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Coulter, Joseph
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An historical review of the Society for the Relief of Destitute Children : from the year 1852 up to the time of requisitioning of the Society's buildings and lands, in 1915, by the federal authorities for military hospital purposes / by Joseph Coulter
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Nf 362.732 C855
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[Randwick, N.S.W.] : The Society, 1916
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248
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Contents

HISTORICAL REVIEW of HARDWICK ASYLUM for the RELIEF OF DESTITUTE CHILDREN N. S. W. 1
An HISTORICAL REVIEW of the SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF DESTITUTE CHILDREN 3
CONTENTS. 5
ORIGIN and FORMATION of the SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF DESTITUTE CHILDREN. 7
APPEAL. 9
ACT OF INCORPORATION. 12
AMENDED ACT. 15
FIRST BYE-LAWS OF THE SOCIETY BASED UPON THE PROVISIONS OF THE PRECEDING ACT OF INCORPORATION. 16
II. MEMBERS. 17
III. PATRON. 18
IV. OFFICERS & BOARD OF MAEAGEMENT. 18
V. MEETINGS OF THE SOCIETY. 18
VI. DUTIES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND HOUSE COMMITTEE. 19
VII. THE TREASURER. 20
IX. SURERINTEKDENT and MATRON. 21
VIII. THE SECRETARY. 21
X. EDUCATION Off THE CHILDREN. 21
XI. RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 22
XII. DRESS, FOOD, and GENERAL CARE OF CHILDREN. 22
XIII. VISITING. 23
XIV. MEDICAL OFFICERS. 23
XV. THE RULES. 23
OFFICE-BEARERS and DIRECTORS of the SOCIETY of SIXTY-THREE YEARS. 24
PRESIDENTS. 25
VICE-PRESTDENTS. 25
HONORARY TREASURERS. 26
HONORARY SECRETARIES. 27
MEDICAL OFFICEES. 34
HONORARY CHAPLAINS. 35
MASTER and MATRON. 35
OTHER HONORARY OFFICERS. 35
STOERINTENDENT and MATRON. 35
LADY VISITOR. 36
LIFE DIRECTORS. 41
LIFE GOVERNORS. 43
LIFE MEMBERS. 44
CONSOLIDATION OF THE WORK OF THE SOCIETY WITH A TEN YEARS’ CLASSIFICATION. 50
1862 to 1871 (inclusive). 56
MEDICAL REPORT. 57
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. 61
WATER SUPPLY AND SANITARY ARRANGEMENTS. 61
FARM AND GARDEN OPERATION. 63
ADMISSION AND APPRENTICESHTP OF CHILDERN. 65
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION. 66
FORM OF APPLICATION FOR AN APPRENTICE. 68
TERMS OF APPRENTICESHIP. 70
INFORMATION FOR APPRENTICES from the ASYLUM FOR DESTITUTE CHILDREN, RANDWICK, NEW SOUTH WALES. 71
PERPETUAL SUBSCRIBER'S FUND. 73
RECITAL OF TRUST DEED. (Referred to in the Report.) 73
FORM OF A BEQUEST to THE SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF DESTITUTE CHILDREN, IN THE BOROUGH OF RANDWICK, HEW SOUTH WALES. 75
INDUSTRIAL OCCUPATIONS WITHIN THE BUILDINGS IN 1873. 77
NORTH AND WEST. 77
SOUTH WEST AND WEST. 77
SOUTHERN COAST. 77
REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON PUBLIC CHARITIES – DATED 27th MAY. 1874 – WAS NOT ALLOWED TO PASS UPON THE QUESTION OF THE AVERAGE COST OF EACH CHILD. 80
TABULAR STATEMENT of the ATTENDANCE OF DIRECTORS at the MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, 87
EXTRACTS FROM THE OFFICIAL VISITING-BOOK. 88
FOLLOWING LETTERS ARE EXTRACTS FROM APPRENTICES LETTER-BOOK:- 89
SIR EDWARD PEAS THOMSON, K.C.M.G. 91
NECESSITY FOR THE ERECTION OF A RECEIVING, HOUSE. 93
SPECIAL VISIT OF THE BRITISH, COLONIAL AND FOREIGN COMMISSIONERS TO THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. 94
RANDWICK ASYLUM PUBLIC BOYS’ SCHOOL. REGULAR INSPECTION. 98
RANDWICK ASYLUM PUBLIC GIRLS' SCHOOL. REGULAR INSPECTION. 99
RANDWICK ASYLUM INFANT SCHOOL. GENERAL INSPECTION. 100
VISITORS’ OBSERVATIONS. 102
Extracted from the “Sydney Horning Herald", 16th March,1880. 104
Following Letters are Extracts frpm. the Apprentices' 106
REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS of the THIRTIETH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Subscribers to the SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF DESTITUTE CHILDREN. 111
PRESENTATION OF A BEAUTIFULLY-WORKED BANNER BY THE [?]HEN MAYORESS OF SYDNEY (MRS. JOHN HARRIS) TO THE BAND OF HOPE ON THE 16th MAY._1881, THE COST OF WHICH WAS DEFRAYED AS 114
VISIT BY THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES PRINCE EDWARD & PRINCE GEORGE. 114
TREE PLANTED BY HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF CLARENCE in the presence of H.R.H. PRICE GEORGE (HOW HIS MAJESTY THE KING.) 115
VISITORS OBSERVATIONS. 118
FORM 1882 to 1891. DISCIVERY OF AN ARTESIAN WELL AT RANDWICK. 125
OPERATIONS OF THE BOARDING-OUT SYSTEM SYSTEM WHICH BEGAN IN 1883. 127
REVEREND CANON STEPHEN,M.A. 128
VISIT BY EARL ROSEBERRY. 128
APPRENTICES. 129
CONVALESCENT HOME, AT MINTO. 129
IMPROVEMENTS. 130
REPORT UPON THE PRECAUTIONS TAKEN, AGAINST, FIRE BY MR. SUPERINTENDENT BEAR, OFF THE METROPOLITAN FIRE BRIGADE. 131
BEQUEST OF THE LATE MRS. MARY ROBERTS. 132
CHANGES IN THE OFFICIAL STAFF. 132
MR. SIMEON HENRY PEARCE, J.P. 132
REPORT FROM THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN. 133
REPORT FROM TIE PROTESTANT CHAPLAIN. 133
ENTERTAINMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR AND LADY JERSEY. (Extracted from the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD December 10th 1891.) 134
VISIT BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR, LORD JERSEY. 134
VISIT BY THE MOST REVEREND THE PRIMATE AND LORD BISHOP ON SYDNEY. 134
PRESENTATION TO G. F. WISE. 137
1891 COPY. RANDWICK ASYLUM (BOYS) FOURTH CLASS. 138
SECULAR EDUCATION. 139
COPY. RANDWICK ASYLUM (GIRLS.) FOURTH CLASS. REGULAR INSPECTION. – 23rd March, 1891. 140
1892 to 1901. 141
CHILDREN BENEFITED TO DATE. 142
PARENTAL OBLIGATIONS. 142
INDUSTRIAL OCCUPATIONS. 143
LADY HAY & MRS. JOHN DUNMORE LANG. 143
MR. ROBERT HILLS & MR. JOSEPH GRAHAM. 144
AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. (1894,) 145
MEDICAL OFFICERS’ REPORT. 146
TABULAR STATEMENT of the ATTENDANCE Off DIRECTORS at the MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT. And of the House Committee, DURING THE YEAR 1895. 147
1896. 148
HON. JOHN DAVIES, M.L.C. 150
VISIT BY VISCOUNT HAMPDEN. 150
DEATHS IN CONNECTION WITH THE BOARD OP MANAGEMENT IN 1897. 151
QUEEN'S JUBILES CELEBRATIONS. (Extract, from the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD 23rd Tune, 1897.) 152
TABULAR STATEMENT of the ATTENDANCE OF DIRECTORS at the MEETING OF THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT, And of the House Committee, DURING THE YEAR 1898. 153
FAREWELL TO THE GOVERNOR (VISCOUNT HAMPDEN.) 154
48th ANNUAL REPORT. 155
RANDWICK ASYLUM – GIRLS. 156
SECULAR EDUCATION. 156
GIRL'S SCHOOL AT RANDWICK ASYLUM. LIST OF CHILDREN PRESENTED AT INSPECTION FOR EXEMPTION CERTIFICATES. 158
RANDWICK ASYLUM – BOYS. REGULAR INSPECTION – 15th, 18th, 19th September, 1899. 159
PUBLIC (BOYS’) SCHOOL AT RAKDWICK ASYLUM. LIST OF CHILDREN PRESENTED AT INSPECTION FOR EXEMPT ON CERTIFICATES. 160
MRS, JANE DARVALL. 161
1900 162
STATEMENT SHOWING THE INVESTMENT OF TRUST FUNDS ON HAND ON THE 31st DECEMBER, 1901. 164
GENERAL MANAGEMENT. 167
NEEDLEWORK RETURN. 167
PARENTS' CONTRIBUTIONS. 167
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. 168
FARM PRODUCE. 168
SANITATION. 168
ACT OF INCORPORATION CONSOLIDATED. ACT NO. 36, 1901. 169
SCHEDULE. 171
1902 to 1915. 172
HONORARY CHURCH OF ENGLAND CHAPLAIN’S REPORT. 175
HONORARY ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPLAIN’S REPORT. 175
HONORARY DENTIST'S REPORT. 176
HONORARY PRESBYTERIAN CHAPLAIN'S REPORT. 176
APPRENTICES. 177
WITHHOLDING OF GOVERNMENT SUPPORT. SOME PLAIN SPEAKING BY THE DIRECTORS. 177
