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PRIME MINISTER ACTIVE. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

PRIME MINISTER ACTIVE. ujumi.<3ne« m The Times.) LONDON. Tuesday. The Times lobbyist - says that. Mr. Lloyd George will stay in London ai least a fortnight in order to devote the closest attention to the vast labor pro blems of wages, hours and other con ditions involved in the demands of the railways and miners' unions. "

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

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Isolation Hospital APPLICATIONS are hereby invite .J from FULLY QUALIl-IED NURSES willing- to SERVE on the STAEF of the above. Payment will be made at the usual rates. '' ERNEST E. GARRETT, ; W. Secretary L.B.H.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOVELTY IN STRIKES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

NOVELTY IN STRIKES. (Router's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. Reuter's eorresondent at Cologne on Friday says a message from Dussel dorff states that a strike of the middle class is officially declared over the Spartaeists conceding- the chief de mands of the bourgeoise strikers.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOSPITAL NEEDS. CALL FOR VOLUNTARY LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

hospital needs. tt\LL FOR .VOLUNTARY LABOR. Tlie cairfor voluntary assistance iu the overworked nurses at the Pirie .Hospital has met with a very poor re sponse. Some who promised to go a day or two ago failed to appear at the hospital. The matron states she has three very satisfactory workers and two others are expected at the hospi tal at 9 o'clock this-morninjr. •

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BOXING. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

BOXING. CReuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. A la-round contest for £500 was fought at .the National 'Sporting Club,. London, between Eddie MeG'oorty, of America, and Sergeant Iiarokl Ralph, of Canada. McGoorly. won in the eighth round. .

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

PADEREWSKI AND POLAND. Ignace Paderewski, the world's greatest pianist, in an articlc in the "Daily Express," says:— "In my life as an artist I have had Viany plaudits, but none of them touched me so deeply as when I heard myself called by many of'the men who responded to my appeal 'the father of the Polish army.' "\Ve~ Poles do not ask that we should be held upright by the Allies. When justice is done to us we shall be a self-supporting nation, with the great tradition that it has several times saved Europe, as when Sobieski preserved Vienna from the western march of the Turk. It will be to the interests of a free Europe that we should have back again the. port of Danzigy without which we should be merely a body without lungs, "The Poland of the future has im mense industrial possibilities. England, France and America have looked to our literature and our music as our essential national characteristics: but, the Poland of fifty years past has been a country rich in engineering and ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INDUSTRIAL DIFFERENCES Adelaide Strike Wave TROUBLE MAY EXTEND. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

lWDlblhiAL Dir. Adelaide umke Wave TKtfUbi.e MAY EXTEND, — xiu.auu£» .industrial uarest in Afleiaicie present tici lew ucvcioxuueais to-day. - ^ IRON WORKERS. The- iroijvvoi-iiei'6 iu-e^suii out, ana the fttjctuiai y oi, mo union reported mat noiiuus- ijad developed since the previous ciay to indicate an eairty set Ueiueui, ' 'me manner of men out of work was increasing, lie said. STQREMEN AND PACKERS RESTLESS, Storemen and pacKers employed in ana about snops intended to hold a meeting- to-night to;discuss- a furtlier offer - by the employers regarding wages 'and conditions. Recently the employers stated they were prepared to' pay £3/5/ a week, an increase of 7/, for a fifty hours' week. This the men; declined to accept. They stated that the proposed increase in pay was. reasonable, but they were not prepar ed to work more than 48 hours. About 400 men are concerned. BOTCHERS OFFERED SUPPORT. Butchers employed in shops and small goods factories are to decide to night what; action the...

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

FRANCIS' c MARBLE BAR. Try our new Soda Fountain Drink, Clean and Pure." Special for To-day. CHOCOLATE -id. GLASS. - CHOCOLATE AND MILK 6d glass. Note Address.—Ernest J. Francis, (opp. Barrier Hote1.)

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FATHER NEPTUNE'S SELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

FATHER NEPTUNE'S SELECTION People who give commissions to obliging friends to purchase articles lor them ought to put up the cash beforehand, as a rule. An Irish priest" who was. going" to Rome was besieged^ by many friends to buy things for them in the Holy City. He had the forego ing rule in mind. When he returned, he brought the articles for those wlio had paid for them In advance. When the others complained, he said, with: a wink:—"While I was at sea, I got out all . the commissions and spread them on the deck. On the papers of those who liad given me the coin I put the money. The others had noth ing to weigh them down. A squall of: wind came up. It blow all the un weighted papers into the seat So the ones who gave me the money got what they asked me to get. The others must ask Father j\Teptunefor ..theirs.":

