ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Recorder Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 625,670 items from Recorder, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
625,670 results
Sporting MARITINDALE RACES GYR WIS A DOUBLE. £9/5/ DIVIDEND ON EPSOM ROSE. MARTINDALE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

ffiARTINDALEI RACES. GYR WES A~ DOUBLE. £9/5/ DIVIDEND ON EPSOM ROSE. MARTI.XDALE, "Wednesday. The races wore held to-day witli. ih,-e-;foIlowing results: : > . HUP PL E RAGE. Epsom Rose, 9.8 -(Neale) . .• .. 1 Grace Watspn, 10.3 (Little; .. . . 2 Lochiel, 10.0 (Ryan) .. .... 3 Dividends, £9/5/ and £1/1/, : MAIDEN plate: Gyr, *8.11 "(Sing)- .. v . . . , :. . 1 Foxhead, 9.0 (Gummings) . . * Tinbrae, Sill (Herbert) . . . . . . ;> Dividends, £2 and £2/15/. . MARTIN-DALE HANDICAP.^"***" Miss Restful, 7:5 (Reddan) . . -- 1 Arltunga King, 7.10 (Griffiths) ..2 Pfcami, 9.3 (Herbert) .. .. .... 3 Dividend, £3/0/. - TRIAL HANDICAP, Wiz'zo, 9.2 (Bax) . . . . . . . . . . I Dell Rose, 7.6 (Herbert) . . .. .. 2 Cuttha, 7.6 (Francis) . - ...... 3 Dividend,: £1/18/. WIRRILLA HANDICAP. Lord Mintberry, 7.8. .. .. .. 1 Marble Saint, 7.11 .. ., .. .. .. 2 Killarney Rose, 8.0 .. . . . . .. 3 Dividend, £1/11/. - JUMPERS' FLAT. Gyr, -9.11 ....... ...... .. 1 Mount Miltsin, 10.0 . . ., .. 2 Korea, 9....

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

COMMITTEES AW WORK. I (Router's Semee ) - LONDON', Tuesdav. A communique from. vParis dated Monday says that the:- Internationa! Labor Legislation Commission has de cidcd that the general ton" rence of nations" to deal with 1 bor e rislation should consist of delegate represent ing the Government- and organisations of employers and workers. The communique adds; that the Su preme: War Council-this afternoon dis cussed the conditions of the renewal of the armistice. < M. Klot then d'escrib'ed. the work published in 1916 by -the German Great General Staff, proving the pre meditated systematic character of the destruction of French industry by the Germans. , . . . The Council referred the work to the Economic. Committee. . The committee on reparation dis cussed the principles whereon rest- the rights to reparation, and examined the delegates. Mr \V^ M. Hughes set out forty con siderations^ whereon the British me moranda, are based.

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

GERMAN WAR METHODS. (Renter's Service."i _ PARIS, Tuesday. General Hirschhauser, in a report to Marshal Foch, states he has obtain ed evidence that the Germans used Strasshurg- Cathedral for military pur poses, doing what they unjustly ac cused the French of doing- at- Rheims.

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

DISORDERS IN GERMANY. (Jteuler's Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. A German wireless message says the outbreak in Berlin on Saturday was only of partly Spartacist charac ter. : It originated in an attempt to clear the thoroughfares where traffick ing- in army property, mostly stolen, had become a nuisance. It was also intended to raid the coining mints. Quite unepectedlv a •strong' resistance compelled the troops-to summon, rein forcements, wherewith order was re stored in the evening-. , A state: of sie^re was proclaimed at Kiel on Friday in consequence of the continuance of Spartacist disorders. /-■,^esday.,< ; The Government troops have enter-, cd Bremen unresisted. " A mine-sweeping- flotilla has occu pied Bremenshaven and arrested 80 persons, including- a- leader of tlie Soviet.'. v., ,

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
British Naval Strength LORD JELLICOE'S VIEWS. A WITHERING CONDEMNATION. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

