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FAVOURABLE REFORT FROM
The Chief Health Officer (Dr. Clarke) stated last night that Fireman Greaves, who was landed from the steamer Oonah at Barnes Bay on March 21, BUL foring from pneumonic influenza, was progressing favourably. The Oonah was released from quarantine yester- day. As the passengers and crew show, ed no symptoms of any kind, the steamer was berthed at tho wharf at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and the pas- sengers landed. .
The soldiers landed at the quarantine
station by tlio troopship Lancashire will bo released this morning.
Tho Health Department received ad- vice from Devonport last night inti- mating that the four cases of influenza landed there by the stenmer Period were practically convalescent.
Dr. Clarke stated that no other cases had been reported in the State.