Kai Tiaki : the journal of the nurses of New Zealand, Rōrahi IV, Putanga 4, Whiringa-ā-nuku 1911, Page VI
Subscription to, Journal.—The. subscription, to the journal is ss. per'annum, it is published quarterly, and any money remaining after actual expenses of printing and posting are paid, will be put towards the future enlargement and improvement of the paper Nurses are requested to send addresses to which the journal may be sent m future. It is desirable also that correct addresses should be published m the Nurses' Register. # * * jfc # *
All literary communications regarding the journal must be addressed to Miss Maclean, Government Buildings, Wellington.
* •% JjC >»c * *% The Matrons of Hospitals are asked to send news each quarter by the 15th of March, June, September, anal December, of any changes m their staffs, resignations, promotions, marriages, and births among the former nurses, obituary notices, with any little biographical notes of interest .to nurses,, alterations and additions to the hospitals, new' aquipment, accounts of any festivities, presentations end so on. Matrons and nurses are invited to send letters, or articles, on any subject that interests them, to open up discussions on nursing or ethical points. To send any personal items of news, to make any inquiries:. "**> :j: i,i Vfi sj€ S|C
Accounts of holiday trips, especially to other countries, extracts from letters from nursing friends abroad will all be welcome and help to make the journal interesting. All matter for printing should be written on one side of the paper only sK * * * *
Subscriptions to be sent to Miss-Maclean, Hospitals Dept., Parliament Buildings, Wellington.
**** * * ■ AU communications re advertisements, etc., to be addressed to the publishers, Messrs. Watkins, Tyer, and Tolan, Limited, 191-193 Cuba street, Wellington.
*■**..# * * We beg the co-operation of the Nurses who read the Journal in keeping up . its interest by sending news, for insertion from all parts of the Dominion. An item of news or personal paragraph from the most distant place where there is a hospital or a nurse, is of as much- interest as that which can be gleaned in the centres. ' .