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Disposal of German Colonies WILSON INSISTS ON TRUSTEESHIP SUPERVISION BY LEAGUE OF NATIONS PACIFIC ISLANDS. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

PACIFIC ISLANDS. (United Cable Service.) LONDON. Tliurscl The Times correspondent at the Peace Conference says that President Wilson urges with, great tenacity the view that all the ex-German Pacific Islands, including the Carolines and the Marslialls, should be entrusted to Australasia as mandatory. If she gains tlie point it will establish a good moral precedent for a settlement of more difficult matters. He also wish -es to avoid the possible menace to. the Philippines and Panama through Jap anese occupation of the Islands. Whe ther it. will be possible to find for mula of trus teeship satisfactory, to Australia and the other Dominions re mains to be seeiu The debate is of real importance because it raises the work of the Conference to the crea tion of a new world through the prin ciples of the League of Nations. The French press claim that the American system merely means that the mandatory nation may be paying the administration expenses while German trade will exploit - the te...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OCCUPATION OF TURKEY. (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUVER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

OCCUPATION OF TURKEY. j (Reuters Service.? VANCOUVER, Thursday.; T2ie Military Board lias ordered a report on..the-distribution of the nec essary military forces in Turkey, pend ing the action of the Conference re garding the government of Turkish territory.

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STRONG BRITISH CRITICISM. (Reuter's Service.) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

STRONG BRITISH CRITICISM. ''Reuters Service.) . Sections "of the British press strong ly criticise the British delegation in Paris. >■: ' The "Globe" says it is giving away the Empire, and adds: "The majority of Englishmen strongly support Aus tralia's claim to the-Islands .in-the.'Pa cific, and are alarmed that the Domin ions are not supported." The "Morning Post"'-says: "The British delegation is virtually surren dering British interests, and sowing the seeds of discontent, which must disunite the Empire." (ReuterTs Service."! PAPJ3 Thursday. | Important sections of opinions re- ' gard the crisis over the mandatory system as threatening the whole Con ference, even threatening the stability of the British Empire. There is no doubt that the protests from Mr. "SV. M. Hughes, Mr. Massey and General Botha at Wednesday's Cabinet- were of the gravest character. The South Africans frankly declare that the de cision would gravely increase the dis loyalty in South Africa. ✓ Mr. Hughes an...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

DO NOT LET YOUR THOUGHTS DWELL TOO MUCH ON THAT GREAT SCOURGE, BUT GIVE A THOUGHT ■ TO THE . . THAT IS NOW IN ALL ITS GLORY. THE SUCCESS OP THE OPENING WEEK MAKES US; FEEL CONFIDENT-THAT OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE TOWN. :: THERE ARE VERY SPECIAL. BARGAINS TO BE HAD IN ALL DEPA RTSflENTS. TO-DAY WE QUOTE FROM TWO ONLY: FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. Are now showing a tine range of Grass Mats, ancl Squares in all sizes and most popular designs. You must see these to appreciate their exception al value. TELESCOPE CAMP BEDS, extra strong, at the very low price of 23/6 each. WIRE DOORS, a few only left in size 6ft'Gin. x 2ft. Gin.,: to be sacri ficed at 18/ each. DECK CHAIRS, GARDEN SEATS, CANE CHAIRS, and LOUNGES in great profusion and right prices. We are showing a good aossrtment of TOILET SETS, and our prices are quite the Lowest. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Gents' ' Underpants , and Singlets, from i/G. ' ' BOYS' NEVER TEAR: SUITS, alt sizes, '-19/9 for 14/6; Men's Fur Felt HATS 6j, and 6 7-8...

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BIG CASINO SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

BIG CASINO SENSATION. Iii the week-end program which opens its season at Casino this even ing- will he found a fine Triangle star feature, entitled ''The Mask." It is a ; comedy drama in live acts, featuring the vivacious Claire Anderson, whose acting- has made her - a favorite with hidvie patrons. She plays the part of Sailie. She could stand poverty better than prosperity. She was right en ough until an old uneie made her his . heir to a "million.r' 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 3Ioreno. A strong supporting program will he shown.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

