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A Boon to Montgomeryshire.

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A Boon to Montgomeryshire. EYESIGHT OF SCHOOL CHILDREN TO BE EXAMIN AT THE COUNTY INFIRMARY. Aa a result of a conference between represen- tatives of the Education Committee and the Montgomeryshire Infirmary a working atiange- ment has now been arrived at whereby school children will be treated at Montgomeryshire Infirmary by a specialist for afflictions of the eye, throat and ear. The children of poor parents will be treated free of charge. The report, which was submitted by Messrs Richard Jones and Richard Lloyd at Tuesday's meeting of the Education Committee (and which was subse- quently adopted), contained the following three clauses:— _r J (a) "That in consideration of the Mont- gomeryshire Education Authority subscribing a minimum sum of 35 guineas annually to the Montgomeryshire Infirmary they be granted three out-patient tickets (eye, ear, and throat department) for each .£1 Is subscribed. (b) "That each ticket be available for four months during the year of its issue for the treat- ment of a child attending an elementary school, whose parents are unable to pay for such treat- ment, and that no admission fee be charged such Pa(c>n" That the Infirmary Committee undertake to arrange for a specialist in eye, ear, and throat cases to visit the Infirmary at Newtown one day a month, and to provide the necessary instruments and appliances for his use at the Infirmary." The Chairman (Mr Richard Jones) saict tnst, a letter had come from the Board of Education urging them tc provide for th63Q cases. The Infirmary Board, finding that they were in com- munication with the Board of Education, thought it was a good opportunity of co-operating with them in order that they might regularly engage a specialist on the best possible terms. They considered the terms were fair, and that in con- sequence they would be able to deal with those cases fairly, so he would propose that the terms be speonded. Mr Richard Lloyd seconded, and it was carried unanimously.

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