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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

AKSTRALJAN NATIVES' A8SOCIA TIOK. ^5^' MIXED BRANCH. PORT P1RIE LODGE. No. 30. Meets every .MONDAY NIGHT after Smeller Pay at 7.30 p.m.. at 1 lie A.AV.A. Hal!. President: 5. J. Davis. J. S. HOCKING, Secretary. - , Box GO, R. A. 0. B. GRAND" LODGE 01" ENGLAND, PIIUE No. 10. .Meets Everv MONDAY NJGI1T at the INTERNATIONAL HALE. SO L 0.\ I ONTO WN No. r.-'i. Meets Eve rev WEDNESDAY NIGHT at ST. ANTHONY'S SCHOOLROOM. WEST SUBURBAN. No. 55. Meet's Every FRIDAY NIGHT at WEST SUBURBAN HALL. NOTICE. , WE. the. UNDERSIGNED. HEREBY give NOTICE that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing between. FREDER ICK CHARLES .FORD and ALBERT HAROLD MAY and known as FORD and MAY, PRINTERS of David Street. Port Pine. lias been dissolved by inn-*, tual consent as from JANUARY 31, 1019. ALBERT HAROLD MAY will CONTINUE to CARRY on the BUSIN ESS under t he same style and Will receive all DEBTS DUE and discharge all LIABILITIES of same. Signed Frederick Charles Ford Albert Harold May. January, *31, 1910; s to s.<...

Publication Title: Recorder
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CAFE SHOOTING AFFRAY Young Maltese Arrested SERIOUS CHARGE PREFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

CAFE SHOOTING AFFRAY Yousg Maltese Arrested SERIOUS CHARGE. PREFERRED. Revolver firing in a Florence street cafe yesterday morning- led to tiie ar i'estol a Maltese named Louis Lzemyd, aged 2-1 years, on a charge of shoot : ing with intent to kill. lie is lield in the Port Pirie lock-up, and will appear this morning in the- Police Court to answer the charge. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning people in the vicinity of the Salonika Cafe, Harris Buildings, Florence street, were startled by the sound of ■ three revolver shots, lired in rapid succes sion. On looking round they saw a young foreigner walking leisurely from the holding in the direction of 'Alexander street. He was followed by another man. who overtook him near the corner, spoke a few words, and turned jback, leaving the foreigner standing, apparently unconcerned, at the corner until the arrival of Con stables .1. I). Stewart and A. J. Cope land a few minutes later. The police look the man into custody. The morning's incident ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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PROPOSED DOCTORS' UNION. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

PROPOSED DOCTORS' UNION. (Reuter's Service.) . LONDON, Monday. t.U a meeting- of doctors on Sunday 31 was decided to form a body repre sentative of the whole profession to watch medical interests. A resolution to form a registered trades union was rejected by two votes amid .uproar.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

—The— ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP Co. XAd( will Dispatch Steamers from Porl Adelaide, as under: (Circumstances Permitting). FOR PORT PIRIE: S.S. QUORNA, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE. S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. COAL MERCHANTS. _ :tJ . - OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

DPS'jeHTS STSRT COl DS. vNazetha is the most effective and pleasing cure for head colds, ca tarrh, bronchitis ana all throat an/* chest troubles; Nazetha Is an oyo nasal antiseptic, therefore a most ef fective precautionary measure against the microbes of Influenza, Diphtheria,

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FATHERS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

FATHERS' ASSOCIATION. .V\XLTAL .MEETING. Tin.! annual meeting of Uie pur{ Pirie Fathers uf Sailors and Soldiers' Association "was held la si, night in the institute meeting room. There was a .arge attendance of members, the pre sident. Mr Charles Edwards, in (he chair. Tin; secretary submitted an elabor ate report, in which he dealt with the dins and objects of the association. File board of control recommended the holding- of fortnightly meetings at 7.30 p.m.," the appointment of a fore man of committees. and the making- of an effort to still further augment the member ship. It. enjoined regularity of attend-* mce and the cultivation of a mutual feeling of brotherhood and dependence among- members. The audited state ment showed a credit balance of £13 11/2. In moving tiie adoption of the re port, ilr G. 'A. lJegenhardt- said he felt proud. Little did he think when he assisted in the formation of this asso ciation that it would reach the heights 't had dune. Much of the success was ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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League of Nations AMERICA CLASHES WITH FRANCE KAISER'S TRIAL UNDER DISCUSSION (United Service Cable.) PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

