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Church Weekly (Newspaper) - June 4, 1897, London, Middlesex THE CHURCH WEEKLY. JtiNE 4," 1897, HOTICE.-Ths Gt'fkrtfafor Advtrtlse-ments of Births, fWarriatfss, and Deaths t* is* 6d, each announoe-mailt. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AMD DEATHS. MOS8E.-On the 28th. ult., at the Lickey, Vicarage, Barnt Green, the wife of the Rev W. G, Mouse, of a daughter. gerttfr. RAPIKK.-On the 28th uli., at Folkestone, Richard Christopher Rapier, M.Inst.CE,, of Hrlnkburn, Upper Tooting, oldest son of the Into Rev, Christopher Rapier, of Morpeth, Northumberland, In the 6rst year of lite age. MISCELLANEOUS. Miscellaneous Advertise-mente are charged at the rate of Is. for 24 word*; Id. for every ad dfttonol 2 words. Reduction on , *orlo�: 10% on 13} 15 % in 26 and 2*i % on f,2 inner rt. Ions. To Clruoymkn, Sunday School Supbrin- TltNIMCNTH, TKACMKHH, ANI� OTHKKH. TO BE LET FREE. A hwuitlfiil park-liko Moadow of about ton ncroo, portion of thfl Wliltton Park Estate, with a largo Hall oiipBl>lu of twitting nl>out 300 poisons; ulao anno Laktt- tt i) whole well enclosed. About five minutes walk from lioiiimlow Station, and fifteen minutes from Twlckon-lium (S W.U.l, ton inlUta from Hyde I'urk Corner. Teas provided, children, 4Id,, intuitu fid each, For particulars apply to Mr. J. Young, Doun Farm, Wliltton, MouiihIow. DIAMOND Year of Queen Victoria'n Reign; hiHtorical explanation of " Union Jack," five Coloured Diagrams, showing how Flag wan gradually built, 2d.-Miss ])., 8, Eldon Road, Reading. 100 Largo Silkn, Satins, is. ad.; 300 smaller, itt, 3d. 100 Loghouso Strips and Pattern New Patchwork, ts. sd. post free, - Miss McDonald, 22, Spear Road, Southampton. ICYCLE BASKETS.-Orders received for the above. Size oln. by 5Ain. deep, poHt free a/-. Other sizes made to order. Address, Ml�� E. Paokt, S, Mary'h Home, Broadstalrs. THE EUTHUGRAPH.-A Boon to the Blind nnd those suffering from weak sight. This invention enables blind persons to write legibly, with ease. Requires no practice. Prepaid is. 6d,, as. 3d., and 3s. 3d This last in decorated, furnished with stationery, and has a cover.-Mrs. Bull Southwell, Alton Rectory, Dorchester. QIX short PLAYS for CHILDREN, by a O Lady, suitable for Homo, or School. Successfully acted. Easy scenery. By post, 6Jd.--Miss Tiionokk, Clovodon, Somersetshire, pOR S.P.G. BABIES' BUNDLES of Frock, 1 Flannel Petticoat, Upper Petticoat, Shirt, Pinafore, Wool Boots (short coated), 3s. Od. Knitted Crossover, new shape, very warm, an. 6d, Pretty Print Pinafores, trlmmod lace, six for 3s ; ttpeclmens, MIbh G. Lancu, Chilton Lodge, Taunton. C^YCLE BASKETS. Best possiblo Easter J gift. Thoroughly good and smart, with Pretty Fancy Wish Card attached. To strap on handle bar. Would delight all cyclists. To carry small parcels, &c ; absolutely new Idea splendidly carried out. In Boxes 5s. each Ciont froo. Mihh, E H. Frkrk, Horham Rectory, Eye. CLERICAL. i PRIEST wanted (or Title given for Sept.) Catholic. Large, scattered parish. Diocese Durham. Quasi-sole charge. Stipend, 120 and unfurnished house-Address Rev. rthur Jones, Hitcham Rectory, Maidenhead. WANTED, at once, not over 40, to HELP on staff of West-end Church, for at leas., four months. Fair remuneration.- -Vicar (letter only), 116, Ladbroke-grove, W. PRIEST, disengaged shortly. Experienced. Mus,, active, Mod. High Churchman. Good with men and boys.-Address Clericus, Morchard Bishop Rectory, N. Devon. WILL any earnest priest offer himself for temporary, possibly permanent, WORK in connection with Mission of Good Shepherd, Southchurch Birch, Southcnd-on-Sea ? Usual stipend.-Rector, Southchurch, Southend-on-Sca, Essex. WANTED HOLIDAY EXCHANGE from July 9. Town priest, Catholic. Married or sister/ No children. Bracing,- Rector, Merton, Doltonf R, S. O., N. Devon. WANTED LOCUM TENENCY, near London, August and early September. -Rev. E, J. Cunningham, The College, Worthing. EPPING.-C URATE wanted, two churches. E.P. Good preacher, active, earnest. Stipend �150- Address Vicar, Epping. SITUATIONS. Advertisements under this heading are Inserted at half prioe, viz: 24 words or leas Sixpence. Each additional 4 words Id. RECTOR'S SON (29), well-recommended, is anxious to hear of any position of trust; salary no object; resident ; communicant; photo.