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BASE HOSPITAL AT TRENTHAM.

the. Position explained. {Pfu Unjtko Piikss Association.j WELLINGTON. January 16. Colonel I'urdy. Director of Medical Services, deprecates the opposition in son;? nnartora to tuo proposed military base hospital at Trcntham. Tim Government, ho syud, alreadv had in hand a scheme f<>K hosp itii 1 buildings. They had so far been pay in" the Wellington Hospital £55 a week. Tin? Medical Association only appealed for £2,C00. which was a small traction of the actual cost. All the- equipment and personnel would be provided by the Government, and what was wanted was voluntary help to give extra facilities and comforts. He points out that England has asked for and received TnvTeVi. voiunutvy fm n.riciiaA a-s-s-Vst-aircc. irn<\ no one had suggested for a moment that this was wrong or unnecessary. Jt had been, left to Dunedin to raise such a (Question. 'there was real need for the £2,000. So far £436 had been obtained.

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BASE HOSPITAL AT TRENTHAM., Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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BASE HOSPITAL AT TRENTHAM. Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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