The weekly meeting of the above Trustees this afternoon was attended by Messrs C. Haynes) in the chair), M. Fagan, J. Carroll W. D. Stewart, M.11.R., and W. Isaac. A deposit receipt for LGOO falling due on the Ist ult., it was decided to renew it.
Regarding the case of an inmate who, it was stated, did not know that she was going to the Institution, it was decided to send her back to Catlins, whence she came. It was intimated that it was not a suitable case for the Benevolent Institution, and it would be advisable to send her back to her husband.
In connection with the completion of the contract for additions to the Institution, it was stated that the contractor desired to be paid the balance of the contract money as soon as possible. Mr Hardy, the architect, had said that if there was any alterations to make in connection with the building he would see that such were carried out; and, if necessary, he would bo prepared to pay the cost out of his own pocket. —lt was decided to pay the balance of the contract money. The medical superintendent reported having visited the Institution, and found everything in a satisfactory condition.
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BENEVOLENT TRUSTEES., Evening Star, Issue 8051, 30 October 1889
BENEVOLENT TRUSTEES. Evening Star, Issue 8051, 30 October 1889
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