—*- . The following is a summary of the annual report of the Queen's Jubilee convalescent fund to be submitted by the secretary (Mrs Stewart) at the annual meeting to-morrow afternoon:— Ten years have passed since the establishment of this fund, and*each year.the necessity for its maintenance becomes tuoro apparent. It has been the means of helping many poor hardworking women and girls to get two or three weeks' chance pf air in the„country, and during the past year over thirty patients have been sent away. Through the energy of the treasuror (Mrs Theonrin) the funds have been considerably augmented, so that it is expected that in future a larger number will ™£~ si ™ e , d - i , Mentic>n , is made of the receipt of £l2 bs lOd, theproceeds of an entertainment given by the Garnck Club, and the Committee desire to thank all those who have contributed towards meeting the expenses during the year, and Hia Worship the Mayor for the use of a room in the Town Hall Buildings in which the monthly meetings are held.
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CONVALESCENT FUND., Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
CONVALESCENT FUND. Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
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