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October 28, 1899

Medical News.

JAMA. 1899;XXXIII(18):1110-1112. doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450700054019

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Fire destroyed the Stone City Home and Hospital, Findlay, Ohio, October 23; loss $50,000.

Dr. John H. Packard of Philadelphia, who has been abroad for several months, has returned home.

By the will of John D. Bleight, who recently died in Philadelphia, $500 has been given the Pennsylvania Hospital.

Dr. A. T. Newcomb, specialist on diseases of the nose, throat and chest, has removed from Baltimore, Md., to Pasadena, Cal.

Lydia Woerner of Philadelphia has been appointed medical missionary to Rajahmundry, British India, and will sail for that place at an early date.

Dr. James B. Herrick, associate professor of medicine in Rush Medical College, Chicago, has gone to Europe, to return in January.

Dr. G. Brown Miller has been appointed resident gynecologist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md., vice Dr. J. Ernst Stokes, resigned.

An inquiry into the condition and governance of the asylums of Prince Edward Island

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