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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
SOBE MUSCLESp^^ j . For soreness of the muscles wheth- j er induced by violent exereise or in-J jury, Chamf)erjain!s Rain Balm is ex-' cellent. This liniment is .also highly esteemed for tiie relief it affords ia eases of rheumatism., . Sold every where, . :&lt; •• *3 ij r.-g
AUTUMN SHOW ABANDONED. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
AUTUMN SHOW ABANDONED. ADELAIDE. Wednesday. At ;in important meeting' of the executive committee (}i-the Royal Ag ricultural Society held this morning the following motion was carried: "That, in view of the communication from the Chief Secretary • and the statement of tile chairman of the Cen tral. Board of Health;" it is hereby de cided to abandon the society's autumn .show, which was) to have been held on the Jubilee Exhibition Grounds on March 7 and S.'^
Mariners' Experiences STORIES OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
Mariners' Experiences STORJES OF THE WAR. There were 5 iMny thrilling} episodes; on sea during war lime, which will •not tincl publicity until tire censorship lias been wholly removed. Captain Shelton, master of the Highland Mon arch, which: leaves the harbor this -morning, had some such experiences^ All that he feels permitted" to say of them at present is that two ships, on board of which he was an officer, were torpedoed and, sent, to the . bottom one off the. English coast and tile other off the French coast. The crews es- 1 caped. ■' Mr. Alexander. Cameron Grich tori,: chief engineer of the Highland Mon arch, was on board the Lundy Island, a cargo steamer, one or the victims of the German raider, the Sea Addler. The Lundy Island was returning from Mauritius with a valuable cargo of sugar. When three days off the French coast she was halied and shell ed by the raider. A shell earned away ; I the steam-steering gear. Officers and I crew were removed to the raider, on ! board of w...
TWO NEW GASES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
TWO KISW GASES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Mallei's in connection with the in fluenza outbreaks-continue most sat isfactory". • Only iy-vo cases of-ordinary influenza were v&ovted to-day. Two children were removed to the Exhibi tion Isolation, Ilospjtal from Kersbrook, in an ambulance. Two nurses, whose cases had been previously reported well enough to be removed from the Adelaide Hospital, wore taken to the Exhibition Building in the morning. -... The chairman of the Central Board ol' Health (Dr. Ramsay Smith) inti mated that he had sent an inspector to Goekburn to co-operate with the N. S. W. authorities in connection with the relief of; the people detained there. > The following . circular has been sent: to the Railways Commissioner and the Police Commissioner:— "in the event1 of the State being declared infected the control over the passengers! in quarantine at Serviceton wilt automatically change from the Commonwealth authorities to those of this State and by resolu tion o...
COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. Miss II. J. Rogers is conducting a series of cookery demonstrations at the Congregational Church Ilall to ex plain the correct method of using- An chor self-raising flour and oilier goods packed under this brand. An invita tion is extended to all housewives to see. these demonstrations, which com mence daily at half-past two, Wedr nestlay excepted. Afternoon tea will be provided. There will be no charge for admission.
Cafe Sbooting Case ALLEGED INTENT TO MURDER. LZEMYD COMMITTED FOR TRAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
Cafe Sbootiog Case ALLEGED INTENT TO MURDER. LZEMYD COMMITTED FOH Tftii\L. ;;lThe young Maltese named: Louis Lzemyd, who created consternation in a: Florence street cafe on, Tuesday morning; Was charged in the Police Court- yesterday with feloniously shooting at Sotirios Antoniadis, with. Intent to murder. Mr J. W. Regan ap peared for tile accused. ■ -Solomon . Antoniadis, proprietor of tlie cafe, after relating the circum stances of a quarrel on Monday night ever the . possession of a; draught hoard, stated that on the "following morning the accused came into the shop and words 'followed, ending in witness ordering accused out of the .'shop. Witness tried to put Lzemyd out. The latter passed outside the door, stood on the footpath, put his jliand-into his coat- pocket, produced a revolver; and fired. /Witness tried to save himself by ^closing the door. Oth er shots were fired, the- bullets crash ing through tile glass. Altogether five .shots were fired. Witness afterwards followed ...
NOTHING NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
NOTHING; NEW. v The Germans were anticipated by some savage tribes in the use of pois onous gas for war purposes. "Nature" quotes authori ties to show that - trib es like the Tupinamba and Guaranis of the Brazil littoral, and on the Rio Par ana used poisonous gases in attacking -fortified villages. Men went in front of the attacking party, each holding a pan with embers in- one hand and ground red pepper in the othei; When the wind was against the Sp^iiards they "sprinkled the pepper on th^em bers. This was also done in att&^ks on the Spaniards in Venezuela. Vju the same way pepper was largely usea exorcising demons and evil spirits. The use of this pepper, known a5 Aji. would soon be disoovered-by these Indians, who cultivated the plant ex tensively. It was only necessary for some one to upset^a basin of Aji into the fire and a hut would soon be cleared of its occupants. The use of the smoke in warfare would be a nat ural development. Chaffeur : "Didn't you hear me blowing ...
