Evening Post, Volume CXXXVIII, Issue 48, 25 August 1944, Page 7
SYDNEY, August "24. Sir Howard Fiorey, professor of pathology at Oxford University, and one of the discoverers of penicillin, has completed a tour of army hospitals in New Guinea. He has been lecturing to medical officers on the use of penicillin. He will arrive in Australia in a few days, and is expected to spend three months here,
Sir Howard is visiting New Guinea and Australia at the invitation of the Commonwealth Government. Interviewed at Madang, he deprecated what he termed the "tendency for the public to regard'penicillin as a cure-all."