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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

A WORD OF ADVICE To the Users of DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. To the many thousands of people v\au iuu tuuii' usiiijj ur. .Morse a ni Uiuii liool i'ias, 11 ui.yiit not Oe amiss to svijjgcsl cerium particulars to I»e oDsened in connection witu mo ihiiu enzu cp.ii'jiujc, now utiiu>ppny ••.•x.st •'•«o amongst us. I'liu omj uiing oi T^iuiiiount importance is lu keep the system in proper 'workilig- order' so aiui- no serins gel a chance lo-start incubation. There is nothing heller sold for this purpose than Dr. Morse's liiuuin Root Pills. They are a'search ing, cleansing remedy, )>ul their- ac tion. though mild and gentle, is tho roughly effective. Petroleum Oils, 5aits, Tonics, \JJough and Cold Cures and other sy^c-alled remedies are of little, use to cleanse the system and Keep these 'germs ,a check; in fact, they will have a tendency to aggra vate an. already deranged gastric con dition. At. such a time it stands each indi vidual in hand to keep a close watch on themselves to ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
JAMESTOWN RACES LORD MINTBERRY WINS DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

JAMESTOWN RACES LORD MINTBERRY WIX3 DOUBLE. There was a large attendance at the annual - meeting- of the Jamestown Racing Glub yesterday. The weather was ideal and •-the,-..course in splendid condition. Owing to the enclosure being covered with grass there was an absence of dust so generally associa ted with country meetings. The dub is to be congratulated on the arrangements, as the meeting ran without a hitch and the public, were given a good day's sports There was a slight, error m the official programs, which in a few instances gave the wrong nominator. The. racing, al though the fields were small, was cxt eeptionally good, and the close finish es in several races reflected credit on the handicapping of Mr -P. Goudie. vThe conditions of ther Jumpers Plat Race might be slightly - altered for the better; asi they wore yesterday there i was no limitation as to riders. It ap pears to be hardly fair to the cross country boys that the •" horses they qualify should be ridden by purely ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

PUBLIC NOTICE. I, Ihe unclcrsigned-, wish to give ■iQtice that Mr G. WATKIN3, Debt Collector, of Soloradntown, is NOT AUTHORISED to COLLECT ANY MONEY for me after -February 28, 1919, and; all accounts must be paid to me-direct. W.U WILLIAMS, butcher. - Second street, Port Pirie .West. . ' —The— ADELAIDE STEAM SHIP Co. fjtd, will Dispatch Steamers from Port ■ Adelaide as under: (Circumstances Permitting). For Port Pirie~ via Pt. Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE and Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. COAL MERCHANTS. i OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirle. !'- --'v1"' C: v - v:'J i; 1 ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PIRIE HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

HRE H5GH SCHOOL, The secretary of the Old Scholars' Association of theHigh School lias re ceived a letter from Mr Eric J. Martin, in olcl • scholar, now in the A.I.F., iii which- he states: "It wis a pleasant surprise for mc, ^vliea&sn- opening -my-lasV Xussiei" mail,* to find a card bearing greetings from (he Old Scholars' Association. Not only was -it a pleasure to know that our fellow-students still think of us, but the ai'ews .that an Okl^Scliolars' Association had been formed was wel come tidings to us all. The march of events during past years has proved that the spirit of the old school 'has,' not been taught in vain, and its record" one to be proud of. "Old. scholars are proving their worth over aind over again. Some are continuing their success in further ad vanced schools, while others of.us aae adapting ourselves to the trade or pro fession which we decided to follow through life. However, there are others .from our midst who, unfortu-j nately, will never congrega...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLES PACIFY UKRAINIANS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

POLES PACIFY UKRAINIANS. (Reuter's Service.) ; LONDON, Tuesday. The Poles and Ukrainians have reached, an agreement^ Lemberg to cease hostilities. 'A' message from Posen states Oiat the Germans are continuing an active bombardment all along the front.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ONE BIG UNION. A SECRETARY'S PREDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

ONE BIG UNION. A SECRETARY'S PREDICTION. The O.B.U. proposal is still meeting "with considerable opposition in trade union circles (reports the Sydney cor respondent of the "Argus" on February. 19). Mr. ,T. Fletcher (secretary of the. Sydney Cabmen's Union), in his annual report, expressed himself freely on the subject, claiming that the Bolshevik element would drag the worker down instead of uplifting him. "It appears to me," said Mr. Fletcher, "as though the revolutionary socialists have cap tured the council, and are seeking to manipulate the machinery of the coun cil to further their own ends. In fact,' the council has drifted to the One Big Union policy, which is destined t.o divide the movement. instead of con-; solidating it."

