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CORRUPTION IN TURKEY. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

CORRUPTION SW TURKEY. (Published in The Times.) # • LONDON, Saturday. "The Times" correspondent at Cop stantinople says the Turkish Govern ment 'resigned as the result of a scan dal concerning certain grain contracts. Tewiik Paslia is re-forming the Cabi net. The Committee of Union and Progress is exerting a' baneful influ ence on tiie whole country, and is shielding members accused of massa cres and peculation and- endeavoring to inflame the people into anti-Armen ian outbreaks. The influential press is similarly occupied in inciting relig ious and racial .fanaticism and declar ing that the Greeks burnt Salonika in order to destroy the Moslem popula tion. The outlook in Turkey is gloomy. The people: haven't the faiiit ost realisation of their present inter national situation.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STRIKE EPIDEMIC IN BERLIN. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

STRiKE EPIDEMIC IN BERLIN. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Saturday. '"The Times" correspondent at TJie j Hague states that a Berlin message ; says the city is suffering from an epi- | (icmio of strikes, and is shrouded in ] darkness. All traffic . is paralysed as the result of an electricity strike, which is rapidly spreading and affect ing other trades. i

Publication Title: Recorder
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A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY RACES. GREEK FIRE DESTROYED. SYDNEY DAMSEL WINS CHALLENGE STAKES. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

A.J.C, ANNIVERSARY RACES. OREEK FIRE DESTROYED. "SYDNEY, DAMSEL WINS CHAL LENGE STAKES. SYDNEY. Sunday. i Following arc t-he results of the A..1.0. Anniversary race meeting', hold at Randwiek yesterday: HURDLE RACE. About two miles. Zarabine, J 1.7 (McGce) ...... 1 Basil K., 41.11 2 (.'■rev Flyer,-10.0 . . 3 Betting-: 3 io i agst the winner. Greek Fire lei!. ami subsetiuenlly was destroyed. TRIAL STAKES. One mile. Lothian. 8.7 (Wilkinson) - ) •Lambournc, .8.7''. 2 Greg, 8.5 - . 3 Twelve to one Was laid u-sl the winner. CHALLENGE STAKES. fiis furlongs. Mi" G. W. HtgUl,' .Ir.'s SYDNEY DAMSEL. 5 yr.s.. 8.12 1 Air J. . B.oihI's Shell Shock, 3 yrs., G.12 -. 2 Air A. Uullea'si Bhuetur, 0 yrs., 8.2 ........... . 3 Won by .four JKUglhs. Time. J. 12. Svdnev Damsel started at 8 t<j 1. * JANUARY HANDICAP. One inlio and a (juarler. Phast Boy. 7.0 (Orrell) .. .. .. I Double Strength. 7.2 2 Grand Vizier. G i 1 3 The winner went out. at 3 io J. WELTER HANDICAP. S>"veil furlongs. Shei...

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SANDOWN PARK RACES. TWO LIGHTS WINS HANDICAP MELBOURNE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

8ANDGWN PARK RAGE5, TWO LIGHTS WINS HANDICAP MELBOURNE, Sunday Races were held yesterday at San down Park: Results: HURDLE RAGE. Two miles. Oooloo, 9.9 (Seobie) ....... ..- I Amynias, 3.5 . .. .. .. .. *2 Salient. V.7> .... . . 3 The winner started at 6 to -i. SANDOWX PLATE. Six furlongs. Veronal, 8.2 (Lewis) .. .. .. .. 1 Guerino, ■ I'.tO .. .. . . . . . . 2 Antcnor, 8.1 . . . . — .. .... 3 Nine, to i was laid ugst Veronal. MAIDEN PLATE. Special Weights. Five furlongs.- - •Wlifcz Bang". G.I2 iO'Sullivau) .. i Lilting. 7.? 2 Problem. 7.9 .. ' .. .. .. ... 3 Winner's price. 3 to;*k . SANDOWN PARK HANDICAP. One piilc. Two Lights, 7.12 {Harrison) .. .. i Capelleti, 8.2 .. .. .. ... .. -. . 2 Distant Star, 7.7 ...... . . .. . . 3 Winner's price. 5 to 2. SAXDOWN PARK PURSE. ' Six furlongs. iBungunna, 7.10 (Killorn) .. .. 1 Garlovna, _8.11.. .. .. .. .. .. 2 Pure Grit, 8.5 3 Two to 1 agst- tlie winner. JUMPERS' FLAT RAGE. One mile and a nuarter. Madden, 10.0 .(Boyd) . / .. . . .. i Pro...

