Waimate Daily Advertiser, Volume III, Issue 51, 27 September 1900, Page 2
Tho usual monthly meeting of the above was held in the County Council Chambers yasfcerday after noon ; present — Messrs J. Sinclair (cba'c), and Hardie, ALwill, Jb Jones, Studbolme and Walker. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The visitors for the month reported everything satisfactory. They thought a few trees might be planted to hide the cowshed from the hospital. A galvanised iron building required "a coat of paint and a coaished required removal- j The visitors' report was adopted. The matron's report was road. Tho surgeon's report showed that 10 males aud 7 females had be^n treated during the month, and 7 males and 8 females discharged, leaving 8 males and 4 females still under treatment. From the Under Secretary of Defence, stating that it had been suggested to the Government that Hospital Boards would be willing to allow invalided members of tho Njw Zealand Contingents who are recommended for hospital treatment to become inmates and asking if the Waimafce Board would be willing to grant the suggested privilege. It was unanimously decided to grant this. Messrs Hardie and lukster were appointed visitors for the month. Ace .in ti amounting to £8 7s Id were passed and the Board ro*se.