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EXTENSION

OF THE

ospttal for Cotti^umption,



BROM PTON.



The pressure for Admission having rendered an Extension a long-felt necessity,
a NEW BUILDING has been erected (opposite the existing Hospital) containing

137 ADDITIONAL BEDS,

making a total of 321 Beds, all of which are fully occupied.

The ordinary expenditure of the parent Hospital is nearly £17,000 a year,
and the Maintenance of the New Building increases the Expenses to over
£24,000 a year.

The Charity being unendowed, is dependent on Donations, Annual
Subscriptions, and Legacies. CONTRIBUTIONS are therefore much
NEEDED, and are earnestly solicited in Aid of the Funds.

Treasurer -.—'W . S. DEACON, Esq.
Bankers :— Messrs. ^YILLIAMs, Deacon, & Manchester & Salford Bank, 20, Birchin Lane, London

WIJLLIAM H. THEOBALD, Secretary.



METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL,

KINOSLANB ROAD, N.E.



SUPPORTED BY
VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS.



Patron




H.E.H. Tlie Prince of Wales,

Chairman :
Joseph Fry, Esq.

Treasurer :
The Right Hon. Lord Battersea.

Hon. Secretary :
Sir Edmund Hay Currie.

The new building for l6c beds is now completed, but owing to want of funds only 54 are at present

available for In-patients.

The help of the beneyolent is most earnestly solicited.



p , f GLYN, MILLS & Co.
Bankers | llqYD'S BANK, Ltd.



CHARLES H. BYERS, Secretary.

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HOME MISSIONS OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

ARUNDEL HOUSE, VICTORIA EMBANKMENT, LONDON, W.C. {OMosite tht Temple Ry. Siaiion.)
Patron :-HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN.

THE AKCHBISHOP OP CANTERBURY. ' THE ARCHBISHOP OP YORK.
Secretary :— REV, PAUL PETIT.

THE OBJECT OF THE SOCIETY.

TO ASSIST in the Salvation of souls by increasing the number of Clergy in our large manufacturing
towns, our sea-ports, our mining and widely-spread agricultural districts.

PRESENT WORK.
For the year ending Lady-Day, 1894, the Committee voted £^T,2()y to 966 parishes, towards the
maintenance, wholly or in part, of 1162 curates who are working amongst an aggregate population of
over 7,000,000. The total amount of the stipends of these additional clergy is ;{^i 50,076 a year.

FURTHER 37EEDS.
The income of the Society's General P'und, from all sources during 1893, was only £74,720, as
against ^'87,476 in 1892. This diminution of income has compelled the Committee to announce that
after Michaelmas many grants must be withdrawn, and others considerably reduced.

It is hoped that it may not be necessary for these changes to be permanent. The reinstatement of
grants, however, can only take place if large additional support is received in the course of this year.
The ability of the Society to make and continue Grants depends on the Voluntary
Contributions received year by year.

PRINCIPLES ON WHICH GRANTS ARE GIVEN.

1. The actual li'ants of each parish in regard io population and income are considered.

2. No party considerations influence the appropriation of the funds.

3. The Curate is appointed by the Ituninbent, and licensed by the Bishop, in accordance with the law

of the Church of England.
The Condition on which all grants are made is, that additional se>-vices, sermons, and house to house

visitation shall be undertaken.
Contributions should be sent to the Secretary (Rev. Paul Petit), at Arundel House, London, W.C.

Cheques and Post Office Orders should be made payable to "The Secretary," and crossed

"Coutts & Co."
March, 1 894.

CITY OF LONDON TRUSS SOCIETY,

Established 1807. 35, FINSBURY SQUARE. Established 1807.
FOR THE RELIEF OF THE RUPTURED POOR THROUGHOUT THE KINGDOM.

Patron: H.R.II. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. Treasurer: JOHN NORBURY, Esq.

THE patients, numbering nearly 10,000 in the year, are of both sexes and all ages, from children
of a month old to adults over ninety-five.

Upwards of 493,300 patients have been relieved since the formation of the Charity.

ADDITIONAL FUNDS are GREATLY NEEDED to meet the increasing demands on the
Charity. Premises recently enlarged, providing, iftter alia, a separate entrance, waiting-room, and
female attendant for female patients.

SUBSCRIPTIONS, DONATIONS, and BEQUESTS will be thankfully received by the
Society's Bankers, Lloyd's Bank (Limited), 72, Lombard Street ; and by the Secretary, at the
Institution.

