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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
Wanted Column. _ Uuder this heading 16 words (if prepaid), l/; three consecutive inser tions, 2/tn Ko advertisement booked uuder }/. 7 FOR Sale, 4-roomea Villa, large block, stables unci bath. Apply W. Smart, JEilendale. OFFICE Hoy wanted, smart intelligent ;: i;ul just left- school preferred. Tre loaveri and Brown. twth WdiMiA^ wants Washing, Ironing, . or ; Cleaning by..day. . Apply "S.J.IL," tliis offieo.' LONELY Young Gent, aged 26, desires the Acquaintance of Respectable Young Lady, with view to-.-friend-" ; ship.., Apply, stating where to meet - and time, to Curly Richardson, Solo - inontown P.t^, WANTED. A Boarders in private fam ily, day workers preferred. Apply '•C'.F.," Recorder office. FOR Sale, 4-roomp-d W. arid I. House, enclosed back, Pirie West; small deposit, £1 per week rent and in "■ terest. Price, £330. Apply "X.," this ollioe. ' twth RANTED to Sell, Doclge Motor. Car,' 5-seater. Apply 'Phone 266 or J. Oe Vualle, 3-Chairi road, Solomon town. tWth WANTED, good Gene...
RIGOROUS ACTION IN VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
RIGOROUS ACTION IN VICT^IA &lt; The Yielwriitn Cabinet has arrived at; important decisions in connection with Hie: iniluenza outbreak: AH racf meetings are to nt; prohibited, whether in infceit-d arens' or not. Church ser vices in the open air. will lie permitted, also inside- churches providing ev i person present wears a mast. The running, of special Sunday excursion trains has been discontinued*, tiountrv excursion trains an- also canor,n_d.
HOTEL BARS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
HOTEL BARS. : The. enforcement of the resmeuoii limiting the attendance at: hotel liars lo twentypersons was one of the fea tures of. life in Melbourne last fccrx Mi\ Samsbury, commissioner of police, said that the police had i ecei\ fd "strict instructions" to enforce the law. Hotel employes are," Mr. ^fSaitiS-'" hury to he eoiin ted amongst the twenty; persons in any har - at one lime.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
FURTHER NOTICE; PWgyRIONie-INFLUENZA. i> For your o\yji sake, aud- fur the sake 'of: the eonimanity. start-to ucO to-day' Ihe solid inhalant recommend ed by Ihe New South -.Wales health .authorities-- fur-jjroteeUMii against the germ ?as' published in the ..Sydiiey . "ilorning Herald," Tuesday. January. 2 8} from the formula of which NYawm's Wonder • Balm is made. ■Wfiwm's Wonder Balm is being- used m the Sydney LiospiiaI>. - see >ou get •.Wawi'irs! The name is on the packet. -and tube. Put a JiUle on the linger and apply up eaeh nostril three or four time a day (adults and .children)/ Price, if a tube. (2) The healthiest adult or child," rand those in indifferent, poo'r, or bad [ health, will receive invaluable help ■and protection by following. Jhe ex | perience gained by New Zealand's . citizens in wearing a jacket made of ; Wawui's Woncier "Wool (attached to gauze or muslinr'on chest: and back'; [ Wear dry next to skin. If any symp toms, moisten as directed in each pack...
INHALATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
INHALATOR1UM. Yesterday 1340 pedple-were treated at the: public inirarlatorium. This isl.31 more: than the total on .Sunday, and establishes a new record-. ;■ Amoiiff those, who passed through the mhalatpriuiii were Messrs Hill an&lt;l Kiizirer.-dd. .M's.P.. who went there for treatment on their arrival hy the after noon train. .^-v
HOSPITAL APPEAL. A POOR RESPONSE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
HOSPITAL APPEAL. A POOR RESPONSE. The appeal made for help for the nurses, on the hospital "staff has met with a miserably poor response. .The matron stated yesterday afternoon that beyond the five ladies whose names have been published there have lj'cen no volunteers. Miss Knight* is do ing fine work at the institution, and it is an inspiration to ■ note her cheerful ness. Nurse Bird speaks highly of the good work done in the isolation tent by Miss Vera Turnbull. lt is~ hoped that the appeal has not fallen on ears that are purposely deaf. In parts- of Victoria the Red Cross Society, which j was enjoying its summer season after ' a year's hard work, has been called ; together as a special epidemic com- j mittee and is working at high pressure t In Melbourne excellent enlistments • I are being reeeived^at the V.A.D. -of- | ! fice, and every call for assistance has ! so far been mel.- One hundred and 7 forty-nine nurse^f Aoluntai> aids and ' [ orderlies have been supplied to hospi-...
