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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

AN AWKWARD TIME. Rigllt in Jhe busiest season, when you have the least time to spare, you are most likely to have an attack of diarrhoea and lose valuable time, un less you have Chamberlais's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand and take a dose at tre first appearance of the' di sease. Sold everywhere. .

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POISONED BY BERRIES. BOY BROUGHT FROM WEEROONA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

POISONED BY BERRIES Wilfred Tymm, a child of three, was h'rorgtit over in the Smelters Company's launch yesterday from Weeroona, and admitted to the Eiric Hospital, apparently : suffering- from the effects of eating' some poisonous berry. Under the care of Dr. Leiteh the patient is progressing favorably. BOY BROUGHT FROM WEKROONA.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Overworked Nurses VOLUNTARY AID MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

VOLUNTARY AID MOVEMENT. Reference has been made to the fact that-the hospital staff is over worked owing to the number of ty phoid cases now in the institution. The number has increased to 23, and fresh cases are coming in daily. Mrs Leitch is exerting herself in order to secure the help of volunteers to re lieve the nurses. "With her is associa ted Miss Gladys Jones. Twenty volun teers are asked for. Ladies wiling to offer" their services are invited to meet Miss Jones between the hours of 2 and 4.30 p.m. to-day. Monday, and Tuesday, next, al the oflice of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Asso ciation, so that the matter might be discussed, .- •' - .. ; i

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

Ruthless Reductions in all Stocks . * • V-- ••.'•"• • ..." --•_•• ■>■ . . "S** •■.■•■ Our WHOLE STOGft is now being subjected to MIGHTY liEDUG TIOISS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking Stocfe. A . : SEE OUTBARGAINS ia Stylish BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUY TO- - l::V DAY whilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. Note these Wondroiis Bargains LEjATHER BAGS, Superbly finished, from .'. ...... , . 2/G "E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from . •; .. . . 4/6 CHAIN''' PURSES,' Very. Stylish, from • v . v . . . 12/6 ^ Stroll thorugh and see-the profusion of MOJiEY-SAVING- Opportunities ; Importer, Diamond Merchant, Manafaclaring Jeweller ▼ and Optician,

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

SHIPPING. High Water: To-day at 11.6 a.m. and 11.22 p.m. To-morrow (Stuiday), 11.18 a.m.: 12 midnight. " The Daihven started loading- at the Baltic wharf at 8 a.m. yesterday. Her cargo will comprise about 6500 tons of wheat. • ' •••*!" The Daghild is at the Railway wharf, and a start will be made this morning to. put on board, a cargo*-of stiffening. ;

Publication Title: Recorder
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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

1 POLICE COURT, in the Police Court yesterday, before Captain G. E. Creswell, J.P., John Iteisner was charged on the informa tion of Constable Sinytii with using indeeent language. Defendant was lined £3. with 15/ costs, in default 1-5 days' imprisonment..

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FORECAST FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

FORECAST- FOR TO-DAY. - Early yesterday afternoon the foW lowing- weather forecast was issued at the Post Office: Hot and sultry, with northerly winds; thunderstorms. Cool change onl West Coast, moving slowly eastward. ■ ~ • - - .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

THE PICTURE OF THE YEAR. CASINO To Night To Night OLGA PETROVA, in her Great Sta? Triumph, THE LIFE MASK A GRIPPING MYSTERY DRAMA. 6 SENSATIONAL lAGTS. <>. A STRANuL STORY OF MURDER AND MONEY. The House of Hate EPISODE No, 7, "THE GERMMENACE " \ Startling Chaptei of \d\enture, featuring;-' PEARL WHITE and ANTONIO MOREIVO. The Bride and Groom A \KRY LAUGHABLE COMEDY. ; AND A SPECIALLY. SELECTED SUPPORTING PROGRAM/ TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. CASINO TO-NSGHT, Licensed Land Brokers, Financiers, and Property Agents. Have HOMES FOR SALE is Good LwslltleB on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAlfHENlS. Roilding Allotments near Smelters, and some • to Company's " :n* Several townships to Select From. From Deposit We Can Supply the Land Build You the House And Lend You the Money All UoeuxneBtB uader He&l Property Act prep&red by cur Expert Con veyancers. 2 ■ C0SSULTAT10H AKD ADV1CK FREE. : ©FFXCg; &LEXAS9SR 8YR&IT. % JEWELLERS arid, OPTICIANS. Are Sti...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

