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BARRY NURSING ASSOCIATION.

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to the health of the children, and unless something of this sort was done the nation would certainly deteriorate.âThe idea, Mr R. N. Davies considered, was an excellent one, because diseases were con- tracted in schools and were often unnoticed.â There was, in Mr Blainey's opinior a difficulty to be met. When a nurse found a Id suffering, and ordered it home and continued ittend there, the doctors might think that t were being slighted.-Mr Hughes thought tin ;ald be over- come, thinking that the nurses would only attend to minor ailments, and for more seriou9 complaints a card would be given to the parents stating that a doctor was required.âMiss Hughes comidered that in this way the teachers would become experts in detecting a child sickening for anythiiig.-On the motion of the Chairman, seeonded by Mr R. N. Davies, it was decided to make ac offer to this effect to the Education Committee. REQUEST TO TEACH ESS. At the suggestion of Mr T. Williams, it was decided to write to the local branch of the National Union of Teachers, with a view to inviting the teachers of the town to subscribe to the Nursing Association Fund. PIANO AN ATTRACTION FOR THE HOME. It was resolved, at the suggestion of Mr Blainey, to ask the Superintendent to report as to whether a piano would be an attraction to the Home. Mr Blainey thought it would. This was all the business.