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TRAVELLERS TO PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

TRAVELLERS TO PORT PIRIK. ; To ih 13 Editor of "The Recorder."} Sir,—Do you not think that seeing his terrible plasm* has reached -Ade laide. that it would be a good idea o have erected say ...at the Warner town railway station, a fumigation hut. and • make it compulsory lor all arrivals joining by train to be fumigated. I Llo not for one moment think that Uk plague will show itself, unless carried lore, hence my suggestion to have any 5erm that might be on its way des troyed before reaching here, of course -ome wi/i say it would never do to de lay the train, look at the time it will take, but surely the health of the town is of more importance" than the mere delay of the train. ^,1 named Warnertown railway station, because if say Solomontown, I believe some would dodge the ordeal by walking to Pirie from there. I Van. etc.. SYD. K. EDWARDS:

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Excelsior Band Social [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Last night the members of the Ex celsior Band entertained their friends at a smote social in the A.W.A. Hall. Anions the guests of the evening: was Private George Cryer, an tviizae who :re mined yesterday from service .-abroad. There was an excellent at .tendance, and the proceedings went wuii u swing from start to finish, Tastefully-decorated tables covered .with a plentiful supply of refresh axients were arranged round .the hail. - A program of songs and recitations ;\vas' gone through in a creditable man =ner by .Messrs Sommervilie, Pitman. iLawrence, Kemp and Malcolm. Mr. ■Lawrence's imitation of various musi cal instruments was an item deserving ■of special mention, as was also Mr. Kemp's . reeitalion- of one of C. J. Oennis' poems. The secretary read letters from the 3>layor (Mr Forgan) and .Mr J. S. Pad don regretting their unavoidable ab sence. In the course of his statement Mr Daws, the secretary, said that after passing though a trying time the band was now in the happy...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VIRULENT WAVE IN BRITAIN. (Published in The Times). LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

VIRULENT WAVE IN BRITAIN. (Published in'The Times). LONDON", Saturda Indk-y lions point to a fro sir wave of iillucnza spreading' with great viru i-iico throughout the United Kingdom, oiTespondiiig like the previous out u-cak with a notable elmnge in Ui'.; vealhei". . "

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIGHTING INFLUENZA The Pirie Campaign Gassing the Germs GASSING GERMS. MANY PUBLIC INHALATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

pfMTING: I:NrLUENZ\ The Pirie Campaign Gassing the Cernis GASSJNQ GSRW5S. MANY PUBLIC INHALATION The public inhalatorium was in full swing yesterday. Up to an early hour in the, afternoon about 150 persons had been treated. The most enthus iastic supporters of this method of fig-hting- the influenza. srenn were the school children. Shortly before' -i o'clock they swarmed around the plant and inquiries elicited the fact that for a number of them it was the second visit in the oneway. The treat ment is not unpleasant and both young and ok! agreed that there, were 110 unpleasant results.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALCOHOL AS A REMEDY. LONDON EXPERTS VIEW. (United Service Cable.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

ALCOHOL AS A REMEDY. london [•:xi>i-:iri"s view, t'Uuiivd Servit-c Cublu.) : london, Saturday. I Sir .huiHJ.s f :;uillic slates liml alco nil is the only valuable uiitidole for he-new form of influenza. .Many piiy sk'inns are prescribing il, and the scarcity of alcohol is a'disgrace to the' •onlrolliBg authorities.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MASKS IN PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

„ MASKS IN PORT PiRIE. . j Masks have- made their appearance in Pine. A visit, yesterday to the Commonwealth Bank, Ellen street, disclosed the fact that the officials were uniformly masked in accordance with Hit! uraciice of the Adelaide office of that institution..

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
In the Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Mr Syd. H. Pimlott, of Hundred of $Pirie. who is suffering- from pneu monic influenza, and is in Lli.fi .isolation camp at Ballarat '(Vic.), iias been ver\\ ill, butt there is now a decided im provement. and his condition is more promising. A_ telegram was received to that effect yesterday from his part ner, Mr A. A. W. Cocks, by .Mr Mani fold, manager for, Messrs Geo. Wills and Co. Mr. G. H. Morris, who is supervi-; I iniy the worknijr of the installation, was for many years head dispenser at the Rangoon Government • Hospital, and in the treatment of some of the opidemios which occurred there sim ilar methods to those at present being: used here were adopted.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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American Shipyards Idle WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

