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Sick Benefit Society

The Argus, 27th January 1893

Local Intelligence

A sick benefit society has been formed in connection with the P.S.A., and members can be enrolled next Tuesday evening at 7.30, at the Congregational School, Rushden. Age 16 to 50. Sick pay 10s. per week ; divide surplus at Christmas. Further particulars from Rev. M. E. Parkin.

[further on in the same newspaper]

Sick Benefit Society—A well-attended meeting was held in the Congregational Schoolroom on Tuesday evening, to take into consideration the formation of an Auxiliary Sick Benefit Society.

It was decided to commence at once, and a committee was appointed to draw up rules, &c., and submit them to the first meeting of members on Tuesday next.

Members are to be admitted from 16 to 50, and the sick pay 10s. per week.

A large number are joining, many of whom are not in any other club.

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