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SEASON'S WHEAT STANDARD. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

SEASON'S WHEAT STANDARD. ■ADELAIDE, Tuesday. | Tlie corn Irade sectional commitl.ce ol' the Chamber of Commerce has de c if ted (o fix the standard of wheat for this season at 0:2 lbs. to the imperial bushel.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Wheat Scandals PROTECTION OF WITNESSES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

Scandals PROTECTION OF WITNESSES. [ADELAIDE/Tuesday. Mr P. A. Vereo, who gave evidence before the Wheat Commission this morning, was asketl -by Mr T. Pascoe the name of the .person to whom lie -had referred when giving- evidence" on a previous occasion. Mr Pascoe re minded witness that when there was a discussion on the question of the protection of witnesses, Mr'Verco had said he preferred to protect himself because a friend of his '.who had. told the truth before Mr Webb's Commis sion had been ousted from the Wheat Scheme. " "I want "to know," said Mr Pascoe, "who that person was." Witness: I will consult my solici tor, Mr Gleland. Mr Butler (acting chairman) : It will make no difference to the commission what advice you receive. The asser tion you made on the previous occa sion was that you were afraid to speak the truth. Witness: Pardon inc. I do not think I gaid that. ~ Mr' Pascoe : That was the inference. "Witness: I was told here that I would be given protection, and I said I...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

/low is the Time .Yeo"T3 innxd by ««■ perience thai thr time to dnljrith £ cold li >1 tin Start. Get Bonainatot*'# |r» lab Maes-thf standard family couffh incdicioe-prcMxd reU able for over haii-e-crntory^

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. Miss II. J. Rogers is eomliieims a scries of cookery demonstrations a I the Congregational Church Hall to ex plain the correct method of using" An ciior self-raising" Hour and other goods racked under this brand. An Imita tion, is extended to all housewives to see these demonstrations,, which com mence daily at half-past two, Wed nesday excepted. Afternoon lea will be provided. There will be no charge for admission, -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REPATRITION. MEETING OF LOCAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

REPATFHATION. ... aa MEETING OF LOCAL COMMITTEE. The Mayor presided at a meeting' of the local Repatriation Committee held yesterday afternoon at the ollice of the R.S.A., Elfen...street,; The following were present: Messrs C._A. Degen hardt, 0. E. Creswcli, G. bey, Rev. T, D. Webb, W. G. Slater and the. sec retary. • Several applications were dealt with and the Mayor and secretary {Mr. L. T. Graigie) were appointed as dele gates to attend a conference of the various Repatriation committees to be held in Adelaide.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEAT FOR INDIA. NINE THOUSAND TONS SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

WHEAT FOR INDIA. NINE THOUSAND TONS SOLD. It was announced on Monday after noon by Senator Russell, chairman of the Wheat Board, that, with reference to the recent sale of 30,000 tons of wheat to the Indian Government at 5/6 per busheL f.o.b., arrangements had been made-for the shipment of an additional 9000 tons at a price which will give the same f.o.b. return. Freight is to be supplied by the Com monwealth Government line of steam ers. The vessels named to take the wheat arc the Bellata, Bundarra, and Cet liana, each of which will take about 3,000 tons.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. Councillor Cain was informed by the Mayor (Mr. Glover) in the Adelaide City Council on Monday that it was a scientific fact, commonly admitted, that house ilies ami "mosquitoes were among the most potent factors in the dissemination of infectious diseases. Action ■ had'.already been taken with regard to flies, and a circular had been distributed to householders and others by the trained nurse and the health inspectors! He had given instructions for a report on the question of a cam paign of extermination to be submit ted to the public health committee.