COURT A CONGER-POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
COURT A CONGER-POINT. ~ Public .-.assemblages are prohibited In New South Wales because of the risk of spreading- the influenza epi demic. That precaution might well be adopted to the courts. In the Pirie Police Court yesterday, during ttie hearing- of the charge against a Malt ese of shooting- with intent to murder, the court was inconveniently crowded, mostly with foreigners. The atmos phere of fite court-house was almost nauseating-. The bench was seriously exercised as to the unhealthy condi tion arising- from the overcrowded state of the court. Captain Creswell, •J.P., pointed out the danger of largv assemblages in view , of the influenza epidemic. He regretted the inability of the bench to order the court, to-be eleared. He made the suggestion, however, that people not directly con cerned in the cases should leave the building. ' - _ Tlvfe witnesses in the- case were or dered to leave the court." and they gladly obeyed the mandate. As re gards the remainder of the people in co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
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PUBLIC INHALATORIUM SIX HUNDRED A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
PUBLIC INHALATORIUSL SIX HUNDRED A DAY. During Tuesday COO persons .went through the public inhalatorium. The only discomfort experienced, and that a very slight one, is caused • by the necessary humidity of the atmosphere. This causes the room to appear hot ter than it is, so much so in fact, that yesterday people on coming out- of. the inhaling chamber, - the temperature of -which is '92 at the coolness of the outside air, which was as a matter of fact 98 de grees, or six degrees hotter. . . The number treated yesterday at the public inhalatorium was 670, an increase of 70 on the day before.
Police Court Absent Without Leave. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
Police Coorl Absent Without Leave. James McMahon, firefinan, oil the steamship Highland Monarch, " was charged in -the Police 'Court yesterday with absenting liimelf without leave on January 2 $._ Defendant pleaded not guilty. Captain Shelton and the chief en gineer, Mr Alexander Cameron Crich ton, stated that defendant left the ship without permission at 0.10.p.m. on . Januarv 28. The chief engineer add ed that when defendant returned' to the ship he was drunk, and used in sulting language. Defendant stated that he had been given leave by the chief engineer. The chief engineer denied the state ment. : ■. Defendant was ordered to be de tained in custody until 9 o'clock this morning, when he will be taken to the ship, which will leave the port about that hour. Indecent Language. In the Police Court yesterday, be fore Mr H. A. Chester and Captain I C'reswell, J's.P., Alexander: Ayniand, j charged with using indecent language,' was fined £2, with 15/ costs; in de-j fault, li clays' imp...
Disease in Adelaide STATE DECLARED INFECTED. ISOLATED FROM OTHER STATES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
hseas@ STATE'DECLARED INFECTED. ISOLATED FROM OTHER STATES. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. There was a long and important conference this ; afternoon regarding what action is.to be taken by the au thorities now that it is definitely set-" tied that pneumonic influenza cases exist in Adelaide-. The Cabinet and the health aiid military authorities ' conferred throughout the day, and to night it was announced that South Australia had been declared an infect ed State, ^nd quarantine regulations will, be - rigidly ^nforced, particularly as regards border traffic. The neigh boring States^ have been notified and the border "closely policed. This means that South Australia is now definitely isolated and will re main so until all pneumonic cases have gone. - Elaborate machinery of procedure .which had been prepared is now de 'finitely in operation, and special pre e>ulions will be adopted to safeguard country centres. : Reports from the hospital to-night' are considered satisfactory. There are one ...
WEATHER NOTES FOR JANUARY, 1919. DRY AN CHANGEABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
-WEATHER NOTES FOR JANUARY, 1919. DRY AN CHANGEABLE. ** The main feature of tlie weather in South Australia during the-past month has been the absence of prolonged heat. This was clue to the rapid move ment of the depressions, which", in every instance, were quickly followed by high pressure systems, bringing' cool southerly changes. The anti cyclones, on the other hand, frequent ly had a much slower rate of pro gress, especially while centred; along the Southern Ocean, and cool spells of several days' duration were experi enced. The mean temperature over the central, southern and coastal dis tricts was below normal, with one or two exceptions, notably 2.1 deg. above at Streaky Bay, In most cases the variations were under 1 deg. (Cape Borda 1.9 deg. below, having been the greatest shortage). Over the north ern areas, however, the mean; temper ature was above tlie average. Farina was 2.S deg. in excess, but through out the Territory tlie month was cool er than usual, viz., 1.9 deg., ...
