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PADEREWSKI WINS A MAJORITY. (Reuter's Service) WARSAW, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

PADEREWSKI WINS A MAJORITY. (Renter's Service ) WARSAW, Saturday. The Polish Constituent LVsscmbly elections, resulted in the return of 400 Coalitionists {who support. M; %idere wski's Government), 80 -Sociali&s and 15 Jews.

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

: ; an Awkward time. : Right in the busiest season, when you have tlie least time to spare, you are most likely to have an attack of diarrhoea and lose valuable time, un less ycfu have Ghamberlais's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand and take a dose at ire flrst appearance of the di sease. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIAN MAILS DELAYED. (United Gable Service.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

AUSTRALIAN MAILS DELAYED. (United Gable Service.) : LONDON, Saturday. I'lie -Australians are angered at tlie non-arrival .of the military and civil malls. The last letters distributed were posted in Australia on November 22. V . -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Disturbance in Darwin NAVAL FORCE LANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Disturbance in Darwin NAVAL FORCE LANDED. At^a meeting h eld in Darwin, Cr. D, G. Watts (reported ; the Melbourne "Herald" last- week), [lie Mayor, com mon te d on ■ t h e in formation ; that Mr Glynn, Hie Minister for 1 tonic and Territories," had supplied to the south ern newspapers. Cr. Watts look no exception to this publication, but-said there was ii.ot sufficient information supplied >y. the Minister concerning the position. The ]vlayor slated that the following reply was sent to the Minister's telegram on December 28, ■and-:sd"?f^^:RO-'>aoknbwledsment had been received, although the Cabinet was expected to be called., early, in January to deal with Northern Terri tory questions: - - '•The Minister,for Home and TerrK lories, Melbourne.—Your telegram re ceived. I am satisfied that you have not a full knowledge . of the situation in the Territory, as the citizens do not enjoy the right of supplying your Cabinet,'members of Parliament, or^ the press with the full facts by t...

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

WONDER ©F WAR SURGERY. Colonel Pierre Duval, of the French -Reserve Medical Corps, who was at Port Oglethorpe.. Georgia, U.S.A., with ten of the foremost British, French, and Italian surgeons, to ' attend the Inter-Allied; Surgical Congress, es cribed s'oriie almost incredible war operations to 1200 medical officers of the American arnn -at Camp Greenleaf. \ 'VVfler : the hattie or~thcs So.mme,-' said Colonel Duval, "records \vere kept rif 'jfO'Olunsr cases treated m'e<}ie$ly. 'Twenty eight per cpnt. of fchi* men died. Of a similar number treated surgically only &i per cent. died. Doctors need no longer have ■'•fear- of cutting^ into the chest cavity and' performing the most delicate operation! \ : * "War-time surgery has completely done away with old-time notions. We have, entered upon a new era of medi cal science."' Among tire new, wonders of surgery demonstrated to the assembled" doc tors was the Use of a rubber balloon employed as a stoppage to ' the chest i ...

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

ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. - . . -0- — ■ , . . - „v, Messrs Blight- Bros, supply the fol lowing noonday quotations from the Adelaide Stock Exchange on Satur day ; ! \*-" Broken Ilill, b: 5S73, s 58/6. .. British, old sales 38/4*. ^ British, new, b 34/3, s ^34/0.. Junction Cons., b 4/6, s 4/8. , Junction (paid), b G/J, s 6/3; Junction Iforth, b 12/4, s 12/Q. - Norths,:'b'\54'/9, :s 55/T- : ' * " - South, sales 53/. Wallaroo, b 40/6, s 41/. Edna May, b 10/3, s 10/6, Edna May 'Centrals; b-14/8, s 14/11 Edna May Consol, cons., b 10/8, s do/io. . — , - Edna May Beeps, b 12/, s 12/2. ■ Edna May Golden Point, con., b 2 Ad, s 3id. ; ■ , Great Boulder," b 10/9, s 10/11; ^tararoa, sales 3/10. _ Zinc Corp. (ora.) , h 25/, s 2o/C.

