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On the Fringe of the Great Fight
by George G. Nasmith
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Gaspe basin, 5

Gooderham, Capt., 234

Graves, Canadian, 176

H

Haig, General Sir Douglas, 170

Hardy, Lt.-Col. (D.S.O.), 101

Hayter, Lt.-Col. (D.S.O.), 234

Haywood, Major Alf. (M.C.), 71, 116

Highlanders, Canadian, at Ypres, 96; (Toronto), 115

Hospital on Salisbury Plain, 28; French Canadian, Paris, 199; at French front, 205; barges, 131

Hotel, Continental, Paris, 1916, 196; Lotti, Paris, 1916, 196; de l'Angleterre Beuvais, 1916, 190; Savoy, London, 1915-16, 36

Hutchison, Capt. John, 71

Hughes, General Sir Sam, 2, 35

Hygiene work of laboratory, 154

I

Institute for maimed soldiers, Paris, 207; blind soldiers, Paris, 208

Indian band concert, France, 174; (Lahore) division, 107

Inoculation against Typhoid in Canadians, 24

Investiture, a royal, 230

J

Jutland, battle of, 244, 247

K

Kemmel, hill of, 245

Kipple, Sgt., description by, 15

Kitchener, death of Lord, 247

Kirkpatrick, Major, 76

Klotz, Capt. Herbert, 30

L

Laboratory, Canadian Mobile, 253; work of Canadian Mobile, 123, 152, 154, 159

La Gorgue, 79

Laventie, 80

Larkhill, 18

Laundries, waste from army, 147

Leicester square, 1914-15, 37

Lice and typhus fever, 144

Lipsett, General (C.M.G.), 244

London, 1914, 32

Locre, 245

M

Maclaren, Major, 100

Macpherson, Surgeon-General, 126, 169

Malaria, work of Rankin on, 163

Mavor, Major Wilfred (D.S.O., M.C.), 119

McBrien, Lt.-Col., (D.S.O.), 234

McPherson, Lt.-Col., (C.M.G.), 87

Mitchell, Lt.-Col., (C.M.G.), 100

Milk, use of, in army, 141

Medical service, British organization, 126, 138; officer's duties, 127; specialists, work of, 133; stores, advanced depot, 133

Mercer, Major-General (C.B.), 70, 110, 117, 233, 234

Mignault, Lt.-Col., 199

Moroccan troops (French colonials), 96

Mosquitoes and Malaria, 143

Muntz, Capt. Jerry, 71

N

New Zealand division, arrival of, 241

O

Opera in Paris, 1916, 192

Orbeliani, Prince, 202

P

Paris at night, March, 1916, 195; demi-mondes, 193; morality of, 194; women and dress, 198; Montmartre district, 191; opera in, 192

Pasteur Institute, Paris, 204

Piccadilly circus, 1914-15, 37

Plague, how spread in armies, 149

Ploegsteert, 235-238

Prince of Wales, 251

Poperinge, 105, 107, 111, 113, 114

Pollution of water (See 'Water').

Q

Quaker search party, 142

Queen Mary battle cruiser, 8

R

Rankin, Lt.-Col. Allan, 68, 93, 97, 112, 163, 232, 242

Rats, destruction of, in army, 204; carry plague, 149; story of, 150

Red Cross, Canadian, in Paris, 203

Rawlinson, General Sir Henry, 106

Refugees, 98, 102, 165

Rennie, General Robt., 70, 76

Roberts, Lord, funeral of, 42

Robertson, Capt. E., 99

Rowland, Capt. Sydney, 62

Ryerson, Capt. George, 71

Russian delegation, 249

S

Salisbury Plain, Old Sarum, 26; Silver Grill, 47; Stonehenge, 27; white horse, 26; arrival at, 10; description of, 11; bird life, 25

Sanitary Commission of War Allies, 189, 200

Sanitary section, organization of, 130

Sanitary officers, 132; methods employed in field, 137

Scrimger, Capt., (V.C.), 92

Serbia, Prince of, 197

Scott, (Canon) Lt.-Col. Frederick George, (C.M.G.), 86, 247

St. Jean, 88

St. Denis, 210

St. Eloi, 246, 248

St. Cloud hospital, 200

Search party (Quakers), 142

Sketches, Dirty Jock, etc., 184

Sloggett, Sir Arthur, 126

Somme, battle of, 249-253

T

Tanks, 252

Tanner, Lt.-Col., 244

Tetanus, 153

Typhoid fever among refugees, 165 absence of, in British army, 135

Typhus fever in Serbia, 144, 145, 201

U

Ulster division, 252

V

Valcartier camp, 1, 3

Verdun battle, Paris during, 191

Vlamertinge, 104

Van Straubenzie, Major, 70

W

War office, London, 1914, 39

Warren, Capt. Trumbull, 91

Water carts, 155; chlorination of, 140, 155; mobile filters, 141; supply, 140, 157; purification, control of, 154, 156; value of analysis, 156

Williams, General Vic., 244

Wickens, Major Bert, 71

Wieltze, 88, 98, 99

Winnipeg battalion, 7

Wounded, evacuation of, 128

Wytschaete, 245

Y

Ypres, city of, April 17, 1915, 83; April 22, 1915, 84; description of, 84; history of, 85; Cloth Hall of, 85; second battle of, 94, 100, 102, 109, 114

Warwick Bro's & Rutter, Limited. Printers and Bookbinders, Toronto, Canada.

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- Typographical errors corrected in text: Page 23: arious replaced with various Page 26: probobly replaced with probably Page 37: dealy replaced with deadly Page 38: correspodingly replaced with correspondingly Page 38: Canadans replaced with Canadians Page 49: accomodating replaced with accommodating Page 49: darndest replaced with darnedest Page 50: eying replaced with eyeing Page 60: identfy replaced with identify Page 71: 'Bismarck's birthplace' replaced with 'Bismarck's birth-date'. Logic being that Otto von Bismarck was born April 1st 1815, and the author is referring to a date. Page 72: heaquarters replaced with headquarters Page 83: goggled-despatch riders replaced with goggled despatch riders Page 91: retaurant replaced with restaurant Page 94: Aross replaced with Across Page 95: chorine replaced with chlorine Page 109: divison replaced with division Page 144: seemes replaced with seems Page 147: sedimentaton replaced with sedimentation Page 159: water cars replaced with water carts Page 163: Servce replaced with Service Page 173: ecstacy replaced with ecstasy Page 174: goups replaced with groups Page 176: Conseqently replaced with Consequently Page 178: 'army in it's struggle' replaced with 'army in its struggle' Page 181: attenton replaced with attention Page 191: exept replaced with except Page 203: humerous replaced with humorous Page 216: snapper replaced with snapped Page 230: whch replaced with which Page 239: artilley replaced with artillery Page 245: Wystchaete replaced with Wytschaete Page 255: Index entry Auber's ridge, battle of, 118 replaced with Aubers ridge, battle of, 170, so that it would point to the right page. Page 258: Mayor replaced with Major Further Notes: Prince Orbeliani, indexed on page 260, to be mentioned on page 202, is not named in the main document. -

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