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL. DIFFICULTY AT CRYSTAL BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
EMERGENCY HOSPITAL. "DIFFICULTY AT CRYSTAL BROOK. » On Monday a deputation from the local board of health asked the -trus tees of the Crystal Brook Methodist church for the .use of-the Sunday school and church buildings as a hos pital in case of an outbreak of pneu monic influenza. ' ; After the deputation withdrew dis cussion followed, in which the opin ion was expressed . that the building f might be handed over and occupied by i^a single suspected case, and result in the whole property being closed down for a considerable time, and thus a valuable religious and moral force in the neighborhood would, be unnecess arily checked. it. was. also felt that prejudice arising from fear of infec tion attaching to such if building would be hard to move. A further difficulty is that tlie buildings are in the centre of the town, and have neither sanitary nor other conveniences, for even a temporary hospital. Other .proper lies were named such as the shovv grounds and biuldings and the drill h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
WE, the UNDERSIGNEDHEREBY gfve NOTICE that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore^existing- betweeir FREDER ICK CHARLES FORD and' ALBERT HAROLD MAY and knowiStas FORD and MAY, PRINTERS of David Street, Port Pine, lias been dissolved ,by Siu tual consent as -from JAN^f ARYts.31, 1919. ALBERT HAROLD MAYr "will CONTINUE to CARRY on i^e BUSIN ESS under the same styl# an&lt;3 '\vill receive all DEBTS DUE and* discharge all LIABILITIES of same. Signed Frederick Gfii^?lesFtoi'd , - Albert Harold May. January, 3i. 19i9. nff - - , :.j£ * sTo s. '••a
Pirie House Isolated FAMILY'S COMMENDABLE CAUTION [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
FAMILY'S COMMENDABLE CAUTION ' It was rumored round Pirie yester day that a case of'pneumonic influenza, had been detected in the town. On enquiry, however, it was found that the rumor arose from the fact that a local family, on their return from a trip to Adelaide, developed symptoms of a slightly suspicious nature, and on the adivce of J)r. Close, who is at tending them, decided to voluntarily isolate themselves. Dr.®. Close, when asked, said that there was nothing in the case of an alarming nature* and it was only ultra precaution that/ suggested the steps taken. -
Influenza Epidemic The State Isolated Pirie's Preparations Delayed CENTRAL BOARD DILATORY [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
The State Isolated rie's aliens CENTRAL BOARD DILATORY. i „ "There is absolutely nothing- new to report," remarked the Mayor (Mr A. B. Forgan).'when'.asked last night what developments liad taken place in connection """Willi the anti-influenza campaign. "We are . concerned," .he added, receiving no word from the Chief . Secretary with reference fto the promised supply of senni, or from the Central Boad of Health, aijd with re ference to other matters brought un der the notice of the Central Board and to which replies are urgently awaitjed. The town clerk will wire first thing in the morning to the Chief Secretary and tlie chairman of the Central Board for information as to serum and replies to correspondence." , The health oOicer (Dr. Lei!eh) also ; stated that there were no develop ments. lie inoculated during the af ternoon another detachment of em ployes of the BJI.A.S. at the associa tion's inhalatorium. i o
In the Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
: Word lias been received that Pte. Walter L. Scott, son of Mr and Mrs W. J. Scott, Balmoral road, Port Pirie, is returning' home. . ' ' "Lieul.-Goloner' Harris, officer in charge -of the South Australian divis ion ; of the Salvation, Army, has com pleted a brief officiafcvisit to Port Pirie. He arrived on Tuesday at midday; and left on Wednesday by the middaT~tniin on his way back to Adelaide. He at tended a soldiers' councir on Tuesday night at the Army Hall, Florence street, at which there was a large attendance. "Colonel" Harris; referred to the spir itual campaign, known as the "great offensive," which is being carried oii during the four months ending May ; 31, and the need of special activities in corps life during that period. '•Col onel" Harris attended a meeting at Wirrabara last night. " .
WOMAN IN DESPAIR. ATTEMPT TO KILL HERSELF. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
WOMAN iN DESPAIR. •ATTEMPT TO KILL HERSELF. [ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Edith Johnson, a frail elderly wo man? appeared in the Police .'Court to day on a charge of having' on January "3 taken a quantity; of carbolic,' disin fectant fluid with'intent- to kill her self. " Sub-Inspector Beare said the accus ed had been living with a man named Ib'son, who treated her very badly, and it was on account of that treat ment .that she had drunk the liquid; The Salvation ; Array was willing- to lake accused into a home. Plain-clothes Constable Byrne said the woman told him.:. "I have done this on account of ill-treatment of a man. 1 am living with. I am sorry I did it, and I have suffered'for it." The S.M. remarked that he would -iliow accused to enter the Salvation Army home upon her entering into a bond of . £» to &lt;be of good behavior 'or six months.