NEWS AND NOTES. Friendship belongs to the eternities and knows nothing of death, which belongs to the illusions. We are not shedding any tears for John McLachlan, but we do very keenly regret that he has left no successor to take up his work in the University city, which has never yet, we believe, been without a representative of our art since it first became established in the country.
VERBENA OFFICINALIS. THIS is a remedy for those of definite spiritual advancement; who are endeavouring to live lives of altruism and service; and yet through a deficiency of some quality such as wisdom, courage, steadfastness, tolerance, etc., are suffering as a consequence.
COLOUR AND CANCER AN INVESTIGATION. The utilisation of the influences of Nature in exciting a curative reaction of the bodily powers against pathological change is new in the sphere of malignancy, and brings additional hope to both physician and patient that the circle of controls making for the elimination of Cancer-growth is ampler than hitherto conceived.
RECOGNITION OF DISTEMPER,ITS PREVENTION AND EARLY TREATMENT. The severe form of the disease manifests itself in a sudden refusal of food, sadness, whimpering, and general lassitude; also there is a high temperature. After three to four days the temperature falls below normal and death occurs. The acute form sets in in a similar manner, only the fever lasts two to four weeks; a very high temperature, or it falls to rise again and then comes down gradually.
ECHINACEA ANGUSTIFOLIA. There are two species of Echinacea as the most of you who are acquainted with this herb know: the Echinacea angustifolia and Echinacea purpura; but it is the former, Echinacea angustifolia, that I am going to discourse upon in this article.
QUALIFICATIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS. Homoeopathy is an Art, and not one art only, but a countless number of arts, and every practitioner of it must master the one his own genius selects. But if a practitioner has not the holy spirit of genius to inspire and inform his work he will be far wiser to confine himself to the kind of work for which he has the requisite talents.