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STRIKES AND REVOLTS TURMOIL IN EUROPE. DISTURBANCES IN BRITAIN. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

I sriuis Mtf Bpiis TURIVJOSL IN EUROPE. DISTURBANCES IN BRITAIN. (Reuter's Service;) LONDON. Wednesday. - -The Clyde strike has become serious The hiajority of the big- shipyards are on the verge of closing. The strikers announce that their object is to "re model unionism and establish a poliey direct action."' , " : In certain sections of Glasgow yes terday the strike resulted in the clos ing down of many establishments, and throwing thousands of men out of work who had hitherto refused to strike. Agitators are endeavoring to bring in the seamen, raising a cry of Chin ese labor,also the municipal tram\Vay men and gasworkers, 'but hitherto have been unsuccessful.. A conference at Glasgow attended by delegates from everywhere in Scot land. also from ,Grimsby, Rugby, and London, resolved to urge the joint committee to prosecute the strike most vigorously until the Government its forced to negotiate, but to decline to approach the Government or the em ployers. i It was asserted thai se...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL, ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

LOCAL) ARRANGEMENTS". The ':>feyor and the officials of the locai board of. Jieaitli .made an carlv start yesterday morning- with' the work entrusted to them. Additional men were put to work at the site o£ the isolation camp. Kingston Park, in or der to lay out the ground; for the tents when they arrive. This work lias been placed by the Mayor under the supervision of Major Leonard, V.B., inspector of health, whose mili tary knowledge; in laying out camps will be of advantage. The site of the inhalatorium is "in the Soldiers' Memorial Park, fronting Gertrude street, and south of its in tersection with Alexander street. It is immediately opposite Messrs Bow den and Sons1 premises, by whom electric and steam power will be sup plied. The timber w-as soon on the ground yesterday morning, and a start made with the erection of the shed. The carp enters, were working all night and. the building will be built and equipped and erady for use some time to-day, though no time can be fixed fo...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Influenza More Serious Pneumonic in Adelaide PIRIE PRECAUTIONS HAMPERED CENTRAL BOARD REFUSES SUPPLIES [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

The Local Board of Health is mak ing a determined-effort to prepare for any emergency thai may arise in con nexion with, the spread of pneumonic ■ influenza. rc-assuring . state ments- published yesterday morning with reference to a reported contact, and tho Mayor's vigorous action people realised . that; the "local health author ities" were facing a serious situation with energy. , It is feared, however, that ' the local - board's energies may be restricted by the- inactivity of the Central Board of Tlcaith: That self satisfied body premised much when the deadly'epidemic was at a safe dis tance. But'iiow that it is "within the gates," ythe Central Board is showing howkjippotent it is in the matter of fulfilloient. It is clear that very little help may be expected from the cen tral authority. In fact, the Central Board seems disposed to take up an inexplicable attitude suggestive of re pudiation of its promises. Vaccine is not to be supplied free to the general public. At least the ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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TREATMENT AT THE SMELTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

.TREATMENT AT TIIB SMELTERS. A thousand'employes went through: \he B.H.A.S. inhalalorium at tiie Smel- , Ws* on Wednesday, and another 1 (.iiousand yesterday. The institution ( >s in operation night" and day. j Only an hour a day can be given lo ' noculation. for that is all the time ■ he overworked medical man ran spare. Yesterday lie inoculated 133 men. .. 1

Publication Title: Recorder
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Local Board Meeting CENTRAL BOARD OBSTRUCTIVE. REPUDIATES ITS PROMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

