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Way to National Suicide [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Way to National Suicide . ..sFrom a national, and. indeed from every point of view (says the '"BaiTiei Miner'') the industrial situation in Great Britain is clepressiug. The cables bring daily stories' of. strikes and riots. Tlie engineers, shipyard em ployes, railway men; gas and electric light workers, and others have for one cause or another gone on strike. There has been violence of a very ugly char acter ; and soldiers have had to come to the assistance of the police. Clearly if this state of affairs should continue", the victory which tfie. brave, great hearted men of the Empire have "won on the battlefields of Europe and on the seas of the world will avail us no thing. It will mean that we have been saved from the ravages of the Germans merely to destroy ourselves' in a bloodier and more cruel struggle than the one that has just closed. It certainly looks as if the war has turned all mankind mad. Think of it I At tfie very time when the efforts of every-citizen of the Empire ...

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

Ruthless Reductions in all Stocks Our WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS to • effect a speedy Clearance prior to TaEing- Stock. SEE OUR BARGAINS in Stilish BAftS, ^U$S]SS} Etc. BUV TQ DAY whilst BIG "SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. Note these Wondrous . . •. 2/ 0 . V. .. i/G . .. . .. 12/6 LEATHER BAGS, SupeiDij Implied, from .. .. .. E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .v ... . CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from .. .. ... SIfqIJ fhorugh aqd see the profusion of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities •- ■ ■■ ■ Importer, Diamond Merchant, Manufacturing Jeweller and Optician,

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

SHAMAN'S STORY. A clusky mcaioer of the crew of the steamer* Daiiwen, now in' port, tells a story of-animal instinct. On board the Daiiwen when she called at Aden were two monkeys, pets of the crew. The health officer -who boarded the ship ordered, as a precaution against dis^ ease, that they_ should be shot The captain, having compunction against spilling the blood of two pets of the ship,, ordered " the • cook to make ^ pie with poison-in the centre. The pie was given to the monkeys. They ate the. crust, and left, the poison un touched. They were then given poison water. After sniffing this they refused to dring it. Ultimately they were tied up in a bag and thrown overboard.

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

FATAL FALL. ADELAIDE, Sunday. Edward Syltes Pearson,'aged 39, em ployed at the chemical works at The . barton, fell from a scaffold, a distance of twelve feet, on Saturday, and com ing down on a horse trough, fractured his skull and right leg. Death was in stantaneous,

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ESCAPED FROM DROWNING. PROMPT FIRST AID MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

ESCAPED' FRORS DROWNING. PROMPT FIRST AID MEASURES. iMiss vera bymonds, daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Symonds, of Pirie West, narrowly escaped being drowned on Friday afternoon. With oilier girl -students of the High School, she went for a bath in the river at Solomon town Beach. • The girlswere accom panied by two teachers, Miss Waters and Miss Munro. The young girls saw a boy apparently standing up, and they walked towards'lsim, The lad was treading water, and some of the girls soon got beyond their depth. They struggled, and all reached shal low water safely except Miss Symonds who sank twice before she was res RaoHo 1 toO sontrolcsy HT IITLHT HTT cued^'She was then unconscious, but the two teachers promptly applied first aid measures, • and their treat1 ment ■ was successful, as the girl was soon well enough to return home.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Wheat Inquiry POSITION OF MR. BUTLER. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Wheat Inquiry POSITION OF MR BUTLER ATYRT \inF Mr. R. L. Butler, son of Sir Richard Butler, asked whether it was his in tention to resign his seat on the wheal commission, in view of the evidence given by the manager of the vvheat sehemc regarding Sir Richard's rela tionship l" the scheme, said "I have no intention of taking my seat on the Commission while; the conduct of my father; is under inquiry. As to whe ther I should resign from the commis sion altogether, That will depend largely on the continuation of Mr. Niehoirs evidence, and as to what Mr. Vardon, secretary to'the scheme, has to say-in his evidence. Before the com mission • .last Tuesday Mr. Nicholls made statements the accuracy of which have not yet been proved. Another mai ler ' for consideration is whether the Koy;il Commission on the . wheat sciicme and rural industries is not go ing outside* its splice.'3 "

