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SECRET OF BALLIN'S SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

SECRET OF BALC-IN'S SUICIDE. lierr Bailin's suieidc, which was at first denied, • but afterwards confirm ed by many of his friends, is now proved to have been the direct conse quence of a\heated discussion lie bad in October \\ith the Kaiser and Kais -erin at headquarters. I-Ierr Baliin, Hie great German shin ping magnate, had been summoned there bv Ludendorff-, who lectured hi in ■ at ■length for offering opposition to the dictates of the army-'leaders regarding the work of national reconstruction ■after the war. Herr"Baliin flatly told tlie Germany dictator that reconstruc tion-was.not the business of tlio mili tary authorities, who had brought the German into, tiie abyss of "defeat, and said he would bring the matter before the Kaiser. The latter received him the Same day in the presence of the Kaiserin, who hated--Herr Baliin owing to his Jewish origin. The Kaiser unflinch ingly supported Ludendorff's views, and hinted that Herr Ball hi would either have to accept Ludendorff's q...

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

THOMAS GEORGE, FASHIONABLE PARISIAN TAILOR •ALEXANDER- ST., OPPOSITE CEN TRAL HOTEL, PORT FIRIE. STYLE and FIT GUARANTEED. Suits Cleaned and Pressed Like New.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

* The ! AFTER A NtNE DAYS' TRIAL BY THE GREATEST' OF ALL JUDGES—THE PEOPLE—IS THAT ■.'■■■ ■..■-■.•■■■■• .•■■■;..■■■■■-. ■.;.- . -■•" -■ • ,\ • , ■ ■ ■ Qoode Brothers CERTAINLY STAND ALONE FOR LOW PRICES DURING THEIR GREAT BRGAIN SALE. FOR A FEW DAYS-LONGER WE INTEND GIVING OUR "CUSTODIERS 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 of 10/6 doz. 100 Yds. only, 54in. UNBLEACHED -SHEETING; usual price, 3/3. Our Bargain Price, 2/3 yd. - ; ALL-WOOL AUSTRALIAN FLANNEL, the best in the-trade, 2/II for 1 /11 yd. ' - : . - i 12-4 COL'D HONEYCOMB QUILTS, will fringe; to be cleared at 9/11 each. • COL'D TOWELS,, a useful line, at 1/ each. ' ' HOYLIS^S PRINTS, Dark Grounds, a real slasher: for sale, 1/2>V yd. Light Ground PRINTS, Hovle's and Crum's, 1/ yd. These prices defy competition. 39in. FLORAL VOILES, a lew only, 1/3 yd. A Very Special Line FLORAL VOILE, 39m....

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRYSTAL BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

CRYSTAL •' BROOK, l.Vn "apparently suspicious case was" isolated at. Crystal Brook on , Friday. The patient, a -married woman, went to Adelaide some days previously to meet her- son, who returned by the Barnah, and she fell iil. As the result of a; medical examination it was ascer tained to be a case of ordinary influ enza and the embargo was lifted-.

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

PUBLIC INHALATORfUM. In spite of the heat, a record num ber of people passed through the pub lic inhalatorium . on Saturday., The actual figures are 1259, a very satis factory number, especially when it is remembered that on Saturday there was an .absence of school children, who during the week put in a regular appearance. ~ Ten minutes is the time required for treatment and the room holds 25 people, which means that with a working: day of 11 hours the maximum capacity of the plant is being rapidly \ approached. ' Observations show that the notices A placed in the trains by the local board I of health are1, - having the desired re suit. An incident bearing on litis 1 point was the appearance of a gaily decorated motor car containing a re turned Anzac and - his relatives --'who called in for treatment on their way home. . .

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOREMEN DISPOSED TO STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

STORER-IEN DISPOSED TO STRIKE. 1 Employes of the Government Stores yard, Port Adelaide, held a stop work ' meeting on Saturday^ and appointed delegates to proceed to Adelaide to place their position before the Civil, Service Commissioner :(CoI: firiee Weir, D.3.O., Y.D.). They wore asked to report as early as possible to tlieir fellow employes. In event of the men's terms not being accepted-the original intention not to work on Monday will be carried out. . . -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRAL BOARD AWAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

CENTRAL BOARD AWAKES. Late on Friday night the Mayor (-Mr A. B. Forgan) received a telegram from the Central Board of liealth to the following' effect:— "I am sending you on to-morrow morning's train equipment for 20 bed hospital, made up t ready for, The" secretary of the local board (Mr. E. E. Garrett) on Saturday morn ing replied thanking the Board for its attention to the requisition. No word has yet. been received from the Central Board as to tlie despatch of the 4000 doses of vaccine promised by the Chief Secretary. Until the- vaccine comes to hand there can be no free inoculation. ' -.The; equipment is in a special van at the station yard. It will not be dis charged until a linal decision has be.en • readied' with regard to the isolation hospital. Some days ago a member of the local board of health publicly made a suggestion that, a most suit able building, if it could be obtained, was the Y.M.C.A. Hal!, Gertrude street. The main hall could be used as a dormitory. It would ho...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRITISH STRIKES ENDING Railways Resuming (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

