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FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE. SEASON AT THE ALHAMBRA. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

. FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE. EASGN AT THE ALHA.MBHA. Port Pirte-theatregoers may expect a treat next Monday when, a vaudeville, enterfciinirient >yili be submitted by a company organised by Messrs Ben and John Fuller/ The "Register" describes the combination of talent- as follows: "An evening spent at the Majestic riieatre is better than a potion of physic ;lor ^ ipeoplg ■ who want to De cheered up, and the new programme, which- was presented to a crowded house, %as regarded as one of the best seen at this favorite vaudeville resort. Preference .might be awarded to the Camille : Trio, - because, after these three artists had completed their turn the audience .simply cheered with en enthusiasm. The Trio consists of three skilful gymnasts whose initial appear ance on the -stage is heralded by much noise from behind t!ie scenes. "When they advanced to the footlights" their weird costumes set people laughing, and when they start to throw, them- - selves about on the horizontal bars and col...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOCIETY OF NATIONS. (Reuter's Service.) VANCOUVER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

SOCIETY OF NATIONS. (Reuters-Service.") VANCOUVER, Monday. President Wilson has been accorded the lienor of formally calling on the nations of the world to join Hie So ciety of Nations. The question of mov ing' the Peace Conference from Paris to a neutral city may be "considered, jf the obstructive policy of certain French newspapers continues. » ~ (Reuter's Service 1 • VANCOUVER, Monday. Tiie Ukrainians are accepting -the invitation to attend the conference to be held on an island in the Sea of Marmora, with a view to the estab lishment1 of a stable form- of irovern j ment in Russia and to end strife. The Ukrainians are not ready to attend as ! soon as the I5th; - ^

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Peace of Europe INSECURITY CONTINUES. INCREASED SAFEGUARDS ADVOCATED. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Peace of Erope o INSECURITY CONTINUES. ' INCREASED SAFEGUARDS ADVO CATED. {Published in The Times;} v LONDON.-Tuesday. The Times, in-a leading article-says that^M. Ciemeneeau's 'statement needs the most careful consideration of the Allies. The present insecurity arises »from the undefined relations-with Ger i many. The .-lilies siiGuId- announce' a i settled policy for tlie: reassurance of Allied opinion and the stability of the world. E\ erything' hinges on the prompt settlement of this problem. . (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. The, Times, in an editorial, says: The nation is perplexed as the result of- the conference's delay in settling with Germany, combined with the ob scurities of violating the renewals of the armistice The revival of. stable government m Germany has cleared the; conference's way towards the goal whereon all eyes are fixed. . • The Times' correspondent at Paris says the Germans are refusing more firmly than hitherto to carry. out the j terms regarding...

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

BAND CONCERT AT PLAYGROUND. The Excelsior Baml will give to night the second of its sefies of week ly concerts in the" cluldren's play ground. 'A choice program of instru mental music will be submitted. Last Wednesday night's open-air entertain ment was well attended, but the amount oC the collection was- not as' large as .. was expected. The entire j proceeds are devoted to playground | improvements. Th.e band does- not participate. . It is subsidised by the Town Council and the BJLAJS. The | public.' ought;':to^ contribute generously to such a worthy object. The eater lainment will be opened at 8.15. . •

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S CLAIM. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

AUSTRALIA'S CLAIM;; ; Published in The Times.' . LONDON, Tuesday * Sir Douglas Mawson, of Adelaide, lecturing- at Leeds, strongly voiced Australia's claim lo the Pacific Islands. He said Australians believed Asiatics were likely to prove a big factor in the .world. Sir-Douglas Mawson pointed J out that the German colonies had al ready been annexed before America | entered the war and declared for 110 annexation. Nevertheless. President (Wilson was out to do a fair thing. The League of Nations was likely to he effective if- all the nations pulled Vo jfether. " ' •

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

PIRIE PICTURES ENTERPRISE. In a chat Mr. Staoey manager of the Casino, gave some facts, that are pro 'bably new to Port Piric picture goers. The management, in Its effort to se cure the best material available for the entertainment of Port Pirie people, .has obtained exclusive rights for the production ~ of numer ous world-famous pictures. In -Shoul der Arms," the second of the million dollar pictures that: feature Charlie Ghnplin at his happiest, the Casino has an attraction that,* in Adelaide, filled West's to the doors, night after night. In addition to the series of Chai'lie; Chaplin Million-Dollar Pictures, the Casino has the exclusive right to show the products of such well-known names as the groat Triangle. Vita graph and Broadway. Pathe; Keystone comedies, Clara Kimball Young's Select Pictures and Mary Plckford's First National releases, this artist has . Secured her connection with the Para mount people and is now her own producer. . • ; Though assuring for their patrons th...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WITH FRACTURED SKULL. CARTER WORKS FOR 18 DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