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Soviet Rule Upheld SYDNEY MAN'S COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Soviet Rule Upheld ? SYDNEY MAN'S COMMENT. Referring to a published statement that the Pope had instructed the Polish Ruthenian, and Hungarian bishofis -to do their utmost against Bolshevism, whicli he alleges is the worst enemy I of all religions, Mr. J. S. Garden, sec retary of the Sydney Labor Coun jI >suid ou Monday ("reports the "Sua ) that Hie message, if tiue was surpris ing to him. ''For centuries,' he said, '"the Roman Satholic Church has been demanding an entrance into Russia, but was al- j ways opposed by the 'Greek Orthodox' Church, the established church of the nation. All other worshippers were penalised—yea, slain. And now under Bolshtfvik rule all have freedom to worship as they desire. "Section 13 of the second part of the general statutes -of the Constitution- of the Russian Socialists' Federal Soviet Republic reads as follows:— "In order to ensure the workers true freedom of conscience,: the Church is dissestablished in the State , and the school, and.freedom o...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FIRE AT FORGAN'S FOUNDRY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

FINE AT FORGAN'S FOUNDRY, ! Yesterday evening the lire brigade was called to an outbreak of fire at Messrs. J. and R. Forgan's foundry, Solomontown. Fortunately the fire fail ed to gain a hold and was extinguished shortly after the arrival of the bri gade. The damage done was slight.

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

HEAT STROKE. A-sailor, named F. Bell, was over come with the heal whilst working in Ills bout ou Saturday, and was removed lo the hospital, lie was in an extreme ly bad "'slate and Was unconscious when' admitted, but yesterday he was progressing favorably.

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

STYLES' COMMISSION. ADELAIDE, Sunday. The Premier stated on Saturday Hint three of live members who were originally asked to aet on the. styles' commission had now agreed to do so, and it was probable they would be ap pointed by the Executive Council next week., The members chosen by the Government-are Messrs. W. Hannaford, M.L.C., and Messrs. A. J. Blackwell and X. A. Southwood, M's.P., Mr. Hannaford probably will be elected chairman of the commission.

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

POLICE COURT. hi (lie Poliee Court on Saturday. lie fore Captain G. E. Greswell, J.P., •fairies. Davey was fined £*2, or seven days' and Jacob C. Beaglehole 20/, or 72 hours' imprisonment for being drunk. e John B latch ford failed to appear at the Court on Friday to alnswer a charge of being: drunk. He was brought up on Saturday and lined 15/. with 15/ costs, in default three days' jrii pvisonmept.' William Bryson, charged with heing an idle and disorderly person, was sentenced to a month's imprisonment. •The man was arrested by Constable Fergusson.

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

"DADS" HONOR ROLL. The committee appointed- by the "Dads" Association on January 21 to arrange for 'l-hc public unveiling- cere mony' ol' ;tbe association's honor' roll reports that a draft of {tie proposed plau will be submitted to the commit tee by Mr E. .J. Wills oir "Wednesday afternoon, after which the program decided upon will be made public. Of the 20 J names on the roll, 50 have paid the supreme .sacrifice. There will require to be a second unveiling' ceremony later on in the year. The present roll being full, a new one will have to be organised. Since January l a large number of new members has been enrolled. On that-account it 4s desirable that the supplementary hon or roil be put in hand without delay. It is important that intending members should register their names immedi ately.

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

Id the Public Eye ] . Word received on Saturday from Mrs. S. Pimlott, stated that her hus band. who is an inmate of the isola tion camp at Ballarat (Vic.), is im proving. He is suffering from pneu monic influenza. One of the patients in tiie same ward, a young woman, j died last week, and several other pat- i ients are reported to' be in a serious condition. Cr. H. S. Pimlott, who recently had to undergo an operation for ap pendicitis at the Pirie Hospital, is now convalescent. He returned home yes terday.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ALCOHOL. (To the Editor of the. "Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

ALCOHOL. (To the Editor of the. "Recorder.") Si!1,—With reference to- Mr II. G. Symonds' letter which appealed in your columns re alcohol and disease. I have Jived in almost every part/of the civilised world, in places wl/ere infectious, diseases put in their ap pearance at certain times "of the year. I was in India when cholera was caus ing' 800 to 900 "deaths a day, and the doctors stated that 96 per cent, of the victims were non-smokers and- im bibed freely from the water-waggon. When I was in the Royal navy I was sent with a shipmate to the West Coast of Africa, and we never con sumed Jess than one bottle of whisky and quinine a day each, besides our ration of rum. My mate and myself are very much alive to-day, and ho is, receiving his pension. In tropical countries OS) per cent, of the Euro peans who have to Jive there. nevSr go short, of their smoke or whisky and brandy and quinine. I have always stuck to this principle, and I am now still in the best of constitution, despite ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INFLUENZA 34 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

