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INHALATION PROCESS. A SOLDIER'S TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
INHALATION PROCESS. A SOLDIER'S TESTIMONY. Major J. H. Berriman. who recently returned from; the front after three years, and a half service as a pilot in the Royal. Flying- Corps, has strongly recommended the authorities at Balla rat to use the system of inhalation ad opted on board transports for fighting ! pneumonic influenza.. Major Berriman i returned to Australia by the Orontes, j and a clean bill was granted at each p,ort called at, this being due, he states, to the use of the inhaler. The pi'ocess is a simple one. A steam pipe is connected " .with sprays, and by means of a pressure of 50 lb. to the square inch the formalin which comes through the sprays is vaporised and forced nto the lungs/ destroying any germs which/might be in existence. When any person is found to be show ing abnormal temperatures, he and those with whom lie has been in con tact are • subjected to inhalation. As far as\Major Berriman knows the system has never been known to fail. It is the Italian method...
ADELAIDE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
ADELAIDE SHARE -MARKET. Messrs Blight Broa. supply the fol lowing noonday quotations from the Adelaide Stock Exchange on Satur day: ./v-",v v Broken Hill, b 58/6, s 58/9. . British, old, sales 37/, , British, new, b 32/6. s 33/6. ' Junction Con., b'4/3, s 4/4. Junction (paid), b 5/11, s 0/2. "Junction North, b12/2, s 12/6. Norths, b 53/3, s 54/. . South, b 51>/3, s 51/6. Wallaroo, b 39/6, s 40/. Edna May, b 11/1, s 12/. Edna May Centrals, b 15/, s 15/6. Edna May Cohsol, cons., b 11/1, s 11/3. v /r. Edna Hay Deeps, b 13/10, s 14/2. Great Boulder, sales 10/7. ~ liarhroa, b 3/SJ, s }/. ftiverhws, b M., s Ski. - jjin&lt;j Corp. (ord.), b 24/3, s 24/6.
INFLUENZA IN ADELAIDE. DISEASE SUBSIDING. MELBOURNE NO WORSE. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
INFLUENZA IN ADELAIDE. DISEASE SUBSIDING. MELBOURNE NO WORSE. ADELAIDE, Sunday. That the influenza outbreak did hoi actually''get a grip on South Australia is shown by the fact that the epidemic is . rapidly diminishing. ; l'roin indica tions of the.past few days it is reas onable to hope that shortly the State I will : again be officially declared "clean." '. • , , No additional patients have been ad mitted which makes the ninth day on which no fresh cases of influenza have been reported in South Australia. The latest bulletin from the Ex hibition Isolation Hospital shows that' twenty patients were released on Sat urday morning, and that there are now only nineteen remaining in the institu tion. : Of the latter ten are reported io be convalescent, six mild, and three "queried." The Premier (Mr. A. H. Peake) re cently telegraphed to New South Wales asking if lie could do anything to assist New South Wales citizens who may be stranded in South Australia to get to Sydney. Mr. Holman, ...
Y M.C.A. PROGRESSIVE PROGRAM DISCUSSED. CARE OF SAILORS AND SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
YM.C.A. PROGRESSIVE PROGRAM DISCUSSED. OF SAILORS AND SOLDIERS. The regular meeting of the Y.M.C.A. board of directors was held at the Association rooms, Gertrude street, on Friday. 'There -were present: Messrs. II. A. Chester (Acting President), E. H. Green, E. E. Garrett, T; R. Taylor, II. Brock, \V. Gibson, H. T. La wry, A. E. Mudge, Chas. "Whittard, Rev. T. D. Webb, Rev. Hew F. Severn, and J. : W. Buruard, general secretary. An apology was received from Rev. E. Miiier. The meeting had a formidable agenda paper placet! before it, and not withstanding the severe weather the business was expedited. : • ~ : The action of .the sub-committee, specially appointed to offer the ball "for use as an isolation hospital was approved. Ail the machinery is now in order for a speedy transfer. This fact made it impossible to deal with sev eral important items of expansive work. V; -- Accounts were passed for payment and the financial position was review ed. V "C>' - Membership showed a slight...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
WEAR ft MASK an&lt;$ take DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. The Public are warned to "take no chances with the influenza .epidemic which has made its appearance In Australia, and to take external and in ternal precautions. The first essen tials of these are cleanliness outside and in. Wearing- a mask' reduces the chances of infection. Take Dr.Morse's Indian Root Pills freely-^nothing bet ter could he had at any price in sin emergency of this kind. If an attack of the real influenza develops, send fo.r the doctor and go straight to bed. Don t ti j. to tight it. If ^ou have aft attack ot the real influenza your, di gestion will be a wreck, your heAd, legs and back will ache, yquc hearl action may be affected, and you vwlt have ft temperature. ' T^ese conditions need the '.attention of a skilled medi cal attendant. It stancls every member of the com ■ihunity. in hand to sq jqok after their geneVal health to prevept if possible becqrying lirfegtgd" this deadly genii, and to accompl...
