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SPLIT AMONG SPARTACISTS. (united Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

SPLIT '-AMONG SP ART AC! STS. •lUuib'd. Sorvice.) ' . LOKDOX, Sunday. " Messages from Berne say that the Soviet Confess at Munich has decided by a large majority not to declare. Ba varia a Soviet Republic. The minority threaten another revolution.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POLICE COURT. WEEK-END DRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

POUCE COURT. WE UK-END DRUNKS. Before-3r;vSc«»tf., S.M.. at the Police Court. yestei'dyy, John Jophson, Rob ert Il.-irklf;,, ''••Armstrong'" Watt,. and Michael O'lineri, were churned with having been .drunk. As lirst offenders they were cach -lined £1. or li hours' imprisonment in gnoi. ■ SECOND OFFENCE. Patrick Fenton, .charged- with being drunk in Eilen street, pleaded not guil-. ly. Constable Ferguson gave evidence of the. arrest'aiui- as it was Fen tun's second appearancc before tlmCourt he was fined K2 or 7 days. INDIGENT LANGUAGE. ' For using indecent language on the Baltic wharf, Leo Barker, who pleaded guilty, was fined £3 and costs, in de fault li days.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SEVERE FIGHTING IN PRAGUE. (Reuter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

SEVERE FIGHTING IN PRAGUE. (Reuter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Suncl A message froni Prague says that most,severe lighting occurred through out the whole of Saturday. The Com munists occupied most of the public buildings.. The students and national guards joined in the. battle with the Communists, entered the town, and cleared them out from most of the. buildings.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. March. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —March.— 5^t_Balaklava Racing Club, k ^ 5.-=—Mount Gambler Racing Club. 8.-—Spalcfing Racing Club. ■ •; 12.—Port Broughton Racing Club. 12.—Mural. Bay Jockey Club. 12, 13.—Naracoorle/Racing Club. 15.—Port Adelaide Racing Club. ,17-—Southern Yorke's Peniiisul Jockey Club. - 26—-Ardrossan Turf Club. 2!)—S.A.J.C. -SUMMER -MEETING.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BAVARIAN MINISTERS IN HIDING. (United Cable Service.) BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

BAVARIAN MINISTERS IN HIDING. (United Cable Service.) B Eli UN. Sunday. "The Bavarian Ministers, Tirnrn and Hoffman, who wore wounded in the re cent shooting affray in llie Diet, have disappeared from Munich, and are now concealed. Martial law continues, but the town is quid. Work lias been re sumed. r

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHILDREN'S COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

CHILDREN'S COURT. Before Mlv Scott, S.M., yesterday., two children aged respectively 11 ami IS years, were charged with the lar ceny of 8/, from tile oil ice of an Eilcn street auctioner. ... Mr. Regan appeared for the accused. • The evidence for the prosecution was that the children Were employed last Wednesday to assist at an auction "sale. They were found in close proxi mity to the casli box, which subse quently showed a deficiency of £1 11/1. "" The evidence, showed..that for the two days the boys had been to .Crys tal Brook. They were met on Thurs day night by a constable on the arri val of the 7.35 train from the Brook In repiy to his questions they admitted spending 17/11 while they could only account for the possession of -S>/1. I. •The facts of the ease Were not dis puted, but exception was taken by Mr. Regan, on behalf of the accused, to the manner in which certain admis sions had been extorted from the chil dren by the constable. Mr. Regan's remarks were endorsed by th...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALSACE-LORRAINE TRUE. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

ALSACE-LORRflJME TRUE. (Router's' Service.) PARIS, Sunday. The lirst picctiiig of .the Alsace-Lor raine Supreme Council has. passed a resolution, rejecting the German sug gestion of a plebiscite. and affirming its determination to remain French.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMANY'S SITUATION ALARMING (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

GERMANY'S SITUATION ALARMING (Published in The Times'.) LONDON, Stfriciiiy. "The Tiincs" correspondent at Stockholm says liic situation in Ger many is alarming. Herr Scheidemann's Government is threatened by strikes in Tiiuringia which are 'entirely poli tical and - which aim at (tie dissolution of the National Assembly the dismissal } of the Ministry and. the substitution of I the people's commissaries elected ant I controlled by the Workers and Sol diers' Councils.. '; The strikes originated in the de ; snands of the workers to control the 'mines and railways, supported by en venomed poiiLieal agitators. They are extending through Central Germany, interrupting the railways, threatening the-Assembly and the Government at Weimar. The commanders are reported tfo have informed fieri* Noske that the Re publican Guard, hitherto the chief bulwark of the Government, is no longer, trustworthy. They are taking part . Fa politics, attending Spartacist meetings .and doubtfully obey if order e...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNEASY EUROPE Conflict is Central States COMMUNISTS AT LOGGERHEADS. (ReUter's service.) COPENHAGEN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

