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Adelaide Position Easier TRAFFIC WITH BROKEN HILL. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Adelaide Position Easier TRAFFIC WITH BROKEN- I11LL. ADELAIHR Afimd: Tin.1 position in regard-to* (ho inlluen- ( zii epidemic in Adelaidelo-day showed that little alteration had taken place tin ring the week end. Forty-Jive put— ienis are now in isolation in the newly arranged hospital at the Exhibition building, one more ease having' been admitted for observation on Sunday evening. A! the Exhibition building and ground there are at present 2CH) beds equipped and roady for use, and that number will be increased'■ largely . if required. Instructions were given on Friday that ho- per.sen- would be j allowed ingress fo or egress from the j Exhibition building or the grounds j after midnight un Saturday. I The chairman of the Central Board , ni" Health. ljr. lVamsuy Smith, .staled that as each patient was admitted to She Exhibition hospital he or she was allotted a number fur the purpose of identification and lie had arranged that a report would be issued daily j giving the condition of...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WELCOME HOME. TWO PIRIE SOLDIERS RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

WELCOME HOIHE. TWO PIIUE SOLDIERS RETURN. Sgt, E. S. Bulling-, M.M.. IGllx Bat talion and Private George Oyer, 10th Battalion, returned home to Phie yes terday afternoon. The face of each lad was a study, when a crowd wel comed them at Solomontown railway station. The station premises were decorated with flags and Mr. George : Charlesworth, headmaster, had his forces, with with the full strength of the school drum and life band to pro - v vide music. Sgt. Bulling and Pto Cryer were then taken in decorated motor cars loaned for the occasion by. Mrs. T. R. Taylor (driver, Mr. Alf. Williams) and Mrs. Sherwin, to the -- Town Hall. The business places dis played flags, and the men were heart ily cheered. At. the Town Hall the . - Excelsior Band, played in honor of Pte Oyer, a former member of the band. The Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan) wel comed the lads and they were driven home. _ Sgt. Bulling- won his dec oral ion at Passcbendaele. Pte Far rant, who returned on Satur day afternon. is a son...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CROWDING AT AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

CROWDING AT AUCTIONS. Police Inspector Holland suggested ; \»y letter that the. usual custom of 1 people crowding into houses where .nirfion sules take place is dangerous ; in view of the present influenza epi- i demic. .Many auctioneers, he wrote; i prefer to conduct sales in the. rooms. i ol" houses, one at a time, as the rooms, i when fully equipped and,dressed, ji sent a more attractive appearance'to ] buyers who often eagerly crowd into , them, following the auctioneer from 11 room to room until the sale is over. ! ( "1 hog to suggest .for your consider- j ation.'' he added, "'that there would 3 he less risk of infection by individual? ' if 11 • articles were offered to buyers ^ standing in the open air, under venm- ' ( uahs, and not allow bidding to take ( place in crowded rooms." j ( The letler was received, and In- j speclor Holland thanked. ! ;

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

SOMALI RELEASED. ADELAIDE. Monday. The transport Somali was released from quarantine to-night.

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

J.OCfiL BOARD OF HEALTH. Arrangements have been made with die B.H.A.S. Co. for the loan of 20 ! tents, and to-day & st;11* 1- wi 11 ^<> made j with the erection of portion of the ; Camp. The, following- are some of the '' requirements for the Carnp, and "the PUBLIC are invited to ASSIST the ' Local Board in supplying- same: j BEDS; Single Bedsteads with wire -Mattress, or Wire Stretchers. - ) BLANKETS and SHEETS: Offers to' lend the above will he greatly appre- ' ciated by the Board, All Bedsteads and Stretchers and Blankets, etc., loaned will he thoroughly sterilised jrifl disinfected and returned perfectly i clean. f STRAW MATTRESSES will be used. ] which the Board will have made, and : these can afterwards be destroyed. - I BED-PANS and other Equipment also wanted. : V CAMP TABLES: Carpenters and Firms employing carpenters are a,sked to make some small Camp Tables plain square legs. 27 inches high, and plain top 30 x 18 inches. The. Board hereby call for VOL...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ETON'S WAR RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

