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4. Colonial Retrospect: D. Hack Tuke, F.R.C.P.

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The second Session of the Inter-Colonial Medical Congress of Australasia was held at Melbourne, Victoria, in January, 1888, from the 7th to the 12th inclusive. According to general arrangements, the Congress meets once in three years, but as the Centennial Exhibition was to be held in Melbourne in 1888, it was decided at the close of the first Session, held in Adelaide, South Australia, to hold the second Session somewhat earlier than usual. The third Session will be held in Sydney, in September, 1892, and Dr. H. Norman MacLaurin, Medical Adviser to the Government of New South Wales, and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney, has been elected President.

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