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JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. (torps 1Rew£;. JANUARY, ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS . The und.ermentioned Majors are placed on retired pay. Dated November 16, 1904: A. E, C: Spence, M.B.; C. J; Holmes, M.D. 'Major Spence entered the Service Angust 2, 1884, and was promoted Surgeon-Major, . August 2,1896. His war services are as follows :-Soudau Expedition, 1885, Suakin, Medal with clasp, brouze star. Operations on the Nile, 1889. Operations on the N.W. Frontier. of India, 1897-8. Operations on the Samana'Range and in the Kurram Valley and of Flying Column Kohat Field Force. Also served with Tirah Expeditionary Force. Despatches, London Gazette, June 7, 1898. IHedal with three clasps. South African War, 1901-2. Operations in Orange River Oolony, Jnne, 1901, to May 31, 1902. Operations in Cape Colony in June, 1901. Queen's medal with two clasps. . Major Holnies entered the Service August 2, 1884; and was promoted Surgeon- ·Major, Angust 2, 1896. His war services are as follows: Soudan Expedition" 1885, Suakin, Medal with clasp, bronze star. Expedition to Dongola, 1896. Operations of September 19, Egyptain medal with clasp. Medal; South African War, 1900-02. Operations in Oape Uolony, September to October, 1900. Operations in Orange River 'Colony, November 30, 1900, to May, 1902. Queen's medal with clasp. King's medal with two clasps. . Captain M. H. G. Fell; from the seconded list, to be Captain. Dated October 21, 1904. ARMY MEDICAL RESERVE OF OFFICERS. Surgeon-Major '0. Godson, M.D., to be Surgeon-Lieutenant-Oolonel. Dated November 8, 1904.. . A.Y. Greenwood, M.B., 3rdLancashire Royal Garrison Artillery Volunteers, to be Surgeon-Lieutenaut. Dated November 26, 1904. Surgeon-Oaptain R. Mitchell, M.D., to be Surgeon-Major. Dated November 19, .1904. Surgeon-Lieutenant A. H. L. Stewart, to be Surgeon-Oaptain. Dated November '22,1904. Surgeon-Lieutenant A. Robinson, M·.D" 2nd Volunteer Battu,lion, York and Lan- caster Regiment, to be Surgeon-Lieuteriaut. Dated December 7, 1904. ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL OORPS (MILITIA). Frederick Edward Bissell, l\1.D., to be Lieutenallt. Dated December 3,1904. IMPERIAL YEOMANRY. Denbighshire (Hussars).-Richard Geoffrey Williams, Gent., to be tenant. Dated November 26,1904. Thomas Horrocks Openshaw, M.D., F.R.C.S., C.M.G.;from the London Oompanies, Royal Army Medical Oorps (Volunteers), to be Surgeon-Major. Dated December 3, ,1904. Middlesex (Duke of Oambridge's Hussars).-Herbert Meggitt, Gent., to be extra Surgeon-Lieutenant, under paragraph 30, Yeomanry Regulations. Dated November 26; 1904. ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL OORPS (VOLUNTEERS). The Woolwich Companies. - Quartermaster W. T. Lomax to be Transport Officer. Dated November 19,190<10. James. Stratton Warrack, M.D., to be Lieutenant. Dated November 19,1904 .. The Manchester Companws.-Quartermaster J • Lawrence resigns his Oommission. Dated November 26,1904. Protected by copyright. on December 22, 2020 by guest. http://militaryhealth.bmj.com/ J R Army Med Corps: first published as 10.1136/jramc-04-01-27 on 1 January 1905. Downloaded from

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JOURNAL OF THE

ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS. (torps 1Rew£;.

JANUARY, 1905~

ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS •

. The und.ermentioned Majors are placed on retired pay. Dated November 16, 1904: A. E, C: Spence, M.B.; C. J; Holmes, M.D. 'Major Spence entered the Service Angust 2, 1884, and was promoted Surgeon-Major,

. August 2,1896. His war services are as follows :-Soudau Expedition, 1885, Suakin, Medal with clasp, brouze star. Operations on the Nile, 1889. Operations on the N.W. Frontier. of India, 1897-8. Operations on the Samana'Range and in the Kurram Valley and of Flying Column Kohat Field Force. Also served with Tirah Expeditionary Force. Despatches, London Gazette, June 7, 1898. IHedal with three clasps. South African War, 1901-2. Operations in Orange River Oolony, Jnne, 1901, to May 31, 1902. Operations in Cape Colony in June, 1901. Queen's medal with two clasps. .

Major Holnies entered the Service August 2, 1884; and was promoted Surgeon­·Major, Angust 2, 1896. His war services are as follows: Soudan Expedition" 1885, Suakin, Medal with clasp, bronze star. Expedition to Dongola, 1896. Operations of September 19, Egyptain medal with clasp. Medal; South African War, 1900-02. Operations in Oape Uolony, September to October, 1900. Operations in Orange River 'Colony, November 30, 1900, to May, 1902. Queen's medal with clasp. King's medal with two clasps. .

Captain M. H. G. Fell; from the seconded list, to be Captain. Dated October 21, 1904.

ARMY MEDICAL RESERVE OF OFFICERS.

