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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Bronchitis. Bronchitis is a very common ail ment among- children and among those wuhjeet to it Vie least ltttlc exposure brings it on—that- is* if the child is not given Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy at the first wheezing- or hoarse ness. Sold everywhere; v ;

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Isolation Hospital LOCAL BOARD'S RELAPSE. TRUSTING TO LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

-LOCAL BOARD'S RELAPSE. | r TRUsTIXG TO LUCK. After Munrtay night's strenuous meeting- of the local board of health yesterday was,"a day of rest. At.!) o'clock the sulj-committee appointed to arrange fori- suitable quarters for. iiio Y.M.C.A., which lias "voluntarily •passed over its'hail to the local board io be used as an isolation hospital, met at. the Town "and inspected the ouikling. The".-members of the. sub committee weiv Cr. .Warren and the Town Clerk - Mr E. E. Garrett) , re presenting the To\\ n Council, as trus tees of the building; arid the. Revs. I Hew F. Severn and T. D. Webb, with Mr" J. W. Burnard, secretary, repre senting tlie Y.M.C.A. board of direc tors. If, was decided to recommend the allotment do the. Y.M.C.A. of the meeting room and supper room ^down stairs, and the lodge-rciom upstairs. The local board of health, having iceom pushed^ so much work, seems disposed to await further - develop ments before taking possession of the building, which has been placed a...

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

PARKLANDS COMMITTEE. A meeting- of the Parklands Commit tee was held last night; the presi dent (Mr. H. C,' Afford) in the chair. Mr. D. Napier, the new representative of the Trades and Labor Council, was cordially welcomed. Mr. P. G. Tonkin attended to fur ther the scheme of the proposed new fence. He reported having collected about £50. . With that amount in hand it was dcided to make a start at once with the erection of part of the fence. Messrs. F. C. Tonkin and S. Geek burn were appointed a sub-committee to organise a working bee. If .the. material can be got read's* in time some of ; the posts and rails will be put in ' position along the Alexander street j -frontage next. Saturday. Offers /of as sistance in this work .will be gladly availed of. Mr. Giles, the town gardener, while away on leave, visited the various gardens in Adelaide. He reported that the Port Adelaide Corporation has promised 200 well-grown poplar trees with other trees. Mr. Pelzer, •the Adelaide, city garde...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIENT COMPANY (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

ORIENT COMPANY (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Monday. The Orient Steamship Company,-a fc its annual meeting, declared a 15 pel* j cent, dividend and approved of the. fusion of management. Sir Frederick Green, addressing the annual meeting of the Orient Steam ship Co., said a monthly service to Australia could be maintained with the present fleet pending- the replacement of the lost liners.

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

REPUBLICAN SUCCESS.IN PORTUGAL. Reuter's Service,) - . LONDON.-Tuesday. Router's' correspondent at Lisbon on Sunday says that Republicans have captured . tfic; towns of Lamego and Vizeu. The Royalist leader. Paiva Coucicro, lias'been wounded.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Fighting Still Continuss TWO SPARTACIST OUTBREAKS (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

ting Stifl Coatsnu's TWO SPARTACIST OUTBREAKS CReutcr's Service.) V ' ; PARIS Monday j A message from Zurich says that a ! serious Spartacist outbreak, occurred in Berlin on Saturday. Soldiers com . manded by General 'Eiehorn occupied ^important thorough fares,\ ~ The Gov ernment troops lired and Jkilled eight and wounded forty. A strict censor ship has been enforced. - : , LOND ON, Monday. . A lliimbiirg- message says the town hail was seized by the Spartacists" on Thursday. . A; ,. A B ritlsh North-Russian communique says Liverpool troops and a detach ment of the French Foreign Legion, consisting of Russians trained and officered by Hie French carried out a successful raid southward of Kadish. They inflicted heavy casualties, des troyed two field" guns, and upseit the enemy's preparations, -for an attack. LONDON, Tuesday. The "Paris Temps" understands that the Entente is insisting that hos tilities cease in all Russia, including Archangel, otherwise they, will not coni'er with, .t...

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

Is Your Child Constipated? If your child is dull and stupid see whether he. is constipated. Nine times out of ten that is the trouble. Con stipation arises from indigestion- an$ sluggish liver, and a sluggish liver makes a sluggish mind. Chamber lain's Tablets act directly on Uie liver., cleansing ..the system of the coASti pa led matter and bile \vliicl\ has" made your child so slupuj- GJiawlleriaiu's Tablets ai:p an ideal remedy for chiK dreij and are pleasant to tal\0. Sold everywhere, .

