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ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
ADELAIDE SHARE I¥I AKKET. Messrs Blight Bros*, supply the fol lowing noonday quotations from the Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday: "Broken Hill b. 63s., s. 6is. British Old. b. 36s 6d, s. 36/J0i ^British New, sales 32s. function Con., b 3/7, s 3/8. Junction Paid, b 4/10, s 5/4. Junction North; b 12/3, s 12/6 -Norths, b 54/4*, s 55/. South New, b 5t/li, s 51/9. - Wallaroo; sale's 3Ss. Edna May, b 10/0, s 11/4. Edna May Centrals, b 1 i/9. s 15/. Edna May Gonsol Cons., b 10/3, s 10/4. Edna May, sales 14s id. Edna May Golden Point, Con., sales 3d. - . Great Boulder, b 10s. s 10s 3d. Mararoa, b 4/14, s 4/4.
COMPENSATION AWARD. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
COfflRENSATIC CM AWARD - ADELAIDE, Friday.I A claim for compensation arising out of the recent trannwy accident was heard in the Local Court to-day, before ■ Mr. Commissioner Mitchell, S.M. The Municipal-.: Tramways Trust paid £-500 into Court in connection with the death of Frederick George Suleliffe, conductor, who died as-the result of injuries received on Febru ary i, at Torrensville, during the course of his employment. : His Honor directed that £2 iS be paid" by the public trustee for the benefit of the widow, Mrs. MarUisf 'Annie Sutcliffe, and £150 for his child, Edward Frederick Sufeliffe, aged Gi year?.
Wife Seeks Maintenance HUSBAND WILL NOT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
Wife Seeks Maintenance HUSBAND WILL NOT WORK; At the Police Court yesterday, be fore Mr. Scott, S.M., and .'Messrs Gray and Blight,7 J's.P.,, Charlotte. Swain proceeded against-iisr" h usbantI, Percy Swain, for maintenance for her self and four children. Mr. Regan ap peared for.the plaintiff. Tliere was no appearance on the part of defend-, ant. :: Mi's. Swain, a fragile little woman, wi th a hi a clc eye, was sworn; and stat ed that her husband was not working, as far as she knew. He had given hec no money since January 11 last. The amount he gave her theii Was £-3/f0/6." He: was. strong and healthy. lie would not work, and spent his time drinking round holds. There were four, chil dren by the marriage. Their names were William. JO years; Cyril, 6 years, Minnie. 4 years; and ihe baby, yged 5 months. The Inst-work her husband did was on a wheat boat. He earned 10/ a day. lie was strong enough to do any kind of' work. She-lived in two rooms which she. was,paying *2/0 per week. The pa...
Peace Cooference COMMISSION MEETINGS. DELAYS RESENTED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
Peace Cooference COMMISSION MEETINGS. DELAYS .RESENTED. (lleuter's ^Service.) LONDON, Thursday. Tiie Press Bureau says a commu nique from Paris'states that the iLabor Legislation Commission has agreed to the clauses of the British scheme lay ing down the qualifications for . the adhesion of the colonies to the Inter national Labor Convention, and exam ined the_ case of a Federal State. The International Labor Conference; will be held in October next. The Press Bureau states/ that -an other communique from Paris' says the Ministers of the Great Powers have decided" to organise a ccntral commis sion for territorial questions. The Ministers afterwards heard the Zionist representatives. •". (Published- in The Times.). LONDON, Thursday. "The Times" correspondent at Vienna says the delays in peace mak ing are everywhere resented. The pop-, ular feeling is mostly anti-France, who is regarded as the most implac able enemy, and especially opposed to an Austro-German timon. England escapes • ...
HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
I ■, HARVEST FESTIVAL. : ? : Harvest festival will foe celebrated at the Pine South Baptist cliureli to morrow and on Monday: The new as sistant: pastor for the circuit -will con duct the services froth morning - and evening, ancl also at Telowie, in the afternoon. On Monday the -harvest social and supper wi'l be combined with a welcome to Mr. Nank:\ ell, at which there, will be a program, includ ing short welcome speeches from re presentatives- of the circuit and de partments of church work.
War Music's Crew "THE BOYS WE LEAVE BEHIND." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
WarMuac's Crew "THE BOYS WE LEAVE BEHIND. The War Music wiil probably de part from Port Pirie on Tuesday for eastern ports with a cargo of stiffen ing. She will leave behind four of her crew—three in the hospital and one in Gladstone gaol. The British Board of Trade follows the welfare of the; men under its care to the most distant ports of the world. The Merchant Shipping Act makes provision for the care of shipwreckedmariners or men who niay be sick or destitutes.in wlia f ever port^they may be situated. Care of the three men in the hospital will devolve on the Federal and Slate auth or! ties of Australia uptilj the men re cover. The local representative • of the Board of Trade is Captain Wool nough and tlie I Immigration; ofiicer (Mr. Hanson). On their recovery the three members of the War Music's crew wiil bo. sent back to England as passengers bv the first outgoing ves sel ,: though if they are physically .fit and there are no other objections; and they desire to remain in the ...
