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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
A MAMMOTm MASTERPIECE. WINSTON CHURCHILL'S GREAT NOVEL, \ novel "the crisis" was the most 'forceful book of .IIS year. as IA picture it will go down in filmland's history as the greatest of all photo plays. 'THE CRISIS." THE CRISIS." 'THE CRISIS." VIVID.". daring, interesting, t>000 feet of wonderful drama. 0000 feet. great. the picture that everyone should see. A BEAUTIFUL SUPPORTING PROGRAM. Tonight Casino To-Night Licensed Land Broker8, Financiers, and Property Agents, Have HOMES irOfi SALE in Good Losfelltles on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. near tellers, pasy's Beildlogs. townships to Select From. Ail Boosaieats under Resi I>roperty Act prepared by our Expert Con veyancers. ri ' CONSULTATION AKD ABVICB FREE. ernes: srasin*. rjw i: 1 JEWELLEP.S and CPTECEANS. Arc SUil UNSURPASSED lor QUAL ITY and VALUE at tlie LOWEST PRICES. WHY? Because Ave import direct from English and American Manufae ' turcrs. Bceause our Jewellery comes di rect to us from Melbourne an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
This Afternoon, 2.30 to 4.30 Town Hail Ladies Invited. Afternoon Tea. J •? • - • • - ■ Admission — Free. W.F. WELLS & CO. The Old Reliable House for Clothing & Boots We are Still Selling- MEN'S TWEED SUITS from 35/, 37/6, 45/, 49/0, 52/G up to 85/. MEN'S "WASHING SUITS, from 21/. 22/0, 25/. 27/0. up to 50/. MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, 0/9, 7/0, 8/6. 8/J1, 9/6, 10/0. 11/0. .12/9, up to 21/. MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS. C. & P.. from 3/0. 3/9, 3/11, -5/0, 4/11. 5/0. "up to 6/11. I MEN'S FASHION SHIRTS, from 6/9. 7/0. 3/6. up" to 1J/0. MEN'S STRONG WORKING SHIRTS, from 3/9, 3/11, -5/0, i.11, Q/G, 5/11, ! up to S/11. - |MEN'S UNDERPANTS, from 2/0. 2/9, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 4/ii, up I to 10/0. iMEN'S SOCKS, from 9d., if, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/3. i MEN'S SOFT COLLARS, silk ajrd cold, from 1/, 1/3, 1/0. |M"AXS' MATS MAT'S ! OUR USUAL BIG ASSORTMENT. iMEN'S PANAMAS, from 7/11. 8/11. 0/0. 12/9. up to 27/6. |MEN'S BOATER STRAWS, from 4/lj, 5/11, 6/6, up to 14/0. MEN'S FELT HATS, all the ...
ECONOMY THAT DISPLEASES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
ECONOMY THAT DISPLEASES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. . Indignation ,w«s.r vxpregswl.. _ iit_ a. meeting of the council of the Itoyai Agriculture! Soei-'iy" to-day. over a letler received from the Commissioner for Public "Works in connection with an agreement which ihe Society en tered into with Use South Australian Wheat- Scheme for leasing portion of tile new show grounds for the storage of wheat. The Commissioner for Public. Works wroi'- stating that the Government would consent to the agreement provided "that the amount received for rent would be deducted from the £20.000 promised by the Government to the Society as a loan without interest. The president (Mr. I!. T. Melrose) stated that a letter of strong protest had been forwarded to the Commissioner expressing surprise that such a claim as he had made was most unfair, and offered no incentive to the committee to derive as much revenue as possible from I he land. By so doing the society was really con serving the Government's interests...
TENTS FOR PATIENTS. HOSPITALS SUPPLIED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
TENTS FOR PATIENTS. hospitals -supplied. The Central Board of Health has been making active preparations for some time to deal with eases tliat might be reported. One of the pre cautions taken has been the dispatch to all Government and subsidised hos pitals in the State of at least two spa cious tents for the isolation of pa tients should there "be necessity for sudi a course. If this accommodation should" not. prove sufficient in some' localities other means will be adopted to ensure the complete segregation of j the suerers. In the case of the border [ town on the inter-State raihvay 20 | tents have been sent to be in readi jness for the reception of sufferers 1 who may be stranded there.