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

ANSTRALtfiN NATIVES' J48S003A tioh. MIXED BRANCH. PORT PIRIE LODGE, No. 30, Meets every MONDAY NIGHT aftex- Smelter Pay at 7.30 p.m.; at tue A.W.A. Hall. President7. S. J. Davis. J. S. HOGkl^u,' Secretary. - Bos 69.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sapitation of Pirie THE DRAINAGE PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

THE DRAINAGE PROBLEM. Inexplicable as the silence of the Mi 01 a'nd councillors on the subject ot the "Nowhere to" live": problem must appear, there is still _ another suCjeet of even greater importance in which their policy is one ol' inactivity. That js the sanitation of existing buildings. / / It is quite possible arid, has already been suggested that the buildings in the central part of the town, consist ing of eight blocks, should be con nected up: to a series of'eight septic tanks, one, for each block. It is esti mated that the cost of these tanks would be £250 each, or a total of £1000 in all. Owners in some cases have already installed the septic tank sys tems and the majority of the rest would be prepared to do so if the cost were distributed on a fair basis, j Additional rates or insecurity of in-; 1 vestment cannot be pleaded by the [ council in this case. The cost would be born by .those directly benefited . wliil6 the gain of a decent'sanitary. ! system would be shared ...

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

^ POLITICIAN ARRESTED, ADELAIDE; ^Sunday. It was reported to-night that a cer tain member of Parliament had been arrested by tiie military, presumably in connection with a military charge.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PIRIE'S LIBRARY. LACK OF SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

pirje's Library, kAClV: CIF SUPPORT. A visit"16 .the -library, which is lioused in the Institute, shows a col- ; lection of books of which any. town might be justly proud. It contains about 9000 volumes,* and the system under-which they are- catalogued and kept reflects credit on the librarian (Mrs T Ben's Ley). A chat with her re veals the enthusiast, and the only .fly in the ointment, "as far as she is con cerned,-is the comparatively - poor support given Hhe: library by-the peo ple of the lowij. - Statistics show that there are not "quite 500 subscribers at the present time. Allowing that each of these subscribers -represents two readers, that means,, 1000 readers. Taking' into consideration that a spe ciality , is made of up to date fiction, this state of affairs can not be con sidered at all satisfactory. The sub scription, which is 3/ a quarter, should result in a higher proportion fo renters than 1 in 13. In i'a'ct, when it is .considered that a subscriber is entitled to two ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"THE MAELSTROM." "THE CHANGING WOMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

"THE MAELSTROM." ; "THE CHANGING WOMAN.*' Two star attractions and a capital supporting porgram aro rto be screen ed at the Casino to-night. Visitors to that popular amusement resort should fully appreciate the big and varied en tertainment.' "The Changing Woman," is the title ot a star "feature to fee .shown It di plays :;^uper>Uiypoi'-^ traved drama in live acts and featured two of America s leading artists, Mi?s , Heaaa Nova anu Frank Glendou. The story depicted is a most unusual one as the following short synopsis will .show: Nina Girard, prima donna with an opera company, is beautiful and impressionable. When she arrives at . the town of Macuto, everyone, includ- i ing the president, is captivated-—a.lt but: Johnny Armstrong, an American who is'a woman-hater. Suddenly Nina disappears, and Johnny, while wander ing through the mountains, hears a 'wondrous voice. He finds Nina like a goddess, with worshipping Indians at J her feet. She .whispers-that she is a prisoner, and and ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DECLINE OF MINING. PLIGHT OF SEBASTOPOL BOllOUGH [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

DECLINE OF MINING PLIGHT OF SEBASTOPOL BOllOUGIl Thorp are many families in Port Pirie' frorji Ballarat' and district wljo will " be ; interested iji' fluf fgirp.wing news item from Wednesday's "Age": Sebastopol Borough Couneilis. in a serious financial position owing- main ly to the removal -of many residents from the. district, consequent on the decline of the local .mining- industry. The1 council's overdrafts at the bank total £770. If the whole of the seve ral rates vyere promptly Tiaid the in come ' from* this source would not ex-: 6eed £750. - At a . speciai^ieetin^ of the council on Monday night amalga mation with Ballarai. City Cojihcil "$jas suggested. Jt' was dfi6idedl%o discuss .{his proposal at (fie next ordinary meetiris of the council. ^ - The position of the borough was compared by one- councillor to that of a sinking.: ship. Sevastopol was for many years onp of the most produc tive miriing fields in 'Australia. The gold obtained from quartz mines alone was valued a t...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Continent in Turmoil SPARTACISTS DYING HARD. FIGHTING IN SILESIA. (Reuter's Service). WARSAW, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Coeiiaeot io Tarmoil SPARTACJSTS DYING HARD. FIGHTING L\ SILESIA. (Lteuler's Service 7 . WARSAW, Saturday. I The Poles and Ulcramans continue filling in tlie region of Lembcrg. BERLIN, Saturday. The eastern situation -is vjfe-" criti cal. Heavy lighting lias oyfijred .be tween Brcslau and Lissa.Xvficre the Poles are endeavoring to" break through in order lo advance upon Breslau. Thousands of Poles on the Silesian frontier ;ar(i ready to • particj- [ pate in the invasion. 1 I (neuter's Service.) . - LONDON, Saturday. Rculer's correspondent at Berlin says reports of disturbances come from all parts of Germany. Civil war continues at Dusseldorf and to some extent at Hamburg. Tire Soviets seized the telephone at Lubeck with the object of interfering with.Govern ment communications,: but that object was not attained owing.■ to the State officials immediately striking-—a policy which is proving effective in various parts of the country against- Sparta cist usurpation. -. The Spartacists a...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOCIALIST CONFERENCE. BERNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