BREEZY ADMONITION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
BREEZY ADMONITION. ■Here is a brisk admonition which appeared a few days ago in a Sydney journal:— "Are you such an ass that you wouldn't get" under * shelter to keep tlie rain out of your neck? Are you such an ass that you woukln's put your mouth under shelter to keep the Black Death out of it? Wear a mask II" you have any sense, wear a mask. If you have any thought for your fellow-creatures, wear a mask. / Unless you want to kill babies and their mothers, wear a mask. And for Heaven's sake wear a-clean one, if such a fellow as you lias en ough civic pride to make him wash himself. Unmasked friend, you are not a hero, net a brave rebel, not a proudly-inde pendent individual. You are a public danger You are an enemy of society You are a Bolshevik . - You are a Hun. Above all,, you. are an ass.
PENSION CLAIMS INCREASING. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
PENSION eL,&lt;lliM3 INCREASING. i (Published in The- Times.) I LONDON", Saturday. In the House of Commons, in' the course of the war pensions debate, Colonel Craig, on behalf of tho Oov eaXm.ent, mentioned that the pension claims are increasing by nearly £20,000 weekly. The. expenditure for 1019 will be approximately;. £50,000, 000, * • » ' * " " 11
PNEUMONIC INFLUENZA PIRIE REMAINS CLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
PIRIE RESHAJMS CLEAN. Dr. O. Leitcli, in his dual capacity of local heal tli officer and quarantine officer, reports that no clise of- pneu monic influenza in Port Pirie has come under his notice.- On Saturday and yesterday he made a close inspection of the officers and crews of the ves sels entering the port, and found ev erything ; in a satisfactory state; As an additional precaution against rats and disease the vessels arriving; here are being carefully fumigated; - It lias been remarked that the holds of the ships are remarkably tidy, as a rule., and the rats are kept well in hand. There is no fresh development in the town. The local board of health has "received no word of the free, vaccine • promised by the Premier for free ino culation, though many people are de sirous of being inoculated. It is an ticipated that tonight the local board will devise means to ascertain the whereabouts of the free vaccine.
WAR TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
WAR. TROPHIES. Some interesting war trophies are on view in Mr. Sweelland's shop win dow in Ellen street. They were taken from a German major By the late Lance Corporal Weathers, V.G., whose brother is in the railway serviceat Port Pirio,; Tile trophies include an iron cross of the first degree, with j ribbon attached, shoulder strap, ami | German notes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
FRIDAY Assam Pure Silk Coats - • Worth GO/. While tliey last ,, &lt;&lt; v. 45s NO SHOPS. A Very Large Range of > A Very Large Rrange of SMART SKIRTS— Voile, Gabepden, Crepe De Chene, Parm Beach Cloth, We are not here to-day and gone to-morrow. We have COME to STAY. Special lor Friday; 10 Only, while they Last., CREPE DE "CHENE BLOUSES, • . 16s 6ti ■ ■ o—— You will miss something Good if you do not see our SILK SPORTS JGO-ATS. DelFs Blouse Room GROUND FLQCkR, fl.M.P. BUitDINQS, NORMAN STB F ET/. P tfBT . PIRIE. ^ ^ miw
Mail Time OUTWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
Mail Time OUTWARD. The closing limes of Mails despatch ed from Port Pirie for the undermen tioned places are: Terowie Railway, 6.10 a.m., daily. Gladstone, 6.10 a.m. daily. Peterborough, 6.10 a.m. daily. Adelaide, 9.15 a.m. daily. Warnertowiiv 9.15 a.m. djaily. Crystal Brook; 9:15 a.m. daily. GU* .".stone, 9.15 a.m. daily. Gladstone Railway^ 9.15 a.m. daily. Port Pirie West,.9.30 a.m. daily. -. Adelaide, 4.50 p.m. daily. Peterborough, 4.50 p.m. daily. Broken Hill, 4.50 p.m. daily. - Ilaniley Bridge, 4.50 p.m. dally. | Port PirieWest, -5.50 p.m. daily. I. Port Germein, 4.50 p.m., Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, - Fridays; 5.15 p.m. Saturdays and Wednesdays. Telewie Greek, 4.50 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays; Thursdays and Fridays; 5.15 p.m. Saturdays and Wednesdays. Mr Carmfchaei (private bag), 4.50 p.m. Mondays,/- Tuesdays,: Thursdays and Fridays; 5.15 p.m. Saturdays and Wednesdays. Broad Creek,- 4.50 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Nelshaby, 4.50 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Wil...
