Kai Tiaki : the journal of the nurses of New Zealand, Volume XVI, Issue 1, January 1923, Page 15
At St. Helens Hospital, Wellington, on December 21st, the sub-matron and staff arranged n n afternoon party to bid farewell to Miss Inglis before her departure from Wellington. Miss Baqrley received the erirsts m the patients' sitting-room of the hospital as the weather was unfortunately not suitable for an outdoor function. The room was prettily decorated with flowers inr l foms and a competition was arranged which caused great amuse-
ment all the afternoon. A large number of ex-nurses were present and all who could be spared from duty of the present Ptfflt. Miss Maclean, TC.ft.O- and Miss Bicknell, A.R.R.C, represented the Health Department. Dr. and Mrs. Valintine sent an apology as Dr. Valintine was unfortunately laid up. Dr. Agnes Bennett, Miss Stott, Miss Vida Maclean. R.R.C-, were among the guests.