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Charity Record And Philanthropic News (Newspaper) - October 6, 1881, London, Middlesex THE AND PHIL ANTHROIf C THE ONLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE CHARITIES OF THE COUNTRY PUBLISHED VOL OCTOBER PklCE CHURCH OF ENGLAND Proposed Central Home for Waifs THE ARCHBISHOP OF establish a Central Home or Receiving obtain homes in families for destitute grant assistance to local Homes already Contributions will be thankfully received by the de East or they may be paid to the account of the at the Lambeth branch of the London and County Rational Cfrrift LONDON FINSBURY TREASURER SAMUEL COLONEL VlOErdiHAlRltfAlf OF COMMITTEE Thrift is promoted by thisSociety by the establish ment of Savings by the gratuitous of Thrift by the of and Addresses on by and Conferences on the by the adyqqacy of Life and in various pther now proposed raise a ifuttd of which i JDQNATiQNSr arej A earnestly Orders should be crossed flHAEITY YOTING EEEOBM ASSOCIATION To ensure a wise selection oJtthe most but the many applicants at every To abolish Trafficking in aboSsH for Votes by Card an4 To aboliflhPubliciPolling i J aPPseial to aid theirt in their Maritime worldV FUNDS and to the w De DR BARNARBOS HOIPJS FRIENDLESS and DESTITUTE Right the EARL TftcePresideritThe Right the LORD EINN Bank E The Committee very earnestly APPEAL for HELP to carry on the work of these containing over ONE THOUSAND homeless or orphan connection with the Institution are 30 cottage homes forrirls at a home for little boys m and three larSmes for boys andgirls in the East of all engaged in training children for useful and industrious DeSI case are always eligible and may be sent to the office at any hour of the day or not so urgent are carefully inquired into and decided ChuSare Emitted iriespective of differences1 of or creed and in spite of physical disqualifications that frequsiiUj lead to their being rejected Obtain and the whole work is dependent upon the Institution a whole Homes are always open to visitors except on Saturdayv afternoon and 0 SlTISH HOME na fortns of appUcation for candidates can be obtained at the j iln r t HOOD Ohairtaanv BpWARPWBAVBRj fleoretary LONDON BAGGTBD SBJEi i J1 m i 3Stre IIIIXU O rijn
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