Police Court, to-day. The accused was.remanded until-.March' 3. Sub-Inspector Beare, on the ques tion of bail, said: It is not the first time that this person has been charg ed with passing counterfeit coin. She ■escaped at the Supreme . Court last time. Her husband is only recently out of gaol. ." Bail was fixed at £100, with two sureties of £30 each. The charge against the woman al leged that on February 19 she passed a spurious florin; that on February 22 she uttered a similar coin, arid that she presented two false shillings on Feb ruary 2i. .

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pathetic Cries for Help FROM MID-STREAM. A PROMPT RESPONSE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

*P||Wc Cries for Help FslOJyi MIB-STRSaBh A PROMPT RESPONSE. ■ "Help! come . quickly, we are drowning.'' 1 nese pathetic cnos for iieJp at 8.30 last" alight- reached the ears of the people oil Soiombntown beach. Apparently the: erics came from mid - stream.- Constable G. IV Sessie ■ and Mr Robertson, of Solomontown; when the call for help came, were standing on the jetty at the men's bnthing shed on tlie beach. The cries w r epeaied-several times, and-appeared t become fainter. •• -Three boat \ ere i dily manned and were puled out to the rescuc. The men rowed hard into mid-stream, from 70 to 100 yards from the shore. The night was dark, but the cries guided the rescuers. As the spot was reached a man was seen to be struggling in the water, and a few yards distant a man and woman were clinging to an upturned boat. The rnaai in the water was taken on board Mr Robertson's boat, and the woman was then taken .off the upturn ed boat and both conveyed to the shore. A sccond boat rescued th...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HELMET FOR STATIONMASTERS. A CONCESSION SOUGHT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

| S1ELIV1ET FOR STATIC KBIfiSTERS. A CONCESSION; SOUGHT.'.' / _ ADELAIDE, Tuesday. The council of the South Australian Balivyay Officers* Association, _ in ...re sponse; to a request:- fromthe■'■country,''" has deckled to ask:that stationmastcrs majvbe gi^en tlie option of-5hobsics a helmet for summer Wcari^'ln -Iieii of tli-c cap now issuea for use all the -year round- - - Such of the cable news on this page as Is so headed appeared 5n The Times, arid Is cabled to "The Recorder" by ^special permission, it should be under stood that-the opinions given -are not those of The Times unless expressly stated to be so.

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METHODIST CONFERENCE. FIRST READING OF STATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

rflETHOpiST CONFERENCE, FIRST READING OF STATIONS. The Methodist- Conference is being held ; this week in- Adelaide. - At the lirsfc reading of: stations the following tentative appointments were made: . .North-Western District, Tercwie, James A. II, Andrews; Peterborough, Allan H. Melbourne; Yongala, Jasper Gilding f Jamestown, Charles Doley; Laura.. Arthur M. Tren gove; Gladstone. Albert E. Jones, John Eaymant. (Gladstone}, supernumer ary; Crystal Brook. Henry A. Gunter; RedliUI; Henry C. Hill; Port Pirie Cen tral ^Methodist Missionv William T. .Shapley; Solomontown, Gordon 0. B. Rowe;. Port Germein, one to -be sent; Kouiunga, Thomas M. Flood. Northern District. Orroroo, G. Keysell Haslam; Mel rose and Booleroo, one to be sent (Booleroo Centre}: Wilmington, Chas. B. Holmes; Port Augusta,; Samuel Forsyth; ;Quornt William H. Robinson: Jlawirer, Harold J. Martin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

ON ST IP ATI ON :poisona the ayttem. Nujol,'the-interni»l lubri cant t r e lie y e * 1 without griping or {orming.a habit. STANDARD OIL CO. (NewJer»c*) Pvaals br AlV Chemists. MIS 8TDBE8.

