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Photograph of Five Cars – September 1916

To-day, a photograph is published of the five cars gifted by the readers of this paper to the British Branch of the British Red Cross Society. Caption (page 779)—Fleet of five ambulance cars subscribed for by the readers of The … Continue reading

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Hospital Car Now On View – June 1917

(This is the car mentioned in this column from March 1917 “Field Hospital Car “Ere Long“) Motor field hospital car No 1 will be on view in Blythswood Square, Glasgow, to-day. Those who see it will be the most efficient … Continue reading

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Field Hospital Car Now a Sure Thing – April 1917

(An Update from Field Hospiltal Car “Ere Long” – March 1917) The field Hospital Car is a sure thing now. During the week the fund had been augmented by no less a sum than £188 5s.

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Number 2 SF Motor Ambulance Car – April 1916

We use the plural now. At the moment of writing (Wednesday at noon) the fund stands at £1160 2s 11d. No 2 car was fixed upon earlier than we had anticipated. It is a “Wolseley” Car and has been secured … Continue reading

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The Scottish Farmer Ambulance Car – March 1916

The majority of our readers will, I trust, be pleased to learn that we have at last opened a subscription list for the purchase of a motor ambulance, to be named after this paper. The delay was caused by a … Continue reading

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The Scottish Farmer Ambulance Fleet – August 1916

We have now handed over the total sum of £2,300 with interest, to the Scottish Branch of the British Red Cross Society. The present position of that matter is shown by the terms of the following letter: 149 West George … Continue reading

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