United Service Cable.) PARIS, Monday. Hie first clash between two diver gent ideas concerning- the' League of .Nations comes this week. Everybody's patience is required. Provided Presi dent. "Wilson does not make the fatal mistake of attempt-in to dragoon the Allies into allegiance to an artificial . super-national authority all will be well. The French Cabinet stands on one side, President Wilson on the other. In between is a mass of opinion on which numerous sets of people from erstwhile destesled pacifists to re sponsible statesmen, are working as siduously, producing divergent schemes and discissions. The French view opposes the crea tion of a super-Slate. President Wil son regards it as the only alternative to Bolshevism in Europe, but the French think the inevitable failure of a super-national authority would dis appoint the public and encourage Bolshevism. The French prefer ex tremely liquid international machinery providing "for publicity and the study: of all disputes, ~wit...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Strikes in Britain GLASGOW STILL GUARDED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

Strikes in Britain GLASGOW STILL GUARDED. (Reuter's Sex-vice.) - LONDON, Monday. While the industrial situation is stil threatening it. is_ regarded as by nc means desperate. The partial'success of efforts to spread the Clyde strike throughout the country- appears to have been due mainly to coercion and not persuasion. The decision of the mo'tormen at the last moment came as a surprise, in view of the conciliatory attitude of other grades. AH the tube railways are expected to be held up, but the mo tormen on the London District Rail way refused to join in the strike. The railway clerks' association, at a meeting at Birmingham, decided to refer to the Cabinet Sir Albert Stan ley's refusal to recognise the associa tion as representing the stationmast ers. Strike leaders are to meet the Cab inet to-day in London. (Published in The Times.^ LONDON, Monday. It is estimated that ten thousand soldiers are now guarding Glasgow. The authorities offer protection for workers willing to resume w...

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SCHOOL OF ARCHAEOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

SCHOOL OF ARCHAEOLOGY. A British School of-Archaeology is to.be founded at Jerusalem under the auspices of - the British Academy. The school is to be.conducted as a re search liody, to carry on excavation investigations, and as a training- school for archaeologists.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CIVIL SERRVICE INOCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

Civil- SERVICE INOCULATION. A circular has been issued to the Sou!!] Australian Civil Service, recom mending- the officers to be inoculated, and announcing lhat provision has hen made by the Government thai all who desire to be treated will be oper ated on free of charge. The serious ness of the contingency of the service being' attacked and breaking down is emphasised. Tin- Government have, however, no power to compel the slal'fs to be inoculated. SOUTH-EASTERN ISOLATION. Suggestions that the South-Eastern portions of tiie State, should be isolat ed from the rest of South Australia, on account of the epidemic were, con tained in telegrams received by the Premier on Monday. Mr. Peake said he was obtaining: advice on the sub ject, but- he was doubtful whether there was any power to cut off 'any part of the State in ihe manner pro posed, and also whether the present was the- time !o take, such "drastic steps :nside South Australia. The lo cal boards of health making the re quest for i...

Publication Title: Recorder
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FOLLOWING UP PATIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

FOLLOWING UP PATIENTS. Many of trie (American dispensaries have ;t social service department winch deals with the patient's econo mic position and his environment from the point of .view of their effects upon Ids health. The Boston dispensary in America, which, except as regards its children's department, is unconnected with any hospital, was the first to take up this work, and has carried it farthest. The work originated, in the feeling that the failure of a patient to return for needed treatment was discreditable to the dispensary. A system was insti tuted to follow up such patients and to find out why they did not come again. :No\v the dispensary regularly sends nurses and social workers to the homes of the patients to. collect facts as to their surroundings, their habits, and their social and occupa tional history. - it is plain that such investigations, systematically and intelligently carried out and sifted, may lead l-o the dis covery of facts bearing directly upon the causat...

Publication Title: Recorder
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FOOD PROFITEERING. DRASTIC ACTION TAKEN. (Published in The Times.) PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

FOOD PROFITEERING. drastic action taken. • Published in The Times.) paris. Munday. Tlio .French Cabinet lias discussed ;i I vigorous .campaign against profiteers. , "A highly popular decision was an nounced to court-martial persons guil ty of speculation in foodstuffs, and immediately to legislate increasing all the penalties for similar offences. 11 ' was further resolved to encourage eo- i operative stores and appoint a Gov- J eminent commission to grapple goner- j ally with the cost of living. ]

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WRECKED TRANSPORT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

WRECKED TRANSPORT. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON. Monday. The syrccked - American transport jSfari'aganset has Jjeeii abandoned.

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SOCIALIST CONFERENCE. (Published in The Times.) BERNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

SOCIALIST CONFERENCE. [Published in The Times.) BERNE, Monday. The German delegates at the Social ist Congress are advocating the inter national adoption ol' a forty four hours' labor week. Strong dissension is expected to be shown to the. suggested severcnee of the left bank of the Rhine from Ger many.

