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PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. THE VACCINE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES. THE VACCINE QUESTION. Lm Tuesday .me chairman of tJie Central Board of Health (Dr. Ramsay Smith) made a statement regarding" recent investigations into the spread of infection, particularly of pneumonic influenza. He said: "In October, 1918, the English, Local .Government Board published a memorandum on epidemic catarrh and influenza, with an appen ds which embodies the conclusion of "i recent conference of bacteriological experts at. the War Office. The ap pendix deals mainly with investiga tions into preventive . inoculation and the treatment of actual cases by the ' use of vaccine. The memorandum i points out that the real difficulty is to delinc influenza. The most charaeter • istic feature of the disease is its oc j currence alolong' .intervals, as an epi demic, which spreads "rapidly from . country to country, and from contin i ent to continent, and affects probably a much higher proportion of the population than any other infectious disease. Towards th...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Not a Bolshevik THRIFTY WORKERS' VIEWPOINT. (By a Unionist in Sydney "Sun.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 1 February 1919

THRIFTY WORKERS' VIEWPOINT. (By a Unionist in Sydney "Sun."} What, is a Bolshevik? To me Uie answer is. simple. A Bol shevik is a man who tries to secure by cajolery or force the good, tilings of life that his tack of brains or indus try prevents him from acquiring leg itimately. A friend of mine lias put the savings of years into .a' small business. The other day a Bolshevik said to him, "Wait liil we get control of things, we'll . shake up .youcapitalists.-"• It amused my friend to be called a capi talist, but he asked for details. "What would you do with a concern - like j this?" he inquired. The ways of Bolshevism are de lightfully direct, it seems. Said the red-ragger: "We'd lake over this concern as it stands." | "Buy it?" queried my friend: . | "Buy it, be damned!" cried the j gentle Bolshevik. "We'd .just take j it. If we thought you could manage it we'd let you go on at a salary. If not—outski!" "And you think that sort of thing would work?" my friend remarked. "It works al...

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

CONSTIPATION poison* tho system. Nujol, the internal lubri* cant, relieves withoai griyinjj or forming * habit. STANDARD OIL CO. (New Jertey) Peawlobv All Chemists. £&S 8TBEES.

Publication Title: Recorder
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PLAYGROUND CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

PLAYGROUND CONCERTS. The first of a senes ot open-air | entertainments will be given on the Children's Playground on Wednesday next, at 8 p.m., by the Excelsior Band. The Town Council and the B.H.A.S. are subsidising the band on the under standing that at suitable intervals it provides free open-air concerts. The object is a most worthy one. and it is hoped that the people will show their appreciation.

Publication Title: Recorder
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FALSE FIRE ALARM [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

FALSE FIRE ALARM The lire brigade was called out oy it false five from Alexander street, which reached them at 12.8 a.m. on Sunday. There is a strong suspicion as to the identity of the culprits.

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE. Tlie" monthly meeting of the Pirie branch of the South Australian Al liance has been postponed to allow its members to attend a meeting in con nection with the Protestant Federation to be held in Dunn. Hall to-night.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Recorder Published Daily. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919. CIVIC PRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

Published Dalfy. MONDAY, FEBRUARY* 3, mo. CIVIC PRIDE, 2s ever before have the outward signs of patriotism been- sc* .apparent in Australia, particularly in Part Pirie, ;is present. Every opportunity is taken to wave flags;- cheer and assure the world ...generally what, a fine .people, wc are. This manifestation <3f national pride is the natural expression of re lief after the trials of the past four years. . I : . Danger lies, however, in allowing lhes« celebrations to -over-shadow their source. True patriotism does not lie in boasting about, our glorious deeds of the past or our present strength, but, in promoting by all the means in our power the welfare, 'both moral and material, of our people. By striving for this every individual be comes a true patriot. Innumerable ways o'f expressing patriotism exjsl. Hundreds of men and women in Pirie have proved their faith during the past four years by the part they played in the war. That the haven of peace iias been reached s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

ADVERTISEMENT RATES. "THE RECORDER," PORT PIRIE. The Scale of Charges for Casual Advertisements in ''The Recorder" is as follows: Each Insertion ... .. .. -1/ Each Insertion after third insertion, with out resetting .. . . 3/ Each t Insertion after eighth insertion' with out resetting .. 2/6 Wanted Column (if prepaid), 16 words for 1/ Wanted Column (if prepaid), three con secutivc insertions .. 2/6 Scatters (16 words each) 2/C for tfiree Birth, Death, Marriage, Funeral, In Memor iam and Return ' Thanks notices .. . 0/ per incfi «3d. for each ■additional line Rales for Contract Advertisements wilt be supplied on application. [ per inch per inch per inch

Publication Title: Recorder
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GERMAN COLOMES. DISPOSAL NEARLY SETTLED. JAPAN'S CLAIM OUTSTANDING. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

