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COAL COMMISSION BILL. ALMOST MADE LAW (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

COAL COMMISSION BILL. ALMOST MADE LAW (Iteuler's Service } LONDON, In- the House of Commons Mr Short Iras introduced U:'bill- establishing the Ministry ol' Ways and Communications In Uie course, of a discussion on the Coal Commission Bill Mr Lloyd George announced- that Mr. Justice Sankey, ■who was chairman of the coal commis sion, promised that miners would be represented-thereon. /The report deal ing with wages and hours would be submitted by March 20. : Mr. Brace welcomed the statement and the bill passed into the.committee stride,and was lvad a third time. A labor amendment excluding the ■ consideration of wages and hours was defeated by 270 votes to 40. The House of Lords passed the coal Commission Bill. : ;

Publication Title: Recorder
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Cinema and Sound SYNCHRONISM REALISED. (United Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

SYNCHRONISM REALISED. (United Service.) LONDON,: Monday. " Mr Godfrey Isaacs predicts a revo lution in cinematography. An adap tation of wireless lias enabled the re production of the minutest sounds in synchronism with the picture. .The method- is Inexpensive and is (already a commercialised success.

Publication Title: Recorder
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ENEMY U-BOAT SINKS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

r 3 ENEWY U-BOAT SINKS. (Renter's Service.! :> .. LONDON, Sunday. ■ A Hamburg" message s&ys Hiat a purrcncicred U-boat, whilst being tow eel to England, sank on the Dogger fcanji. The crew were saved. ;

Publication Title: Recorder
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Tragedy in the Air FALL FROM 1000 FEET. AUSTRALIAN AIRMAN'S DEATH. (United Service.) LONDON,'Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Tragedy in the Air FALL FROM 1000 FEET. AUSTRALIAN AIRMAN'S* -DEATH. (United Service.), LONDON,'Sunday. Thousands of persons at Richmond witnessed an air tragedy w'hich is un exampled in British aviation.- ? The vic tim was; an (Australian Lieut. J. F. 'Hancock: He was fljing <il a height ! of 1000 feet, in a clear sky. with per fect conditions. The machine appear- 1 ed to pause and then it turned over. Lieut. HaHcock fell out and was killed instantly. The aeroplane cuiUmued to . fly upside down andn u s e - d t v ed mto ' i'mo Th.umw. The engine exploded and i the machine was reduecl to frag- ' nients. The oceummee is mexplie-j able. I

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Glenelg Shooting Case HUSBAND ALLOWED LIGHT BAIL. ADELAIDE, MOnday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Glenelg Spooling Case HUSBAND ALLOWED LIGHT ~ j BAIL. , j ADELAIDE, 3J«»iklay. j The shooting ease at Uienelg wis again referred to in the Adelaide Pol ice Court to-day, when Sianley Mal colm Symons, was charged witTi hav ing- inllicied grievous bodily harm upon, his wife Eva Jaiie-'''.Symons.-. -. v ; i Sub-Inspector Bean; asked for a further remand lor a fortnight. . Mr. II. G. Alderman, who appeared for accused, said, that the Inspector should intimate w:hether there was any chance <:f gelling any evidence against this man. Judging by what he had heard and by the newspaper report lie did not think there was. It was not a fair thing to keep the accused in legal custody for sometlrig- tfiat was purely accidental. If the information were withdrawn that morning, the Inspector could lay a fresh information if it was found necessary. lie understood the person injured and others from whom the police had', taken'statements all ex culpated accused. z Sub-Inspector Beare said he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

DRAUGHTS START COLDS. Kazetha stops them. Keep Nazetha at home—at the office. Use it at the; flncst sign of coughts, cold, or throat tickle, and it will often prevent seri ous illness. Nazetha is the most ef fective and pleasing1 eyre for head" rnlcK catarrh,' bron|foUs : and all 11.roil and chest troubles. Nazetha is an ovo-nasal antiseptic; therefore a most effective precautionary measure against Hie microbes of Influenza. Djphthe *ia, Meningitis, etc. Goode Bros, sell Nazetha at i/6- 6 •

