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COMFORTS FOR WORKERS. CONDITIONS AT THE SMELTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

COMFORTS FOR WORKERS, CONDITIONS AT TIIE SMELTERS. A letter signed "Automatic Mark," referring-"to the absence of change' houses at the works?-, which appeared ;n the Recorder.:yesterday was brought under the notice of Mr. W. Robertson, the general manager. He stated that pftms had been - prepared some time back for change houses, but in tlie carrying- out of the operations there had been unavoidable delay. It was the intention of the company, he added, to provide these conveni veniences. As a matter of fact, said the manager, a change house is provided already at the zinc works.

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

FRANCIS' - MARBLE BAR • Try our new Soda Fountain Brink. Clean and Pure. Special for To-day. CHOCOLATE 4di GLASS. CHOCOLATE AND MILK 6d glass. Note rAddressl-i--Ernftst Ji Francis, (opp. Barrler Hote'.J

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
REVIVAL OF CYCLE RACING. START MADE IN PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

REVIVAL OF CYCLE RACING. START MADE IN PJRIE. The Flinders Cycling' Club, through its secretary (Mr G. Nelson) has ar ranged for a working bee to-night at 5 o'cIocKT The workers will meet at the Recreation Ground,; where shovels will be provided and a start made to improve the eye-ling track. "When this is completed the track will be open for regular training, and carnivals from .time to time will be held.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOLD PRODUCTION. (United Gable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

GOLD PRODUCTION. (United Gable Service.) " LONDON, Tuesday. Router's. correspondent at Johann esburg states that the. South African Alining Journal says a period of lower gold output is probable. It will cramp joredit arid trade expansion,; lower wages and increase' unemployment. The journal stronglv urgesthat all gold using nations should contribute to wards State subsidies to low-grade mines to prevent tlie -ioss of twenty ; per cent, on the output.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Bolshevist Creed of Blood RUTHLESS ORGY OF BRUTALITY A STRIKING DENUNCIATION (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

A STRIKING DENUNCIATION Cllculer's Service ) LGNDOK. Tuesday A striking- -denunelation visrif "is published in the shape "of -a' letter written by an ex-Laborite, Col onel- \Vartl, from Omsk. A Russia) on j November 29 to a frade "unionist, Mr j Appleton. V The writer says: .. _. ; "For the love of Allah, never;more j j talk of the glories of revolution. I am in it here: Bolshevism thinks ; nothing of shooting' 500'.'Social Revo lutionists before breakfast because of petty differences of opinion. How any of our Labor -leaders failed to grasp the Bolshevist c-rced of blood and pre sumed to condone the horrors com united by this mob of fanatical mani es I cannot imagine." : Golonet Ward continues: The Bol ~hevik regime . has des troyed. more peasants and poor people in a year than the Tsars did in a hundred. War is horrible, but revolution is hellish. 11 appears that 'the German agents told the ignorant Russian, workman that the only way he can keep the country in his own hands is to ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Industrial Differences MOULDERS SUPPORT IRONWORKERS. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

Industrial Differences MOULDERS SUPPORT IRON WORKERS. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. Matters in connection with the iron workers' dispute" are at a standstill, j Representatives: of the employers and oJr the employes are meetins' daily. J ■ Mr. Boykett, secretary oi' the Em- • ployers' Federation, stated to-day that 1 there was nothing- to report at pre- j sent. r" . . . ! A large meeting of workers at- the i Trades Hall was in session all the ; morning and afternoon, but Mr M. L. i C ollaton intimated; to communicate beyond the fact thai reports from various, sub-committees appointed by the X union were of a satisfactory character. He estimated that about '300 men. were out- " Mr Spafford, secretary of the Moul ders' Union, stated that the moulders in another sltop had! ceased work that morning' through the -trouble among the ironworkers. There are only two small shops in Port Adelaide in which moulders are jiow working', and they would b'e compelled to cease. ' j

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Alcohol and Influenza (To the Editor of the Recorder.) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

