The fortnightly meeting of the Hospital and Charitable Aid Board was held last evening and attended by Mr J. H. Walker (chairman), Mrs Ferguson, Mrs Jackson, Messrs R. Templeton, if. M. Driver, A. F. Quelch, J. Gumming, W. E. 8. Knight, W. T. Talboys, S. K. Myers, F. G. Gumming, and Dr Marshall Macdonald. The Chairman welcomed .Messrs Templeton, Driver, Camming, and Knight on being returned as members of the board. It was very complimentary to them that the whole o: tho country members, with the exception of Mr Blackie, who did not seek re-electiori, should have been returned again for another three years. He ■was satisfied it meant that tho country bodies recognised that the work thenworkers had done vaa worthy of their confidence. In regard to Mr Quelch, who replaced Mr Blackie, they recognised that 'his abilitie* would be of great syvio* to th* board. On the motion of Mr Templeton Mr W. Blackie was appointed a co-operative member of the Sanatorium Committee. Mb Myers, in moving the adoption of the Hospital Committee’s report, said that the King Edward pavilion was now completed, and that steps would shortly be taken to have it officially opened.—Mrs Ferguson suggested that Lady Liverpool should be asked to open the pavilion.— The report was adopted, ,
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HOSPITAL BOARD, Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914
HOSPITAL BOARD Evening Star, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914
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