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TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

TEMPERATURE. Mr. LeLievre reports the following" thermometer readings yesterday:— Shade temperature maximum 9~ deg.: minimum G7 deg\

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

on all Jewellery TO-DAY WE ARB SACRIFICING AT VERY SM&LL PRICES OUR WHOLE RANGE 01" PRETTY NECK LETS. THIS IS YOUR SUPREME OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN CHARMING JEWELLERY AT LITTLE j 'tCOST. Every Necklet Must Go. Gold Kewples GOLD NECKLETS WITH PENDANT DROP GOLD NECKLETS WITH GOLD KEWPIE jr, SEE THESE AND OTHERS QUICKLY. THEY'RE SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE. .. .. FROM 10/G .. .. FROM 10/6 Manufacturing Jeweller

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TYPHOID FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

TYPHOID FEVER. lesterday there were eight cases of typhoid fever in Port Pirie hospital, though none was serious.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PROTESTANT FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

PROTESTANT FEDERATION. j At the examinations held in 1918 by I the various colleges of music, the fol 1 lowing pupils of Miss A. Trcloar j were successful: Associated- Board of Music held in March: Primary Piano, Gladys Taylor, Gertrude Meyer, Phyl lis Taylor; elementary division, Mabel Sard, Eileen Treloar ; University of Adelaide, held in September: Grade VI. Gavin Green; grade^V., Gladys Taylor and Gertrude Meyer. Associat ed Board of the Royal College of Mus ic, held in December: Primary divis ion, Phyllis Zubernieh, MeHa Brown, Millicent Brocr, Alice Reed, Millioent Brydcn, Eileen Gould. Nellie Neilson, Gladys Smith. Amy Brumlield, David Sherwin, Thomas Wheeler ; elemen tary division, Phyllis Taylor, Donald Flavel; Lower division, Eileen Treloar, Mabel Sard.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PORT BROUGHTON v SHOP ASSISTANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

PORT BIlOL'Gli'TOX v SHOP ASSIST ANTS. A match was played on Wednesday between Port B rough ton and a team iron'; iii'' shop assistants. The imp la in of I he shop assistants won 111 • * fuss itnd gave the visitors first use of i!ie. wirkei. The shop assistants won by about 70 runs. This was the visi tors' ilrst giimo this season. Scores:— Port Broughton. • .1. Smith, b W. ^oblett . . - - - - ! S. Lock, b: White . - ~ 7 J. G. Hannon, c Noblell, it White IS .!. Collins c and b Arnold ....... ti i J. H. Hannon. b W. Noblett 0 F. Collins,- b Miilford .. .. .. 12 G. Goode. c Arnold, b Noblelfc . . 8 _\\ Keatherstone, b Arnold .. . . i V. Hannan, run out .. .... .. i L. Hanqan. e Noblelt, b Arnold . . C. Smith. not out . . . . .... . . 0 Sundries .. .. .. .. .. 0 Tula I \i 'i Shop Assistants. A. E. Berry, b Hannan .. .. .. ."Hi? K. Arnold, b J. G. Hannan . . <;. White, I.b.w. b Collins .... 13 W. H. Xoblctt, b C. Collins ?■> C. Noblett, b C. Collins i G. Miilford, e Collins...

Publication Title: Recorder
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NO HEAVY INDEMNITIES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

(MO HEAVY INDEMNITIES..^. (Reuters Service.) LONDON, Thursday. The "Standard's"1 . corrosponueiu «u Paris says the Peace Conference has eliminated any. intention of demanding that Germany should pay the Allies; the cost of, the war, or .to Impose heavy indemnities.