British Naval LORD JELLICOE'S VIEWS. WITHERING CONDEMNATION. I United Gable Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. Lord JeUico-e has published a book describing the fleet's ■ work during the first two years of war. He asserts that the German submarine force was stronger than ours. The British de stroyer strength was perilously inade quate throughout the war, and he says that- should Great- Britain depend upon lier navv solely, in.".the future to prevent raids and invasion, it is essen tial the. fleet should possess a consid erably larger margin of all vessels over a possible enemy tliaa in 10i4. (Published in.The Times.) LONDON, Tuesday. Lord Jellicoe, in his book, gives his version of the battle of Jutland. lie states that- the British armored ships were, defectively designed and sup plied with bad ammunition. The Ger man destroyers carried six torpedoes; the British destroyers four. The Ger man submarines carried 28 torpedoes; the British,submarines 1G. Weak ar mor was responsible for the los...

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

POLISH SUCCESS. I CReuters Service.) LONDON, Tuesday. The Poles have recaptured Litoyst and Kovel.

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

Wanted Column. | Under this heading 16 words (if prepaid), 1/; three consedutive inser j tions, 2/6. 'No advertisement .booked !under 4/. i ■* BOOK- Your ..Seats at Slater's for Ful - lev's Monster Vaudeville Attraction. 20 Start Artists.- A full night's vau deville,. ■ at r the:; Alhambra,' Monday, i Tuesday, Wednesday and' Thursday. ! Popular prices: 1/, 2/, 3/ ' fpltis I taxes;. ^o'extra charge for r$3er» ins: ■- . j FOR Sale, Motor Bike, 44-h.p., 3 I speed gear, kick starter, fair free I engine. Care Mrs Mitchell, 2nd st., j West. thfs I'OK Sale, good Business in best part of Port Pirie, ingoing about £280. P. Wurin and Son, Ellen st. thfs WAITED to Sell, Rigging and Sails for 3511. boat, nearly new, cheap. Apply "Gear," this office. _ tlif WANTED, Table, 7ft, fiin. \ 3ft. 6in., with turned legs; must be* cheap.: Apply "Blackwood," this, office. WANTED, Middle-aged Person ^ as housekeeper .for middle-aged man, works "at .Shelters, day work; must be steady, sober person;, a real ...

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

Laxo-Tonic Ti'-K r.if. re delicate const i'. iuti •» and liner organism of yr- nwn": -makes lb im (' that all the fime fi =iis of her system be kept . -s fur as possible in ;v-com i ion of normal and he;JtKv action, and any c.ivi i : i :i from -the natural ■ T-trr -if tlJugs is quickly fs l!< wed by unpleasant re • suits".; ..It is safe to say th-it v-iUi nine '.vcnieii out i.f cviiv ten, chror.ic con-. stipati ;i is the birne of tK-.ir cxistcp.ce, and can 'frequently--" .be traced as the direct cause of many of the more serious com-. joints peculiar to the sex. In ail such cases ■the.-use of powerful and . initati: g- drugs is especi dlv lo be avoided, and for this "reason Laxo-Tonic Pills ere a marked: im provement over the for mulas usually proscribed, and ' are particularly adajitcd to the use of women in general; for their, action while .thorough, is always mild and gentle. They stir the lircr to healthy action, clear the blood, and give tone and; life 10 the entire ...

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

ON WASHING THE NOSE. A medical man points, out that the nose acts as a flilter of the air we breathe, and in order to keep that filt er in working' order lie. advised the public, when performing their daily , ablutions, to. wash the inside of the nostrils with ordinary soap and ..water,, to dislodge the germs which naturally collect there. = The operation is sirhpjej' I and though it is not .cUtoc\| solute preventive-of infiiipiiga it will ctjrfcijnly. "iiulp, ' w'ith Qthor cjuaHj* simply ' safeguards, to He op the disease out .of thg system.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MOTOR AND CYCLING NOTES. PRICE OF PETROL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

IVSOTQR/lPiP CYCLING NOTES. PRICE OF PETROL. . A matter of considerable concern amongst motorists is the question as to when the price of petrol is likely to come down to its pre-war level. It is now costing the average motorist double what it did early in 1914. There appears to be reason for doubt whether the price of petrol will ever return to its old time price, for war necessities have hastened the development of mo tor transportation and motor traction to such an extent, that he pre sell day demand for fuel will coninue to call heavily on the supply of petrol and benzine. Heavier fuels-must therefore be resorted to, to meet the huge de-. 1 mand which is developing all the .world at a .greater.'.'rate than is the supply. Unfortunately, even the war .conditions which have been respou ' sible for so many engineering improve ments, appear to have failed in evolv ing the successful heavy oil carbur erreter. Some experts are" of' the opin ion thai the: use of heavy fuel is a matter o...

