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FOREIGN REPORTS.

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

Cholera.

A fatal case of cholera was notified at Cattaro August 6, 1913. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, to August 16, 22 cases with 3 deaths were notified.

CHINA. Hongkong-Plague-Plague-Infected Rats. Plague has been notified in Hongkong as follows: Week ended July 19, 1913, 16 cases with 14 deaths; week ended July 26, 1913, 25 cases with 24 deaths. During the same period 4,999 rats were examined at Hongkong for plague infection. Of this number 29 were found to be plagueinfected.

INDIA.

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Karachi-Statistics of Plague. The following statement of the prevalence of plague at Karachi was received from Consul Lupton:

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Quarantine Against Kavala, Turkey. clared, August 4, 1913, to be subject to the quarantine measures Vessels arriving at Italian ports from Kavala, Turkey, were de

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The following statement of communicable diseases notified in Japan is for the Empire, exclusive of the island of Taiwan (Formosa):

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1 34 cases in Tokyo and 35 in Kyoto.
* 47 cases with 14 deaths in Nagasaki-ken, 4 cases with 2 deaths in Tokyo, and 1 case in O-ita-ten.

ROUMANIA.

Cholera. To August 14, 1913, there were notified in Roumania 37 cases of cholera with 16 deaths. The cases occurred in 11 localities. On August 21 cholera was reported present in 14 additional localities with 40 fatal cases.

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS.

Singapore-Quarantine Against Hongkong. By government notification of July 18, 1913, quarantine was declared at Singapore against Hongkong on account of plague.

CHOLERA, YELLOW FEVER, PLAGUE, AND SMALLPOX.

Reports Received During Week Ended Sept. 12, 1913.

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CHOLERA, YELLOW FEVER, PLAGUE, AND SMALLPOX—Continued.

Reports Received During Week Ended Sept. 12, 1913—Continued.

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Santiago.
Valparaiso.

Shanghai.
1.

Cairo..
France:

Marseille.

Toulon...
Germany
India:

Bombay.

Vadiras...
Indo-China:

Baigon.
Japan..

Nagasaki.
Oita ken.
Tokyo..

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July 27-Aug. 2.

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Jan. 1-June 30: Cases 74, deaths

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2 | Aug. 18, epidemic. Bulletin Sanitaire de l'Algério, Aug. 15, 1913.

CHOLERA, YELLOW FEVER, PLAGUE, AND SMALLPOX-Continued.

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Reports Received. During Week Ended Sept. 12, 1913—Continued.

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Austria-Hungary:
Hungary-
Temessziget...

July 31.
Vienna

Aug. 4.
China:

Hongkong. Dutch East Indies: Java

Batavia and Tanjong- May 18-July 19....

Priok.
Madioen, Province

Apr. 22-28...
Sibiru...

Mar. 24-Apr. 27...
Sumatra-

Djambi, Province..
Palembang

July 30.
India:
Bassein.

May 4-June 21....
Bombay.

May 25-July 26...
Calcutta.

Apr. 27-July 5.
Madras.

June 15-July 26.
Moulmine..

May 4-June 14.
Rangoon.

May 1-June 30... Indo-China.

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104

Present.

July 25.

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Manila.. Roumania:

Stephanesti. Servia...

Belgrade.

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Pirot.. Siam:

Bangkok.. Straits Settlements:

Singapore.. Turkey in Asia:

Smyrna..

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Mar. 23-July 12.. July 6-28...... July 29-Aug. 17...

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9, ! case on steamship Carls bad.

July 19-Aug. 8, epidemic. 64 Among civilians. July 10, presa

ent in Kavala, Drama, Orland, Serres, and Stroumitza.

CHOLERA, YELLOW FEVER, PLAGUE, AND SMALLPOX-Continued.

Reports Received from June 28 to Sept. 5, 1913--Continued.

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Brazil:

Bahis
British East Africa.

Kisumu.,
Keralasa

Vairobi. Chuje:

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May 18-June 14, still present in

Ampo, Chaoyang, Fungshun,
Kityang, Puning, Ta-pu, and

other points along the railway. 90 May 25-June 7, 10 to 20 deaths

daily. July 19, decreasing. 29 June 7, 1 or 2 deaths daily.

May 1-June 28, 76 fatal cases in

the eastern part. Apr. 10-May 22, 300 fatal cases in the Sun

ninger district. 134 Aug. 12, 14 cases.

10 deaths daily. 7 A mong natives,

Decreasing along the Swatow and

Chaochowsu Railway.

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Mar. 15-June 11.

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459

Dutch East Africa: District smawo..

Visungi.
Nors.

Crims.

Vuonna
Dutch East Indies:
Israe
Districts

Kediri.
Madioen.
Malang..

Surabaya...

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