Table V.—Showing the number of DEATHS at all ages in 1894, from certain groups of Diseases, and proportions to 1000 of Population, and to 1000 Deaths from all causes; also the number of Deaths of Infants, under one year of age, from other groups of Diseases, and proportions to 1000 Births, and to 1000 Deaths from all causes under one year.
|Division I. (Adults).||Total Deaths.||Deaths per 1000 of Population at all ages.||Deaths per 1000 of Total Deaths, at all ages.|
|1. Principal Zymotic Diseases||40||1.41||134|
|2. Pulmonary Diseases||42||1.45||140|
|3. Principal Tubercular Diseases||45||1.60||150|
|Division II. (Infants under One Year).||Total Deaths.||Deaths per 1000 of Births.||Deaths per 1000 of Total Deaths under One Year.|
|4. Wasting Diseases||20||27||282|
|6. Convulsive Diseases||11||15||155|!()
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1. Includes small pox, measles, scarlet fever, diphtheria, whooping cough,
typhus, enteric (or typhoid), and simple continued fevers, and diarrhoea.
Ten of the deaths occurred in Hospitals situated beyond the limits
of the District.
3. Includes phthisis, scrofula, tuberculosis, rickets, and tabes.
4. Includes marasmus, atrophy, debility, want of breast milk, and premature
5. Includes hydrocephalus, infantile meningitis, convulsions, and teething