LONDON, February 15, 3.30 p.m.-The mortality from the plague is increasing in Bombay.
Out of 7000 persons inoculated for the
plague at Mazagaon, the centre of the ship- ping trade of Bombay, only one death oc-
A panic arising out of fear of the plague has occurred on the South Kolas Gold Field. Two thousand five hundred coolies employed in the
LONDON, February 16.-The plague has broken out at Knapmusden, in the Transvaal. LONDON, February 19,-Dr. Hornibrook,
formerly one of the resident medical officers of Adelaide Hospital, who has been on spe- cial plague service in Bombay for the past two years, has been appointed to organise measures for the suppression of the plague
in the Transvaal.