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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

NOTES. Herbert had a day out at Jamestown on Wednesday, with three wins. Gyr was lucky that the Jamestown Hurdles were not strongly built. She did not attempt to rise at .the last three jumps, and but for the easy, manner In which they toppled over the mare probably would not have, finish ed. • ; ■ ' _ Mr Tennant's luck 'did' not hold with. •Longacre. After the auspicious start at Gawler .it was the -worst-of luck to have the Linacre horse break down so seriously 'at Jamestown.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIGHTING THE DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

FiGHTfNG THE DISEASE. The Invercargiil {New Zealand) branch.of the Socicty of Railway Ser vants has cabled to the - Victorian Railways Union directing attention to the efficiency of Professor Kirk's hot and eolil pack system of treating in fluenza patients. The message states that- the system.was a wonderful suc cess in jSTew Zealand; arid advocates a free hand for its exponents.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MORPHETT VALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

lyiORPHETT VALE RACES. Weights for the race meeting" to be be held at Morplitett Yale to-morrow are as follow: HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. FerrignHc, 11.12; Battle Bridge, 1 1010; Disputant, 10.0; Baron Douro, 9.9; High Degree, 9.7; The Mysterious Rag, 9.5; Seotchy, 9.0. . MAIDEN PLATE. I W.f.a. Six furlongs. Tailiria, 8.11; Rotan, 8.11; Mail laud, 8.11; Passingly, 8.11; Bronco Bob, 8.11; Warooka, 8.11; Thirty Boh, 8.11; —Dalebrook, 8.11; Wittagoona, 8.5; Glen's Dreani, 8.5. MORPHETT VALE HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. ! Lord Lentmk, 10.10; Lord Ruenalf, 9.9; Foxhead, 8.12; Believe, 8.10; Baron Douro, 8.7; Gokimbo, 8.0; Arya, 8.5; Target Mark, 8.3; Arvanite, 8.3; "Yacker, 8.0; Arktos, 7.11; Rotan, 7.8: Grong Grong, 7.0; Brown Patch, 7.5: Lady •.Bunion, 7.2; S.V., 7.2; Braes, 7.0: Frone, 7.0. ! DISTRICT HACKS. | Minimum weight, 9st. - Six furlongs. Jenny WhiiTIcr, Ferry Step, juu Felix," Passingly. Mailman, Tom, Wa rooka, Dalebrook, Dolly,. Thirty Bob, Lady, Cackle, Lady Bird.: F...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Clemenceau Improving FRANCE WELDED TOGETHER. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

ChmeEceau kfroving FRANCE WELDED TOGETHER. (Reuter's Service.) PL\RIS, AVednesdav. M. Glemenceau's condition is still favorable. He sleeps comfortably and; apparently the doctors no longer fear pulmonary complications. The Pope seiit a message of congratulation on the escape and his wfshes for a speedy recovery. (Published in The Times.) L0XI30X, Wednesday. _ A telegram from Paris states that the attitude of he French workpeople" indicates that the would-be assassin Colin has- succeeded in strengthening the people's trust in M. Clemenceau's ' leadership when national unity is most [important not "only to Franco but to the.' world. The shrewd pollical in stinct of the workers is averse to in dustrial upheavals while their claims are not likely to receive the public sympathy which is essential to their success. - - •

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHILDREN'S PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

CHILDREN'S PATRIOTIC FUND* The; total amount of subscriptions to th.e South (Australian Children's Patriotic Fund from January, 1918, to the end' of December last was £54,065 6/9. Midland districts (Inspector Warren) .contributed £2,196/18/5. The total amount received in the dis trict in charge of Mr F. Fairweather,: head teacher, Pirie public school," was £943/l£/4. The contributing schools, with their amounts, are as follow: Baroota .. .. .. .. .. £4 0 6 Baroota Whim . . . . . . 12 110 Beetaloo .. .. .. .. .. 18 4 6 Butler's Bridge ... .. .. 4 5 0 Clement's Gap .. ... . .. 53 4 11 Crystal Brook . . .... 38 18 3 Crystal Brook West . . . j 3 16 0 Hughes' Gap" . . . . .. . 11 7 6 Humniuek .11:11 _ ; . . . . 7 2 6 iron Knob .. . . . . .. .. 4 1 0 -Merrilon : 5 18 2 Milcowie .. .. . . .. .. 3 19 1 Napperby .. .. . . .. 19 2 5 Nurridy . . ; . . . . . .... 15 8 0 Pirie Blocks .... ... . . 3 0 9 Pirie .East",- llund. . . . . 22 8 10 Pirie West. IIunci. .. .. 17 1 8 Port Germein.... .........