N.B. — Patients are relieved gratuitously in, and from all parts of the United Kingdom and

the Colonies.
March, 1894. JOHN WHITTINCiTON, Secretary.

HOME OF REST FOR HORSES,

FRIARS PLACE FARM, ACTON, W.

(J?te0t^enf :— HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF PORTLAND.
Bankers— Messrs. COUTTS & CO., 59, Strand.

ADDITIONAL FUf^DS ARE GREATLY NEEDED.

Office— iZs, VicToiuA Street, S. SUTHERLAND SAFFORD,

London, S.W. Secretary.



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CITY OF LONB0N LYINGf-IH HOSPITAL,

|afromss : HER GRACE THE DUCHESS (ELIZABETH) OF WELLINGTON.

frtasunr : A. J. ROBARTS, Esq. gunlurs : Messrs. ROBARTS, LUBBOCK & CO.

THIS Hospital, which was instituted in 1750, affords medical and surgical
treatment to poor married women, both as in and out-patients.
Pupils are trained in Midwifery, also as Monthly Nurses.

Patients delivered last year, 2,197 ; delivered in the Hospital since 1750,
58,239.

The Expenditure in 1893 exceeded the Income by over £1,500.

NEW ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED,

R. A. OWTHWAITE, Secretary.

THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE SUPPLY
OF PURE VACCINE LYMPH,

12, PALL MALL EAST, LONDON, S.W.

Sole Agents for

Dr. Warlomont's Calf Vaccine.

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Charged Small Points, 5s.

Tubes two-thirds full (same as those mentioned above, but without source) in quantities for export, ;^s per 100 tubes.

Pin-points uncharged, Is. per dozen. Vaccinations by appointment. Office hours, 10 to 4 ; Saturday, 10 to 2.

P.O.O.'s (including postage, and crossed London and Westminster Bank), with orders payable to

EDWARD DARKE, Secretary.

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Dr. J, COLLIS BROWKE'S

CHLORODYNE

Is the Great Specific for

CHOLERA, DrARRHCEA,
DYSENTERY.

GENERAL BOARD OF HEALTH, Londoft,
REPORT thai it ACTS as a CHARM, one dose
generally sufficient.

Dr. GIBBON, Army Medical Staff, Calcutta, states,
"two doses completely cured me of diarrhcea."

DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE
is the true Palliative in NEURALGIA, GOUT,
CANCER, TOOTHACHE, RHEUiVIATISM.

T\R. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE

-1^ is a liquid medicine which assuages pain of every
KIND, affords a calm refreshing sleep without headache,
and invigorates the nervous system when exhausted.

DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE
rapidly cuts short all attacks of EPILEPSY,
SPAS-MS, COLIC, PALPITATION, HYSTERIA.

TMPORTANT CAUTION.— The immense sale of
■*• this remedy has given rise to many unscrupulous
imitations. Be careful to observe Trade Mark. Of all
Chemists, is. lid., 2S. gd., and 4s. fid.

Sole Maniifactmer-J. T. DAVENPORT, 33, GREAT RUSSELL STREET, W.C.

t d^kctrkal Stani^ariri^mg, Casting
ancr Ctammg Instifution.

PRI^-CIPAL:— HUGH ERAT HARRISON, B.Sc, M.I.E.E.



COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA,
BRONCHITIS.

DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE.
—Dr. J. C. BROWNE (late Arrny Medical Staff)
discovered a remedy to denote which he coined the
word CHLORODYNE. Dr. Browne is the sole inventor.
and, as ihe composition of Chlorodyne cannot possibly be
discovered by Analysis (organic substances defying elimina-
tion), and since the formula has never been published, it is
evident that any statement to the effect that a compound is
identical with Dr. Browne's Chlorodyne must be false.

This caution is necessary, as many persons deceive
purchasers by false representations.



DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE.
-Vice-Chancellor Sir W. PAGE WOOD stated
publicly in Court that Dr. J. Collis Browne was UN-

DOl'BTEDLY the INVENTOR OF CHLORODYNE, that the

whole story of the defendant Freeman was deliberately
untrue, and he regretted to say it had been sworn to. — See
The Times, July 13, 1S64.




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being associated with most of the leading Electrical Firms and Central
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a proper practical insight into their future profession. Prospectus on
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INSPECTING AND TESTING DEPARTMENT.

