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DAVIS LAWY TENNIS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

nvvis LAWS" TEMMS CUP. A cablegram has been received in Sydney by Mr T. I.J. Hicks Uion. sec retary i-f (lit- Lawn Tennis Association of Australia) from Hie Lawn Tennis Assucia lion of France challenging- Aus tralia, the present holders of the Davis Ci.iju If- 110 other challvngo is "receiv ed this means that the .match between France and the holders will be played in Australia or New Zealand, at a dale and upon a ground to he agreed upon by common consent. Any oljie'r nation wishing- to compete must notify the .Australasian Association not later than March next. Should further chal lenges l;c received tin; challenging nations will need to arrange amongst themselves for the playing' of their re spective ties, but whatever games are arranged the challeng'e tie must be played in Australasia. The last con test. for the cup was held in America in tOi . when the Australasian repre sentatives. Brooks,: of Victoria, and Wilding, of New Zealand, won from America. Wilding- has since given hi...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ONE BIG UNION. OPPOSED BY A LABOR COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

ONE BIG UMION. OPPOSED BY A LABOR COUNCIL. A special meeting or the Port Ade laide District Trades and Labor Coun cil was; held on Sunday afternoon (re ports the .Adelaide "Herald") to deal with the report of Hon. J. Carr, M.L.C., who7 was the council's delegate to the One Big Union,Conference.-:The pre sident (Mr. P. L. Price, MJ\) presid ed over a record attendance, only four delegates being absent. ilr. Carr gave'an interesting, report, and - went into the details of the scheme. After.a discussion. the following mo tion was moved by Hon. ,T. Jelley, M.P., and was supported by Mr. J. E. Stephens:—"That the members of the Port Adelaide Trades and Labor Coun cil disapproves of the preamble of the One Big Union scheme, as adopted in Melbourne on the 13th, 1.4th, 15th, and 18th of January. 191 <), and that a committee, shall be formed to give ! reasons to the unions why we arc op posed to the preamble." . Hons. J. Carr and J. Jelley, M.L.C., Messrs J. L. Price and ,7. S. Ve...

Publication Title: Recorder
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I FLUENZA IN ADELAIDE Declared to be Pneumonic EPIDEMIC NOT VIRULENT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

L FLUENZA IN ADELAIDE Declared to be Pneumonic EPIDEMIC NOT VIRULENT. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. After a meting uf the Central Board of Hraifh this morning the chairman, Hi*. Ramsay Smith, said the Chief Sec retary had returned resolutions of the Advisory Committee for action lo be taken in accordance with the resolu tions between the Commonwealth and the State. He had accordingly wired to the Federal Director of Quarantine (Dr. Cumpston:— "I hereby notify you presence cases pneumonic influenza tl{:s State confirmatory letter following, lie also wired heads of departments of all the. Stales. "Just notified Director Quarantine presence pneumonic influenza this State all cases isolated and out break under control." Dr. Ramsay Smith added that 18 cases had been diagnosed to date, in cluding cases of ordinary as well as pneumonic influenza. Since the Ad visory Committee thought they should act in South Australia as if it were a clean State, added Dr. Smith, the Central Board of Health would con...

Publication Title: Recorder
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VICTORIAN BUSH FIRES. SERIOUS LOSS AND NARROW ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

VICTORIAN BUSH FIRES. SERIOUS LOSS AND NARROW ESCLVPES. A bush fire wlm-h occurred at Ganiambo, near Dookie, last"week had serious results. It covered a strcteh of country nine miles long and three miles wide, and homesteads were saved only with great- difficulty. Mr. .1. Ilogan's house was twice ignited. Surrounded by fire and with no means of escape. Mr Jtogan's children were wrapped in wet sacks and placed in the house. Fortunately, the house was saved, but everything else, was de stroyed. Others who suffered loss were J!r. Ttirnlev, -47 acres of fruit-laden vines: Mr Oral fan, 400 acres of grass and fencing: Mr Rodgerson, 150 sheep and 10 head of cattle, besides a quan tity of grass and fencing. On Wednes day a woodcutter named .Thomas Pearson, who confessed that a (ire which lie lighted to boil his billy had "got away" from lain, w:as arresLed.