ETON'S WAR RECORD^ During- {fie war 5<5iO Etonians have been on active service, of whom '772 were killed in action, .17 died of wounds, and 135 from other causes, while 1068 were wounded. 'Among the honors gained were 13 Y.C.'s, T>1 Orders of the Bath, 21 Orders of St. Michael and St. George, 308 foreign -decorations, 8 D.S.G. and one bar, 407 D.S.O., 31 bars and 1 second bar, 53-i • Military Crosses! with 21 bars and 3 second bars, and 1 Albert Medal,-white 1331 were mentioned in despatches.

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

POWERS OF THE BOARD, ueiUmg witii, (.ho powers vested by \ rurJifunent in the O^jtraJ of ; IfeulUt, Ihe chairman said th« prompj !■ f. ■ - • discovery and notification of actual and suspected cases by local boards of health,- the-immediate quarantining of houses'by the 'police, and live venioval of patients lo isolation had given the smallest possible chance for the in fection to spread. Otherwise there was no'■ knowing how far it might have gone. There was always a certain amount of hardship inseparable' from -measures that were taken for the pub lic good. Those hardships were gen erally borne .with resignation. ~ The Premier {Mr. A. H. Peake), discussing the situation generally, said to all appearances the outbreak was well in hand in South ..Australia, and ample provision had -been made for any possible contingency. The medical "officer of the Adelaide local board, Dr. T. Borlhwiek, said a patient was admitted to isolation -on February i from the city, suffering from doubtful inf...

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

TREATMENT OF ARRIVALS. The advisability of taking ail per sons coming lo Port Pine' from Ade laide by road or rail direct to liic in rialatorium for treatment immediately on arrival, was suggested Jjy Cr. Warren. This raised lite lues lion of compulsory quarantine. ' The Mayor said thai if the Central Board of Health had power to quar antine at Crystal Brook, as reported in "Tiie Recorder," 'the local hoard should be endowed with similar power. Cr. Goode doubted whether the Cen tral Board had the power. . Cr. Warren moved: "That passeng ers by rail or road amviiig from Ade laide be requested to submit them selves to treatment in the. inhalator ium before going to their homes." Cr. Hopkins seconded the motion, lie said the board should do all in its power to combat the disease. It was decided to add to the re solution that 'dodgers' be printed, and distributed on the arrival of trains, or at earliest eonvenienve. The motion as amended, was car ried. Cr. Warren referred to the ships a...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Progress Discussed LOCAL AUTHORITIES ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Progress Di£cuss§d LOCAL ftUTHORIT'.ES ACTIVE. The main business transacted at last night's meeting' of the local hoard of health referred lo the Week's activit ies to meet the 'influenza danger. . The Mayor reported tjril two spe cial meeting's of .the . board had been held and .aid-ion had been taken by the health oliicor. the secretary raid him self. In answer to .the advertisements inserted in "The Recorder," offers had been received of persona! service and of paid, assistance. Arrangements for isolation, inoculation, and inhalation were in full swing. The. hoard was under a deep obligation lo Mr. \Y. Rob ertson, general manager of the B.H.A.S., particularly after the .local board had been practically turned down by the Central Board of tleatth He had been deeply grieved al iho ac tion of the Central Board of Health, which had practically gone back on all its promises. Mr. Robertson's action in securing the required amount, of serum for free inoeidaUon was worthy of all praise. ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE SPITTING NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

THE SPITTING NUISANCE. Mr. E. Jl. Waddy, manager of the j Commonwealth asked thar something' should be' done to prevent expectorating- on footpaths. "At Hie present time," said the writer, "\vlieny so. much is■ being- done to prevent the spread of influenza, it is discourag ing to have the public footpaths used us <r channel for spreading' disease." Ci\ Warren said the Council would prosecute_ in all cases in which evi dence was forthcoming that would tend to secure a conviction. It would be much better for persons making "complaints of this kind to enclose -the names of offenders and proceedings would be instantly taken, as far as he was concerned. . i. The Mayor remarked that if the writer of the letter had named a ease proceedings would have hc;jn taken. Cr. Jenkins: Any number of people would he found to lind fault. It was resolved on the motion of Crs. Warren and Jenkins that the writer of the letter be invited to send details t of breaches of the by-laws, with names...

