from St. Martin-in-the-Fields
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Through the night of doubt and sorrow (A. and M. 274 ; S.P. 678)
Confession and Thanksgivings Psalm Ixxxiv
Hymn, When I survey the wondrous
Cross (A. and M. 108 ; S.P. 133)
Address by the Rev. PAT MCCORMICK , D.S.O.
Hymn, We sing the praise of Him
Who died (A. and M. 200; S.P. 132)
Organist, J. H. Alden
An appeal on behalf of THE MATER INFIRMORUM HOSPITAL, BELFAST, by HAYDN MULHOLLAND, Ophthalmic Surgeon to the Hospital
The Mater Infirmorum Hospital, Crumlin Road, Belfast, on behalf of which Haydn Mulholland is appealing tonight, is supported entirely by voluntary contributions. The Hospital was founded in 1883, and rebuilt, extended, and formally opened in 1900. The additions included the extern providing additional accommodation near the main building, and recently a new nurses' home has been erected in connection with the Hospital. The following figures give some indication of the excellent work done by the Hospital. Last year 3,698 in-patients and 34,448 out-patients were treated in the Mater Infirmorum ; in addition to this, during the year the Hospital dealt with 15,207 accidents and 2,164 operations.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to the Treasurer, [address removed]
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