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Four at a Birth EXTRAORDINARY ADELAIDE RECORD. ONE INFANT DIES. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

Fonr at a Birth 1 EXTRAORDINARY ADELAIDE RECORD. ONE INFANT DIES. „ , ADELAIDE, Thursday. __ Pour sons-were born to a mother. aged'37 years, at the McB ride Home, Adelaide, on Tuesday.— The McBride Home is a -Salvation Army institution. .One of the four died tofday, but the other three infants'are expected to -survive. It is said to be about thirty years since more than Triplets, were born m Adelaide. On that occasion there were five at a birth. According to Knibbs there were four births of four in Aus tralia in 191*7.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

CRICKET. ' A . match was played between the Port Pirie Shop Assistants and Crystal; Brook Early Closers .on the Crystal Brook grounds on-Wednesday. Scores: Crystal Brook Early Closers. First Innings. II. J. Claridge. b Collins ... . .. 5 B. Head, b White . . ........ 6 -V. Sargent, not out . . . 31 F. Claridge, c Oke, i> Collins .. 0 P. Nieass; b White .. ...... .. 0 L. Abell, run out •• i G. Washington, b White . . .... 0 R. Dawes, b While .. ....... . . 0 E. 0. Smith,'"b White . . ... . 1 A. .J. Martins, b Collins .... . r' 5 B. Chessdn. c and b White . . . . 0 Total . .. . - i9 Port'Pirie Shop Assistants. First Innings. F. Budd, b Claridge .. .. .. -• 2 11. K. Oke, e and b .Head .. ,. . . 5 A. Collins." b Dawes .... ...... 21 A. li.J3erry, c" Nieass, b Head . . 14 Geo. White, b Head-.; ...... .. 19 A.R. Bosomworth, b Abel .. . . 5 •I. Miller, c Sargent, b Dawes . . 4 H. Usher, c Sargent, b Claridge . 14 Geo. Low, not out .. . . . . .. . . 21 H."Hawke, b Dawes .. .. .. 0 VY. Co...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

7 NOTICE. AVE, the UNDERSIGNED, 'HEREBY . give NOTICE that the PARTNERSHIP: heretofore existing between FREDER ICK CHARLES FORD and ALBERT HAROLD MAY and known as FORD and MAY, PRINTERS of David Street, Port Pirie, has been dissolved by mu tual consent as from JANUARY 31. 1919: ALBERT HAROLD MAY will CONTINUE to CARRY on tlie BUSIN ESS under ^ the same style; and will receive all DEBTS DUE and-discharge all LIABILITIES of same. Signed Frederick CharlesFord ' ' Albert Harold May. January, 31, 1919. i " • ■-S tQ S. A <JARD. Mr A. E. BOLT, Cental Surgeon (late of Bristol-has JOINED ip Practice of Dentistry, Mr. H. C. AF FORD, .Surgets Tentist, Ellen street, Port Pirie. 94q Such of the cable news on this page I as is so-headed appeared in The Times, and Is ;■ cabled to "The Recorder" by special permission. It should be under stood that the opinions given are not those of The Times unless expressly sxaiea oe so.

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STORSES OF STRANGE DEATHS [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

STORSES OF STRANGE DEATHS Sumo years ago a tipsy man was' turned oui of a Manchester public house l'or making a disturbance. He tried to force his way back, and the door was shut on his lingers. Ten minutes later he was found dead in the street. A postmortem showed that he had been suffocated by a morsel of skin stuck in the wind-pipe. What happened was.this. His .linger was hurt by the slamming of the door. Naturally he put it into his mouth. A piece of broken skin passed down ,liis throat, caught in the air passage, and. suffocated him.. Curious cases of suffocation are fre quently .met -.with. Some years ago {-says a writer in a London paper), a . Parisian named . Joseph Micoulas, em ployed in a laboratory in (he Rue* do Gliarariton, had a. lit and fell forward with las head in a basin of gold dust. He-breathed in a quantify of the dust, and was dead in a few minutes. Per haps the only man /who lias ever been literally drowned in gold. .One day in January, an un known man same as...

