Minutes of Meetings of House Committee – 1926 1935
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, Newlands) admitted 26 Jan at 3g a week.
Mrs Bertha Jones
, admitted 19 Jan at 8/- a week.
’s assessment of 21/- was confirmed.
Decided against having a Rose Day as the Pound Day was such a success & should be repeated.
is leaving to be married at the end of February. Regret expressed as she has filled the post admirably. Matron to have a free hand in engaging someone to replace her.
discharged 21 Jan.
13 Feb 1928 Rev EM Bald,
, Miss Guise,
, Miss H Surtees,
, Mrs Tuckett,
, Mr Yeoman, Mrs Alston.
to have a wedding present from the committee.
, Staple Hill, admitted 8 Feb at 30/- a week + 15/- maternity fee.
, Fishponds, admitted 13 Feb at 21/- a week.
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