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

FRESH AIR PANACEA. According to current medical op inion, fresh air is almost a panacea for human iiis (remarks the Age). In the present influenza epidemic, particularly the virtues of the open door and the open-window, by night, as well as day, have been urged by public health officers and private practitioners throughout the world, but while their advice is easy to follow in good wea ther it requires some stoicism to carry it outwlieu the skies are overcast and cold winds, gales and wet weather are the meteorological lot ;of mankind. The fear of medical men is that when the wet weather set in people will immed iately rush indoors and attempt to shut the cold out. A more Important thing for them to remember at- the present time is that by so doing they-will be shutting the inlluenza germ in, and laying themselves open to an attack of the deadly disease. '..The Influenza Advisory Committee, in a report presented to the Minister of Health point out that in epidemics of influenza eles...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Weather Notes FOR WEEK ENDING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1919. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

Weather Notes FOIL-WEEK ENDING' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1919. During' live greater part of the week ,a spell of warm to very hot and sultry weather prevailed in South Australia, due to the Very slow!eastward; drift of an area of low pressure, which was chiefly monsoonal in character; The heat was, on the whoiei-not intense maximum 109. at Streaky Bay on Fri day, but owing , to the high humidity conditions were most oppressive and enervating. -The period under review .opened with a widespread anti-cyclone covering this State and south-eastern Australia, with the" centre off. Tas mania. This system proved a very persistent one? for, although it with drew from South Australia it main- : tained its energy and position over the south-east corner of the continent and Tasmania until Saturday. The "stag nation of the "high" prevented the | normal eastward drift of the depres | siou noted at the beginning of the ; wee^J over West Australia, and for some days the "low" made very little ( progre...

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

CANCER CURABLE. Dr. Edward Reynolds, of Boston, chairman of directors of the American Society for the - Control of Cancer, says::— "Cancer is a very curious disease, which is due to certain cells of the " body multiplying- so fast that they seem to run away with themselves. It starts in some one spot in the healthy] body much as a case of measles breaks out in one house in a healthy city. If. the people from that house go out into , the city you are very likely to have i an epidemic. - "If cancerous growths are let alone for even a very little while the usual result is sending out through the body migratory cancer cells which may de velop growths in so many places as to render operation ..unsuccessful. The localised precancerous condition is a mere nothing if you get it out of the body before the .migratory - cells get into circulation. " - "Of civilised people over forty years of age one in every, fourteen men I dies of cancer, and one in every eight women. ; v "The. majority of ca...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHURCH AL FRESCO. TO MASK OR NOT TO MASK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

CHURCH AL FRESCO, TO MASK OR NOT TO MASK. • "Open air services, weather per-: routing; otherwise masks." The order "was fairly general as far as tlie relig ious services in Melbourne and sub urbs on Saturday was * concerned (re ports the Age). As on the previous * Sunday, where the meetings were held inside the buildings, the regulations required - the congregations to wear masks. And so it-will be, seemingly, as long as the yellow flag is kept fly ing there is need to- take precautions to prevent the spread of the influenza epidemic. - Last Sunday there was a desire to avoid the btuldings and to get into the fresh air; but many pastors urged their flocks to bring masks, in case the weather made it imperative to seek shelter. In one instance the custom ary notification of the services termin ated with a reminder to members and adherents to "bring ulnbrelias," To those who expected a change in the weather over the week end the warn : ing might have conjured up a vision of a very extr...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Scarlet Fever and the Flea [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

