\ meeting of the committee oi tlio Hospital Sa turd a v Aswiotion was j itoi-l last evening. Or Colquhoun presiding. The Secretary reported rear mo .Maori Hill Bind lied agreed to r.ivc a cime.ori in aid of the iunds or the as-*.-nation : the Orerseas Club iniiit :• t1 the’ they proposed < to u-vl'Tf.U > the collection ut the snow grounds; -Mr J. A. Johnstone wrote et.iting ’tiij t !v had made sirrangeioeots*’for a supolv of flowers from Shag Valley ; Airs Laidlaw, Matakamii. intimated that she would be pleased to surr.ilv flowers for Hospital Saturday, and a similar letter was received from llie .Mayoress of Bnleluiha; tne HHUi.: 1 iV'U n t tho Hillsuli? AA imti'ied the committee that the assr ciurlon could Imre tho use of the Hillside Workshops Library for the m-mtir.K of South Dunedin workers on ♦ ’..j* £oth innt.: Miss Griffin, secretary of the Y.W.ChA., intimated Hint the association would again take charge ol a stand: Miss Hannah wrote stating that she'would hji l pluasml to look after the colicetton ut dutram, uml_ tho secretary reported that Mr W. J. Strong would lend every ussif-taiiee in time district : the oiler et me Dunedin Oruhtuis’ Club to assist the association on* Hospital Saturday was accepted, tho secretary to nrranue for Jerries ; a letter was received from the 1 own Clerk granting permission for the association to lake up the street collection and also granting the usual concessions made to iho association in connection with fts annual collection; St. John Ambulance Association advised that they were willing to egain take charge of two stands. —'Meeting of "Women.— A meeting; of women was held in tho Savor Toa Eooraß yesterday afternoon. Mr G. 0. Israel, who presided, explain'd that a quarter of the collection was to he handed to toe Patriotic Commit too for tho Belgian poor. A special feature of the collection tins year would be tho display of flowers for salo on tho various stands, and numerous promises of plentiful supplies of flowers had already been received. Promises of flowers from local citizens would bo gratefully accepted. The Secretary Intimated to tho ladies the stands allocated, and tho arrangements in connection with the collection were explained. Special arrangements are being made to make the various stands attractive, and several new features are being added which should help to make things gay and bright in connection with this year’s collection. -The ladies at some of the stands iutend coming out in Belgian costumes.
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HOSPITAL SATURDAY, Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914
HOSPITAL SATURDAY Evening Star, Issue 15650, 14 November 1914
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