CHARITABLE AID BOARD.
The monthly meeting of the Charitable Aid Board, held to-day, was attended by Mr J. Robin (chairman) and Messrs D. Baxter, C. Haynes, R. Chisholm, and D. H. Hastings. A debit note for £875, with an account of particulars for September from the Benevolent Trustees, was submitted. The chairman's action in paying £SOO was approved, and payment of the balance of £sls was agreed to.
The following requisitions were also passed:—Dunedin Female Refuge £l7, St. Mary's Industrial School (Nelson) £ll7 l F and Auckland Industrial School £4 93. ' The Benevolent Trustees wrote asking a grant of £7OO for the erection of a laundry. —lt was resolved that an instalment of £2OO be paid.
A letter was received from the Mornington Borongh Council complaining that for the first time in the history of the borough they had been sued for a moiety.—The letter was received. It was mentioned that the subscription had been due five months. The reports of the Inspector of Hospitals and Charitable Institutions (Dr MacGregor) were laid on the table. HOSPITAL BOARD. The monthly meeting of the Hospital Board, 1 e]d to-day, was attended by Mr J. Robin (chairman) and Messrs C. Haynes, C. Fiaher, R. Chisholm, and J. Morgan.— The application of the Hospital Trustees for the sum of £450, the monthly portion of their annual requisition, was granted.
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CHARITABLE AID BOARD., Evening Star, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897
CHARITABLE AID BOARD. Evening Star, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897
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