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OTAGO AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION.

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,— lt has been suggested to me that the Press of Dunedin might assist the Committee of the Ambulance Association to a very large extent by advocating its claims on society generally. In London and in other parts of the civilised world have we not read of beneficent deeds accomplished by competent members of branches of the Association ? It is satisfactory to note that those members are recognised as valued fellow-laborers by distinguished medical men, who have great reason to fear anything in the way of quackery. This is the best evidense of the philanthropic character of the work of the Association. A course of five lectures on ‘ Ambulance ’ will be delivered in the Garrison Hall by Dra Scott, Maunsell, Brown, Roberts, and Davies, commencing on Friday evening next. I think you will agree with me when I say that men who have time at their disposal should avail themselves of the course, as, even apart from its usefulness, each lecture is sure to be an intellectual treat.—l am, etc., W. A. VV. VYathen,

Dunedin, June 24

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OTAGO AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION., Issue 7942, 25 June 1889

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OTAGO AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. Issue 7942, 25 June 1889

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