UNITED CHARITIES FUND. A WIDE-SPREAD ORGANIZATION. 178
“JUVENILE COURTS.” 178
DEATH OF HIS MAJESTY KING EDWARD. RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD. 179
SOLID SERVICE RENDERED BY THE SOCIETY TO THE STATE, AND ITS CLAIMS FOR CONTINUED AND LIBERAL SUPPORT. 180
FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS MAY ALSO BE READ WITH INTEREST. 181
PROPOSAL BY THE GOVERNMENT TO UTILIZE THE INSTITUTION FOR THE PURPOSE OF A TRAINING COLLEGE NOR TEACHERS. 182
LATE MR. JAMES STEDMAN. 183
PROPOSED TEACHERS' COLLEGE. ALTERATION IN THE SITE. TO BE ERECTED IN THE UNIVERSITY GROUNDS. 183
GENERAL MANAGEMENT. 1913 184
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS. 186
VISITATION OF CHILDREN WHO ARE SERVING THER APPRETICESHIP IN THE COUNTRY. 186
APPRENTICES’ CERTIFICATES. 187
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS. 189
AUDITOR’S REPORT. 191
TRIAL BALANCE AT 30th NOVEMBER, 1915. 191
FINAL BALANCE SHEET INCOME AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNT. 192
INCOME. 193
BALANCE SHEET, 31st December, 1915. 194
CLOSING RETURNS. 195
LAST STAGES IN THE SOCIETY'S HISTORY. 197
"Evening News," 13.8.1914. 199
AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE. 199
EXTRACTS FROM NEWSPAPERS. 199
HOUSE JOURNAL MINUTE, 27.8.1914. 199
AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL PORCH. 200
HOUSE COMMITTEE MINUTES, May 20th. 1915. 201
HOUSE JOURNAL 14-9-1914. 201
BOARD MINUTES 27-5-1915. 202
HOUSE JOURNAL – Sunday, May 23rd, 1915. 202
HOUSE JOURNAL. 21-5-1015. 202
SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT THEREON. 202
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD, 27-5-1915. 203
BOARD MINUTE BOOK, 15-6-1915. SPECIAL MEETING. 204
HOUSE JOURNAL, 15-6-1915. 204
LETTER FROM THE MINISTER FOR PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 205
HOUSE JOURNAL, 24-6-1916. NEWSPAPER CUTTING. 206
HOUSH JOURNAL, 23-6-1916. 206
DIRECTORS' PUBLISHED REPLY THERETO. RANDWICK ASYLUM. 207
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE. House of Representatives. 208
COMMONWALTH OF AUSTRALIA. 209
RANDWICK ORPHANAGE. 209
STRONG PROTEST BY THE DIRECTORS AGAINST ANY INTERFERENCE BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT. 209
ABILL 213
LETTER FROM THE COLLECTOR. 213
Daily Telegraph, 22-7-1915. 217
AMENDMENT CARRIED. 218
Sydney Morning Herald. 22-7-1915. 218
15-7-1915. STORMY DEBATES. PARLIAMENTARY STRIFE. 219
17-7-1915, LABOR SPLIT. 220
22-7-1915. RANDWICK ASYLUM. CASE FOR THE LEFENCE 221
PAIRED AND VOTED. 222
RANDWICK ASYLUM. 222
27-7-1915. RAIWICK ASYLUM. 223
RAIWCK ASYLUM. 223
MR. GRIFFITH’S THREAT. 224
STATEMENT BY COLONEL WALLACK (STATE COMMANDANT). 225
Daily Telegraph, 13-8-1915. RANDWICK ASYLUM. 226
“Sun”, 13-8-1915. NO CONFISCATION. 227
BAKDWICK ASYLUM. 228
SUMMARY OF SUBSEQUENT EVENTS. 230
TELEGRAM FROM MINSTER FOR PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, 30-8-1915. 230
COMMONWALTH OF AUSTRALIA. 231
OFFICERS, APPRENTICES, AND CHILDREN LEAVE THE INSTUTUTION. 231
COWONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. 232
MILITARY FORCES OF THE COMMONWEALTH. 2ND MILITARY DISTRICT. 232
ORDER UNDER PARAGRAPH 4 OF THE WAR PRECAUTIONS REGULATIONS 1915. 232
1915. MILITARY AND NAVAL HOSPITAL HOME BILL. 233
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION N.S.W. 233
MILITARY AND NAVAL HOSPITAL HOME BILL. 234
ACT NO. ,1916. 235
"Herald", 30-8-1916. RANDWICK MILITARY HOSPITAL. 239
SCHEBUIE TWO. 239
SCHEDULES. 239
SIXTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT of the Directors. of the SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF DESTITUTE CHILDREN RANDWICK. 240
SUPERINTENDENT – MR. COULIER, J.P. 241
ACT NO. ,1916. 242
LATEST BILL. 242
SCHEDULE. 245

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