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SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING. Attention is directed to the fact that duties will be resumed at the school of Shorthand and Typewriting, Alex ander street, on Monday, February 10. Prospects and all information may be obtained on application to the Principal, Miss M. Simon, One-mile Crossing; Solomontown, or at the schoolroom, opposite the Central Ho tel, where intending students will be interviewed on Wednesday, February 5, from 2.30 to 4.30 p.m.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

CRICKET. .Barrier "Hotel played Relinery Am usement Ciub ua Wednesday in the presence of 200 spectators. Thy Am usement Club wou by 30 runs oil the first innings; Scores:— Barrier Hotel. Dyer, e and b McLaren 2 Davis, c Parnelt, b Gcnger . . . . i'J Lynch, b McLaren 7 Moyle, b McLaren .. 15 Lawrence st. Gleary, b McLaren . 2 Sundory, not out .. .. . . . . 17 .Jackson, si. Gleary. b BjorfclunU 0 Jiicbards, st. Gleary, b Bjorklund 0 Coutts b McLaren ...... .... r> >"e\vii);ii], st. Gleary, b BjorMund 2 Job, e Bjerklund, b McLaren . . t'2 Sundries . 1. ,T..lul .... .1 82 Cowling: McLaren, <i for 2S; Bjerk lund, 2 for .>2; Paruell, 1 for S; Ben cev, I for lo. Refinery Amusement Club. ■Panioii, b Dyer .. 41 Jaci.sou, b Lynch . . . 1.0 Cieary, c Moyle, b Dyer io Bjerktund, c Coutt, b Dyer .... '21 McLaren, b Dyer 0 . Brown, c. Moyle, b Dyer J Tail, not out. Neilsea, b Coutts 0 0'Toole, b Coutts 0 Denver, b Coutts 7 Uyan, 1) Coutts Sundries 7 Total . . . 112 Bowling: Dy...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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British Labor Unrest BOLSHEVISM IN EVIDENCE. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

soLSHEvisrri iw eujdemqe. (Published in The /rimes). LONDON, Tliursda The- position a I Belfast, on the Clyde and the Thames, and the north west Coast, has become worse, if any*, tiling: : though some srakil disputes Jiave been settled, rowdyism has com menced • in Glasgow, ■ strikers derail- j ing trams, ;>i)d assaulting' non-strik- I ersi There is much lawlessness al Belfast, with widespread burglaries and looting, owing- to the darkness. The London committee of the Amal gamated Society of Engineers is sum moning a mass meeting ol" engineers for Friday, to support the Clyde de mands. The Times, in a leader, says: "Un derneath the strike movement is a de liberate intention to terrorise the public, and create a disorder and vio lence, hoping to bring about Bolshe vism. The pubiic is wisely remaining calm, 'Winch attitude is likely to mini mise the threatened danger." (neuter's--Scrvlcel) A message from London says thai" the Imperial Cabinet has decided to take no action at presen...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROTECTED BY MASKS. SYDNEY PEOPLE ORDERED TO WEAR THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

PROTECTED BY MASKS. SYDNEY PEOPLE ORDERED TO WEAR THEM. In Sydney it has been made com pulsory to wear masks to prevent the spread of the infection. Though the use of the masks has not yet been ordered in this State it is possible that it may be. Medical men advise that masks should be worn in certain cir cumstances such, for. example, as when a person is in a crowded gath ering at a place of amusement or else where. The mask advocated is ah oblong piece ol' cheese or butter cloth of three folds, long enough to cover tne face nearly from ear to ear, and from under the chin to just below the eye;--. Tapes pass to the back of the eMj-s or to the back of the head to be tied. Surgeons' lint was used in other places, but experience showed that it was difficult to breathe through the 3int, and that is why the more open cloth was substituted; but the several thicknesses are germ proof, and spec ial marking indicates which side should always be exposed. Enterprising Port Pine drapers might ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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ANTICIPATIONS FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

• ANTICIPATIONS FOR TO-DAY. WELTER HANDICAP. Ptami, Simtler or St. Leocadia. 2.15—HURDLE RAGE. Fcrrignite or Hamato 3.0—.1UYENILB HANDICAP. "Mai t iei or Chamois 5-—TATTERSALL'S HANDICAP. -Minchinburv or Epistle 4.30—TRIAL STAKES. Prince Mitlberry or Bactris 5.15—LOYALTY HANDICaP. Thorngate. Alacrity or Bottle King.