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MARITIME LAWS. (United Cable Service.) NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

MARITIME LAWS. {United Cable Service.) NEW YORK, -Tuesday. A message from Paris says revolu tionary changes in international naval !uws liave been discussed in the Peace Conference. The chief provis ions are that each nation ..shall be re sponsible for liie unneuti'al acts of all its citizens, and the practice of buy ing munitions from a power that is not at war is eliminated. If a ship car ries contraband,- her owning nation shall be disciplined by the League of Nations. „

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

WEATHER FORECAST. The follovvins forecast for to-day was issued yesterday: "Fine, with cast winds." :>;

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GUARDS LEAVING RHINELAND. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

GUARDS LEAVING RHJNELAND. {Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuosda;.' Tlie Guards Division is ordered to re turn to Great Britain from the Rhine land: .The battalions will arrive at short intervals during the next throe weeks.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WOOL CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

THE WOOL CLIPV -When presenting the half-yearly re- I port of Messrs Elder. Smith, Co., J Limited, in Adelaide on Tuesday, the chairman of directors T. Barr. Smith) stated that -'practically all last season's wool had now ]>Sen appraised. ' Had the clip not been sold, and in view of the fact that no shipping was available, the financial aspect for many; would Have been a serious one," he continued. "To deal with a purchase ■rahginsvabout AI •' million pounds pe'i* annum is* not a transaction that can te undertaken by the man in the street and I do not thin:: we Aiistralidiis"fe'ii'4? lise Iicav much we owe to the moth erland. II* is lri;o she wants, pur wool, wheat, and metals, but I do not think that Australians fully appreciate the spirit of fair dealing in which Great Britain has always met us, the b'e'rre^ ilts gi which extend to all classes."

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW GERMANY DEFINED. (Reuter's. Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

NEW GERMANY DEFINES?. (Retiter's. Service.} LONDON, Tuesday. Renter's correspondent in Berlin says the Minister for the Interior in the National Assembly, in explaining the draft constitution said, the docu ment did not mention the German Re public, because the idea of empire had a deep-rooted sentimental value for the'German people. The object of the constitution- was. to organise a German Germany free from Austrian or Prussian hegemony.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Returning Soldiers TWO MEN ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

Returning Soldiers TWO IVSEN ARRIVE. i -Yesterday's • half-holiday:;dla not in terfere "with the cordiality of the Wel come given to two returned soldiers. The strong- posts were not as well "'manned" as on an ordinary business -day for the reason that the girls from the business places were distributed : among .the''crowds in the streets. The hoys were made to. feel that the, people of Port Pirie were proud of their ef forts to uphold the. honor of Australia. Solomon town received the return ing' "Soldiers, with many marks of honor ' and pride. The station was gaily i flagged. The_ school fife and drum I wild and the school children, mar- ; shalied by Mr George Charlesworth,' head teacher, were .at their usual piaces and supplied appropriate music. When Lieut. A. G. Mars and Lance-j Corporal C. II. Wills made '"their" ap pearance on'the carriage platform they we're welcomed with cheers, and they stepped out to the music of "Home, Sweet Home." Decorated motor cars .awaited them and ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN UNSIGNED ARTICLE. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

AN UNSIGNED ARTICLE. ADELiAIOE, Wednesda ' Mr Henry Kneehone, editor of the '"Daily -Herald," appeared before the Adelaide. Police *Coiu't to-day and - ^leaded guilty to a charge laid by Mr 0.- II. Stephens, Commonwealth elec • oral returning officer, South Australia, alleging that- on October 26 he per "mitted to be published an unsigned ar #iclc headed "More Scheming- Fails,'" Commenting" upon the candidates for ihe Swan district election for the '■ House of Representatives. . Mr Stephens stated Mr Kneeboiv had assured him it was entirely due to an oversight that the article had not tee-n signed. Other matter in the ;amo edition dealing with tho same subject, was signed. In the circum dtanecs he would not pross for a heavy P.enalty. Defencf,"'J> expressed regret- for -■'What had fiappened. , i A fine of 10/, with 10/ costs, was imposed.

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Wheat Scandals FURTHER EVIDENCE. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

Wheat Scandals FURTHER EVIDENCE. Th". Wheat Commission took furlli er evidence at Parliament House to flay. Mr George W. Lindsay, of Mallala, said he applied for a- position on the Wheat Scheme, about t.Vugust. 1917, He applied to the manager through sir Richard Butler. The Chairman : Why through him? Witness: I asked hiin of Malia'a -whether there \\m? something in ihe; •Wheat -Scheme that- would suit me or anything else he knew of. He said he did nob know of anything,' Inn would let me kn^w later. Sir Richard Butler said; the proper course was to apply through the manager. I applied, but sent my application to Sir Richard Butler, together with a private letter to the Minister. I catmot remember what was in the letter.-'Perhaps 1 . asketf""Sir Richard to recommend rnc. I- received a reply fro.m the manager I staling that my application had been received: together wilS->a recommen dation- from: Sir. Richard, but 'there were .'no^vacancies. I received a fur ther letter from Mr Nic...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Girl's Downward Career REFUGE IN GAOL, ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