GERMAN COLOM5ES. DISPOSAL NEARLY SETTLED. JAPAN'S CLAIM OUTSTANBEMG. (Reuter's Service.! LONDON, Saturday. The Paris correspondent of .the "Daily News" says reports of various; difficulties in the settlement of the colonial question are exaggerated. It is understood that tlie representatives of the Dominions accepted the view that their interests would be ade quately protected if they were nomin ated as mandatory authorities under the League of Nations. Thus South Africa would become trustees for German South West and East Africa, New Zealand for Samoa, and Aus tralia for the Pacific Islands south of the Equator. It is understood Japan is prepared to apply the same, principle to Kiao Ciiau, which under certain reserva tions will revert to China. The only question remaining is the destination of the Pacific Islands north of the Equator, which Japan cliams.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

U.A.O. DRUIDS. POUT PIRIE LODGE No. 43. MEMBERS of the, above. Lodge and Ord n' arc- requested to MEET at the HOSPITAL THIS DAY at i.J5 p.m., to iollow Hie remains of our late Bro. WALTER ROADS to the Cemetery. E. C. POPE. A.D. T. K. OLSEN, See. . CARPENTERS' AMALGAMATED AND PROGRESSIVE SOCIETIES. MEMBERS are respuc-lfttlly inform ed ilial- Uic Funeral of our .lain and re spected eumradc, .Mi- WAuER ROADS, wili leave Port Pirio Hospital at -i p.m. TO-DAY (or on arrival of Ade laide Irani) for tlic Port 'P"iric Ccme lerv. A. E. WILSON, See. A.S. of C. it J.

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AMERICAN TRANSPORT ASHORE (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

AMERICAN TRANSPORT ASHORE (Reuter's Servicc.) LONDON, Saturdo The American transport Narragan- J sett, from Havre, to Southhampton, has gone ashore at Bom or; dire Point. A train ferry is. standing by lo receive the troops.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

2 BIG STAR SPECIALS. 2. 2 BIG STAR SPECIALS. 2 ALICE 3RADY, the Picture Idol, in t'Ve Sig Sensation, A DARING AND EXCITING DR'AMA. ,. ST-ftR No. 2: ' MADGE EVAMS, the Midget Star, in a Glorious Romance, TO-NIGHT. A GREAT SUPPORTING HILL. , TO-NIGHT. GASINQ-—~TO-N!GHT. Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers^ and Property Agents. Have H0M2S FOB SALE In Good Loaglliies on SMALL DEPOSITS ana EASY FOBTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. iaillBg Ailetaests sear Smelters, and mdy t3 Company's Boilings. townships to Select From. All Sesamssts under Res2 Property Act prepared by veyi cur 2xp»« Con CONSULTATIOS AND ADVICE FREE. CFPIOI: JtUKUlDXR hro Still UNSURPASSED for QUAL ITY and VALUE at the LOWEST PRICES. WHY? Because we import direct from W English and American Manufac i turers. : Because our Jewellery comes di rect to us from Melbourne and Sydney Factories. Because Ave Pay Spot Cash for all Our Goods. Because Our .Prices do not in clude any Middleman's Prolit. If you are liiniking- of Ninas or New Year PRES...

Publication Title: Recorder
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INFLUENZA Pirie Campaign Advancing TREATMENT NOW AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

TREATMENT MOW AVAILABLE. Good progress was made during: Saturday and yesterday by the Mayor' (Mr. A. B. Forgan) and the secretary of the local hoard of" health in ex pediting- the preparations for a. 'visita tion of influenza. The two tents received from Ade laide will be put up to-day in the hospital ground. These tents will accommodate two patients each. Twen ty tents were brought from Weeroona yesterday and handed over by the B.H.A.S. Company to the local board of health. They will be erected I to-day on the site of the isolation camp, Kingston Park, under the sup ervision of the B.H.A.S.. Fittings are j required such as bedsteads, mattress es, and bedding. The bedsteads will be sterilised and repainted, after use, before being returned to the owners. Blankets, sheets, and pillowslips also will be thoroughly cleansed and disin footed. Straw mattresses will be purchased by the board,'if necessary. Small camp tables are needed. The local board is working hard to prepare f all the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

Bight in the busiest season, when you have the least time to spare, you are most likely to have an attack of diarrhoea and lose valuable time, un less you have Chamberlais's Golic and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand and take a dose at tre first appearance of the di sease. Sold everywhere. Prevention is better than Cure DON'T RISK CATCHING PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA. DON'T RISK CATCHING PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA. BUY A MASK TO-DAY AT Charles Morgan's ELLEN STREET. W. F. WELLS k CO. The Old Reliable House for Clothing & Boots We are Still Selling" MEN'S TWEED SUITS from 35/, 37/0, 45/, 49/0 52/6 up to 85/. . MEN'S WASHING SUITS, from 21/, 22/0. 25/, 27/6, up to 50/.' ■*-' •MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, 6/9, 7/6, 8/6, 8/1-1, 9/6, 10/0, 11/6. 12/9 up to 21/. .. MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS, G. & P., from 3/0, 3/9, 3/11, 4/0, 4/11. 5/0, uj> tc 6/11. MEN'S FASHION SHIRTS, from 6/9, 7/0. 8/6, up io 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...

