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DOCTORS VICTORY OVER DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

DOCTORS; YfCTOKY OYKH DEATH. - liie following tijrures give some idea of Lhe extent to whir!) medical science is conquering fatal sickness in war. In 11)0 South African War only one man .lied of wounds in every live or so who died from disease. !n the Kusso-.Tap anese War there were two deaths from wounds to'one from disease. The, figures in the Auslraiian units in this war show that 100 men died of wounds Tor eael) one who dies from one of the many illnesses developed by trench warfare and all the other enemies of the doctor. The figures are the more remarkable when it is remembered I hat the'deaths from wounds are now a very smalt proportion of the total wounded.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SYDNEY RACES CANCELLED. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

SYDNEY RACES CANCELLED. j SYDNEY, Sunday. All Sydney race meeting's were pro hibited by the Government in conso-. yuencc of the iftlluenza epidemic. !

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A REAL "LUCKY-BONE." [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

A REAL •'LUCKY-BONG." One ol' (he most precious possess ions of an officer in England and one. which excited much curiosity during a recent short leave, is an ordinary wishbone which he had mounted in go id and carries about with him. as a mascot, it bavin? already, he avers, once saved his life. II appears that while near the front line in France he was enjoying a rare meal of doubtful chicken with a cou ple of brother officers, and was jiist, about to try conclusions witii the wish bone with his opposite comrade when it slipped from vhis plate and dropped under the heavy oak table the three hud managed to secure from a ruined farmhouse for their barn billet. No sooner had the Birmingham man got under the table to grope for the bone Mum the. barn was reduced to de-" bris by a couple of direct hits from enemy aeroplanes. The other two oHicrs were killed outright, but the stout table saved the third from any material injury. The wishbone was firmly clasped in his right hand when he w...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CRICKET. CLARE FACES. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

CRICKET. CLARE F.4CES. The following are the acceptances for Glare races, to be held next Wed nesday. ! H'.VNDICAP HURDLE RACE. , About two miles. Andy Donald .. .... .... .. It 0 Pinballic . . ...... . . . . 10 11 Rytol .. . . . 10 7 Grace Watson 10 > . The Caller •. . . . 10 3 Mount Miltsin .... . . .. . - 10 2 Paddilli . . .. .... . 9 12 Epsom Rose .. 9 12 Lord Oliver . . .. .. ... 9 10 First Day ..... . .... ... 9 • 6 Disputant- .. .. .. .. .. .. 9 5 Merdie .. .. .. .. .. .— 9 2 Bay Trent .. . . . . .. .. 9 2 Bonnie Flag 0 0 itflnthead .... 9 0 Dardanelle . . . . .. .. .. .. 9 0 Jolly Dielc .; .. . . . .... 9 0 STANLEY TRIALS. j Weight for age.. About 55 . furlongs. Zenobian .. . . .. ; •. .. .. 8 C> Third Pilgrim ........ .. 8 <5 Lord Varcu ....... .... . 8 (V Jied Colors ............ 8 0 Miss Point .. v. .. .. 8 6 French Leaf . .... .... .. 8 G Comply . . .. . . .. .. .. .. .7 13 Glen Colling .. .... .. .. ..0 G CLARE HANDICAP. iVbout 1£ miles and 50 yards. Ba...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SATURDAY'S MATCHES SMELTER "A" v Y.M.C.A. FINE BATTING BY MITCHELL, LER AND GARRETT. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

SATURDAY'S MATCHES SMELTER' "A" v Y.M.G.A. FINE BATTING BY MITCHELL, LER AND GARRETT. Tin- lieut on Saturday was anything but pleasant for cricket, being- the hottest. Saturday experienced for the last, couple of years. To add lo the unpleasantness, not a breath of air prevailed right through the afternoon: the bo\vlt'i\s especially, after a couple of overs, showed signs of fatigue. Y.M.C.A. had tirst use of Ibe wickels, Mitchell and(Jarrelf opening lo Gard iner and King. .Mitchell qui.ckly got inin his stride and this hard-bil ling batsman showed no mercy io wards the. bowlers, and quickly ral lied up 50, when he polled one hack In Coutls. and retired,' 1—50—<17. Severn joined Garrett, and looked like making a score, when Brown tempted him In a big hit. which lie missed, and his bails were misplaced. 2—10—88. Miller joined Garrett, who had boon batting steadily, and these two. by good ail-round play, carried the score to 119, when Garrett, after making 40, retired. His i...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. W. E. HAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

