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DEATH RATE NOT HIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 6 February 1919
DEATH RATE NOT HIGH. The cases reported in Melbourne to Monday were: Cities, 1005; towns, .68: boroughs, 25; shires; 143; the total being..'1,241, and the total deaths 55. The latest figures do not indi cate either for beteror for worse. The outbreak is widespread. Even remote country districts have-not escaped, among those reporting cases being Fern tree Gully. , Kyneton, Kilmore, Narracan, Eagtehawk, Maryborough, Berwick, Maffra, Numurkah, and Wim ■ mera. .
SCALDED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
SCALDED TO DEATH. Deniitry Borivosky, the three-year old son of Mr and Airs. Demiiry Bor ivosky, of Government road, Pirie West, died in Hie hospital at niidnigh.t. on Wednesday from shock. Nw result of being' scaldetl." The little one was chasing a kitten at midday, when lie • tripped and felt into a copper of boil ing water. He was attended to by Dr. Leiteh, but the case was regarded as hopeless from the outset.
ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
ANONYMOUS CONTRIBUTIONS. f- Several items for publication have reached ; "The Recorder" through the post unsigned except with a nom de plume. • In all cases il is necessary that the actual name and adress of the writer should be attached, not for publication but as^a guarantee, of good faith. •
The Recorder Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1910. ONE BIG UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
Published Daily. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7," 1910. ONE BiG UNION. In these stirring; months of recon struction following upon the war there is imperative need for watchfulness on the part of all people who are not con tent to let others decide their destiny. Everything is in a slate of ilux. Em pires, dynasties, forms of government are changing almost day by day. The collapse of what were thought to be stable institutions has released a spirit of social unrest which finds expression in widespread outbreaks, whether the passive force of an orderly 'strike, the ;reckless brutality of Bolshevism, or quiet revolt from adherence to a threadbare creed. Social customs and ideas and institutions are all, more or less, on trial, and changes are taking place almost as rapidly, as ip the transformation scene of the old pan tomime, Greatest of all these changes is tfte substitution of Bolshevism for cratie rule in Russia; and it teachgs a lesson which should be learned by every apostle of unrest. Chan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
ANSTRALfftN NATIVES' ASSOCIA TION. „ - MIXED BRANCH. PORT. PIRIE LODGE, No. 30. Meets" I evory MONDAY NIGHT after Smelter Pay at 7.30 p.m., at the A.W.A. Hall. ; President: S. J. Davis. : / .J. S. HOCKING, Secretary • Box 69. R. A. O B. GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND. " PIRIE No. 19. Meets Every MONDAY NIGHT at the INTERNATIONAL HALL. SOLOMONTOWN No. 53. ' Meets Everex -WEDNESDAY NIGHT at ST. ANTHONY'S SCHOOLROOM. WEST SUBURBAN, No. 45. Meets Every FRIDAY" NIGHT at WEST" SUBURBAN HALL.
Strikes More Serious GOVERNMENT INTERVENES. EXTENSION OF TROUBLE. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
GOYERNSlENT intervenes. extension of trouble. " (Router's Service.) london, Wednesday. Four thousand members of the Army Service Corps have effused duty at three London depots, claiming that the mechanical work should be done under union conditions. The Government "has issued an-or der under the Defence of Realm. Act preventing' the . electric power em ployes? from striking under a penalty of six'' months' imprisonment. The War Cabinet refused to receive a de putation of locomotive engineers. - Mr Bonar Law pointed out ""that when the Cabinet agreed upon the eight hour day it was clearly under stood by the Government and the en gineers that it was to be an eight hours working day, hence there was no room for misunderstanding. It- is officially reported ,that the Ministry of Labor will intervene in the strike^f the union leaders continue unable to control, the rebels in their own ranks. . : ■ (United Service Cable.) The Government has taken firm ae l.ion, with Mr Lloyd George's appro...
UNSCRUPULOUS EMPLOYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
UNSCBUPULOUS EMPLOYERS. - ; Mr. Justice Edmunds, in the Sydney Industrial Court on Wednesday.-refer red to certain practices which, he un derstood, prevailed largely in the re tail: trade. As employes become en titled to. higher wages they were fre quently paid off and beginners brought in at a lower rate of pay. "This is a very serious matter," continued his Honor. "As girls grow up and are en titled to a higher; rate of pay they are dismissed; and-, passed out of employ ment. I know of this thing having 1 happened in certain firms which one would think were above such a prac tice. They had the advantage of the girl's labor forfour or five years, and when ...she has come to the 20 years' rate of pay she has been passed by." . .... : .
CRICKET IN ENGLAND. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
CRICKET IN ENGLAND. (Reuter's Service.) - LONDON; Wednesday. . The Cricket Advisory Committee has confirmed a decision to restrict county matches to two days. The championship will be calculated by one point for} each win. Members of county regiments are ipso facto quali fied to play for the county. ; (United Cable Service). . It now appears that unless a mana ger Is appointed immediately, au tlio rised to hold the (Australian cricket team together. to smooth jealousies, and negotiate with the Marylebone Club, the Australian tour will be en dangered. One player has staled that the tour probably will not be. held be cause the players prefer to go home.
