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Is it Pneumonic? THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC IN MELBOURNE. DR. CUMPSTON CHEERFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

THE SNF5-UEKZA EPIDEMIC 5« 5V1EL80UR?JE. , DR. CU-MPSTON CHEERFUL, Developments to connection with the influenza- epidemic continue to be reassuring, and the authorities now apnear - to be convinced that the sick ness which- is causing alarm in ivlel bourne is not tli e disease which, re sulted in so many deaths and so nnich suffering; in Isew Zealand, tjoutn and -other countries - of the \\ or J a. l»r. rumpstoji 'Din'ctor of ijuarantme; and "Dr. Rohe:ison ; responsible heart oi the Dtpartment in "Vic-; t-nj) both cMi-cabed Hut opinion on Sunday, h.-sed on all the evidence that could be gathered. Dr. Robert son pointed out that a muchmore ser ious outbreak of influenza occurred about the 'middle of last >ear,- but it, ■was regarded as a normal develop ment in tiie hcaltli of the tommumtyj aha no notice' was4, ta&en of it- In the present epidemic, he could see noth ing To distinguish the outbreak-: irom , that of last year. He also pointed out ^ that iiie average number o...

Publication Title: Recorder
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CAUTION IN ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

CAUTION IX ADELAIDE. ADELAIDE. Monday. No further, developments have oc curred in the case of suspected pneu monic influenza at Unley, except that the patient is making good progress. It was reported to-niglrt that recent ly then: was a death from influenza in the Adelaide hospital, but so far as can be ascertained there were no Diieumonic complications. The"victim had been on a visit to Melbourne. As a-precautionary measure the ward where the patient died has been-iso lated, and so have the doctor and the nurse. Notwithstanding ilie outbreak in ■ Melbourne, there is 110 diminution in the railway traffic to Victoria. All the sleeping berths on the outward ex press to-day were occupied. No doubt, the traffic- is affected by the re-as suring messages which have eome^, from Melbourne.

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LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES. SITUATION TO BE DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

LOCAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES. SITUATION TO BE DISCUSSED. Interviewed yesterday on the ques tion of pneumonic influenza, the Mayor (Mr. A. B. Porgan) stated that the holiday had interfered with arrange-, rnents. The health officer (Dr. O. Leltch) was not at home yesterday afternoon. It is the Mayor's intention, however, to see the health officer this morning- with a view to deciding: the steps that, will be taken1 to meet an outbreak in Purt Pirie in view 'of -the situalion in Melbourne. Tile Town, Clerk (Mr E. E. Garrett) was not at'lfis office yesterday, " owing, to the holiday. He stated that he had received no communication from the Mayor on the subject, but ho antici pated that some action woudJ be taken to-day.

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RECLAIMING HALF A MILION. ACRES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

RECLAIMING HALF A MILION. ACRES. During the last four years we have become so acustomed to watching a colosal instrument of destruction that we have almost forgotten construction altogether. One of the most ambit ious schemes of reclaiming ever devis -od is the (Training of the Zuyder Zee in Holland. During the war, "of course, the.work could not actually commence, but a Commission has been engaged in making the necessary preparations. It is calculated that the scheme will reclaim 523,440 acres, and will not interfere materially with; the use of the Zuyder Zee as a means of communi cation. The stress "of wax' and the task of harboring hundreds of thous ands of refugees has brought Holland to a realisation , of her shortage of agricultural lands and has caused the iinal decision lo be made to drain the Z«e, after nearly seventy years of consideration. The engineering pro ject. wil take thirty-three years for its completion.