BRITISH STRIKES ENDING (Router's Service.) LONDON, Saturday. - It-is -.officially -announced• Hist the railway strike "lias been settled. The electricians have ordered the -immediate abandonment of the strike. The"railway men are resuming' work at Belfast. It is reported that the em ployers asked the workers to resumek on a 47 hours' week basis,' promising a 44 hours' week after pea'ce is sinn ed. / A mass meeting- of the Glasgow, Govan and Clyde bank men resolved to continue the strike for a 40 hour week, and called on the executive councils to co-operate with (he strik ers or resign. Govan favored the im mediate payment of strike money. .The strikers'-joint committee has issued a militant statement claiming that only a few faint-hearts have re turned to. work, and asserting that the committee is nionT confident than ever of victory, alleging- that the Glasgow carpenlers and joiners have decided to strike. The municipal employes have decided not to strike. * The Scottish miners hav...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA Pirie Case Doubtful Proposed Isolation Ward [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA Pirie Case Doubtful Proposed Isolation Ward The condition of the patient who was removed. on Friday from a house in {Eleventh Street to the temporary iso lation camp on the hospital ground, is unchanged. . He is receiving careful a tten tion from tlic special nursing staff engaged by the local board of health. The patient returned from Adelaide oil January 25, and showed signs of illness on the following day. A full fortnight has elapsed, and no further case has been reported. Medical auth orities agree in the opinion;"that real pneumonic influenzas takes from 24 hours to 96 hours to assert itself. . It is known that in addition to the five contacts in the patient's house, many other persons have been in close touch with the patient, at work and else where, and. not: another suspicious case has come under the notice of the local board of health. This fact, supports strongly the opinion origin ally expressed by thehealth officer - (Dn Leitch) that it is not a case...

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

FRANCIS' MARBLE BAR. Try our new Soda-Fountain, Drinly, „ Clean and Pure. " Special for To-day. CHOCOLATE -id. GLASS. CHOCOLATE AND MILK 6d glass. 7.Note Address.—Ernest J, Francis, ' (opp. Barrier Hotel.) INTERESTING NOTICE. The PROPRIETOR of the PIRIE DINING ROOMS tiegs to notify the PUBLIC of PORT PIRIE that he lias OPENED a FIRST CLASS BOARDING HOUSE^n FLORENCE STREET. 30 Clean Beds to Let, with Board or without. For particulars inquire PIRIE DINING RO&MS, Q86 : Florence Street. Such of the cable news on this page 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 . stated to be so. r ,

Publication Title: Recorder
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MELBOURNE BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

MELBOURNE BY NIGHT. Night time in the city streets is-, gradually assuming the; appearance of the old English towns in the middle ages, when the curfew bell pealed out at It o'clock—or thereabouts. Mel bourne is donning; the influenza garb. Since the definite, extension of the epi j demic and the closing of the theatres | and other places of entertainment, the i streets atr night (says the' "Age"}: | have been practically deserted. In the I principal cafes, which formally feept open until midnight to cater for thea j tre-goers, the absence of-patrons has been felt to a marked degree.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

:—The— : ADELAIDE JT^AM SHIP Co. Iitd< will Dispatch Steamers from; Port : Adelaide as under: (Circujnstances Permitting). For Port Pirie, W.A., Pt. Lincoln. ■ S.S. QUORNA, Every SATURDAY PR Oil PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE, via Ports Augusta - and Lincoln. x : 1 S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY^ COAL MERCHANTS. OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.

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OLD MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

OLD MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF. - ADELAIDE, Sunday. The police received a report early on Saturday morning that'John Gurry, aged 7'J years, had shot himself With a revolver at his. residence in Unley. He- had four bullet wounds. Nine or ten years ago deceased attempted to end his Hfe by cutting his throat with a razor.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Peace Conference RENEWAL OF ARMISTICE. GERMAN CONDITIONS UNFULFILLED. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Peace Conference RENEWAL OF ARMISTICE. GERMAN CONDITIONS UNFliL FILLED. (Router's Service.) ; : PARIS. Saturday. - The .Supremo Council's discussion of the extension of the armistice last . ed over to-day. On labor legislation the commission decided that- women should he eligible equally with men ;is delegates to? the confercnce. , Routers correspondent at .Paris ; says Marshal Foch, Admiral Weinyss land Generals' Bliss and Wymgaud at j tended to-day the Supreme War Coun | ci 1. which considered new conditicms j for ilie armistice, which is renewable I on February 17. Certain. measures • are necessary owing' to the failure of Germany to deliver, the rolling stocli demanded, to place German merchant : vessels at the disposal of the Allies, and to surrender all her; submarines; snd the refusal of Germany to accede to a. certain . demand; which is indis . pensabla for the application of the armistice. . The council deliberated as regards the relative proportions of the. Allied forces t...

