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CYCLING. FLINDERS CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
CYCLING. flinders cycling glub. _ At a meeting of tile Flinders Cycling-1 Club Ia'st night the following; were - elected as officc-hearers: -: president, j .Mr Cliff Hart; treasurer, Mr E. Caine: committee, -Messrs Jenetsky, Malyclie, Clarke, Caine and secretary (Mr Geo; Nelson); handicapper, Mr Horace Ca veiiellcaptain of eiub, Mr F.; Symcs;:
Death in Adelaide SUSPECTED CARRIER QUARANTINED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
Death m Adelaide SUSPECTED CARRIER QUARAN*. TIMED. ADELAIDE, Thursday. On Wednesday night at the Exhib ition Isolation Hospital Mr. Clarence Gitlings, aged ~ 24 years, died, it is supposed, from pneumonic influenza. Iiis father and mother returned from Melbourne on December 28. On Feb ruary 1 the son, who lived with his parents, complained of pains in the head and back. He was attended to by, a doctor, who regarded the ease with some suspicion and: reported it to the local board of health. The house was- quarantined, and the pat ient was removed to tho hospital on February 7. Cultures had been taken from the father and mother during tlie time their home was quarantined. Generally speaking, both the father and .th#> mother showed the same micro-or iSanisms as the son, but in the case, of the fatlier the influenza bacilli were present In the culture as .well as other germs. In the circumstances the father particularly is regarded as a probable earrier of the disease, and through hi...
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. ... -—0———- - Messrs Blight Bros, supply the fol lowing noonday quotations from the Adelaide Stock* Exchange yesterday: > Broken Hill, b 58/3, . s~ 58/9. British, old sales 37/0: British new, b 33/6, s 34/. Junction, con., b 4/4, s 4/5J. Junction JNorth, b 12/, s 12/5. ~ Norths. b 53/9, s 54/6. Wallaroo, i) 39/5). s 40/9. . Edna May. b 10/4, s 10/9. Edna-May Battler, con., b 10/fj. s 10/10. : Edna May Centrals, b 14/6, s 14/11 Edna May Deeps, b 12/5, s 12/9. . Great Boulde-u, b 10/9, s 10/11. Mararoa, B 3/95. s 4/1. Butterfly, con., sales ad. Butterfly fpaid), b 1/1, s 1/2. -Zinc Corp. (-ord.), b 24/9, s 25/6.
DANGER OF THE TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
DANGER 0 F THE TELEPHONE. Speaking at a conference of shire" councils held; in the city hall, Bal 1 arat, it was decided on the moti on of Dr. Longden. health officer^ of Bun inyongshire, to request the authorities to remove mouthpieces from all tele phones, because they were not nec essary, and were a prolillc source of infection.
PEACE TERMS Ingress to all Coutries JAPAN'S DRAMATIC REQUEST. (United Service Cable.) PARIS, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
PEACE TERMS Ingress to all C&irafriei JAPAN'S DRAMATIC REQUEST, (United Service Cable.) ' \ : PARIS * . Dramatic developments . occurred Aw dai m connection with further consid eration ot the diaft constitution ut ~ -Lv >~ue oi Xalions. The circulation of Hie drait amongst the delegates ■ lcj\-, several' Powers to propose amend^j ments. if j The most striking of these was ia-: the name of Japan, which requests'tlia addition or a new clause providing thatl Mivcountries"; of Jhe;^\vorld must permiSj free ingress to all peoples. league? , These were - anxiously" considered to-day\ by the l,eague Commission. A full meeting ..will, be held- to-morrow. .".President .-Wilson is still , pressing earnestly for the fraalisation of the project in order to permit him to an noiihce the scheme and make a-speech at the Plenary Conference before starting- for home on Saturdav or Sun day. , „ - • ^ Obviously neither Great Britain "nor, America will entertain Japan's re quest, but. Trance ...
