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SCARLET FEVER, MEASLES, DIPHTHERIA, AND TUBERCULOSIS Contd.

Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended Aug. 30, 1913.

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Over 500,000 inhabitants:

Baltimore, Md..
Boston, Mass.
Chicago, I.
Cleveland, Ohio.

St. Louis, Mo.
From 300,000 to 500,000 inhabit-
ants:

Buffalo, N. Y.
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Newark, NJ..
New Orleans, La.
San Francisco, Cal.

Washington, D.C..
From 200,000 to 300,000 inhabit-
ants;

Jersey City, NJ

Providence, R. I..
From 100,000 to 200,000 inhabit-
ants:

Cambridge, Mass.
Columbus, Ohio.
Dayton, Ohio.
Fall River, Mass.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Lowell, Mass..
Nashville, Tenn..
Oakland, Cal..
Richmond, Va.
Spokane, Wash
Toledo, Ohio.

Worcester, Mass.
From 50,000 to 100,000 inhabit-
ants:

Altoona, Pa..
Bavonné, N.J.
Brockton Mass.
Camden, N.J.
Elizabeth, N.J
Frie, Pa.
Harrisburg, Pa.
Hartford, Conn.
Hoboken, NJ
Johnstown, Pa.
Kansas City, Kans.
Lawrence, Mass.
Lynn, Mass.
Manchester, N. H.
New Bedford, Mass.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Passaic, NJ
Pawtucket, R.I.
Reading, Pa..
Saginaw, Mich.
St. Joseph, Mo.
Schenectady, N. Y
South Bend, Ind..
Springfield, Ill..
Springfield, Mass.
Trenton, N.J
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Yonkers, N. Y
From 25,000 to 50.000 inhabitants:

Atlantic City, N.J.
Auburn, N.
Aurora, mi.
Austin, Tex.
Binghamton, N.
Brookline, Mass.
Butte, Mont.
Chelsea, Mass.

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

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Cases and Deaths Reported by Cities for Week Ended Aug. 30, 1913—Continued.

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From 25,000 to 50,000 inhabit-
ants-Continued

Chicopee, Mass.
Danville, m..
Elmira, N. Y.
Everett, Mass..
Fitchburg, Mass.
Haverhill, Mass.
Knoxville, Tenn.
La Crosse, Wis.
Lancaster, Pa..
Lexington, Ky.
Lynchburg, Va.
Malden, Mass.
Newport, Ky .
Newton, Mass.
Niagara Falls, N. Y
Norristown, Pa.
Orange, N. J.
Pittsfield, Mass.
Portsmouth, Va.
Racine, Wis..
Roanoke, Va..
Sacramento, Cal..
San Diego, Cal.
South Omaha, Nebr.
Snperior, Wis.
Taunton, Mass.
Waltham, Mass.
Wheeling, W. Va.
Wilmington, N.C...
York, Pa...

Zanesville, Ohio.
Less than 35,000 inhabitants:

Alameda, Cal.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Biddeford, Me.
Braddock, Pa.
Cambridge, Ohio.
Clinton, Mass.
Coffeyville, Kans.
Columbus, Ind.
Concord, NH
Cumberland, Ma.
Dunkirk, N. Y.
Franklin, N. H
Galesburg. III.
Gloucester, Mass.
Harrison, N.J.
Lafayette, Ind.

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Marinette, Wis.
Marlboro, Mass.
Massillon, Ohio
Medford, Mass.
Melrose, Mass.
Moline, II...
Montclair, NJ..
Morristown, N.J.
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.
Strelton, Pa..
Wilkinsburg, Pa.
Woburn, Mass

IN INSULAR POSSESSIONS.

HAWAII.

Examination of Rodents. Rats and mongoose have been examined in Hawaï as follows: Week ended August 23, 1913, at Honolulu, 352; week ended August 16, at Hilo, 1,523; at Honokaa, 1,687. No plague-infected rodent was found.

PORTO RICO.

Rodents Collected and Examined.

Passed Asst. Surg. Chapin reports that duringsthe week ended August 30, 1913, there were examined 1,089 rodents, collected from various points in Porto Rico, and that of these, 767 were collected from various parts of San Juan municipality. None was found infected with plague.

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11 from Santa Cruz del Sur, 1 from Cienaga, 1 from Cotorro, and 1 from Santa Clara.
'Imported.

GREECE.

Piræus-Cholera.

Cholera was reported, by telegraph, present in the Piræus quarartine September 13, 1913.

MEXICO.

Yellow Fever.

Yellow fever has been reported from Mexico as follows: During the week ended August 30, 1913, 3 cases with 1 death in Campeche, and 1 fatal case in Maxcanu. During the week ended September 6,1913

, 3 cases with 1 death in Campeche and 1 fatal case in Maxcanu.

PERU.

Plague. During the period from June 30 to July 27, 1913, plague was reported in Peru as follows: Lima (city), 4 cases ; Lima (country), 5 cases; Callao, 2 cases; Mollendo, 1 case; Trujillo, 1 case. During the week ended August 19, 1913, i case of plague was

notified in Salaverry, and 4 cases were reported under treatment in

Trujillo Hospital.

ROUMANIA.

Cholera. A report from Bucharest, Roumania, dated August 28, 1913, states that cholera had been increasing in Roumania. On August 26 there were 212 cases present in Roumania.

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Kherson-Cholera. A telegraphic report from St. Petersburg, Russia, dated September 14, 1913, states that the town of Kherson, Russia, has been declared infected with cholera. It is reported that there will be established at Jalta a temporary maritime sanitary station to examine ships and passengers arriving there.

SERVIA.

Cholera. The following reports have been received relative to cholera in Servia: Week ended August 9, 1913, 194 cases with 69 deaths; week ended August 16, 241 cases with 85 deaths. In Belgrade 13 cases and 4 deaths were reported during the week ended August 9, and 5 cases during the week ended August 16.

CHOLERA, YELLOW FEVER, PLAGUE, AND SMALLPOX.

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Austria-Hungary:
Hungary -

Bacs-Bodrog, district.. Aug. 1..
Croatia-Slavonia..

Aug. 5.
Bulgaria:
Varna.

Aug. 25...
China:
Canton.

July 13-26..
Dutch East Indies:
Java-

Batavia and Tanjong- July 27-Aug. 2....

Priok. Sumatra

Djambi, province... June 22-July 5.

Palembang, province.. ..do..
Greece:
Piræus...

Sept. 13..
India:
Madras.

Aug. 3-9.
Roumania.
Russia:
Kherson

Sept. 14.
Servia....
Belgrade.

July 4-Aug. 12.
Kragujevac

July 4-21. Krusevac

do.. Lajkovac

Aug. 1-7. Morava.

July 421. Nisch.

do. Palanka.

Aug. 1-7. Pirot.

July 4-21. Podrinje.

..do. Popovac and Semendria. July 4-Aug. 7. Pozenga.

July 25-31. Shabatz.

Aug. 1-7.. Timok

July 19-Aug. 2. teskub.

..do. Varanja.

July 4–21.
Valevo..

July 4-Aug. 7
Visnjica and Mirjevo.
Turkey in Asia:

July 4–21.
Smyrna..

Aug. 18-24.
Turkey in Europe:
Saloniki...

Aug. 15-24.

Aug. 26, 212 cases present.
Present.
Aug. 3-16: Cases, 433; des

154, in 17 localities.
17 Aug. 3-16: Cases, 18; deathe,

Among the military. 2 Mainly among the military.

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94; deaths, 63.

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