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pay Day Pastime FOREIGNERS FIERCE THREATS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Pay Day Pastime o FOREIGNERS FIERCE THREATS. Crianes Robert Dalberg. a wett-ouilt foreigner, was charged in the Police Court yesterday \villi eomniiUinfe au assault. V .The informant" was John Grofebie, a plasterer, a smaller and seemingly much older man 7 than: his assailant, and a Britisher. Defendant pleaded not guilty. The story, told by the. informant, wai> that on Friday last, which was pay-day, both men called in at the West Suburban {formerly known as. the-Pilot Boat) Hotel, where they had several drinks togetheiy at the defend ant's expense. Crosbie stated that after a while he. left the hotel and walked in the direction of the cemetery. The defendant followed, caught up to him, and threw him to the ground. Crosbie rose to his feet arid on this occasion he was pushed down. Then he rose again arid continued his journey ceme tery-wards. But defendant "still pur sued him," even into the precincts of. the burial ground, where, laying his hand on the shoulder of Crosbie, he. ...

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

Take It. You. " 2feve.r §9 *Mt" ft J&iirftey • a ; bottle o.r Ghamlie.rlajn'§ ' Qgiip apd i [iiarr{iof.a Remedy in j-qnp tr-vink. [and' boa(, tVixye^ipg-. vyitii the cor^e jcjuenE. aharige of diet, upsets many; people ftn(j'i^"i§ not ahyays easy to abs tain a temeay when travelling. Chain berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy can always be I'elied upon to give.in slant relief In all bowel complaints, gold everywhere. OPENING CEREMONY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1919, at 8 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. Uv BUSINESS NOTICE. W. G. HOLDEN (late -of Adelaide) , begs to inform the RESIDENTS of PORT PIRIE and Surrounding Dis tricts .that he has TAKEN OVER the PUDNKY STUDIOS, and will in future be known as the " • ■ .•. W. 'G. HOLDEN STUDIOS, ELLEN STREET. PORT PIRIE. ■ "Phone 179. LIMITED, • ———o ' GREAT REDUCTION IN SUIT PRICES £5/5/ for £4/12/0,.: £4/7/8;' TO ^jiASURE. W. HJ BRUfeE LY©., THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, Alexander Street, Port' Plrle.r TIIE DENTISTRY ESTABLISHED i895 THOMAS &...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Colds are prevalent jiist now * Jr So get ■ bottJf of Bono mgton's D5-->ss *1 Cu -quick'y prunaiient!? Beware1 o 1 imitan* «» B:mo!ngSon'» )ia» ' cared Io» srter 50years—there'* notliing Li equal it. SoUlintwo sizes-thr l&igeist is bfst value. Gel it to-day. Avoid iinitatimiv, 1/6 and 2;8 m-'- Y* ijummiKi? Ruthless Reductionsin al! Stocks - Our WHOLE STOCK is now being subjected to MIGHTY REDUC TIONS to effect a speedy Clearance prior to Taking Stock. • SEE OUR BARGAINS in Stylish BAGS, PURSES, Etc. BUY. TO DAY whilst BIG SAVINGS are OBTAINABLE. ; w : - Note these Wondrous Bargains ■■ :v- \ LEtVTHER BAGS j Superbly Finished, from .. .... .. 2/G E.P. PURSES, Quite Dainty, from .'V v, . . .. .. . . .. .. 4/G CHAIN PURSES,'Very Stylish, from .... .. ..1. .. 12/6 * Stroll thorugh and see the profusion of MONEY-SAVING Opportunities- . ——— —. ..."y ■; w W 9 Importer, LeLievre, asgge

Publication Title: Recorder
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WEATHER FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

WEATHER FORECAST. Fine., moderate to warm tempera tures and east \vjiuls.

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

SALE AT TELOWIE. A big clearing sale will be held to- : morrow by tile S.A. Farmers' Go-Op- 1 erative llnion on the farm of Mi\ "H. Williams, Sen. Telowie, situated six miles from Port Germcin and twelve miles from Port Pirie. Mr. Williams has leased his farm and is leaving the district. Luncheon will be provid ed and intending buyers can make ar rangements with the Farmers' Union Port Pirie for conveyance to the sale.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISEMBARKATION TO-MORROW. MEN FROM TEN VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

DISEMBARKATION TO-MORROW. .A1EN FROM TEN VESSELS. The Defence authorities have tele graphed to the "Recorder," notifying that the returning soldiers who came out on the Nestor, Saxon, Burraah, Karoola, Aeneas, Orontes, Mamari, Leicestershire, Port Sydney and Them istoeles are expected to disembark from the Karoola at tiie Outer Harbor at noon on Thursday. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Troops from the following „ships will -arrive at Outer Harbor about 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon by the KaroolaNestor, 102 ; Saxon, 95 ; Burmali, CG; Karoola, 33; Orontes, 84 ; x\cncas,- 85 : Marmara, 61 : Nes torshire. 3 ; Port Sydney, 1 : airl Themistocles, 5. The soldiers will be. disembarked j'voviding there have been no cases of sickness during the voyage from Melbourne. The troop ship Burma.is «xp,ecte/l to arrive here on February 1-5, and she will have the Karmala and the Bakara troops on board. ~—G