CHURCH OF CHRIST. I.O.O.F. Hail, Florence Street. Pastor J. E. Shipway. 11 a.m. "Give ye them to eat." 7 p.m.: "The Christians Standard." METHODIST CENTRAL MISSION. ALEXANDER STREET. Rev. Edgar Miller. .Morning 11 and Evening 7. TENNYSON. Morning 11: Mr. J. Williams Evening 7: Mr. T. R. Taylor. SOLOKIONTOWN METHODIST CHURCH. 11 and 7: Rev. Gordon Rowe. PORT PIRIE BAPTIST CHURCH. Opposite the Recreation Ground. 10 a.m.: Junior C. E. 11 a.m.: Rev. A. Gowans 7 p.m.: Mr. P. Ivejv Farewell Social to Mr. and Ilarnp next Tuesday. "Women's Meetings Recommence. Next Thursday, at 3 p.m. Subject: "Women's Sphere."'Speakers: Mrs. Teague and Mrs. Gowans. Music and Afternoon Tea. PIRIE SOUTH BAPTIST CHURCH. Solomon town Railway Station. CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. Ji a.m.: Mr. E. Quarlly 7 p.m.: Rev. A. Gowans. Public Meeting and Social next Wednesday. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Florence Street. 11 a.m,: Rev. Thomas D. Webb 7 p.m.: Rev. Thomas D. Webb. Communion. • A cordial invitation extended to 'all. THE ...

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IN THE PUBLIC EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

IN THE PUBLIC EYE. An urgent call by pigeon post from Weeroona to the Srnelteufe reached Dr. Leitcli early at daybreak yesterday, and the Company's, launch Jeanette was placed at his disposal. An em ployee named - Walter Roads; 51, a married man, was seized with serious internal trouble during the night. The doctor brought Roads back at once to Port Pirie in the launch, landing about 12.30 p.m. At 1.30 p.m. air operation was successfully performed Roads is progressing favorably, but h is case is regarded as serious. The general manager of the B.H.A.S. (Mr. W. Robertson) wired to Mrs. Roads, at her address, Montpelier street. Parkside, and she will reach Port Pine to-day. J * „ Word has. been received that Cpl. 0. A. Schullze, 3rd Light Horse, is returning to Port Pirie by this after noon's train. His parents live at Solomontown. He is a brother of Tpr. S. W; Schultze, who returned re cently. Mr. S. H. Pimlott, farmer, Hundred of Port Pirie, who was oil a vlist to Ballarat (Vie.}, ha...

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TATTERSALL'S RACES. WELTER HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

TATTERSALL'S RACES. wklter handicap. Seven furlongs. St.. liJ Kingbier io 3 Thorngale . . 10 Isle of Skyc 9 9 Ptami y ■ (j Sunder <1 </, Colchis v •> Moderation si:'. Perform . . . 8 12 Longacre . . 8 10 Blue Steel . . 8 s Likely S 7 "\Valtle Day .. . ^ '7 JtillarneL Ruse S i Money Spider . - . . $ 2 Telegony , .. .. .. 7 13 Maldon King 7 12 Sir Marco ;'imp." 7 12 Batte "Wood; .. 7 12 Joyship 7 11 St. Leocadia 7 11 Bonnie Bobuclil .. ,.B 7 10 Bilberry .. 710 Theoda 7 8 Straithaird 7 7 Ethel M 7-7 Earlsraere 7 7 Miss'RestI'ui 7 7 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. LYbout two miles. Ferrigniie 11 ■> Hamako 11 0 Andy -Donald ; -. - . 10 5 Williup - • 9 11 IVytol .. .... ........ y 10 Blount Mil Ism ■ • 11 S Adnolla King .......... S> i The Gaffer Lord Oliver - - ...... .... i> 2 Arktos •• •• 'J " RobervaL .. .. '•)' Disputant - - ... - V 0 llorsley . . ...... . . . . ■ . 'J JUVENILE HANDICAP. Five Furlongs. Marachowie 9 1 Maltiel - 8 '< Seal King S 2 Cha...

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Sporting [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

(By "Cfiuringa.") It was understood that Epistle was due to leave for his new home this week, but apparentlyplans have been altered. He has been nominated for the Ararat meeting on February 5, and lias been Well looked after, hay ing been awarded 10.5 in a seven-fur long welter. lie will run at Tatter sail's meeting to-day, and if Bax does not carry him off his legs early as was the ease on Monday, he holds good prospects. Kongorong and MinchinbeiTy are the only ones I would pick to beat him, as Ben's time is to come. Kongorong is bound to improve on his Foundation Handicap form, while Minchinberry's showing was altogether too bad to be true. He should be judged on his New Year's Gift running. Two of the hardest races to pick will be the Welter and Loyalty Handi cap, as many of the horses are doubly engaged. It. would seem as if Thorn gate is going for the five-furlong race, and yet he has been doing seven fur Jongs work. Kingbier has plenty of weight in the first, and it is just po...