Surgeon-Major '0. Godson, M.D., to be Surgeon-Lieutenant-Oolonel. Dated November 8, 1904.. .

Surgeon~Lieutenant A.Y. Greenwood, M.B., 3rdLancashire Royal Garrison Artillery Volunteers, to be Surgeon-Lieutenaut. Dated November 26, 1904.

Surgeon-Oaptain R. Mitchell, M.D., to be Surgeon-Major. Dated November 19, .1904.

Surgeon-Lieutenant A. H. L. Stewart, to be Surgeon-Oaptain. Dated November '22,1904.

Surgeon-Lieutenant A. Robinson, M·.D" 2nd Volunteer Battu,lion, York and Lan­caster Regiment, to be Surgeon-Lieuteriaut. Dated December 7, 1904.

ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL OORPS (MILITIA). Frederick Edward Bissell, l\1.D., to be Lieutenallt. Dated December 3,1904.

IMPERIAL YEOMANRY.

Denbighshire (Hussars).-Richard Geoffrey Williams, Gent., to be Surgeon~Lieu­tenant. Dated November 26,1904.

Lincolnshire.-~Iajor Thomas Horrocks Openshaw, M.D., F.R.C.S., C.M.G.;from the London Oompanies, Royal Army Medical Oorps (Volunteers), to be Surgeon-Major. Dated December 3, ,1904.

Middlesex (Duke of Oambridge's Hussars).-Herbert Meggitt, Gent., to be extra Surgeon-Lieutenant, under paragraph 30, Yeomanry Regulations. Dated November 26; 1904.

ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL OORPS (VOLUNTEERS).

The Woolwich Companies. - Quartermaster W. T. Lomax to be Transport Officer. Dated November 19,190<10. James. Stratton Warrack, M.D., to be Lieutenant. Dated November 19,1904 ..

The Manchester Companws.-Quartermaster J • Lawrence resigns his Oommission. Dated November 26,1904.

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The London Companies.-The undermentioned Captains resign their Commissions: C.H. Gage-Brown, M.D. Dated December 3, 1904. H. Fulham-Turner. Dated December 3, 1904.

Argyll and Sutherland Bearer Companies.-Brownlow Riddell, M.D., to be Lieu­tenant. Dated December 3, 1904.

South Yorkshire Bearer Oompany.-Louis Alexander French, Gent., to be Lieu-tenant. Dated December 3, 1904. .

The Glasgow Oompanies.-Lieutenant J. Bruce, M.B., to be Captain. Dated December 10,1904. Quartermaster W. Lee is granted the honorary rank of Captain. Dated December 10, 1904. .

Lancashire Fusilier Bearer Company.-Surgeon-Captain R. Mitchell, M.D., to be Surgeon-Major. Dated December 10, 1904. '

VOLUNTEER CORPS.

1st Oumberland Royal Gar1'ison Artillery (Volunteers).-The undermentioned Medical Officers resign their Commissions: Surgeon-1Hajor J. H. Dickson, M.B., Dated November 19, 1904. Surgeon-Captain R. L. Clark, M.B. Dated November 19, 1904.

The Queen's Volunteer B1'igade, the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment).-Lieutenant J. B. Jamieson resigns his Commission, and is appointed Surgeon-Lieutenant. Dated November 19,1904.

1st Volunteer Battalion, the Ilampshire Regiment.-Surgeon-Captain H. M. Brown­field is borne as Supernumerary whilst commanding the Hampshire Volunteer Infantry Brigade (Bearer Company). Dated November 19,1904.

3rd (The Blythswood) Volunteer, Battalion, the Highland Light Infantry.-Surgeon­Captain J_ W. Loggie, M.B., resigns his Commission. Dated November 19, 1904.

4th (Stirlingshire) Volunteer Battalion, Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Righlanders).-Surgeon-Major A. D. Fraser, M.D., to be Surgeon-Lieutenant~Oolonel. Dated November 19, 1904.

2ndD?trham (Seaham) , R.G.A.-Alfred Augustus Beeks, Gent., to be Surgeon­Lieutenant. Dated November 26,1904. '

4th Volunteer Battalion, the King's (Liverpool Reginzent).-Surgeon-Lieutenant E. L. Hughes resigns his Commission. Dated November 26, 1904.

1st Forfarshire, Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers).-Surgeon-Captain D. M. Greig. M.B .. to be Surgeon-Major. Dated December 3, 1904.

1st Hampshire, Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers).-Surgeon-Lieutenant A. A. MacKeith, M.B., to be Surgeon-Captain_ Dated December 3, 1904.

The Queen's Rifle Volunteef' Brigade, the Royal Scots (Lothian Reginzent).-John Dixon Comrie, Gent., to be Surgeon-Lieutenant. Dated December 3, 1904.

21st Middlesex (the Finslmry}.-Brigade-Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel J. Adams, Senior Medical Officer, 5th London Volunteer Infantry Brigade, is granted the honorary rank of Surgeon-Colonel. Dated December 3, 1904.

1st London.-Brigade-Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel W. R. Smith, M.D., Senior Medical Officer, 4th London Volunteer Infantry Brigade, is granted the honorary rank of Surgeon-Colonel. Dated December 3, 1904.