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Counterfeit Coins CHARGES AGAINST A WOMAN. ADELAIDE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Counterfeit Coins CHARGES AGAINST A WOMAN. ADELAIDE. '•Monday. The case was proceeded with at the Adelaide Police Court to-day in which Julia Ellen Junes was charged with having knowingly uttered counterfeit coins at Prospect. - Evidence was given that accused went to Cane's butcher's shop in Pros pect road, and purchased some , meat for which she tendered a florin. This coin was subsequently handed- to Constable .Church. On Friday, Feb ruary 21 accused again went to the shop and purchased a leg of lamb for •V-'j, tendering in payment two florins. One was a good coin, but the other was not. .On February 21 Mrs. Jones, tendered a shilling in payment for half, a pound of chops. Miss Cane said to her, "I don't think,, this is good," and Mrs. -Jones remarked, "1 am quite sure it is." Miss Cane said she was a bit suspicious of it, and could not take it, as other "counterfeit coins had been, passed lo her before. Accused, after lirst slating she had not any change, took sixpence from her ...

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DETENUES TO BE RELEASED. BROKEN HILL PEOPLE'S PLIGHT. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

DE7EPJUES TO BE RELEASED. r-UOKKN HILL ]'EUP,I-E S- P LI GIET : ADELAIDE, Monday. Mutters are proceeding satisfactor ily at the Jubilee Exhibition isolation camp, and all being- well the detenucs will be allowed liberty during the fore'noon on Wednesday. \ There are 27 iresidents of Broken Hill in the camp, and they are natur ally anxious to- reach .'their homes at the earliest moment. With a view to determining their position, the chair man of the . Central Board of Health telegraphed to. Dr. Pa ton of the- Health Department in Sydney, and enquired "Will you allow your people from Victoria, in detention camp at present here, to travel to Broken Hill by spe cial train on Monday, after Jive full days' quarantine here and medical in spection?" The following reply ha? -been received: "Matters of 'this nature nre being dealt with by the Attorney General. Will recommeind, him to grant your request." a Dr. Ramsay Smith explained that Ih'i camp officers had everything in readi ness for the...

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DEADLY INFLUENZA INCREASED VIRULENCE IN ENGLAND. 3000 VICTIMS A WEEK. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

DEADLY INFLUENZA INCREASED VIRULENCE IN ENGLAND. 3000 victims l-v week. (Reuter's Service.) LL'xnon,. Sunday A total of 30G-4 deaths Irom muu oitza occurred in the great towns in Englimtl and Wales last week, com pared with 13G3 in tlie previous week. London fias registered 653 deaths, compared with .272 during- the pre vious week. .

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Ships for Australia ENEMY VESSELS MAY BE USED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

ENEMY VESSELS fi/lAY BE USED. (neuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. In (he House- <>f Commons Lord TompJclon drew a Hon I inn to the: fact that the interests of Australia were be ins' prejudiced fur the want of addi tional passenger and cargo tonnage- lie asked * what steps were being taken to secure some enemy vessels, spec ialty built foiv Hie Australian service. Lord Lylion replied that the question wis somewhat premature, as these ; ships were not yet under Allied con trol. Negotiations on tlie matter were proceeding. •

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Violent Husband TWO MONTHS FOR STRIKING WIFE ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Violent Husband ———o TWO MONTHS FOR STRIKING WIFE ADELAIDE, Mondav. William Rice was churned at the Adelaide .Police Court to-day". with having-' assaulted his- wife and also with having threatened her lil't;. 11 was stated in evidence that defendant had been drinking- wine, and 011 Febru ary 25 lie returned home fiie worse j'or Jitiuor. He caught his wife l>y the throat and threw tier against the bed and humped her head-on the corner of the dressing table. He ordered his daiishter; who is also in: fear of her life, to bring ;m iron liar, with which In* struck" his wife a violent blow on the ribs. The. daughter said her father The defendant admitted tie had been drinking, and said lie di(L not re member anything about the occur rence.- - ' He. was sentenced to two months1 imprisonment on the first charge and ordered to enter into, a bond of £25 and to liud surety of a similar amount to keep the' peacc for six months.

