The weekly meeting of the above this afternoon was attended by Messrs A. Solomon (chairman), C. Haynes, M. Fagan, J. Calder, R, Chiaholm, and J. Carroll. It was decided to grant relief to a man who was stated to be lying in a house which contained no furniture, he being simply covered over with a few bags, while his bed consisted of a quantity of straw. The secretary reported that John fieid, an inmate of the Institution, had died during the week. With reference to a case for relief, the applicant coming from Southland, and the Southland Charitable Aid Board having repudiated any liability, the Chairman mentioned that the Trustees had decided to allow the woman some money and charge it to the Southland Charitable Aid Board The. latter bady now wrote ttating that they agreed to accept the terms of the Trustees, and to hold themselves liable for the amount granted to the woman, provided that it be not increased. Sixty relief cases were dealt with.
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BENEVOLENT TRUSTEES., Evening Star, Issue 7937, 19 June 1889
BENEVOLENT TRUSTEES. Evening Star, Issue 7937, 19 June 1889
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