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scription to this paper and who ka kabeen kaVtJ kaVtJbeen
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DISEASE NEEDS WATCHING WATCHINGi WATCHINGWhooping
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as Fatal aa Scarlet FevC FevCEliza over overEliza
Eliza HRoot HtiRoot call calla ttention ttention says the theWomans theWomans
Womans Medical Journal to the fact factthat
that this disease is too little dreaded by bythe
the medical profession and that It Is by byno
no means the simple affair that many manyseem
seem to suppose supposeFrom 8UppOMFrom
From the United States census of 1900 1900we 1900we
we find that 663 died in New York from fromwhooping
whooping cough and 549 from scarlet scarletfever scarletfever
fever III ChIcago 1 141 1 died from whoop whooping
ing cough and 373 from scarlet fever feverPhiladelphla
Philadelphia 179 from whooping cough
182 from scarlet fever and so on in the thedUIerent thedifferent
different cities Death from rom whooping whoopingcougk whoopingcough
cough occurs most frequently frompneumonia from fTompneumonia
pneumonia as a compUeatlon that in induces induces
duces heart failure or 8 bronchitis may mayoccur mayoccur
occur that ends in suffocation Asphyxr Asphyxror Asphyxia Asphyxiaor
or marasmus due to the be continued eject ejecting ejecting
ing of the Lead tod or leis of appetite ma macause may maycause
cause death deathEven deathEven
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vere dlstur disturbance ance of the nervous system systemmay sstenamay
may remain as weakness of the intel inteIlect intellent
lect lent and memory memoryimbecility imbecility Visual defects de defects
fects e wabilmlus blindness and deaf deafness deafness
ness parUal partial or complete and even deaf deafmutism deafmutism
mutism may remain Whooping coughit cough coughit
it is evident should be undo the eon eontrot control
trot ot health authorities subject te toquarantine tequarantine
quarantine and other preventive meas measure measures
ures ure as much ail scarlet feverNO fever feverNO
NO DAY OFF FOR A JUDGE JUDOEBarristers JUDGEBarristers
Barristers in Great Britain Can Applyfor Apply Applyfor
for Injuncti Injunctions nsat at Any Time Timeand ime imeand
and Place PlaoeIlluetrnting PlaceIllustrating
Illustrating the proposition that 8 8judge ajudge
judge never puts aside his jUdgeship the theWestminster theWestminster
Westminster Gaaette Ga tte has the following followingYesterday followingYesterday
Yesterday Mr justice Bucknill wassurprised was wassurprised
surprised onthe on the links by a barrister who whopresented whopresented
presented an urgent request for a cer certain certhin
thin Injunction His lordship suspended suspendedhis suspendeilhis
his game and after due con consideration deration of ofthe ofthe
the facts IIJ made de the order which was at atonce atonce
once telegraphed to Cardiff and no nodoubt nodoubt
doubt took effect the same afternoon afternoonOn afternoonOn
On another occasion a barrister on ona ona
a similar quest Is rumored to have found foundhis foundhis
his quarry bathing at Brighton With a acommendable acommendable
commendable devotion to his clients in interests interests
terests he hired the next bathing machine ma machine
chine and raplPly joined the judge in the thewater thewater
water The judges surprise at beingsuddenly beIng beIngsuddenly
suddenly accosted in the wellknown wellknownformula
formula I have an application to male malemy manemy
my lord In 8 very urgent matter may maybe
be imagined The law sometimes atones atonesfor
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discovered the anc1enlart ancient art ot falconry in infl1
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eight falconers he writes two ofwhom of
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adjunct in any formal parade or proceslion proces proceselon
lion Later in n the day they gave us an anexhIbition
exhIbition ot their bIrds powers by let letI lettang
tang them kill four hares and a deer deerI deerall
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which telephone operators wear wear over overtheir overtheir
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Incorporated March 2 186j 1867dhe3
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to all without regardto regard to creed race or seL + 12 12OiVe3 yy yyTen
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