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OAKLEIGH PLATE HORSES. CAULFIELD FUTURITY STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

OAKLEIGH PLATE HORSES. CAULFIELD FUTURITY STAKES. In anticipation of the Y.A.T.G. fix ture a run over the recent private do ings of some ,Oakleigli Plate candi dates will not be out of place {writes "Pilot" in the Referee). Rermnon' is one that has been doing- particularly well, and lie is comparatively better treated in this than lite Newmarket. For instance, .only a pound divides him from another good track gallopev, Tra gic Star. while at Flemington he has to give the latter IHb. Aries is to be a runner, but , though she is a good weight-carrier, she may find o.iO more than he likes when opposing some of Melbourne's smartest sprinters. Mareca, Molly's I lobe, and King of the Sea are apparently doing well, as are Gielo and the two-year-old Lisna vane. The latter is very speedy, and has only 7.1. Moo rite won at ihe same age with 8st, but of recent years the older horses, have proved too good for the younger ones. Cielc is a three year-old, trained by J. Scobie. As a two-year-old C...

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SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONALISTS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONALISTS. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. In the House of Commons, replying Lo 2\Ir. Batterlon.i Mr. Waller Long stated that tlie .Imperial Government had not suggested nor approved of the ' offer: o|T Admh-al t'itzherbert to convey the Nationalist deputation, to Europe aboard a cruiser.'. '

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ONKAPARINGA RACES. ENTRIES. Easter Monday, April 21. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

ONKAPiimNGA RACES. ENTUTES. Easter 31 omUiy, April "J J. HURDLE HACK, . cf -550 soys—2 miles 3 A chains. Benome, Swift-■-kins', .Mightbe,Tu!!y. Dewalden, Curraturn, Tiialetas. My Donald,.Coronains, Lec Mattel). Mooen bar, Andy Donald, Gyr, Lord Ranfurly, Nonare, Tabbilii. Gay Paree. Tlieod prie, Adnolta King, Disputant. Royal Union, Hainako. Duarran, Epsom Hose, Willup, Locliie!, I sic of Sky, Ar-qua buse, Nuliabon, Wire Wheels, Long acre, Murundi. <'optna, Ferrignite, ■ Mo ney Spider. Aiis.- Rosslyn, Encounter King, Arktos. Botlie King. Sylvan Belie, Sandridge, Tiie Gaffer, Dead Centre, Grace Watson, t'ewfail, Muf.tawarrali. Mount Miltsiri, Kalanne, Waltowa,' Lordleo. ONKAPARINGA CUP, of 350 soys— 1 mile 3 furlongs. Scot's Jean, Swift Kiug, Distant Star, Opera Bouffe, - Kingbier, Bangonie, Strathaird, Corvota, Acclivity, Mun doolah, Tom: Galleh, Perform, Royal Union, Uracea, Gratiosa. Para too, Bara coon, St. Leoeadia, Alacrity,.Ben (imp.) Annexit. Wee Gun,; Antos, Sunde...

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WINDAU RECAPTURED. (Reuter's Service.) COPENHAGEN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

WINDAU RECAPTURED. (Renter's Service.) COPENHAGEN, Sunday. A Berlin message stales tliut after a simultaneous land antl sea attack and a violent bailie the Germans rc eaptured "Wiridau from the Bolslia vists.- "

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Amusements "CAMILLE" AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Amusements "CAMILLE" AT THE TOWN HALL. To-nigh I, Mr Herbert Howe and Company will appear .in <i play thai affords adequate scope Tor their dra matic powers. Cumiiie, the stage re presentation of the famous story, writ tea by Alexander Dumas, the younger, lias been produced in Australia many times, with actresses of the calibre of .\ance U'.Neil -and Tittel Brune in. the title role. When it, is realised that Miss Xeiiie Fersusson is considered by many sound judges to be Hie be&fc delmeator ofjCaniiile seen in -Australia, there can beV only one opinion: of the artistic treat in store. GamiUe is iiot melodrama. It is a play with a plot that; ring's true. Ar inand Duval, hot-headed^ counting- Ihe world well lost for love, anil Camille, the wom;;<n who places her ■ lover's happiness above her own. have a slOry to tell that by its U'uth^.coimnaiKLs at tention. : "The Herbert Rowu Company are a metropolitan combination who will be more in. their element ia su...

