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Teddington 1910

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Teddington]


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    The following table gives the population enumerated at the census of 1881, 1891 and 1901, together with the estimate for 1910, and is useful for comparison.
    Population (enumerated).Population estimated Middle 1910.
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    The births were made up thus:—
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    The number of deaths, including residents and non-residents, registered in and beyond the district, was 186, and was made up as follows:—
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    Birth-rate, Death-rate, and Analysis of Mortality during the year 1910.
    Annual Rate per 1000 LivingDeaths under one year to 1000 Births
    Birth RateDeath RatePrincipal Epidemic Diseases Cols. 5—11Small-PoxMeaslesScarlet FeverDiphtheriaWhooping CoughEnteric FeverDiarrhoea
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    Tables shewing the number of deaths of persons of 70 years of age and upwards. 1909.
    70 & under 7575 & under 8080 & under 8585 & under 9090 & under 9595 & und'r 100
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    70 & under 7575 & under 8080 & under 8585 & under 9090 & under 9595 & und'r 100
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    During the year 1910 the total number of cases notified in Teddington was 47, made up as follows: —
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    INQUESTS, 1910
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    TABLE I. Vital Statistics for the Whole District of Teddington, during 1910 and previous Years.
    Year,Population estimated to Middle of each Year.Births.Total Deaths Registered in the District.Total Deaths in Public Institutions in the District.Deaths of Nonresidents registered in Public Institutions in the District.Deaths of Residents registered in Public Institutions beyond the District.Nett. Deaths at all Ages belonging to the District.
    Under 1 Year of Age.At all Ages.
    Number.Rate. 1Number.Kate per 1000 Births registered.Number.Rate. *Number.Rate. *
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    Total population at all ages, 14,037. Number of Inhabited Houses, 2754. Average number of persons per house, 51. Census, 1901.
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    TABLE II. Vital Statistics of Separate Localities in 1910 and previous Years.—Teddington District.
    Year.Names of Localities.
    Population estimated to middle of each year.Births registered.Deaths at all Ages.Deaths under 1 year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births registered.Deaths at all Ages.Deaths under 1 year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births registered.Deaths at all Ages.Deaths under 1 year.Population estimated to middle of each year.Births registered.Deaths at all Ages.Deaths under 1 year.
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    TABLE III.—Cases of Infectious Disease Notified during the Year 1910. In the Teddington District.
    Notifiable Disease.Cases Notified in Whole District.Total Cases Notified in Each Locality.No. of Cases Removed to Hospital from Each Locality.
    At all Ages.At Ages—Years.FulwellUpper TeddingtonLower TeddingtonSouth TeddingtonFulwellUpper TeddingtonLower TeddingtonSouth TeddingtonTotal Cases Removed to Hospital.
    Under 11 to 5.5 to 15.15 to 25.25 to 65.65 and upward
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    TABLE IV. Causes of, and Ages at Death during Year 1910.
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    TABLE V.—Teddington District. I nfantile Mortality during the Year 1910 Deaths from stated Causes in Weeks and Months under One Year of Age.
    Cause of Death.Under 1 Week.1-2 Weeks.2-3 Weeks.3-4 Weeks.Total under 1 month.1-2 Months.2-3 Months.3-4 Months.4-5 Months.5-6 Months.6-7 Months.7-8 Months.8-9 Months.9-10 Months.10-11 Months.11-12 Months.Total Deaths under One Year.
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    Including Inspection made by Sanitary Inspectors or Inspector of Nuisances.
    Premises.Number of
    Inspections.Written Notices.Prosecutions.
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    2—Defects found in Factories, Workshops & Workplaces.
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    3—Home Work. Outworkers' Lists, Section 107'.
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    4—Registered Workshops.
    Workshops on the Register (s. 131) at the end of the year.Number.
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    5 —Other Matters.
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    No. 1. COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX.—SANITARY WORK, 1910. District of Teddington.
    Particulars as to Staff employed in Sanitary Department, specify if Inspectors are engaged in any other duties, and if so, what.Inspections.1Notices.Dwelling Houses.Houses let in Lodgings. (Tenement Houses.)Common Lodging Houses.Laundries.
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    No. 2. COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX.—SANITARY WORK, 1910. District of Teddington.
    Canal Boats used as Dwellings.Movable Dwellings, Caravans, Tents, &c.Bakehouses.Slaughterhouses.Cow-sheds.Dairies and Milkshops.Unsound Food.Adulterated Food.Offensive Trades.Water Supply and Water Service.
    Wells.Cisterns.Draw-Taps placed on Mains.Percentage of Houses supplied on Constant System.Number of Samples obtained for analysis, (a) from Local Wells (b) from Public Supply.
    Number Registered under the Acts.Number of Contraventions of Regulations.Number Observed during the Year.Number of Nuisances therefrom AbatedNumber Removed from District.Number in District.Contraventions of Factory Acts.Number on Register.No. Number of Inspections made Frequency and frequency of inspection.Contraventions of Bye-Laws.Number on Register.No. Number of Insnections madeFrequency and frequency of inspection.!Contraventions of Regulations.Number of Milch Cows in District.Number on Register.No. Number of Inspections madeFrequency and frequency of inspection.Contraventions of Regulations.(a) Animals seized. (6) Articles or Parcels seized.Condemned by Magistrate (a & b).Articles or Parcels surrendered.Samples taken (if any) by the District Local Authority.Found adulterated.Number of Premises in District.Number of Inspections made.Contraventions of Bye-Laws.New Sunk.Cleansed, Repaired, &c.Closed as Polluted.Percentage of Houses supplied from Public Water Service.New Provided.Cleansed, Repaired, Covered, &c.
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    No. 3. COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX. —SANITARY WORK, 1910. District of Teddington.
    Drainage and Sewerage of existing Buildings.Disinfection.Dust.Sanitary Nuisances Abated.Remarks as to any other matters or in explanation of previous columns.
    Water Closets.Percentage of Houses provided with Water Closets.Drains.Cesspools.Percentage of Houses Draining into Sewers.
    Number of Water Closets substituted for Dry ReceptaclesRepaired, Supplied with Water, or otherwise Improved.Examined, Tested, Exposed, &c,Unstopped, Repaired, Trapped, &e.Waste Pipes, Rain Water Pipes, Disconnected, Repaired, &c.New Soil Pipes or Ventilating Shafts fixed.Existing Soil Pipes or Ventilating Shafts Repaired.Disconnecting Traps or Chambers Inserted.Reconstructed.Rendered Impervious, Emptied, Cleansed, &c.Abolished, and Drain connected to Sewer.-Rooms Disinfected (a) Ordinary infections diseases, (b) Phthisis, (c) Various Causes.Rooms Stripped and Cleansed,Articles Disinfected or Destroyed, (a) Ordinary infectious disease, (b) Phthisis.New Bins provided.How frequently is dust removed from each house ?Number of Complaints of Non-Removal received.Method of Disposal (a) Destructor, (b) by Tipping, (c) Other, state method.Overcrowding.Smoke.Accumulations of Refuse.Eoul Ditches, Ponds, &c., and Stagnant Water.Foul Pigs and other Animals.Dampness.Yards repaved or repaired.Other Nuisances.