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THE" TOMB OF ROMULUS." I

DECREASE OF RABIES. 1

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DECREASE OF RABIES. 1 Only 17 cases of rabies in 1898 were detected in the whole of Great Britain as against 151 in 1897, 438 in 1896, and 672 in 1895. Fourteen of the 17 cases occurred during the first half of the year, and two of the remainder prior to October. The single case subject to October occurred in a dog which had been completely isolated by order of the Board of Agriculture, on suspicion of having been in contact with a rabid dog. The figures manifestly support the hope that the disease, and its even more terrible concomitant, hydrophobia, will before long be com- pletely extinguished in this country.

FAMORA. I

;THE CANCER SERUM. I

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AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. I

THE PASSION PLAY.

TROOPS FOR THE TRANSVAAL.…

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QUEEN'S FIRST RAILWAY JOURNEY.

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I THE POTATO CROP.

INTERVENTION IN DIVORCE SUITS.

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OUR LONDON CORESPONDENT, I

NEWS NOTES.

LAUNCING AT THE LIZARD. I…

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-SUMMER AND ITS PERILS. I

IA BIU BLAST.