4th London.-Surgeon-Lieutenant F. J; P. Daly resigns his Commission. Dated December 3,1904.

1st Volunteer Battalion, the Durham Light Infantry.-The undermentioned Officers are granted the honorary rank of Surgeon-Colonel: Brigade-Surgeon-Lieutenant­Colonel J. W. Blandford. Dated December 3, 1904. Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel G. Middlemiss, M.D. Dated December 3, 1904.

1st Volunteer Battalion, the Highland Light Infantry.-Surgeon-Lieutenant J. F. Findlay, M.B., resigns his Commission. Dated December 3,1904.

15th Middlesex (The Oustoms and the Docks}.-Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel F. W. Humphreys is granted the honorary rank of Surgeon-Colonel. Dated December 3, 1904.

1st Lanarkshire, Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers).-Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel J. Provan, M.D., retires under paragraph 103, Volunteer Regulations, and is granted tbe honorary rank of Surgeon-Colonel, with permission to wear the prescribed uniform. Dated December 10, 1904. ,

3rd Volunteer Battalion, the Royal FusUiers (City of London Regiment).-Surgeon­Lieutenant J. A. Angus, to be Surgeon-Captain. Dated December 10, 1904.

1st Oornwall (D'ltke of Oornwall's), Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers).-Surgeon­Captain R. G. Nesbitt to be Surgeon-Major. Dated December 10, 1904.

4th Volunteer Battalion, the Royal Fusiliers (Oity of London Regiment).'--Super­numerary Surgeon-Major (Brigade-Surgeon-Lielltenant-Colonel) W. D. Waterhouse

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'(Senior Medical Officer, 2nd London Volunteer Infantry Brigade) to be Surgeon-_ Lieutenant Oolonel. Dated December'1O, 1904.

2nd Volunteer Battalion, the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment.-Surgeon-Lieutenant F.Robinson resigns his Commission, and is appointed Second Lieutenant. Dated December 10, 1904. ' ' , 13th Middlesero (Queen's Westminster).-The undermentioned Medical Officers resign their Commissions: Surgeon-Captain B. L. Stivens, M.D. Dated December 10, 1904. Surgeon.Oaptain J. S. Huds.on. DQ,ted December 10,1904.

18th Middlesex.-Surgeou-Major O. Godson, M.D., to be Surgeon-Lieutenant­Oolonel. Dated December 10, 1904.

THE VOLUNTEER OFFICER'S DECORATION.

The King has been graciously pleased to confer the Volunteer Officer'S Decoration upon the undermentioned Medical Offioersof the Volunteer Force, who have been duly

. recommended for the ,same under the terms of the Royal Warrant, dated July 25, 1892 :~ 2nd Middlesex Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers).-Surgeon-Captain (Honorary

Oaptain in the Army) Atwood Thorne, M.B. ' 3rd (Duke of Connaught's Own) Volunteer Battalion, the Hampshire Regiment.-

Brigade.Surgeon-Lieutenant·Oolonel Edwin John Hunter. " 3rd Volunteer Battalion, 'The South Wales Borderet·s.-Surgeon-Lieutenant·Colonel

James Rolands Essex. Brd (Oambridgeshire) Volunteer Battalion, The Suffolk Regimint.-Surgeon.Lieu.

tenant-Colonel John Parkinson Atkinson, M.D. 1st' Volunteer -Battalion, The Manchester Regiment. -Surgeon.Lieutenant·Colonel

William Mitchell Roocroft. , ' , 4th (Stirlingshire) Volunteer Battalion, Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland

Highlanders).-Surgeon.Major Alexander Duncan Fraser, M.D.

ARRIYALS HOMB.-From India: Lieutenant·Oolonels R. H. Forman, H. O . . Trevor, J. G. Harwood; Majors E. S. Marder, G. T. Rawnsley, J. H. Brannigan, T. H. Corkery, J. Thomson, R. J. D. Hall, and B: F. Zimmermann; Oaptains S; A. Archer, J. Cowan, J. Poe, G. M. Goldsmith,B. F.Wingate, P. H. Falkner, P. McKessack, R. Selby, J. J. W. Prescott, D.S.O., A. Chopping, J. W. Langstafi, and N. H. Ross. From Barbados: Lieutenant·Colonel E. O. Milward and Captain H. J. McGrigor.

ARRIYALS HOME ON LEAYE.-Oaptains W. S. Orosthwait, L. W. Harrison, and W. L. Steel. .

EMBARKATIONS.-For India: Oolonel F. J. Williamson, O.B., C.M.G.; Liim· tenant-Colonels E. H. L. Lynden-Bell,' and W. W. Pike, D.S.O. ; Majors P. C. H . . Gordon, ,H. M. Adamson, H. A. Cummins, C.M.G., H . .cocks, T. McDermott, G. Scott, H. D. Mason, -A. Kennedy, W. S. Bowman, E. A. Blirnside, G;M. Dobson, and R. C. Thacker; Oaptains W~ E. Hridleston,' J. G. Berne,' and W. M. H. Spillel'; Lieutenants, F. J. Turner, S. L. Pallant, W. M:acD. MacDowall, A. B. Smallman, D. P. Johnstone, C.R. Bradley, and A.A. Meaden.·' For Gibraltar: Lieutenant­Oolonel D. V. O'Oonne11, and Captain H. A. Berryman. For Malta: Oaptain A. E. Master. For Uganda: F. M. G. Tulloch. For West Africa: Oaptains H. W. Grattan, and A. W. Sampey. . - .