WITH FRACTURED SKilLL. j CAHTER WOKKS FOR 18 DjV^Sv :; Thomas Gassidy was thrown ironi u spring- dray on January 15, but ap parently was not seriously injured. He went about as usual1 until last Sunday, wlicn lie was admitted to the Partes (N.S.W.) Hospital. He died two days later.; and examination showed that his skull had been fractured.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Comfort for Workers CONDITIONS AT THE SMELTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 12 February 1919

Comfort for Workers   CONDITIONS AT THE SMELTERS     To the Editor of "The Recorder.")   Sir.—I am not long in this city of smokes lead fumes. I am an em- ployee of ttat big concern known as the Broken Hill Associated Smelters. I have read something about what the Company is doing for the comfort of Its employees, such as providing holi- day camps and giving a fortnight's holi- day on full pay to its employes-if they are lucky enough to complete the term without losing (I think)16 shifts. All   this is very good, and I am sure the employees appreciate this evidence of consideration on the part of their em ployees. But, sir. I wish to point out that the Company is commencing at the wrong end. Why not commence right on the job, where men are working in lead dust, coal dust, dust from iron crush ers, dust from D. and L., in fact, dust froin everywhere, where we arc breathing lead fumes and suffocating fumes of all descrip...

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

A TOP-NOTCH PROGRAM. CASiNO To-Night TO'RHght THE CHARMING ..STAR ACTRESS, IX TRIANGLE'S BJG WESTERN DRAMA. A PJJ\Y 0 THE WILD WOOLLY WEST THAT WILL GRIP AND THRILL ALL WHO SEE IT. 5 ^MASHING ACTS. 5.: THE TRIMMED LAMP " V, A BRILLllANT 8000 FT. VITAGRArH ROMANCE. - 'DAD'S DOWNFALL ; " £ A ROLLICKING KEJ'jSTONE LAUGH RIOT. 7 ; .THE GAUMONT GRAPHIC, BATHING BEAUTIES & BIG BOOBS, A Splendid Series of - this big Topical. Tin' Funniest Comedy Imaginable. SEE THIS EXCELLENT PROGRAM. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT. CASINO- -TO-NIGHT. Licensed Land Brokers, FinaBcIers^ and Property Agents. Have HOMSS FOB SALE la Good LoetlltSes on SMALL DEPOSITS and EASY F0RTNIOHTLY PAYMENTS. 7IWI Railding Allotsnesis near Smelters, ad some ■ fiasdy to CoGipaay's Bsiiidiugs. Several townships to Select From. From Deposit W® Can Supply the Land Build You the House And Lend You the Woney AH Dasaaaecls under Heal Property Act prepared by our Siperl Con veyancers. CONSULTATION AKD ADVICE FREE. oppios: MixmoiR imir...

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

THANKS. Mrs. W. Roads and family, of Monpelier street, Parkside, desire to extend their heartfelt THANKS to all relatives and friends, especially Mr.   Martin Erickson, Mr T. K. Olsen and workmates of their late husband and father for kindness and expressions of sympathy during their sad   bereavement.      

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

AMUSEMENTS. The futility of opposing true love is shown in a humorous manner at the Casino Pictures. In one liiin 'Dad' does his best but is 110 match for the lovers, -who with the aid of a^tranded troupe of elioruis srirls in tfie first place and the timely use of a motor car .bring their courting to a happy conclusion. " There was, however, nothing hum orous about the love of the heroine of Ashes of Hope. The film is a tale of a woman whose soul was wakened by love and when she is about to lift the cup of happiness, it is snatched from her lips. It is well worth a visit to see the slorv of how the queen of a mining tiance hall; primitive in her passions an I su roundings: sacrifices j herself in ordei to send the man she » ioves back to the wife and son he had left 'outside.' The program will be repeated to ' night.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TO FIGHT THE EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

TO FIGHT THE EPIDEMIC. The Victorian central executive of Hie Australian Labor party has decided in view-of-the. influenza epidemic, to wait upon the Minister" of Health to urge that all cases and contacts be strictly, isolated; that free/medical at tendance and su s tenance allowance b e given to those whose families are af fected l>y the disease or by any nec essary precautions to avoid its spread ing by contacts; that something in the nature of a moratorium be declar ed in rases wrere the necessities of public health entail hardship-and loss to sections of the community: that the medical profession be mobilised and districts and head quarters of dis tricts, under central authority, be al lotted to the care of doctors and nurses* thai, all advertisements claim ing Tor any medicine or preparation special curative or preventive value in cases of influenza be forbidden, unless with the express permission of the Minister of Health: that the control of the sale of medicines and prep...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Cases at Buria DESCRIBED AS GASTRIC INFLUENZA. ADELAID, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