The Institution undertakes the inspection and test of electrical plant,
and certifies the same either on behalf of Manufacturers or Buyers. Private
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Terms on application to the Secretary.

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Telegraphic Address—'' STANDARDIZING, LONDON."



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AND



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Head f3, WHITEHALL PLACE, JERITH IRONWORKS, KENT, and

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In order to meet the growing demands in Electrical Development the old
established and well known firm of Easton and Anderson have amalgamated with
W. T. GooLDEN & Co., of Woodfield, Harrow Road, under the above title. They
are thus enabled to carry out Economically and Efficiently all Electrical Work in
connection with Estates, Mansions, &c., such as

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Attention will be directed, as heretofore, to the arrangement and carrying out of

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WATERPROOF WALLS.

THE SEARCH FOR A REMEDY

FOR

DAMP AND DECAY IN MASONRY.



The search for the present remedy for damp and decay represents more than half a
century of experiment and observation.

In 1829, the Austrian Government sent an officer of Engineers, named Szerehney, to
Italy, to investigate the subject and, after some years of study, he produced a process which,
in 1 84 1, was successfully applied to wet and unhealthy casemates in Egypt.

In 1833, when decay was beginning to show itself in the stonework of the still new
Houses of Parliament at Westminster, Colonel Szerelmey was in London, and placed his
experience and processes at the disposal of the British Government for the purpose of
arresting the decay.

His proposals were not immediately accepted ; the decay of so important an edifice had
naturally attracted much public attention, and similar offers had been made by others. The
principal competitors were invited by the Board of Works to submit their processes to trial
and experiment, in order that they might be reported on by experts on behalf of the Crown,
and the best available process selected. The experts appointed were Professor Faraday,
D.C.L., F.R.S. ; Sir Roderick Murchison, President of the Royal Geographical Society and
of the Geological Society ; and Sir Charles Barry, F.R.S., R.A., &c., the architect of the
building proposed to be treated.

The tests occupied some two years, and resulted in an unanimous decision in favour of
Szerelmey's process. Faraday said "The trials, and I may say large experiment, made by
Szerelmey are better than any of the rest." Murchison said, " I have no hesitation in saying
that the process of Szerelmey is the best." Barry said, " I recommend the application of it
to the external masonry of the New Palace as a specific against all decay." Large portions
of the building were therefore treated, and fifteen years after the work was finished, namely
in 1872, the first Commissioner of Works, Mr. Ayrton, stated in the House of Commons
that Szerelmey's process " was undoubtedly the best."

During the next twenty years Szerelmey's Liquid was largely used ; although it never
entirely failed, its effect was not always equally good; therefore, in 1875, the house of
Szerelmey & Co. caused the whole subject to be investigated anew, in the light of the
experience of the preceding twenty years, and with the advantage of the general advance of
knowledge during that time. Szerelmey himself had retired, and the investigation was
placed in other hands, with the result that a new product, commercially known as Szerelmey
Stone Liquid, No. loi, was cautiously introduced about 1876.

The experience of eighteen years in aU climates, under all conditions, and with all
varieties of material, having established the efficacy and reliability of Szerelmey Stone
Liquid, No. loi, it is now thought advisable to discontinue the manufacture of the older
compositions, and to call attention to the newer product whose superiority has been
established by the test of time.

Not only the tests of the manufacturer, but also the results obtained by purchasers,
prove this. The statements of critics who have bought and paid for the material they report
upon, and who communicate, for the benefit of others, faithful information of results
obtained under every day conditions, are peculiarly valuable.

Forty such reports are contained in the Appendix to a Pamphlet recently published,
from which the above account is extracted ; they state the results obtained in hundreds of
authentic cases, and constitute conclusive evidence that a remedy for damp walls and stone
decay has been found, which has stood the test of time.

SZERELMEY AND WATERPROOF WALLS, a description of the Cause and the Cure of Damp
and Decay in Masonry, with an Appendix containing Reports by Professor Faraday, F.R.S.,
Sir R. J. Murchison, F.R.G.S., Sir Chas. Barry, F.R.S., and forty others, covering the period
from 1855 to 1894, viz., forty years.

A Copy of this Pamphlet will be sent free on application to

N. C. SZEHELIVIEY ^ CO.,

ROTHERHITHE NEW ROAD, LONDON, S.E.

Telegraph: "Szerelmey, London."



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