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SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS-Contd.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913—Contd.

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SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS-Contd.
Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended June 21, 1913—Contd.

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Haverhill

, Mass..
Kalamazoo, Mich.
Knoxville, Tenn.
La Crosse, Wis.
Lancaster, Pa.
Lexington, Ky..
Lynchburg, Vs..
Malden, Mass..
Montgomery, Ala..
Mount Vernon, N, Y
Newcastle, Pa.
Newport, Ky.
Newton, Mass.
Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Norristown, P'a.
Orange, NJ..
Pasadena, Cal.
Pittsfield, Mass.
Portsmouth, VS.
Racine, Wis...
Roanoke, Va...
Sacramento, Cal.
San Diego, Cal.
Sonth Omaha, Nebr
Springfield, Ohio..
Superior, Wis..
Taunton, Mass.
Waltham, Mass.
West Hoboken, N.J.
Wheeling, W. Va..
Wilmington, N.C.
York, Pa.

Zanesville, Ohio.
Less than 25,000 inhabitants:

Alameda, Cal.
Ann Arbor, Mich
Beaver Falls, Pa..
Biddelord, Me..
Braddock, Pa.
Cambridge, Ohio.
Clinton, Mass.
Columbus, Ind.
Concord, N. H.
Corpus Christi

, Tex
Cumberland, Md.
Dunkirk, N. Y
Franklin, N. .
Galesburg, II.
Harrison, N.J.
Kearney, N.T.
La Fayette, Ind.
Marinette, Wis.
Medford, Mass.
Melrose, Mass.
Moline, II..
Montclair, N.J.
Morristown, N.J.
Moneie. Ind.
Miscatine, Iowa.
Nanticoke, Pa..
Newburyport, Mass.
North Adams, Mass.
Northampton, Mass
Palmer, Mass.
Plainfield, N.J..
Pottstown, Pa..
Rutland, Vt.
Saratoga Springs, N. Y
South Bethlehem, Pa.
Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Woburn, Mass.

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IN INSULAR POSSESSIONS.

HAWAII.

Examination of Rodents.

During the week ended April 26, 1913, 474 rats and mongoose were examined at Honolulu for plague infection. No plague-infected rodent was found.

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.

Manila-Plague. Surg. Heiser, chief quarantine officer and director of health for the Philippine Islands, reports: During the week ended May 17, 1913, there were notified in the city of Manila 2 cases of plague and during the week ended May 24, 1 case.

PORTO RICO.

Rodents Collected and Examined.

Passed Asst. Surg. Creel reports that during the week ended June 21, 1913, there were examined 1,774 rodents, collected from various points in Porto Rico, and that of these 569 were collected from various parts of San Juan municipality. None was found infected with plague.

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FOREIGN REPORTS.

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AUSTRALIA.

New South Wales Communicable Diseases.

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During the two weeks ended April 28, 1913, communicable diseases were noted as follows: Diphtheria 302 cases, with 11 deaths; poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis) 4 cases; scarlet fever 70 cases; typhoid fever 131 cases, with 10 deaths.

Special incidence of communicable diseases was noted as follows: Diphtheria in 9 localities, greatest number of cases 15; scarlet fever in 3 localities, greatest number of cases 9; typhoid fever in 6 localities, greatest number of cases 11. The population of New South Wales in 1902 was 1,395,600.

cor of health for the ded May 17, 1913. plague and during

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

Trieste-Typhus Fever on Vessel.

Consul Totten reports: The steamship Vorwarts arrived at Trieste from Turkish ports June 4 with 11 cases of typhus fever on board. To June 13, 3 of these cases had terminated fatally.

CHINA.

week ended June cted from various ected from various nd infected with

Amoy~Communicable Diseases.

Acting Asst. Surg. Bonthius reported June 2 the prevalence at Amoy of measles, plague, smallpox, and typhus fever.

Hongkong -Plague-Plague-Infected Rats. Surg. Brown reports: During the week ended May 19 there were notified at Hongkong 24 cases of plague with 21 deaths.

During the same period 2,444 rats were examined for plague infection. Thirteen rats were found to be plague infected.

Consul General Anderson reported by telegraph July 8, the occurrence of 17 cases of plague.

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Plague--Yellow Fever. During the month of May, 1913, plague and yellow fever were reported in Ecuador as follows:

Plague.-Ten cases with 3 deaths distributed as follows: Guayaquil, 9 cases with 2 deaths; Milagro, 1 case with 1 death.

Yellow fever.—Twenty-five cases with 16 deaths, viz, Guayaquil, 15 cases with 11 deaths; Duran, 1 case; Milagro, 8 cases with 4 deaths; Naranjito, 1 case with 1 death.

VENEZUELA.

Yellow Fever at Caracas.

A case of yellow fever was notified June 18, 1913, at Caracas.

CHOLERA, YELLOW FEVER, PLAGUE, AND SMALLPOX.

Reports Received During Week Ended July 11, 1913.

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