Minutes of Meetings of House Committee – 1926 1935

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Electric lighting: Mr Hartland Thomas wrote to ask if power was to be installed as well as light. Answer in the negative.

Registration with the County Medical Authorities – exemption applied for for another year.

Mr Pendock to be asked about a new brick or cement incinerator, as the old one had burned out.

Mrs Annie Cook discharged 18 Sep.

EM Bald.
7 Oct 1929 Rev EM Bald, Mrs Bowen, Miss Guise, Miss Tyler, Miss M Warner, Mrs Alston, Rev CT Phillips, Mr Yeoman, Mr Crossman.

Electric LightingMr Moore of Frenchay had been consulted re his late father’s promise and said he was willing to contribute to the cost. Proposed that the provision of an electric iron be omitted. A weather proof light to be installed over the front door.

Legacy from Mr CapellRev C Phillips still hopeful of getting the remainder of what is due.

Mrs Marjorie Turner admitted 10 Sep at 15/- a week until her confinement.

Miss C Veal admitted 30 Sep at 15/- a week.

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