COOL CHANGE COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
COOL CHANGE COMING. The Government Meteorologist said on Wednesday jiight: "Barometers in tliis State have fall en .indicating the approach of the western depression, which at 3 o'clock was near tlie head of the Bight. With the continued ad vance of this system hot and sultry weather may be expected with north erly winds, but 011 the far west coast a cool southerly change will probably set in, and within the next day or two spread eastward and "become general. The disturbance will probably be as sociated with scattered showers and thunderstorms." - - -
Industries Commission RESIGNATION OF MEMBERS. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
Industries Commission RESIGNATION! OF MEMBERS. ■ -ADELAIDE, Thursday, Wfren the Koya]^ G ommission on In dustries met at Parliament House this morning- the chairman, Mr Angus, M.P., said he had received from Mr T. Pascoe a letter intimating that he had. decided to resign his": position ■ as a member oT" the commission. He had further stated that he had taken this step purely as* a. matter of conscience, as his relations with the other mem bers had always been of the most cor dial nature.- Mr Pascoe, giving rea sons for his action, said: "I have taken I that course simply because: the com mission, is now enquiring hito matters affecting the Wheat Scheme manage ment during the period that 1 was a member of the board. I felt, in view of the circumstances, that I am unable to act as a judge upon those maters. My action -does not express any per sonal feeling towards members of the commission or Government. Although I would like to have remained on the commission to deal with rural indus...
"Newhere to Live." FAMILY SLEEP IN PARK LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
"Ncwkre to Live." FAMILY SLEEP £N PARK LANDS.— Shortage of accommodation in Pirie was strikingly emphasised by the dis covery yestectlay'that a man, his wife and four children, the youngest -a-baby in arms had slept in the Park Lands for the past two nights because they were unable to find lodgindgs. Such a state of affairs can only be., des cribed as shocking-. In justice to the local authorities it must be stated that when, after sleep ing out with iiis wife and "children for two. nights, the man appealed to .the Mayor, arrangements were made through .the B.II.A.S. authorities for accommodation in one of the com pany's buildings. However, in the meantime the man himself found a place. V • This family were not seeking char-" ity, a roof over their heads was all they asked, arid for ..that they were prepared to pay. The Mayor. Silent. - Mr. Forgan stated yesterday he pre ferred not to make any statement on the "housing problem. Questioned as to the ease of the family that had to sle...
THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS FRANCE ALMOST PERSUADED. (United Gable Service.) LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
THE LEAGUE OF NA1I0NS FRANCE ALMOST PERSUADED. (United Gable Service.) . LONDON, Wednesday. Great importance is placed on Presi dent Wilson's speech in the Chamber , of Deputies, in which he spoke of France's necessity for the League of Nations ^to protect her" as the bulwark of civilisation. France is always sen sitiv.e about the weakness of lier fron tiers. ' The ,chief French writers yesterday and to-day admit that France cannot stand without friends, hut they ask whether the League could act swiftly and ".effectively_ French opinion undoubtedly is get ting closer to a cordial acceptance of the League. . Still bruised and bleed ing from the felon blow, France is naturally sceptical about the safe guards against similar misdeeds, ex cept armaments and alliances, but if assured thalj President Wilson stands for a true, league of free nations, sleepless in vigilance, swift in decis ion, immediate in-action, French hesi tation will be overcome. • (United Cable Service.) v PARIS, Wedn...
BOLSHEVIST ACTIVITY RUSSIAN ARMIES ADVANCING ADJACENT COUNTRIES THREATENED Advancing in Russia GERMANY UNDER THREAT. (Published in The Times.) HELSINGFORS, Wdnesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
BOLSHEVIST ACTIVITY . Advancing in Russia GERMANY UNDER THREAT. (.Published in The Times.) ' IIELSINGFORS: W«dnescliiy The Bolshevists occupy nearly the whole of the eastern Ukraine, causing a critical situation. They have formed a Soviet Government-at Kharkoff. The premier is Lenin's friend, the Socialist Rakovsky, a member of the Bresllit ovsk delegation, who. is sending vast stocks of Ukraine corn, sugar, and coal to Moscow and Petrograd to strengthen the Bolshevist hold in Russia. , The Bolshevists . Ukrainian army is now marching "■ on Kief, Odesso and Stockholm. LONDON,- Wednesday. The tension between the German soldiers' councils and the Government is made graver by the continued ad vance of the Bolshevist forces in Lith ania and Gourland, towards, east Prus sia.. ^ It is reliably declared that the in vading army is—well controlled, uni ted, and of excellent moral, dropping domestic differences in the' eagerness to fight Germany and regain the alien ated territory. (United Ga...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
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DEATH OF HARRY STOOKDALE. WELL KNOWN EXPLORER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919
DEATH OF HARRY STOOKDALE. WELL KNOWN EXPLUKi i ,M r. Harry. Stockdale, an oiu-iinie explorer, and a well-known figure in ^ydney racing circles, died Jast week in Sydney. "" • •. . Mr.&lt; Stockdale* -who was 78 years of rage, was an Englishman, and came to South Australia irom Croft, near Dar lington, in Yorkshire, as a lad, to join his uncle, Mr. Edward- Stockdale, at Lake flawdcri station. Thai was in the middle "sixties," and on the run at that time were Adam. Lindsay Gordiyr, t tie go etJo tinny B rower, fa tl ler o f the celebrated Victoriaxj trainer, who has plied his calling in Australia find -Englandand: Tom Hales,the famous jockey. : Miv Stockdale was -a close friend ol Adam. Lindsay Gordon. It was only recently that he was talking to a friend about Gordon, and he con fessed that the fascination ol" his verse stili remained with him, imd .that 'none stirred find inspired him so much as Gordon. Mr. .Stoekdaie, who had done mucli exploration work in Australia, was in ...