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CENTRAL BOARD'S RESOURCES Tents for Four Patients! PIRIE SEEKS LOCAL AID. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

■■mm Clients! PIRIE SEEKS LOCAL AID. Developments at the Town Hall esterday confirm the impression that "he Central Board of Health is in a Huddle. The secretary of the local ooard (M. E. E. Garrett), early, in the iftcrnoori received the following tele jram from the Central Board : Please report, at once action taken in connection- with matters in. -my telegram of yesterday. Mr; Garrett concluded that refer ince was made to the following mes sage- . ■ Your board must keep to the ar rangements to isolate effectively iirst case or cases in or at hospital and notify this board immediately. ?.take provision for beds, bedding, and other requirements as arranged only according to "probable necess ity from time to time as gauged by. officer of health. , ; He replied as .follows:— This board" cannot manage iso lation at hospital as you suggest. There, is no accommodation. The two tents sent there wriit take on Jy two patients each. This board considers it imperative- to estab lish isolatio...

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Influenza Epidemic PREPARATIONS IN PIRIE Inhalatorium Nearly Ready [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

News of tins progress of the influ enza. epidemic, wat reud •■jscrl} mv| terday, and the bUQic.it ,widel}_ discussed. Many i uri'< i*. were cur .•en I in Port Pnu nf Qb"b" sad 'foa-1' :acls.VAli tliesi iurior% wW 'baseless ' Jt became -known early in tlie morning that Dr. Leitch had beenspecially summoned to Weeroona and for some •irnfl people jumped to the conclusion mproperly that influenza had broken out in She holiday camp. " Major Leonard, inspector of health, las marked off the isolation camp ;ite, in readiness for the tents the lo ?1 board of healtli hopes to get. The site is at Kingston Park, and ■ com prises, au area of 40 acres, It is tlie . >kl golf ground, at the corner of La 'ayetie and Balmoral roads. The southern half will be occupied by tlie -ents for women and the northern half will be set apart for men. .The ground :ias been cleared uy. Then creation • f hath, sanitary and kitchen accom modation will be proceeded with at mce. Water will be laid on fro...

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Kaiser's Crimes SOCIALIST VIEW OF PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

I. -. " .SOCIALIST yiEW OF PUNISHR/IENT. How far is the Kaiser ,guilty and what; punishment ought to be inflicted upbn him? (asks H. II. Ilyndmah, the cioyen of the British Socialists, in the London Sunday Times). These are questions which, when l'ully answer ed, will probably have a much wider application than to the German Em peror himself. But Wilheim II. is un doubtedly the man who, in the judg- j -ment of the people of ail civilised -j countries, outside the Central Powers, j >s more responsible than anyone else j /or the desperate war of aggression ; jow coming to an end. He, too, is in i directly the ruler who inspired the -commission of the wholesale atroci- j lies by which the war has been ac-, jompanied. They were carried out in > accordance with his orders and under ' ais personal direction. I The Emperor, with his Federal Council, coukl have prevented these outrages by land and by sea from the Jirst. He never attempted to do so. : jn the contrary, the horrors "of i...

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Disease in Adelaide EIGHT MORE CASES. SPREADING IN ADELAIDE SUBURBS. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

EJGHT RflORS CASES. PREADING IN AI»ELAIDE SUBURBS. - ADELAIDE, Krida I Practically the only fresh develop | ment of in±iuenza announced this , morning was that there liad been eight ; admissions to the infectious^ diseases . ii'ock at Adelaide Hospital since the previous day, and two suspicious cases h:id. been notified from St. Peters. Questioned over the telephone the town clock at St. Peters, Mr S. l\eeves, staled that the two persons concerned lived in the same house and were re • moved r on Thursday to the Adelaide ' hospital. The home has, been isolated by the police authorities. The pat ients live at Stepney. | The three serious eases are slight ly improving. It has been decided in view of the outbreak of influenza to*" postpone the entry of mcdical students to the Ade laide hospital until further notice. The j night clinics will also I)©-'closed for a time as from this evening, rand notice of the re-opening will be. made public. The attendance on outpatients will be limited ...

