Typhoid in Wagga Wagga

The Sydney Morning Herald

7 January 1890

Wagga Wagga, Monday.

There are three cases of typhoid fever in Wagga Hospital. There are 24 patients in the institution, and only two beds are vacant.

Mr. and Mrs. Magee, of Brisbane, entered on their duties as superintendent and matron on New Year's Eve.

They and Dr. Hillas, the medical officer, have been busily employed ever since.