Limerick Mechanics’ Institute Reports Financial Stability and Appeals for Increased Membership

The Mechanics’ Institute in Limerick recently presented its balance sheet for the six months ending 31st March 1901, showing a financially stable state. The total income amounted to £600, with £176 16s as the remaining balance after expenditure on repairs, maintenance, and furniture.

The committee mentioned that three of the five Library Committees are utilizing the Institute for their books and meetings. The library and reading room have also seen increased activity among members and the committee aims to further emphasize the benefits to attract more members and ensure prompt payment of membership fees.

The committee hopes that by highlighting the benefits the Institute provides, they will encourage more members to join and make proper use of the facilities available, ultimately strengthening the Institute’s standing in the community.

Northants Evening Telegraph – Saturday 13 April 1901

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