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Is Alcohol an Antidote? [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

9 Is Alcohol an Antidote? When the statement was made a few days ago by -persons interested in ' Ihc liquor tradoremarks the Ago) that alcohol was beneficial as a pre ventive of influenza, the Victorian Minister of Health immediately sub mitted "tlie question to the influenza .advisory committee, which consists of leading Melbourne medical men, for an expression of opinion on the subject. : On 'Thursday the Cabinet had before it a report in which the "committee expressed llie opinion that "alcohol is neither a preventive nor. an: anti dote of influenza," and "alcoholic ex cess diminishes resistance to influenza and increases the mortality, especially from pneumonia." The Cabinet adopt ed-the report. . ; (To the Editor of "The Recorder.") Sir,—0n tills subject the public will prefer to take" the statement of the eminent doctor quoted- Out back in India for years I have had the care of many thousands;..-, of natives thrown upon ray hands. They flock to a white man for help in their tr...

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

WATCHfNG THE SHIPS. j The local quarantine. officer, Dr. Leiteh, earijT yesterday inspected the Marathara, now berthed at Queen's wharf, and granted pratique. The MafiTtliara was examined at Port Ade laide before coming' up Spencer's Gulf and was given a clean bill of health by the authorities at that port. The quarantine officer also hoarded the" Iron Monarch, and found everything satisfactory. '

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

Often- Mistaken for Rheumatism. One sign of liver trouble is a screw— mg- pain 111 the- shoulder,1 which is . often -severe .as to feel as if a gim let was being- driven in. Many people suffering this %vay imagine it is rheu matism, and rub in linaments and think; they. are no good ' because-jhey do not iose the pain. . .MI that is necessarv : is. a course of Chamberlain's v Tablets. They are the safest, surest and be§t ioedieine for a sluggish liver. The use of Chamberlain's 'Tablets is not fol lowed by constipation. Instead you will find your bowels act more regu larly and naturally than before. Sold everywhere. - • - " 0P«yeHT8 8TflRT concfe. ^ Nazutha is . the, - niosl r effective; arid pleasing cure for headooids, ca tarrh', bronchitis and aU'"Uiroat an/1 ct}p§t tfoi|ble8. NazetUa is an ovo ^g^l ^ntiseptio, ^hefeffjra a mo?t ef fective precauftpsapy measure against ijxs ipierphes of Jofluehza, Diphtheria,

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

MISSING VACCINE. rvo word has yet b&en received as to the whereabouts of the 4000 doses of vaccine promised by the Chief Sec retary nearly a fortnight ago to Mr W. Robertson, general manager of the B.H.A.S. Pending receipt of the vac cine* free inoculation is held up, and the danger of comparatively liarmless illness developing into the dreaded pneumonic influenza is thereby . in creased. It is the duty of the local board of health to ascertain who is re sponsible for the delay.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PORT PIRIE INSTSTUTE. (To the Editor of "The Recorder,") [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

PORT PIRIE INSTSTUTE. (To the Editor of "'The Reeordeiv')" I Sir.—Heferrins to your .paragraph in to-day's issue, on the subject of the lack of support to the library, I hope it may lead to a better knowledge ; and 'support'of; the "institution by the pep-" pie of this town. ." I would like to add that in addition to the library and subscribers' reading room, wbere a sood assortment of the iidi'sl illustrated papers and maga zines may be seen, and a newspaper room, where writing materials, chess, draughts, and dominoes are provided, there is a comfortable billiard room with two Ateoek tables, open to all members, and at a scale of charges considerably less-than the rales charg ed at any public billiard room. I have reason to believe t.[\at the ad vantages offered an; greater than at any "other Institution of tin: same kind in the" State for so smali a sub scription. In fact visitors haw ex pressed surprise thai such advantages "are obtainable by so little, as 3/ per quarter. To comp...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Politician's Arrest TROUBLE ON A TRANSPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

? Politician's Arrest TROUBLE OX A TRANSPORT. Gunner "G. E. Yules,.. member,- foi .Adelaide in the House of Represents^ lives, who was arrested by .lire mili tary authorities on Saturday, was con veyed to 3Ielbourne by the express -which. left- .Adelaide on .Monday aftei' - Jio^n. A number of Labor members of the House of Assembly and the Le" 1 t\e Council, and friends, as sembled on the platform to see him ■■ off, but they were disappointed, as the military authorities had taken steps to see that his departure was made quietly and without any possible de monstration. Consequently • Gunner Yates and his small escort were mo tored from tue place of detention on , North Terrace into. the liills, where they joined the train. "Mrs Yates was present to witness the departure of her husband. There" has been some speculation as to the reason, for Gunner Yates' ar , rest, but the military: authorities have confirmed the general opinion that action was taken because of the mem ber's connectio...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
South Australian Rainfall RESEARCH BY FEDERAL BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

