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BAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
BAND CONCERT, A.i I ho playground last night chil dren were considerably- outnumbered by grown-ups. Tire warm spell made the idea ol" an open-air entertainment so enticing that the Excelsior .-Band had a large audience. Undur the leadership of Bandmaster ! Goldie Holmes, the band artistically played a well-selected program. These recitals, now that a--start has been made, will be looked forward to with, pleasure. . ~ |
CLOSING PUBLIC HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
CLOSING PUBLIC HOUSES. Ali licensed premises for the. sale oi' consumption of liquor in Sydney were closed from last night at 6 o'clock until further notice. NO EMBARGO ON GOODS. Mr. Watt, in a communication to Mr. Fuller (Acting: Premier of New South Wales), on Monday staled:—"I am advised that your arrangements- pre vent the transit of Victorian fruit into New South Wales. In the absence of definite information imposed by you, I am unable to advise the persons com plaining, and have referred to your Government. J jires.ume'ryonr.'.restpjc-. lions ore nut iiilended to apply to fruit." To this the State Government* re plied:—"We desire to make it clear that this Government have only placed an embargo oh our borders upon pas sengers from Victoria. We have never stopped goods, and there is no hind rance to-the sending of fruit, or any other class of goods, .cattle, &c„-pro viding- the mode of .delivery prescrib ed in our proclamation is observed."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
Starts at 10 o'clock /i^Il:;;th^i01d \A^si^ants ^.re Still witli us * The Verdict! AFTER A NINE DAYS' TRIAL BY THE GREATEST OF ALL JUDGES—THE PEOPLE—IS THAT » j Goode Brothers CERTAINLY STAND ALONE FOR LOW PRICES DURING THEIR GREAT BR GAIN SALE. FOR \ FEW L>\YS LONGER WE INTEND GIVING OUR CUSTG.MER3 THE BENEFIT OF OUR CARE FUL BUYING DURING THE PAST FEW MONTHS. WE OFFER, WHILE THEY LAST, THE FOLLOWING VERY SPECIAL LINES:— 250 Yds. WHITE CALICO, at ihe "re . markable price of 7/11 doz. - „ 100 Yds., only, 5-tin. UNBLEACHED SHEETING; usual price, 3/3. Our Bargain Price, 2/3 yd. ...... ALL-WOOL AUSTRALIAN FLANNEL, the best in the trade, 2/fl for 1/11 yd. v 12-4 COL'D HONEYCOMB QUILTS, with fringe; to be cleared at 9/11 each. COL'D TOWELS, a useful line, at 1/ each. : - : - &lt;s» BOYLE'S .PRINTS, Dark Grounds, a real slasher: for sale, 1/2J yd. Light GrauncI PRINTS, Hovle's and Crum's, 1 / yd. These prices defy competition. 39in. FLORAL VOILES, a few only, 1/3 yd. . " ' A Ve...
NEW ZEALAND FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
NEW ZEALAND FREE. Tlie epidemic appears to tie entire ly spent in Now Zealand, but in view ot the Australian reports some of the local authorities are arranging for the maintenance of the organisation in case of a recurrence. • In New South Wales the total num ber of eases in New South Wales on Monday was 43.
The Shocks of War TREATMENT OF NERVOUS SUFFERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
The Shocks of War ■■ ' — ■ O ■■■ TREATMENT OF NERyOUS ; SUFFERERS, An- interesting account of work in i connection with the .treatment of shell j shock case is given by: Colonel J. \V. i Springthorpe, Avho went to the Tnird Australian Auxiliary Hospital at Pai't ford," after1 being invalided from Egypt to England. The DaHford Hospital accommodated some 1200 patients, and ColonelSpringthorpe organised 'the; particular^ brandies for men re quiring orthopedic and Cardiac treat ment. He then took charge of shell Shock cases'*, and in the. course of his work was on special duty in France ;on three occasions in order to examine the treatment of such cases on the British,-French and Australian fronts; and to report to head quarters on the subject. Some 30,000 to 40, ,000 cases were, sent through to Dart ford Hospital during his connection with the institution, and about 2000 of Itiese- showed, some form of nervous conditions, due to active- service. Colonel Springthorpe' stated,, in the co...
CASES ON THE DIMBOOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
CASES ON THE DLMBOOLA. Fourteen suspicious cases of influ enza were discovered on- board the j ink-frSLate steamer Dimboola on her , arrival at Sydney on Monday from' Melbourne. The vessel was ordered into quarantine. The patients and ! immediate contacts, which include the I j whole of the engine-room staff, were ; removed to„ the hospital at North J j Head. Other members of the crew and passengers were allowed to re main on board. Should the cases prove to be pneumonic influenza th^ Dimboola will be required to stay at North Head for seven days after the last case is reported.
