Charity Record And Philanthropic News, March 31, 1881

Charity Record And Philanthropic News

March 31, 1881

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Issue date: Thursday, March 31, 1881

Pages available: 16

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Publication name: Charity Record And Philanthropic News

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 3,342

Years available: 1881 - 1888

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Charity Record And Philanthropic News (Newspaper) - March 31, 1881, London, Middlesex THE AND PHILANTHROPIC THE ONLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE CHARITIES OF THE COUNTRY PUBLISHED MARCH PRICE A NATURAL HARRISONS EUCALYPTISEB The most agreeable and effective Disinfectant ever The extraordinary properties of the Eucalyptus Tree in destroying Miasma and Purifying the Air are now fully The Eucalyptisud Crystals are a combination of the refreshing and health giving odours of the Eucalyptus and Pine Trees in a concentrated alon with a powerful Supplied direct in cases at and In quantities of not less than carriage paid to any Railway Rail way and large establishments supplied on special Samples and Testimonials on application to the MOBS London Agent FKANK Manley Kennington GOVERNESSES BENEVOLENT INSTITU Incorporated by Royal with power to hold land by gift or The Societys ANNIVERSARY DINNEII will be held at Williss Rooms on May the Right Sir MICHAEL in the PRESENT LIST OP The Right the Earl of Darby The Riht Lord Alexan der Victor Paget The Right the Lord Dnnaany The Right Lord Denman The Right Lord Ebury Alderman Sir Whetham Alderman Ellis Sheriff Waterlow Arthur Risdon Frederick Patey The Board invite noblemen and gentleman to give their support by their or as stewards on the Stewards carrying three not charged to of or The objects of this Society are Temporary assistance to governesses in Annuity Annuities to aged secured on invested and thus independent of the pros perity of the annuities purchased by ladies in any way connected with education upon Government security A Home for Governesses the intervals between their A system of entirely free of An asylum for the THE HOSPITAt FOR the Prince of Earl of Bankers 5 and 54y and Pall Mall The Committee earnestly APPEAL for HELP to maintain the efficiency of thia unendowed DAYID Seoro George Trinity Cambridge The George Tiiubrell Thomas William Frederic William John treasurer John Jeff ryes Robert Pearce Edward Henry Henry BARNARDOS HOMES for FRIENDLESS and DESTITUTE Right the EARL Right the LORD and SouthWestern Bank Bow TheCommittee very earnestly APPEAL for HELP to carry ou the work of these containing over ONE THOUSAND homeless or orphan In connection with the Institution there are cottage homes for girls at a home for little boys in and three large homes for and girls in the East of all engaged in training children for useful and industrious Destitute cases are always and may be sent to the office at any hour of the day or Other not so are carefully inquired into and decided Childrenare admitted irrespective of differences of or and in spite of physical disqualifications that frequently lead to their being rejected No voting is required to obtain There is no and the whole work is dependent the free will offerings of the Afcout will support one child in the Institution a whole The Homes are always open to visitors except on Saturday afternoon and 18 to ETROPOLITAN FREE Temporary The only Free General Hospital in the east end of FUNDS are urgently NEEDED for the new Secretary HOME FOE LITTLE near FUNDS urgently REQUIRED to enable the CoTimiktee to and Train to Industrial Work the 300 Homeless and Destitute rom all pa ts of the now sheltered and oared for in the Cottage Homes at POPLAR HOSPITAL for to every case of accident or More than two miles from nearest general SUBSCRIPTIONS and DONATIONS earnestly and NATIONAL ORPHAN tHAMJ near For Fatherless the Duke of the rPjincesB of Committee The Lord The Committee earnestly Bolicifc meet the pen8fl8 Strand Farquhar ft ;