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September 30, 1899

Medical News.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(14):867-869. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450660057014

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Abstract

Fire destroyed St. Vincent's Hospital, Norfolk, Va., recently, and five patients lost their lives.

The Ontario Medical Council building, Toronto, is for sale; the price being asked is $100,000.

Our Russian exchanges announce that the small epidemic of supposed plague in the Astrachan district has died out.

Dr. George W. Grove, Kansas City, Mo., has gone, and Dr. J. H. Austin, of the same city, will now go, to New Mexico.

Among the charitable bequests of the late E. Ray Thompson, Troy, N. Y., is a gift of $5,000 to the Child's Hospital at Albany.

Grace Church, Winnipeg, at the sacramental service on the evening of September 17, adopted the system of individual communion cups.

Dr. G. Frank Lydston, Chicago, was recently operated on in New York City, for appendicitis. He has gone to Florida to recuperate.

By the will of William J. Pinkerton, who recently died in Mt. Joy,

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