SOCIALIST CONFERENCE; BERNE, Saturday. On the eve of the termination of the Socialist Conference the newspapers declare that the German delegates obtained all they desired at the expense of the Allies.

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TURKISH ATROCITIES. CONSTANTINOPLE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

TURKISH ATROCITIES. CONSTANTINOPLE, Saturday. The hope is expressed that the sal utary measures which the Allies ap plied in Constantipople in arresting prominent Turk leaders will be ex tended to the provinces, where the Turks are spreading reports of im pending further massacres.

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NOVEL HUNGARIAN STRIKE. AMSTERDAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

NOVEL HUNGARIAN STRIKE. \ AMSTERDAM, Saturday. A message from Budapest says a big general > anti-Gzech strike has spread over the whole of Upper Hun gary The strikers include merchants, and railways, postal, law court, :and municipal officials.''-'■•■All work is: at a standstill and the shops, hotels, and cafes are closed. -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HEAVY FIGHTING IN BREMEN. (Renter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

HEAVY FIGHTING IN BREMEN, {Renter's Service.) AMSTERDAM, Saturday. A message, from Berlin says thirty people were killed and a large number j wounded in the" fighting in Bremen between the Government* troops and the Spartasists. One hundred of the wounded w;ere taken to the hospital.

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

DRAUGHTS START COI OS. > Nazetha .is the most . effectivo and pleasing cure for head colds, ca tarrh. bronchitis "and all throat aar* chest troubles. Nazetha is an ovo oasal antiseptic, therelore a most ef fective precautionary measure against the microbes of Influenza, Diphtheria,

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

Port ftrie Soldiers Return 7 Four returned soldiers came back ' to Port Pirie on Saturday afternoon, . and received a very demonstraLive wel come. They were:— ■ Sergeant;Harold G. Peake, 27th Bat-. falion, witii nearly four years' service on Gallipoli and in "France. Trooper Colin Campbell Gooden, 9th A.L.H., after service in Palestine. Pte E. H. Powlson/^iStfa Machine Gun Battalion. Sergeant W. Unstead, and his wife, whom he married in England, and brought home with him. A hearty greeting was given to the returned men at the SoiomontoWn railway station, which was lavishly, decorated with . flags for the event. Four decorated motor cars were pro vided by, Mr. E. E. Fraser, of the B.H.A.S.V, driver. Mr. K. Graham). Mr. II. 0 shape; Mr. Herb J. Gavenett (drivi^, >VIr. P. Cooney), and Mr. A. A. Flagge. ; The Main Hoard, Solomon town, and; Ellen street,-were beflagged, I and there was greaif cheering as cars ! passed to the Town Town, where a hearty welcome on behalf of citizens | wa...

Publication Title: Recorder
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MELBOURNE HOTELS CLOSED. SOLDIERS TO BE PROTECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

MELBOURNE " HOTELS CLOSED. '* SOLDIERS TO BE PROTECTED. The freedom Willi which some Mel bourne hotelkeepers have lately been serving liquor to soldiers without re gard to the men's condition* and in de fiance of the regulations, governing: the sale of intoxicants to soldiers, has aroused the military authorities to ac tion. The Acting State Commandant. (Brigadier-General II. E. Williams) on Wednesday gave orders that a close watch was to be kept on all city hotels, and any breaches of the regu fations relating to the sale of- liquor to soldiers wearing the blue invalid arm bands, or to arch who were obvi ously not in a lit. condition-to be serv ed with intoxicants, were to be re ported at once. Early in the afternoon the State Commandant signed an order for the closing of.,one.of the best- known city hotels, the Princes Bridge Hotel, com monly known as Young an'd Jackson's, .which is situated at the corner of Flinders and Swans ton streets. Th e hotel was compulsorily closed at. 3 ...

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