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Karla at Sep 08, 2022 01:33 PM

FL10408038

1891

Sunday
17th. Mr. Hodgson conducted afternoon service.
The Matron Sub Matron & Teacher out to their usual services.

Monday
18th. Ellen Humphry so ill that it was
deemed adviseable to send her to the
Hospital. The Doctor receiving her said
she was decidedly a subject for
hospital treatment.
Mrs. Williams brought Mary Toohey from Callan Park.
Tuesday 3 pupils
19th. Ladies Sub Committee. Three applications
for the situation of Laundress.
Mrs. Everest to be given a fortnights
trial. Mary Toohey admitted.
Wednesday 3 pupils
20th. Mrs. Bray brought Catherine Copps
to be received.
Rvd. Joseph Campbell with Mr. W. P. Faithfull
gave the inmates a Magic Lantern
entertainment specially requested
by Mr. Alfred Cook who received them.
Thursday 5 pupils
21st. Nothing of importance to record.
Friday 4 pupils
22nd. Revd. C. F. Garnsey conducted services.
Saturday 6 pupils
23rd. Mrs. Hun Laundress left the
Institution. Mrs. Everest arrived.
Sunday
24th. Amy Dampier & Emily Donnelly
asked admission & were received.

FL10408038

1891

Sunday
17th. Mr. Hodgson conducted afternoon service.
The Matron Sub Matron & Teacher out to their usual services.

Monday
18th. Ellen Humphry so ill that it was
deemed adviseable to send her to the
Hospital. The Doctor receiving her said
she was decidedly a subject for
hospital treatment.
Mrs. Williams brought Mary Toohey from Callan Park.
Tuesday 3 pupils
19th. Ladies Sub Committee. Three applications
for the situation of Laundress.
Mrs. Everest to be given a fortnights
trial. Mary Toohey admitted.
Wednesday 3 pupils
20th. Mrs. Bray brought Catherine [indecipherable]
to be received.
Rvd. Joseph Campbell with Mr. W. P. Faithfull
gave the inmates a Magic Lantern
entertainment specially requested
by Mr. Alfred Cook who received them.
Thursday 5 pupils
21st. Nothing of importance to record.
Friday 4 pupils
22nd. Revd. C. F. Garnsey conducted services.
Saturday 6 pupils
23rd. Mrs. Hun Laundress left the
Institution. Mrs. Everest arrived.
Sunday
24th. Amy Dampier & Emily Donnelly
asked admission & were received.