Minutes of Meetings of House Committee – 1926 1935
Mr G Taylor discharged 16 Dec. Mrs Gowan
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discharged 16 Dec.
discharged 7 Dec.
discharged 13 Dec.
Miss Alice Pearce
discharged 14 Dec.
1 Jan 1934
Rev EM Bald
, Mrs Harding,
, Miss Guise, Mrs Alston.
declined to stay on for another month.
from Winterbourne engaged temporarily from 4 Jan.
wrote a letter of resignation to take effect in 3 months time. Her resignation was accepted with the greatest regret in full appreciation of her devoted work for the hospital.
, admitted 22 Dec assessed at the amount that ought to be paid by the Bristol Benevolent Assn, to which her husband subscribes.
, cycle accident case, admitted 22 Dec at 15/- a week, with the proviso that if the
Insurance Co allow his claim
, he should be asked to pay a larger fee.
, Tythrington, aads 26 Dec at 1gn a week.
, Northwoods, admitted 27 Dec at 30/- a week plus 30/- maternity fee. Her baby boy was born the same day.
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