The Day School 1893 March

Jane Lee

Our expenses were unusually heavy last year, owing (1) to the need of a new infant gallery, (2) to sanitary requirements, and (3) to an unavoidable increase in the salaries of the assistant staff. It will be seen that we have consumed the balance which we had in hand at the commencement of the year; and we can only trust that a good grant, and the willing and liberal help of our subscribers, will set us right again. The accounts were duly audited at the Committee Meeting on February 2nd, when it appeared that we had 2 Subscribers of more than £3, twenty of £1 up to £2 2s, and sixty-six of 10s 6d. And under, making a total of eighty-eight Subscribers. This shows a considerable increase in the number of small subscriptions, which speaks well for the popularity of the School, and we doubt whether any School in the town can show a better record; but we cannot do without the liberal sympathy of our larger Subscribers, and we trust that they will lend a willing ear to our indefatigable collector (Miss Lambe), to whom our best thanks are constantly due.
The Report of H.M. Inspector has not yet arrived.

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