ANSTRAL;AN NATIVES' A830CIA TIOH. MlXED BRANCH. PORT PIRIE LODGE, No. "30, Meets every MONDAY NIGHT, after Smelter Pay at 1.30 p.m., at tiie A.W.A. Hall. President: S. J. Davis. J. S/HOCKING, rSeerelary. • Box 69. : R. A. O^B. ■ : GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND. '' PIRIE No. 10. Meets Every MONDAY NIGHT at the INTERNATIONAL HALL. SOLOMONTOWN No. 53". . Meets Everey WEDNESDAY NIGHT at ST. ANTHONY'S SCHOOLROOM. WEST SUBURBAN, No. '45. Meets Every FRIDAY NIGHT -at WEST SUBURBAN HALL. ' -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder Published Dally. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1919 PIRIE HOUSING CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

Published Dally. ■ • ~ ■ ■ x . SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1913. P1RIE HOUSING CONDITIONS. General support has been given to the attitude adopted by-the "Recorder" on the subject of the shortage of houses in Port Pirie. The statement of facts published to show the extent of the shortage and the shocking results 'that follow therefrom has not been denied. Everyone of these facts was well tested before it was pub lished. No room for doubt exists, ex cept perhaps that some people may differ from the conclusions that have been drawn. That is for each individ ual to decide for himself. But as no one has attempted to combat the views that were expressed, more par ticularly as the Mayor has nothing to say in opposition to them—it is a fair assumption that the whole of Port Pirie agrees that there is a serious shortage of housing accommodation, that such a state or affairs is bad for the town and endangers the health and well-being of the persons most closely affected, and that it is more than hi...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 8 February 1919

FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of the late Mrs MARIA MARTHA SEIDEL are respectfully   informed that her remains will leave her late residence, Crystal Brook, on SUNDAY, 9th inst., at 1 p.m. for interment in the Crystal Brook Cemetery.   W. H. NOAL, Undertaker. FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of the late Mr W. McEWEN   are respectfully informed that   his remains will be removed from his late residence, Main road, Solomontown, THIS DAY (Saturday), at 5   p.m. for interment in the Port Pirie Cemetery.     SYMONDS BROS., Undertakers and Embalmers, Alexander street and Solomontown.

Publication Title: Recorder
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CRICKET. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. SMELTER 'A' VERSUS SMELTER 'B.' [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

CRICKET. I- SATUHDAY'S MATCHES. | SMELTER 'A' VERSUS SMELTER 'B.? j Sultry weather prevailed on sauir dav which made conditions for cricket very unpleasant. Campbell won the toss, and took Connelly in with him; to face the bowling- of Gardner and Brown. With the score at live. Gamp belI hit over a ball from Brown and was bowled (1-3-5).Without any addition to the score Connelly "suc cumbed to"'a good ball from Gardner (2-2^5) - With - - the score at eight Highman mishit Brown and Holds worth joined' Jmpelt, but -with the' score at 14 Impett was bowled by Brown. W'. Nunr.n then became assoc iated with Birrell. and with the score at 35, Birrell was caught by King off Brow'n (5-8-35). Coates joined Nun • an. and quickly put together 7 when lie played back to a ball from Brown And was bowled (6-7-43) .Liddle fill ed the vacant crease, "But had the misfortune to lose Nunan after a ...well made" 22 (7-22-55). Giles was next, but his stay was of short duration, as after 3 he succumbed to a...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Y.M.C.A. VERSUS PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Y.M.C.A. .VERSUS PORT^PIRIE. '1 Wisdom won the toss, and sent in McDonald _and Welsby to'face-the bowling of Mitchell and Miller.. With the score at A JMcDonald was bowled by Miller without scoring. Davis join ed Wel§by, but with the score at 15, the' former was caught by Miller off Mitchell (2-4—15). Wisdom and Welsby took the score to 67, when the former lifted Mitchell to thedeep lield and Easson brought off a good catch (3-28-67): Furler joined Welsby but the latter had the misfortune to be thrown out after, compiling 37 in good sljle ('i-37-82). Smith had only made seven when "lie; was caught by Smerdon off Keinp (5-7-95). Furler hit up 13 when he *was smartly stumped by Garrett (6-13-102). Har per had only made 3 when; he was bowled by Miller (7-3-102). Cooper made i when he had the misfortune to be run out: Pimlott had only made 2 when lie was bowled by Smerdon, the innings closing for 110. Mitchell and Garrett opened for "WM.C.A., but in .Pinllotl's • first- over. Garrett.wa...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. MEETING NEXT SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

