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CRICKET. Batting Averages up to and including February 8 (average 10 or over). [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

; CRICKET.' Batting Averages up to and including February 8 (average 10 or over). G. Ke«ils .. * 3 54x236 47.2 if, J. Campbell 9 2 8 Ox 288 41.2 II. M. PiniluU. 3 I 52x " <57 33.5 E.; l. Mitchell;; 9 o 97 "298" 33.1 •P. ./Wisdom .. 7. 0 62 172 24.0 • II. Effick . .. 7 1 84 140 24.3 W. Nunau 3 0 33 ,63 21,0 R. Fuller . . . 4 J 28 56 18.G II. Severn . . i 0 31 69 17.2 A. .McDonald . * 1 55 111 15.9 I7:. Garrett 0 0 40 95 j 5.8 E. Caaper .; * I 59 109 15.6 R. Pimlot-L . . 7 t 36 90 15.0 E. Miller .. - 8' 1 47x 101 14.4 W. Gibson; .. 3 0 19 43 14.3 C. Brown . . 9 1 42 112 14.0 J. Birrell . . 6 0" 42 84 14.0 C. Impelt ... 7 1 44x '83 13.8 <». Davis . . . 5 1 24 54 13.5 J. Kins - - v 9 1 34 .105 13.2 J.-Connelly, . . 7 1 33x 73 12.2 X. Hoklswortli 9 1 34x 94 11.8 A. Davieri 6 t 27 51 10.2 E. Coutts ; . . 3 0 17 30 10.0 ; xDenotes not out. . - : Bowling Averages, 10 wickets or.over c; ri ; s/ CU '' > ' 'rr ■ > . ' .'T4 ' R. Fuller v. 27.5 4 10 72 7.2 L. Tanirew ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A MASKED CLERGYMAN. CLAIMED AS A LONG-LOST HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

A MASKED CLERGYMAN. CLAIMED -AS A LONG-LOST HUSBAND. : " ' The Sydney proclamation ordering tiie wearing of masks as a precaution against influenza is - now being- gene rally obeyed, but there have been many prosecutions, for -disobedience of the order. It is an indictable mtsde ,mean or at common law to be in tlie city streets without a mask. The" Rev. II. \V. Barder, cliaplain. had an ex traordinary experience on Thursday, lie was in a tram masked, when a wo man who was sittin.tt' opposite sudden ly claimed him as her husband, who had left her ten years "ago. Two nolieemen later boarded the tram, and Mr Harder accompanied them to the police station, where he established his Identity. The woman admitted- she" was mistaken." Her daughter stated that "whenever my mother sees a. man with, brown eyes she has him. arrest ed.";- "' .-. J .

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IS KISSING UNHEALTHY? CLERGYMAN'S EMPHATIC AFFIRMATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

is kisssna unhealthy? CLERGYMAN'S EMPHATIC AF FIRMATIVE. The Rev. Douglas Bruce, of Whit tics ea {VieT). preaching in the Mernda Presbyterian Uiiureh recently, spoke strongly against tire custom of kissing as a iertiie.source of spreading infec tious germs. * — Tiie present epidemic of sickness, lie said, calied ior vigilance ; on the part of every person in the commun ity, and all possible means -of preven tion deserved earnest attention. Kiss ing was not- only extremely foolish, out was decidedly unhealthy, and weU. inerited the severest strictures of the Highest medical authorities. An. inno cent kiss, miscalled so. might he as: great a source of danger as half-a dozen glasses of alcoholic liquor in disseminating disease." Scotch people were said lo he the least addicted' to this habit, and the absence of kissing amongst them per-;, haps accounted for their longevity; and comparatjuvc immunity from epi demic complaints. It was simply shocking that babies and children should be ma...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

Shipping , The Daghild will take on board a cargo of 5000 tons lead ancl 2000 tons ore for Sydney, where she will top up with wool for the home market. •Thc's.s.- Quorna arrived in. the. port yesterday morning from Adelaide with a general:cargo. - The Iron Monarch and the Auchin ish, both from Newcastle, reached Port Plrie last night. I^he Iron. Mon arch has a cargo of coal and coke, which will be discharged at the B.H. A.S. wharf. _ The Auchinish/ will be berthed at the Barrier wharf and her cargo of coal will be . discharged by the . Government coal plant. The following vessels are scheduled to be berthed af Port Pirie, chiefly to load wheat: Matbara, Geo. Wills & Co., agents. February 11; Devon City, Elder Smith & Co., February 11; Challister, Dalgety and Co.. February 12; War Tiger, February 14; Glen lothy, February 18.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOBACCO AND THE "FLU." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

TOBACCO AND THE "FLU.'r It is truly an ill wind that jjiows no- • body good. 'Thanks' to the;-influenza, scare (comments the Age), the to bacco smoker is coming into his own -—and possibly ..a bit more. On Tuesday the Metropolitan Board of Works in timated to" its army of officials that they might-smoke during- oflice hours, tlt'hpc public ofliegs" and \yareliouses j arp pxp'ected to fallow suit. The clerk who "has bepn in the habit of slinking to the rear of thp warehouse to finish off his treasured" cigarette fcutt "will in future puff from his . office . stool with the assurance of a visiting director. The only unsettled point of^j&teresl would appear to be, Will the' tobacco manufacturers, as an act of public ser vice and grace,'encourage the, use of the treasured disinfectant by reducing the present high prices? For smoking in present circumstances is undoubted ly-an expensive luxury. Smoking has ben permitted in the Melbourne city council. - , - ■

