Extensive arrangements are being made for Hospital .Saturday, to be held on the 28lh inst. The iissnriatinn have derided this year to a fourth of the •collection to'tlie Belgian poor fund, and this is expected to make the appeal stronger than usual. Jt has been decided to make .Hospital Saturday a flower day this year, and the town promises to present a very pay appearance, as arrangements have 7, e'en made to dei*>rat,n every stand in the city. Numbers of the loci I doctors have i.li'ered to undertake this work. Tha Ladies' Patriotic Commitiee have consented to look after the making up of /lowers for the stands. All those -willing to give donations oi flowers are requested to forward them to the Early Settlers' Hall on Friday. 27th inst. Numerous pi (»n>ises of llo'wers have been received from the country districts, 'ilie Dunedin Orphans' Club have volunteered assistance, and will nive entertainments at various parts of the city during the day. Efforts are aifco being made for the services of the school bands, ami numerous other attractions have also been arranged i'.,r. The great crisis we are passing through has made heavy calls on the funds"''of all the beneficiaries associated with the Hospital Saturday Association, antl, as the Belgian relief fund will also' participate in the collection, it is felt that this association's appeal will meet with a really response from every citizen.
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HOSPITAL SATURDAY, Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914
HOSPITAL SATURDAY Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914
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