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The monthly meeting of executive waa he'.d «t Ihe headquarters. Examiner reports and large quantity of correspondenco •ware received. The *eoretary reported having forwarded 11 caeea per s.E. Rakaia to Si. John’s Gate, Loudon, containing hospital clothing, bandages, etc. The committee desire to sincerely thank the ladies ol the association, Otago Women's Patriotic Committee, tlio Overseas Club, Mrs Olds (Port Chalmers), -Mrs Dicks (Ravcnsbourne), Cavcrebam Nursing Division, and many others for the goods and clothing which have been so generously given for Red A further shipment will be made before the end of the year. The transport cases during tho month of October were 60. The district nurso made 163 visits during Octoher. Tho Rev. V. King was elected chairman of tho centre in succession to Lieu-tenant-colonel Will (resigned). The committee would be pleased to receive any subscriptions /or lied Gross work, and will forward same to headquarters, London. This association is maintaining a strong force of men and women at the front. List of goods forwarded to London: 67 pyjama suits, 15 bod jackets, 84 nightingales, 177 pillowslips, 96 handkerchiefs, 15 bed socks, 9 hoods, 9 pair mitt?. 7 belts, 51 towels, 131 nightshirts, 20 pair underpants, 28 singlets, 3 cases old linen sheets. —Examination Results.— Hillside Workshops First Aid Class.— Par, T. Conly; adv. aid, S. Ingram; first aid- K. Mooney, W. Ombler, A Stewart, M. Maloney, S. Cuttle, 6. Caldwell, A. i'in>jr j-, A. Walker, J. Macdonald, H. I.auric, D. Mercer, H. Pascoe. Caversham Women's First Aid Class.— Medallions —Mrs A. Martin, Misses A. Smart, L Moreton j first aid—Mrs K. Smeaton, M. Horn, R. Wilkie. Easton, Misses M. Smith, W. DalWton. M. Motion, E. Muir, R. Crompton, E-Calder, IT. Ilosevear, J. Johnston, M. MTntoeh. N, Brown, «T. Baker, P. Kirk.

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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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