Publication Title: Recorder
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SHORT AND SWEET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

SHORT AND SWEET, Tiie official war communique of to day is" a comparatively lengthy affair, j There were no detailed-dispatches ' in the old times. The. country at \vaiv waited anxiously, day after day," week after week, and when the official mes • sages-arrived at last;ver.y often it co_n lained only three words or so. But those three words .-were usually con vincing. " Even in comparatively. recent times many classic: communiques-may be found whose whole point lies in their brevity. After^he had beaten the en ey at Duren. "Turenne wrote home to. • headquarters"The enemy came,' was beaten. I am tired. Good night." That was all. "We have met the en emy and they arc ours,'.' was kow Perryv put it to General Harrison after the famous battle of Lake Erie. ... - Admiral Blake, in a typical bulldog dispatch announced his victory over the .French in the: following terms "Please, ;your honor and glory, met with! the French fleet, killed, took, sunk, and burned as per margin. Yours, &am...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

ort Pirie Technical School. First Terra Begins MONDAY, February 10,1919 CLASSES held in: Assaying, Cheuiislry, Metallurgy, Applied Mechanics, Mechanical Drawing, Mathematics (practical and pure). Mechanical. Engin eering-, Fitting and Turning, Setting Out for Ironworkers. Carpentry, Book keeping, Shorthand, Business Correspondence (including typewriting), Cook ing (plain and invalid), Clerical Class, English.' OPENING CEREMONY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1919, in the H1G1I SCHOOL BUILDINGS, at 8 p.m. . . ALL CORDIALLY INVITED. ' fs . A. E. HESELTINE, B.E., F.S.A.S.M. * The Si -; 'WW f \ - .AFTER A NINE DAYS' TREAL BY TIIE GREATEST OF ALL JUDGES—THE PEOPLE—IS THAT . " ; Qoode Brothers . CERTAINLY STAND ALONE FOR LOW PRICES DURING THEIR GREAT BRGAIN SALE. FOR \ KBW DAYS LONGER WE INTEND GIVING OUR CUSTOMERS 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 the re markable, price o...

Publication Title: Recorder
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INCOMING TRAVELLERS. TREATMENT AT INHALATORIUM [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

INCOMING TRAVELLERS. treatment at inhalatorium . ■ 'JHCiaiiumii The Town Clerk (Mr E.E. Garrett) last night stated that the local board of health had made arrangements for passengers by the Adelaide; train be ing requested to pass through the in hala torium in the Soldiers' Memorial Parle, Gertrude street; before going home. Notices to that effect will be placed in the carriages, with directions how to reach the ir?halatoriu>ru Other steps will' be taken, as may suggest themselves, to inform the passengers. The isolation of the housp on The Terrace, at the request of the- oc cupier, was lifted on Wednesday night.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Sporting CLARE RACES. UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

CLARE RACES. O.FORTUXATE INCIDENT. I The clay's sport at Clare on Wed nesday was somewhat marred by an imfortunale -circumstances winch oc curred in the Handicap Trial Stakes'. The. race was for all" iforses that had. not won a stake of 20' soys,; or over, and the Lop weight in the race was to curry !) stone <>r over. Wizzo {Bax, f>st.) went -to tfie post, but it was suddenly, discovered that the gelding was not eligible for the race. Money had been paid: into the machine on Wizzo which- had to be returned. The race was run, however, with this re sult: Wairakei, 7si. I0ib.. 1; Hopfac tor, 2; Red- Colors, 3; Zenobiaii, 4. The committee immediately met ancl declared it a false start. Only,;Waira Jcei and Hopfactor appeared at the run oil',, however, and Wairakei found the post first.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Case at Port Augasla OVERLAND TRAFFIC RESTRICTED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

Case at Port Augasla | OVERLAND TRAFFIC RESTRICTED. J ADELAIDE, Thursday.. Gnj Wednesday a case of influenza was moved from Kersbrook to the Exhibition hospital. To-day the iocal medical officer rang up and asked if the Central .Board would take another ease., When the ambulance went up on Wednesday two children were ill, but one of the parents decided that one child need not go to the hopitaL" That child was mueh worse tfiis morn ing, and.orders were given for her re moval to the Exhibition hospital. Un der section i 43 of the Health Act the local board has power eompulsorily to remove patients under certain condi tions to a hospital within reasonable distance. -.• -. A" report from Port Augusta states thai IT a suspected case of. iniluenza left the town by the east-west -train, oil Saturday. He was brought back from Pimba last riig-Jii and/ isolated in the hospital: with contacts. That was I aone^according- to agreement. Tents I had been at Port Augusta for three J Weeks ready for...