FAREWELL TO i¥!R. AMD MRS. W. E. HAB3P. Mr. W. E. Hamp. during his resid ence in Port, Pi vie. interested himself in tlm Young Men's Association, and in the activities of the Young; Men's Christian Association, of which he was the first president. In recognition of his work on behalf of thai organisa tion, sixty members met in the. Y.M. C.A, rooms on Friday night, to hid him '"God speed." on the eve of his permanent removal- 1o Adelaide. Mr. H. A. Chester'. .T.P., presided. The chairman said Mr. Hamp's de parture would he a distinct loss to the. Association. His experience of their guest was that he was a kind friend and a Christian gentleman. Mr. Miller said the board of direct ors very much regretted Mr. Hamp's departure.' Rev.' Flew F. Severn, Cr. T. It. Taylor, Captain Woolnongh. Messrs. Simpson. Mudge, Green ami Palmer spoke euiogistically of Mr. Hamp's qualities as a citizen and a friend. Mr. Iiamp said he had- hecu credited with much that Mrs. Hamp had .done for the boys and ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

LOC.4L BOARD OF HEALTH. FREE INOCULATION At the DRILL HALL. Alexander street, the PUBLIC will be INOCULA TED FREE of CHARGE when the af-» rangements for same arc complete. ASSISTANTS. Mule and' Female, arc WANTED fur this work. Those who have had experience in (lie work of inoculation are wanted ""and those who have n«*t h.«i experience can as sist also in part of the duties. Names can bo loft, with secretary, chairman, or member of the Board. ERNEST E. GARRETT, Secretary L.B.il. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. The INHALATORIUM. erected on the Parklands, at the corner of Gert rude and Alexander streets, is now READY for OPERATION, and will COMMENCE at o'clock THIS MORN ING, and-will continue DAILY during the following- hours: Men, and Boys over 1*2, will lie dealt with from S lo 10 a.m.. 12 to 2 p.m., and i to 6 p.m. Women, and Girls and Children un der 12. will be' treated from 10 to 12 a.m. and 2 to \ p.m. The Public will he treated FREE, and admitted into the building in 1 batches of 25 e...

Publication Title: Recorder
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COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

COOKERY DEMONSTRATION. I' Miss If. J. Hotel's is eondueUnt.- a 'scries of cookery deinonslralions ;il tin; Congregational Church Hall lo ex plain the correct method of I'.sin,^ An chor self-raising; 1Iour and other goods packed under this brand. Ail invit;i lion is extended to all housewives lo see these demonstrations, which com mence daily ;it half-past two. After noon lea wili he "provided. There will he no charge for admission.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Inoculation and Masks RECOMMENDED BY DR. LEITCH. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

RECOMMENDED'BY DR. LEiTCH. Opinions expressed by Dr. Ramsay .Smith, chairman of the Central Board of Health, questioning the value of inoculation raise questions as to-whe ther the Government should not take steps to secure a revision of the pol icy of the Central Board of Health to bring it into line with the overwhelm ing- weight of medical opinion. Vac cination for any-forms of diseases lias always. had its opponents, who were generally found among laymen. Medi cal men, with comparatively few ex ceptions, are in favor ol" it. The ex S periences of the Australian States, in this respect, are worth noting, be cause of the proof given of the value of vaccination. A few years ago. when there was a visitation of small pox New South Wales, which ' had not made vaccination compulsory, suffered more severely than Victoria, whore vaccination had been compulsory for many years. EXPERTS FAVOR INOCULATION. ; Dr. Ramsay Smith, says in effect, that inoculation is of no use. In fact, he asserts...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

