ST. JOHN AMBULANCE
The executive of the St. John Ambulance Brigade, in their annual report, state that-during the, year there has been a slight increase in membership,-.which.now,stands at 42. The "which thh brigade had been of service to thfi’general public-total 760. The for.tqijijj.Uy practises in first-aid work wwj carried j9,ut until,, on the outbreak of hostilities, the brigade, as the,body recognised by,the Government as the ambulance section’ of the; National Reserve, decided -to meet wcekly' nu Tuesday evenings. In’the matter of training in stretcher work, thb-brigado•'are .deeply indebted ~tq their fijstjofiicer;.’Mr J:_ H. Hanson, for' the care taken in this important bratfoh.of.th4 work;) meitihors have been detailed for special duty at tho various football grounds finder-the 0.R.F.U., Gardens Fete, Skating R-inlc,
Dunedin Jockey Club meetings, also the different fixtures of tho Forbury Park Trotting Club and of tho Otago Hunt Club. Tho work done by tho Dunedin Centre of tho St. John Ambulance Association iu supplying the brigade with necessary equipment'to carry' out fiij/t-ghj work is again •worthy of grotefrti- recognition, During the coming year a series of quarterly cotni>o institu''Of„llf®’..yarioup competitions .-rewarded,' by Trophies; nnedals, AL’Georgo preset efl. .a silver cup for annual competition-mwoirk -The- thanks of „£he ‘ brigadeVre-_3jie “Jp «th**Bl,'-John Aftsociaildip* )DV..James- stirg«jjirjn apd thYl’ress for valuabfe asst stance' during the f 'vi.i : J-IJ.l er’irgr.rt-ran " M
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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE, Evening Star, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914
ST. JOHN AMBULANCE Evening Star, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914
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