Publication Title: Recorder
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"CARDINAL MERCIER." CASINO PICTURE PROGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

"CARDINAL MERCIER." CASINO PICTURE PROGRAM. Cardinal Merrier, whose denuncia tion of the Hun excesses in Belgium aroused the world, is the centre of a picture feature entitled "The Cross Bearer," a 6,000ft production from the World Film studios, .which.- will he shown at the Casino to-night.* The picture shows Cardinal Merciejc. stand ing calm and courageous, whilst around him revolve intrigue, treachery, and cruelty. The story tells how the German hordes were blocked by one brave man. The picture is said to have dramatic strength as well as a pleasant touch of romance. In addt dition a well diversified program of comedy, topical and dramatic subjects will he scorencd.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

SHIPPING. High water: Today at 9.57 a.m., and 9.5(3 p.m.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DEPOPULATING THE BARS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

DEPOPULATING THE BARS. Tlie Chief Secretary of Victoria has instructed the police to see that the regulation which prohibits the assem bling of more than 20 persons in one place is enforced in the case of hotel bars and billiard'rooms.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

TEMPERATURE. Mr. H. E. LcLievre supplies the fol lowing thermometer shade readings: Monday. Maximum 78.1 Mninmum 59. Tuesday. Maximum 85.-5. Minimum 61. | Mr W. E. Seanlan, secretary of the Fathers' Association of Port Pirie, at last night's meeting, was presented by the members with a handsome 8 day -clock, enclosed in a case made from Mount Lofty timber. The pre sentation was made by the ex-presi dent, Mr Clias. Edwards^ Mr Seanlan suitably replied.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEATHER FORECAST. Tuesday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

WEATHER FORECAST. j Tuesday, 2 p.m. Fine, rising- temperature; south-east to north-east winds.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IS IT SALVAGE? [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

IS IT SALVAGE? Work on the wheat affected by the recent fire at Solomontown was sus pended yesterday owing: to a classifi cation dispute. The management of tiie scheme maintain that now the fire is out. the wheal should be treated on a par with the rest of the stacks. On the other hand, the union is of the opinion that, under the award, this wheat is "salvage," for handling which the men are entitled to 5/ an hour. The dispute is slightly complin cated by the fact that the men are en gaged through the Stevedoring Com pany.: However, the trouble is not serious, and it is expected that a satis factory settlement will be reached to day. ' -v ; ; . M:5!

Publication Title: Recorder
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Industrial Differences IMPLEMENT MAKERS' CLAIMS. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

Industrial Differences 1MPLEMFNT MAKERS' CLAIMS. AD BLAIDE, Tuesday The application by the Federated Implement Machinery and Ironwork- 7 ers' Association that the marginal dif ferences oyer the recent living waae of 9/ a day should be maintained above the new living wage of 10/6 a day in the agricultural, iinpleinent mgker's' industry, was continued in. the . Industrial - Court, before; Mr. Deputy President Webb to-day. Mr. Boykett reported that a conference had lx en held 011 the previous afternoon, but it had proved abortive. He intimated that the employers were prepared to pay a.minimum of 10/0, as set out in the -living wage determinations, and also to pay the rates scheduled in. the Victorian determination in all grades where that determination was higher than 10/6. \ ; ^ -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 5 February 1919

IN MEMORIAM. DE DIAR. —In memory of Norah, beloved little daughter of Ern and Eva De Diar, who passed away on February 5, 1918, aged 3 years.       A little further on is life immortal,   Nor pain, nor sorrow, ever can molest; The joys we've missed will meet us at the portal, The hands we've loved will lead us unto rest   A little further on. —Inserted by her loving parents. DE DIAR. —In loving memory of clear little Nora, who passed away on February 5, 1918.   Gone, but not forgotten. —Inserted by her auntie and uncle, L. and H. De Diar.  

Publication Title: Recorder
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PENSION LIST GROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

PENSION LIST GROWS. - The total pensions liability on the Commonwealth' continues to grow ra pidly, owing, of course, to the increas ing number of war pensions which have been and are beingf granted.- At- i though hostilities have ceased it will be some considerable time before the Treasury officials will be able to in- j dicate even approximately when the war pensions liability is likely to reach its maximum, for in. addition to : the fad that dfeaths from sickness land accident must take place before ; all the men are demobilised, there are hundreds of pensions yet to be as sessed. On 24th. January last, ae ! cording to iigures made available on Saturday, the number of war pensions granted in the Commonwealth totalled , 152.30 s. making an annual liability at that date of £4,5-12,742. In addition to the annual liability for war pensions ,the Commonwealth has to meet the heavy expense of in valid and old age pensions. Of.in valid pensions, there were 31,001 in force in the Commonwe...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

