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From Dominion Notes. Published in NZMJ 1912;9(41):83–7.The movement to erect a Maori Hospital and Training Home for Maori nurses at Lansdowne, near Masterton, in connection with which Mrs. Tai Te Tau is taking a leading part, is being well supported. About £1100 will be required for the building, and of this amount over £300 has been collected from Maoris who are interested in the project, Mr. Ngata, M.P., having contributed £100.In addition, Mr. Puhara Te Tau has given two acres of land at Lansdowne for a site for the hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Tai Te Tau and relatives have decided to donate the income from forty acres of their land to the upkeep of the institution. It is hoped to collect a sum of £500 from the Maoris, and this will carry a Government subsidy, which will leave about £100 to be obtained.It is proposed to ask assistance from the European population in connection with the collecting of this amount (says the Masterton Times). Mrs. Tai Te Tau hopes to have the building erected before the winter.Maori patients suffering from any kind of ailment or injury will be treated at the institution, and Maori girls will be taught the art of nursing.

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From Dominion Notes. Published in NZMJ 1912;9(41):83–7.The movement to erect a Maori Hospital and Training Home for Maori nurses at Lansdowne, near Masterton, in connection with which Mrs. Tai Te Tau is taking a leading part, is being well supported. About £1100 will be required for the building, and of this amount over £300 has been collected from Maoris who are interested in the project, Mr. Ngata, M.P., having contributed £100.In addition, Mr. Puhara Te Tau has given two acres of land at Lansdowne for a site for the hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Tai Te Tau and relatives have decided to donate the income from forty acres of their land to the upkeep of the institution. It is hoped to collect a sum of £500 from the Maoris, and this will carry a Government subsidy, which will leave about £100 to be obtained.It is proposed to ask assistance from the European population in connection with the collecting of this amount (says the Masterton Times). Mrs. Tai Te Tau hopes to have the building erected before the winter.Maori patients suffering from any kind of ailment or injury will be treated at the institution, and Maori girls will be taught the art of nursing.

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From Dominion Notes. Published in NZMJ 1912;9(41):83–7.The movement to erect a Maori Hospital and Training Home for Maori nurses at Lansdowne, near Masterton, in connection with which Mrs. Tai Te Tau is taking a leading part, is being well supported. About £1100 will be required for the building, and of this amount over £300 has been collected from Maoris who are interested in the project, Mr. Ngata, M.P., having contributed £100.In addition, Mr. Puhara Te Tau has given two acres of land at Lansdowne for a site for the hospital and Mr. and Mrs. Tai Te Tau and relatives have decided to donate the income from forty acres of their land to the upkeep of the institution. It is hoped to collect a sum of £500 from the Maoris, and this will carry a Government subsidy, which will leave about £100 to be obtained.It is proposed to ask assistance from the European population in connection with the collecting of this amount (says the Masterton Times). Mrs. Tai Te Tau hopes to have the building erected before the winter.Maori patients suffering from any kind of ailment or injury will be treated at the institution, and Maori girls will be taught the art of nursing.

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