VALUE OF INOCULATION. QUARANTINE OFFICIALS' EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
VALUE OF INOCULATION. QUARANTINE OFFICIALS' EXPE RIK7CCK 1 lie value of inoculation as a pro tection arairist influenza is still being questioned by some people. In this connection the Director of Quarantine, Dr. Gumpston, stated last week that it was not yet; possible to: put the : flgurcs on a proper mathematical basis owing; to the pressure of work. The medical staff of the quarantine service, however, was unanimous in the opin ion that definite protection srsainst at tack was afforded by inoculation^ It was clear, though, that this protection was not absolute, as cases had de veloped after inoculation. There was no doubt, also," that in the large ma jority of cases inoculation consider ably modified the: severity of the at tack. If he were not satisfied that (his was the case he would not continue to self the' serum. Confirmation of these statements was ; supplied by the re port of Surgeon Temple Grey, who was in command of the medical relief expedit'on to Samoa. He stated that ...
INFLUENZAL EPIDEMIC ADELAIDE ISOLATION CAMP. DR. SMITH'S NEW ZEAL. STRICT QUARANTINE ENFORCED. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
INFLUENZAL EPIDEMIC ADELAIDE ISOLATION CAMP. DR. SMITH'S NEW ZEAL. QUARANTINE ENFORCED. ADELAIDE, Friday; Dr. Hamsay Smith, chairman of :the Central Board of 'Health repotted to daj. '".Things are settling down quiet 1> at t!s.; Jubilee Oval isolation camp, and the organisation is proceeding smoothly.". Thewarning:.which Dr. Smith issued regarding the necessity of a strict observance of the quarantine restrictions is having the desired effect and offences fire being- dealt-with m a - prompt and proper fashion. Where so, imaiay people are placed largely on1 ; their honor and are expected to fulfill tiie obligations of their- bond, difficul ties will occur: but the administration admits of no laxity . whatever. Al though acts of thoughtlessness may be committed the authorities are im pressing upon those in camp the dan ger; wliicli may attend the breaking.: of quarantine/Dr. Smith is determined to mete out punishment iri; cases: wrere offences occur, and he has at present a' number...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
.CRICKET. "1 The following is the program for to-day's cricket: V - Port- Piric versus Y.M.G.A. on No 1 ground, and Smelter "A" versus Smel ter "IT' on No 2 ground. - ' Teams. ■ ~ Port Piric.—-F. Wisdom; 15. Pimlott. A. G. Davis, C. Smith, T. Angel, E. Cooper, W. Dyer, W. Johnson, A. McDonald, A. Welsby. H. Harper. Y.M.C.A. — L. Mitchell, H Severn, E E„ Garrett, G. Kemp, G. A. Prater, B. Smerdon, -— Jloare. G. McDonald, G. K. Connelly H. Efilclc; emergency :? J. Easson, P. Petty. . Smelter "1}". — H. I. Campbell (eapt.), J. T. Birrell, T. Connelly, H. Ilijriiman, L. Cole, AV. Lang', L. Nor ion, L. Tardre\\V.W. J. Liddle, L. Giles, W. Nunan. Smelter "A.,! — R". J: King1, \T! R. Rothwell, D: Nunan, G. Langliam, C. Brown. J. Wilson. E. Gardner, B. Pound, AV: Davies, G. Keats, T.- Rich ards : emergencies: Lovelock, Coutts, Scotcher. • ' .'.Emergencies, lire requested to at tend. Such of the cable news on this page as; is so headed appeared In The Times* and is cabled to "The Recorder" b...
Strikes Delay Australians SOLDIERS FIT THE SHIPS. (United Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
Sir keB Be'ay Australians SOLDIERS FIT THE SHIPS. (United Service.) LONDON. Thursday. The shipyard strikes are, delaying' GO,000 Australians in England, causr ing keen disappointment. - General Monash has ascertained the views of life men. awaiting passages, " including a large proportion of unionists,, with the result that artisans freely volun teered to lit the ships; Men were im mediately engaged on two vessels and snnt to southern ports from London. They will receive union wages besides their military allowance. The men are working vigorously, and it ;is exr pected that many ships will, be fitted in this way.