Publication Title: Recorder
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BURRA RACES. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

BURRA RACES. ADELAIDE, Thursday. \ The following horses accepted for' the i-ac«s to take .place next Satur day: " ■ " "i HANDICAP- HURDLES; - Two miles. BalUebridge . . ,, .. «- .. 10 A Grace \Yatson .. ..- .. .... ., 10 3 Lochiel .. ., .. . . .. .... 10 0 Lulabar . . ...... . . !) 10 Jolly Dick . ■-.,- ' i> 0 BUMiA HANDICAP. w One mile and a quarter".; Baraeoon . .. . . . .. • • .. 9 0 Arltunga King . . .-. .... . . 7 la Cheer Up .... .... .... 7 5 Miss Restful .. .... .. 7 2 Lochiel ...... .. . . .. 7 0 A5ACK ERODE FLYING HANDICAP. - . Six fui-lougs. Baraeoon .. ........ .. !> 0 Mazaro .. .. ... ........ 8 T> Sypscope :..... ....... 7 7 Jamestown . . . . ...... . . 7 7 Lord Mint-berry • • •• •• •• * 7 n Royal. Care ... 7 2 Hopfactor .......... . . 7 0 HANDICAP JUMPERS" FLAT. One mile, and a quarter. Pinballie .... . 7 . . 10 4 Koreal .. - - .. .. .. .. .. 10 0 Battlebridge .. . . ....... 9 11 Lochiel .. .... .. .... .. i)_ll Olive'Downs .. .. .. .. .. 9" 4 Jolly Diclc t) ...

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VICTORIAN JOCKEY KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

VICTORIAN JOC.KEY KILLED. Cyril Paton,. a Victorian, jockey was killed when a horse called Seek fell in the Launeeston Cup. - He was a pro mising youth of IS. - He had done a good deal of riding in Victoria, prin cipally _at pony meetings. Eighteen months" ago- he sustained severe con- \ cu^ion through a fall in a race; He } had been in this state about, three months. R. Home, who had a mount j on Vocal King, which fell over Seek, had one arm broken and several abra- \ ! sions. " ■ V . .. .J —| _A

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MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

MOTORING NOTES. The innovations in new models of British-made cars are gradually "be ing revealed. One uf" tiie most inter esting is the-fitting of Static radial! en gines in the new Entield-iViklay light, tar, which will only weigh about cwt. The -cylinders in the static rad- I ial engine' are stationary and the crankshaft revolves in the same, ways as an ordinary car engine, but instead of being one behind the other the" cylinders are arranged in a circle { round the crankshaft. It is usual for an odd number of cylinders to be used i —in the .case of the Enlield-Allday car j a five-cylinder air-cooled engine is! employed. This innovation is one of! Hie most interesting of those that .are expected as an outcome of aero engine, practice, and will be watched with in terest. Up to the present very little has been heard as to British manufactur ers' in lent ions with regard to self- ! starters. --.A great many people :are : taking it for granted that all cars ex- ! cept the -cheapest c...

Publication Title: Recorder
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WHERE DOCTORS AGREE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

WHERE DOCTORS AGREE. While medical men cannot agree anions themselves as to the efficacy of masks, antiseptics .and ; the many other specific? used against influenza, they are of one mind (remarks the "Aire") as to the.value of properly ap olied quarantine measures in-arresting the spread; of the disease. Isolation and" inoculation appear to he the only measures, regarding which there is no j dispute.;

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WHY INVESTORS HESITATE. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

WHY INVESTORS HESITATE. (To the Editor of "The Recorder. Sir,—Having read your leading ar ticle in-yesterday's "Becorder" on "Housing Problem," permit me to point out Uiat an unfair inference may be dimvn from your comments by those unacquainted with the -facts of the case. In tt£e first, place it may-be, stated, in fairness to those interested in land and other ..housing improve ments, that the "Smelting ' Company announced their .intention of building a considerable -number of houses some two years ago. The erection was to be of lightning x'apidity, compared with older metliods. ^he local, archi tects were commissioned-to bring out plans for no inconsiderable number of residents. In view of these cir cumstances where are the speculat ors to be found willing fo enter inj-o cc»mpetiUpj^'wifbrA;'POwerfal--- corpora tion such as 'ther Smelters Coy ? WiUi all your Iai'ge,lieartedness and sym pathetic notions, Mr.' Editor, woukl you : undortako flhanciiiff house build ing, land buying, ...

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LABOR LEADER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

'-Labor leader's views. , Mr.'Lacey; president of the Port Pirie branch of the A.L.P., gave facts and figures yesterday which bear out the statements made by "The Re corder" in its article on the shortage of housing accommodation. In Mr. Lac.ey's opinion the articles were too. moderate to-adequately meet the situ ation.. in i case personally known a short- time back, to him, there "were. 28 persons living in seven rooms. Two of these people had one room for which they paid £1 a week. * and the "oilier 21 existed in the remaining six rooms. o The suggestion that it did not pay as an investment to build in Pirie, found Mr. Lacey frankly sceptical. How can that be, said he, when -at the pre sent time—there is a place that cost siriee the war, under £250 to build" that returns 35/ a week rent,.approx imately 36 per cent. Again, take ano ther instance, he went on, of three small rooms built of second-hand ma terial bringing in 17/6 a week. These Are a couple of cases from many'that could...