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A.R.C. FOUNDATION MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

8.R.e, FOUNDATION MEETING The following horses are in the events to be decided to-day at Vic toria Park: UNLE Y WELTER. r One mile. : Thorngate, 9.11; Kingbier, 9.8; Plami, 9.4; Sunder, 9.3; Moderation, 9.0; Perform, 8.12; Azoic, 8.10; Wat tle. Day, 8.8; Likely, 8.5; Nobody's Daughter, 8.2; Maldon King, 8/i; Telegony, Lontar, 8.0; Autos, Maori Pah, Sir Marco, 7.12: Fruit Bat, 7.11; Bonnie Bobadil, Bilberry, 7.10; Thc oda, Blue Steel, 7.9; Royal Union, Gay Paree, Earlsmere, Miss Restful, 7.7. MALVERN HURDLES.l About two' miles. V Ferrignite, 11&; Hamako, 10.5; Willi up, 9.12: Coastline,: 9.10; The Gaffer, 9,7: Mount Miltsin, 9.6: Rober vale, 9.2: Arktos, Disputant, 9.0. TURRETFIELD STAKES. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. \ Maraehowie, 9.0; Stage Boy, 8.5; Seal King, 8.3: Chamois, Sitella, Pis tol Princess. 8.0: Shot Cloth, Boba dilion. - 7.11: .Maltiel, Crusader. "Ser geant Trim, 7.7: Cava, Passanda, 7.6; Peace Day. 7.1; Santoria, 7.0. TRAMWAYS TRIAL. One mile. • • ■Amautes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

DRAUGHTS STURT COLDS. 1 illness. Nazetha is the.most effective and pleasing cure for bead oolds, ca tarrh, bronchitis and all throat aw* chest troubles. Nazetha is an oyo nasal antiseptic, therefore a most ef fective precautionary measure against the microbes of Influenza, Diphtheria, Meningitis, etc. Good? Bros. seV Na wtta et i/fj

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£4,000,000 PAY SHEET. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FARMERS RECEIVING WHEAT DIVIDEND. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

£4,000,000 PAY SHEET. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FARMERS | i ; RECEIVING WHEAT. DIVIDEND, j Payments to farmers on account of the 1918-19 wheat/are now being made,' the sum handed over represent ing- the whole' of the amount guaran teed by the Commonwealth and State Governments;, namely, 4/4 per bushel for f.a.q. wheat at country stations, less actual transport charges-to ship ping ports. Jl'The payments involve the distribution of approximately £4,000, 000 among the farmers of the State, and do not take into account the rail age and other transport charges; which come to ah out 3d. per bushel, or about £25p,000. The guarantiee to the far mers being 4/4 per bushel, f.o.b., the commitment of the Governments con cerned is actually over 4/7 per bushel gross, the additional sum being repre sented by agency charges, extra wharf age, cost of re-buildingiut depots, and no allowance is made for interest on the overdraft that will accrue.

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MOTHER AND SON DROWNED. SAD END TO A BIRTHDAY PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

MOTHER AND SON DROWNED. SAD END TO A BIRTHDAY PICNIC. Groat sympathy has been extended to .Mr. Percy Sampson, and the surviv ing members of his- family on the be reavement lie lias sustained by the I tragic death of his wife and only son. News has been received that as it was r the birthday of her youngest child the mother took her four children to tlip ' side of a waterhole in the creek, half , a mile from the homestead, for a pic-| nic. Whilst the children were pad- " dling in the creelc the boy got out of his depth, and his mother went to his assistance. Both Were drowned. Mr. Sampson is left with three young chil dren. The coroner has decided that an inquest is not necessary.