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DOES NOT COLLECT RENT, [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

DOES NOT COLLECT RENT, One family is -living < rent free in" Pirie, because the landlord is humane enough lo recognise "the iniquity of collecting rent for a building which under happier circumstances, he would refuse to allow "any human being to occupy.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SUB-LETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

SUB-LETTING. There are peoplemaking a living to-day in Pirie by "farming-out" houses. Their practice is to rent a house ostensibly for themselves. They pay a high rent regularly and to that extent are desirable tenants, Having1 obtained the hotjse, they do not in many instances oceupy any portion; of it, but sub-let the rooms-tq faniilies, and ip this manner obtain between £2/10/ and £4 ^ weefe out of Avhicli after the owner gets his rent a fair sum is left for the lessee.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
24 CASES OF TYPHOID. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

24 CASES OF TYPHOID. There are twenty-four cases of en teric fever under" treatment in the local hospital. Enteric is the natural result of ov ercrowuing and insanitary conditions.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Fighting Influenza LESSONS FROM AUCKLAND. MUNICIPAL ACTION DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

Fighting Influenza LESSONS FROM AUCKLAND. MUNICIPAL ACTION DISCUSSED.' Representatives of the various met ropolitan municipalities met in Mel bourne on Monday to consider the most effective means of checking the spread of the influenza epidemic.: The conference listened to a graphic story told by Mr. W. H. Hemingway, who was in Auckland during the fear ful spread of the epidemic in that city. As president of the Auckland Automo bile Association he played a prominent part in organising; the motor car ser vice for the removal'of the sick" From his observation, he said there was no doubt that the disease was in Victoria, but it bad struck him that it was, per haps, the hot weather that was keeping it in such .a mild state. In New Zeal and the weather was... cold, and ex tremely wet, and the speed with which the epidemic developed was appalling. In a little town near Auckland the disease first made its appearance on the first Friday evening in November, and by the following afternoon • ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 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 Taking Slock. SEE OUR BARGAINS-in Stylish. BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUY TO DAY whilst BIG SAYINGS are OBTAINABLE., ' ' Note these Wondrous Bargains -- - LELVWIER BAGS* Superbly Finished, from ...... .. .. 2/6 E.P. PURSES,'Quite Dainty,-from ...... .... 4/6 CHAIN PURSES, Very Stylish, from "" 12/6 Stroll thoruglr and see the profusion of MONE&f-SAVING Opportunities X Nwter, Diamond Merchant, Manufacluriflg Jeweller 9 and Optician,

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FARMING OUT IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

FARB3IN6 OUT IN MELBOURNE. In Melbourne as in Port Pirie the housing question is recognised to be a grave problem -for which some sat isfactory solution must be found. Last Thursday's "Age" deals with .one as pect of the question. It says:— "Municipal health: authorities are confronted with a menace in the "far ming-out" of houses by avaricious landlords and tenan ts, vahjch threatens danger to the well-being of the com munity. v^«Xfarj^g^duti;'pifiicipIe is of recent "origin. Ten or fifteen years ago it was altogether unusual for two families to permanently reside in one house; .to-day it is a common sight to see as many as four or more fami lies.: housed unaer the one ■; roof. Hy gienic laws are flagrantly broken, and there are surroundings otherwise which are highly repulsive-to common decency. Tlie development is particul arly noticeable in the South Melbourne municipality. It is computed that 50 per cent of the two-story houses in that district S^farnied out. The prac tice; is ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
23 IN A HOUSE. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

23 IN A HOUSE. (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") - Sir,—In "The Recorder"' of Feb ruary 7 Mr. Lacey. president of the Port Pirie branch of the A.L.P.. is re ported to say that there were 23 per-; sons living in seven rooms. Two of those people had one room for which Ihcy paid £i a-week. Though not per haps intentionally, Mr. Lacey omitted lo ..say the room was an extra large one. beautifully furnished, piano in cluded, use of kitchen, gas, electric light free, sole right to two sea grass lounges, and well-kept lawn. Referring to the six rooms, he did not mention: that there was DO feet of verandah, seven feet wide with awning all round. I am, &G-j . Port Piric. 'J. Vv.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AEROPLANES FOR AFRICA. (Reuter's Service.) JOHANNESBURG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

AEROPLANES FOR AFRICAN \ ■ : V— — . I ( Reuler s Service.) JOHANNESBURG, Sunday. A company is being informed with the object of importing four aero planes for inaugurating services from Johannesburg to Capetown- and Johan nesburg to Durban. / c

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EMINENT MAN GOES BLIND. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