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INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC INFLUENZA IN PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC -- $ INFLUENZA IN PORT PIRIE. Knowledge has gained currency dur ing the past few days that there is a ..certain amount of influenza in this town, and the impression has arisen that the most-effective steps are not being taken to deal with it. A local medical man in conversation^ yesterday, threw some light on the subject. He stated that there was un doubtedly a number of cases in Pirie at the present time whose sputa con tained ail the micro-organisms assoc iated wuti rneumonic influenza, but there was gi ;at difference in the con tagion nt of the: disease. It was rare for mi than one member of a ' family to develop the complaint. This is in direct opposition to all experience of the true pneumonic influenza. Of course, the doctor went on to say, the history of each case is - the determinating factor as to the necessity for isolation. If a case is reported^of a patient who could not have been a contact with any>other case of pneu monic influenza then itv is fai...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Coal Supply in Sight [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

Work may be resumed to-day at the gantries,, as the . Period is expected to reach the Barrier wharf, from New castle. The Period, it_ is stated, will be followed in -quick succession by two other coal boats, though the date of their. arrival.here has not been de .finitelyfixed. The coal on being dis charged will be forwarded by rail at once; to Broken Hill. According \o ad\i<*es received by Hie "Barrier Miner" there is 110 cause for any anxiety regarding a shortage of coal at Broken Hill. The whole of the coal received from Port Pirie will be pooled and distributed among the mining companies. : Mr. C. J. Emery, president; of,Jhe"" Broken Hill Mining; Managers' Association, has informed the "Miner" that the supplies coming to hand wilI tide them over any' short age for the present, at least. "

Publication Title: Recorder
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SENATOR PEARCH ASROAD. (Renter's Service.) CAPETOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

SSNAtOB PEARCH fiSR^/lD. {Renter's Scrvice.) CAPETOWN, Monday. ; Senator Peorce arrived here and i was welcomed at the; station - by the j Mayor, the/Minister for. Defence (Col. Mcntz), representatives of the Gov ernor-General, the Premier and a «number of Australian officers. Senator Pearee afterwards ^visiiea PaUam^j.^

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RETURNING SOLDIERS. ORSOVA MEN LANDED ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

RETURNING SOLDIERS. ORSOVA MEN LANDED ADELAIDE, Tuesday. ; (After having completed seven days' ruarantine . at Torrens Island, . the South Australian; men from the C.rsova landed by steam launch ut Outer Har bor this morning. The men spoke in the 'ilslxcst terms of their treatment at Torrens Island and said they had a good voyage out. - -

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MAGHDA DUE ON FRIDAY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

IY1AGHBA DUE ON FRIDAY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. The -military."authorities' announce that the Maghda will arrive an Friday with troops, and not on Thursday aveningv ,

Publication Title: Recorder
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JAMESTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 26 February 1919

JABISSTOWN RACES. The acceptors .for the Jamestown - races to be held to-day arc as follows : -HANDICAP HURDLE RAGE. Two miles. . . Pinbaiiie .. .... ... .., 10 8 Grace Watson .. .... . . 10 S Gyr .. .. .. . . .. . . 10 3 Lochiel .. .. .. .. .. 9 12 Padilli .. . . . . ... . . . . £» JO ' Tot Melba .... . . ... . 4 Dextral .. . . .; ...... 'J 0 JAMESTOWrv HANDIUiP. One and a quarter miles. j Longacrc .. .. ....... ))-■ 0 La Boiseilc 8 7 Maldon King . . ....... 8 7 Ethel M . . . . ... . . .. !>' 2 Cheer Up .. .. .. .. 7. '6 : :Wairakei .. .... . . . . . . . 7 7 Torilla . . . . .. .. -. -- 7 2 Lochiel .... ... ~ 2 Albaree . . . . * J 0 . Bob Manor .. .. .. .. 7 0 FLYING HANDICAP. . Six furlongs. Queenbrook .... •• •• 9 0 Lord Mintberry . ...,89 GMazaris .-. .. .. . • : • ■ 8 Chardor ...... 8 j Dell Rose-.. .. .. .. .. ~ 5 JUMPERS' PLAT. One and a quarter miles. Korea 10 5 Grace YV'ats on, ...... 10 4 _ Duarraa - 1.0 3 Paddilli .. .. .. .. • .10 0 ; Lochiel . . . 9 11 Lord -Ranfurly ...

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