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AMERICAN WAR MEASURES. (Reuter's Service.) WASHINGTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

ASsEFJICAiM wan FilSASyRES. (Reufer's Service.;) WASHINGTON, Thursday. The United Stales Food Administra tion has announced that President Wilson lias signed a proclamation re moving the restrictions on the manu facture of the so-called ''near beer." --The -House of Representatives' im migration . Committer^has-tentatively, approved" ~oi legislation prohibiting general immigration into the United States for a period of four years following thesigning of peace.

Publication Title: Recorder
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The Recorder Published Daily. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. THE TIME FOR ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

Published Dally. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. THE TIME FOR ACTION. No useful purpose can be served by bewailing the failure of the Central Hoard of Health to. protect Port Pirie from pneumonic influenza. Two j things remain to be done, and effort ! should be concentrated on them. If i pressure can be brought to bear, on the Government strong enough to compel it to act in accordance with its responsibilities, that pressure should be applied without an hour's delay and with all the force that can be used. And in any case a more elabor j ate organisation than now exists in I Port Pirie should be formed for the f purpose of carrying out all necessary | precautions. The failure of the Cen tral Board of Health is deplorable, and at the appropriate time Port Pirie ( should demand au inquiry and the fmfliclion of such rebuke as may be [ found just. But time is too precious j to-waste in recrimination. That must j follow-when-the danger has passed. I A brief recupi uiation of a few facts I wi...

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SUBSTANTIAL FREIGHT REDUCTIONS. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

V O: SUBSTANTIAL FREIGHT REDUC TIONS. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Thursday. The .Australasian shipowners, at a meeting, have decided to make a most substantial/ reduction on outward freight; beginning' with the first steamer, sailing in a fortnight, re-in stating sealc rates and maintaining the new scale for at least six months. The New Zealand shipowners, at a meeting, arrived at a similar decision.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

ANOTHER MAGNIFICENT PROGRAM. rrryw *3 ® S'Tff f THE BEWITCHING AND VIVACIOUS ACTRESS, IN Tin tV STORY OF A (URL WHO INHERITED A MILLION AND LOST IIER HEAD. 5 STIRRING & EXCITING ACTS Six A THRILLING AND SENSATIONAL CHAPTER. A TOP-NOTCH SUPPORTING PROG UM. .Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers, and Property Agents. 1 ■' Have H0ME3 FOR SALE in Good Localities on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. 7IM| Raiding Aiioiments near Smelters, and some fendy to Company's Baildings. Several townships to Select From. From JSf Deposit W@ ©an Supply the Land ByiSsi You the House Arid Lend You the Money All CosBsasais under Real Property Act prepared bj cur Expert Con veyancers. CONSULTATION AKD ADVICE FREE. om«s xuavuasK #tswkt. •• ?; •' i • Xmas Presents R. FLETT & SON JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Arc Still UNSURPASSED' for QUAL iTY and VALUE at the LOWEST PRICES. WHY? Because we import direct from ^ English and American Manufac / hirers. Because our .Jewellery comes di rccl. ...

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BRITISH NAVAL TOUR. (Reuter's Service) CAPE TOWN, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

SRiTISH j\'AVAL TOUR. (Renter's Service ) GAPE TOWN, Tliursda In the Assembly Mr. Malan announ- ' that a cablc would be sent to the j British Imperial Government, inviting ! British naval squadron to visit South J Africa on its way to -Australia. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

