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THE UlNAS POWIS HIGHWAY HOARD.

GOVERNMENT INSPECTION OF POLICE.

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LLANTWIT-MAJOR NOTES.

BARRY AND CADOXTOff XURS--1…

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BARRY AND CADOXTOff XURS--1 ING ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF THE COMMITTEE. The committee of the Nursing Association held a meeting at the residence of Mr. John Cory, Porthkerry Park. on Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Neale presided. Among those present were Mrs. J. Cory. Mrs. Jenner (Wenvoe Castle), Mrs. Daniels (Sully). Mrs. Maxwell, the Misses Allen. Miss Savours (Rhoose). Mrs. Robinson (Barry), Mrs. Richard Robinson. Dr. and Mrs. Powell, and Dr. Livingstone. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. The Chairman explained that from the 1st of January up to the 1st of Sept. there had been 273 fresh cases which had been visited by the nurses 7,048 times. Out of this number of cases 22 had died, 188 were convalescent, and 41 had been taken off the books from other causes three cases had been sent to Cardiff Infirmary, and there now remained on the books 52 cases. The expenditure up to August 31st had been £ 254 13s. 2id., and the total amount of receipts was £ 237 14s. Id., leaving a deficit of £ 16 19s. Ud. To carry on the work in a thoroughly efficient manner, it was stated that another lady nurse was wanted in addition to the present three lady nurses, and the four nurse helps, as well as £ 200 a year assured subscriptions. Owing to the absence of the treasurer, Major-General Lee, who was unable to attend until later in the afternoon, the handing in of the money already collected by the members of the committees was deferred to the executive meeting, which will be held at the Home, Barry Dock, on Thursday next at three p.m.—In answer to a question of Dr. Livingstone the Chairman said the deficit would in a measure, be covered by the collection to be made by the District Trades Council tm the 10th and 1.7th of this month.—Dr. Powell suggested, in order to strengthen the funds, that each patient attended by the nurses should contribute some- thing, but in answer to this it was stated that the nurses—especially Nurse Evans—were averse to that method.—It was decided to re-arrange the streets for collecting purposes, as so many new streets had been built since the first arrangement. —This was all$he business of the committee.— After the meeting the members of the committee, together with several other ladies and gentlemen, partook of tea kindly prepared for them by Mrs. Cory, and a most pleasant evening followed.

STOPPAGE OF A KHONDDA COLLIERY.…

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OinClSAI. POETRY. J

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