Tie talis) |s THE MOST MODERN HOTEL U? THE NORTH. FIRST CLASS TA2LES. OnSy the Bast of U?inos end Spiral Kept. Toys. Toys You will find TAYLOR'S to be Uie CHEAPEST PLACE in PIRIE for TOYS This Is not bluff, but a Genuine Clearing Out of Toys at T. It TAYLOR NEWS AGENCY, '■ Mlea Street, Ps?rt Pirls, « Successors to W. E, Mamp^-Elien Street The Stores will be CLOSED from Friday t@ Wedpesday Inclusive, Wait ior the Great Sale that will Shake Poi*t 3?irie to its Foundations • It will Pay you to Wait ftrfriTffTrr^**' "aiTirWfSiynai MBwaaansa MiiiTamiirBiiaBMflMeii'irirnir'iTaigMwattgaiM ■ DO NOT LET YOUR THOUGHTS DWELL TOO MUCH ON THAT GREAT SCOURGE. BUT GIVE A THOUGHT . TO THE THAT IS NOW IN ALL ITS GLORY. THE SUCCESS OF THE OPENING WEEK. MAKES US FEEL CONFIDENT THAT OUJl PRICES ARE THE LOWEST IN THE TOWN.: THERE ARE VERY SPEICIAL BARGAINS TO BE HAD IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. TO-DAY WE QUOTE FROM TWO ONLY: FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. Are now showing- a line range of Grass Mats, and Squares in all s...

Publication Title: Recorder
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MASKS IN THE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

MASKS IN THE BANK. Last Friday the Commonwealth Bank, Adelaide, presented an appear ance quite out of keeping- with its usual air of decorum. Tile .astonished [customers say a scene that, could have been easily screened as a "Ku-Klux" vaid oil the hank. 0id, middle-aged and young: men llitted about wearing masks that concealed their faces with the exception of the eyes. This sinis >>r appearance was the result, of an in struction from the head ottice that the employes must wear masks for their own protection as well as for the.pro tection of ihe customers.

Publication Title: Recorder
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Sporting TATTERSALL'S RACES. ST. LEOCADIA WINS DOUBLE. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

TATTERSALL'S RACES. ST. LEO CADI A WINS DOUBLE. ADELAIDE, Sunday. TaUersiUPs raccs were held vester aay at Victoria Park. Results • ' WELTER HANDICAP St. Leocadia. 7.ii iBradvv ' { Ptami, 9.6 (Herbert) \ ■■■.. ,2 Sunder, 9.0 (Campbell) . 3 Kingbier. 10,3; Thorngate* "o.io; Isle of Skye, 9.9; Colchis, 9.2; Mode ration, 8.13; Loiigaere, S.10; .Likely, 8-7; Wattle Day, 8.7; Killarney Rose, 8.4; Money Spider, 8.2; Telegoriy, 7.13; Maldon King, 7.12; Sir Marco. 7.12; Battle Wood, 7.12; Joyship, 7.11; Bonnie Bobadil; 7.10; Bilberry. 7.10: Staithaird, 7.7: Etliel M„ 7.7; Earlsmere, 7.7; Miss Restful. 7.'7, also started. Won by a length, neck between sec ond and third. Time. 1.27. . Dividends (for £1) : £5/0/ and £2' HANDICAP HURDLES. ■Moi'nt Milisin. 0.8 '.(McCornish) . t Rytol, 9.10 {Langcake) .. 2! Williup, 9.11 (Hale) .. .. .. .. 3: Ferrignile. 11.5: JIamako, 11.0; Andy Donald. 10.5: Adnolla King-, 9.4: The Gaiffcr, 9,4; Lord Oliver, 9.2: Ark tos,- 9.0; Robervale, 9.0; Disputant, 9.0: H...