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

Wanted Col urn n. ■ Under this heading 16 words (if jrepaid), 17; three consecutive inser ;ions, 2/0. No advertisement booked under 4/. . .WANTED. GOOD STEADY RjgAN, — Delivery Dray. Apply ■1 KNIGHT <£ SONS, ^ Norman street. VOUNG Lady requires Position as " Cook or Housework.- Apply "Eva," this olliee. VO Let, a 4-roomed House. Apply Recorder olliee. jl£T a Euro Estate Block, best land and best site. Apply South, Balmor al road. ! " : — , :ARPKNTERS. Wanted, .Apply Fore man, Adelaide MiUins Co. Ltd., Port Pirie. THE Maelstrom, big Vitagraph" 5 act star feature "The Changing •Woman'" a big, 5000ft. Broadway feature. . . Casino, To-night. - CHOICE Building Block, fruit trees in full bearing, beautiful site for home. South, Balmoral road. ASHES of Hope, a highly sensational Triangle -5-act- Western romance. Don't miss: this: it's a beauty. Ca sino, Wednesday and Thursday. MOTOR Car for Sale, 16-h.p. engine, good order; no reasonable oifer re ; fused, ; "Pick," this office m...

Publication Title: Recorder
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CARPENTERS HOLD OUT. TO START CO-OPERATIVE JOINERY [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

CARPENTERS HOLD OUT. TO START CO-OPERATIVE JOIN.ERY Another meeting- oft sawmill, carpen ters, and joiners who are on strike, about' 50 in number; was held at the j Trades Hall. It was decided that in view of the fact that the employers had not notified the union that they . - had reconsidered the request of the men for an interim increase of 1/ a day the men should proceed with the proposed establishment of a co-opera , ti\e Joinery, shop. The meeting- re solved that steps7 be taken to offer shares. It is stated that several of the ~ ^: employers offered the men i4 / to 15/ a day and that some of the workers accepted those terms. A further meel ing of the strikers will bo held at the Trades Hall on Monday.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Strike Wave in Adelaide IRONWORKERS AND CARPENTERS STOP WORK DRIVERS AND STOREMEN THREATEN BUTCHERS DISSATISFIED ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

ADELAIDE. Sunday. On • Saturday morning members of the Iron Trades Association, who had ceased wort on Friday morning-, held another meeting at the Trades Halt. There was a large attendance. Mr. L. C. Hunkin addressed the strikers- for about three hours, and preached paci ficism. He was up against an antagon istic meeting, for the men resolved to stand by the rates for which they had asked, and not return to woi'k. They also expressed-the wish that the trou ble should be settled without inter vention by Arbitration courts. Mem bers of the moulders" union assured the strikers , that they would support their assistants who ceased work. Mr. M. L. Collaton, secretary of the Ironworkers' Association, said after the meeting that the statement made by Mr. Boykett, secretary of he em ployers' union, that men were accept-. ing work in various, shops at 11/ a day was absolutely incorrect. It is understood that unless the dis pute is settled within three days all the" moulders will be thrown o...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DRIVERS TO CEASE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

DRIVERS TO CEASE WORK. A week ago the Drivers1-Union ask ed the employers to meet representa tives of the men in conference to dis cuss wages and conditions, and stated that unless the employers accepted a conference .the men would not return to work on Monday. Between It00 and 1800 employers are affected. The workers are seeking a- 4 8 hours' week for horse drivers, 44 hours for im provers and 44 hours for night work ers. "They also want-£3/10s a week for one horse .drivers (an. increasef of 9s a week), £3717/6 for two-horse - drivers, (an increase of 13/6), and 3/ a week extra for every additional horse. For motor drivers up to and including 25 cwt. the union is seeking a minimum of £3/17/6 a \veek (an ad vance of 12/6, and for motor drivers over 25 cwt. and under 3 tons, a mini mum of £4/2/6 (an increase of 12/6) is sought.; The . rate asked for motor drivers' assistants is 70/. a week. TENDER BOARDS EMPLOYES. "Regarding -the expressed intention of the men employed by the Supply ...

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

BUTCHERS DISSATISFIED. Mr. Waller Mood, secretary "of the Butchers' Union, stated on Saturday that extreme dissatisfaction prevailed among the shop and small goods .fac tory members of the Union. Their minimum wage was £3 a week and the rate for skilled shopmen was" £3/10/ During- the past few months the; union had secured increases for all classes of labor in all c-ther sections. The minimum wage outside the shop and factory section was £3/6/. and in some - instances unskilled laborers received : £3 / 6/ to £3/18/ a week.' The member - of the shop and factory section con sidered it was high time an increase was secured for them. It had been decided to call a special meeting of the aggrieved section for Tuesday evening to determine what action should be taken to secure increased wages. The slaughtermen were in -full sympathy with their comrades in the shops, and would support them in any measure that might be adopted.

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

CO RR £SP 0 HDKN G B, Sawbones.;—The': matter wilt »o in quired into. . .

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