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Returned Soldiers Welcomed A MILITARY MEDALIST. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

A MILITARY MEDALIST. By (lie afternoon (rain on Wednes day, there returned to Port Pirie from abroad, Sgi. George Braokenrldge, M.M., 16th Battalion, and Upl. J. W. 1 Sheri'l', Stii Battalion. They were accompanied by Pte •). <-. Hall, of the ■ 6th General Reinforcements, of Port Germein, who sailed from South Aus tralia in .time i'.US. hoping to be able to serve his country. lie got as far as' Durban '.S.A.) where news was received that ihe armistice had .been signed. Another heartily welcomed visitor was Sergt. A. E. W'estwood, of the 1st A.C.C.S.. who enlisted from Tasmania, but travelled north from Adelaide to see some friends. . There was a good gathering at Solo inontown railway station "to welcome the returned men. The school was in session, so the head master, Mr. G. Chartesworth, with his juvenile drum and file band, and the school children as a body, assembled at the station to participate in the welcmoe. The strains of "Home, Sweet Home" brought tears of gladne...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEATHER FORECAST. Port Pirie, 3 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

WEATHER FORECAST. Port Piric, 3 p.m. I ' Cool, southerly winds; fine, except for light showers.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOKING DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

COOKING DEMONSTRATION. For a week past, between the hours of 2.80 and 4.30 .p.m., cooking de monstrations have been given in the Institute Hall. It has been chiefly for the benefit of ladles, but there has been a fair representation of the other sex, who could not withstand the temptation of an enjoyable afternoon, combined with afternoon tea. The hostesses were the Misses H. J. Rod gers, and J. V. Lawton. These after noon gatherings were arranged with an object in view. No charge was made for admittance. The object of the demonstrations is' to show what can be done with certain lines of groceries. The demonstrations will be continued in the Institute Hall till Friday.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RETURNING SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

RETURNING SOLDIERS. The following soldiers arc return ing to Australia on the transport Saxon. The approximate time of arri val will be published shortly before disembarkation:— Lieut. F. C. Tall, M.M. Pie A. R. Anderson, Pte H.E. Beet, Pt«" R. V. Kelsey, Pte W. E. Bishop, Pie F. C. G, Bollenhagen, Gnr. W. T. Bridge, Pte E. II. Brooks. Pie V. V. B-vwn. T/Cpl. G. Burne (M.^I.), Pte W. Cantwell, Cpl. F. G. Carter, Pte E. R. Charnoek, Pte W. A. Cooke, Pte A. C. Cox, Spr. A. F. Cross, Ptc W. E. Curtiee, Pte G. E. Curtis, A/Cpl W. E. Dempster. Pte G. J. Draper, Ptc J. Ed gar. Dvr. D. \V. Edwards, Cpl. W. Ellerv, Sgi. L. Ellis. L/Cpl. R. W. Ellis, Ptc "H. Faust, Pte W. M. Field. Spr. .T. Fit ton, Spr. R. Fotherby, Pte C. C. George Pte C. Gilbert. Pte L. T. Harding, Ptc E. Hargrave.s, Pie W. Hainslater (M.M. and bar), Dvr. A. H. Heward, Ptc K. F. Iliggs, L/Cpl. J. Hillary, Pte A. Hodge. Dvr. A. C. Irines, Cpl. 0. W. Jones, Pie S. Kirkpatriek. Pte F. W. Leverington, L/Cpl. E. Longden, Dvr. ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. CLASSES FOR PORT PIRIE [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

WORKERS' EDUCATIONAL. ASSOCIATION. ' 0 CLASSES FOR PORT PIRIE. About u year ago the general secre tary of the Workers' Educational As sociation of Soutli Australia was invit ed to visit Port Pine, in order to en deavor to form classes; and,-as the outcome of sevei'al public lectures, a number of names of intending students, were handed in. - - On his return to Adelaide, the mat ter was placed before the University Tutorial Glasses Joint- Committee. Ow ing ■ to the distance from the city, and the lack of qualified tutors in the local ity, it was considered that the only way to provide classes for Port Pirie was to secure the services of a full time tutor. As a commencement it was'decided Jo advertise for a qualilied man to take "tutorial classes in, both Port Pirie and Broken Hill. For some time past the S. A. Joint Committee has been nego tiating with the N.S.W. Committee for that purpose. These negotiations have resulted in the appointment of Mr. Rudolph Bronner, B.A., who will tak...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lamp Bearers 2000 AUSTRALIAN NURSES. RIGHT TO THE FIRING LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

