" Aliquis " writes : At this time of war and bloodshed is it not incumbent upon Christians, who are the Lord's remembrancers, to unite in earnest supplication that, if it be His will, in wrath He will remember mercy, and that peace may be restored.
A. Russell writes: While wishing to endorse most of Dr MacGregor's ideas as to ouj admirably managed hospital, I think the management could be still rectified by shortening the efficient nurses' hours and giving them longer holidays during the year. I hope that the Trustees will, ere this year is out, see their way clear to grant what I believe will greatly please the larger portion of the community—shorter hours for the bonny Dunedin nurses.
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CONDENSED LETTERS., Evening Star, Issue 10453, 25 October 1897
CONDENSED LETTERS. Evening Star, Issue 10453, 25 October 1897
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