EXCHANGES.--The following exchanges.on the Roster have been permitted :-"­Lieutenant-Colonel D. V. O'Col;1ne11 with Lieutenant-Colonel A. Dodd. Lieutenant-Colonel C. W. S. Magrath with Major F. W. G. Hall. Captain J. S. Gallie with Captain Cl. H. Hopkins. POSTING.-LiilUtenant,Colonels H. O. Trevor, H. J. R. Moberly, and Captain

B. F. Wingate to Aldershot. Lieutenant-Colonel R. P. Hetherington, Major R. J. D. Hall, Captains S. A. Archer, J. Poe, G. M. Goldsmith, and P. H.Falkner, to Ireland. Major'J. H. Branniganto York. Majors B. F. Zimmermann and G ... T .. Rawnsley to Southern District. Captain J. Oowan to Netley. Major E. S. Marder and Oaptain N. H. Ross to Dover. Captains H. J. McGrigor and R. Selby to Woolwioh. Major T. H. Corkery, CaptainsP. MacKessaok and J; J. W. Prescott, D.S.O., to Devonport. Major J.Thompson to Edinburgh. Captain J. W. Langstafi to Chester .. Captain A. Chopping to Home District. CaptainR.L. Argles to Salisbury Plain District.

Lieutenant'OolonelE; O. Milward to Southampton as Embarking Medical Officer. CBANQES OF STATIOlf.-:LiE!utenant.-Colonel H. K. Allport from Thames District

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to. S~isburj Pla.in Distri<:t. Lieutena.nt-Colonel S .. 1l'. ¥r~yer, a.M.G.,: from E\:o~e DistrICt to Aldershot. Ma.Jo!, C. E. Polloc~ from ~()me Dl!~tri.c~ to Woolwich District.

Lieutenant H. B. Con~ell has been sei~cted for service under th~ ll'oreign O:@ce. Lieutenant R. L. V. Foster has been selected for serviCe with Lhe Egyptian Arrri~.

. Lieutenant. F. M. G. Tulloch has proceeded to Uganda for Special D~ty under the Foreign Office. .

·ROYAL ARMY :M:EDHJAL CORPS.

LIST OF CASUALTIES, &c.--From November 11 to December 10, 1904: inclusive. Discharges.-5689 Sergeant-Major R. C. Rowan, to pension, November 15; 5413

Sergeant-Major A. Coll,iIl,s, t() pension, December 5; 4923 Sergeant-Major J. J. Saunders. to pension, December 5; 4614 Sergeant· Major A. J. Wiseman, to pension. December 5; 11514 Lance-Corporal G. F>Ambrose,medically unfit, November 16 ;7465 Private T. Sutcliffe, modified pension, November 7; 19298 Privat.e E. lll. Steel, purchase, December 7. . .

To Army Reserve.-11361 Corpora.l G. E. Letchford, December 7; 15657 Private W. Beck, November 12; 15618 Private T. Orritt, November 12; 15623 Private W. Ramsey, November 4; 15672 Private T. Standing, N,ovember 12;' 15,638. Private A. Meekums, November 12; 15615 Private H. Winkley, November 12; 16554 Priva.te J. Stewart, November 14; 10115 Private A. F. Payne, November 21; 16747· :rrivatEi S. Henderson, December 2: 16750 Private J. A. Wetton, Decemb,er 2.

Transfers to other Oorps.-19233 Private J. B,owen, 5th Lancers, Novem1Jer 19; 19227 Private C. W. Bunyon, 5th LailCers, November 30; 19196 Private W., A. Gregory, 8th Hussars, November 15; 1925,7 Private J. Evans, 8th Hussa.rs, Decem~er .\:; 19321 Private J. A. Smith, 8th Hussars, December 1; 19328 P~ivate W. H. Buckler, 8th Hussars, December 1; 19348 Priva.te A. A. Bishop, 8th Hussars, DecelIlber 1; 17261 Private G. Steward, 11th Hussars, November 26; 19309 Private S. Hughes, Roya.l Horse Artillery, November 24; 19172 Priva.te J. D .. Drysdale, Royal Field Artillery, November 15; 19278 Private E. L. Kirk, Royal Field Artillery, November 13; 19325 Private M. J. Campbell, Royal Garrison Artillery, NovelIlber 12; 19100 Private J. Mills, Gordon Highlanders, November 12.

Embarkations.-10892 Serge~nt H. J. Reeve, to Sierra Leone, per s.s. "Oron," November 30 •.

Disembarkations.-From Bermuda, ex B.S. "Mongolion," November 27: 117-14 Sergea.nt E. Kerstein; 12652 Private A. E.-. Burrows; 11811 Private L. H. Chapman.

