first aid kit
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Wardle Cotton Co.: Manufacturer Production date
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1.) Sterilized dressing: an unmedictaed dressing with bandage, sterilized and put up in an individual packet. 2.) Adhesive wound dressing: special type of dressing approved by certificate of H.M. Cheif Inspector of Factories. 3.) Eye-pad: a pack containing a sterilized pad with a long bandage attached. 4.) Eye-ointment: an ointment approved by certificate of H.M. Chief Inspector of factories.
The box contains: one long piece of grey rubber with fabric and tapes sticked at each end, presumably used to stop bleeding or support a limb; three packets of cotton wool in blue paper packets; two triangular calico bandages in brown paper packets, size 40" x 56 1/2 "; translucent rubber first aid bandage in a roll with label, length 48", width 2 1/2 ", gauge .020"; three large wound dressings in paper packaging; two large strerised coal mine first aid sressings in blue packaging with labels; two small lint dressings in boxes; one reel of mauve cotton, ten wooden splints of three different lengths, two of which have removable metal casing; four large safety pins.
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