| UNEASY EUROPE Conflict is Central States COrvSIHUWtSTS AT LOGGER HEADS. (Renter's service.) COPENHAGEN. Sunday A-message'from Mannheim says Hie Majority Socialists and t-iio Independ ent Communists have readied ail agreement- declaring the republic pro claimed by IIic Communists to be noil existent. The parties acknowledge tlie. Baden Provincial People's Govern ment and "undertake to abolish martial law and surrender all anus and am munition. .'V

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Harbor Frontages CHANGS OF CONTROL. EFFECT ON TOWN FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Harbor Frontages CHANGS OF CONTROL. EFFECT ON TOWN FINANCE At iasl night's meeting of the Town Council Cr. L. A. Hopkins introduced as a visitor Mr. .1. C.Fitzgerald. M.P. The < !i:iinn;i!i >:Cr. .S. Gedf'es) ex tended ;s heariy wcli'oiue lo the visit Hi'. Ml-. FiUgendd. in reply. expressed fhe pleasure In* f;-it al being present, i'.nd listening' 1" the discissions. lie mentioned that Ihe Harbors Board vv;i;> eon (em plating considerable iritiwove menls sit- 1'uri Adelaide, ;ind he sug" gcsled that the Board might be invited to visit Port Pine with a view lu im provements. The chairman said the Harbor Board was taking- over the whole of the wharves, ami it was probable that- something might be dune in the direction indicated. Or. Warren referred to the heavy" financial loss the Council might sus tain as the result, of the Board taking over the frontages He moved that the Town Clerk collate all possible in formation as to the losses the Council would sustain as the ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL. PUBLIC MEETING TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

SOLDIERS' IVIStaORiA PUBLIC MEETING-TO-JxlGllT.. A nubile nieetiiisr convened by the Mayor {Mr. A. B. L*'organ) will be-held ;st S o'clu.-k lo-niylil in liie Institute supper room. to consider Hie proposal to erect a suldievs" memorial in Port Pirie. In view of the importance of the subject a large -attendance of citizens is desired. There is no eu'-ami-dried project; but; it is hoped that there will emanate from, the meeting Some ambi tious project that \viil do honor to citizen, and be a lasting memorial to the soldiers/ '* \

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Warships for Australia BRITISH OFFER CONFIRMED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Warships for Australia BRITISH OFFER CONFIRMED. (Reuter's Service.) . LONDON. Sunday. In the House of Commons, replying to Lieut.-Golonel Burgoyne, MivAYai ter Long confirmed the'statement that the Imperial Government had offered the Australian Commonwealth Govern m'ent six modern destroyers^" and six modern submarines/ Two submarine^ hud been presented t<i Canada. Tiie requests made byotheV tlomin ions would be most sympathetically considered. ',1 . Mr. Lon# emphasised r the fact that tile Australian navy was in an advanced stage of development. \

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Shipping High Tide: This day al S.52 a.m., -ami y.G p.m.

Publication Title: Recorder
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MISHAP AT THE WORKS. SLAG EXPLODES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

PfiSSHflP AT THE WORKS. SLAG EXPLODES. There was an accident yestcrlay. at ..the B.H.A.S. works, resulting " in in juries to three of the employes. The mishap occurred at the granulating plant.- and took the form of an ex plosion of molten slag. Mr. Johnson, who received the most severe injuries was sent on, afte?*his wounds had been . : attended to, to the Port Pirie Hosp:- I tal, suffering from burns and severe lacerations .to the face and upper parts of the body. Mr. "Jensen was suffering from slight, lacerations, and Mr FolliU from burns down Ilia bad;. In neither case were the injuries of Sufficient se-v verity to call for hospital treatment. I so after they- had received attention at the Company's casualty station they were allowed to proceed to their own homes, \ *

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ACCIDENT AT IRON KNOB. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

ACCIDElTT AT IRON KNOB. As the result - Of « blasting accident, that occurred at Iron Knob last Wed nesday Joseph Green, a: Maltese, was admitted to the Port Augusta Ilospi lal, sulTering from abrasions to the face, anus arid chest, also an injury to one of his eyes. The body injuries are not considered serious, but there is a possibility of the sight being affevt-. ed permanently. ; " Mr. Green is progressing as favor-; ably as can be expected. The lirsfc reports of-the accident appear to have considerably over-stated its magnitude.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DAD'S ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