INFLUENZA 34 YEARS AGO. ' Judging ; by the growing . list of cures, fads, theories''and superstitions in connection Avith I he present epi demicof influenza, a person lit ac quainted with history might conclude that "flu" was quite a new thing, an original creation of the-great war (re marks the Age). Away back in 1885, however, Hie chairman of the board of health in Victoria^ discussing the mild epidemic of influenza that had just passed away, "with pneumonic, symptoms," emphasised that the gen erally exhausting character of the dis ease should not be lost sight of in future. "Now that the disease is better known," he wrote (m l 885) "we do not expect to find an excessive mor tality as that which occurred in Eur ope." To: prove the learned chairman's words, as it were, another epidemic of influenza broke out in Australia six years later '.{1891'}. carrying off 1035 persons in Victoria alone, •■exclusive of those who died from pneumonia, bron chitis ami other diseases of the respir ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOSPITAL UNDERSTAFFED. NEED FOR WOMEN'S AGTIVITIE APPEAL FOR HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

HOSPITAL UNDERSTAFFED. XEED FOR WOMEN'S AGTIVITIE APPEAL FOR HELP. There is a great Held in Port Pirie just now fox* the exercise of women's energies. Probably at no time, even during the war, have there been great er opportunities for a display of those gracious virtues which- have been ex ercised when the demand was made on them. The hospital alone presents a wide and varied field. Every bed in that- institution is occupied. If a case is "passed in .this- morning it will be necessary either to make up another bed somehow or else turn the patient away. There are 24 cases of typhoid fever, alone in the institution. Each of these cases ought to. have the atteri tion of a separate nurse.. There are, niore than 60 patients in the hospital this morning. This pressure on the . resources, of the hospital imposes a heavy burden on. the staff. The most urgent need is for aid to the nurses, who are com I polled to work_ at high tension over long iiours. Every . member of the staff is going a...

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

TEL. 162. 7 SEATER STUDEBAKER, 6SEATER FORD I Pop HIRE to ANY PART of the STATE. , Available Day or Night. LAVER MOTOR WORKS, j 54 Florence St., Port Pirie. j.

Publication Title: Recorder
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ONE BIG UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

ONE BIG UNION. At Friday" night* meeting; of Hie Trades and Labor Council the secre tary, Mr." H. E. Baldook, submitted his report of tlie proceedings of the Ouo Big Labor Congress recently held in Melbourne. Owing to the heat consid eration of the report "was deferred.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder Published Dally. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1919. CLASS CONSCIOUSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 10 February 1919

Published Deity. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, i'JiJ). CLASS CONSCIOUSNESS. Iii the creed of the bolshevist and his cousin .the revolutionary socialist, the development of. something called "class consciousness" has a prominent part."" Exaltly wiiat is meant by class cons<#usness is never explained. As far as can be gathered it seems to mean the recognition of the existence of an essential difference between man and man. . On the one side is the employ er; on the other the employe. \The employer belongs to the "master" class, and the employe to the class "comprised of "wage-slaves." /The ! whole thing- is expressed vaguely enough to puzzle any ordinary intel lect. The revolutionary demagogue goes 110 further than, to assert that there are two classes, of men, that their interests are diametrically op posed, and that the shortest way to. ail age of universal happiness is the abolition of this" "master" class. As a. preliminary stage, or rather as a means toward' the ultimate' consu...

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

A BIG DOUBLE STAR ATTRACTION. CASINO T©-Night . \ ToMight •A SUPERB 5000 FT. BROADWAY ,FEATURE; J. A r SENSATIONAL, UNIQUE,, AND INTERESTING DRAMA, FEATURING MISS HEDDA NOVi4 & FRANK : GLENDON. STAR No. 2: ■■ A BIG o-ACT VITAGRAPH SPECIAL, FEATURING THE EVER POPULAR EARLE WILUAmS, AND A FINE SUPPORTING PROGRAM. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. . CASINO-——TO-NIGHT. 7 Licensed Land Brokers, Einanqiers? aiid Property Agents. Have HOMES FOB SALE la Good Localities on SMALIk DEPOSITS ami EASY FOETKIGHTLY PAYMEN1S. 7IM1 RaUdiag Allolmenls near Smelters, ad same .hariy;te Company's Boiidisgs. Several townships to SeSect From. From JSf Deposit W@ Can Supply th© Land Build You the House , . And Lend Yoii the Money Ail Bdgume&ts urder Red I^oirerfcy Act preparedly our Expert Con-j ; veyancera. / | HMUll ; -D Li CONSULTATION AKD ADVICE FREE. offices A!Mmnma s?ris?. Xmas Presents JEWELLERS and OPTICIANS. Are Slili UNSURPASSED for QUAL ITY and VALUE at the LOWEST PRICES. WHY? Bceause \vc impo...

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