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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. Advertisements

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Public Kitchen to Feed all Classes – April 1917

The Food Control Department is going to establish in Central London a large public kitchen to assist in the national economy of food. It is hoped by this means to enable thousands of people to keep within the rations, and … Continue reading

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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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Now a Field Hospital Car – February 1917

(An update from X-Ray Field Hospital Car)) We are going ahead with the £1300 required for the field hospital car. This week’s contributions indicate an addition of £45 16s and the new fund now stands at £511 6s 5d. It … Continue reading

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X-Ray Field Hospital Car – February 1917

It is nearly a year since we started this fund. We aimed at one ambulance car, and through the generous response of readers we were enabled to provide a fleet of five ambulance cars for the Scottish Branch of the … Continue reading

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Sale for the Hospital Bed – November 1915

(More on the Hospital bed) I am writing the afternoon of the day after the sale. There are several letters from readers lying which I may not be able to reply to for days but I hope early next week … Continue reading

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