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SWANSEA HOSPITAL. QUESTION OF PRINCIPLE INVOLVED. Miss Dillwyn presided at the usual monthly meeting of the Swansea Hospital Board of Management, which was held on Wednesday morning. Included in the minutes of the House Com. mittee which were read by the Secretary (Mr. W. D. Huebes) was a reference to a letter from Mr. Law concerning the treatment of a seaman belongine to the steamship Dublin. It appeared that the man sustained a broken rib The doctor was of the opinion that the case was not serious enough to be detained, and the committee wrote to Mr. Law pointing out that the Hospital was not an institution for destitute people simply because they were destitute. The man was sent to the Sailors Home. Mr. H. Goldberg said he was not present at the committee meeting, and therefore bad not previously heard of the case. He thought the whole question ought to receive con- L, h sideration. Miss Dillwyn The House Committee went into it very carefully.. Mr. Goldberg said it seemed to him that a man with a broken rib was a fit patient. He was inclined to think there was some amount of prejudice against sailors. Miss Dillwyn: He was not excluded because s be was a sailor, but because the case was so Miss Brock stated that she had spoken to the doctor, who said a man with a broken rib could get about as well as a man with a broken arm. providing it was properly 861- Mr. Goldberg said he would bring the matter up again, and the minutes were adopted.

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