AFTERMATH OF WAR Europe's Terrible Plight UNEMPLOYMENT AND STARVATION (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
AFTERMATH OF WAR Europe's Terrible Plight UNEMPLOYMENT AND STARVATION (Published in The Times.) LONDON; Thursday. ,V'"; "The, Times" correspondent at Vienna says the exhaustion and stag nation in 'Austria are pitiful. In Vien na 130.000 persons are unemployed, and are receiving a million kronen daily from the Treasury, whose credit has sunlc to nothing-. The most fash ionable 'parts of Vienna are starving. They show" a pre-war menu as a quaint curio inscribed with legendary" devicers_.^,TI^e.JAuslrians pride; them-. selves that- they have not sunk &lt;io bol shevism. They are remaining good:! tempered, - whilst the newspapers are ; filled with murderous events in Ger many,: daily outbreaks ;in Hungary, and • so-called crafty designs whereby the . Czeeho-Slovaks and Italians are sup posed to be encompassing the Aus trians in utter destruction. The correspondent believes that the situation is drifting into bolsheyism, 3u t A1 lied fodd: and raw material migh t save the nation!...
Wheat Scanda's UNDER TREASURER'S EVIDENCE. SIR RICHARD BUTLER HYPNOTISED ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
Wheat Fonda's UNDER TREASURER'S EVIDENCE. SIR RICHARD BUTLER HYPNOTISED - ADELAIDE.' Friday. Mr. Thomas Gill. Under Treasurer, appeared before the Wheat Scheme and Rural Industries Royal Commis sion to-day. and said that following-, on the evidence of the manager of the "Wheat Scheme, Mr. -Nicholls, on Wednesday, he had prepared a state ment which ho wished to read to the . Commission. He sait.. As a member of the wheat board at the time and.not-a "spy," I heard of wheat being sacrificed at Port Adelaide. I then made a hurried visit to the Port Adelaide Wheat - Scheme's store, and obtained a sample of the wheat: Sir'Richard'Butler was not in his office on my return, and he was not aware of my visit. I then - .went tcf Parliament House and urged him: to go to the: Port'that day and stop the wickfed sacrifice of farmers' ; wheat. After "hearing from ..Sir/Rich--! ard'-his 'experiences of the : previous • day I came to the conclusion he had,. - ■ been hypnotised, for the clever way : i...
SUFFERINGS IN SIBERIA. (Published in The Times.) OMSK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
SUFFERINGS !N SIBERIA. (Published in"The Times.) - "OMSK, Thursday. V There is a dire urgency for the es tablishment of an inter-Allied control of the decayed' interrupted - railways which are J he spinal cord of Siberia. The Government admits that the posi tion is -catastrophic. An enormous proportion of the rolling- stock is out of action and the people are suffering form intense blizzards and are verging on. famine, including 197,000 war prisoners.
MORE MEMBERS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
MORE MEMBERS . WANTED. The "Recruiters" of the Y.M.C.A. have a large, yet not too big, program before them this month. They are out to double the membership of tlie association by the end of the month. The cooler weather will begin to set in by then, and the winter social pro gram will be commenced, but this can not be done without a large member ship. Considering the excellent con tribution already made to this organi sation, it seems only reasonable to ask /or a strong band of men who will 'join in and make it part of a live so cial centre, and thus help materially to make life brighter and happier in this town. At present there is a same ness throughout during non-working hours, with a never ending tramp along the same street; but grouped together in an institution such as the Y.M.CxV., all kinds of recreation, \ amusement and social functions can ] be enjoyed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 March 1919
Often Mistaken fop Rheumatism. One sign of liver trouble is a screw ing'- pain in the shoulder, which, is bf ten so severe as to feel as if a gim let was Being driven in. Many people suffering, this way imagine it is rheu : matism, and rub in lLmnents and think they are no good because they do not lose the pain. All that is necessary is a course of Chamberlain's Tablets; They are the safest, surest and best medicine for a sluggish liver. \. The. use of Ghambei'lain's Tablets is not fol lowed by constipation. Instead you will find your bowels act more regu larly and^M Sold everywhere. ' _ . Wanted Column. Under tills heading 16 words (if prepaid], 1/; three consecutive Inser tions,' 2/G. No advertisement booked under 4/. "A LEAP^to Fame," a bis World Film Star Sensation.;- 5000ft., featuring Carlyle Blackwell and Evelyn Gree ley. A splendid picture^ Casino, To-niglit. NOTICE—Will Girls, accepted for em ployment in new Bag Factory report Monday next, at- 8 a;m., Forewoman (nest wheat-...