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TOWED BY A SHARK. THRILLING CRUISE AT BROKEN BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

TOWED BY A SHARK. THRILLING CRUISE AT BROKEN BAY. Mr. Andrew Woodward and a friend, had. a thrilling experience with a shark at Broken Bay, New South Wales, on 19th inst. They rowed out in a skiff to* fish, and dropped anchor, a few hundreds yards from the shore. Only a few yards of line had run out, when the rope was suddenly torn from Mr. Woodward's hands. A large shark had seized the anchor, which was only a small one, and had immediately dashed off. Then followed Jen min utes of thrills. The shark dragged the boat at a terrific rale, zig-zagging and twisting to rid itself of the an chor. There was no knife in the Jj'oat, and nothing could be done but to sit still. After the boat had been towed about a mile and a half the shark succeeded in freeing itself and made off. Mr. Woodward believes that the an chor was dropped almost on top of 1 he shark, which immediately snapped at it in a fright —Sun.

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PRICE FIXING STILL OPERATES. COMMENTS BY THE COMMIS SIONER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

PRICE FIXING STILL OPERATES. COMMENTS BY THE COMMI SI ONER. The Prices Commissioner advises that'the prices orders affecting- broken glass/ matches and certain infanls' foods have been repealed. The minimum price of oatmeal lias been increased from 26/;) to 32/(i per cwt. in bulk, and from 2/3 to 2/OJ per,71bs. bag retail, consequent on the advance in oats this season from 3/ i td -i/3 per bushel. The Commissioner stales that, although' a large number of fixed prices had been cancelled since the signing of the armistice prices are still being controlled, and manufacturers and merchants are required to justify ad vances on necessary commodities. Manufacturing- costs are checked by the department as cheaper materials become avajlable. Recent increases in jam, oatmeal, butler and, such pro duce are due largely to drought, and little relief can be-expected until the advantages of cheap freights and re gular supplies from overseas over come the difficulties of poor crops and high costs o...

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Wheat Fire Still Smouldering MOVING THE STACK. CLEANING PLANT FLOODED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

MOVING THE STACK. GLEANING PLANT FLOODED. . , It is not yet possible to make an estimate of tiie ■ damage done by fire and water. All day Saturday and yes terday.a. gang of men was employed on top of the slacks. The men were pro vided by the Spencer Gulf Stevedoring Company, and are paid for yesterday andj to-day's work at the rate, of 5/ ■ per hour, or £2 per day. It .is-esti mated that- the salvage work is costing the South Australian Wheat Scheme : at present £200 per day. which must lie home by the pool. An effort was made to carry on night- work, but it had to be abandoned owing to the ab sence of light and the strangeness of the work. * ' i No adequate idea of the size of the fire can be gained from the ground. To gain the roughest estimate of the damage one must climb to the top of the stack. More than one-half of the floor is covered with damaged grain to a depth in placcs of several feet. This wheat, which is still hot- in parts, is being shovelled over to the western side ...

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Fireman Causes Trouble CAPTAIN THREATENS TO SHOOT. SEQUEL IN POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

Firemaa Causes Trouble CflPTAi N THREATENS TO SHOOT. BEOUEL IN • POLICE COURT. Jack Costello, a voting fireman and fitter, oil board the s Anglo-Mexican, now in port, drew some money from the ship's captain last Tuesday night. Then he got drunk,, almost frightened the wits out of some of the crew, insulted and defied the master of the ship. As a sequel he made an .en forced appearance on Thursday at the Police Court.. • ' • After his release Costello's behavior became still more violent though liis. Iruculence subsided somewhat when Captain J. P. Davis, master of the ship produced a revolver. Costello thereupon left the ship,; and a warrant was issued for his arrest- for absenting himself without leave. On Friday night Constable Smvthe saw the man he wanted in a fishing boat just as it was about to leave its .anchorage to go I down the Gull'. The owner of the1 ' boat did not know his passenger, who , had had his moustache removed. I ' The man was brought before Mr. D. I ■C. Scott, S...

