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  2. Quarantine Life in Sydney.

    THE disclosures recently made in connection with the manner in which affairs have been managed at the North Head Quarantine Station, have everywhere awakened feelings of indignation and led to the Government ...

    Article : 2,229 words
  3. The Budgerigar in London.

    ACCORDING to a London paper the warbling grass paroquet better known to naturalists as the Melopsittacus undulatus, from its undulating sparrow-like flight; and to colonials generally as the budgerigar, in modification ...

    Article : 527 words
  4. The last President Garfield.

    THE intelligence that President Garfield had on the 19th instant succumbed to the effects of the wound inflicted on him by Charles Guiteau on the 2nd of July last, although not wholly unexpected, created ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,083 words
  5. HOW to Tell Good Butter.

    THE Legislature of Ohio has just passed a Bill providing for the inspection of butter and cheese, " and all substances having the semblance of butter and cheese," and of dairies and other places where milk is sold or ...

    Article : 283 words
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    THE JAPANESE FAN AS AN AUDIPHONE.—At a recent meeting of the New York Medical Society, Dr. Samuel Sexton read a paper on the use of the lacquered Japanese fan as an aid to hearing. The fan is constructed on the ...

    Article : 264 words
  7. Tartaric Acid in Diphtheria.

    THE topical use of tartaric acid in diphtheria has been successfully resorted to by M. Vidal, who, in one of the foreign medical journals, remarks upon the necessity of thus making use of topical agents against the false ...

    Article : 99 words



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