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Mr John Clarke has (says the Clutha Free Press) received a reply from Mr John J. Woods, secretary Tuapeka Hospital Board, in which he says : "lam directed by the Chairman, to acknowledge receipt of yours, of 21st inst., containing satisfactory explanation of remarks made by yon at a public meeting ye subsidy received horn the Government, £533 10s 2d." The secretary also appends a statement showing that the subsidy on contributions by local authorities amounted to £520 ss. The Taylor-Carrington Company gave a donation of £11 Is, on which a subsidy of 24s in the £ was paid, £13 5s 2s, which makes the total Government subsidy £533 10s, as shown. The secretary explains that " £273 7s 8d of this amount was for subsidy earned in the preceding year and appeared in previous balance-sheet as an asset of the Board."

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TUAPEKA HOSPITAL BALANCE-SHEET., Tuapeka Times, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 5407, 10 October 1906

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TUAPEKA HOSPITAL BALANCE-SHEET. Tuapeka Times, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 5407, 10 October 1906

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