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APPEAL FOR VOLUNTARY AID. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

APPEAL FOR VOLUNTARY AID. The local board is inviting appliea Lions from citizens for Hie loan of cer tain articles as advertised and paid cooks and wardsmen will be engaged. An appeal is made for the voluntary services of trained ex-nurses, sisters hospital orderlies, and others, as well as untrained help, to form a Y.A.I).. in( connection with the camp. Persons desirous of helping- in this useful pat riotic- work are invited to leave their names with the chairman {Mr. A. B. Fortran), the secretary (Mr. E. K. Garrett), or individual members of the local board of health.

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BIG CONCERN DISORGANISED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

big CONCERN DISORGANISED. Burford's factory, one of the largest of its kind in the Commonwealth, had just been completely remodelled. A French soap expert for some months past had been engaged on -bringing the plant into line with the most mod ern installation. The firm .has. a brunch establishment in Hind marsh where they turn out all the accessories for their- business. The cases- used in packing are made from wood "sawn at, their own miii, and tile cardboard boxes and printing branch alone is a fair-sized factory. The lire will result, in turning adrift, at any rale for some lime, scores of employes, both men and women. For some time to come, it is .probable, the. soap trade and its allied industries in South Australia will be .seriously disorganised by the enforced stoppage of operations /at the factory. Bur ford's have built up a very big busin ess throughout Australia, and make! the greatest part of the.soap used in this State. ilajor. .Tay, now staying in Port Pirie, in charg...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Great Fire in Adelaide Burford's Soap Factory Destroyed IMMENSE SUNDAY AFTERNOON BLAZE ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

/ ADELMDE, Sunday. - One of the most extensive 'ancl .spec-■ tacular tires witnessed in Adelaide in recent years occurred at Burford's Soap Factory- this afternoon. It is difficult at present to ascertain the real extent of the damage, as it will be necessary to have a thorough examin ation of the ruins in daylight. The lire is still smouldering-. So far as can he seen the premises were gutted, with eonisderable stores of soap, candles, and fat. The origin of the fire is a mystery, i Several men who were working at a boiler heard a terrific noise. They rushed'out and found apparently the I whole place well alight. It was en- j • veloped in fire and smoke, and running j burning fat carried the conflagration .quickly, round the large building. Burford and Sons' factory is well known. It is situated in a congested area in the south-western portion of the city. For that reason great fears were entertained for the safety of the people, hut nobody appears to have been hurt, and the fireme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

LIMITED, GREAT REDUCTION IN SUIT PRICES £5/5/ for £4/12/6. £4/7/6 for £3/12/6. TO MEASURE. W. H. BRUCE LTD., THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, Alexander Street, Port Pirie. This Afternoon, 2.30 to 4.30 Congregational Schopl Hall ladies Invited. Aftersosn Tea. Admission" Free.

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Looting Feared BRITISH STRIKES EXTENDING. MARTIAL LAW PROBABLE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

Looting Feared BRITISH STRIKES EXTENDING. MARTIAL LAW PROBABLE. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. Classed strikers on the Clyde, re porting to increased intimidation, burst in two shipyards, grabbed and carried off the employes who had remained at work. The strikers threaten to par alyse transport and plunge the. city in darkness if their demands are ignored. The majority of the corporation el ectricians have struck, cutting pff factory supplies of power. The Belfast strike has further ex tended. Three thousand pickets swarmed into the workshops and brought out employes of various firms using their own electric plants. The Belfast correspondent of the "Star" says that serious developments are momentarily expected. The auth orities fear wholesale looting, and are considering the proclamation of martial law, at least after sunset The Dublin correspondent of "The Times" says the strike is extending to the southern towns. The strike is attributed largely to high prices, though food ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIAN RACING. MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

VICTORIAN RACING MELBOURNE, Sunday. , Following ;i!11<• re.suits oi A.spen rtalc Park races. held yesterday: WELTER HANDICAP. St. 3Iira (Harrison .. 1 Lingerie- (Cairns) . . .... . . - ■ (Steel Brook '"Fox) ...... . . •> After a dead fi.-al. St. Mira beat Lingerie in Ihe rru nff. Helling: <3 to 4 agsl the winner. I BEACH HANDICAP. j Xistico (Donipsey) .. .. .. .. I Wedge (Cairns) 2 Distant- Star (Eaton) •» Betting: Winner !> to i agst. j BRUSH STEEPLE. j Bethune (Srobie) - • 1 Goocliand (Pinkius) 2 is'arbetliong (Butler) . •'> Winner: 20 to I agst. > A SPEND ALE HANDICAP. | Sauci (Cairns) 1 AYaymea (Dempscy) 2 Pendule (Walker) ;j Winner. 0 lo i agsl. i WELTER PURSE. 1 Jack Friar (Kerr) .. .. .. .. l Flickei'ing Rays (Lyons) ...... 2 Robadie (Bulier) .. .. .. 3 Winner, G to I agst. . r JUMPERS' FLAT RAGE. | Shadow Dancer (Cairns) .. .. ... 1 ■Mabu (Williams). .... 2 Pro Tem (Cain) .. .. .. .. .. j' Winner, 4 lo I agst. i

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