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PIRIE HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 11 February 1919

PIRIE HIGH SCHOOL. Yesterday 165 students were enrol led at Port Pirie* High School, which establishes a record since Its opening. There are 93 boys and.72 girls, which is a reversal of the usual order of things, the girls having been in the majority in former years.. It is satis factory to note that the whole of the pugils in the senior classes who pass ed went on to higher education. Pupils have been. enrolled from ail parts of the State. .Some were resi dents of Victoria and; New South Wales, but have, settled with their par ents in Port Pirie. One student hails from Beltana. and "Tils attendance here is, to some , extent, a matter of senti ment. His late teacher was a pupil nf ;Mr N. H. Edwards, headmaster of Pirie High School! and no doubt his recommendation had weight.

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

R.A.O.B.   URGENT CASE OF DISTRESS. Mrs W. GODFREY, widow, with three children. COMMITTEE MEETING NEXT SUNDAY. FEB. 16, top of Blight Bros. Anyone interested cordially in vited, especially ladies. 3.30 p.m. A. C. AKERMAN. WM. BLIGHT, A. J. PERRY, Convenors.   R. A. 0. B. GRAND LODGE OF ENGLAND. PIRIE No. 1-9. Meets Everv MONDAY NIGHT at the , INTERNATIONAL HALL. j SOLOMONTOWN.No. 53. ~ 1 Meets Everey WEDNESDAY NIGHT at ST. ANTHONY'S SCHOOLROOM. ] • WEST SUBURBAN, No. 4a. Meets Every FRIDAY NIGHT at WEST SUBURBAN HALL,

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

FUNERAL INTIMATION. The friends of the late Mr PATRICK DONNELLY are respectfully informed that his remains will leave the Port Pirie Hospital THIS DAY (Tuesday), at 1 p.m., for interment in the Port Pirie Cemetery. W. H. NOAL, Undertaker.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Wanted Column. Under this heading 16 words (if prepaid), i/-; three consecutive inser tions, -20.1 ijo- advertisement ^booked under 4/. BOOK Your Seats at Slater's for Ful ler's Monster Vaudeville Attraction. ; 20 Start Artists. A full night's van- j deville, at the Alhambra, Monday, • Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Popular prices: I/, 2/, 3/ (plus ! taxes). No extra charge for fe&orv- j j ihg. . PL,-V18TO\VE'S iee Cr.safii Clips, 2/6 box of 300: <ilb. Lollie Bagfi. 6/ thousand, at-I*airey'e. wlhf WANTED, at aaee, good Girl for housework, also Girl for shop. Ap ; piy Mrs Savoskie, ham shop. SPORTS 1 Just arrived big" shipment Cart ridges/ all- numbers, in shots. Remington ; smokeless, 6/; ."New. oiul>. r>/tj. Fairey's, Ellen ' street ; soulli, j; ■ wlhf , CONSTIPATION poisons tb«; Bj-stem. Nujol, the internal lubri cant, relieves without l"pinj or forming a habit. STANDARD OIL CO. (Ne>» fm cala b» All Chemists. AM2 8T0BE3. A. A10XSTER Vaudeville Attract...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Riders Not Horsemen [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Riders Net Horsemen : ,> •• - s.i; U~ There is. at least one prominent racing official in Adelaide CwTites Trafalgar in the "Mail") mho holds decided views on the starting question. In discussing the subject a few days aco he said':—"Many of the horses yyhicli UiC: (starterhas to deaL,with, .are: (absolutely (incorrigible. :They:; Iticli and prance v about ;in ra: manner/eateul ated to disorganise any field. MiS3 Neckersgat, for instance, vis: especially bad, and she lashes out- with her /h%eis1taatierfi^ is a tendency by both; horses and rid ers in proximity to doge the flying heels, and in their confusion there is a general bungiihg up. There aire; sev eral other bad- ones," Bottle King, Bis avo, and Marie Studholme among the nnmijf! A starter cannot effect good - cum at' hl's without Assistance from '-(i-jf hovs and in this direction the" lo tai ij'N ."'i' I 'j'l.-ntably delieient. Tliey rider*. not horsemen.' Their cdu-v cation is lacking, and after all they are associated wi...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

■The best way ic prevent a cut finger from festering i« to cliean*c I be woundf how ever slight* and theri apply Zain-8ukr which is a powerful antiseptic . .and; g-rm --Itillerv Zam-Buk is a pure prepaiation, vrliich when applied to the broken &km»putiiiea the vvouisd,and then proceeds to heal with new healthy skin in a quick arid perfect manner 2ani-F.uk i® always readyTor use and always reliable. ; r lA5 an*l 3*0 per pot.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

——rTIlC—-. - ADELiillWS STEAMSHIP Co. Ltd, will Dispatch Steamers from Porf Adelaide as Tinder: - "(-Circumstanccs Permitting}. For Port Pirie, W.A., Pt. Lincoln. . S.S. ■QUORNA, livery SATURDAY FROM PORT; PIRIE FOR :PORT ' ADELAIDE, via Ports Augusta and Lincoln. " ; : : :. •* S-S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY. ; CQALMERCHANTS. OFFTCE8: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING AND MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