German Officer Hides LIVES IN PAPUAN BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
German Officer Bides LIVES IN PAPUAN BUSH. When war was declared in August., 1914, the first Naval and Expedition ary Force of Australia, was hurriedly raised" and despatched to German New .Guinea, with the twofold object of occupying German.territory and'taking prisoners. ' * ' : ■ • It is history now that the resistance this force met-with was the negligible The country was occupied, and of the prisoners only two had commissions in the German army, and in common with the others, taken are now-interned in Australia. ?.c, But that force and* all the reinforce ments since missed one man, Haupt mann (Captain) Konrad Detzler, who arrived in Sydney by the Melusia a week ago. .• Thee months prior to the outbreak of war Detzler was in Sydney. He went to Rabaul. He was in the German Engineers^ and in August, 1914, was engaged in surveying the boundary line between German New Guinea and British Papua in the Morobe "district. Amongst the Cannibals. AVhen hostilities commenced Detzler I escap...
Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
Z2J : 3 Shipping High Water: To-day at 8.42 a.m. and D.19 p.in. The War Tiger came up the river on Saturday morning and berthed at the Federal wharf. She will take in a cargo of concentrates for stiffening, and will proceed to Sydney to load woo!. - The Cfjlonne (Captain Teifer) from "Cardiff via Durban, which came up -the river on Saturday- afternoon will load-lead, and-then proceed to Eastern ports. The Auchinish. after discharging her cargo, of coal at the Barrier .wharf, -proceeded-;:to Hummocky on Saturday morning. She will take on board a cargo of iron ore. for Newcastle (N.S.W.). . - The whereabouts of the steamer Devon City is now definitely staled, i On last advices she was still in Sydney, i but will come on to Port Pine at a l later date. CHALLISTElt BREAKS AWAY, During. Saturday afternoon's gale the s.s. Cluillister caused a slight sen-# s;tlion in the harbor. The strain fn>i of all caused the lines forward to give way, and an anchor was dropped. The stern lines then ...
INFECTIOUS DISEASES BLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
INFECTIOUS '"DISEASES BLOCK. Tenders arc invited by the Depart ment of Works and Buildings for the construction of the infectious^ diseases block in connection with the Port Pirie hospital. Tenders are returnable by '•March 5, and must be accompanied by a deposit of £*25. The lime required for the completion of th&lt;* work must be stated.
CHEAP FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 17 February 1919
CHEAP FISH. There was_a iishy m'r about Pine on Saturday morning. Nearly every second person who appeared to lie homeward hound in the vicinity of tlie Barrier Hotel, was carrying a-f&ur or live pound sehnapper. A fishing boat had arrived from the Gulf \v,i*(l'. a bumper catch, and Pirie iish-lcvers gathered on the scene and purchased eagerly at 6d a lb.- Good tish thus be came cheaper than meat. i Judging by the demand on Satur day the fishermen have a good market here at payable rates and with proliiiic grounds fairly adjacent, there is no reason why a regular and lucrative business should not be built up. For: various reasons lisli does not lilt the ■important, place on -''Australian tables that it should. Port Pirie seems in a fortunate position in this respect. A few years ago sehnapper was available in Melbourne - and Sydney at certain seasons of the year at about 6d a lb. At the present time supplies cannot be found at less . than about 1/3. The reason for the increas...