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BOLSHEVISTS STILL ACTIVE. SPRING CAMPAIGN CONTEMPLATED. (Reuter's Service.) BERGEN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

BOLSHEVISTS STILL ACTIVE. PRING CAMPAIGN CONTEM PLATED. (Router's Service.) BERGEN, Sunday. An Allied officer from Archangel says the Bolshevists arc preparing an offensive .for the spring and are en deavoring to raise an army of two mil lion men, with the intention of over running South Russia. 1 ZURICH, Sunday, j A message from Moscow says the j International Communist Congress de- I cidcd to convoke a congress of a new j revolutionary international,^ and the congress has drafted a program based j on the programs of the. German Spar tacists and Russian Bolshevists, de claring [hat a: proletariat dictatorship must be formed for the expropriation of capitalism, which is only possible by merciless ghling, hence the hour- j geoise must he disarmed an dthe pro letariat armed- ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

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LABOR PARTY IN OPPOSITION. NEW STATUS IN HOUSE OF COMMONS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

LABOR PARTY IN OPPOSITJON. NEW 'STATUS IN HOUSE OF COMMONS. (Reuter's Service.) LONDON, Sunday. Tlic newspapers state that the Speaker has agreed for Labor leaders to occupy the front. Opposition bench in the House of Commons.

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WARNING AGAINST TERRITORY GRABBING. (United Gable Service.) PARIS, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

WARNING AGfliNST TERRITORY GRABBING. (United Gable Service.) PiA-RIS, Sunday. The ''Petit Parisien'' states that the Conference warning- against forcible seizure of territory concerns disputes to which the following1 are parties: Czeeho-Slovaks,' Poles, Hungarians, Serbians, Croats, Slovenes, Rumanians, [Ukrainians, Italians, Greeks and Ger jnan-Austrians.

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Marmora Conferenc ApProved HOPEFUL BOLSHEVIST PRONOUNCEMENT. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

HOPEFUL BOLSHEVIST PRO NOUNCEMENT. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Sunday. xne . bnush press - generally ap proves of the decision of the Peace Conference regarding Russia. The "Star" says the invitation breathes the true spirit of freedom and de- i inocracy. . i The "Westminster Gazette" declares j the Conference has taken a courageous course; The "Pall Mall Gazette" states it is a sound and adroit policy, putting M. Lenin's and M.. Trotsky's real intend tions to the proof. i The "Standard" says jf the plan - fai's, the ground is cleared for advo cates of a policy of force; (Published in The Tirn^s.) PARIS, Sunday. The press continue to express grave misgivings regarding the decision on Russia. M. Sazanoff has informed the "Echo de Paris" that he refuses to go to Prince's Island. He thinks the Omsk ad Ekatrinodar Governments j will also refuse to send delegates. The attitude of the. Bolshevists is uncer tain.' LOXilON, Sunday. "The Times" correspondent at Hel singfors says reports ...

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IRISH SITUATION EASIER MODIFIED HOME RULE SUGGESTED. (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

IRISH SljOATION EASIER MODIFIED HOME RULE SUGGESTED, j (United Cable Service.) LONDON, Sunday. | The Dublin correspondent of the ^Manchester Guardian" says the Sinn Fein leaders .utterly repudiate out rage's such as the Tipperary murder. It is authoritatively stated that despite the tension crime did not appreciably increase in Ireland in 1918. Many members of the Sinn Fein ad mit that they are prepared to accept reasonable home rule instead of a republic. The Sinn Fein Parliament is largely Bourgeoise. The Speaker is a commercial traveller, and other members are shopkeepers, farmers, commercial men, and journalists. Mr. -De Valera sent a message from gaol urging moderation, and the avoidance of anything likely to cause reprisals. The "Daily News" correspondent at Dublin says Signer Corretti, a repre sentative of the Vatican, now in the United States, visited Ireland some weeks ago. enquiring into the eccles iastieal-political situation. Aii Irish Centre Party was formed yesterday w...

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A.B.C. OF PREVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

A.B.C. OF PREVENTION. The Central Board of Health has is sued the following' simple rules re garding precautions against the dis ease : 1. Influenza, in some epidemics is a rapidiy-'spreading and dangerous dis ease, with an alarming death rate, se vere complications, and ' troublesome consequences. It attacks people of every class and age, aud has proved very dangerous in the case of old peo ple. 2. The present epidemic has been so destructive elsewhere that it is very difficult to say what sacrifices can be considered unreasonable on the part of any individual or any community if there is thereby a probability of Iceep ! ing tlie disease, out ~?6t the Common wealth or the State. . 3. The disease is spread by actual contact with, or by the secretions of, persons who are sick, or who, though i not sick, are "influenza carriers"; and | it is usualiy caught in overheated and j badly ventilated rooms, places of : amusement, schools, churches, factor ies, railway carriages and tramcars. ...

