The weekly meeting of the Benevolent Trustees, heldyesterday, was attended by Mr A. Solomon (chairaan) and Messrs E. Watson, C. Allan, B. Wilson, J. Green, and W. Swan. Accounts amounting to £382 10s 4d were passed for payment. The Skcbktaky stated that the number of outdoor relief cises dealt with for the past mo , Bt^ wa9 450 > effecting 205 men, 33* women, ami rO2 children, at a cost of £l2l Is 6d per week. For the corresponding period last year the cases numbered 48*. representing 209 men, 366 women, and 900 children, costing £144 14a per week; showing a decrease in the co3t of maintenance of £23 12s 6d. About Efty relief cases required consideration. J
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
BENEVOLENT TRUSTEES. Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
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