From Jamaica ex R.M.S. "Trent," December 1: 18131 Lance-Corporal W. Green-ba,lgh; 18970 Private J. Higginbotham. '

From Egypt,' ex B.S. "Dunera," 8453 Sergeant J. W. Matthews; 10581 Sergeant IL Warsop; 10211 Sergeant J. E. Dougherty; 16227 Corporal J. Asworth; 9626 Private S. Neale; 17548 Private II. Carter; 18564 Private D. Campbell; 17635 Private D. Field; 16032 Private W. MacLaren;, 18951 Private F. Moss; 18987 Private G. J. Tanner; 9735 Private J. A. Snell.

From MaUa, ex S.B. "Dunera" : 15722 Private G. F. Pinkney; 17605 Private H. J. Rush; 17669,Priva.te J. T. Rayner; 17563 Private J. Stanton. . .

From South Africa, ex B.S ... DurJ:lall). Castle": 6583 Quartermaster-sergeant J. Carter.

QUEEN ALEXANDRA'S .M.fERIAL, J4ILITA.RY NURSI~G SERYICE::­Appointments.-To be Staff· Nurses :-Miss K. A. Allsop, posted to Aldershot; Miss

M. Olements, posted to Colchester ; Miss K. CoXOD, posted to Aldershot; Miss L. Cunningbam, posted to Woolwich; Miss S. N.Daly, posted to Hounslow; Miss H. Hare, posted to Colchester; Miss H. L. A,. Ja,clf, posted to ~lton; ¥iss. D. Michell, posted to Colchester; Miss J. Murphy, posted to Colchester; Miss V. G .. Paschali, posted to Chatha.m; Miss B. Rankin,. posted t9 Colchester; Miss A. Rowe, posted,to Portsmouth; Miss F. St. Quintin, posted to Alder~l:!.ot ; Miss P. Steele, ppsted to Royal Military College, Sandhurst; Miss L. Str:ickla,nd, Posted to, Al~ers.b,ot; Miss E. ¥. Walby, posted to Chatham. '. "

Appointments Gon;Ii'l;med.~ Staff-Nurse!?: M:iss IJ. l\f. Mool;', :h-liss, M. E. Ric1:If!.rdso~, Miss A. M. Pagan. ,

Promotions>-The undermentioned Sta#·Nul'ses to, be Sis~e:rs: Mis~, M .. L. ~a.rris, Miss K,'M. HewEltson, Miss L. E. Macby, Miss ~. S. M,:asc)D" M,i~s M. W~~!l!., Q~es of StCLtiO't!-:-,.. . Matrons: Miss L. Harderrient to Chatbam; Miss M·. C. S. Knox, :a.R.e., Do.ver to

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South Africa; Miss O. H. Potts, Curragh to Soubh Africa; Miss H. W. Reid, Wynberg to Pretoria. , ' " ' , ' " " "

Sist"ers: Miss E. Beck, York to Sou'th Africa; Miss E. H. Hay, Aftoh to 'Colchester; Miss L. M. Lyall, Woo1wiuh to South Africa; Miss E. S. Mason, Aldershot to Colchester; Miss R. Osborne, A1ton to South Africa; ,Miss K. ,Pearse, Aldershot to Chatham; Miss C. K. E. Steel, Aldershot to London; Mills E.G. Stewart, Aldershot to South Africa.

NOTES FROM THE HOME DISTRICT.-Captaiu J. I.W. Morris, R.A.M.C., joined for dul;y on December 12th.

An exchange of Stations has been sanctioned between Major Girvin, of Guildford, and Major E. McK. Williams, of London, with effect from Jl!onuary L ,

Sergeant·Major Green proceeds to Portsmouth Ior duty from Rochester Row,1I.nd Sergeant,Major Hayward joins from Portsmouth for duty at Rochester Row.

Staff· Sergeant Fells rejoins the Headquarters of the Company from the permanent st'aff of the Volunteers. " .

Sergeant :lmiiott joins the Dep6t, Aldersho't, previous to embarking for South Africa for a tour of duty.

NOTES FROM MI.URITIUS.-Major N. Mahders, Captain H. E. Staddon, Sergeants Oonolly and, Angell, Corporals Hughes alid Rolfe, and Privates Alleh and Ohurch, arrived ,for duty on November 7,1904, Oaptain H. F. Shea, Staff·Se'rgllant Thomas, Oorporal Jones, Lance.Corporal Co1ville, Privates Hoper, Pa1mer, and Yorke, tour of service completed, embark on or about, November 22, for passage to England. " Captain T. C. Mackenzie,D.S.O., at present on sick leave, has been struck 'off the strength of the Command. Major Manders has assumed charge of the Station Hospital, Curepipe, and Captain Staddon of the Detention Hospital at Vacoas, also medical charge of Effective,European Troops at that Station. . ,

His Majesty's birthday was kept up in the usual way at this Station; the !'tetach. ment of the Oorps stationed at the headquarters (Curepipe) paraded under the Oommaud of Oaptain Stammers, and formed up on the left of the detachment 1st Northumberland Fusiliers, the whole parade being under the Command of Major Enderby, 1st Northumberland Fusiliers.