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VOLUNTARY HELP. MANY OFFERS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

VOLUNTARY HELP. MANY 0ITERS jMSCIS]YED. A gratifying response lias been made to Jhe-jeipiest of Uio local board of health for volunteers- to help in the event of mi outbreak of pneumonic influenza in Port Pii:je. Mr. 15. 15. Gar rett. secretary to the hoard, has rceeiv promises of help as follow: Mrs. .0. Leitch has undertaken to collect such articles as sheets and blankets from donors. Mesdaines 0. Leitch. M. Ji. Goodc and J. Close have volunteered to help Uio doctors in the \v<..rk of inocula tion at the drill Jiall. services have been profer-, ed by Misses Gleggett. Vera Turnbull, A. Knight, and Nurse Bird{ as nurse). Offers of the loan of beds, bed clothes. e/e., have been made by Messrs H. Brock, E. Bradley (store), ,1. W. MeridS: Kealc and H. Smerdon. ■ First-aid help has been promised bv Mr. A. fl. Dow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

f The Verdict! -•' yni?aB» AFTER A MINE DAYS' TRIAL BY THE GREATEST OF ALL JUDGES—TH& PEOPLE^—IS THAT | Qocwie Bi*otiii?s CERTAINLY" STAND AJLOTsE FOR LOW PRICES DURING TIIEIR GREAT BARGAIN SALE. FOR \ FEW DAYS LONGER WE INTEND GIVING- OUR CUSTOMERS THE BENEFIT OF OUR CARE FUL BUYING DURING THE PAST FEW MONTHS. WE OFFER, WHILE THEY J.AST,; THE FOLLOWING VERY SPECIAL LINES:— 250 Yds. WHITE CALICO, at.the re- 39m. SPOT and STRIPE PIQUE. 1/11*. marfcable price of 7/11 doz. 100 Yds. only, 54in. -UNBLEACHED SHEETING: visual price, 3/3. Our Bargain Price, 2/3 yd. ALL-WOOL AUSTRALIAN FLANNEL, the .best in- the trade, 2/11 for 1/11 yd. 12-i COL'D HONEYCOMB QUILTS, '■■Willi fringe; to be cleared at 9/11 each. COL'D TOWELS, a useful line, at 1/ each. HOYLE'S PRINTS, -Dark Grounds,- a real slasher; for sale, 1/2J yd. Light Ground PRINTS, Iloyle's and Crnm's, 1/ yd. These prices defy competition. 39in. FLORAL VOILES, a few only, "1/3 yd. A Very Special Line FLORAL VOILE, .39in.; lOJd. y...

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Demobilisation STRIKES DELAY TRANSPORTS. AEROPLANES AND GUNS FOR AUSTRALIA. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

STRIKES DELAY TRANSPORTS. AERCPL'.VNKS AND GUNS FOR AUSTRALIA. (United. Cable Service). LONDON, Monday. Geaeral Monash states that trans ports are mostly being: relitted on the Clyde and at Liverpool and London. Therefore, continuance of the strikes will seriously hamper repatriation. Five large ships which were due to | sail early in February are now delay ed. The authorities will be compelled (o delay movements of troops from France when the transfer of the J3,000 now tinder orders is complet ed. Under flic present demobilisation scheme three Field Artillery Brigades have already been extinguished. Some ; of the battalions shortly will be amal f gam a led and thereafter Brigades- Di : visions will disappear consecutively. The demobilisation of airmen has been luthorised, and the squadron from Kgypt will return home on the first| ivailaide ship. The squadrons from, France will come to England to bei flipped in ^lai'ch or April. i The War Oflicc will replace all aero- j ■ilancs and ...

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

(By-"CIiuringa."} In tlTCj Welter oil Saturday Jenkois h;id a "fall off Strathurd, with the result tliat he injured an arm. Had (his not been the case lie might have won the youngsters' race with Crusad er, as he was unabie to put any • sling" in at close. Crusader is likely to capture good races. Bax won his double in artistic fash ion on Saturday. He relied on hands and heeds with Maraehowie, and it was his skill which won the day. On the holiday he made a little too much use of Epistle, as running" Uie Pistol horse off his legs in the early part is not helpful. In Tattersalfs Handicap lie hung off to hold Long-acre and Coryola ami even allowed Udine and Kongorong to take him up to the distance. Then.' he "was for home." on Epistle and the veteran responded in great style. He is a little wonder. He has been racing since a two-year-old, his record being" 22 firsts, 20 seconds, 17 thirds, and 88 times unplaced. Bax was as sociated with him in his early career, when Patterson had him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

A CARD. Mr A. E. BOLT, Dental Surgeon (lale of Bristol-. Sug.3 has JOINED in Practice of Dentistry, Mr. H. C. AF FORD, Surg-eC® Dentist, Ellen street, Port Pirie. 9-i<T .