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BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

i BAPTIST CHURCH. The anniversary services of the Pirie South Baptist church are an nounced for Sunday and Wednesday next. Mr.. Quartly and the Rev. A. Go war. s are the preachers for Sunday. At the public meeting' and social on Wednesday, the Rev. Gordon Rowe will deliver an address.

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CONQUERING THE AIR. (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUCER, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

CONQUERING THE AIR. (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUCEH, Thursday. A joinl agreement has been arrang ed for air travel between the United States and Canada/

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MASKED V.A.D. PATROLS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

MASKED Y.A.D. PATROLS. The Red Cross began - a campaign against influenza in Sydney on Monday when the Annandale V.A. Detachment, in charge of Miss M. Jacobs, comman dant, patrolled Fitzroy Ward. All wearing masks, the Y.A.'s pre sented a striking appearance, and. they will visit the houses in AVooIloomoo loo, Darlingliurst, Elizabeth and Rush cutters Bays, distributing literature and advice as to the precautions ne cessary to combat the disease. A postcard addressed , to the 'depot commandant, in the shape of a Red Cross form for 'voluntary workers, asking numerous questions as to whe thertraine or otherwise, is distributed, so that by filling it hi arid affixing a stamp anyone who wishes to help may apply for appointment. Instruction in the making- of masks is also given. Special dodgers, printed, in red, consist of "How to Deal with Pneu monic Influenza," "Inoculation Spells Protection," and a special issue of the "Red Cross Record," outlining the plan of campaign, will be left a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

L5oo»h€d'- Healed Protected. S AiSt* - h^' ■& 'ft Chopped- hands and % 'chiJhlanis are often a T ^3 source of positive lor- ! - i^g-tnrc- Tlie .finders and hands be-. 5 ^ come rtd, --inflamed. 'swollen* ' ■ erackert. and W#*<y1»nir.. partit-Miar'y .al^ut ^ the knV<&]»* an«1 "<vnst,< - nre?*Ini«js with > Sa»d-UuS w*M speedily restore ihs hands-v » tound,.. healthy state. Zam-Btilc f; 3v^\ will at onc***$aot»ie and relieve the pain, I *4 \\^ ^rtify the f.ivv a-jraiTi^n U»e attacks £ a \-"V°r 'ii^effc^e'irerm^. and rapidly heal p;vin» £• 3 («l cracKs. . ^> nnp f>*eri miF»t from jfs *|/S charped hawdaif ihey hsi* Zaiii-liuk jf ' 1 U 3<VV •tw* » vw..' TT*^ THE OREfiT ^ pot, | :■-■■ ' XW ■ «SSR!!SK>RffS^

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Isolating a State AGREEMENT BETWEEN STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

IsoIaHisga State AGREEMENT , BETWEEN STATES. The following are the main provi sions of the agreement reached at the special conference of Federal and State Ministers and health officers and representatives of the British Medical Association for the isolation of States. Reduced Travelling. In view of the heavy mortality at tendant on epidemics of pneumonic influenza in other countries, and the evidence that its spread coincides with the rate of human travel, conference is of opinion that it is desirable in the public interest to take any measures to check public travel that are at all likely to lessen the spread'of the dis ease. It is recognised that such restric tion does not afford an absolute safe guard, and is liable to prove ineffec tive at some stage in the course of the- epidemic; but the conference, while recognising this, nevertheless considers that the attempt to limit the original epidemic by this means should be made, and should i>e continued un til proved1 unsuccessfu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

SORE MUSCLES. ' \ For soreness of tlie muscles wheth I er induced by violent exercise or in j jury, Chamberlain's Pain Balm is ex I cellent. This liniment is also liighl? | esteemed for the relief it- affords in ! cases of rheumatism. Sold every- j where. . | Such of the cable rows on this page i as is so headed appeared in TheTimess 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 be so. V

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PROTESTAN FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

PROTEST AN EDERATION. i A public meeting in connection with the South Australian Protestant F ! oration will he held in the Dunn Hull, Alexander street, at 8 o'clock on Monday night. Mr. J. V. Wilson, >'X M.L.C.. will explain the aims and ob jects of the Federation, with the view to the formation of a branch.

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