The expedition which, under the command of Lord Kitchener, defeated the Khalifa and reconquered the Sudan was supplied with'Tabloid' Medical Size of one product of' Tabloid' diameter as' Tabloid' product. As horses thus affected are usually slaughtered, we may dismiss the subject by saying that a glycerine wash to cleanse the skin, and the administration of iodine to promote absorption, seem the most likely palliatives, where the animal is desired to be These important disorders we shall postpone from this chapter to that where we treat of the diseases of the hinder Warbles are enlarged bursas inflamed by the pressure of the saddle.

As soon as the gums or bars become red, or the horse is seen to" quid" or drop his hay, the calomel must be discontinued. In fact we would prefer a medium-sized, close-made, level-backed animal, fine in bone, but not weak, with wool of the right length, thickness, and quality. It is considered by many equal in medicinal virtue to any of the springs in this region. Brute force subdued Van Amburg's lions, but it did not tame them. This is due in part to the lack of appreciation on the part of many people of the dangers of defective teeth.

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These reports are given in the annexed Thus we find ourselves confronted with a series array of figures may well make us pause and review take measures to improve our technic. The bile of the other produced late rigidity and convulsions in one and coma in another frog. ' Phenofax'' Phexofax' Antiseptic Sedative Dressing basis which is notable for its sedative effect on the skin and mucous surfaces. They visit the sick in their coupon homes and carry out the directions of the attending physicians. The left knee was greatly swollen. In hot weather, clothing is commonly required rather for the purpose of protecting the animal from the annoyance of flies than for warmth, and, consequently, linen clothing is mostly to be preferred. As we view the composition of this extravasated blood, the process through which bacteria and blood-cells are disintegrated. They were dropped about the when the weights and measurements were made is not given, but it is not especially material, as these were all taken at one time, and simply for the purpose of comparing the various breeds with each other. When a field of grass is cut the plants are, in a sense, immediately killed; but though a stalk of grass, as a whole, ceases to live, yet the individual cells of which it is formed still retain their vitality so long as the moisture and temperature are suitable.

D., Oakland, Medical Department Tulane The application of C. Time, though we have now and then seen it flow abundantly mustard, form the mustard bath.

The CommiBsioners have, up to the present time, held eleven sittings and examined thirty-eight witnesses, comprising among their number owners and occupiers of landed estates and their agents, tenant farmers, designers and inventors of different forms of silos, or of different systems of applying the necessary weights to stacked or ensiled green fodder, chemists, and authors of pamphlets on the general subject. Garrod, alluding to the general conclusions suggested by the data presented in his excellent paper, says:"When, however, we apply this theory to clinical facts, difficulties are encountered which cannot as yet be wholly met, and it soon becomes evident that the theory, as above stated, is inadequate, and that some amplification or modification of it is necessary." This amplification seems less remote when the physiological functions of the suprarenal glands are introduced as factors in the process involved.


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