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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 38

The Mona Union Tent

The Mona Union Tent.

To the Editor of the Rechabite Magazine.

My dear Sir and Brother,—Last year you were good enough to insert in the Magazine a few particulars showing the financial position of the Mona Union Tent, No. 22, to the 31st December, 1877. The balance sheet for the year ending 31st December, 1878, is now before me.

I enclose a statement of income and expenditure, which shows that after paying all claims for sick, funerals, doctor, rent, salaries, procession expenses, &c., the balance, being profit on the year, amounts to the large sum of £303 17s. 11d., which, added to the sum in hand last year, gives £4,555 3s. 2 ½d. This amount is accounted for as follows:—Secured on house and land property, £'4,367 7s. 2d.; in banks, 162 3s. 8d.; due by Juvenile Tent, £20 14s.; in Tent box, £4 8s. 4 ½d.; and if the interest (£72 4s. 3d.) due but not paid, be added, gives a total worth of £4,627 7s. 5 ½d. The Mona Offspring Juvenile Tent has a balance in hand of £109 5s. 11d. The funds in hand of the Mona Union Tent will average fully £12 6s. per member. Great praise is due to the officers of these Tents for the lucid manner in which the balance sheet is prepared each year.

—Yours sincerely,

H. T. Mc.Iver, P.H.C.R.