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The following are the names of the candidates successful in passing the recent first aid examinations:— Dr Brown's Class.-Messrs A. E. Ansell, W. r^il le 'w- t ?> arnett ' S- i- Calder - A - Crow, J Cable, H. J. Duncan. R. £. D'Oyley, E. Falck J Glendining F. A Hancock, J. £ Hinton? W Hannah HS Hannah, H. Humphrey, A J Hartley, K. H Jenkins A. Kennard, J. loon, H Louden, D. Love, C. Mitchell, J. M. Miller S Mirarns, R. Miller, J. G. Moody, D. S Mun o T M'Nab, J. K. M'Naught, T. Macgrewr T A M'Nickle, W. G. North!, R. S. OroeH, Tl 'Pearre' J. Proctor, J. Peddio, C Reid, W. Speight f'W Stater. F. Smith, C. L. Thomas, rlf Thoma, J A talker, L Whittington, W. T. Wallace J.' Watson, John Robb. Dunedin Navals (surgeon, Captain Fulton • instructor, Lieutenant Strong). —Petty -onice™ Woollett, Valentine, Williams- Leading ft Sayer, Gunners Morrison. Munroe. Women's First Aid (late Dr Jeff coat, lecturer) Misses J. Brown, A. Bowling, E. Beveridee K Bridgman, M. Bain, - Cameron, V. Campbell' M.CuUmg J.Gallaway, M. Goodeve, M. HWry tj.Henry MesdamesW. H..Johnston and Little MwsesMathieson, J. M'Nab, J. Moore, A Mac' vTJrM ¥ Iv °V S - r - M'Lean,'Misses ]). &ir,MFrl'R7c U * ™™™»> " The Association wish to thank the lecturers and examiners Drs M'Kellar, Barnett, and Fulton (women's first aid), and Drs Roberts and Win. Stenhouse (men's classes). The results of the nursing exanimations are not yet ready for publication

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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE., Issue 10429, 25 September 1897

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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE. Issue 10429, 25 September 1897

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