THE AMBULANCE SOCIETY.
TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Plcaße allow me to a9k through your columns who compose the society for the promulgation of ambulance teaching, the elaborate advertisement of which appears in Saturday's Star ? Some time ago a public meeting was called to form such an association, and in responee to an invitation sent to the various volunteer corps I and others attended. A committee was appointed to arrange for a farther meeting and report thereto; but, so far as the public are concerned no more has been done in the matter. It will be interesting for the public to know what claim this society has to the title "Otago Ambulance Society." My reason for writing is that I may voice the opinions of many who, like myself, are interested, and would like to join an ambulance society. In the corps to which I have the honor to belong, I know at least a dozen young men who intended joining the society when it was formed.—l am, etc., C. I Dunedin, June 24.
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THE AMBULANCE SOCIETY., Evening Star, Issue 7941, 24 June 1889
THE AMBULANCE SOCIETY. Evening Star, Issue 7941, 24 June 1889
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