Minutes of Meetings of House Committee – 1926 1935
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EM Bald. Monday 2 June 1930 Rev EM Bald, Mrs Bowen, Miss Guise, Mrs Harding, Mrs Skelton, Mr Crossman, Mr Yeoman. Mrs Maud Flux
applied for the use of beds for cases which had been operated on at the Clinic on Whites Hill. It was decided that
must apply to the Medical Director in each case.
discharged 7 May.
discharged 10 May.
discharged 13 May.
discharged 15 May.
Monday 2 June 1930 Rev EM Bald,
, Miss Guise,
, Mrs Skelton,
, Mr Yeoman.
Mrs Maud Flux
of Hambrook was admitted 20 May at 30/- a week plus 30/- maternity fee. Her baby girl was born the same day.
of Lower Green,
, was admitted 22 May; the Guardians are willing to pay 12/6 a week for her.
Mrs Annie Bawn
of Greenberry Row was admitted 22 May at 15/- a week.
, sent from the Bristol General Hospital on 28 May, was assessed at 15/- a week.
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