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The Rhyl Isolation Hospital. At a special meeting of the Rhyl Urban Council in Committee held in order to take into consideration the Isolation Hospital question, the Clerk reported that several of the applicants for the post of Assistant Nurse had withdrawn their applications since the last meeting. One only of the last two in- vited to appear before the Committee at this meeting had accepted the invitation, viz., Miss Hilda McCormick, of Middles- borough. After the interview, it was proposed by Councillor Frimston, seconded by Councillor Taverner,—" That Miss McCormick be ap- pointed at a salary of £25 per annum, pay- able monthly, subject to the entire control of the Matron, as under the hospital rules and regulations, as to conditions of engage- ment, &c., but subject further to one month's notice of resignation on her part, or forfeiture of one month's salary, or one month's notice by the Matron to terminate the engagement, except in case of insubordination or miscon- duct, in which case rule 21 shall apply." On payment of a month's salary to release from her present situation, Miss McCormick agreed to commence her duties at the Hos- pital on the 17th inst. Miss McCormick, after the close of the; meeting, proceeded to the Hospital to see Miss Morris, the Matron, when it was ar- ranged for the latter to go on her holidays (one month) the next day.

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