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LATE SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

LATE SHIPPING. A iooK-out was kept yesterday I>y the harbor officials for the Cape Ortegal and the Highland Monarch, which were expected to come up the channel. The Ortegal was due on ■ Saturday. |

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BERNE LABOR CONFERENCE OPENED. (Published in The Times.) LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

BERNE LABOR CONFERENCE OPENED. (Published in The Times.) LONDON. Suiiday. .Messrs Henderson, Macdonald and Snowden arrived in Paris on.Friday en i»ule to Berne, where the Internation al Labor Conference was opened on Saturday. The programme covers a wide range of many interesting pro posals, including the creation of an international socialist control board. The Bulgarian delegates are asking labor support for the creation of fede rated Balkan States. The American delegates ask for au international sea men's conference to terminate the con tract system whereby seamen are bound to perform an outward and homeward volage on the same ship.

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Future of Pacific Islands Mr. Hughes Makes a Claim Support from President Wilson LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

of LONDON,- Sunday. | The United service correspondent i writes :—-• 'i, | Mr. W. M. Hughes's large iri&p of the Pacific was one of the-featui'fes on Saturday of his adyocacy of theieblon ial claims of the DominionslffiThe map was specially prepared in London. I understand Mr. Hughes said,,nothing which could hurt ...the-feelings of the Japanese. The attitude of Australia will doubtless depend upon the decis ion of-the Federal Cabinet in Mel bourne, but the missionlodged an earn est claim for annexation of the former German : possessions south of the Equator and at least the neutralisation j of those north of the Equator. { '■At the American - headquarters jL gathered the following clear unques tionable facts concerning the attitude; of America. President Wilson1 is in favor of the neutralisation of all the es:-German possessions in the. Pacific under a British mandate, vvhich'Uie .Js willing should be transferred to Aus tralia. He does not wish to see Japan astride the Paci...

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PORT PIRIE DEFEAT JAMESTOWN. AN INTERESTING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

■ / POUT PliUE DEFEAT JAMESTOWN. AN INTERESTING GAME. j The return match between the above clubs was played on the Recrea tion Ground on Monday. Campbell won the toss and elected .to bat. Mit | chell and Birreli opened to Lee and ! Measday, With the score at 28, Bir rell skied Lee and Wilkinson accepted the chance (1—9—28). H. Eflle-k joined his elubmate and the score was carried to 55, when Mitchell hit Meas day to point, and McGuire effected, the ruti-li 2—85—55). High man joined Eriir!;, but. with the score at 68, Ef ik-k was smartly caught by Lec in the slips off Measday (3—14—08). High • man was joined by Wisdom, but- the j former was the first- to go, as, in at j tempting to lift- Measday, he mis-hit j the ball, and Xaismith effected the catch (4—10—79). Campbell was I "yorked" by Measday without- scor ing (5—0—79). Pimlott. was next j and hit up i, when he hit Lee to Nai smith, and retired (6—4—8 4;. Gib sou joined Wisdom, and lite best part nership of the innings ensued. Gib...

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SENSATIONAL CRICKET. VICTORIA PRODUCES A DEADLY BOWLER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

SEPiSATiOKflJ. CRICKET. VICTORIA PRODUCES A DEADLY j BOWLER. Tlie first day of the interstate. crick et match,---. Victoria -v/.. New South Wales, on Saturday proved surprising to the onlookers, as well as to the players. A crowd of about 10,000 gathered to witness the contest, anvi had. their curiosity fully satisfied. The first surprise was. when the Victorian team was disposed of lor 125, and the next was the collapse of the New South Wales batsmen for 86. Mc Donald's bowling average of 8 wickets for 42 showed how deadly he was. The local experts1: opinion of his bowling is that he is not particularly fast—not fast as we knew Cotter and Jones-—nor does his pace, equal Scott's, of New South Wales, but that he is a great bowior. He "nips" very smartly from the pitch, and the halt swings away, so getting the unfortu nate batsman into trouble. * The lidding throughout the day'* play was Of a very Iijgli order. l'lal-t. cliffe was .a deadly wicket keeper. He caught two and stumped two...