The season for the Military Football League was brought to a close on November 9, when the winners (" F" Company Northumberland Fusiliers) played a match with a team selected from the remainder of the League (Private Fielding, as right half, back, represented the Oorps on this occasion); the" remainder" team won by one goal to liil. After the match the General Officer Commanding (Brigadier·General O. T. E. Metcalfe; O.B.) presented the League winners with the Shield (given by Oolonel North, R.A.M.O.), and gold and silver medals. The General, in a few remarks, thanked Oolonel North for giving such a handsome shield for competition, complimented the players on their success, thanked the Committee for their exertions towards sport, and wished the League'the same success next year. Cheers were then given for the General, which brought the proceedings to a close.

NOTES FROM NETLEY.-Major A. J. Chambers and Captain H. C. R. Hime have arrived for duty, and the former has taken over medical charge of Female Hospital, Staff and Families.

A very successful dance was given by Sir E. Townsend and the Officers of the Corps on November 25. Over 250 guests were present, and a good programme was excellently rendered by the Corps Band, under the able bAton of Mr. Bennett.

We have to thank Aldershot for a goodly contingent of bachelors, in fact .their presence, and that of many other dancing men, made the evening pleasant from the ladies' point of view.

" The King" was played about 4 a.m. and it was thought by all concerned that we had improved on the former dance, given on May 27 last.

NOTES FROM QUETTI., BALOOCHISTI.N.-Lieutenant N. Dunbar Walker, R.A.M.C., writes: "Since last writing there have been few changes. Major Pocock has left, tour expired, and his place in the Dental Surgery has been taken by Oaptaili Williamson. Major Blackwell has joined us from Netley, and has taken over the District Laboratory from Captain Furnivall, who is, under C?rders for Aden.

"Two efforts for raising money to furnish the officers' wards in the Station Hospital with furniture have lately been made, the first was a Paga1 Gymkhana, got up by Lieutenant.Co1onel Donnet, and the second was an evening entertainment at the Club, got up by several ladies in the Station, comprising tableaux; and a musical programme.

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Winter is upon us, and there have been slight falls of snow in the neighbouring hills, our winter game of golf is in full swing, and. six of our staff of seven !lore players. We were' at home' on the last day of the Autumn Race Meeting.

" Our Principal Medical Officer, Oolonel T. S. Weir, LM.S., is away on leave, and Lieutenant-Oolonel Lees Hall, R.A.M.O., is acting.

" The Principal Medical Officer of om Oommand paid us a visit last week.1!

THE ROYAL A.RMY MEDIOAL CORPS FUND. THE FIFTEENTH MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE.

. The fifteenth meeting of the Committee was held at 68, Victoria Street, S. W., on Tuesday, November 29, 1904, at 4.30 p.m.

Present: Surgeon-General H. Skey Muir, O.B.; in the Ohair. Lieutenant-Oolonel E. Fairland. Lieutenant-Oolonel J. F. Beattie. Surgeon.General A. H. Keogh; O.B. Surgeon· General W. H.·McNamara, C.B., C.M.G. Colonel A. T. Sloggett, C.M.G. ColonelH. E. R. James. Major H. O. Thurstbn, C.M.G. Lieutenant-Oolonel R. H. Firth. Oaptain G. St. O. Thom. (1) The Minutes of the fourteenth Meeting were confirmed. (2) ·With reference to Minute seve:u of the last meeting, the Committee noted that

Mrs. Forrest had left to the discretion of the Oommittee the allocation of the balance of the Forrest Memorial Fund.

(3) Colonel James pointed out the desirability of having the three "V.C." pictures framed temporarily, pending the completion of the Royal Army Medical College. On the proposal of Lieutenant-Colonel Firth, seconded by Colonel Sloggett, this was agreed to, at a cost not to exceed 10s. per picture.

(4) At the request of the Principal Medical Officer, Netley, Lieutenant·Colonel Twiss reported, for the information of the Oommittee, that the Orimean War Memorial at the Royal Victoria Hospital, is in need of renovation. Information is not yet available as to the exact amount of repair necessary.

Surgeon-General Keogh offered to make an arrangement with an expert to report on the condition of the memorial, and to state what he might consider the best steps to. be taken to place it in a satisfactory condition. The Committee agreed to Surgeon· General Keogh's proposal, and postponed further consideration of the matter until it was in possession of sufficient information.

(5) Periodic payments for the maintenance of children at charitable schools are being carried out through the Principal Medical Officers of the districts in which the parents reside.

The Committee is of opinion that it is desirable to continue this procedure, as it enables the Principal Medical Officers to keep in touch with the children concerned.

(6) Colonel James laid before the Committee the case of No. 1154, Corporal G. F. A., who was invalided from the service with tubercle. He is in receipt of 2s. 6d a day pension. Colonel James stated that it was desirable that Corpora A. should be admitted into a home for the treatment of tubercle, and pointed out that at the Victoria Hospital for Consumption, Edinburgh, the cost of maintenance and treatment for such cases is £1 1s. per week. He strongly recom­mended the case to the Committee for consideration. Surgeon-General Keogh seconded this recommendation.

The Committee unanimously resolved to devote the sum of £10 from the General Relief Fund towards the maintenance of Corporal A. at the above institution for a· period of four months, the pensioner himself contributing the balance requisite for his support. Colonel James promised to make the necessary arrangements forthwith.

November 30, 1904. B. SE:INNER, Lieutenant·Oolonel,

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R.A.M.O.(V.) LEEDS COMPANY .. ANNUAL DINNER.

