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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE.

QFEEN MARY'S NEEDLEWORK (;aui. Mrs Reeve. superintendent <>t ill' - Oreen Island Xursine; Division, writes to n» us follows; The Green Island X ursine Division sent to the Early Settlors’ Hall on Tuesday a ease containing the following articles inado by the* members and ladies of Green Island I dozen flannel nightshirts. 1 dozen flannel dayshiits, 11 suits pyjamas, 5 dozen nightingales, 5 flannel nightingale bed jackets, 4 white ope ration gowns, 4 pairs operation sleeves, 8 pairs hand-knitted socks, 7 knitted scarves, 14 pairs bed socks. 10 pairs knitted cuffs, 1 pyjama jacket, 3 dozen woven cholera belts. 1 ive pounds were sent to Sir Herbert I’emit, St. John Gate, for bandages. The Orion Island school children sent me ‘454 tins of condensed milk for Iho Belgian babies, the value of this being ,C 6 7s. J am very pleased with the children's gift. This lias also been sent to the St. John warehouse, London. OTAGO PATRIOTIC AND GENERAL WELFARE AiSSOCIATREV. Iho hon. treasurers of the Otago Patriotic arel General \\ cite re Ar-ociation acknowledge the receipt of the following donations to the. fund - Previously acknowledged £15.006 19 9 Kaitangata Patriotic t ommlttce 150 0 0 Robert Wood 5 0 0 Mrs James Arthur 9 0 0 J. II Brown and family ... 2 0 0 Dunedin Tailorcsscs I nion ... 5 0 0 Audotc-on Bay Rat rti.tio Loinmittcc 21 11 6 Residents r.f Gore R0 0 0 Residents of River-xIaE 45 0 9 £15,335 11 3

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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE., Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE. Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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