Continental Road Books, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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1901 - Cycling
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Page iii - Hospital, during the past five years, with a total of 15,000 cases, the diagnosis was made but once. The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary averages at the present time 10,000 out-patients a year, and is one of the largest institutions of its kind in the world. During the past twenty-three years this diagnosis was recorded but six times. The reports of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary show a much larger proportion of these cases. In the past ten years with a total of 65,000 cases, the diagnosis...
Page iii - Intending tourists can obtain from the CTC Touring Bureau free of cost information with regard to the best routes from place to place at home or abroad ; assistance in planning their tours through desirable country ; information as to Customs formalities and duties ; advice as to the purchase of suitable maps, guides, etc.
Page iv - Companions of kindred tastes can be readily secured by the free advertisement which is given to the requirements of the member in the Club Gazette (for details of which see paragraph 10).
Page iv - The Farm House and Country Lodgings List includes a complete List of Coffee Taverns, Restaurants, and Cafes, with their net charges to members of the CTC set out in detail. 6. The member...
Page iv - Customs Ticket, to introduce his machine duty free into Austria-Hungary, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Honduras, Italy, Luxembourg, Newfoundland, New South Wales, New Zealand, Norway, South Australia, Swede11, Switzerland, Tasmania, the United States of America and Victoria.
Page x - Members wishing to avail themselves of the advantages thus offered should make application, on a form to be obtained from the Secretary, for a free temporary ticket of membership in the Club or Clubs whose countries they intend to visit.

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