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

Local board of health. INHALM0R1UM The 1MIAL.AT0R.1UM erected on the Parklands, at the corner of Gerl- \ rude and Alexander'streets, is now. fUiADY and will CONTINUE OPERA-! TIONS TO-DAY. Hours as follows: Men. and Boys over 12, will be dealt with from 8 to 10 a.m., 12 to 2 p.m., and 4 to G p.m. Women, and Girls and..Children un der 12, will be treated from 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. The Public will 4>e treated FREE, nivl admitted into the building- in batches of 25 each quarter of an hour. }. The 'PROCESS--lias NO EFFECT ON : CLOTHING. . ERNEST E. GARRETT. Secretary l.B.H. asking for u loan q$ tents ami a supply of hgdss. OlJter correspondence'was/. '.dealt \vi(?i surgesUns tii" udoi'lion" uf cer tain. precautions. .

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

COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. Miss II. J. Rogers is conducting a sei'ie-s- of cookery demonstrations at the Congregational Church Hall to ex plain live correct method of using An chor self-raisins' flour and other goods packed under this brand. An invita tion is extended to all housewives io see these demonstrations, which com mence daily at half-past two. After-; noon tea will be provided. There wHl be no charge for 'admission.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RINGWORM RUNS THROUGH WHOLE FAMILY. Boy's Hair Came Off Under X-Rays. Mother Finds Real Cure in Zam-Buk. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

RINGWORM RUNS THROUGH WHOLE FAMILY. Boy's Hair Came Off Under X-Rays. J EViother Finds Real Cure in Zam-Buk. f Mrs L. Pretty, of *77 Campbell street, Newtown, Sydney, is another ■Australian mother who has proved Zam-Buk to be a real friend in need. She writes: "My two little girls, Gladys and Winnie, caught ringworms from other children, and soon after my little boy was also atlaeked with the disease. I took the boy to the hospital, where, he I was put under the X-Rays. Ail the [boy's hair came off. and lie looked a [terrible sight with the nasty sores on I I his bare scalp. "I was so frightened ul the result' of the X-Rays on the boy I determined 1 to treat the girls myself with Zam-! Bub. I rubbed the halm into the af-, feeted parts, and was soon justified and noticed an improvement in my children's condition. Zam-Buk took away the irritation, and evidently went right to the root of the disease, for the ringworms gradually disap peared, until not a sign of them re mained. I "Since...

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

SORE MUSCLES. For soreness of the muscles -wheth er induced by violent exercise or in jury, Chamberlain's Pain Balm is ex cellent. This liniment is also highly esteemed' for the relief it affords in ^ases of rheumatism^ Sold every where.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Coalition to End NATIONALISTS' PLAIN TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

NATIONALISTS' PLAIN TALK. There seems to be some little doubt (says the "Mail") that ere long the ■Coalition. .'Government in South Aus tralia will be a thing of the past. Signs have not been wanting to show that the National Party, consisting of the of the members who seceded from the •Trades Hall over the conscription is sue, are tired of the alliance with the Liberals, notwithstanding the fact that' they have two of their number in the Ministry—Messrs E. A. An stey and W. H. Harvey: It-was un derstood that the Coalition was to exist until the end of the war, and now that time has arrived the party evid ently considers it opportune to cut the painter and stand alone. The latest issue of the "National ist," the official orgen of the party, is almost brutally frank in announcing the change. It observes:— "The National Party is pledged to adult suffrage and proportional repre sentation, two necessary measures •which must be discussed from the National Party's point of view next sessi...