Local CENTRAL BOARD OBSTRUCTIVE. REPUDIATES ITS MO.UISES. ; A special meeting' of the local board of health was held last night io re ceive a progress report and consider the result of communications with the Central Board of Health. There were present: The Mayor (Mr ■ A. B. Foiv gan}, Crs. L. A. HopWns, T. R/Tay lor, M. L. Warren, J. F. Jenkins, '.the {health ojeer (Dr. 0. Loiicti)-.and the secretary (Mr. E. E. Garrett). Th.e chairman repoi'ted at length, on what liad been done since Tuesday Eight. He said a telegram, was .sent, to tjae Central - Board on Wednesday morning to iyhieli the -following reply was x*eceivea:—=•' \ ' ; > - Your\vire received; see my let ter, 10th inst please say how many eases have been removed to the hospital and how many patients are affected.. s Iu reply thereto the secretary of the local board wired:— No easW yet; board must make preparations, no accommodation at local hospital. They do not accept infectious cases gMy-vene NTJp T infected cases, ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

j • The LOCAL - BOARD of HEALTH hereby notifies tin' PUBLIC that, ow ing to their inability to obtain a sup ply of Vaccine-from the Central Board of HeaMh, FREE INOCULATIONv of thf PUBLIC CANXOT be CARRIED OUT for the present. The Board is endeavoring- to make arrangements -for a supply of Vaccine, ana further notice will be'given. re~ gardinjr the matter. ERNEST E. GARRETT. Secretary L.B.H. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. it is expected that the IKHALA TORIUM now being- erected on the Parklands in Gertrude street will be IN OPERATION TO-MORROW (Sat urday). Full particulars will be advertised. ERNEST E. GARRETT. Secretary, L.B.I L Such of the cable news on this page as is so headed appeared in The Times, and is cabled to "The Recorder" by special permission, it should be under stood that the opinions given are not those of The Times unless expressly stated to he so. W. F. WELLS & OSlie Old Beliable House for We are.. Still. Selling 'MEN'S. -TWEED SUITS from 35/, 37/0, 45/, •' '49/0, ...

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Wheat Scheme Muddle ACCOUNTANT'S EXTRAORDINARY EVIDENCE. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

j Wheaiicheme Muddle -o—— I .ACCOUNT,ANT'S EXTRAORDINARY i EVIDENCE. ADEUA3DE. Thursdav; j At a sitting of the Wheat Commis sion this morning Mr Commissioner Webb inquired further into an altera tion alleged to have been made in May last in figuica itspecUng the 1915-16 pool, bv which more fhan 1,000,000 bushels 01 wheat were transferred from the •■Wheat Sold" | column back into the "Wheat Held" j column. Mr A. J. McLachlan attends led to assist the commission.1 Mr P. Barbour,^accountant of the scheme, wive evidence that variations in. the figures, of wheat in, hand by the 1015-16 pool were accounted l'or pro bably vby gristing accounts. Altera tions such as had been made should. •• have been . explained to the, public if ' that return was supposed to supply 's information for scrip dealing. ' ■ The : Commissioner : Could " these J figures have been altered for the pur - pose of fraud for the benefit of any 1 body ' - i Witness; The' alterations could not have been made for the bene...

Publication Title: Recorder
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BROKEN HILL HOSPITAL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

8ECKEM HILL HOSPITAL ELECTION The election''- for four "..representa tives of .the contributing, -employes-: on the Board of Management of the Bro ken Hill and District Hospital was liekl on Tuesday.-'. K^ery contributing ei»;.>l<iye was entitled to a vole. The ballot r&siilted us follows: A. E. liuokell (PTL.L.) .. 2323 W. M. Dale (P.L.L.) 2315 W. OM'.onnell -IP.L.L.) .... 2315 It. T. Kelly (P.L.L.) .. .. .. 2312 W. IT. Morris {B.W.A.) . .. .. 653 W. McKay {B.W.'A.) . . .... GOD W. -I. Winterford (B.W.A.) , . 594 [A. Palmer ■B.W.A.)■ . 5!)i Informal .. .. .. .. .. 33 —

Publication Title: Recorder
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Germans Not Wanted PRETORIAN OPINION EMPHATIC. (Reuter's Service.) CAPETOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