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RALEIGH'S OWN EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

RALEIGH'S OWN EPITAPH. The tercentenary of Walter Raleigh was celebrated in England last No vember ■with great fervor. A more congenial subject for reminiscent oratory cannot be conceived, more especially as London abounds in spots recalling the glories and tragedies of his life. Raleigh made an incompar able epitaph for himself when lie laid his head on the block. Jt was object ed that it ought to be placed to the east. "What matter," he answered, :"'iiu\v the head lie, so the heart be right." The Italians have invented an ap paratus-by which photographs can be taken from aeroplanes at night.

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ALCOHOL FROM SEAWEED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

ALCOHOL FROM SEAWEED. Experiments made at the Pasteur Institute, in Paris, by M. Kayser, indi cate that the seaweed Lamluaria digi tal a is a promising source of alcohol. The plants, previously washed to ex t tract the mineral salts, or unwashed, were reduced by evaporation to 10 per cent. They were-then treated with water containing from 3 to G per cent, of sulphuric acid for half "an hour or an hour, at 122 deg. C. The sugary liquid was neutralised to 1 per cent, of acidity, nitrogenous material added in some cases, and was sprinkled with brewers' yeast. Fermentation was rea dily induced, especially in the flasks containing nitrogenous, material, and an average of six litres of alcohol per tOO lb. of dry seaweed was obtained. The investigator believes that with higher pressures larger quantities could be obtained, and that the residue could be used for the extraction of mineral matter and potash as by-pro ducts.

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Influenza Epidemic Pirie Remains Free HEALTH BOARD'S ACTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

Hie Remains Free HEALTH BOARD'S ACTIVITIE Steps wore taken yesterday by [he town clerk ..Mr Garrett) and the health oflicer (Dr. Leitch) to carry out the decisions arrived at the pre vious night by the local board oi' health. No further suggestion of cases or suspected cases in Port Pirie have heen heard. The Town Clerk said the station master (.Mr Taylo£) had informed him that lie did not anticipate any difficulty in placing before passengers arriving by train the recommendation to pass through the inhaiatorium. before going lo any budding: in Port Pirie. The powers of local boards of health in this respect are not yet known. The inhalatoriam was well patron ised yesterday. - Medical views may differ widely on some, points regarding influenza and its treatment, but there seems to be no divergence. Of opinion as lo the value of the inhalatorum. The treatment, to be of permanent value, must be regular. Twelve tents have been received on loan from the U.H.A.S. for the isola tion camp,...

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NOWHERE TO LIVE Pirie's Housing Accommodation SHOCKING CONDITIONS DISCLOSED [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

Pifie's Hossiog Accommo dation y SHOCKING CONDITIONS DISCLOSED Excluding' business -premises, there ■.re 2377 dwellings and Gi) boarding ; muses to accommodate the 13,000 in habitants of Pirie. This gives an ave rage of slightly over five people to a house, an average which anyone not acquainted with the circumstances yvquld probably regard as satisfac .ory. But it eerlainUy is not. The aveJAige is fair ;for norryal housing conditions. The conditions in Pirie are abnormal. A walk round Pirie iffords to an observant, eye plenty of iiaterial to prove that the town is over-crowded to a very serious ex tent. The conditions are so bad as to ' call for prompt and drastic attention by all who may be regarded justly as responsible lor the welfare of the people. As slTanty after shanty was inspec ted yesterday the evil .attendant on the d>si-nce of building ordnances became apparant. In Solomon town is an al lotment covered with building maler al. at the rear, of which there is a row of g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

/V THE DENTISTRY ESTABLISHED 1895 THOMAS HiLLHOUSE, Registered Dentists. Crown, Sfidgo jnd Pivot Toothwork. When Plates are necessary, WE claim mat no Piatework excels ours. Long Experience and Extensive Prae-" iice have fitted us to direct the work as few men can. The right men In Dentistry are Specialists-—different ex perts for the different branches. WE have them. WE can make Arliflclal Teeth thai wfJJ round out the cheeks and sdtf youth and tune to the countenance. Repairs to Plates la a few hours. CONSULTATION FHEE. (J pen 9 to 6. 'two Surgeries—No Watting. Direct Representative, LIMITED, GREAT REDUCTION IN SUIT PRICES IT)75/ for .C't/J? C-5/7/G fur j::j/12/G. TO MEASURE. XV. H, BRUCE LTD,, ■ THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, Alexander Street, Port Pirie. Colds are n; st now ... W So V'.'S1" ,«/ 'l"" 5 4 ithi B i a bottle "of Bonn n't in. h Si OSS, It . !v ppr trirtnetitiy. -.11- v Hon ai ngiun's has ! ■■-it *irr SO ycr.i —there's ■J Said in t wo •.!>.■ is best \-a!u<r. u>...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