THE Leeds Volunteer Company of the Royal Army Medical Oorps held their seven. teenth annual dinner at the Grand Central Hotel, when there was a strong muster of members and guests of the Oorps.

The Oommanding Officer (Major De Burgh Birch) presided, and among those present were Lieutenant Wear, Lieutenant Robson, Lieutenant Young, and Honorary Oaptain-Quartermaster Gardner, of the Oompany: Brigade-Surgeon Lieutenant­Oolonel Lee, of Dewsbury; Oaptain Bullock, Oaptain McPherson, and Lieutenant Peel, of the Leeds Artillery Volunteers; Surgeon-Oaptain Waite, of the Leeds En­gineers; Dr. Trevelyan, Dr. Pearson, Superintendent of the Leeds Infectious Diseases Hospitals, Mr. WaIter Thompson, Mr. Atter, Mr. T. Sanders, and Mr. F. Sherburn.

After the loyal toast had been proposed in suitable terms by the chairman, and duly honoured, Lieutenant Wear proposed the toast of "The Visitors." In doing so, he said they might congratUlate themselves upon the fact that for the first time in its history the personnel of the Oorps was quite complete. He coupled with the toast the names of Lieutenaut-Oolonel Lee and Staff-Sergeant Fitz, of the R.A. M.O.

Lieutenant-Oolonel Lee, responding to the toast, which was received with musical honours, said that in England we were passing through what might become a crisis in regard to the differences with Russia, and the eyes of the country were turned on the war in the Far East. Relating some interesting reminiscences of a visit to Japan, Lieutenant-Oolonel Lee \Vent on to say that the points about the Japanese which struck everyone were their adaptability and their earnestness. He had noticed the readiness with which they were prepared to pick the brains of the West. They. did not imitate blindly but sifted the evidence for themselves, and he remembered being particularly struck by the signs he saw of the great progress the Japanese had made, and the great knowledge they had acquired in medical and surgical work. They had sent representa­tives to all· the. leading countries of the West, and had picked up the best that was to be found.

Staff-Sergeant Fitl!i also responded suitably, and the remainder of the, evening was devoted to the enjoyment of a lengthy and varied musiCal programme.

R.A.M.C. COLOURS COMMITTEE. A MEETING of the Oolours Oommittee was held at b8, Victoria Street, on December

13,1904:-Present: Oolonel A. T. Sloggett, C.M.G., in the Ohair, Oolonel :Et. E. R. James,

Lieutenant-Colonel J\.L o.'D. Braddell, Lieutenant-Oolonel H. N. Thompson, D.S.O. Two patterns were selected; and it was proposed by Oolonel Sloggett, seconded by

Colonel J ames and carried unanimously, that these two, together with a. pattern of the colours at present in use, should be sent to every Principal Medical Officer, both at home and ab,road, in order that a consensus of the opinions of all officers of the corps, as far as possible, should be arrived at before coming to a final decision. The results will be notified at the next general meeting in June, 1905.

ENNO SANDER PRIZES. LIEUTENANT-COLONEL HATHAWAY, R.A.M.C., has been awarded the Enno Sander

second prize for his essay on "The Relation of the Medical Department to the Health of Armies." Both First and Second .Prizes have been won by members of the Royal Army Medical Oorps for the year 1904.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND. T1!E following extract is taJren from the British Medical J.ournal, da~.ed DecelIlber

3,.1904, p. 1549. FELLOWSHIP EXAMINATION.

The. following candidates' h~:viIlg passed the necessary exam.ination, l1,ave been admitted Fellows of the Oollege: "K .. B. Barnett, B.Oh.,&c., :J:toyallJniversity, Ireland, Oaptain, Royal Army Medical Oorps." .

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ROY AL Al.t NlY ME DICA L OOLLEG B MESS.

THE accompanying photograph is of a clock, presented by No. XX. General Hospita.l, Elandsfontein, to the Roya.l Army :'Iedica.l College Mess, a.nd wa.s tho first gift made by officers of the Corps to t.be Mess upon the establishment of the College in London.

I t iF; of an l\rt.istic (Ita.lian) design, and standi> fifteen incheR high. Tbe fa.ce is of frosLod silver, and tbc selLing ui <J3.l'ved tosewood.

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PRESENT ATION OF KING'S COLOUR. AT a Royal Review of the Metropolitan Troops' of tlie Commonwealth Military

Forces of Victoria, held upon November 14, 1904, in honour of His Majesty's'birthday, a King's Colour was presented to the Australian Army Medical Corps. Upon the .staff of the Colour the undermentioned inscription appears on a silver shield :-

"Presented by His Most Gracious Majesty the King Emperor, to the Australian Army Medical Corps, in recognition of services rendered to the Empire in South Africa, 1904." . .

BIRTHS. FUHR-At. Sialkot, Punjab, India, the wife of Captain R. H. Fuhr, D.S.O., R.A.M.C.

-a son. JONES.-On November 9, at 11, Elliot Street, The Hoe, Plymouth,the wife of

Lieutenant-ColonelJ. M. Jones, R.A.M.C., of a daughter. MOBERLY.-On December 7, at 50, Sutherland Avenue, W., the wife ·of Lieutenani~

Colonel H. J. R. Moberly, R.A.M.C., of a daughter.