CYCLING AND MOTOR NOTES Mr. E. Fergusson put up a limv per formance at Sellicli's Bcadi cri Janu ary 27, when lie won three of the events at the Speed Trial. Mr. Fergus on rode an Indian in all tin' even Is,. - and the details and times are as fol lows: \ One Mile' Passenger Record (with sidecar fitted and passenger up) ; time •15 2-5 sees. : Half Mile Passanger Record (side car fitted-with passenger up) : time, 22 2-5 sees. Half Mile Solo Record over 600 e.c.): time. 20 i-5 ■sees.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In the Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Mr. Hiii and Mr." Fitzgerald, M's.P., | left for Adelaide by train yesterday J morning. I .Mr: S. H. Pindott, at present in the.t isolation camp at Bailarat, suffering j from pneumonic influenza, last week ' had to undergo an operation for a lung: "j trouble. A wire received on Monday , stated it was successful, and the pat- \ ient is doing as \vell as can be ex- ' peeled. ' - \ Gr. T. K. Taylor was present at . Monday night's meeting of the local board of. health. Mr. Patrick . Donnelly -died in the Port Pirie hospital on -Monday from typhoid fever and pneumonia. Mr. F. J'.. Doyle, who was removed from the isolation tent to the medi- .J cal ward in. the general hospital on j Monday, was very much better yes terday afternoon, having- passed a good day. Mr. Do^e is suffering from pneumonie lyplfoid. !

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

When * nid Jen fright iTijkci you jump or drop thing* it is a sign thai the nerves aieunstr.wg and probably the whole »y;faa run dawn. This condition ©ay be induced by too truch weak, insufficient sleep, ijents! worries, sr. injury, or _the abuse of alcohol At * preliminary. there may be pains in the hesri. instability. tierpless nesj, gcnetal indisposixur.. hrjtUcL;, vonuScg and constipation. r s a isireat w.erve..: Tonic at nnce braces arid steadies the nerves, irritation drparls. sleep and restful .sight* fallow, and in a very short time the whole system is restored to a normal condition. Fishers Nerve Tonic is •t!.=c> (-••ten (or Backache,.Rheumatism. It ■; cood Jor_ indigestion.; All chemists arid ftores •Pour lime* i!ie quantity, 1 0««o«n*ine- Chemist*,Fit>3>VT f s'&S''. STREET. SYDNEY, «.6.W. gagwamBU w vrr 71- iiryw —

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMEDY FOR PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

REMEDY FOR PNEUMONIA. When pneumonia was raging- in; the United States some four or five years ago, the following: reeipe for the dis ease was published. It was claimed at the time to be an unfailing remedy:— Get an. inhalation apparatus of glass, or, if you cannot procure one, satur ate a ball of cotton (as large as a one inch marble) with spirits of alcohol. Add 3-4 drops of chloroform to each ball of cotton. Place It between the patient's teeth, ml let him inhale the fumes in deep breaths for 15 minutes. Jtest 15 minutes or longer if necess ary, then inhale again for 15 minutes. Continue the same operation 24 times, and the result will be that the lungs will expand to their normal condition. In 24 hours the patient is out of dan ger, and in 48 hours he is cured, though weafc. Change cotton.and aleo ; hoi often. The author of this re medy was Marine A. Redding, who de j dared that it saved not only liis own life, but the lives of all those upon j whom lie had a chance to operate i...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sporting RACING FIXTURES. —February.— [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

RACING FIXTURES.' - —February — 12—Martindale Racing Club. * 43.—Bordertowq Racins Club". 15.—Gawier Jockey Club. - - - 15.—North-Eastern Jockey Club. ii).~-Penola Racing- Club. 19.—-Orroroo Jockey Club. 20.—Tuinby Bay Jockey Club. 22.—Port Augusta L.V. Racing Club 28—Jamestovai Bacing Club." 26.—Millicent Racing Club. 27.—Port Lincoln Racing Club. —March ~ 1.—Sno\vtov--n Racing Club.' 5.—Balaklava Racing- Club. 5.—Mftunt .Gambier Racing Club 8.—Spalding Racing Club. 12.-—Port Broughton Racing Club. - 12.—Miirat Bfty Jockey; Club. 12, 13.—Naracoorie Racing Club. ID.—Port iVdolaidc Racing- Glub, L

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EPIDEMIC IN LONDON. DUE TO EXPOSURE. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

EPI'DEBJIC IN LONDON. I)U K TO EXPOSURE. IHiblisIivd in The Times.) LONDON, -Tuesday.; Yisccninl- French is muttering irom ;i .severe attack of influenza. There is marked increase ol a severe type of influenza pneumonia in London, which is attributed by the medical authori ties'1o exposure in trafiic queues dur ing1 the strike. Cold weather contin ues, averaging ];> to 33 degress of frost throughout the kingdom..

