Observer, Rōrahi XI, Putanga 637, 14 Poutūterangi 1891, Page 3
ON THINGS IN GENERAL.
(By the 0.M.)
are rife that the poor old inmates lli M o£ '^ c Home at Epsom are systematil^fp cally maltreated by Mr Moss, the able and §^<i> athletic superintendent; the public are convinced that there should be an inquiry, and the Charitable Aid Board howl for • specific charges ' to be made. But who would lay specific charges before such a Board, after the treatment accorded to Miss Arnaboldi for her noble and humane action in accusing Dr. Collins of gross neglect and malpractice ? A new Board is what is required.