PETERBOROUGH WEIGHTS. MEETING NEXT SATURDAY. The North-Eastern Jo.ckey Club's Summer meeting will, be held at Peter borough next Saturday. The weights are:' - HANDICAP HURDLE RALE. About two miles. ' si, lb. ''.-Grace Watson .. .. •• • • 10 .% Cliilclwick . -- ~ Tot'Melbaj •• - - - • •• ; u2 "Lulabar . . ■ '• - ■ - • * ' Olive" Downs • • -V ^ •Tolly Dick .. .. •• -• • • I " • Dextral . - • ' , ' PETERBOROUGH- HANOK-Al . ; Nine furlongs. Ethel M. •• •• •• •• ;• » J Wc Spec . ... * ll Rayahs •• •- ^ v C.ratiosn ' ' .'Cheer Up .■ * • • • ^ ^ Jamestown > -• • • • • ^ St. Cyprian . • - — - • • • ^ ~ -Wairakci Jandy ... •• i !' . - • . .... 7 lo 7 12 8 6 Gyr . •: ... • • • • • • Torilla y • -Olive Downs • ' Scutaria . . • i • • The Conuing Tower ^ -) Bob Manor > • - 4 HANDICAP TRIAL ^lAlvEb. - One mile. . Dell Hose . . . - • • -V J. " Suowtown .. • • • • •• ^ Scutaria. .• • - ■ • • • • " " . BlaHl .y/ •• •••••• . " Hopfaotor .. • I : y Tierawarra , Ileal Gold • • • • • • •• • i Bob ...

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ORROROO RACES. WEIGHTS FOR FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

ORROROO RACES. WEIGHTS FOR FEBRUARY 19. i The following" weights for - the forthcoming meeting on Wednesday. February 19, have been declared: HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. st." Ib. Pinballie • . . .. .... 10 12 Grace Watson . . . . .. 10 G Tot Melba ...... . . .. 10 2 Liiiabar <J 13 Dextral .. .. .. .. .. , 9 3 The Conning Tower . . .. 9 0 ORROROO HANDICAP. > One_.an,tl a quarter miles. Coi>i|ong .. .. .... .. 9 4 Arltunga King ..- .. ». >8 3 Wee Spec .. .. .. .... 7 11 Rvahs .. ...... .. 7 10 St. Cyprian .. .. .. .. 7 10 Ethel M. .. .. .. 7 9 Cheer Up ..." .-. .. .. .. " 7 9 Wairakei J 7 7 Jandy ..... . . . , . . . 7 <3 Albaree , . - 1 .. . .. . . ' 7 4 War Cast . . .... .... 7 0 Bob Manor .. . . . . . JUMPERS' FLAT HiANDK One and a quarter miles. Pinballie ... • - V .. .. 10 7 Grace Watson. . . . . 10 4 5 Tot Melba .. . . . . .. ... 10 3 . Korea . . . . .. .. .". ..102 Lulabar . . . .- ...... . . . 9 13 Dextral .. .. 9y 2 The Conning Tower'-". . .. 9 ...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