A CASE IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
A CASE IN TASMANIA.' _ A case of pneumonic influenza was "reported in Zeehan on Monday. The localschools have been closed. Hun dreds of persons have been inoculated. The present case, of pneumonic influ enza is probably the first in Tasmania during; the current epidemic on the mainland, as up to*'a late hour on Sun day night Tasmania was reported free of the disease. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP C©*X,td&lt; will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as trader: _ -(Gireumstahees Permitting). FOR PORT PIRiE: S.S. QUORNA, Every. SATURDAY . FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE. S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. ; COAL MERCHANTS. ^ OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAfiflSHJP CO., LTD.
MASKS UNPOPULAR. THE LAW DEFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
MASKS UNPOPULAR. ■THE LAW DEFIED. The New South Wales proclama tion making it compulsory for people to wear . masks came into operation on Monday. The great majority of people obeyed the order, but there were large numbers who did not.' A message from Wollongong states that a number of colliery employes are idle as a. result of the strict en forcement by. the railway authorities ■of the new regulations regarding the wearing of.masks. Some men put on maslcs on entering - the raihvay-sta tion, but others refused to wear any protection. - ' ■
Strikes Extending BITTERNESS IN BELEAST. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
BITTERNESS 'IN BEy^ST. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. The whole of the London under ground railways are expected to be held up to-day. At a general meeting, of the employes* it; was decided not to strike pending an interview with the railway executing. . . ' | I The ,niotomien are dissatisfied, and i . subsequently the men decided not to j start in the morning. A meeting of the engineers and shop stewards held at Manchester was attended by 3000 delegates, including representatives- from London, Glasgow and Belfast. It was resolved to de mand 40 hours per week without rer duction in pay and pro rata increases for piecework. The Bolton textile workers decided to demand a 44-hour week and the same pay as for the present 55 hours.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
j DRAUGHTS START CGI DS. I ' '—i • •v Nazetha is the most effective and pleasing cure for head colds, oa tarrh, bronchitis and all throat an^ chest troubles. Nazetha is an ovo~ nasal antiseptic, therefore a most ef fective precautionary measure against ' the microbes of Influenza, Diphtheria,'
BELFAST MEN EMBITTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
BELFAST R1EN EMBITTERED. 1 The Times correspondent at Dublin says that the Irish Trades Union Con gress to be held on Saturday will for mulate a general demand for 54 hours and a national, minimum wage of 50/. The .Belfast strike is continuing quietly. • The refusal of the employers to join the conference calied by the mayor embittered the men,, who threaten more drastic action, probably calling out the mechanics, which will completely hold up the textile indus tries.
LONG EXISTENCE IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
LONG EXISTENCE IN VICTORIA. Evidence is still accumulating to show that the influenza epidemic, had its origin in Australia long- before the health authorities had any idea of its existence. Since somewhere about the middle of last year it has been steadily increasing its hold upon the people in Victoria. The epidemic during the last two quarters took an even heavi 1 toll of deaths than it did in New South Wales, which suffered 50 and 75 deaths in those periods. Statistics show that for the last quarter of the 'year'the number of deaths from in fluenza, excluding pneumonia anTl bronchial pneumonia. increased by over SCO per cent, in comparison with the corresponding period of the pre vious year, while for the year taken as a whole the increase amounted- to 218 per cent. The increase, was prac tically all in the last'two quarters .of the year, whereas in the first quarter of the year only four persons died from influenza, no. fewer than 125 succumbed to the disease in-the last quarte...
LONDON RAILWAYS STOPPED. (United Cable Service). LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
LONDON RAiLWAYS STOPPED. I ~ (United Cable Service). LONDON, Tuesday. The London district railway has been suspended. The House of Commons will discuss the whole question of industrial un rest. The Government is willing to set aside two days fc>r a debate. .... - . (Router's .Ser-vice.T :. LONDON, Tuesday. . At a meeting- of the Electrical Trades Union in London it was decided to strike on Thursday, unless the Gov ernment accedes to its demand to in tervene in the existing disputes in the Clyde, at Belfast, and elsewhere, witli a view to establishing- a'national 40 hour week. " • The men's representatives &lt; declare that this will mean, completely para lysing- lighting- and the electric rail ways.