"GYGLONE" THOMPSON A VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
"CYCLONE" THOMPSON A VICTIM. It is reported the patient who died in Adelaide Hospital was Private Thompson, or, as he was better known at Port Pirie, where lie worked before the war. "Cyclone" Thompson, one of Mif original Anzacs. He came to Ade laide from Melbourne last Sunday week and was admitted to the Ade laide Hospital the following day. On Friday last he died, so his friends say, of double pneumonia, and as it was believed that he had no relatives re-: siding, in the Stta&lt;> Ik; was buried from the Cheer-up Hut on Saturday.
Wheat Stack Fire ADJUSTER BLAMES CLEANING PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
ADJUSTER^ BLARUE3 CLEANING PLANT. The task of' removing the over burden at the wheat slack, Solomon town. is proceeding.-slowly." The lire is still smouidenng, awl occasional smoke culrs up through the crevices The; fireman ami the hose have been removed, and when smoke is seen buckets of water are poured down. The tire seems to have gone to a depth oi" ten bags in-some places. The salvage men on Tuesday made claim t'ur higher rates of pay. The request was granted in a modified form and the men are now receiving £1/1/ a d.Sy* The wheat-cleaning machine wa s^vorking yesterday. : Mlv Ghas. G. Delaiid, adjuster of claims for the fire insurance compan ies interested, yesterday made an in spection Ql' the stack. After careful in spection he came to the conclusion that tfie cause of the lire was a spark from; the chimney stack of the clear ing'plant. . : -J-' As to the amount of dartiage done no reliable estimate can be given yet. It foay be necessary before this can .be done to remove th...
PROCURATION ORDERS REVISED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
PROCURATION ORDERS REVSSED. i ADELAIDE, \\VdiH'Sd;i v. On February J, existing standing procuration orders .relating' to the col lection of money from Government Departments will be cancelled, and new'forms are to be issued. This will affect a considerable number of people who have dealings with the Govern ment. Persons now holding' regist ered standing procuration orders shrould at once get them replaced by the new forms to enable them to col lect money payable by the Government on and after February i.
Reconstruction of Germany NATIONAL ASSEMBLY RESULTS (Router's Service.) BASLE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY RESULTS (Router's Service.} '.; BASLE. Tii('t;ri:iv A message from Berlin on Monday says the following are the final amend ed results of the elections for the Ger man National Assembly: Social Democrats .. .. .... .165 Centralists t.ay sm && esi g>a . IS? Conservatives .. .. . ... .. . .'J8 National Liberals-.. Independents .. . A.. .. .. 2~Z Other .parties ; . . A . . .. 8 A congress of delegates from Dus seldorf. Leinzig, Essen, Celle, Hano ver. Hamburg. Hildsheim, Oldenburg, Cuxhaven and Bremen has been held at Brunswick. It was resolved to form a North-West German Federal Repub lic, controlled l)w the Soviets. The speakers declared the Federa tion would be separate from, the rest of Germany unless the Government of the latter were based on the Soviets. (Published in The Times.) THE HAGUE, Tuesday* A Berlin message states that the Germans have recaptured the Schoen lacke frontier. Democrats AMSTERDAM." Tuesday.
SMELTERS ISSUE WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
SMELTERS ISSUE AYAllMXG. The leaflet issued to liie employes of the.Smelters reads as follows: Influenza Danger. The Company.has just been advised that New South Wales has been de clared an infected area owing- to the alarming increase in number of cases of influenza. . There is the gravest danger that- the whole of Australia Will be visited by this scourge. It, is therefore the clear duty of every citizen to talce all pos sible precautions to prevent liis own _ infection, or the infection of his fellow citizens. The disease is exceptionally deadly, ancl has caused hundreds ol thousands of oaths in all parts of the world—to say nothing of the miser;, and suffering involved. The Company will do its part in lighting the" disease, and it asks al: .■employees to co-operate hear lily iu tlit I campaign. This will involve some per i sonal inconvenience and disorganisa tion iu the works, but wo must all cheerfully put up with this. The steps taken by the Company are as follows; Inoculation...