Monday Afternoon, 2,30 to 4.30 Congregational School Hall Ladies Isvited. Afternoon Tea. Admission -» Fre©. • Pr@w@nti@rs is better than Cure _ ——— : • / DON'T RISK CATCHING PNEUfrlOiMlC INFLUENZA. DON'T RISK CATCHING PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA, BUY A MASK - - TO-DAY AT . " ■ Charles Morgan's : ' ELLEN STREET. * W. F. WELLS & CO. The ,Gid Reliable House tor Clothing ■& Boots We are Still Selling MEN'S TWEED SUITS from 35/, 37/6, 45/, 40/0, 52/6 up to 85/. " MEN'S WiASIIING SUITS, from 21/, 22/0, 25/. 27/6, up to 50/. MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, 6/9, 7/0, S/0. 8/11, 9/0, 10/6, lI/0\ 12/9, up to "21/. MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS, C. & P., from 3/6, 3/9, S/H, 4/0, 4/l'i,. 5/0. up• to 6/11. - • MEN'S FASHION SHIRTS, from G/9, 7/0. 8/G. up to 11/0. MEN'S STRONG WORKING SHIRTS, from 3/9, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11, 5/0, 5/11, up to 8/11. MEN'S UNDERPANTS, from 2/6, 2/9, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6. 4/11, up L to 10/6. MEN'S SOCKS, fronr 9d„ 1/, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/3. MEN'S SOFT COLLARS, silk and cold, from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

CHEAP. light Buggy, double seal, good order, £12 : spring dray, £i'2: Trolly. £lo: (Main) Gas Stove. £5 !0/:BoosIey Cornel, £2.—Hallam, .street. WANTliVi. good Laundress: also as Yardsman, elderly man or boy. Ste wart's Grand Coffee Palace. Flor ence st. .. DANCING. A bANCb will be held TO-NIGHT. February 1, m tlte Town Hall. Ladies >Jd; Gents •>/. !(plus tax). Mrs. Herb Simpson, Pianist. ' Wanted Column. ! Under this heading 16 words (if prepaid), 1/; three consecutive inser tions; 2/6. No advertisement booked under 4/.! . THE MASK, Triangle's" latest triumph: a capital story in 5 big acts, featur ing Claire Anderson, the bewitching and popular/movie star. Casino, To night. FOR Sale, Ice Cream Business and all Accessories, chcap. G. Kiroff, First street, Island, Port Pirie. thfs UP to Date 'American Car, 6-cylinder, for Sale. Apply H. A. King, c/o L. Jackson, Solomontown. fsm WANTED to Rent, 5 or 6 roomed i House, term if required, reliable tenant. "Business Man," this ofllcc...

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TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

Til-DAY'S MATCHE " The program for to-day's matches is as follow:Port Pirie v StncltersB. Nos. 2 ground; Y.M.C.A v Smelter A, No. 1 ground. The team arc as follows: Port Piric.—G. Davis, E. Cooper. "W. •Dyer. ir. Harper. F. Wisdom, A. Weis by. A. McDonald, T. Angel. C. Smith, T. Mornsh. Lynch.- A. Davies. Smelter B (from) II. I. Campbell, -T. BirreU. L. Tardrew, L. Cole, J. Council .1. Coats. C. .Inspelt, L. Giles, L. Nor ton. \V. Ntman. \V. bans', A. C. Gray, .!. Uddle, H. liis'hman. R. Holdsworllt. Y.M.C.A.— K. Miller, Hew Severn. EL t;. Garret. /D . Smerdon, J. Ilorc. S. I'arker. E. L. Mitchell. C. McDonald. F.. 51. Waddyv Council, Prater; emer gencies: G. Kemp, Petty. Smelter "A."—J. King, D. Nuuan, W. Keats, E. Coults, E. Gardner, .T. Wilson. W". Davies. C. Bro\vn, N. Holdsworlh, T. Rothwel], L. Love loeh; emergencies: T. Richards and J. Scutcher. ;

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PROVISIONAL AGREEMENT (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

PROVISIONAL AGREEMENT (Renter'3 Service.) VANCOUVER, Thur A message '-from Paris states that the Supreme Council has announced that it has reached satisfactory pro visional arrangements regarding- the German colonies, also the occupied territories in Turkey and in Asia.

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