MASKS FOR SMOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
MASKS FOR SMOKERS. Mr. MacFarlane, P.M.. at the Central Police Court, Sydney, on Tuesday, said to a number of persons charged with having omitted to wear masks, that tiia magistrates were in deadly earnest about the matter. Masks would, have to be worn, and smokers must do without smoking. In ordin ary- cases the fines would he much heavier on Wednesday, and in cases where any objection was made the lines would be heavier still. Some of fenders were lined 5/ each. One man, w!id argued Willi a policeman, was lined 10/, Another, who would not adjust his mask because he was smok ing was,fined 20/. Several others were fined similar amounts. "
Irish Situation Gloomy FENIANS ACTIVE. (United Service Gable.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
FENIANS ACTIVE. United. Service Gable.) LONDON. Tuesday. The "Daily News", correspondent at "Dublin says tlie situation has become gravely worse. Until January 31 the Sirin Fein had the best reason.to ex pect the release of 90 prisoners in England, but now there is no prospect of such a development taking place. Consequently the executive considers it has been tricked, and is planning to 'bring' the question forcibly under no tice. It is supported by an immense -vol -ume. of - public sentiment. Both the* political and the industrial Wings of the Republican movement ■! at the mo ment are ripe for a blow, /file union of these wings constitutes the gravest danger to the Government. With ban ners inscribed "Release the prisoners and grant- a 40-iiour week,"-patriots and industrialists are able to rally three-quarters of the population. The Fenian section now dominates the Sinn Fein, and the whole control of the iabor side has passed to the Gonnoliy ites and the Bolshevists.
SPARTACISTS STILL TROUBLESOME. (Renter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
SPARTACISTS STILL TROUBLE SOME. (Renter's Service.V ;i-;.n,»Psday-i---nv - Renter's correspondent at- Berlin, •telegraphing.. on Sunday, states it is persistently reported that the Sparta cibts on the left 'of-the Independent Socialist? are planning to forcibly pro test against the meeting- of the Con stituent Assembly, both in BeMin and W'^mar. The movement is likely to , be'dangerous, asxit'will be supported by the Soldiers' Councils. The Government, has reinforced the troops in /Berlin and has manned the rannored "cars which stand in perpet ual readiness before the Reichstag-. Tin Soldiers' Councils at Weimar. Eisenach, Erfurt. Gothland andaother laige. towns have intimated that they v*H oppose the Government troops if An*' are sent tliefe'. j The Koenigsberar buildings have been -seized by the Spartaeists. I
Peace Conference Puzzles GREEK AND ITALIAN CLAIMS VENEZELOS MAKES AN IMPRESSION (United Cable Service.) PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
(United Cable ■ Service.) PARIS, Tuesday. To-day's meeting of the League of Nations' Commission saw; a marked -advance in the definite draft of the scheme, as the result of private talks between President Wilson, Colonel House, General Smuts and Lord Cecil. The scheme as drafted is said to em body._j.he best opinion' on both sides of the Atlantic, with compromises be tween the (American and French views. The commission exr ^'ts a week's dis , cussion will bring 5-.r-.-ut an acceptable compromise. t 51. Tardieu, ope j; j the Crimes Commission, said it must examine the" premediated violation of treaties, then the rights of individuals, then the. i'ules wliereunder. penalties may be applied. Mr Lansing has been elected permanent chairman of this commis sion. . The appearance of M. Venezelos be-' fore the Council this morning was full of dramatic-interest. He is spectacled and white-haired. His manner is gen tly and persuasive,-but-observers say lie is the great Cretan revolutionary Hel...
NEW PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
(VEW PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLES. (fleuter's Service.! LONDON, Tuesday. YVhep the House of Commons, re assembled this afternoon the House was crowded in all parts. Mr .Adam son, Parliamentary Chairman of the Labor Party, and Messrs Clydes, Lodge and Will Crooks, were among those on the front Opposition bench. Behind i'nem were the Asquilhian Lib erals and. the: Labor Party. The Opposition tenches below the r were filled by an overflow of romthe Ministerial. benches er &lt;«f the War Cabi ury bench was Mr. iGm was the Food Iter of Education, ips. re-elected Speuk gratulated him. was prepared Unionis only. The net oil the Trea Bonar Law,"with Conlroiler, the ^ and a number of Y> Mr Lowther was cr, and all parties c>' ' Mr Lowther said to remain another ye years. (Cheers.) He - there when the signing announced from the Tre (Loud cheers.) • The House then adj possibly two ►desired to' be cf peace was ssury benches. urncd. *