Germans Not PRSTORViN OPEWiON EMPHATIC. (Renter's Service.) CAPETOWN. Wednesday. I iA crowded meeting- at Pretoria cur ried a resolution expressing- the opin ion that Tor the peace of the world, the safety.'of the Union, and tlic wel fare of the native races, none of Ger many'* ex-colonies should he res tor ex!. urging the repatriation of enemy subjects in the Union and the con quered territories, in view of enemy atrocities: also demanding- legislation for the scrutiny and, where necessary, the cancellation of naturalisation cer tificates issued to enemy subjects; also alteration of the immigration laws pravitUn&j^a^ rof such persons in the future. The majorities were overwhelming despite Nationalist opposition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

Wanted Golumn, Under this heading- 16 words (if prepaid), 1/; three consecutive inser tions, 2/6. JNTo advertisement booked under A/. - • THE MASK, Triangle's latest triumph; a capital story in 5big acts, featur ing Claire Anderson, the bewitching and popular movie star. Casino, To : night. % v FOR Sale, Ice Cream Business and all Accessories, cheap. G. Kir off, First street, Island, Port Pirie. thfs PIANO for Sale. Apply "Private," this office. wthf UP to Date 'American Car, G-cylinder, for Sale. Apply H. A. King, c/o L. Jackson, Solomontown. . fsm WANTED to Rent, 5 of fi roomed House, term if required, reliable tenant. "Business Man," this office. - fsm MADGE EVANS, the charming actress, in the World film star sensation, "Neighbors," a magnificent picture; one of the best. Casino, Monday and Tuesday. Don't- miss this. WANTED, smart Nursemaid, look af ter baby few hours a day._ Apply E. W. Bradley. Gertrude street, three doors from Fire Brigade. WANTED, Smart You ill, do for. coffe...

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Peace Conference DISPOSAL OF PACIFIC ISLANDS. (Reuter's Service) NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

DISPOSAL OF PACIFIC ISLANDS. {Router's Service } NEW YORK, Wednesdav. A report from Paris says President Wilson is expected to '-insist; that the disposition of the German colonies, as well as the territorial question; be set tled according- to the principles of the nations. "Where possible they should be administered under the trusteeship of neighboring nations. ;Mr. W. M. Hughes yesterday pre sented strong, arguments fop the re tention of New Guinea and Samoa, and said he would not co-operate with Japan on the islands. lie frankly ex pected the United States to regard Japan's claims as a potential menace to the Philippines and an encroach ment on America. "VANCOUVER, Wednesday. rClie Polish question was before the Peace Conference this morning for the purpose of instructing the Allied mission in the views of the: confer ence.

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COLOSSAL WAR DEBT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

COLOSSAL WAR DEBT, (neuter's Service.) LONDON. Wednesday. j LV noted financial authority, Sir Ed j ward Holden, presiding' at .a meeting' of the London Joint City and Midland [Bank, estimaled\ that the amount of: ' the national debts of Great Britain, Germany and the United States at the ejid of the war would be respectively £(>,518.000,000, £8,300,000,000 and £2,600,000.000. The figure given for Germany does not include the debts of the various States.

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AFRICAN FARMERS COMBINE. (Reuter's service) CAPETOWN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

I — : AFRICAFJ FARMERS COMBINE. (Iteufer's service ) CAPETOWN, Wednesday. At Bloemfontein a .congress of re presentatives or 1 lie co-operative so jcicties" of all the provinces iias con firmed the establishment of a federa ted fanners' co-operation of South Africa, with the object of exporting produce, and importing- supplies' on a very large scale. •

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ANOTHER SPARTACUS OUTBREAK. FIERCE FIGHTING IN GERMANY. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

i ANOTHER SPARTACUS OUTBREAK. FIERCE FIGHTING IN GERMANY. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Wednesday. | » The Times correspondent at The ! Hague says violent "strikes are oceur \ ring at Potsdam, accompanied by ' bloody street lighting, between Suar i tacist and Government troops, sixty being killed dally. The city is waterless, light-less and tramless. A section of Spartacists captured Frederick the Great's castle at Sans Souci. The Times correspondent at Copen hagen reported on Wednesday that the Spartacists control Wilhelmshaven. They have occupied the railway and stopped all traffic.

