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Those members who attended to-day's meeting of the above were—Messrs J. Green (in the chair), W. Will, P. Miller, R. Mason, W. Dawson. correspondence. Regarding a letter forwarded by the Board to the Colonial Scoretaiy asking for a special subsidy in consequence of the contribution by local bodies being carried on the basis of last year's assessment, the Colonial Seorotary asked for fuller information regarding the amount required, to which the Board had replied that, in consequence of the satisfactory manner in which contributions from local bodies were being received, it had been decided not to aßk for a special subsidy, pending further developments in connection with the amounts received by connected local bodies. REQUISITIONS. The following requisitions were received: —Benevolent Institution, L0896s Id; Female Refuge, LI 7; St. Mary's Industrial School (Nelson), L 72 8s; Industrial School (Caversham), L 1,385 8s 6d.—The requisitions wers passed for payment, excepting the requisition from the Caversham Industrial School, to which the Board granted L 135 83 6d. The Secretary was instructed to apply to Government for a copy of the Charitable Aid Bill, and a few formal matters were dealt with. HOSPITAL BOARD. A meeting of the above, held subsequently, was attended by the same members, except Mr Miller. REQUISITION. The hospital requisition for L 487 was passed for payment, and tho secretary instructed to obtain information before paying same as to how the amount exceeded the usual monthly requisition to such a largo extent. A few uuimportant matterß were also considered and dealt with.

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CHARITABLE AID BOARD., Evening Star, Issue 7938, 20 June 1889

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CHARITABLE AID BOARD. Evening Star, Issue 7938, 20 June 1889