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COO-EE PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

| COO-EE PICTURES. i Child acliug'-at. jls • best describes the "American Buds," the gem of the. Coo-ee program. These .kiddies catch ami hold the attention of the audience from start until after lite German plot ters arc baffled and Hie 'LBuds'! adven tures come to a happy termination. The plot is laid in Yankeeland and the lime is during.tin; training of Uncle Sam's expeditionary -'force. There are of course- many attempts by the Kais er's emissaries to retard the training of the Sammies and it. is in exposing these 'hat the Buds are seen at their best. The other star attraction - is .loan of Plattsburg and this picture is notable for the fine ef fects. !( is the story of a hidd.en Ger man wireless plant—overheard by a young girl—whose war .enthusiasm makes her think that the voices she. hears are spiritual revelations of the. same kind as eame '■ to her namesake Joan of Arc.The lihn is crowded wiiii thrilling- incidents, of which perhaps the exploding of -the land mines by wirele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Late W, E. HAMP Ellen Street COLORED L1NENE COAT; They lit! 32/G for ~ .12/6 ExVGH. & SKI LIT: CHILDREN'S DARK PRINT DRESSES. Good tub line; 3/11 for 2/11 EACH. PURE TUSSORE SILK' COATS -SKIRTS, Trimmed ' Buttons Check Silk; 69/(5 for 25/ EACH. and and CREPEL1NE ONE-PIECE ROBES, As sorted Shades; 1 -5/0 for 6/11 EACH. CHAMPAGNE POPLIN COATS and SKIRTS, Two Pockets," Smartly Stitched; 33/ for 18/6 EACH, SMART STRIPED CRASH COATS and SKIRTS, Semi-belt, Sailor Cbllar; 37/6 for 24/6 EACH. FIN:-] WHITE GABARDINE GOATS and "SKIRTS, ^lnarllv Stitched; 49/6 for ' * 25/ EACH. We are Issuing Coupons on all Purehases frornTo-Day - SPECIAL SHOWING CHILDREN'S ROMPERS The Prices, we feel sure, will Interest You. There are • occasions • when' Mother cannot afford the time to make the Children's Garments. We 'can help you in this mailer. In our Big Showroom we are displaying a Beautiful Range "of CHILDREN'S. GARMENTS in all sizes. Yum cannot make the Dresses for the money. ■ . .. . : We quo...

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LUDENDORFF RETURNS. (United Service.) COPENHAGEN, Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

LUBENDORFF RETURNS. (Uniled Service.) .COPENHAGEN, Sunday A Berlin message' says tliat General Ludendorff has written to Heir Ebert, president, announcing his intention to return to Germany to. continue to serve the Gennan people. A/brief recurrence of shooting in the newspaper quarter on Monday was thought to foreshadow a new Spurtac ist conspiracy. but the Government troops were ready to quell the out break.

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Ships in Port. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Ships in Port. The following vessels were in port last . night Ilwen, s.s;, loading' wheat at Baltic wharf (Geo. "Wills & Co., agents). Marthara, s.s., loading wheal at Queen's wharf feGeo. Wills & Co., agents). Glenlochy, S.s., loading ore at the Federal wharf (Capt. IMacindde, agent). ■ War Music, s.s., at the Railway wharf, loading ore (Elder Smith' & Co., agents.). ; Kainura, s.s. from Western Aus tralia -{Elder, Smith & Co., agents), with timber from Bunbury, W.A. Thomas P. Emigh, barquantine, dis charging timber. Ouorna, s.s., from Adelaide, with a general cargo (Adelaide Steamship Co., agents). - . Expected Arrivals.. Kadina, s.s.; from"Ne\vcastle to-day, with a cargo of coal. Departures. War .'Music, s.s. (Eider, * Smith.. & Co.-. to-day. Hexham,-, s.s. (Howard Smith Co.,), -2 p.m. yesterday. - Notes. The s.s. Marthara at present loading wheat is expected to clear on Satur day for Colombo via Premantle for orders. She is talcing a-full...

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