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SIX CHINESE MILLIONAIRES. SUSPECTED BOLSHEVIST AGENTS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

SIX CHINESE MILLIONAIRES. USPECTED BOLSHEVIST AGENT (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. i Router's correspondent at Peking ■ says the Russian* authorities on the ' Manchuri.m frontier arrested six [ Chinese under suspicious circumstan ces. The Chinese were searched, and six and a half million roubles were found on them. It is believed the money was intended for Bolshevists' propaganda.

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Warships for Australia TWELVE PRESENTED BY BRITAIN. SIX DESTROYERS AND SIX SUBMARINES. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

TWELVE PRESENTED BY BRITAIN. SIX DESTROYERS AND SIX SUB MJAIB1NES. .. (United Cable Service.) -; : LOND ON, Wednesday. It is learned in Admiralty circles that; the British Government has de cided to present six of the newest de stroyers and six submarines to Aus tralia in recognition of the tireless effi ciency of the Australian navy through-, out1 the war. >7.V: v

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The Seton Murder COLONEL BUTTERFIELD ON TRIAL PROSECUTOR'S OPENING STATEMENT. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

COLONEL BUTTERFIELD ON TRIAL (United Cable Service.)' LONDON. Wi'dnesdity. Sustained public interest is shown in fhc further investigation inlo the .Major Seton shooting case in the West London Police Court. Colonel Rutherford was hro.u^hA from Brixton- 'Gaol, and was' a.gaiiv charged with wilful murder. He- show ed suppressed restlessness, but sow regained his self-control, lie watched the proceedings intently. Sir (Archibald Bodkin, who pr-aaeLHi ted, largely repeated the story cabled on January 2-i. lie insisted that Col, Rutherford's fictions .weptr deliberate between I he lime of the . quarrel with his wife at Cai'shaiten and the enact ment of the tragedy, it was further noteworthy that no altercation was heard before the firing of the shots. Mrs Rutherford wrote to her husband in July, 1018. before the letter cabled on January 24: •'Have you ever known me to refuse forgiveness? Only come back to me, my lovie, for you are the most vital part of my life." fPublished in The Times...

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A SOLDIER'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

A SOLDIER'S DEATH. Mrs. May, of Seventh street, Pine West, has received .a sympathetic let ter 1'rotn Lieut. G. B. Guest. C. Com pany. 5Ui .Pioneer'. Battalion, A.I.F., -ivuijr Uet.'iiis of the death of her hus band. Pie W. C. May. The . writer stales that deceased was a member of his platoon. "It was on..t.lie jnoniing of the 'iStli September,*' lie says,' "about <>. 10 a.m. in an'attack on the enemy lines. He was hit through the head and killed instanlly. so he suf fered no pain. The battle in which we both took part was one of the great est ever fought in franco, it 'will com fort you and your children to know \\iuit a brave and gallant soldier he \yas, and gave his life for a good and noble cause. He was always will ing and cheerful, and did his duty as a soldier. for which I cannot say enough."

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WHEAT STACK FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

WHEAT STACK FIRE. II b expected tliat the loose wheat on lop of the damaged wheat slack at Solomontown will be removed ia the course of a few days. The fire insurance companies adjuster returned to Adelaide yesterday. ,It is not ye* decided whether a police enquiry wia be necessary as to the origin of the lire. ' ■' ^ The wheat slack was inspected hy a .'number of officials yesterday, including- Mr. G. Vardon, secretary to the South Australian Wheat Scheme, the Hon. .L. 0'LougTilm and Mr. Mc Donald, members of. the Wheat- Board, Mr.. Sicvens. milling- "expert, and oth ers. The cleaning- plant is at work, hut operations have not yet started at the hag-gin;? plant. . :

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DEMOBILISATION IN GERMANY. (Reuter's Service.) COPENHAGEN, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 31 January 1919

DEWOSILISATlOri lN GERMANY. :: (Reuter's Service.) COPENHAGEN, Wednesday A semi-oiuciai report lrom Jtseriu; says the whole of the western army is demobilising: and only one nundred thousand ot the eastern armv are not.. The demobilisation of troops m the distant theatres is anticipated in February. ■

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