3 NOVEMBER 1928, Page 90

Dr. Bogle has followed his . profession in many lands. Having

taken- his degree in : medicine at the Edinburgh University, he settles in New Zealand. Later on we find:him in New York and then at the Cape. He recounts no very startling adventures in The Meanderings of a Medico, but he writes with the close observation and true sympathy of the best kind of doctor. His book is one for a lazy hour and will make the reader wonder how the time has flown.

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