' _SOBE 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 cases of rheumatism. ' Sold every where. Successors to W. .E, Hauipj Ellen Street The Stores will be- CLOSED from _ Friday to Wednesday inclusive. Wait ior rhe Great Sale that will Shake Port Pirie to its Foundations UNTIL 9 P.IVF, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8,. 1919. Make ibis ymir Store. Belter Goods, Less Money ADELAIDE'S PREMIER STORE,

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In the Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

In tbe Poblic Eye Some time ago it was announced that .Pastor Keith -Steward, of Port Lincoln, was to begin on February 1 as assistant to the Rev. A: Gowans." Un fortunately Mr. Steward has been suf fering from poisoning, and his en gagement had lo be cancelled. Ar rangements have been completed for the coming of Pastor W. Nankivell, of Miniaton, Yorke's Peninsula, who hopes-to begin in Pirie South Baptist chui-ch, on March 1. .Mr. and Mrs. ,1. P. Butler,Of Pirie West, have received- word that their son, Gunner K. B idler, has been awarded the Military Medal for brav ery and devotion to duly in the field at Bellicoui't, on September "29. Gun ner Butler left Australia for service abroad early in 1916. A younger bro ther, Peter, was invalided home in , September, 11)17, having been wound ed in France. Mr. Frank Swain, manager of Prest Bros, clothing department, is leaving Port Pirie for Port Adelaide on Friday, having accepted an appointment with the firm of Ellison and Gould. Mr. Swa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

ONSTIPATION poisons the system. Nujol, the internal lubri eaot, relieves without griping or forming a habit. STANDARD OIL CO. (New Jffltj) Fsr sols hr All Chemists. AK2 8TDSE8,

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SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

SHARE MARKET. Messrs Blight Bros, supply the fol lowing noonday quotations from the Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday: Broken Hill, b 5T/f5, s 58/, British, old, sales 38/1-J. British, new. h 33/9, s 34/Ji. - Junction- Cons., b 4/5, a si7o. Junction, paid, I» 5/9, s 0/2. Norths, b 54/3. s 54/9. South, new, b 52/ti. s 53/3. Waiiaroo, b 40/, s i 1 /. Edna May, b 9/. s 10/3. Edna May Battler, con., b Gd.. s Sd. Edna May Centrals, b 14/4, s 14/8. Edna May Consol, cons., b 10-/G, s 10/9. Edna May Deeps, sales 11/9. - Edna May Golden Point,- con., b 2£ds s 4Id. Mararoa, 1) 4/4, s 4/9. Riverinas, b 3d., s 7d. Zinc Corp. (ord.), sales-2i/9. '

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Unknown Australia WONDERS OF COOPER'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

WONDERS OF COOPER'S CREEK. Unseen geographical localities gene rally excite our wildest imaginations, but actual sight Usually disappoints our expectations. The exalted becomes -pitiful, fades into absurd triviality and beggars the illusions of a future gene ration. However, the underestimated frequently rises from its puny and despised status, and wings full flight into glorious favor. Not .so long ago (writes E. \V. G. Bogner in the "Barossa News") 1 saw the much-heralded Mississippi River, "the Father of Streams," at Dubuque, Iowa, U.S.A. It had been iny appre hension that my eyes might be strain ed in peering beyond the 'watery hori zon, but. a beer bTewery on the oppo site bant, scarcely three-quarters 6i . a mile away, put- my fears to shame. . I wras bitterly disappointed. Not so long ago I stood in the dry channel of the Cooper's Creek, S.A. Even then this comparatively obscure creek appealed to nte. Soon .I saw it crowned with flooded waters. The vasti expanse or miles of w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

Ruthless Reductions in all Stocks Our WHOLE STOCK is no\v;being. subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking iStoci:. SEE OUR BARGAINS in Stylisli BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUt TO DAY whilst BIG SAYINGS are OBTAINABLE. X * Note these Wondrous LEATHER BAGS, Superbly Finished, from .. .. . E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .... .. CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from .. .. .. .2/0 ...... i/li ,, 12/0

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