Aiciiho! and InSueoza he Editor-of the Recorder.) Sir,—In reference to the letter of Mr R. G. oyinonds appearing in your coiumns ox lo-day to state for his edification , ' - A have already quoted is irorv. . ,V personal ex perience obtain-.- ■ a vast and varied career all v.-,;-v '.iO' world, since I was eleven years age; not from reading books. I take it that a per son's experience is the best authority to quote from. As regards the state ment re 96 per cent, being lion-smok ers and water-waggoners, I got it from the oleal paper in Bombay in 1895. I was at that time connected with the East India railroad as an enginedriv'er, and was on the Calcutta-Bombay mail, "and was spending a feWweeks' holi- ; day in Bombay. Almost all the Euro peans on our line who died of cliolera and bubonic plague were strict total abstainers. ■ Again, - Mr Symonds' statement thai strong drink is ruining our Country is altogether erroneous. Our- forefathers were very heavy drinkers of intoxi cants. "In the...

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

MONUMENTAL MASONS. I Members of the "Monumental Ma sons' Union have expressed consider able discontent with their conditions. | It is reported that the wages .board 'covering the industry meets within next week, and members have expres sed the hope that some relief will be. granted. • ;

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

AVERAGES. PORT PIRIE CRICKET ACC03IATI0N Great interest was aroused among cricketers by the publication yester day of the batting- and bowling aver ages for the first half of the season. In response to a special request the list is republished:— I Batting Averages up to and including February 3 (average 10 or over). H. I. Campbell 9; 2 Sftx 288 41.2 H. M. Pimtolt * 3 I 52x 67 33.5 E. L. Mitchell 9 0 97 298 33.1 F. Wisdom .. VT (T 6.2 172 24.5 H.. Efficlv . . . 7 1~ 84 140 24.3 W. Nunan .. 3 0 35 03 21,0 R. Furler .. 4 1 28 56 iS.<> II. Severn .. 4 0 31 .09 17.2 A. McDonald . 8 1 55 111 15.9 E. Garrett'' . . G 0 40 95 15.8 E. Cooper .. 8 1 59 109 14.4 B. Pimlott .. 7 1 36 90 15.0 E. Miller .. 8 I 47x 101 14.4 •\V. Gibson .. 3 0; 19 43 14.3 G. Brown 9 1 42 112 14.0 J. Birrell ., ; 6 0 42 ' 84 14.0 C. Impett 7 I 44x 83 13.8 G. Davis . .. 5 1. 24 54 13.5 J. King ... . 9 1 34 105 13.2 J. Connelly, .. 7. i 33x 73 12.2 K. Holdswortli 9 1 34x 94 1 1.8 A. Davies 1 27 51 10.2 B....

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SHIPBUILDING OUTLOOK BRIGHT. (Reuter's Service) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

SHIPBUILDING OUTLOOK BRISHT. (Iieuter's Service ) T.ONDON. Tuesday. The British shipyards have recently booked orders for well- over a hun dred -vessels, •. ^representing; a very large tonnage. This is probably a record. The shipbuilding outlook is very bright, provided labor settles j down. :

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

PITERB0R0UGHWEIQHT8. MEETING Is EXT SATURDAY. The Isoi'lh-Easteni Jockey Club's Summer meeting will be lielQ at Peter borough next Saturday; The weights are: HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. ~ About two miles. si. lb. Grace Watson .. .... . . 10 i CMdwiclf 9 12 Tot Melba 9 10 Lulabar .. . *. .. . . .» 9 7V Olive Downs .: .... .. 9 6 Jolly Dick: . . . . .. . . . . 9 0 Dextral . .- . . .. .. .. .. 9 0 PETERBOROUGH ^HANDICAP. ■ Nine: furlong's. lillici .M. .. .... .... !» i> Wc Spec . ., 8 i<) •Rayahs .. .... .. .. 8 8; - Graliosa .. v. 8 7 Cheer Up . ... .... 8 G Jamestown .... .. . . 8 3 ;; St Cyprian . . .. .. . 8 2 Wairakei 8 0 .landy ........ .. . . 7 13 Gyr .. .. 7 13 Torilla ■ .. . . .. . . . . . • ~ 12 Olive l)owrns -. . .. . . .... 7 8 Scutaria ..... 7 6 . The Conning Tower .. .. 7 4; > ; Bob Manor 7' 4 HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. . One mile. Dell Rose . . . . .. .... 9 0 Snow town .. .... .... 8 6 Seutaria .. .. . . .. .. 8 2 Blalil . . .... , . . . 8 0 Hopfactor .. .... .. ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GERMANY'S FIRST PRESIDENT. EBERT ELECTED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

