., 'IT.I ";'.".-NEATIT.|1916-01-15|Herald of Wales and Monmouthshire Recorder - Welsh Newspapers Online
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'I T. I NEATIT. Mrs. A. Victor Goodman. NeathJs pevpaJ^ eJjXT*tk>nigt, had a flattering re- eeptioR at Cba Cardiff Red Cross Hospital cofoeri, at which else recited Spoitty" with iatertse dramati-c j>ower. Since the war thse gifted lady has given elocu- ,tionary recitals tfh mug bout South Walea, and has done much to encourage recruit, tng. Only recently Mrs. Goodman oon- tributed to the programme given at the Swansea Y-M.C-A. by Mr. Ernest Rolls' Revue Cempany. In tlvis labour of love, Mrs. Goodman's rwitais have been re- sourcefully aooomijauied on the piano by Mr. W. E. Harris. For the effinvearienoe of readow inter- ested in local tribu-nul affairs, we are castrod to stato that the clerk. Mr. Edward Powell, has removed hip offices to in, rfie^th-terrace, London-road, Neath. Three Neath mneicians have. rra-ineri .«:HCt-ed positions in tie rwyint list, at honours 01 th London College of Ktnio., Miss Maggie Creek gained the diploma. with the A l.C.M. degree; iliss Eveline Dodd the senior certificate first uivision; and Mr. W. H. Thoat-i- passed the aaeociate ezamin;i- tion in the.ory,. entitling him to the decrees, A.Mus., LuCJ.M. A meeting, consisting of studeDts of the I Neath Board of the Ton;c Sol-fa College, has been held at the Anchor's Restaurant, Neath. Mr. Tom J. Wil- liams, Cwmgwrnch, presided. It was de- cided to present Mr. Jonah Morgan, secre- tary of the N?th B&ard, with an enlarged pLotograph of himself, in the College robes, a? a smaU token of the student?' appreciation on his mcent succeSB in ob- taining the degree of Mus. Bac. of Oxford. Brief addros«ss ;wero delivered by Mr. James Singleton, I'.T.S.C., .Pvrt Talbot; Mr Griffiths, E.T.S.C., Pontrhydyfen; and Mr. Broham. The duties of secretary I were carried out by Mr. Richard Leyehon, I L.T.S.C., Birchgrove, Llansamlet. NUKING ASGOCIATION. I The following interesting ?rticuIarB appear in the report for December, 1915, issued by A?igs Doris Wales, assistant secretary to the Neath Nursing Associa- tiDll General Cases.âCases on books 1st of' month, 45; new cases, 27; convalescent, 29; died, 11; parifili cases, 3; tubercular, 2; general visits, 777; parish visit3, 73; tubercular visite, 27; total visits, 877. Midwifery Cases.âCases? on books 1st of month, 4; new cases, 17; visits, 317; nights on duty, 6. Gifts.-Tiirkey from Mrs. Jenkins, Mrs. Jamea, Mrs. Bevan, Mrs. Sims, Miss Ken- way; Mrs. B. W. Davioe, 12 mince pies; Miss Gibhins, pudding; Mm. R. P7 Morgan, parcel for tho poor; Mrs. Grand- field. £ 1 for tire poor; Mrs. Moorc-Gwyn (junior), lOo.; Mrs. Morgan, The Hill, cake, two boxes of dates, ginger; Dr. O'Flynn, chocolates; Mrs. Walea, vege- tables and apples.

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