TAKAPAU AN'I) ORINQI COMPARED. | Officers and men a lien cling camps in i wet weiitiier have vivid recollections of j sore throats and feverish chills inseparably oounwted with damp feet and sudden changes of temperature. I At tiie Oringi camp in IUIO (he tiredi- i cal staff were kept busy nji till nil hours; and tWre worn over )<XK) minor cases 01 ! sickness reported at the ambulance. At j Takapau in 19U, despite (he exceptionally bovere weftthei. only a few dozen ! “imported sick," and ilia general health : of the men was remarkable good. ; Nov for a solution of this beaming , paradox! Ai tln» < Cringi canteen there i was no “Flnenxol." but plenty of olhci ; preparations. Ai T.iKapau the position j was reversed. The canteen contractors pinned their fnitli solely to fluensol,” I of v, liich over two gross in the aggregate i was purchased hr ihc tnxip.-. In many ; instance* one bottio would go the rounds of a tent and !r» the muons of chocking | more than one incipient sore throat or i feverish attack. Comment is needless! • .
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MILITARY CAMPS, Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
MILITARY CAMPS Evening Star, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914
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