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HUMORS OF THE "FLU." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

HUMORS OF THE "FLU," f. ■ TJiere was ato absolutely blank; ■sheet at the "drunks" court in the Melbourne City , Watch House on j Thursday/ which was regarded as a ! [unique experience:. There was not a 'single "shocking example," . Sergeant Gabel, in apologising, to the bench for the Jiserice of the "usual clients," hazarded the guess tha t they might be I "SL(!fcnug from influenza." In normal timesthere are fifteen to twenty con- j vie I ions daily at liiis court but since' the closing of the hotels cases dwin- | died first to three or four, and now the record has . gone right down to zero. ' ■_ ■ . ' - • .' - (.1 racing trainer who had. been sum moned as a juryman in the Melbourne County Court- last week pleaded to be excused, giving as a reason that he had come from a place where there was; influenza. • . • . V About 50 people were present and most of them suddenly sat upright or began to move towards the exits. ■ Judgei Winn eke was so surprised that he said sharply, "You have n...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL PARK. THE NEW FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

SOLDIERS' I¥!SrflORF,«VL PARK! THE NEWPENCE. Good progress has been made with • the erection of a new jar rah post- and rail fence around the Soldiers' Me morial Park along- the Alexander street frontage. .Messrs F. G." Tonkin -nial S. Cockburn organised a fine band of workers for the last two Saturday af ternoons. The fencers will continue ilicir work lo-niorrow afternoon. Tradesmen will also be at work paint ing- the portion of the fence already erected. The funds for the new fence are being- raised by the sale of but tons containing a view of the. park. The public? are asked to supiJort the effort by purchasing: a button, from any member of the. committee. Offers from the public to help 'with the eree I tion of this fence will be apprecia ted by the committee.

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RECENT BOATING ACCIDENT. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

I -' '■ j RECENT BOATING ACCIDENT. , (To the Editor of "The Recorder.'") Sir— • In regard to Mr. and Mrs. Brio's boating- accident, would you kindly grant space in your paper to mate an explanation in justice to myself, who made the boat, -with Mr. Brine's as sistance. There; seems to be an un pleasant rumor among a few people, whom 1 tiling" are afraid fo go near enough to the beach fo wet their feet, that the boat was faultily made. If •such persons would take a "quiet walk down Solomontown and see Mr. Brine or go and inspect the boat, or even come for a row with me on the briny, before they jump to conclusions and condemn , things they know nothing about,- they would do me a great fa vor. If (hey require any further in formation to call down and see Mr. Brine who will only be loo pleased U>..explain their inquismveness. I am, A. V. CHAMPION, lomonluwii. -

Publication Title: Recorder
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BALAKLAVA ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

BALAKLAVA ACCEPTANCES. —Run Wednesday, March 5.— HANDICAP.7 HURDLES. Bottle King - * • • .7 . . H 5 Grace Watson .. .... .. 10 10 "Andy Donald .7. 7 .7 ... 10 5 Sylvan Belle . . . . .... 10 4 Battle Bridge .... .. 9 10 Paddilli 9 -S Bective .... .... . . Lortf Ranfurly ...... 9 5 The Gaffer . 9 5 Destructablc .. .. .. .. 9 5 Alice Wcltr 7 ......, 9 5 Wyreema .. .. .. .. .. 9 '3 Blue Glint .. .. .. .. 9■ - 3 jS'ullabor 7. 7 9 ~ Kalanna .. . . .-. .. .. 9 2 Bonnie Fla,? .... .. .. 9 0 (Arlitos .. . . . . .... . . 9 0 Metal'Bob .... - - -7 . . 9 0 WEROCATA CUP HANDICAP. One mile and a quarter. Wire Wheels . - ...... 9 3 Dependence .. 7. .. 8 1! Cliardor . . ........ 8 9 Arltunga King . . 8 8 Tom Gallon .. .. .. .. 8 7 Royal Pomander .... .78 5 La Boiselle .... 8 3 Gyr ...... ... 7. . . . . 8 3 Ethel M. .. 83 Miss Restful . . .. .. .. 8 - 2 Autos .......... . . S 0 Battlewood . . 7. .. .. 7 10 Money Spider . . .... . . 7 10 (Lord Pistol .. .. .. .. 7 8 Bbnnie. Bobsdil . . .. .'. 7 7 Str...

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SPORTING COMPETITIONS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

SPORTING COgJPETiTJCNS. (Heutcr'a Sfrvinfi.) . LONDON, Wednesday. Great Britain has issued a challenge In the holders of the Davis Tennis Cup. ' i Numerous inter-army competitions arc being arranged in England. There .j ore definite ''fixtures in rugger football, ' shooting, golf, and eight-oared rowing at Henley. The enlront:^ for the lat ter include Ansncs,-".Canadians.y South Africans, French, and Belgians., It is expected that a strong Australian, team will .<:ompete~ for the Koljfpore and; Macliinnan; riOe shooting /Cups, and the Empire-match at Bisley. i

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SCHOOL CHILDREN IN THE SCALE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

SCHOOL CHILDREN !D» THE SCAS.E.; "Scales in every school" is one of the slogans of the. Child Health Or ganisation in New York City. Whether the child is benefited by what it eats nobody knows unless there is some way to measure his or her gain in weight periodically. With a chart showing the relation between height and weight, and an-ordinary grocer's scale,-the teacher can keep a more vigilant eye on_the..child's' health, arid can give more intelligent advice than can the doctor who is called on&y when there is sickness. . / The new organisation came into be ing in consequence of the w;ork of the ;committee-rfl»lrUic. NewoYoric-' Acaflemy? of Medicine on tlic wartime problems of childhood. The revelation of the ex tent to which malnutrition had been shown to exist among: school, children of New York and its steady increase due to ignorance of food values . and the - rising cost of food waS brought to the alieatioifof Mr. Lane; Secretary of the Department of the Interior- w...

