Leyzene - More than one-quarter being appropriated for medical services Thus far, the importance of the medical work of the Provincial Government has been discussed from the financial standpoint, and this alone would constitute good grounds for advocating the fitill further enlargement of the Provincial Cabinet, by the creation of a minister who would have for his especial care the branches mentioned, which collectively form so important a part of the work of the Provincial Government; work which requires special professional attention, as does that of the Department of the Attorney-General, Agriculture, and Lands and Mines, over the former of which is a gentleman possessing high legal ability, Collie, and a practical farmer, and the Minister of Lands and Mines possesses a practical knowledge of both branches over If further arguments of a financial nature are required, it may be noted that the revenue from the provincial hospitals alone The magnitude of the work may further be obtained from the which has for its special object the health of the people.

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On cutting through a kidney in this state, we find that the increase in bulk arises from the tumefaction and congestion of the cortical substance.