A STRANGE SICKNESS
FORTY MEX .STRUCK DOWN. [Per United Press Association.] WHAXGAREI, _ January 8. A remarkable, seizure of violent sickness v.ai'k--.<i thomen cmploved on Limestone I Island. " 1 At ]') o'clock this morning some, 20 inw. | vf-:e st-.fi er in,' acute pains in the | H'. !!i.i::i and vomiting. ;,nd by 2.30 p.m. ' it -.v;.-s reported that 40 ir.ep. Wore effected. : Pie Theory was sot up ihaf, it v,\i.s li.-i: cholera, but Dr Had, who visited the itliiiid. does not think so. r he ean- •."'. :\i i-'rewnt diagnose tho e-anse of the i'h-es-. ho believes it- to k-> some form of jvd?i'ni:i,'. Somo of the m-v. at-" ti-ii. but j inauv hid other food, v.-hieh makes the i.ff.;ir a!! tho more mysterious. The v.diiro popTtJation of tho island aro ] in a .state of perturbation. Tho matter I if beiog fully inquired into. I
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A STRANGE SICKNESS, Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915
A STRANGE SICKNESS Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915
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