2000 AUSTRALIAN NURSES. RIGHT TO THE FIRING LINE. Some of the splendid deeds of ilia -A.I.F. nurses were recounted at a lun cheon given by the Millions Club on Thursday afternoon, when the guests were many nurses who hod returned from the front (reports the' Sydney Sun). principal Matron Gould, R.R.C., told a great story. She said that every woman who went in for nursing and continued it had "a shingle of!."' But it was satisfactory because one lived for others. "At any rate," said Matron Gould, '•one can go through life untram melled," (Great laughter.) "If I had been a man I would have been a soldier," said the matron a 1 little later, as she recounted that she! went to the South African war in 1899. n that occasion 26 nurses went from j this State, 26 from Victoria, 16 each j from South Australia and Queensland, ■ and 14 from Tasmania. J "Don't bother,"" said Macron Gouid, ; "about what people are saying about] the nurses in an inquiry. You can believe what you like about the men...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

on all TO-DAY WE ARE SACRIFICING AT VERY SMALL PRICES OUR WHOLE RANGE OF PRETTY NECK LETS. THIS IS YOUR SUPREME OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN CHARMING JEWELLERY AT LITTLE COST. \ Every Necklet Most Go. I, i.Vi Gold Kewpies GOLD NECKLETS WITH PENDANT.DROP GOLD NECKLETS WITH GOLD KEWPIE y, SEE THESE AND OTHERS QUICKLY. THEY'RE SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE. FROM 10/G FROM 10/G MaDa&ctorii^|ewelier

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South Australian Heroes CASUALTY LIST, No. 450. Killed in Action. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 30 January 1919

CASUALTY LIST, i\o. -450. Killed in Aclion. Pie G. J. Haas, Gallington. Gpl. B. G. Lincoln, Darlington. Accidentally Killed. Pte J. Russell, Goombungee Died of Wounds. T/Cpl. L. G. Weathers, Fullarton Eslate. Died Other Clauses. ■W.O. A. Hastings. Naracoorte. Pie G..H. Joyce, England. Pte A. H. Martin, England S/Nurse I). A. . llidgway, Cook's Plains. Gnr. F. S. Webb, Millicerit Prisoner of War. 2nd Lieut. M. J. Kilsby, Blanchc Town. Wounded. Pie P. Aldridge, Perth Pte A. E. Brown, Payneharn. 4tb occ (p.r. ill). Pte R. T. Penna, Jamestown. Gnr. J. G. Saminons, England. • 111. Pte F. W. Altmann, Neales' Flat (p.r. arr. England.) Pte E. Annells, Woodville Spr. B. G. Baines, Nth Adelaide Dvr. W. G. Balchin, Wentwortb, NT:S.W. ' Pte E. A. Beagley, BrOinpton Pte A. R. Beclcer. SaddleworUi A/Bdr. J. H. Bellhouse, Adelaide., p.r.w. Pte M. R. K. Bilucy, Stirling West, p.r.w. M.T./Dvr. G. W. Blake. England Pte J. Boomsum. America, 2nd occ. Dvr. D. G. Bowman. Willkawatt Pie L. J. Breen, Norwo...

Publication Title: Recorder
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"THE MASK." BIG CASINO SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

"THE MASK. BIG CASINO SENSATION. , In . the -week-end program which opens its season at Casino this even ing- will be found a line Triangle star feature, entitled "The Mask." It is a comedy drama in five acts, featuring the vivacious Claire Anderson, whose acting has made her a favorite with movie patrons. She plays the part of •Sallie. She could stand poverty, betted* than prosperity. She was right en ough until an old uncle made her his heir -to a "million." Her progress as an heiress is "told in the opening. The second item introduces the sixth episode of the "House of Hate," this week's series being entitled "The Liv ing Target," a sensational chapter of. adventure, which features the popular Pearl White and Antonio Moreno. A strong, supporting program will be J shown. I

Publication Title: Recorder
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Returning Soldiers AENEAS CONTINGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

A E.N E AS CONTINGENT. The following soldiers are now on the way back on the Transport Aeneas: L.-Cpl. J. ,S. Andrews, Ivl.il.; Pte. F. C. Arbery. V - Pte. J. Baillie. Gnr. E. "F. €hennell. Cpl. R. W. J. Clark (M.M.), Pte. Is'. J. Cloak, Pte. A. Col lard, L.-Cpl. B. Cooke, L.-Cpl. S. H. Cox. Dvr. II. J. Edwards, Dvr. P. M. J. Egan. Pte. E. J. Fairey, Sgt. H. Fowler. Dvr. (A. J. Gale, Pte. A. E. Gluckert, Gnr. S. A. G. Haverland, Pte. J. T. C. Haworth, Pie. S. K. Hine, Spr. W. G. How. Pte. F. W. James, Pte.i J. P. John son, Cpl. L. II. Jones, Gnr. H. 0. Jung fer. ' Pte. J. F. Kain, A.-.GM.S. H. E Kemp, Pte. J. W. Kennett, Pte. C. R. Kent, T.-Cpl. L. Ivernot, Dvr. L. L. Koch, Pte. R. G. Ivrieg. Pte. W. G. Link. Sgl. L. B. Mackie, Pte. F. H. Maries, Pte. J. T. Marshall. Spr. L. B. Mat thews. Pte. T. E- Murphy, Pte. S. G. .MeGilchrlst. Spr. J. Newberry, Dvr. A. II. New man. Pte. T. B. Paimer, Pte. A. Perry, Pte. A. C. Perry, Cpl. N. V. Pitkin, Sgt. !£. A. Pullen, Pte. A. Putre. Pte. F. ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. O.M.B.—A routine flush is an or dinary sequence of one suit. A royal routine flush is a sequence of one suit, from I lie ten to the ace.