Melbourne Cases 158 DEATHS TO DATE. TOTAL GASES ABOUT 2400. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
158 DEATHS TQ DATE. TlTSAL GASES ABOUT '2400. MELBOURNE, Monday. „ The total number of oases reported !n Melbourne, up to to-day reached ap proximately 2400, arid of these 1400 are now in hospital. ;Tiic total admis sions on Sunday numbered 208, which brings the total for the week-end up to approximately 400. The total ; deaths in On1 metropolitan hospitals since January 21 are J 58/ and of. tlie other cases J01 patients are danger ously ill and 8G seriously ill. s Dr. Robertson (chairman of the. Board; of Health) states be considers the hijsher death rate: due to the hot and sultry weather. 7 '■ :
Adelaide Conditions Good BRINGING THE WANDERERS HOME. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
! Adelaide Conditions Good I . - » - ' BRINGING THE WANDERERS HOME. ADELAIDE. Monday. lue position m South Australia wiih respect to the influenza outbreak is most satisfactory.- The .chairman of Hie Central Board of Health (Dr. Ram say Smith) stated to-day that no new cases had'been admittedthe Exhi bition isolation hospital -on Sunday or Saturday, and if this condition of af fairs continued for the- next two or — three days the public would under stand that the history of the epilemic, would be of their own making, within - limits. If alertness, rapidity and tho roughness of. action- in South Australia could be continued for a while, added Dr. Smith, there was reason to believe that the disease \vould be as . com pletely checked as any human mea sures really could ciieck it, always considering- the possibility of virulent eases developing from or among mild :cases of the character which have I been cropping up from time to time for months. ,The risk-of infection from Victoria at p...
British Strikes RAILWAY SERVICE RESUMING. GLASGOW STILL MILITANT. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
British Strikes RfllLWAV SERVICE BESUMIN6. GLASGOW STILL MiLlTAMT. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Monday. The underground railway men have accepted a settlement of the strike,; and a normal service is now assured pending the conference on February 12, when the whole of the conditions and wages; on^the! railways will be dis cussed. The electricians have decided to take a national ballot on the question of a forty hour week,- and whether to strike for the enforcement of the de mand. ~ The position at Glasgow is unchang ed. Mr. Hopkins, district secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Engin eers, has been arrested. The strikers issued a bulletin which flamboyently asserts that victory is certain and the surrender of the Government and the employers Is only a matter of hours. The drivers jand powermen in Lon don have resumed work. The Prime Minister has been engag ed all day interrogating Mr. Horne, Mr Boriar1 Law, Sir Albert Stanley and a procession of officials with a view to gener...
UNREST ON THE RAND. (Reuter's Service.) JOHANNESBURG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
UNREST ON THE RAND. (neuter's Service.) - - ] JOHANNESBURG,; Sunday. i The general eouncil of jhe industrial', federation has asked the^affiliafed un ions to report opinions on the general question of a reduction of hours.. Ah agitation has sprung up in favor of a forty hour week instead of forty-four hours as originally contemplated, anil probably the former, proposal will be embodied in the ballot questions. Pending the declaration of the ballot there is. no indication of the trouble spreading:. ...
DANGER FROM OVERSEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
DANGER FROM OVERSEAS. I The Iron: Monarch was the first ves sel lev reach Port Pino from ~ Sydney, since J^ew South \\ ales was proclaim ed an infet tctl area M>e loft with a clean bill of health and was inspected at the anchorage last night by the quarantine officer (Hi*. Leiteh), who j reported at last night's meeting- of the 'local board of heatlh that the vessel ]was still clean. The boat this morn ling is six days out from port to port. . The captain has been instructed to re ! port to. the quarantine officer daily on j the general health of officers and [crew. The "Auchinish was al the anchorage lastnissht, also a third vessel. These will be boarded and examined by the ouaranline officer and inspected before they come-to the wharf.
Settling Peace Terms CONSTITUTION OF THE LEAGUE. ECONOMIC COUNCIL CREATED. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
Settling Peace Terms CONSTITUTION OF THE LEAGUE. . . _ -1 - ECONOMIC COUNCIt CREATED. | (Reuter's Service.). r;f: : - > LONDON, Sunday. ! A communique from" Paris on Sat urday says ''Tlic meeti^: 6f: ihe Com mission of the League of Nations this morning was marked by the'same ac cord-1 of view tliat cliaraelerised the previous session. At the end ot the meeting the commission, finds itself Hearing the end of its task. Only a [ few articles; of the draft remain to Li>e formally presented to the members i of the commission for discussion." ; The Supreme War Council resinned the discussion of terms for the renew al of the armistice. The following re solution proposed by President Wilson, was approved: "Under present condi tions many questions'not primarily of a military character arising daily ar&lt;; * hound to become of increasing im portance - as time passes, and should be dealt-with on behalf of the United States and the Allies by civilian repre sentatives of these Go...
NEED FOR ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
NEED:,FOR ASSISTANCE. I •/■'After discussion x Cr. Goode woven -thai the Chief Secretary be wired to asking -what nursing staff is to be sent to Port Pirie arid with what despatch in .the event of au outbreak of ■■..in.-" Iliienza. Cr. Hopkins seconded the motion. The local board; he said, had been ] treated practically "with contempt by the Central Board of Health, and iT it had not been for the Smellers'com in,? to its help the local board would have " been in a deplorable position. Boats were" coming-in to the port from Sydney tvilhbut breaking quarantine. No satisfaction'-'would; be obtained by wiring to tli nl 1 board,which had not yet re] ( ed to ;ome urgent tele grams. It was Ifc ie t to advertise for nurses for uie sum of the isolation hospital. ■" (Nurse Bird had nothing to do with the publication of the article to which Dr. Goode refers." The information was given voluntarily tov the "Re corder," and the interview with Nurse Bird was obtained with the object of testing the...