Girl's Downward Career i REFUGE IN GAOL, ADELj.YIDE, Wednesday. "Yours is a sad ease for one so •oung," said" Mx* E. M.' Sabine, S.M.. t the. Adelaide Police Court to-day in sentencing Doris Malcolm, 18, to two months' imprisonment on a charge of having insufficient lawful means" of support. Constable Kate Cocks said she had kninvc defendant three years. She had fcech married for two years and had one cliikl. ller husband did not supports her, aiid: last year .. witness, warned himconcerning his mode of living-. Tlie first part of defendant's married life was spent in a rescue home. In November last witness saw her in a reputed brothel in Eliza street, i Witness said, "I am not satisfied with your mode of living- and you are ne ; giecting your child. Will you return to; your mother's home?" She replied. 'No." ,U the request of her mother Witness made, arrangements, for her to go into the Gilbert Street Rescue Home for three months. During this month-witness sa.\v her again at Ryan's...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BISHOP WHITE AT ST. PAUL'S [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

. BiSHOP WH!TE AT ST, PAUL'S. ! Kest Sunday morning; at St. Paul's '":urch (Florence street), the' Bishop Willoehra will hold an ordination [•vies. at. 10 o'clock. Mr Herbert Da ison, who has been working as a' lay tbchist, will be ordained deacon. The ictor : (Rev. Hew F~ Severn) will each the short orclicaiion sermon." *TI;e Bishop will preach, at St. Barna bas' Church, Solomontown, in the veninsr at 7, j • -MrDavidaon is to be licensed as as-, istant;cm-ate to the Rev. J. W. String-' ? (rector of Peterborough), and will ;avq on -Monday morni'ng. He has one faithful work for the Church'of ;ngland during his, 2 J years in Port . jiritv .ra.osilj:' in connection : with St.' Ifarnabas'; Church. A-presentation' is tor he. made to him on Sunday nisht by fhe congresation of St. Barnabas' after The Bishop will conduct mission services ; every Sunday at St. Paul's Touring Lent at 1 p.m., beginning.;on f Sunday;1 March 9 (first ^Sunday in Lent). He will* also hold meetings for lads, young ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

Insect Bites, If an insect stings yon on Hie hand apply. Chamberlain's Pain Bairn. II will prevent any swelling or painful cess. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Real Common Butcher BAVARIAN ASSASSINATION. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

Butcher BAVARIAN ASSASSINATION. (United Cable Service.) /■LONDON, Tuesday. Ueuler's correspondent at Berlin soys — "Yorwarts"' learns ^.frorn Munich that Hic assassin,of Herr Aucr, Bavarian Minister for the Interior, is a common butcher, named Lindler. lie is a member of .the" /revolutionary workers' council, -and boasts of his deed. - No one thinks of arresting him. Apparently he entered the Diel by the Deputies' entrance through eotlusion of the guards. Herr Hageimster, pre sident of the council, after the shots were lired shouted from jI- i^> the" ijrorefor-" ia.t's revenge."' . _

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amusements COO-EE PICTURES. ELSIE FERGUSON FEATURED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

COQ-gE PSGTURES. ELSIE FERGUS OX FEATURED. ^ "The Lie," to be produced at Goo cf to-nighl, is "an adaptation of Sir Henry Arthur Jones' famous book. The story, is that of a sacrifice by a woman of her happiness to save the honor of' her family, threatened by the j act of on eiTing sister.: "The Lie" isj a notable production, said to be the best in which Elsie Ferguson' has:ap- I peared. The :part of the woman who, j after a fashion,; is the heroine of - the I play, Elinor Shale, calls for an actress ; of exceptional abHily and possessed of j unusual ener^, to portray all the var ied moods and emotions which actuate the leading- character. ; V T ; . i "The Unattainable," a 5000ft com^ | edy, will serve ec introduce another we! 1 • icnowii liim actress in Dorothy J Davenport. ' -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IRELAND'S NEW CHARTER Reconstruction Schemes HOUSING, HEALTH AND LAND. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 February 1919

IRELAND'S NEW CHARTER Reconstruction fchemes HOUSING, HEALTH AND LAND. LONDON. Tuesday. Reuler's correspondent in Dublin says" the Cliief Secretary, Mr. Mac Phersori, in receiving a deputation of represen tatives of Irish municipalities, dealt with the questions of reconstruc tion, housing and health. He said the Government had given a grant of £250,000 to provide reconstructive, but not relief, work for demobilised service men and war workers, but that the soheme was merely provision al. He assured the deputation that any national * scheme of reconstrucion in Great Britain, would be applied to Ire land, whose special needs would be ■'considered^ Proposals for a housing schemev for Ireland already are far ad vanced with the Treasury, which might pay the difference between ec onomic rents arid reasonable rents, which the local government - board would lix, for people to pay. The Government is considering how to utilise the new British Ministry of Health Bill to benelit Ireland. As re...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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