BAND OF VOLUNTEER WOMEN.
TO Tins EDITOR. S'i - .--Miss Kelsey, in moving the resolution ilni.tr iviis adopted by the women s meeting on Monday, spoke ae follows: " I beiievr there are many women, especially younger ones, who are longing to find a mine practical outlet for their patriotism.” I am sure that in Dunedin them arc many young ladies who, having Florence Nightingale for a heroine, long to help at tliis crisis. A.» Miss Kelsey says t “ Why should not this Women’s Associat ion form the nucleus of a. band of volunteer women - rorriv-poinjing to the men’s National TCa-'-rve —women who will be ready to fall into their places at the moment of .-hers, without panic or fear?” I for on- am willing’ to sacrifice all sports .and ama-ernents to make one of a band of vo’nnt '.o he trained in ambulance work", to keep themselves fit. by physical training, and Isa undertake some form of sacrifice by which a .steady revenue could be ensured to help the, relief funds. Hoping '.bat. the day is very near when wo will be engaged ill that most noble pccupatinn—making ourselves fit, through self•sae.rifiee. to cone with any emergency, whether it bo lied Cross nursing at the front or helping the distressed locally.—l am. etc., Soldier’s Sister. November 12.
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BAND OF VOLUNTEER WOMEN., Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914