Publication Title: Recorder
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ALCOHOL AS AN ANTIDOTE. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

ALCOHOL AS AN ANTIDOTE.. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") Sir,—la your issue of February 4,1 under the heading "Fighting 'Influ- 1 enza," you have the following: "Sir James'Cantlie states that alcohol is the only — valuable antidote for the new form of influenza." I think it would be well for the public to take the above with a pinch of salt, as it reads very much like a spirits merchants' advertisement. The evidence is overwhelming that alcohol is little use -in any kind of disease, and. harmful in many. . , Dr. V. "G. Akin, of the United.States Public Health Service for South Caro lina, recently wired Surgeon-General Rupert" Blue, of the Public Health Ser vice, as follows: "Am requested by editors of leading jnewspapers of South Carolina for statement regard ing the use of whisky in treatment of influenza pneumonic-cases. In order that opinion be authoratiUve, will the bureau wire: me opinion" for publica tion: Have overcome considerable local hysteria over liquor, but recom men...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Influenza Spreading Pirie Preparations STILL INCOMPLETE. MISUNDERSTANDING OVER TENT [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

Influenza Pirie Preparations STILL INCOMPLETE. MISUNDERSTANDING OVER TENT If7a ease with suspected influenza symptoms is brought under the notice of .the' local health authorities, the llrst step is. tb isuirito the sucr*ected person and all con lets is far as is possible. Two tents hfi\e been receiv ed at the hosF I l fi m tie Central Board of Health., hut. though- they have been in-., possession for: a week "r so the} are still-Jn the same sfei4e as - v. h( n recen ed. Each lent is1 supposed i -tojiold two beds. Local health-'i iliith-.' j 01 Hies ha\e taken it fur granted that these beds will be at their disposal for the reception of the first case or cases rin Port Pirie. That fact has been ' stated as a reason for not making' progress at, the isolation camp But the hospital officials slates, verv^em phatically that no case from outside the hospital will be admitted into the hospital grounds.- "That would'mean file isolation of the hospital," slated I the matron, "and this is a ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

ADVERTISEMENT RATES. "THE. RECORDER-," PORT P1IUE. The Scale of Charges for -V Casual Advertisements in "The Recorder" is as follows: Each Insertion .. ... .. 4/" per in eh Each Insertion after third insertion, with out resetting .. .. 3/ per inch Eaclr Insertion after . eigiUh insertion with- ■ out- resetting ..... 2/G per inch Wanted Column *('f - prepaid), 16 words. for ... . ... .! 1/ Wanted Column (if prepaid), three con secutive insertions . . 2/G Scatters (16 words - •each) . . . . . . . . 2/6 for three ] Birth, Heath, Marriage, I - Funeral, " In Mcmor- f iani . and Return i Thanks notices .-r . 3/ per inch 6d. for each' . additional line Rates for Contract Advertisements .will be supplied on application. FRANCIS' MARBLE BAR. Try our new Soda Fountain Drink, Clean and Pure. Special for To-day. CHOCOLATE 4d. GLASS. CHOCOLATE AND MILK 6d glass. Note Address.-—Ernest J. Francis, (opp. Barrier Hote1.) DRAUGHTS START CO! DS. Nazetha Is the most effective >nd pleasing cure for h...

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AMERICAN CAUSTIC COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 7 February 1919

AMERICAN CAUSTIC COMMENT. I The Kaiser must be taught there ' can b.e no wreck without a- reckoning-. I —-Newark News. There is still a liig diftgrenec be-* tween an unconditional and a Hun-con ditional peace.—Newark News. .The Germans now Juivc their backs to. the wall that isn't there.—New York "Morning telegraph." There caaJbta-mj-concert of the na tions until Germany has learned to play second fiddle instead of the big bass drum.—"Anaconda Standard." s 1t is not true that the Kaiser has reached the end of his rope. When he does that, his feet will lack four or five feet of reaching- the ground.— "Houston Post/' The limit of sorrow and distress the Kaiser has inflicted upon his own peo ple will "not be reached unless he ab dicates in favor of the Crown Prince. 'Amiconda Standard."

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