American Shipyards Idle ' WASHINGTON",- Sa lurday. Twenty-live thousand -shipyard; workers- at Seattle and Tacoma have ■ struck for higher wages. Thirty thou sand workers at San Francisco also threaten to leave work. These disputes drew an .announce-. ment from Washington to-day that the Government proposed to "let the job stand." The Director of (Shipbuilding has declared that most of the yards need ed a breathing spell, and the Govern ment would "not continue, to furnish work at extremely high wages unless increased skill and output justified that course. The Seattle builders are asking for o dollar an hour.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Strikes Look Ugly GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO INVTERVENE GLASGOW GUARDED BY SOLDIERS (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Ui (ITeuter's Service.) LONDON. Saturri Tile latest from Belfast states that the-strike situation is become more ugly. The strikers' bulletin announ ces that owing to the" refusal of the employers to consult the Lord Mayor a more drastic policy is being-- con= sidered. Pickets notified the ship builders thai they will not be allowed to use the works without a permit from the committee. Highway robberies are fashionable in the suburbs.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Conflicts with Police [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

OanflScts with Police The Riot Act was read and the counted and foot police charged with batons. Several strikers were arrest ed, including two strike leaders, Kirk woojl and Gallagher. The general public feeling increas ingly opposes the" strikers owing to their intimidation and the enforced unemployment of neutrals. There are indications that the hack of the Belfast strike is breaking. The leaders have begun to quarrel. The Belfast correspondent of the "Evening News" says the Corporation has enlisted 30,000 special constables' «vit!i a Mew to recovering the control of the city. It is slated that the nucleus of the force wi!i be a large body of Sir K. Carson's volunteers, who will retain their arms. The. Miners' Federation lias inter viewed. Mr Home' and lias pressed 'a demand for an increase in wages of . 30 per cent., a six hours day .>mi the nationalisation of mines. Mr Hornc promised 1o suhniil. the ; claim to the Cabinet and reply in a week. _ | (Published in-The Times.) | ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Troops Guard Glasgow (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Troops Guard Glasgow (United Cable Service.) LOISDON, ' Saturday.' '< The Glasgow strikers have relapsed into sullen quietude. Troops are guarding the main streets. . -mi' Shmewcll, chairman uf I ho strike committee, has been arrested and charged with inciting to riot. Bail has been refused. The Prime Minister replied to Mr ■Devlm that lie wholly agrees with the last massage to the. Clyde men. The Goverameni does not control ihe hours and rates of pay in shipyards. The Belfast correspondent of tif£ Manchester "Guardian" mentions the unwillingness of leading employers lo conclude new seclionat bargains with the unions in view of the closely inter woven interests of shipbuilding throughout the United Kingdom, not ably Belfast and Clyde. There is a feeling that the-Govern ment should take the lead In establish ing a national agreement regarding hours and pay. lUnjied Cable Service.) LONDON, Saturday Night. Messages from Glasgow slate that to-night--a crowd, consisting chiefl...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Tin; monthly meeting was livid las! night at tin- Council Chambers. The i Mayor M. A. B. Forgua) presided. ! Tiir health inspector ; Major Leon ' ard) reported elcxen cases of isi [ lions diseases during the fortnight— '■> i:i Sulomontown ward. 3 in North I ward and •'! in Sou Hi ward. Inspee lior.s of houses and business premises luul been made. During the fortnight itn inspector from the Central Board of Health visited the town principally in connection with septic lank reporis. • >n Friday, January ol, he inspected ilie dairies outside the town bound aries. Three notices to amend in saiutary conditions hadN been served. On the motion, of Ors.Hopkins and Tayior it was decided that- the bank at the Solomontown creek be built "up at a cost of £5 for the purpose of keeping the water back l'rorii the rub bish lip. - TJh* Americans «rc building' no few er Tnan forty :;.0!RMon tuix'tfUiry schooners for Hit*Trench Government sovt-ryi inive already been delive...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROTESTANT FEDERATION. PIRIE BRANCH FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

PHGTESTANT FEDERATION. 1'IRii-; BH'ANI.III FORMED. Mr. P. Wilson gave an address last night on.the objects of the Aus traiiari Protestant Federation. There was a fair attendance' at the meeting', which was held iii Dunn's Hall. Mi'. J. C. Shipway, who presided, introduced Mr. Wilson as one of the founders of Hie Federation, lie went on to point out in a short address Lite reason why tic considered the Pro testant Federation should meet with support. Prior to Mr. Wilson's ad dress Miss White sung "Garden of Roses." Mr. Wilson on rising' lo deliver his address, was greeted willi. cheers, in the course of an earnest address, foliiiied by quotations and figures in support <>r fin.' Federation, h.e said the disloyal utterances and actions of l>r Mannix. the Roman Catholic Arch bishop of Melbourne made, him the .best friend the association had, for they ii.'id assisted the propaganda of the Protestant Federation lo a great degree, so much so thai at present in Victoria il...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
150,000 SCATTERED GRAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

150,000 SCATTERED GRAVES. The Imperial War Graves Commis sion finds that {here are 150,000 scattered soldiers' graves in France mid Belgium, in land that wili be cul tivated or afforested; and. they pro pose.to exhume the bodies and re lmrv them in the soldiers' cemeteries. If has been found impossible to ac cede to the wishes of. a few well-to do individuals who wish to remove their dead. The Commission feels that •'a lusher ideal than that of private burial at home is embodied in these war cemeteries in foreign lands, where those .'-who fought and fell together, officers and men, lie together in their last resting-place, facing the line thej srayj tlieir lives to maintain."'