Scarlet Fever and (he Flea I During tlie last nine years inquiries have -been carried out in London with regard to Uio relationship between the flea curve and the curve of scarlet fever, and Dr. Hamer in his annual re port epitomises the result of his nine years' study in certain conclusions;, the most ^important of which are as follow: 1; There is u very close cor respondence in. form between the last nine seasonal curves of scarlet fever and of flea prevalence. 2. Both scarlet fever and fleavprevalence stand in close | relationship with cycles of dry or wet ! years. 3. Study of; school influence in i scarlet fever leads to the conviction ; that some factor, other than immed iate or direct personal infection from child to child, is concerned in, main taining the holdwhich the disease not infrequently obtains upon particular departments or classrooms. . -i. In: •■striking-contract' to dissemination of scarlet fever in homes and in schools, stands the absence of any marked^ ■ability ...

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

DRAUGHTS START COIDS. ^'«2eU!0- is they most ; -effective and pleasing cure for head colds, ca tarrh, bronchUis and all throat an*? chest troubles. Nazetha is an ovn nasal antiseptic, therefore a most/ef fective precautionary ipeasure against mierftfces of Diphthepii,

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

ADELA3DE SHARE TVIARKETV Messrs Blight Bros, supply the fol lowing noonday quotations from, the Adelaide Stock Exchange yesterday: Broken Hill, b 51/9, s 5S/6, British, old, b '36/3, s 31/. British,; iie\v, b: ^2/!. s.. Junction' paicl)", V'a/ifif, g 6/, .Tunotion Isoilit, sale? 12/3. - •Vorfliti, saleg • South; (paid), sales 50/6. Wallaroo, b 39/9, s 40/6. Edna May, b 10/, s 10/9. -• ... ■ Edna May Centrals, b 14,'6, s 14/10 Edna May Gonsol, eons., b 10/0, s 10/U. Edna May Deeps, 1> 12/5. s 12/0. Jfararoa, b 3/10, s 4/1 =V. Boulders, b 10/0, s 1.1/, Butt'erilys, b-';4Til., s 5Jd. i Amalgamated Zincs, b 24/, s 25/,

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

CARELESSNESS. There is ;> section of the public that is always'- carelcgs, .and they not only endanger .themselves but the whole community «s well. They arc seen everywhore in the streets, casually moving- about, often crossing- in front of'fast traffic, both motor and tram, without so much, as a stance. At the present moment in Sydney and else where .the Government requires every one to wear a mask,, but one can see many people going about--who are not only ..endangering themselves but the public, because they "can't, be bother ed." . They are equally careless re garding Nature's functions, endanger ing their own an!dthe public health.. To the splendid section of the com munity who look;, after themselves at all times and under all conditions the merits of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are welt known and relied on as a searching, cleansing remedy. At the present time the general good health of each individual is important, and if each person would observe the ordinary, rules of ...

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

In the Pcblic Eye Mr. W. Robe tson, general manager of the B.H.A.S. works, is going away on a six months' trip to America. Mr. Rigg is taking over thjj duties of gen eral manager: It is understood that Mr. Robertson leaves Port Pirle on Friday morning, and will catch a ship at Sydney. •...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SENSATIONAL BOLT EXCITEMENT IN PIRIE. CAB DRIVER'S CLEVER SAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 13 February 1919

SENSATIONAL BOLT EXCITEMENT IN - PIR1E. CAB DRIVER'S CLEVER SAVE. A bolt of a sensational nature took place in Eiien street yesterday after noon. The two horses attached to a cab belonging to, Mr. A. E. Novice, took fright ■■■while;-V: standin- near the "ltccorder" office. At a rapidly in creasing pace they .crossed the street and it looked certan that they would crash into-one of the buildings in the vicinity of Benson's chemist shop. This danger was averted by the plucky way the driver of thescab, Mr. Ken Matthews, hung to the horses once he had. gained the reins: This was not an i easy task as Mr. Matthews, was not | in the cab in the time, but had to [ overtake it and find the reins. His | action succeeded in turning the horses parallel to the footpath, but they had not sufficient room to clear the electric light pole, which stands about two feet out from the sidewalk. The stand Lard was hit with a crash that moved I tlie 12 x 12 h-^-^vood post in its foun dations. The high tens...

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