FOR WOUNDED AND SICK.
OFFERS OF CONVALESCENT HOMES. '
WELLINGTON, May 27. The following additional offers of accommodation for sick and wounded returned soldiers have been made: —
The New Plymouth Hospital Board, on behalf of the people of Taranaki, places at the disposal of the Government the fine New Plymouth Hospital, now approaching completion. Nurse Turner, of "The Limes," Victoria Square, Christchurch, offers two beds in her private hospital. Dr Valintine offers his house of 18 rooms at Lepperton, Taranaki, to accommodate 30 patients. The Wellington City Council offers a convalescent hospital, and the Wellington Hospital Board a large house in Clifton Terrace, capable of accommodating 50 patients, and also a large house in Hobson Street. Mr W. Kinross White, of Oniarunui, Napier, offers his residence on the Napier hills. Mr J. N. Williams and Miss, Williams, of >Frim!ey,. Hast■ihps. will undertake the care of eight or 10 wounded or convalescent soldiers at one time, and offer to provide everything, including the services of a trained nurse.
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