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This disease continues to monopolize attention in many parts of the Union. The situation is generally improved, but nevertheless the progress made has been so slow that no hope is entertained of ultimately eradicating it. The most that can be expected under present conditions is to control the...

Borthwick, J. D.
Cape Town,
Report of the Veterinary Division for the Fifteen Months from 1st April, 1919, to 30th June, 1920., 1921,

In the absence of the Principal Veterinary Officer (GRAY (C. E.) in German East Africa on special duty in connection with the outbreak of rinderpest in that country [see this Bulletin, 1918, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 115-118] the report of the Veterinary Division is furnished by Borthwick (J. D.).

Cape Town: Cape Times, Ltd.,
UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA. Department of Agriculture. Report with Appendices for the Year ended 31st March, 1917., 1918, pp 158 pp.

In this paper Hornby first gives a good summary of the history of the employment of tartar emetic in the treatment of protozoan diseases; he then summarises what appears to be very extensive experience relating to the use of the drug in the treatment of fly-struck animals from 1913 to 1918 in...

Hornby, H. E.
Veterinary Journal, 1919, 75, 3, pp 89-103

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