GERMANY'S FIRST PRESIDENT EBERT ELECTED. j LONDON, Wednesday. j Herr Ebert has been elected iirst Pi-esident of Germany. • VANCOUVER, Tuesday. ! A message from Basle says that the | German Iv'ational Assembly elected I Herr Ebert President by a majority of j J 02 votes. - ■ -

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ORROROO RACES. WEIGHTS FOR FEBRUARY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

QRRQROO RACES. Yv EIGHTS FOR FEBRUAR Y 1?. The following are tlio weights for Uic forthcoming meeting" on Wednes day ut Orroroo; HANDICAP HURDLES. Two miles. . si. lb. Pinballio ..... . . .. . . 10 12 - Grace Watson ...... "10 G Tot Melba .... . . . . . . 10 2 Lulabar 1) 13 Dextral ........ .. . 9 3 The Conning Tower .. .. 9 0 ORROROO HANDICAP. One and a quarter miles. Coonong .. .. ....... 9 4 Arltunga King . 8 3 Wee Spec .. .. ...... 7 11 Ryahs ........... :. 7 10 St. Cyprian .. .. .. .. 7 10 Ethel M. .......... 7 9 Cheer Up .'. .. . . .. . - 7 9 Wairakei . . . . ...7 7 Jandy .. .. .. ..... 7 - 6 Albaree ...... .. .. ;7 4 War Cast . . ., .. . . . . 7 0 Bob Manor ....... . ... 7 0 „ JUMPERS' FLAT tEANDiCAP. One and a quarter railes. PinbaUic . . . % . V . . 10 7 Grace Watson .... .. . . 10 5 Tot Melba .. . . . . .... 10 3 Korea -. . . . . .... . .10 2 Lulabar .-. . . . 1 . . . ... 913 Dexiral .. ... ... .. 9 2 The Conning Tower .. .. 9 0 . FLYING HANDICAP; Six. furlongs. . - Mazarl...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Nowhere to Live." PLEA FOR HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

" Nowhere So Live." PLEA FOR HELP. "The extraorinary difficulty which people have in securing' housing ac commodation is strikingly illustrated by a letterwhich .has-cometo the "Re- ; corder." The "writer says: ; Y'^.V:| Would you k9 g^otj e nough to i give me a ring as ^ai-ly as you can the next chance of rooms or a hous9 advertised through you/ |offlco . . . . Wo' aro desirous of settling here. It would be such a I grand hotpV for-, as you; know, ac-J commodatlon simply flieg. While I am getting there the places are ; let. /v. Similar pleas ha\e been made to the "Recorder" on .several occasions. Of course it would not be fffir to other people for tills.office to give prior in-! formation to a few. . ;• ' \ " j The only thing- that houseless peo- 1 pie can do is. to worry the authorities whose duty it is to look after the wel fare of Use people. A few" letters, to | the corporation, asking pointed "ques tions, might help to arouse that .body to a sense of its duty. A petition, a de...

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

Shipping High nnt 1 To-day at 7.11 K.ni., and 8.12 p.m. •The ste mi \ucliinish arrived dur ing' Tuesday night. Her. car go of 4,700 tons oT coal is ;inbw being dis charged by the Government coal plant at the: Barrier, wharf. . The Omana. which.left Sydney on February 8, is due at the Barrier wharf, Port Pirie on Februai-y 14. She carries a cargo of 3,500 tons' of,coal.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Society of Nations PROTRACTED SITTINGS. (Reuter's Service.) PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