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THE TEMPERATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

1 THE TEMPERATURE. ' .Mr. H. E. LeLievre reports thai the maximum temperature in Port I'iiic yesterday was 84 degrees.

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Greek Gambling Den Raided PROCEEDINGS IN THE POLICE COURT. POKER PLAYERS FINED AND STAKES CONFISCATED. MOTHER'S MONEY RESTORED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

PROCEEDINGS ICU THE POLICE COURT. POKER PLAYERS FINED AND STAKES CONFISCATED. MOTHER'S MONEY RESTORED. The, police raid on the Greek Cafe, in Ellen street, on Friday afternoon and the arrest of the proprietor and seventeen other persons found thereon on charges of- gambling- caused some excitement in Port Pirie. The eighteen .defendants, who had been admitted to bail, appeared at the Police Court- on Saturday morning. The courthouse was filled with spectators, mostly compatriots of. the defendants. Mr. p. Hague appeared for the defendants, and Mr. T. C. George, of Alexander street, acted as interpreter, as none of the defendants had suflicient know ledge of English "to understand the proceedings. John Gammas was charged under section G3 of the Gaming Act with be ing the occupier of premises used for gambling purposes. The defendant pleaded guilty. Sergeant James Bond stated at the outset, that on entering the cafe o_n Friday afternoon the police found certain men sitting round a tab...

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HOSPITAL PATIENT'S DEATH. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

HOSPITAL PATIENT'S DEATH. ADELAIDE, Sunday. John Halls, of Millie(;nt. who was admitted to the Adelaide. Hospital cm January 3 suffering- from eczema, jumped through an upstairs window <ou January 16 while the nurse was attending- to another patient. His right foot was severely lacerated, and us gangrene developed in the wound, The leg was amputated below the knee, and he died. Evidence wds given at; the inquest 3»y a doctor at the hospital that death was due to shock caused by the fall and not by the operation.

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MAJOR SETON'S MURDER. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

\ f MAJOR SETON'S MURDER. (Reuter's Service.) ! CONDON, Friday. The police will ask for a further re mand of.Colonel Rutherford when he appears before the London Police Court on January 29 on a charge of having- murdered Major Seton.

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FOUNDATION DAY. HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

FOUNDATION DAY. ! HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS. To-day will be observed as a gen eral holiday in Port Pirie. The banks, public offices, and business placcs will be closed all day. The post office at Port Pirie will be open from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. There will be only one delivery of letters.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

A WeH-Kown Physician Says Dr. W. K. Kellogg, the well known .American specialist in digestive dis orders, says: "It may be said that al most every chronic disease known i& directly or indirectly due to the influ ence or bacterial poisons absorbed from the intestines." 3KU.JOL affords a harmless and effective means of pre venting constipation and keeping the bowels free from these dangerous poi sons. NUJOL is manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), U.S.A. It is a lubricant, not a medi cine or a drug, and is not absorbed by the system. It does not gripe or inter fere .-with digestion. Pleasant to take For sale by all chemists and stores. Significant signs of a return to nor mal times in England are the adver tisements of suburban dancing mas ters and mistresses who are announ cing forthcoming classes, where the one-step, "hop step," "tickle toe," i "ankle twist," and all the latest terp Isichorean accomplishments may be ac I quired and practised; together with I...

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IN THE PUBLIC EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

IN THE PUBLIC EYE. L/Gpl. «'rtliur H. Todd, son of Mrs. A. Gavene.t. Balmoral road, Pirie South, will return home by this after aono's train from Adelaide. He will be extended the usual public, welcome.

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PORT PIRIE INSTITUTE. THE ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 27 January 1919

PORT PIRIE INSTITUTE. THE ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of members of the Port Pine Institute was held on Friday night, the president (Mr. H. A. Chester, J.P.) in the chair. President's Report. The president reported that the af fairs of the Institute were in a satis 'factory condition, and commented on the fact that there were not so many subscribers as there should be in a town of Pirie's size and importance. Owing to the effects of the war the ■usual delay had been experienced inn getting- supplies of books and maga zines, "hut a considerable improvement was expected in the future. The con cession of opening the public reading room on Sunday evenings appeared to have been ■ fairly, appreciated. He ex pressed appreciation of the manner "in which the secretary, the librarian and her assistants had carricd out their duties during the term. The Finances. The Treasurer.' (Mr. R. G. Hawkins) submitted a statement of accounts' showing a credit balance of £3J 4/1-5/ 1 4d. The truste...

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