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. D. and. L. C.C. v THE FEDERALS [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

CRICKET B. and. L.: C;C.: y;tHE; FEDERALS| A match was played at the uioix grounds on Saturday between lite D and L. Cricket Club and tin; Federals the scores were as follow;— - ; D. and L. Team. Miller,: c McCabe, b Minujru^ . . 10 Wilken, b Johnson .... • • - 1 Maynard, 1) Johnson .. .. .... 14 Akin, l.b.w., 1) Johnson .. .. ..... 0 Styles, b Johnson .;. .. .. . - 11 Edwards, b Johnson . . . . .• -i Ryan, not out .. .. ... ' • •' • • 1 Jackson, b Ware .:. . . . : . . . ... 0 Featherston, b Johnson' .. .. .. . 0 Smith, b Johnson .. .... .. • - 2 Sundries .. . . . . . . .. . .14 Total 57 Federal Cricket Club. MeCabe, b Ryan .. ; ■ .. .. .. 18 Welgus, b Wilkin .. . .... .. 3 Ware, b Wilkin .. .... .. .. ... 0 Summers, b Ryan .. . . .. .. 4 Minogue, b Wilkin .. .. . .. .. 1 Trennery, b Wilkin . . . . .... .. 0 Carney, b Ryan .. .. .. .. .. 2 Walters, b Ryan .. .. .. .... 7 Johnson, run out .. .... ... ..31 Miller, b Ryan .... ... ...... 5 Conlin, not out.... .. .. ...... 0 Sundries .....

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOUTH-EAST SEEKS ISOLATION. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

SOUTH-EAST SEEKS ISOLATION. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. | Referring' to the- congestion of goods in the SouUi-East, Dr..Ramsay Smith stated that so soon as facts were placed before him detailed di rections showing how traffic,: can be continued without any breach of the law and without any danger to public health would be prepared. The Cen tral Board of Health, he said, had been asked by the traders concerned in consignments of barley and other goods to remove ait restrictions, but simultaneously the local board of 'health in the district advocated that ttie South-East should be isolated from the whole of-South 'Australia'as • well" as from Victoria.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SYDNEY MEN IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

SYDNEY MEd IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. ' There ; are in South Australia' a. number of residents of New South Wales ,who are anxious. to get back to Sydney, but under existing circum stances they cannot do so. They pro pose to luiid a meeting to-morrow at which a .movement will be initiated to secure a special train to take them to their own State, where they are will ing to submit to such quarantine re strictions as .the authorities may im pose. ' J" . ' :f . ' '

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Srikes and Good Citizenhip LABOR LEADER'S APPEAL. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Srikes and Gsod ti LABOR LEADER'S APPEAL. (Router's Service.) LONDON. Mondav.' - (At a big-meeting of the railway men Mr Thomas, secretary of the National JUnion of Railwaymen, strongly appeal ed to labor to confine its activities to constitutional lines, remembering that the duty of citizenship was greater than sectional interest. The full ap plication of the eight hour day neces sitated^ the demobilisation of 128,000 railway men. The" new system of feeding the army of occupation more by water than by rail would soon be adopted, facilitating the railwaymen's early release. Mr Thomas urged that employers and the Government must adopt a new spirit ' Many disputes - were primarily caused by the^ failure of employers; to recognise that the worker was not content to be a mere hewer of wood. . The committee -promised by the Premier , lo negotiate regarding the railwaymen's national programme is meeting- on Wednesday. 1 j Although the tube dispute is pro ' visionaliy settled a series of f...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE PATIENTS RELEASED NO NEW CASES. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

ADELAI D£ PATIENTS RELEASED NO NEW CASES: ' ADELAIDE,. Tuesday. Patients who had suffered from in fluenza were being' discharged, said ; the chairman, of the. Central Board of , Health this morning-, and everything was going on satisfactorily. There were ; no new admissions. The local hoards of health had been advised, and they j could make their own arrangements in « regard to the people reioased from ' the hospital.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GLASGOW SIGNS HOPEFUL. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

GLASGOW SIGNS HOPEFUL. 1 united Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. . Glasgow reports show definite in dications that the industrial storm is ending-. The, .strike committee propa ganda has become more violent aud more hysterica], but the majority are weary and disappointed owing to the non-suecess of the ^sympathetic strike scheme. Half the workers in several yards resumed to-day. It is expected that the majority- will bo working by the end of the Week, '

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Express Trains Cancelled BROKEN HILL AND MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Trains Cancelled BROKEN HILL AND MELBOURNE. The Port' Pirie stationmaster has been instructed that from to-night the express which leaves Adelaide for Broken Hill at 4.-10 p.m. daily will not run beyond-Peterborough, affd the ex press which leaves Broken Hill for Adelaide at 7.15 p.m. daily -will not run from. Broken Hill to Peterborough from lo-momnv. The -4.80 p.m. ex from Adelaide lo'irelboumo^is cancel led from to-morrow.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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