EMINENT MiAN GOES BLIND, (Published-in The Times.) « LONDON, Sunday, Viscount Grey, formerly -Foreign Secretary, is now blind. He is leara^j ing- Braille at St. Dunstans'. Viscount] Grey was an ardent advocate of tile' establishment. of a League of Nations, I

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A HOUSE TO LET. EAGER RUSH OF APPLICANTS [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

A HOUSE TO LET, EAGER RUSH OF APPLICANTS A mild sensation was created by the appearance in yesterday's Recorder of a notilic^tion that... a four-roomed, house was to let It was so unusual —just what scores of people distres sed Jay the congestion of Port Pirie haver been awaiting fo.r weeks. They, simply rushed the house. - The ink on the Recorder was scarcely dry before' would-be tenants started seeking the whereabouts of this unusual house. The ilrst_I en quirer arrived at the Recorder office about 6 o'clock'in the nidrning'. There after others' followed in rapid succesr si on, and before 10 o'clock a total of 44 inquiries had been made. The pro cession continued until 8 o'clock5 last night. .•

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"Nowhere to Live." FARMING-OUT HOUSES. EVILS OF A GROWING PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

- ~ "Nowhere to Live." FARMING-OUT HOUSES. EVILS OF A GROWING PRACTICE. Efforts made during tlie past few days to ascertain what steps are being ! taken to overcome the lack of suffi cient housing accommodation, in Pirie have yielded; little but negative. results; The Mayor and ^{ach councillors as liave been approached arc with re markable unanimity dumb on the sub ject. Whether this reOeence results from the .knowledge of civic - duty ably'done and needing no comment or whether it is inspired by. the maxim 'least said sooner - mended.' it is hard to say. It is known that some time back.when he took olTice;-the Mayor showed a commend able desire to grapple with the hous ing problem; of Pirie. Plans of a tem porary 'canvas' town • (in this case, however, asbestos sheets were sug gested) , which would: provide accom modation for the bulk of our surplus population were considered. The erec tion of such a lown would have en abled the local board of health to close such habitations as a...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

A - BIG DOUBLE STAR ATTRACTION. CASINO To-Nlght ' TO'Night The Changing Woman A SUPERB 3000 FT. BROADWAY FEATURE; A SENSATIONAL, UNIQUE, AND INTERESTING DRAMA, FEATURING MISS KEDDA NOVA & FRANK GLENDON. STAR No. 2: THE MAELSTROM A BItj o-AGT YITAGRAPH SPECIAL. FEATURING THE EVER POPULAR - - EfiRLE WILLIAMS. . AND—A FINE SUPPORTING PROGRAM. . TO-NIGHT, v TO-NIGHT. CASINO-r—TO-WIGHt. ' Licensed Land Brokei financiers, and Property Agents. Have HOMES F03 S^E In Good Localities ori SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY FORTNIGHTLY PAYMENTS. 700 Allotments near Sme'krs, and some Several townships to Select From. : Froni; JSlf Deposit We: ©an;: Supply; the ■ Land: ■■ Bui5d' Yeu the House : ^nct L@nd:V©y the Money All Besemeats tsafier Real Property Act prepare*! by our Expert Cen ]■- veyancers. a . . CONSULTATION AKD ADVICE FREE. V omca: feLgMSDjgR sriisrr.-^ JEWiLLERS and OPTICIANS. A-"'! StiJi UNSURPASSED Tor QUAL IT l' and VALUiS at the LOWEST PRICES. Win? . Because we import direct from Eng...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"DAD'S" ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

: '-DAD'S^ ASSDeiM ION A movement lias been started to form a brunch of the Fathers of Sail ors and Soldiers' Association at-Mount Gambier. Mr. W. E. Scanlan. secretary of the Port Pirie Association received a communication asking for informa tion. He wired buck at once: "Warm est congratulations on llie step you have taken re formation of- Fathers' Association. Good luck. Large quantity• of branch matter posted you to-day. Writing." - .

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Recorder Published Daily. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1919. ARE STRIKES WORTH WHILE? [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

Published Daily. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1919. —Ss.._ - - ' ■■ARE STRIKER WORTH WHILE? An epidemic pf strikes Bas/lbroken out- in. the State capital. In -no case, are many men clirectly affected.'It is I the number and not- the sizg. of the strikes that makes them stand out as something unusual. Possibly these dis-r lurbanees luive arisen from independ ! cut causes. If that. be so it serves to i accentuate the danger. It would be ! regrettable to And the antiquated strike policy encouraged by any oiie responsible body of men. But if this insidious foe to true democracy has made its presence felt spontaneously, in several separate and distinct branches of unionism, then the as pect becomes deplorable whether from the point of view of the true blue democrat or the most re actionary conservative. - ■ Nothing can excusc a strike in Aus tralia }jpr<jay. No SQund union leader 'advocates-••thjs! method of set tling industrial di.spjjtps. To strike is lo hurt the people, of which l...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FAMOUS GALLIPOLI SHIP. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

FAMOUS GALL IPO LI §HIP. r • • -pj . .j - (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. The Admiralty is salving the steam= er River Clyde from Gallipoli, and bringing her to England, • W

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
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