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The Hospital Saturday,t urn's animal ..-diet lion tbi- yea!' wiil be held on the 28th inst. The association are making a departure in organising the sale of flowers iu the streets. The idea, has been most «?ni\iu*iv\>ii.-.dly f.d-<ra up by the lady collectors, and a most mi< day is autieipaU'd. IMotver stal!--. v. ill be erected in the streets., and numerous shopkeepers lute intimated their intention of decorating the exterior of their promisee. It is Itopt-tl that all shopkeepers will Follow this example, ami I hat Georiro and Princes streeU, from Kno\ I'hurch to .Manor place, will present a and varied .scene. The Charitable Aid Hoard have most generously hail' of their •share of the eolicrtioit for I his year in aid of the Belgian fund, u hit it nhould make an additional appeal to the sympathies ol the public The association are endeavoring l . make the tlay ii me uiorable and cn.e.-yal'b' one. and entertainments will be dven a.t the various .-treets e»rner.< by members of the Orphans" flub. Scli<«d bands will also participate. Color will also be imparted by the wearing of the various national costtuno of our Allies by the dil'iVrenl eronps of latly collectors. As thv demand for flowers i»'expected t., lie heavy, owners of ■.aniens are allied ;<■ help the movement by donatioiw tolhe teniral depot. I-:,irly SetM-is' Mali, on Frh'.av. '.iTth iu-l.

Those interested in the Hospital Saturday collodion in the South Dunedin. district are iin ited in attend a meeting in the librarv. Hillside Workshops, on Fridav. 20th' inst.t at 4.30 p.m.

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HOSPITAL SATURDAY, Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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HOSPITAL SATURDAY Issue 15652, 17 November 1914

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