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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

WEATIIEU FORECAST. Fine, .moderate; tempera lure risiiigr j in the west. South lo east winds. !

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

SHIPPING. High Water: To-day at 7.57 a.m., and 9.17 p.m. The shipping1 now, in the harbor now includes the Highland Monarch, the War Citadel and the Ivadina. Tlic Anglo-Mexican sailed yesterday morning for Liverpool via Sydney. She will load at the latter'port with wool.

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PASSENGERS WARNED. COMMUNICATION WITH BROKEN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

PASSENGERS WARNED. COMMUNICATION WITH. BROKEN • . : ■ HILL. Paserigers -wlio left JPort Pirie for Broken Hill yesterday: afternoon in inticipation of an unhindered journey, ,vere thrown into consternation at jiad&tone, where they were warned :liat ttiey would probably be stopped it Cockburn, and proceeded at their own risk. No official information to this effect ■ame from Adelaide to Port Pirie yes-., terday. If traffic is suspended it will i probably be for the protection of :Broken Hilt against the spread of ^neumonie inlluenza from Adelaide. (To the Editor of The Recorder.) Sir,-—The precautions that are be ing taken in Port Pirie to prevent ihe spread of inlluenza should include the enforcing- of the Corporation by-law which prohibits spitting on footpaths. The members of our corporation have on several occasions threatened action, but there the matter has ended. Let »is hope those responsible will lake drastic action at once — -Yours, etc., CITIZEN.

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BREACHES OF THE EDUCATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

BREACHES OF TUB EDUCATION ACT. The following parents were filled at the Police Court yesterday, for ne glecting. io send their children to school ou sin ted dates: Ilenry Smith and Matliew-'Amundsen, 5/ each; John James O'Brien, 2/G: with 20s costs, in default'a-'week's'imprisonment in each case. Mr. D. C. Scott, S.M., ad judicated.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Influenza in Adelaide DECLARED TO BE PNEUMONIC. SEVEN NEW OASES REPORTED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

leluesza in Adelaide DECLARED TO BE PNEUMONIC. SEVEN NEW OASES REPORTED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. ■Tiie chairman or tl e Adelaide Hos pital Board, (Mr W. G. Coombs) said hismorning: "Most of the cases in ihe influenza ward of the infectious diseases block to-day. were nptilied to •:he Board of Health as pneumonic in fluenza. The Adelaide Local Board jf: Health and the Central Board al ready have been acquainted with the circumstances of the cases and of their infection. Seven fresh cases have been admitted.. Two of these ire nurses who were in attendance on nUuenza patients. There are also two patients and one male employe from •he hospital, one being doubtful, and two from ,outside, one being doubtful. The other outside case recently ar rived from .Melbourne. The patient vho was seriously ill shows-improve rocnl-, but a later case is now serious. "The present accommodation at the nfectious diseases'block, it is feared, will soon prove inadequate. In addi tion. to; 30 inlluenza cases, th...

Publication Title: Recorder
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The Recorder Published Daily. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1919. HEALTH AND ITS CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

Waz. Jlkcotba Published Dally. FRIDAY, JANUARY ol. 1919. HEALTH AND ITS CONTROL. Health may be regarded as one of Uic main foundations of human happi ness. From it spring strength, con tentment, and prosperity. The man that neglects his health i$ an enem> to himself. He is an enemy also to his fel'ows, for the consequences of neg lect do not confine themselves to the une Thev extend far and wide, from one individual to another, from town to town, from country to country. The influenza epidemic now fighting for a deadly grip of Australia is a vivid lllu stration. When a year or so ago it broke out in Spain the peculiar form in which it appeared was so unusual that it was called Spanish influenza. Now it lias travelled throughout the world, reaping a frightful harvest of death and desolation. Not even the isolation of Australia was able to protect it. Baulked for a few short months by rigid quarantine it has broken through and now is leaping far and wide Disease does not recognise ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT. "GO TO BED AT ONCE." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT. "GO TO BED iA:T ONCE." In a Quarantine bulletin issued by Surgeon-General Blue, of {lie .United States Public- Health Service the fol lowing- information on the disease as it appeared in America was given: The disease is characterised by sud den onset. People are stricken on the street, while at. work, in factories, shipyards, offices, or elsewhere. First there is a chill, then fever with tem perature from 101 (lea-, to 103 deg.. headache, backache, reddening and running of the eyes, pains and aches all over the. boy, and general pros tration. Persons so attacked should so to their homes at once, get to bed without delay, and immediately call a physician. Treatment under direction of the physician is simple, luit important,' consisting principally of rest, in bed, j fresh air, and abundant food. Every case with fever should be regarded as serious and kept in bed at least until temperature becomes normal. Con valescence requires careful manage ment to avoid se...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FRENCH ON THE RHINE. (Reuter's Service.) BASLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

FRENCH ON THE RHINE. (Reuter's Service.) RASLE. Wednesday. The French have occupied, a bridge head on the left bank ot the Rhine i near Weil. • v: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

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