: . jl&s | . Society of .Nations -PROTRACTED SITTINGS. - (Reiner's Service.) P VRlS Tuesd r. As the result of "to-dayjs protracted sittings of Ike .Society- of Nations" doubts are expressed whether there is a prospect of completion before President Wilson's departure on Sun day. ^ : M. Leon Bourgeois^.'proposed that an international miittaryfiforce be sta tioned in France as the ^strategic cen tre of Europe. ■ - - The wide divergence: of views on several new proposals; cause appre hension of failure to complete the league as soon as expected. ; : The Supreme Council is considering : the shortening of the armistice peri ods of ten days, at the -end of which new terms will be imposed on Ger many lo allow the Allie- to meet the constantly changing conditions.

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

CCiMOSTlONS JN SERVJa. A terrible picture of the, devasta tion and suffering in Servia is given by Mcllle. Annie Ghristiteh, of Lon don. She writes: "The daily ration I of Hour for adults is less than lib. per 1 head. This might perhaps suffice if r there were any other article of food, I but the A lb. of meat allowed weekly f is of such bad quality that it brings . on disease. The animals are in such an attenuated condition "owing to lack of fodder Unit. they: can barely stand; they have to be transported on carts to:, the ^laughter house. Vegetables are at a premium. A. small head of cab bage is not obtainable under 2/6, .and beans—the staple food of the .coun try—cost 3/' per lb. Lard costs- any thing from Itf per lb. There are only ja few hundred pints of milk to be di ' vkied among the 50,000 inhabitants of [Belgrade, so thai the majority of the children b&ye forgotten the taste. J Butter anircheese are* equally things of the past, and rice, macaroni and ! semolina, are...

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

CORPORATION OF PORT PIRIE. f ■; ■ ;V WANTED. -,Y - ^ A JUNIOR (ASSISTANT for tlie Cor pora Lion Office. Particulars on appli cation to the Town Clerk. ERNEST E. GARRETT, wtfy • Town Clerk. A CARD, Air A. E. BOLT, Cental Surgeon (late of Bristol. i£oif. V has,, JOIMED in Practice of Dentistry, Mr'. II. G. AF FORD. Surget® Dentist, Ellen street, Port Pirie. 94q

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

FURTHER NOTICE. PNEUMONIC Ifl!Fi,UENZA, (1) For your own sake, and for'the sake of the community, start to use to-day the solid inhaiant recommend ed by the Xew South Wales health authorities for protection, against "the germ ?agt published »j the SjSncy. "Morning1 Herald," Tuesday, January 28) from the formula of which Wawm's "Wonder Hahh is made. Wawm's Wonder Balm is being- used in the Sydney hospitals. See you yet Wawm's! The* name'is on the packet and tube. Pul a little on the finger and apply up, each nostril three or four time a day (adults and children). Price. 2/ a lube. (2) The healthiest adult or ehild, and those in indifferent, poor, or-bad health, will receive invaluable help and protection by •following lite ex perience gained by i\ew Zealand's citizens in wearing a jacket made of Wawm's Wonder. Wool..{attached to gauze or muslin) on chest and back. Wear dry next to skin. -If any '?ymp toihs, moisten . as directed in each packet. New Zealand-doctors recom mended, and t...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The New Britain LLOYD GEORGE'S ASPIRATION. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

LLOYD GEORGE' S ASPIRATION. (, United Cable Service.) . LONDON, Tuesday. "• Parliament, whereon the Premier hopes to lay the foundations of "A Isew Britain," was opened guietly to day. The ceremony was brief " and semi-State owing- to the recent- death of Prince John. The King- read a speech of nearly record length. He perceptibly empha sised several passages, notably the re ferences to the inspiring sacrifices of the Dominions. Mr Lloyd George announced that the Government was immediately in troducing bills for housing, health, land settlement, reclamation, affores tation, the development of. transports, and the revival of rural life. Mr Lloyd George also announced in.-the House of Commons that if the industrial unrest caused by the war strain continues the .consequences will be grave to industry. He added: "The Government is willing to investigate the causes of unrest." .Mr Lloyd George further said the progress of the formation of the So ciety of Nations is very satisfactory.: Th...

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