MARRIAG ES. PATERSON-JACOB.-November 23, at St. Ann's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. J.

Paterson Smyth, D.Litt., Vicar, assisted by the Rev. Cecil Patten, B.A., Rector of Fethard, Co. Tipperary, Ian Paterson, Major, Royal Army Medical Corps, son of John Paterson, Ard Rhu, Onich, Inverness·shire, to Amy Constance, daughter of the late Archibald Hamilton Jacob, M.D., T.C.D., F.R.C.S.I., of 23; Ely 'Place, Dublin.

,TULLOCH-HUNTING.-On December I, .at Holy Trinity, Clapham Common, by the Rllv. F. W. Metcalf, M.A., Vicar of St. Barnabas, Clapham Common, assisted by the Rev. W. Boyd, M.A., Vicar of All Saints, Norfolk Square, W., Forbes Manson Grant, R.A.M.C., youngest son of Surgeon-General Tullocb,' of Balnoon, Eastbourne, formerly of the 11th North Devon, to Winifred Elizabeth Louise, eldest daughter of Charles S. Hunting, of Eachwick Hall, Northumberland.

DEATHS.

HOPWOOD.-On November 19, at Coylton, Bournemouth, Sarah Elizabeth (Sela), the dearly IO,ved wife of Deputy Surgeon-General Hopwood (Ret.), A.M.D., aged 50.

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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. OFFICERS are particularly requested to give timely notice of changes of station

or changes of address, in order to ensure the posting of the JOURNAL to its correct destinO),tion.

;'i'iie Editorvvill, be glad to receive original oommunioations upon professional \iubjeots, trave;,arid personal experiences, &c. He will also be glad to receive ,items of news' and ·information regarding matters of interest to the Corps from the various garrisons, districts and commands at home and abroad. All these communications .' should be written upon one side of the paper only, they should by ,preference ,be ,type-written, but, if not, all proper names should be· written in capital letters (or printed) to avoid mistakes, and be addressed to the Editor, JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, 68, Victoria Street, London, S. W.

Letters regarding subscriptions, non-delivery of the JOURNAL, or change of address, should be sent to Major T. McCulloch, R.A.M.C., 68, Victoria Street, London, S.W.

Communications have been received from Surgeon-General W. F. Stevenson, C.B. ; Colonel H. E. R..James; Lieutenant-Colonels J. G. MacNeece, G .. Coutts, A. B.

"Cottell (ret.); R. R; H: Moore, R. H. Firth, N. H. Forman; Majors C. J. Macdonald, J. W. Cockerill, E. Eckersley, P. G. levers (ret.), A. R. Aldridge, R. F. E. Austin; Surgeon-Major H. Raynor, R.H.G.; Captains L. F. Smith, R. Selby, R. H. LUGe (VoL), P_ S. Lelean, R. T. Halliday (Vol.); Lieutenaut A. B. Smallman; G. L. ,Cheatle, Esq., C.B. .

In the event of reprints of articles being required by the authors, notification of such must be sent when submitting the papers. Reprints may be obtained at the following rates:-

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The following, periodicals have been receiv!)d: The Medical Record, The Medipal News, New. York Medical .Journal, American Medicine, Gazette Med. de Paris, Archives de Medicine et de Pharmacie Militaires, Il Morgagni, Gazetta Medico­Italiana, The Medical Review, El Siglo Medica, Der Militararzt, Deutsche Militiirarzt­liche. Zeitschlrift, Anales de Sanidad Militar, Revue Mea. de la Suisse Romande, La Medicina Militar, Esparwla, The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Annali di Med. Navale, Giornale del Regio Esercito, Le Caducee, The Hospital, The Ophthal­moseope, St. Thomas's Hospital Gazette, Bulletin de l'Acad. de Med. ,de Paris, Arch. Med. Belges, Voyenno Medisinskii, The Indian Medical Gazette, The Australasian Medical Gazette, Jou1-nal of the Association of Military Surgeons, U.S., Militarlagen t~ngwet af Militarlaegeforeningen, i Kjooonharn, The Veterinary Journal, The Practi­tioner, Public Health, Medical Review, Jowrnal of Infectious Diseases, Chicago, The Army_ and Navy Gazette, The United Service Gazette, Journal of the RoyaZ United Service Institu'~ion, ']!he Johns Hopkins Press. . , We desire to'remind members who paid their first year's subscription by cheque or postal order that the annual subscription is due on July 1, and it is very important that such should be promptly paid.

All Applications for Advertisements to be made to-G. STREET & CO., LTD., 8, SERLE STREET, LONDON, W.C. The back outside cover is not available for advertisements.

The charge for inserting Notices respecting Exchanges in the Royal Army Medical Corps, and for small miscellaneous Advertisements from Officers of the Corps, is 5/. for not more than five lines, which should be forwarded by Cheque or P.O.O., with the notice, to Messrs. G. STREET ~ CO., Ltd., 8, Serle Street, London, W.C., not later than the f!2nd of the month.

NO'l'ICE. The Corps News is now printed as an inset to the JOURNAL and separate copies

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