The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 84
The Committee of the Wellington Ladies' Christian Association have much pleasure in presenting to the members a short report of the work they have been engaged in.
It is now eight years since this Association was formed, and during that time it has steadily, if slowly, added to its numbers and extended its operations. The Committee are greatly encouraged by the success which has attended their labours during the past year, and trust that the year on which they are entering will prove to be one of greater prosperity than any of its predecessors.
The only change that has taken place among the office-bearers of the Association has been the appointment of Miss Caverhill as Secretary.
It may be advisable to mention that this Association, including the "The Alexandra Home for Friendless Women," has now been incorporated as a separate Institution under the Hospitals and Charitable Institutions Act, which has just come into force, and has compelled the Committee to seek for incorporation.