Publication Title: Recorder
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MINERS' COMMISSION. (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUVER, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

MINERS' COMMISSION. (Reuf.er's Service. 1 VANCOUVER* Wednesday. I a message rrom London says that 1 British Miners'- Executive recommends , the acccptance of a Government Com mission. : . ' ;■■■

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ADELAIDE ISOLATION CAMP. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

ADELAIDE ISOLATION CAMP. ADELAIDE. Thursday. livery thing was reported to-day ~ to be proceeding fairly satisfactorily In the camp of returned passengers at the Jubilee Exhibition grounds. - The Chairman of the Central Board of Health, however, referred to several incidents which had -- been reported to him, and which made it necessary to warn detinues that they must strictly observe the terms of the bond they signed or they may be detained long er than is at present necessary. Dealing with the situation at the camp Dr. Ramsay Smith said three persons had been isolated at the Jubilee oval, but not for influenza nor any suspicion of thajt disease. They had been accom inodati*d in tents temporarily, but would be removed this afternoon to an isolated portion of Augas College.

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INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC INHALATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC INHALATORtUIV). A feature of yesterday's attendance atthe inhalatorium was that the ma jority of those who passed through were adults. The children are evid ently giving it a rest for a while. Until influenza - disappears from' Australia it is foolish to ignore the means pro vided free of cost to prevent infec tion; The inhalatorium just now is of as great importance as the bath, al though it may not be necessary to take it daily; Out of a population of 13,000 people the average attendance ought to considerably exceed one thousand. The number yesterday was only 13 i. There is" plenty of room for improvement. - -

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PASSENGERS FROM SYDNEY. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

PASSENGERS FROM .-SYDNEY. ADELAIDE, Tliufsdnyr " IV JiiloU li.is occuiTod "'a the time of departure of 'lie special train bearing, stranded persons~ fromNew South Wales, to Albury. Tlie Premier ol Now South Wales has been telegraph ed to, and urgently requested to com plete arrangements, but until his* reply is received, it is uncertain whether the train will leave late on Friday or some time on '.Saturday, or even Mon day.

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ENGLISH OUTBREAK. TREATMENT RECOMMENDED. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

ENGLISH OUTBREAK. TREATMENT RECOMMENDED. (United Cable Service). LONDON, AVedneS'rw m connection with liic renewed out break of influenza the local Govern ment board in a memorandum does not' advise the use of masks except by nurses, who should also wear goggles, as infection "is receivable through the eyes. The practice of spraying halls is doubtfully useful, -and creates a false sense of .security. The memor andum odds Dial the golden rules art lite avoidance of fatigue, alcoholism, cold and crowds. The memorandum recommends gargling the throat and nostrils with a teaspoonful of salt in a pint of warm water, adding a few po tassium permanganate crystals.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

Insect Bites. ; If an insect slings you on the hand apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It will prevent any swelling or painfull ness. Sold everywhere.

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THE COCAINE HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

THE COQAIME- HABIT- ' An interesting fact in connection with the cocaine habit was related by the Government Analyst (ilr C. Price)' in the: course of his evidence at a case in the District Court,. Melbourne, on Friday. The habit, lie said, originated in Peru, .where the natives take cocaine .internally as a stimulant. Like mosl stimulants, its after effects are very injurious. . It is slated by returned soldiers that, the clrug- was once ad ministered. lo soldiers in the German army, but its use was abandoned ow ing to its pernicious effects upon the system and ;habits of the troops.

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Amusements CASINO PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

CASINO PICTURES. "Keep tilings Moving." is the watch word » in "A Leap to Fame," a big World iiim : in live stirring acts, to- be produced at: the Casino to-night. - It is a lively melodrama, featuring G'arlyle Blackweli and Evelyn Greer ley. .. Charles Trevor, fresh from col lege. starts work on a daily newspaper. Ilis iife is one of. adventure and ro mance. A German spy and a iiialclen in distress; give him spicy copy. The ; spy, is landed in gaol: and Trevor warns the girl ; hue : before these tilings happen {here are many stirring incidents in which automobiles, motor cycles, motor boats, and nurses take, a prominent part. ; ■: ; ; Pathe's interesting serial, "The Ilon . or -of Hate" lias-reached its tentli sen sational episode. "The Dog Catcher," a Keystone- comedy, supplies laughter provoking scenes. Other pictures help to make .a very attracliv&girogram.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 February 1919

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of the late William Hobart are respectfully informed that his remains will be removed from his late residence, Port Germein, at 3 o'clock THIS DAY (Friday) for interment in the Port Germein Cemetery.   SYMONDS BROS., 11. BOWLEY, Undertakers.  

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