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

A cordial welcomc home \vas ex tended yesterday to Pte S. Kemp, 30th Battalion, son of Mrs. Gill, of Howe town, on his return from active ser vice in France and Belgium. The greet ing -was as hearty for one soldier as if half a dozen were returning. .There was nothing wanting in enthusiasm from the first reception at Solomon town to the futal one at the Town Hall, whilst the strong posts along the streets were fully manned and de monstrative. In the absence of the Mayor (Mr. A. B. Forgan). the town clerk {Mr. E. E. Garrett) welcomed Pte Kemp, on behalf of citizens. The motor used for the afternoon was supplied and driven by Mr. R. J. Lsw ry. Mr.. Chas. Morgan represented •the Anzac Hospitality Committee; Messrs. C. A. Degenhardt. (president). E.~J. Wills, T, Smith, C. Edwards, and many others the Fathers of Sailors and Soldiers' Association, r.nd Sgt. Oaigie-, secretary, the Returned Sail ors and Soldiers* Association. Pte Kemp enlisted on March 9, ""1916. He was ".wounded In the he...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Recorder Published Daily. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1919. WORK FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Published Dally. ' ] WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 191'.).j WORK FOR WOMEJM. Willi wards ;iII full of patients, many suffering irom typhoid lever, the Port Pirie Jlospnai needs help, dor tain famihar but extremely uhwei cotne diseases are rnaiung their anuu-u visitation to the town. It would be I comparatively an easy task kT keep' them out yf the town. They are pre-, rentable diseases, due to various jcuuscs, but most of ail to bad or in j sufficient sanitation. Such diseases as I fox- many years have taken in Port Pirie an. annual toll of lives and have left behind a trail of bereavement and misery have been .ousted, neck and crop, from thousands of towns in civilised countries throughout the world. The modern, way of dealing with disease is not to wait until it comes and-then attempt tqi cure the victims, but as far as possible to pre vent it from coming. That can -be (ionjj anywhere.. by the establishment and maintenance of good drainage and sewerage, by close supervision over the con...

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

TECHNICAL SCHOOL OPENING. In the High School building at* S o'clock to-night the presentation of certificates and prizes gained bv sue c-cssful students will be made. A musi cal progrem h-s been arranged, songs, recitations anil instrumental items by the most talented of Pirie's'artists, will help to make a pleasant evening. Dr. Fenneiv the superintendent of Technical Education, lias arranged to attend, but the Minister, owing to business in another portion of tlRv\ State, was-.-compelled to decline the council's invitation. There is no charge -for admission, and the council trust that all those in terested in technical education will be present.

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

I Police Court • In the Police Court yesterday, lie fore Messrs. J. K. Millhouse and R. G. Symonds, J's.P., John Boyle was fined 20/, in default three days' im prisonment for indecent behavior. John M'Ginnes, for being drunk, was fined 20/, in default 14 days' im prisonment. : Herbert Sydney Warden, a blackfel low, was fined 20/ for being drunk. Herbert Carl Frederic Nehlf, an alien, charged with failing to register, was remandeH till Thursday, on the application of Sergt. Bond.

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

Shipping High tide: To-day at 5.54 a.m.. and 8.8. p.m. The collier Auohinish was expected to reach Port Pirie yesterday, but up to a late hour last night she had not been sighted in the river. The s. Marathara, Capt. Park in charge. Avas moored yesterday morn ing at W) o'clock at the Queen's whai*f. , 'The■■■Marathara was formerly a trans port and is camouflaged. ..She carries a gun at the stern. No stoppage was made al Freniantle. as the.- vessel, was .'under.-orders to proceed direct to Port Pirie. The vessel is undergoing a process of fumigation. She was board ed by the quarantine officer.■■.■closely, examined; and reported clean. The voyage from Great Britain occupied two and a half months. The heat was very severe off the African coast, apart" from which mjM weather was ex perienced. The Marathara will carry a full cargo of wheat when she leaves the pbrt. r This boat last visited Port Pirie in .July 191'i. just before the declaration of war. Slie sailed for Eur ope via Durban o...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

£p§ect Bites. ' If an insect stings you on the haqd apply .Chamberlain's Bain - Balm. It will prevent any swelling or painful ness, So}<J ftyefy^ylr»i.

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

CORPORATION OF PORT PIRIE. WANTED. - A JUNIOR jASSiSTANT for the Cor poration Office. Particulars cation to the Town Clerk. ERNEST E. GARRETT. wtli Town Clerk. 1 I ■■■ ■ I— h I " H ■ 1 Band Concert ' Oil CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND. .. ■ . ■ J TO-NIGHT at 8.15 O'clock. The EXCELSifiR HAND will giv the SECOND of 'i Series of FREE CONCERTS, bv arrangements with the Council and the B.Il.A. Smelters Co, A Collection -will be taken up in Aid of the Playground. ERNEST E. GARRETT.. . . Hon. Secretary.

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