DAD'S ASSOCIATION. A! Hie fortnightly meeting of lli«; "Hatls"' Associaiion to-night the first half hour, from 7.30 to 8 o'clock, will be clevolcil tb the receiving of renewal subscriptions. At 8. o'clock the meeting will adjourn to Hie supper room for the purpose of attending the meeting of citizens, culled by the Mayor, for the "purpose of giving consideration to the mutter of a permanent war memorial in Port Pine. -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Soldiers' Memorial Park BUSY BEES AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Soldiers' Memorial Park BUSY BEES AT WORK. Further-'progress was made oa Sat urday afternoon with the erection of a new fence of the Soldiers' Memorial Park along the Alexander street front age. The work was carried out by voluntary labor under the5 supervision of Messrs F. Tonkin and S. Cockburn, '.assisted by several members of the committee of management, During the afternoon Mr II. Af ford, ac.iug cluiirman, voiced the com mittee's appreciation of the spirit which animated, the voluiilun 1 d)trers in their -valued contribu ion to the -consummation of the scheme. -While pointing out that the man object of. the whole '.'scheme was a memorial to , Ihe gallant men who had done their bit (he war, he said the. scheme should appeal to all eiliz»us. livery body in the community 'benefited by the transformation of a waste area iito a beauty spot. lie commended the spirit of ail engaged in the scheme uid hoped their example would-be emulated by all who could contribute 'n any -way to its ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOLDIERS' HORSE LEAGUE. MYRTLE BANK INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

SOLDIERS' HORSE LEAGUE. MYUTLE BANK INSTITUTION. In'these. days of numerous patriotic appeals, -an object lias lo possess extra.-* ordinary merit, to be distinguished front ' the others. This <iua!Uication is claimed for Myrtle Bank, the home obtained and run for returned men, It is a haven of refuse for the man discharged from the navy or army, while he is regain ing thai Jii.ne.ss essential for modern ■commercial- and industrial life. It is ideally situated, surrounded by spac ■ ioius grounds, and possesses tiie tran quility that is so helpful to men whoso nerves have been affected by the ex periences through which they have passed. A matron is in charge and with the help of an efficient staff, sees that the men ;»'e properly looked after. To help pass tile time that is a;d to hang heavily when one is convalescing thoro are games of various kinds provided, including an up to date billiard room. Another feature of the home that must not be overlooked is the. tine orchard...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Repatriation LOCAL COMMITTEE'S WORK, THE COMING APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Repatriation LOCAL COMMITTEE'S WORK, Tllfcl COMING APPEAL. The main object of repatriation rnay be briefly stated to be the can; of all soldiers; and-tlieir dependents, includ ing the dependents of those who have • iallun during- the war. This maybe regarded as tiie futtilnient of a sacred pledge ;made by tlie Federal Govern ment oil behalf of the people of the Commonwealth, that such care would be the first duty owed to-returning: soldiers, or those who may have fallen. The contract is a big- one but it has to be discharged.' The Federal Gov - crnruent -is assisted i'n its labor, by local organisations working in associa tion with the central authority. Pro-, vision is made for the establishment of local .-.committees, formirig-*a net work: of agoncics, .'embracrog- in their activities the whole of Australia.- Povv-| er is given thcse-.conmiittees to raise] funds for local disbursement. It is j left io thorn to deeide'Jiow such funds! may be raised and spent. The com-j mitlees also...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 March 1919

Insect Bites. ■ ~ If an insect stings you on Uie hand apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It will prevent any swelling or painl'ul ness. Sold everywhere. Our WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTV REDUC TIONS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking Stuck. SEE OUR BARGAINS in Stylish BAGS, PURSgS, Etc. BUY TO DAY whilst, BIG SAVINGS are OBTAIN AliLE. / ' Not© these Wondrous Bargains : - LEATHER - BAGS, SuperlSly Finished, from .... • • • • • • 2/6 E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from 4/6 - > CHAIN. PURSES, Very Stylish, from .. .. .. .. 12/6 Stroll Ihorush and see the profusion of MCNEY-S4VING Opportunities ; ; " 1 I ' ' —t- ' . " ' v f • Importer, I H | DubmI UerchanU 1 ^8 li \f I m: a Mannfadaring Jeweller * a and Optician,

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