CRYSTAL BROOK'S EXAMPLE. ELEVEN VOLUNTEER NURSES. CRYSTAL BROOK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
CRYSTAL BROOK'S EXAMPLE. ELEVEN VOLUNTEER NURSES/ CRYSTAL BROOK. Thursday. Eleven ladies have volunteered for nursing duty here in- the event of ah \ outbreak of pneumonic influenza. These were addressed by the health officer (Dr. Sinclair) on Monday even ing. -- y ■>■■ The location of the isolation hos- I pital has noir yet been decided. The J town clerk; (Mr. Townsend) inform- ; ed a "Recorder"1 representative that the health board would meet in the ordinary way on Saturday week, as (here, seemed no special cause for alarm. ,■ :;; -
QUARANTINE OF SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
QUARANTINE OF SHIPS. The Federal quarantine authorities intvc receivedinstructions that all A vessels arriving at South Australian ports from either Victoria or New A South Wales are to be quarantined for | seven days after arrival. Western i Australia in turn will quarantine ves- 1 sels arriving from South Australia. |
VESSELS IN PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
VESSELS IN PORT. Dr. 0.'Leitch yesterday boarded the steamer! Challister. Auchinish.— Iron Monarch and others in the river, and found everything; satisi'actorily, The -Omana, from Sydney, with coal, came up the river last night. The quarantine officer went on hoard and found every thing- clean.
Pirie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
PIrie Train Services ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. Trains are due to. leave Pirie for— Peterborough at 6.30 a.m., 12 noon (carrying passengers for Wilmington line), 5.15 p.m. (carrying passengers for Adelaide via Terowie). Adelaide, via Blythe, at 9.40 a.m. ' Trains are due to arrive at Pirie from— • Peterborough ~ at 5.30 a.m. (bring ing Adelaide passengers Via Teiowie), 1.15 p.m. (bringing passengers from Wilmington ■ Jliie)7.-52 p.m: Adelaide, via Blythe, at 4.8 p.m.
Amusements "MIDNIGHT AT MAXIM'S." CABARET NOVELTY AT THE CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
"fVUBNIGHT AT MAXIM'S." CABARET NOVELTY AT THE GASIiS'O. - A fresh and svell-diversiJkd pro gram of picture entertainment wili he presented at the Casino this even ing. The special attraction heading the hill is entitled "Midnight at Max im's." It is a complete cabaret show from' the "Guv White Way" of New York. This feature depicts Broadway and its "midnight: revelry in l-ealistie form. The picture has many striking features. Maxim girls are to be seen, in their famous dances, the Nightie Parade, the Bon Bon Step, the .Novelty Dance, the beautiful; Maxim Ballets, the Donkey Dance, Chinese Fantasy, and the Muff Glide. _ During the showing of* this novelty feature in Sydney, Spencer's Auditor ium was crowded to the doors every - evening. The House of Hate, Pathe's serial sensation, enters on. its eighth episode this evening with another ex citing^ cliapter of adventure. Supporting these two special films Is a program of topical-and comedy subjects designed to provide visitors with a ...
Wheat Scheme Muddle SIR RICHARD BUTLER ATTACKED POLITICAL INFLUENCE ALLEGED EXTRAORDINARY EVIDENCE BY THE MANAGER ADELAIDE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
ADELAIDE, Thursday Astounding evidence was. given be fore llie Wheat Scheme and Rural In dustries: Commission at Parliament House to-day with regard to the con trol of the wheal scheme. There were present Messrs. Angus (chairman), Mills, Kirkpa trick, Pick, and Hamilton (who took his seat for the first time). Mr. G. G. Nicholls, general manager of the Wheat Scheme, . said that shortly after Sir Richard Butler as sumed ministerial control of the Wheat scheme it became evident that the interests of the wheat scheme were being sub-ordinated to pol itical. interests, ' and the: -undue personal influence of Sir Rich ard Butler. "On one occasion," said Mr. Nicholls, "on my attending upon Sir Richard Butler in his office for the first time after his assumption of of fice as . controlling Minister- I was greeted with these words accompan ied by ta thump on the table, "Why lias W. W. Hutton been victimised"?" From the conversation that followed, it was plain to me whether he was, worth his p...
Houses for Workmen FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S SCHEME. PIRIE SEEKS A SHARE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
j FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S SCHEME. PIRIE SEEKS A SHARE. It is reported, that £30,000 is to .be speut by the Commonwealth Govern ment in the building of cottages at Lithgqw for the housing of Common-, wealth workmen at the - rsmall arms factory. Numerous complaints as to the housing accommodation there were brought under the notice of the. Government last year, and- authority for the erection of 100 houses was last session obtained from Parliament. Commonwealth surveyors since then have made an eamination of the sites, but actual ibiiilding operations have been delayed pending the formal de claration by the New South Wales Government of the new areas to be included in the town of Lithgpw, as. the town authorities were unable to arrange for the necessary municipal services until; this was done. The areas have been gazetted by the New South Wales Government, and the ac tual work of-building- will be now pro ceeded with. . The actual cost of erection of the 100 houses, as shown in the publi...
FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE CO. ALHAMBRA THEATRE ENGAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
FULLER'S VAUDEVILLE CQ. | ALKAMBRA THEATRE EN GAGED, i For the Fuller vaudeville season or ' four Bights with which Port Pirio is to be regaled next week, starting an Monday night, the Alhambra Theatre has been engaged. The performers consist of 20 of Fuller's tried slars. capably entertainers. whose merits have been established in, all parts of Australia. The Alhambra Theatre is specially adapted for vaudeville, with its comfortable seating and special ventilating contrivances, and a stage expansive enough to accommodate the biggest acts. The; programs will be widely varied. The company is com ing direct from a successful season at the Majestic Theatre, Adelaide. A iglance at the list: of star acts in our advertising columus will; give amuse ment lovers.an indication of the merits of- the attractions. Changes of pro gram will ; be introduced during the four nights' season. Seats may be reserved for orchestra stalls and dress circle at Mr W. C. Slater's book store. No extra charge i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
LADIES' and. Gents' Cast-off-Wearing Apparel bought in any; quantity. Letters attended to. Mrs Gors/ • near SolomonOown P.O. tc WANTED to Rent, for a term, good House, i, 5 or G rooms, stone pre ferred. Apply Bert Steel, Alexander street. te FRANCIS' MARBLE BAR. ■ . Try our new Soda Fountain Drink, Clean and Pure. Special for To-ilay. CHOCOLATE id. GLASS. CHOCOLATE • AND MILK 6d glass. Note Address.—Ernest J. Fraueia, (opp. Barrier Hole'.) . ; • TEL. 162. ; 7 SEATER STUDEBAKER, B SEATER FORD ~*or HIRE to ANY PART ef the STATE, Available Day or Night. LflVER moron WORKS, 54 Florence St., Port Pirie. ^300000000. HOUSE, LAND, INSURANCE end COMMISSION AGENT. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE. MARKET EVERY SATURDAY. MONEY TO LEND. CHEAP ALLOTMENTS FOH SALE on TIME PAYMENT. - FOR SALE. - CONNI5TON, Faur Booms; Bath and Kitchen, Iron, L&tli and Plaster Irned, good position* almost naw baftdiogy £390. SENATE ROAD, PIRIE TOWN.—G roomed Dwelling, excellent * position. For quick sala, £...
CHILDREN AND HOUSING. (To the Editor of the Recorder.) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
CHILDREN AND HOUSING. (To the Editor of the Recorder.) &lt; i Sir,—Kindly allow hie- to add my little to the greatest curse we have in our midst, "The Housing' Problem." It is high lime the authorities were shaken to the very fpuiiclations on this subject. In my case, I arrived here nearly 12 months ago "with my wife and family, a^d, hurriedly scouring the district, I was extremely lucky in find ing a friend who had an old house he Was going to pull down. However, 1 was able to persuade- him to let me have it as a temporary shelter for my family.' This is nearly 12 months ago, and I have been unable to get better ever since. I have advertised, chased advertisements, and _ followed up all sorts of information, but all in vain. Iir several instances I have been in' time, and the question "Have you any children?" has settled all further; transactions. In other words, if vou have. children you are forbidden shel - I'jr in Pirie. This i? the greatest slur .that can be cast on up ...
PUBLIC INHALATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 14 February 1919
PUBLIC INHALATORIUW. ; f "When the devil was sick, the devil a saint would be, but when the ■devil was well devil, a saint was. lie." The people of Pirie seem to share this little peculiarity with his Satanic Majesty. The isolation of a .case of suspicious pneumonic influenza was followed by a rush to the public in halatorium that taxed that institution to its limits. Now the suspected case, is declared not to be the dreaded disease the inhalers have • dwindled to about a thousand a day. This is unsatisfactory, for if the most favorable readings of the figures are taken they only show 2,500 per sons in Pirie regularly using- the public iuhulatorium, and if to these are added .a probable 1500 that attend the installation at Hie works, a total of 4.000 results. With over 13,000 inhabitants these figures give approxi mately y,000 people who are so in different to their own and other peo ple's health that they will n,ot trouble to adopt so Simple a precaution as 10 minutes inhaling ever...