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

WILf.iAMSTOWX HACKS. MELBOURNE, Monday. i w races were held lo-day itt fine weal'iev. Results:— LAVERTON HURDLES. Two Miles. Le Mattan. 12.1 ............ J Nielcajaol;. J 0.10 . . ... - Surtrillo, '■> BcitiiTr. -J In i again.si the winner. MAIDEN PLATE. Six Furlongs. JloorongV 8.9 - - •• •• '1 Parcendy. ii.2 "2 Problem, 7.U .. .. .. .. .. ... o Betting. to t agaimsi . llu- winner. JUVENILE HANDICAP. 5i Furlongs. Whfzzban-.:, 8.3 .. . . .. .. .. 1 Royal- Gcrncdy, 7.10 i Arrasene, S.Ji .. .. .. .. .. 3 Belting, r> to against Mm winner. FOUNDATION DAY GUP. On<; iiii!« and three furlongs. Marculfus, 8.2 J Picnaii, .7.1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. i Bet-ting-. 7 to 1 against the winner. FLYING HANDICAP. Six Furlongs. Nalos, 6.7 .... .. ...... .... 1 Molly Malt. 7.7 .. .. .. .. .. :> Antenor, 7 .5 .... .. .. . . . . " Betting. (> fo I against the winner. NEWPORT WELTER. Seven Furlongs. Speedy Gien, 7.0 1 •"Waymea, 8.5 .... .. .. .. .... 2. Kilflinn, 8.12 .. .. . . .. . . ....

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A POULTRY PROFITEER. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

A POULTRY -PROFITEER. J Food Controller Hoover toict at a nieatless-wbcatless banquet a story about a poultry profiteer. lady en tered his* shop," said Mr Hoover, "and asked the price of; chicken." 'Them birds in the. winder!'.said the profiteer. ' 'Wall, they're very fine quality stock.: I can't let • 'em go, -for less' than 04 cents, a ib.' 'Indeed,' said the lady. 'Did you raise them yourself?' '.Yep.' said the profiteer absently. 'They were 70 cents yesterday.'"

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NAVAL INDUSTRIAL EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

ft'AVAL INDUSTRIAL. EXPERT. During the latter end of last year the Navy Department invited applica tions for'the position of industrial ex pert in accordance with the reeom mendation of the royal commission. Is. was suggested, however, by the. Min ister of Defence that the two depart ments might, share the one officer, and after carefully considering- the matte] the Acting' Minister for the Navy has [ announced that he had decided to give the proposal a trial. Accordingly Mr, A. E. Hutchison, who at present takes charge of industrial matters for the. Defence Department, will act also as industrial expert for the Navy depart ment. Suitable clerical 1 arrangements will be, made in each department to facilitate the easy working of the scheme. Mr. Hutchison will be grant ed an allowance by the Navy "Depart ment, but it is hoped ' that economy will result to the Government, inas much as the creation of another salar ied office will be avoided for the pre sent. It is expected that good wi...

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STRANGE SIGNALS. VOICES FROM THE STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 28 January 1919

j STRANGE SIGNALS. j . VOICES FROM THE STARS. Arc ether waves eternalDo they offer the means of communication be tween the earth and the other; plan ets—the stars? Will the inhabitants of earth ever be able to communicate with, say, the reputed inhabitants of Mars? Is it possible that the inhabi tants of souk* of these 'distant planets that shine as stars in the night are of superior scientific attainment to our selves, and an: even now, and for generations perhaps have been, fruit lessly endeavoring to get into com munication, by means of ether waves, with the benighted inhabitants of poor, warring earth? These and like startling thoughts naturally arise out of the publication of a message in which it was stated that the. eminent experimentalist and prac tical scientist Marconi declared, in the course of an interview with a repre sentative of the "Daily Chronicle," that ether waves were eternal: that some of his messages" sent out ten ! years ago wcre^still travelling towards ! the...

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