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

Ruthless Reductions in all Stocks TO It/6 Our WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTY RES TIONS to effect a. speedy Clearance prior to Taking Slock. SEE OUR BARGAINS in Stylish BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUY DAY whilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. Note these Wondrous Bargains LEATHER, BAGS, Superbly'Finished, from ■• • • 2 E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from .. .. .. Stroll thorugh and see the profusion-of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RAILWAY ROUTES TO DARWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

RAILWAY ROUTES TO DARWIN. The Minister for Home and Terri tories lias- expressed the -opinion that the best aid to the development of the Northern Territory would be to in crease the facilities for communica tion. The question of- new railway construction has, in fact, been under consideration by the Minister for some time. Two transcontinental routes have been suggested—(1) from Oodiiaclatta, through the McDonnell Ranges io Newcastle Waters and the . Katherine, and thence to the Queens land border: and (2) from Marco to Newcastle Waters and the Katherine, passing through some of the best cat tle country in Australia. The- whole conditions of these routes have been worked out, and a report on the sub-" ject will be presented to the Common wealth Cabinet. - BIRTHS AND DEATHS. There were 49 births and 12 'death's in Port Pirie during January.

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

ANTICIPATED RESUMPTION OF TRADE. It is estimated that in August last Great Britain held ouiy two months' supply of her normal home consump tion of raw cocoa, ttie cause hems' the •same that keeps Australain wheat in Australia—shortage of shipping, for ill ere are great accumulations of co uoa in aii the producing countries. JNTow that the war is over, these con ditions should not obtain for lung. The British Government is bound,'~6n every consideration, to remove ail ob stacles to the resumption of trade at the. earliest possible moment. We may therefore- hope shortly to learn that the prohibition of export of cocoa and chocolate from Great Britain has been removed, when, acting in concert, Australia will doubtlessj remove such jar as exists at this end also, and so far open the way for Cadbury's and Bournvilie Cocoas and Chocolates to take.their, old positions in the shops again. Tlie latest issue to hand of the "Bournville Works Magazine" gives Ihe total of. Bournville men on war ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Graves in France TENDED BY THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 4 February 1919

Graves in France TENDED BY THE. CHILDREN. An interesting narrative forwarded from Franco by .Major John A. Chap man to his father, Mr /Austin Chap man, M.P., serves to .illustrate the deep-rooted affection of the French people for the British- and Australian soldiers. When the news of the ar mistice reached the little village Of Vignicourt, 011 the Somme,. there was much rejoicing among the inhabitants,; and in order that a tribute might be paid to the. brave Britishers hidden ; beneath the sod, a procession of civil ians, French soldiers and military offi cials, with a guard of honor and mass ed bands, was quickly organised, and proceeded from the* village square to the British cemetery near Jjy:'-. Here, in this historic spot, around S00 graves, there was a striking mani festation of ,gratitude- for the sacri fices made by British and Australian .troops. f A notable speech was made by the mayor, who, in the name of the women of Vignicourt—mothers, sis ters and sweethearts—who were...

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

REPATRIATION ORGANISATION. The organisation of (his SLate into districts and the appointment of local repatriation committees under the Act lias now been completed. A total of 156 committees has been formed, cov ering- the State from Port MacDon nell to Hawker, and from Streaky Bay to Renmark. Some six others ape in the. process of formation, and there are one or two districts which have taken no action, which is a matter of great regret. In order to secure an understanding of the work involved and the relationship of these commit tees to the department the Minister l'or Repatriation (Sr. Millen) is arrang ing for a - conference of secretaries and delegates from thes<f committees, to be held in Adelaide at a date to be decided later. The quarantine regula tions have delayed the calling of such a conference together after the prelim inary steps had been taken. l£ is in tended to invite representatives from an area within 18(0 miles of Adelaide. The far-distant districts, s...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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