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BOLSHEVISM STILL ACTIVE. (Reuter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

BOLSHEVISM STILL ACTIVE. Router's Servicc.) AMSTERDAM, Monday. In consequence of Sparlacist disord ers at Bremen the Government of Ber lin is sending troops with artillery with orders from He it Noske to elim inate Bolshevism on the ground that foodstuffs cannot otherwise, enter Bremen. (Published in Tlie Times.) THE HAGUE. Monday The Bermau Government's best lighting battalions have arrived at Bremen, and the Spartacisls are alarm ed and undecided. It is announced that the troops will not lire a single shot if unloading of foodstuffs is nol resisted, but if the unloading- is oppos ed then it is intended to crush the Spartacists. ttteuter's Service.)-' VANCOUVER, Monday. A message from Amsterdam says i Bolsheviks have captured the har- I bor town of Windau. . ■ STOCKHOLM, .Monday, An Estlionian communique on Sun day says "(>ur troops captured the town of Walk and then advanced southwards."'

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CLARE RACES. Races will he held at Clare to-day. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. About two miles. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

CLARE RACES. acc? will he hchi a[ Clare to-day. HrAXniCAP HURDLE RACE. About two miles. Andy Donald Li 0 , Pinballie 10 i I = liytol 10 7 j Grace Watson 10 4; The GaffeF 10 3 Mount- Miitsin 10 2 Paddilii 9 12 Epsom Hose . . 1' 12 Lord Oliver .. . !>'l0 First Day !> G Disputant 0 5 , Meixlie - - . 9 2 ' Bay Trent !> 2 Bonnie Flag S> 0 Min [head » 0 Dardanelle '■> 0 Jolly Dick 'J 0 STANLEY TRIALS. Wright lor ajjr. .\!>out •">furlongs. Zenobian 8 G Third Pilgrim . . 8 r. Lord Yarco . . . 8 g Bed Colors ■ • S G "Miss Poiul . . . . S G French Leal . . . 8 G Comply '7 k; Glen Colling . . . G 0 GLARE HANDICAP. t-VbouL 14 mileb and 50 yards. Kareeoon . . V 0 Longaere . . 8 '> Arltunga King . . 1 11 Aftonitc •J Bonnie Bobadil . 7 7 Wee Spec . . . . 7 0 Duaran i 0 0 10 G 10 ■HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES About one mile. Wizzo :> 0 12 7 10 &amp;lt; i •> Lorcl Varco •• ^ S Zcnobian ■ ■ • ^ '• . Lulabar • - • J * •> Dardanelle ' ^Hopfactor 1 " French Leal' - • • ■ &g...

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SPREADING IN MELBOURNE. THREE DEATHS REPORTED YESTERDAY. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

SPREADING 5ft MELBOURNE. THREE DEATHS HEPORTED YES TERDAY. MELBOURNE. Tuesday. Forty new cases of pneumonic in fluenza were reported to the. Board of Health to J *2.30 p.m. to-day. There have ,l»een three more deaths, one in Melbourne hospital and two in private hospitals.

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"PROHIBITION SURELY COMING." WINEGROWING AS AN INDUSTRY. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

PROH!BITtdW SURILY COMING. WINEGROWING AS AN INDUSTRY ADELAIDE. Tuesday A- deputation' from the South Aus tralian Temperance Alliance waited on the Premier, Mr. A. If. Peake, to-day, to urge that the Government should discourage the planting of wine grapes ami the establishment of distiHeries along lite Murray, in connection with the settlement of soldiers. . Speakers declared that prohibition was siirely corn inc. and from an economic point of view il was not wise to establish sol diers in an industry which was doom ed. It was not fair to the soldiers. Tiie Premier promised to refer the re presentations of the deputation to Cabinet.

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Quarantine Probable ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

AD I]E.AIDE, Tuoriday. i 11 is expected that South Australia will bo declared an infected Slate shortly an a result of the official noti fication to the Director of Quarantine of the presence of pneumonic influ enza. There is every reason, however, to be hopeful regarding- the situation, which is well controlled/ Measures .ill through have been adopted on the basis of a most serious outbreak, and for that reason there has never been :>ny relaxation. The authorities seem lo he well satisfied with the way (he epidemic iias been managed. There was only a mild case to-day. It is reported lhat the condition of Hie quarantined train passengers at Cockburn is most unsatisfactory ow ing to their being inconvenienced, even if not subjected to actual hardship. As a result of representations, a doc tor is to be sent, to Gockburn at once, to investigate and-■■■lake the necessary steps.

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ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

ANTICIPATIONS. (By Cliurinsa.) Hurdle ilaec.—Mount Milhsin or Iiyl'.'i. SUmk-y Trials.-—Lortl N'iirco or Miss Poinl. dure llau'iicati.—Loisgacre or Ikint cooii. Trial SI a k'.-s.—AViz/.u or Gyr. IHing.uvc U.-imlicaj'.—Bonnie liobu ilii or. IUdvoiKi. Junipers' Fl;it.—Blount Miltsin or Pinbuiiic oHer lvWTmeo cclH TUT HT Til Woli-a Wolto .-Handicap.—Rose An ton or Queenbrook. .

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