Publication Title: Recorder
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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INFLUENZA ON A TRANSPORT. (To the Editor of The Recorder.) [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

INFLUENZA ON A TRANSPORT, i f'o the Editm* of The Recorder.) —I'erhaps a little information on how inlluenza was fought successfully on the transport Boonah mi id it he in tereslins. The Boonah was the last transport, to leave this State. She car ried about 1000 men. As the armistice was declared prior to her arrival at Durban, she was brought hack from that porf. In spite of (lie most stringent pre cautions, inlluenza broke out among' the troops, anil in a brief time there kvere S00 cases. Isolation was impos sible, as the hospital accommodation was hopelessly inadequate. In view of the conditions under which", the outbreak was fought; the death rate of 4 per cent, reflects credit on the medical officer in charge. He told me that an efficient method of evading- contagion was the spraying of tile throat and. nose every four hours with a mild antiseptic solution. The necessity for the frequent sprayings arose from the fact that the bacilli, after lodging in the mucous membx-ane lie d...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Crystal Brook Precautions YEAST TREATMENT SUGGESTED. TWO ARRIVALS ISOLATED. CRYSTAL BROOK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

Crystal Brook Precautions YEAST TREATMENT SUGGESTED. TWO ARRIVALS ISOLATED. CRYSTAL BROOK, Saturday. A meeting of the local board of health was held on Friday: present: .Mr. Geo. Davidson (chairman), .Mr. R. Townsend (secretary), Dr. Sinclair, (health officer), and Messrs W. Gale, W. Morrish. A. McDonald, and J. For gan. The chairman explained that the meeting' had, been called to consider what steps should be taken in the event of an outbreak of pneumonic influenza. , Dr. Sinclair said the disease was very infectious, and the efforts, how ever stringent, had so far failed to combat it. -Fresh air and sanitary con ditions were essential. He didn't favor promiscuous inoculation. It was a hit in the dark, and was rarely benefic ial. it was a means of allaying panic and led people to think they were pro ; tecled, thereby causing th.em to neg lect the ordinary, precautions. He favored the administration of ordinary yeast. The septic process could not develop with yeast in the biood. It,...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Adelaide Moves SPECIAL HOSPITAL ESTABLISHED. CALL TOR VOLUNTARY WORKERS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

Adelaide Moves SPECIAL HOSPITAL ESTABLISHED. CALL TOR VOLUNTARY WORKERS. ADELAIDE, Sunday. Five fresh cases were reported on Saturday, including Dr. -J. W. Brown, physician, al the infectious diseases block. The week's prgress total is:— By Monday .. .. .. 1'i cases Tuesday .... . "20 Wednesday ... -><i Thursday . . .. :50 Friday 40 Saturday . . . . i5 11 was learnt from the t'.mitral Board of Health to-day (hat Dr. Straugban's special report regal-dins' the exact nature of the epidemic has not yet been received by (he chair man (Dr. Ramsay Smith). The following was issued this morn ing:— "The Central Board of Health will now engage or gratefully ac cept voluntary aid of a temporary, intermittent, or continual sort from motor drivers, especially with am bulance experience, cooks (male or female). ward attendants, male or female trained nurses, and handy men or women to assist in various ways in a large hospital or in giving aid to the sick and their families at home." ...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. Isolation Camp Arrangements have been made with jthe B.H.A.S. Co. for the loan of 20 tents, and to-day a start will be made with the erection of portion of the Camp. The following- are some of the requirements for the Camp, and the PUBLIG are invited to ASSIST the Local Board in supplying' same: BEDS: Single Bedsteads with wire Mattress, or Wire Stretchers. BLANKETS and SHEETS: Offers to lend the above, will be greatly appre ciated by the Board. (All Bedsteads and Stretchers and Blankets, etc., loaned will be thoroughly steriiised and disinfected and returned perfectly clean. STRAW MATTRESSES will be used, which the Board will have made, and j these can afterwards be destroyed. j BED-PANS and other Equipment ( also wanted. i CAMP TABLES:- Carpenters and Finns employing carpenters are asked to make some small Camp Tables— plain square less, 27 inches high, and plain top 30 x 18 inches. The Board hereby cull lor VOLUN TEERS to ACT as NURSES, if requir ed: either...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
INOCULATION EXPLAINED. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VACCINES AND SERUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