Pneumonic > Infteenza (1) The New South Wales Government Health Authorities recommend for j protection against the germ, the use of a solid inhalant-from the formula-" of which Wawn's Wonder-Balm is , made, apply this up each nostril '3 or 4 times a day (price 2/- a tube). Is packed in collapsible tubes consider ably.lessening any danger of infection by contamination. (2) New Zealand's doctors recommended, and the Hospitals used Wawn's Wonder-Wool, during . the recent Pneumonic Influenza epidemic there. It was pronounced invaluable, more particularly in preventing - the in fluenzal, stage from developing into the pneumonic one. Be prepared! ' See to day lhat a packet is in the house (price 2/6), ready on the instant. -Wawn's Wonder-Balm and Wawn's Wonder-Wobl are obtainable from all Chemists in the Common wealth. ^ ^ ' 9 ' Wanted Column. ^ Under this heading 16 words (if' nreoaid) 1 / ; three consecutive^msei- ; tiohs, 2/6. No advertisement booked under 4/. ■■ . • TO Let, two' Fu...

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EXPECTORATING ON FOOTPATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

EXPECTORATING OiS" FOOTPATHS. "With, a view to minimising the spread of infection, the Mayor of Ade laide lias requested the. Commissioner of Police to see that the City Council by-law prohibiting expectorating on the footpaths is rigidly enforced.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting CLARE RACES. CLARE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

; CLARE RACES, GLARE, Wednesday. ; The races were held to-day, with the following results: - - - ■ - : HANDICAP HURDLE RAGE. About two miles. Rytol, 10.7 .. .... .. .. .. . i 1 Bonnie Flag, 9.0 . . .. .v. .; 2 Grace Watson, 10.4 .. .. .. .. 3 "Dividends: £'1/14/ and £6/14/. STANLEY TRIALS. Weightfor age. About 5| furlongs. Miss Point, 8.0 1 .Zenobian, 8.0 . .. . .. . . . . .... •'! Red Colors, 8.6 . . "... .. .. 3 Dividend:' £14/4/. 1 CLARE HANDICAP. Aiboui 1J miles and 50 yards, i'rlfonga King, 7.11 .. . . .. 1 Bonnie ^ Bobadil, 7.7 .... .. .. 2 Longacre, 8.9 .. . . .. . 3 : Dividends: £8/10/ and 18/." HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. About one mile. . Wairakei, 7.10 .. .. .. .... . . 1 Uopfaetor, 7.0 .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 Dividend. £11. - - DUNGAREE HANDICAP. About one mile. "Si»yseoi>e. 7.4 . . : . ... .. . . . . I Bonnie Bobadil, 7.12 .. .. .. 2 Warcasi, 7.10 3 Dividend: £3/1/ and 17/. HANDICAP JUMPERS' FLAT RACE. About 1| miles' and 50 yards. Firs I M.iy, S. 5 '. . 1 ■ Korea. ;9.12 . . ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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SOME USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919

SOME USEFUL HINTS. The. following hints have been is sued by the Port Adelaide Board of Health 1. Keep away from the -cough er, sneezer, or spitler who xloes not use a handkerchief. 2. Keep out of crowds whenever possible. 3. Don't use dishes or towels which have been used by others until they have been washed in boiling water. 4. Don't put your lips against the telephone mouthpiece, arid don't put into your mouth pencil or any other article that has been used jby another. 5.'Keep- in the fresh air and sunlight as much as possible, but wear suffi cient clothing to keep *.Tarm. (>.-Sleep in a welt-ventilated room «or out of doors. 7. Walk whenever your journey is a short one. -.„ 8. Be temperate in eating and ob serve the ordinary rules of hygiene. '0. Wash your hands and face im mediately upon reaching home. ' 10. Wash the mouth and gargle with an antiseptic mouth wash twice a. day; 11. Use an ajitisci*1' ointment in the nose, twice a day. 12. Wasli tlie face and mouth after each...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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