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Buckley Urban District Council.|

THE LATE MR. JOHN NEWTON.

NEW SUB-POST OFFICE.

ELECTORAL DIVISIONS.

THE NEW RATE.

*1* HYL'S MAY FESTIVAL.

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,Presentations at Caerwys

A CORRECTION.

-.-Holywell Nursing Association.

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Holywell Nursing As- sociation. ANNUAL MEETING. The fourth annual meeting of the Holy- well District Nursing Association was held at the Town Buildings, Holywell, on Thursday last, when the Rev. J. W. Tho- mas (vicar) presided over a large attend- ance. Mrs. Ayer, hon. sec., in the annual re- port, stated that during the year 110 patients were attended 74 maternity cases; 30 cases attended free of charge; fees re- ceived, Y.37 2s. 6d., an increase of £ 14 2s. During the year the Nurse made 2216 visits. The committee were fortunate in having a nurse so conscientious and untiring in her duties. The Inspector had visited the dis- trict, and reported that the duties of Nurse Jones were well done and the equipment in good order. The committee thanked the Carnival Committee for their contribution, they also thanked Mrs. GorcTon for her contribution of clothing for the maternity bags, also for the bicycle, which was much appreciated by the Nurse. The total in- come for the year was Y.166 16s. 7d., de- rived from subscriptions, fees, etc. The expenditure amounted to Y.140 10s. 7d., leaving a balance in hand of £26 6s. Mrs. Ayer pointed out that the balance in hand covered the first quarter's expenses until the annual subscriptions came in. The Chairman said the report and bal- ance sheet were both very gratifying. They had no hesitation in saying the Association was doing an untold amount of good in the neighbourhood, and those who were the re- cipients of the visits of the Nurse could en- dorse their convictions in the matter. The report was gratifying because of the increase in the amount of fees received. Mrs. Aver: The insurance maternity bene- fits have made a great difference. W* made a rule to charge 10s. in each case ex- cept where people were very poor. The Chairman, proceeding, said there was a great amount of self-support—an in crease of E14 in fees was considerable, and afforded satisfaction to the committee, who devoted so much time to the work. It was well to see a balance in hand sufficient for the work to go on until the subscriptions came in. He thought the number of visits made by the Nurse showed the excellent at- tention she gave to the sick. The Rev. Dr. Oliver, moving the adop- tion of the report and statement of ac- counts, said he should have preferred that the ladies had moved that resolution. They were more indebted to the ladies than to anyone else. He only came casually to show his appreciation of the splendid work done by the Association. The report was very gratifying. Mrs. Williams seconded the proposition, which was carried unanimously. The Chairman said lie considered they should place on record their heartfelt ap. preciation of the work which the ladies' committee had done during the past year. He knew something about their work and the unceasing supervision they exercised. Were it not for the voluntary work of the ladies not only in the work of the Associa- tion, hut in the collection of subscriptions, he did not see how such a work could be carried n. He was pleased to move from the chair that their deep thanks be accord- ed the ladies' committee for their efforts, during the past year, and that they accept with regret the "esignation of Mrs. S. Pul- ford, who had been one of their most active members. The Rev. Fr. Ryan seconded the proposi- tion, which was supportoa By tile Rev. Dr. Oliver and carried unanimously. The Rev. Dr. Oliver proposed that Mrs. J. T. Morgan be appointed on the commit- tee to fill the vacancy caused by the rceig- nation of Mrs. Pulford. The proposition was unanimously carried. On the motion of Mrs. D. E. Morris, se- conded by Mrs. Johnson Jones, the best thanks of the Association and Ladies' Com- mittee were accorded Mrs. Ayer for her able and painstaking work as hon. secretary of the Association. Mrs. Ayer, acknowledging the eompli ment, said it was a pleasure to do the work, and she desired to recognise the help and support she received from all the mem- bers of the committee. The Rev. Dr. Oliver and Mrs. Morris, on behalf of the meeting, recorded their ap- preciation of the Nurse's work. Dr. Oliver thought it would be an encouragement to Nurse Jones that they should acknowledge her diligent services. The Rev. Fr. Ryan proposed a vote of thanks to Mrs. Johnson Jones, remarking that though fully occupied in many direc- tions she was still able to give full atten- tion to the Association, with the best re- sults. Mrs. Williamson seconded the proposi- tion, which was carried, and the proceed- ings closed with complimente to the Vicar fo.r presiding.

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