An appeal on behalf of THE NEWARK TOWN AND DISTRICT
HOSPITAL by THE MARCHIONESS OF TITCHFIELD
On Newark Town Hall, overlooking the market square, is an indicator showing the progress made with the 17,000 scheme for a maternity block for the hospital—Newark's memorial of the silver jubilee of King George V. Over £4,300 of the money needed has already been subscribed. The income of the hospital comes largely from voluntary levies on employed workers in the town, and additional revenue is needed.
The Marchioness of Titchfield has twice been the speaker for good causes in London. Now she pleads a local cause. Her husband, the Marquis, is president of the Hospital.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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