Cases at Buna DESCRIBED AS GASTRIC IN FLUENZA. sADELAIDE. Wcdnesdav. iSo fresh cases of influenza were re ported in Adelaide to-day, and there Is every indication that the epidemic in diminishing. The president of the Central Board of IlealPi 1 Dr. Ramsay Smith) stated to-day th t information reeeived~~from Burra showed that, there were seven ea f"' f astric influenza there. The victims are all members of one.fami!y and the dwelling has been isolated by the police. If a further outbreak oc curs tiie hospital will accommodate i t cases. All the schools have been closed. Provision was made ; at tli <; beginning- of December for the isola tion of first case, or suspicious eases in Burra Hospital, and hospital- equip ment is packed ready for dispatch to Burra if required. With reference to the proposal to run a special train from Melbourne to convey stranded South Australians back to Adelaide, Dr. Ramsay Smith said the Commonwealth authorities founiv that Tori-ens Island woul...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Epidemic in Victoria VIRULENCE NOT ABATING. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

Epidemic in Victoria VIRULENCE NOT ABATING. ^MELBOURNE. Wednesday. . Tftere js little change in the influ enza situation. In Melbourne .up to noon to-day 50 fresh cases were ad mitted to the hospitals. Two more deaths were reported at Melbourne Hospital, one at Fitzroy and one ill the countrv.;; v- - ' r-^ •

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Isolation Hospital Delay CR. WARREN'S STRONG EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

! CR. WARREN'S STRONG EXPLANA £ TION. "Councillor M. L. Warren who is a member of the local board of health, referring yesterday to the comments in yesterday's "Recorder," on the di latoriness- of the local board of health, remarked that it was not by the decis ion of the board that a start had not been made on the preparation of the Y.M.C.A, building for isolation pur poses. "Mr. E. E; Garrett and I," said Mi\ -Warren, "inspected the premises on behalf of the local board of health, and, as I am informed, that the equip ment is waiting in the. Drill Hall, the building- could be converted into a hos pital in half a day; I did not consider it advisable to disturb the: present occupants of the ,building. It would mean: a loss of revenue to .them, and the scattering to a certain extent of the circle that has been gathered together." The local board" of health will, of course decide the matter. Up to the present I have" been acting on my own responsibility.'1 An interjection from a local...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

; 7.. , - —The— 7": ,0 A DEI, AIDE STEAM SHIP will Dispatch Steamers from Port Adelaide as under: (Circumstances Permitting). For Port Pirie, W.A., Pt. Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, Every SATURDAY FROM PORT PIRIE FOR PORT ADELAIDE, via Ports Augusta and Lincoln. S.S. QUORNA, EVERY MONDAY.' COAL MERCHANTS. OFFICES: Ellen Street, Port Pirie. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LTD.

Publication Title: Recorder
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BRITISH STRIKES. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

BRITISH STRIKES. (Reuler's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. The Labor leaders have instructed the Clyde strikers to resume work on Wednesday. .. The Belfast strike has been- provis ionally settled, the men agreeing, sub ject to confirmation on Wednesday, to resume work on the basis of a'54-hour week pending- a conference, at which: the employers undertake to recom mend, less than a 47-hour week.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA HEALTH AUTHORITIES INACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA HEALTH AUTHORITIES INACTIVE. Another day has passed without a report or even a rumor of a suspicious ease of illness in Port Pirie. Another day has also been allowed to igo by without preparations being made to provide for any cases that may occur. The attitude of the local board of health is inexplicable. As was its duty, the local-board harried the Central Board of Health until it was- moved to - send a van load of equipment for a 20-bed hospital. Having got pos session of the equipment—it is some where in the'railway station yards-—; and secured a suitable building the local board fell fast asleep. In its apathy the local board is con— tent to let-Port Pirie take its chance. Though an outbreak may come sudden ly no effort will be made to equip the hospital until there is a patient—-or it may be a dozen patients—to put. into it. Then all wi!l be bustle and con fusion once more, and»men will pro bably be tumbling oyer one another to get things into position. Mat...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
STRIKE OF PROFESSIONALS. (Reuter's Service.) COLOGNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

STRSKE OF PROFESSIONALS. {Reuter's Service.) /COLOGNE, Tuesday. The professional classes of Elder "eeletl and 'Carmen- have agreed : to .irsfce if either- town is threatened by ;.n outbreak of Spartacism.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Pirie Technical School OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

Pine Technical School OPENING CEREMONY. -■v.; The opening ceremony of the Port Pirie Technical School took place last night in the High School buildings The president (Ah R. G. Symonds)-was supported by Dr. C. Fenner, sup«rih tendent of Technical Education, and Mr. F. E. Heseltinc. . The president stated that satisfac tory progress had been made - during 1918, especially in view of the ad? verse conditions caused by the war. With the re-establishment of peace it was hoped that education, especially technical education, would be encour aged. Australians had not been back ward 'during the war, and had shown 'to the world that in resource and in itiative they could hold their own, and in most cases, lead the world If technical education . were encouraged^ Australia, in" science, could, would be found in the forefront of the world's discoveries. The Australian possessed a serious defect—lie was, too casual. His enthusiasm to study had not been sufficiently fired. Until he could be in du...

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