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EAST StDE NURSING ASSOC!AT!ON.

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EAST StDE NURSING ASSOC!AT!ON. I ANNUAL MEETING: A FLOURISHING INSTITUTION. Ald. CoAwiU prided over t<he lafrgoly a,t- ten)d)Bd annual mectJJig of the East Side Numaing Asaoed&tion aA M<M-tts-]ame Bchooib, St.. Thomas, on Monday night. The annual report or this adimiiraMe in- stitution showed t!!ta.t the nurses' work has i,netreased by nearly 50 per cent. since 1911 t —the mimber of cases nursed rising from 115 in 1911 to 153 in 1&15; visits paid from 3,066 to 4,455 ? whilst the deaths fe.ll iwm 26 to 12. Fortunately, too, the year has boon an excellent one from the nnanciaJ sbajidpoint, Aft 'r meeting an expenditure of £100 16&. 7d., a balance in.ha.nd is Mt of JS56 Q&. 4d. all told—laj-gely due to the very g)ood results of the houselt-o house oolloctiion, tthe waxwofka €{tite!rtai!nmefnt tha.t Mrs. Dr. Brioe orgainiaed, and Mr. Coutts' benent. Aid. Col\vall, in a cha¡r.a.ctaristic speech., ptpa-ised the work of the institution in the highest farms, a.nd uj'ged them to press on wHth securing a second nurae in view of the widely scattered nature of the dL?trM;t. The officials elected a-nd -?-elected for the ,r were:—Oommnittee, Mrs. B'rioe, Mra. Mat- thews, Mi.ss Parket', 11'8. Peacock, Mrs. J. Reas, Mrs. Seldon, Mii&. D. Williams and Mrs. J. Parrott; heaides Me&srs. Dr. Brice, T. P. Staphene, Morgnn Rees, Refv. T. Wil- liainis, thfe G<utardiajts' representa-tive (at p'resent Mr. W. J. Williama), and further membeTB to be selected by tihe St. Stephen's Maite V<yioe Choir (\vho aamg a nu = of agpeeable and sp'iirtt.&d chotruaejs dpTing t'he evening, to the acoampaniment of Miss Jones, and with f-tirtber contnbutMtna of aoica by MiBSEH Jom&s a.nd Peacock), and by -Nlr. -NFZA Re.&a, who is to get two com- mfitteemen from Pentredh'\v'VtJ1í. Mr. H. Ley8hon waa elected hon. treasurør, vice Mjr. Fred Jones, who is regipang aJter hay- i'ng served nince 1905, and Mr. A. Trevor WiHijamm, hon. secret&ry. Dr. BT'lÏc,e had. to regTet to report that Mr. W. R. Stephens, formcrlv oo-se.Tetary with Mj. Trefvor WiUi&m.s, is ]iesi)g'niihg affttsr nine yeaa's' wm"k; and the doctor paid the high- est tribute to thdforts of Mr. Stephens in keepinE t.he intstitution soinB' IN THE OLD UP-HILL DAYS, in educating the pi)ibH<: to th.e -mlu!e, of a traaned nmr&e, a.nd his g'enaraJ. self-sacriSoe MMi in<ifuist.Ty in setting up an inhtittitioii now HoufriBhing and Srmlv rooted. A bieatty vote of thamka WM accorded him (aa a.!ao to th'e officials, collect,.),rs, dhonr, and friends and hypers of t.he instiliiticyn tg'enera.Ily), and at!so to Mr. Fred Jones, a.n<d the quea- t'an of a preeMitAtion to Mr. Stephens wa,3 &lao TMaed a<nd put in hand.

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