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‘..Steeds’ .Review of Reviews’ for November contains much readable and informative news on the all-absorbing topic of tho war. Among the articles may be mentioned ‘Latest Additions to tho British Empire, by IB G. Xiall; ‘The. Cult of the .Super Nation,’ reviewer by Alfred Hart; 1 German Views on the War ’; ‘ I'he Great Illusion,’ by Norman Angell; ‘The Worst Phase of tho Whole Struggle : The American Attitude Towards the Atrocities’; and ‘How the War Affects Industries.’ • How Australia Took Gorman New Guinea,’ an illustrated record of the Australian naval and military Expeditionary Force (Angus and Robertson). Wo commend this publication for its many excellent photographs. ‘ My Breathing .System,’ by J. P. Muller, of the Royal Danish Engineers (London : Ewart, 'Seymour, and Co.), contains 56 illustrations and continues the most excellent work the author has done in previous publications. Of tho present ho writes that a reason for its appearance is that, notwithstanding the scores d£ older -books on breathing, we still meet thousands of persons who are unable to breathe properly —not only children and women, but even sportsmen, singers, and scientific men. And thousands and thousands still die of consumption, notwithstanding the fact that this could be prevented merely by teaching the children proper breathing. There _ is, therefore, £till much to bo done in this direction.

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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