R. A. 0. B. GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND. PLRIE No. 19. Meefs Every MONDAY NIGHT at the INTERNATIONAL HALL. - SOLOMONTOWN No. 53. Meets Everey : WEDNESDAY: NIGHT" at ST. ANTHONY'S SCHOOLROOMS ' WEST SUBURBAN, No. 45. " ■Meets Every FRIDAY NIGHT at WEST SUBURBAN HALL.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —February.— [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Spoiling (By "Churinga.") ' RACING FIXTURES. —February-— 12—Martindale Racing Club, i3.—Bordertown Racing- Club. 15.—Gawler -Jockey Club. i5;—North-Eastern Jockey Club. :d9.—Penola Racing Club. li>.—Orroroo Jockey Club. - 20.—tumby Bay Jockey Club. 22.—Port Augusta L.V. Racing Club . -26—Jamestown Racing Club. • — 26.—Millicent Racing Club. 27.—Port Lincoln Racing. Club. —March.— l.—Snowto\yn Racing Club. > 5.—Balaklava Racing Club. . 5.—Mount Canibier Racing Club. - 8.—Spalding Racing Club. J 2.—Port Broughton Racing; Club. 12.—Murat. Bay Jockey Club. . 12, 13.—Naracoorte Racing Club. 13,-^-Port Adelaide Racing Club. "

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE CASES MILD. SIXTEEN IN A WEEK. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

ADELAIDE CASES MILD. SIXTEEN IN A WEEK. ADELAIDE, Sunday. An official bulletin issued from: tne Exhibition isolation hospital-oil Satur day afternoon gave TTfe total number of influenza cases to date as 61. There were no further admissions: One addi tional patient was received on -Friday after the hospital report liad boon enm municatod to the press. : The extremely mild character' of the outbreak may be gauged from the fact that only sixteen fresh cases have been admitted to the Exhibition hos pital in a week. . It is expected that a number of con valescents will be discharged oil Tues day. Everything is going on satisfac torily at the hospital. , An equipment of a twenty-bed hos pital complete has been despatched to Port Pirie in case of emergency. Serviceton and Kaniva are practic :«Iiy clear, there being only between six and twelve detained persons there. Separate accommodation has been provided for railway running employes at Coekburn. About 260 persons" will be clear to-morrow...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BURRA RACES. MISS RESTFUL WINS DOUBLE. BURKA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

BURRA RACES. •MISS RESTFUL WINS DOUBLE. BURKA. Sunday. The Burni races were held yester day, with the following results: HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. Grace Watson, 10.3 {Jensen; . . I Jolly Dick, 9.0 (Titus) .. ... .2 'italilebridgc, lO.-i- {Plush). ....3; Won by four lengths. Dividend, £.1 iv, ' - . - : TRIAL STAKES: Six furlong's.. Dell Fire {Bennett) .. . .1 Blaiil (Reddan) . . .. .. .. • • ~ Hopfaeior (Herbert) . . " .. . . . . 3 Won by hvo lengths. Dividend, £4 '77, . BURRA HANDICAP. " One mile and a quarter. Miss Restful, 7.2 (Reddan) . .. 1 lAlltuuga King, 7.13 (Griffiths) 2 Cheer Up. 7.6 'Bennett) . . . . . . 3 = Won by t\vo lengths. Dividend, JIG 'ha. : HACK RAGE. - One mile. Blafil (Reddan) .... • ■ ■ • • • • • ' Foxhead (Cummings) .. .. .. .. 2 llopfactor (McDonald) .. .. -. 3 Won. bv a length. Dividend...£2/7/. MACKEROBE FLYING HANDICAP. *_.... Six furlongs. Lord Mintberry, 7.5 (Herbert) . I Mazaris, 8.5 (Reddan) .... ... . . 2 Royal Care, 7.2 (Bennett) .. .. 3 Won by fo...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Shocking Allegations CONDITIONS IN ISOLATION TENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Shacking Allegations CONDITIONS IN ISOLATION TENTS. 1 Yesterday evening the following in formation was handed to the "Re corder" in regard to conditions exist ing at the temporary- isolation ward erected at lite rear of the Pirie Hos pital. Nurse Bird is in charge of the case of suspected pneumonic influ enza, -She lias as assistant a young lady, who volunteered -her services. The patient, whatever his complaint ' may be, is in a very grave condition and requires" attention every half-hour. .This attention if of sufficiently leclini ■ cal nature as to preclude an inexperi enced person performing it. Thus, in the- first; piacei the? nurse is working under imduly hard conditions. 'At an emergency, until the: Central Board of Health honors its promises, the nurse ts compelled to do at least double work. - That she should he called on to do so is not desirable, but- the heroic records of her profession leave no doubt that if it must be so the task will be carried out 16 the limit of her...

Publication Title: Recorder
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