"•RESEARCH BY FEDERAL BUREAU. A remarkable mass of detailed infor mation bearing upon the climatic- con ditions existing. in South Australia and the Northern Territory is contain ed in a bulky volume of "Results of Rainfall Observations," made in the districts by the Commonwealth Met eorological Bureau. The volume is the fourth of a series dealing with'all the 'States. It contains-tabulations of all the available annual rainfalls, and totals up to the: year 1917, for about. 800 stations, in addition to annual and monthly .rainfall} maps for ithe years 1878-1917, and .notes upon rainfall distributioh and notable: meteorological evcnl- Data aj e furnished also that are ot a^ibtmci' in estimating the "amount of ram water available for storage and lrngauon. and-may there fore;_be ot \ulue to glaziers and intend ing si'ttleis, whi'o ,i large number of rainfall maps' show in detail the: ex tent of the falls in a a nous'districts. In this connection a large scale "average rain fait map" re...

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

"* TRIUMPHING OVER DIFFICULTIES. One of the multitude of Parliamen tary candidates has had the misfortune to lose both legs, writes - the "Daily Chronicle." Many years ago there was an Irish member, Mr. Kavanagh, who had neither legs nor arms. He triumph ed oyer his disabilities with marvellous success and courage^ tiding and moun taineering, and making light of all'dif ficulties.-" JJy special permission, a pnui servani iispd to carry the lion, member iritjj {he Hoijsp ar^i dtiptjajt liim on th(e bench. peer, who was unable lo stand, was several years ago accorded the privilege of addressing their iordslji'ps'sitting. As for blind members, one rpc'ails not only Henry Fawcett, but Dr. T. Robertson and Mr. W. A. Macdonald."The- latter lived a Igng way out of town, and always had a' conipanioii to: escort, him to St. Ste phen^. In his latgr years 'Viscount Midleton's eyesight failed, and he, too, had to be helped in the discharge of his Parliamentary duties. Mr. M. K. McKenzie, a Vict...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPS FOR AUSTRALIA. NORMAL CONDITIONS RETURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

SHIPS FOR- AUSTRALIA. NORMAL CONDITIONS RETURNING. I Normal shipping' conditions are iilic ly to be restored,-as far as Australia .'•'Is • concerned, in the near future, and largo amounts of tonnage will soon be available. The Acting J?rime Minister has received from the Secretary of Slate for . the Colonies, through the Governor-General, a cablegram, which indicates a hopeful outlook for the future. The cable message states that the cessation of hostilities has released tonnage engaged in the military, naval and munitions services, and put an end to war losses and damages, and convoy delays. At the same time the output of new' tonnage and - repairs continues. - In those circumstances it was being found possible, . subject to demobilisation . - roa [tirijmeatei^ -to--re- ' stbre to their: original! trades the -mar • jorily uf'tlie liners withdrawn," in pursuance of the policyof concen trating all available tonnage on the shortest routes. .It. was hoped that, from February, Australia...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A WAITER WHO ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

A WAITER WHO ROSE, Ihe romantic story of a young Swiss \vait6r \v1io rOse'to become' the most femdtis lidtel ptoprietor in the"" world iySs ibid 'at'tlie annual 'meeting o'i the Pgfltfjii Hotgl ^td- It was annqifncpd tjiat'Mr.' Caesaj?/ft'itz, thp fqqnc^r pt {he jiondon hotel which bears his name, died in Lausanne on October 26. Mr. Bit?, whq retired from bus iness ton years ago, on account q| j[i hoaltlr, began his \vorMng life as a waiter, "It ig a story of wonderful pro gress/' said the manager of Rit? hole!, "Mr. Ritz had no greater opportun ities than other boys of _hia age - and" station, but her was ambitious, He worTced hard in Switzerland and France, saving all lie could. Eventu ally he secured the -post of jnaiiagur of the Hotel Victoria in Sao Remo, in Italy, where he was most.^successful. He went from there to Monte • Carlo, and afterwards to parte ami LUUs li was -he who created the hotel (bs.luxe. 'I'lie Ritz Hotel in London Kvas founded by him, and lie was the first m...

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

REQUEST FOR NURSES. The secretary of the local board of health yesterday wired as directed on the previous night to the Chief Secre tary, asking to be supplied witli infor mation as to trained nurses available for the isolation hospital when it is opened. No reply, had been received last night. It is likely that'the Chief Secretary would refer the question to the Central Board of Health. In that case it may take some time 16 frame a reniy.

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