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FL10408347

1898

Thursday. Mr Fletcher conducted eveng Service
12 pupils

Friday 22nd
Nothing of importance to record
12 pupils

Saturday 23rd
Sub Matron & Laundress out for the afternoon & evening.

Sunday 24th
Mr Hartley conducted morng Service
Mr Smithers afternoon Do
Matron & Officers out to their usual Services

Monday 25th
Nothing of importance to record
12 pupils

Tuesday 26th
Ladies Sub Committee
Agnes Hope admitted for a time
Florrie Jones asked to leave the Institution
The Ladies could not see that she had any good reason for going
away and told her she must wait for the General Committee's consent.
The Missionary's Journal was read and the Matron's Requisition
book signed.
12 pupils

Wednesday 27th
Nothing of importance to record
12 pupils

Thursday 28th
Mr Rowsell conducted eveng Service
11 pupils

Friday 29th
Revd G Trowes conducted Service
11 pupils

Saturday 30th
Matron & Teacher out for the afternoon
Annie Blair brought by the Matron of the Benevolent Asylum asking that
she may be received waiting the decision of her Ladies Committee.

FL10408347

1898

Thursday. Mr Fletcher conducted eveng Service
12 pupils

Friday 22nd
Nothing of importance to record
12 pupils

Saturday 23rd
Sub Matron & Laundress out for the afternoon & evening.

Sunday 24th
Mr Hartley conducted morng Service
Mr Smithers afternoon Do
Matron & Officers out to their usual Services

Monday 25th
Nothing of importance to record
12 pupils

Tuesday 26th
Ladies Sub Committee
Agnes Hope admitted for a time
Florrie Jones asked to leave the Institution
The Ladies could not see that she had any good reason for going
away and told her she must wait for the General Committee's consent.
The Missionary's Journal was read and the Matron's Requisition
book signed.
12 pupils

Wednesday 27th
Nothing of importance to record
12 pupils

Thursday 28th
Mr Rowsell conducted eveng Service
11 pupils

Friday 29th
Revd G Trowes conducted Service
11 pupils

Saturday 30th
Matron & Teacher out for the afternoon
Annie Blair brought by the Matron of the Benevolent Asylum asking that
she may be received waiting the decision of her Ladies Committee.