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The method of the heating of the new war4s at the hospital has not jet been decided upon. The JT.'rchitect recently advocated that the heating should be dons by electric radiators. Dr. Valentine, hearing of this, immediately wrote drawing the Board's attention to the following extract from a journal on hospital economics:—"The electric radiator is put completely out of court for heating wards by reason of its enorm3us ex-. pense." Dr. Valentine said he trusted that the Board would cause the new wards to be heated either by open fire places or hot water pipes'. The Board this afternoon referred the communication to the Finance Committee.

An old man named James Lane, 86 years of age, was found dead in his bed at his place of residence, Bradford-street, Parnell, on Saturday. When he' retired the previous night he was apparently, in his usual.'state of health. Drs. Murray and Ferguson, certified that death was due to natural causes, and the Coroner (Mr T. Gresham), decided that under the circumstances, an inquest was unnecessary.

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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