European Distress RUSSIAN PRISONERS STARVING. AUSTRIA IN DIRE STRAITS. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
RUSSIAN PRISONERS STARVING. AUSTRIA■"!&■ DiRE STRAITS, . (Published in The Times.) ' H - LONDON, Sunday. The Bolsheviks are using the invita tion to attend the Marmora' Conference to bolster up their -own - authority whilst stamping the Allied interest in Russia as purely mercenary. No Allied delegate yet- appointed is comparable with M. Trotsky in-intellectual calibre. The whole project remains incompre hensible. " . ' ■ ■ ,v .. ---• _r, Terrible reports -have reached the Peace Council regarding i.J00.000 Russian1 prisoners in Germany. It is stated that 100,000 need urgent medi cal attention. . -They are dying in hun dreds, from starvation and cold: They.: are" receiving barely half the amount of food required to keep unemployed men alive.. The American Red Gross is sending two shiploads of food: and clothes for thcr succor. - • Meanwhile the financial.; economic, and political situation m Vienna and Budapest is extremely precarious. Tne value of the currency is depreciatin...
NEGLECTED NURSE. QUESTION OF RESPONSIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
NEGLECTED NURSE. QUESTION'OF RESPONSIBILITY. j At last night's meeting of the Local I Board of HealttrrCr.' M. E.Goodere. - "ferred to an. article in the ■ "Recorder"; which dealt with the scantiness of the accommodation - provided for Nurse Bird and her assistant in the isolation tent. He asked if it was known wheth er iiie report was furnished by Nurse Bird, or if she was cognisant of the report. ~ The Town Clerk said he had seen Nurse Bird who stated that on the; previous night some one ..came to within a certain distance of' the tent, and asked a few questions 'which she j answered. Beyond that she had nothing to dor with the report. She did ziot know at the time that the questioner was a reporter or anything else. She was not- making any- complaint; _ but questions were asked. He asked-were these the only sanitary arrangemnts provided and she replied in the affir mative. Nurse Bird admitted "that she did think the authorities might have shown greater consideration. As it turned...
PIRIE'S NEEDS. VIEWS OF POLITICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
PIRIE'S NEEDS. VIEWS OF POLITICIANS Messrs Hill and Fitzgerald, who re present Port Pirie in the House of As sembly, expressed some views. last night on the housing problem. They prefaced their remarks by stating that they agreed with the figures published in the Recorder as regards the number of iiouses there are that are undesir able for human liabi tali on. They went on to say that: a- promise had been given by the Government to send Mr C. C. Reade. the town planning expert, to - make an exhaustive report on the conditions of housing Existing here. This promise, as far as Messrs Hill and Fitzgerald knew, had not yet been honored. As members for the district, went on Mr Hill, they felt acutely tins and similar neglect. Port Pirie. as the largest town outside Adelaide, should not be pverlooked. As for remedial measures Mr -Hill did not. favor the "canvas town" pro posal on the grounds that there was a possibility of it becoming permanent, nor on the.other hand did he altogeth er su...
IRONWORK TROUBLE EXTENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
JRONWORKTROUBLEEXTENDS. j The position regarding- the trouble among the ironworkers remains un changed. A meeting of the men di rectly effected was held at the Trades •Hall to-day. It is expected that more workers will leave their jobs to-night. About 400 employes are out and there is strong determination / among them not to resume work until a substantial increase in wages is forthcoming.
INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCES TIMBER WORKERS' STRIKE. MERCHANTS WILL PROSECUTE. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCES TIMBER WORKERS' STRIKE. MERCHANTS WILL PROSECUTE. ADELAIDE, Monday 'The timber merchants affected by the cessation of work last Tuesday by carpenters and joiners from sawmills have "decided to take legal action against the men. The men met at the Trades Hall again to-day to further consider the poi'posal to establish a co-operative joinery plant; and a committee was el ected to push on with the matter. A good icstablishraent with a complete plant has been offered them, and the suggestion has been made to issue shares to cover the cost of purchase. : Some of the men have accepted jobs which have been offered at 14/ and 15/ a day. The meeting took excep-. tion to a section of the- press having J referred to the matter as a strike, and emphasised that the men ceased work individually and not as strikers.
SUPPLY BOARD'S EMPLOYES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919
SUIWtYU BOARDS EMPLOYES. |j , T*ie "Commissioner of Public WorkSs. v: Gr. Bice) stateu to-dav that no ^change had occurred m the trouble J^-itli the employes of the supply and tender board over the refusal of the Go\ eminent to grant the request for 11/ a day to tlidse men effljaged in h mdling sleepers and rails.