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The Humble Beginning (1908-1937)
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First Aid classes in Penang and Malacca
Rev. P. N. Hunter, the Honorary Secretary of Singapore SJAA said, classes commenced in Penang and Malacca.
First Aid lectures in Penang
Dr. J. Stuart Ross conducted lectures in First Aid at the Penang Branch of the SJAA, examined by Dr. G. W. Park.
Malacca Police passed First Aid
Twenty one from the Police Training Depot, Malacca won certificates in First Aid examinations conducted by Dr. Croucher, a further 28 passed in October 1907.
First Aid certificates for 13 from Penang and Malacca
Major General Perrott, President of SJAA Singapore presented First Aid certificates to 7 from Penang and 6 from Malacca.
Brigade proposed in Singapore
Ambulance Brigade was proposed in Singapore. Rev. P. N. Hunter took further steps to form a brigade to help in cases of emergency, especially in war time.
Rev. P. N. Hunter left Singapore
Rev. P. N. Hunter was presented with a parting gift in the form of a travelling clock. He was credited for the revival of SJAA and great work done
Funds for Medical Assistance during World War
Mr. J. H. Waring, Honorary Secretary of SJAA Singapore requested the publishing of a letter from St. John’s Gate, London, appealing for war fund. Lists of donors were published
First Aid classes in Taiping, Perak
Mrs. Oliver Marks successfully organized a St. John Ambulance class in Taiping. The first lecture delivered by Dr. Pasley, Medical Officer, Larut to a large number of ladies.
Suggestions to re-establish St. John
Between 1926-1927, there were suggestions to establish St. John Ambulance, citing successful example in Hong Kong. First Aid lecture and examination were held on February 1927 at the YMCA.
SJAB in Malaya suggested
His Excellency the Governor Sir Cecil Clementi, earlier invested with the insignia of a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, expressed hope of forming
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