PREPARE FOR INFLUENZA! Inoculation and Inhalation Isolation Camp Under Way Adelaide Gradually Waking Up [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
Inoculation and Inhalation lS8lati@n Camp- Under Way Adelaide Gradually Waking Up - Yesterday was a busy day for the he-aim authorities of-Port Pine, whoso eagerness to protect the town against tue threatened visitation of inlluenza was loruecl by the general recognition of the danger. The feeling of equan imity engendered by the sluggish pol icy of Uie central Board of Health has disappeared. The oliiccrs did not waste time in tackling' lite program of precaution agreed upon by the local 'board ol health. Early in the niorn ing the town clerk sent the following urgent telegram to the. Central Board of Health: "Local Board of Health de cided absolutely necessary establish without delay an isolation camp for intluciiza cases. Will you piease sup ply immediately 59 suitable ients, 100 beds, and bedding complete, including' sheets and blankets, full camp equip ment, induing kitchen, sanitary and hospital sections, one motor ambu lance (we will nd driver), 4000 c.c. each a.b. vaceine, u...
THE BADGE OF SAFETY. SIMPLE PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
THE: Ei&lt;\DGE OF SAFETY. RIUPr.K PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE. TIi Central Board of Health on Tuesday considered mailers relating :o the outbreak oi" influenza, ami de rided to iskiio the following' circular 'or general information: J. In an epidemic of this disease, the public have their safety entirely in their own hands. They can prevent J Ik spread: Jnynl obedi ence to a few simple directions is requisite. They also, even one or two individuals anions- them, can completely nullify all individual and combined effort to check it: nothing is required for" this pur-' pose beyond a little neglect, ur carelessness-, or Ihe smallest spark of selfishness. 2. Tie a while handkerchief round your left arm and wear it. This is the badge of safety and ser vice : for you should be a "pre ventive agent" in this community. It. will be a constant reminder both to you and your •'neighbor" at a time when eve it man is in a special sense his "brothers keep er." 3. The infection of this diesase. is...
Activity in Adelaide SUSPECTED CASES INCREASING. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
SUSPECTED CASES INCREASING. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Strict, precautions arc being- exer cised by the quarantine authorities to guard against, the epidemic of inJIu enzu. The chairman of the Hospital Board (Mr W. G. Coombs) stated to day that the situation continues to de velop at the Adelaide Hospital. Thir teen employes, nine patients from the wards and four from outside the hos pital are now in isolation at the infec tious diseases block. One case at the infectious diseases block is seriously ill, severe symptoms having developed during the night. The other cases are progressing: satisfactorily, most of the latter ones being mild and one or two doubtful. ' In view of tiie fact that a case had .occurred in another ward, and of cases appearing outside the hospital, it has been considered advisable to close the hospital to visitors except in special cases, and 110 fresh cases are being admitted to two wards. It is evident that a form . of influenza which, though mild in most cases, is e...
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL PARK. The managers of tlie Soldiers' Me morial Park, to raise funds, arc selling buttons. Funds are necessary for fencing and other improvements to a place that, is designed to do honor to the soldiers from Port Pirie. who helped to win victory. A button can be secured only by contributing" the cost of a post or a rail, or both, for the new fence.
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
CYCLING. >• A meeting of the Flinders Cycle C!ul) is to be held at the I'iric Hotel at 7.15 to-night, for the purpose of electing'-officers to arrange for a five niiic road race. On Sunday ;i hilly rim to Crystal Brook will be held, starling from Lew is' cycle works at 8.-'i5 a.ni.
SETILING PEAGE TERMS Disposal of German Colonies CLAIMS OF BRITHISH DOMINIONS. (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919
SETTLING PEACE TERMS CLAIMS OF BRITISH DOMINIONS. ..^—"lieuter's service.) • , ii" LONDON, Tuesday. A ec? 'Clique from Paris dated, to day, sq "ae British Empire - delega tion ml N afternoon. Mr. Balfour and LoV^-i'ilobert Cecil were present as. well as those who attended yester days meeting. ; NEW YORK, Tuesday A message from Paris says it is un derstood that the German colonies were again the chief subject of dis cussion on Tuesday morning. Special attention was paid to Japan's claim for the Marshall's group, it-is report ed that Great Britain favored the Jap anese retention. Japan probably will endorse Australia's claims to the South Pacific. The American plan was un disclosed, but it is believed to coin cide with the League of Nations' idea of ultimate self-determination, which Mr. W. M. Hughes regards as ridicu lous. , . LONDON, Tuesdav. M,i correspondent at Paris savs in \f!"CS n °f- tlle Gerfuari colonies m Afuca was discussed at this after noon s sitting- of the Supreme Coun...