FROM THE STUDIO
Conducted by the Rev. ERIC SOUTHAM, Vicar of St. Mark's, Portsmouth
Hymn, ' Lead, Kindly Light' (A. & M., No. 266) Scripture) Reading Address Prayers
Hymn, ' God that madest earth and heaven '
(A. & M., No. 26)
THE Infirmary at Fairmile House, the Poor
Law Institution, serves not only Bournemouth and Christchurch, but some of the adjacent country parishes, including Highcliff and Sopley. There are on the average about two hundred patients in the Infirmary, many of these being chronic cases, while a considerable proportion of the inmates are bed-ridden. Donations should bo sent to [address removed]
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