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CENTRAL BOARD'S LATE MOVE. SCHEME FOR COUNTRY CENTRES. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

CENTRAL BOARD'S LATE MOVE. SCHEME FOR COUNTRY CENTRES. ADELAIDE,. Monday. •me position was still regarded as satisfactory, to-night, when an official it:port, stated that there were no dan- : ?erous cases, and only eight persons 1 were seriously ill. Dr. Strangjnan"#' .•Xpert report is not yet available, and il is not expected'until a . late hour ) lo-night-, if at all. ^ i The Central Board of Health is j irranging a general country scheme so ] I hat by a definite common plan, if dis •ase broke put, it can Lie controlled immediately. The precise details have lot been disclosed, but tiie machinery Is being perfected so as to ensure prompt and effective action. ' Port Pirie will be advised at once of he plan as well as other important ; .'ountry centres. , MAROONED AT COCKBURN. The Premier said he had received a j ■elegram. from the Mayor of Broken < III I. urging the Government to supply • uilitary tents and cither aceommoda- ] ;:on for the railway passengers who « tad be...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Wheat Stack Fire NO INQUIRY TO BE HELD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Wheat Stack Fi-e NO INQUIRY TO BE HELD Questioned yesterday afternoon as lu the progress of work at-the Solo montown wheat stack, Mr. A. E: Jay, who is in charge for the Wheat.Board, expressed himself as hopeful that; the lire is subdued. At any rate there was no indication of its presence yes terday. In one deep -fire pit the fire had penetrated to a depth of thirteen hags. When Mr. Deland, the adjuster for the tire insurance societies interested in the pool, gave his opinion as to the origin of the fire the statement was accepted as indicating that no inquiry would be necessary. Constable Ken nedy who had the matter in hand for the police, ascertained" that just be fore the fire started on top of the wheat stack sparkswere seen to be issuing from the stack of the cleaning plant. Mr. D. C. Scott, S.M., has de cided that there will not be an inquiry.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. APPLICATIONS are hereby invited for" trie POSITION of COOK-(Male preferred). and also for POSITION of S WARDS MAN in connection with pro posed' Isolation Camp. i Particulars to be obtained from" the 'secretary. } ERNEST E. GARRETT. ' Secretary L.B.H.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EFFECTIVE MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

EFFECTIVE 1V3EANS. Here is a good Bealty story, from the lips of an ex-navy man, who was serving under Admiral Beatty—then eaptai n—ai the time the incident- oc curred. Ho had under his command two very "hard cassis" of men who were always he ing' brought he Core him on one charge or another. One day he asked them_ what punishment they considered they de-served. "Shot at sunset, sir,-' replied one man cheek ily, and the other concurred. "Right!" said Beatty. ".March them away!" At sunset the prisoners were march ed on deck and halted right in line with the turret guns. They we re then blindfolded, and Beatty ordered one of the gun crews to load and lire.' It is impossible to train any of a boat's guns on to its own deck, but the men forgot this in the excitement of the moment. The shock cured them, and they never .troubled Bealty again. 1

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOCTORS' VICTORY OVER DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

DOCTORS' V5CTORY OVER DEATH. The following figures give s'ouic idea of the extent to which medical science is conquering fatifT sacki^s in war: - In the South African war only one num died of wounds lo every live or so who died from disease. In tlie luisso-Japanese war there were two deaths from wounds lo one from disease. 'the figures in the Australian unils in this war show that 100 men died of wounds for each one who died from one of the many illnesses devel oped by trench warfare and all tiie other enemies of ihe doctor. Tlie figures are the more remark able when it is remembered that the deaths from wounds are now a very small proportion of Ihe total wound ed.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COMMENT BY THE PREMIER. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

COMMENT BY TIIB PREMIER. ADELAIDE. Monday. *' The Premier (JIr A. II. Peake) re ferred to-day to recent utterances in the Nationalist newspaper which have provoked some speculation regarding the future of the Coalition Govern ment. He said the articles had been brought under his notice, and the Gov ernment was wateMns the expressions made use of. It was not certain at present, however, how far the articles represented the Nationalist Party as a party. In any ease the Government was preparing to face any situation that arose. He, stilt thought that if the Nationalists as a party desired to end the coalition their honest course was to say so and withdraw their men from the Government.

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