INOCULATION EXPLAINED. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VACCINES AND SERUMS. Hero is an instructive. article taken fi-oiii Modern Pharmacy by Mr. II. Skewes, dealing with bacterial vaccin es, how they act. and the distinction between them and anti-toxin germs: It has been known for some time that tin; "leucocytes,"' white blood corpuscles have a (Opacity for digesting and 'consuming certain disease germs or bacteria: hence, probably arises in a large measure tlre.Miatural ability of the body to throw off disease to which i( iias been exposed. But a strange fact is that the leucocytes cannot di gest bacteria except under certain con ditions. Separate them from the blood mix them with the bacteria And' no digestion will take place. But add some blood or blood scrum to the. mix ture, and the leucocytes .will quickly destroy the bacteria.' The blood, then, or .something contingent in it, is nec essary lo prepare the germs for con sumption. What is it that exercises {his func tion? Well, it has been a...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SMELTER "B" v. PORT PIRIE. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

SMELTER "B" v. PORT PIR1E. Wisdom won the toss and. sent- the Smelter learn to the wickets. Camp bell took. Impett in with him, the howling being entrusted to G. Davis and McDonald. With the score at 23, Campbellwas caught by Davis -oil"-Mc Donald, ' 1—17—23. Highman -follow ed.' and after-milking 5 was bowled by a 'clinker" from Dyer, who had re lieved Davis, 2—5—36. Birrell had only made 4 when he was out Ibw to Wisdom. Impett was the next to go, as, after making l i, he jumped out to Angel, missed, and Weisby did the rest, 4—14—17. Connelly and W. Nunan were now associated, and the score was slowly carried along to wards the century, but with the score at !>7. Nunan, in attempting' to hit A. Davies,' was well caught in the deep Held by McDonald. The outgoing^ batsman had played a splendid innings ' for his 35, and received an ovation on returning' to the pavilion. Gray was I he.'only other batsman to offer any resistance Uj. tlie bowling (which, un- | der the trying conditions...

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FLINDERS CYCLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

FLINDERS' CYCLING CLUB. The members of the Flinders ».y eliny Club, under the charge of Mr. Cliff Hart. made a run to Crystal Brook yesterday. The attendance was soud, and the prospects for the ensu ing season arc promising. Next Sunday lliis club will have ;i run over the same ground. A start, will be made from Lewis" cycle works at 10 a.m.

Publication Title: Recorder
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Recorder — 3 February 1919

Wanted Gdlumn, Under this heading 16 words (iI prepaid), 1/ • three consecutive inser tions, 2/6. No advertisement booked under 4/. '■ WANTED; W Yoiins Woman or Girl for light house duties. Apply Mrs Parodies, next to A.W.U. office._ ml WANTED, Board, two young 'gentle men, private family preferred. Apply "Shift Work," Solomontown Post Office. - ;;• - REWARD £21 to person finding House, i or 5 rooms, to rent. "King," this office. mtw WANTED to Sell, good Trolly Mare. J. R. Mayes, Baker, Ellen st. mlw WANTED to Adopt, fine, healthy Baby Girl, small premium. Apply "'Curly Hair," this office. mk CARDINAL Mercier. the Cross-bearer; the man who defied the Huns dur ■ ing rape and pillage of Belgium. | The greatest film sensation. .Casino, j Wednesday and Thursday. - ^ ' LOST, Cover of Motor Hood. Reward. | A. R. bane, Kensington Dairy, or t or write e/o this office. STRONG Masher Cart for Sale, cheap; no further use. Apply H. Johns, Helenslea, West. mlw BOUGHT and Paid For, a daring and e...

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