--R., Billingford Rectory, Scole. CCOMFORTABLE HOME wanted for mar-J ried woman. Good cook ; aged 41,-Full particulars of Rev. C. H. V. Pixell, St. Faith's Vicarage, Stoke Newington. FARMER'S DAUGHTER desires situation as LADY NURSE or Help. Fond of children. Age 20. Reference.-Joyce, Wood-field, Renhold, Bedford. AS experienced NURSE. Six years' reference. Could teach if required. In or near London.-S.S., n, Crown-road, St. Margaret's, Twickenham. * '�PWO Country Servants (Disengaged). Plain 1 cooking, wash, iron. Long characters.- 9, Radnor-road, Canton, Cardiff. ALADY wants post immediately as Matron in Hospital or School. Excellent manager, trained nurse, sewer, packer; experienced. - Nurse, 152, High street, Notting-hill-gate, W. USEFUL LADY HELP wanted for housework. Comfortable home. Small salary. No children. Separate meals and sitting-room. North London-Apply, at once, Burton, 7, Marine-parade, Folkestone. MONEY, ETC. SOUND 5 PER CENT. INVESTMENT. -5 per cent. Preference Shares in Established lousiness for Sale at par. No Debentures Issued,-Apply to S. Banning, F.S.A.A., 20, Bucklersbury, London, E.C. HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. TO LET for the Jubilee Season, a roomy, well-built, furnished1 house, with good garden; close to Paddington Green Bathroom, hot and cold water. Seven bedrooms, dining, drawing; and reception rooms. Suitable for a family.-Apply to J. Wilson, 389, Edgware Road, W. WANTED very small, furnished HOUSE, suitable for invalid clergyman, for four or six weeks, from end of July, in quiet neighbourhood, within one mile of Crystal Palace. Rent about /i is' a week.-Apply, Mr. E. Skeffington, 163, Piccadilly* W. BROADS and SEA.--VICARAGE, near. 4 bedrooms; tennis ; boat; pony-trap. Station close. August. Five guineas weekly ; 3 if duty taken. Moderate views. Bring servants -Vicar, Marthen, Great Yarmouth. TO LET.-HOUSE, with small first-class Laundry Business. - For particulars, apply M. S.nGrove House, Ampthill, Beds. SCARBOROUGH. -To clergymen and others. Superior APARTMENTS. Bath, etc. Close to Spa and Esplanade. Mod. terms to end of June.-Mrs. Atkinson, Uplands, South Cliff. APPEAL WILL any benevolent Christian Lady or Gentleman AID a poor Officer seeking payment of the "just equivalent" guaranteed him in Royal Warrants on his retirement ? Full explanation given and secrecy observed.- AddreBS R.W., Office of " Church Weekly," 6, Paternoster-row, E.C. DEVOTIONS IN CHURCH. For those who are present at the Celebration 01 Holy Communion but do not receive it. Jd. each. 2s. per 100. CHURCH EXTEN8I0N ASSOCIATION, 6, Paternoster Row, London, EC OUR WORK 3U Home atxtr jkbxoab. 40 pp. PRICE ONE PENNY MONTHLY. 99 VOL. XX. No. 6. CONTENTS OF JUNE NUMBER :- Shut out. The Strange Adventurss of a London Beggar Boy. The Jubilee. Our Anniversary. Turning out. Whttechapel Sufferers. My Diary. Summer Sale. Patients wanted for a Dolls' Hospital. Footprints. Lodgings to Let. The Pinav foro and Prize Society. Leaves from our Log. June Festivities. Locul Secretaries' Conference. The Needlework Society. A Vain Woman's Story. The Sunshine Society. Question and Answer. The League of Charity. Jubilee Songs. CHURCH EXTENSION ASSOCIATION, 6, Paternoster Row, London, E.C. SEVEN LITTLE GIRLS. A Charming Story Book telling of the life and doinga of little girls of different nationalities. Price 1a. Postage 2jd. extra. OHURCH EXTENSION ASSOCIATION, 6, Paternoster Row, London, E.C. Readers responding to any Advertisement in " Church Weekly " would confer a favour by mentioning the paper as the source of their information. EPPSS COCOAINE yj cocoa-nib extract. (TEA-LIKE). The choicest roasted,nibs (broken-up beataW, >.' natural Cocoa on being subjected to powerful1h%� pressure, give forth their excess of oil, leaving far. c finely-flavoured powder-" Cocoalne," a product'�Tw!a" when prepared with boiling water, has the conskt�, ' of tea, of which it is now, with many, beneficially 3* 01 tea, 01 wnrcn u is now, wmi many, Deneficlallv tjuT the place. Its .active principle being a gentle n\2 HOME OF ST. BARNABAS, Founded 1895. President THE BISHOP OF ROCHESTER. General Council : The Bishop ot SHREWSBURY, the Blshon ot READING, the Bishop of THETFORD Bishop SELWYN, Bishop HORNBY, BlZ MACRORIE, the Dean of CHICHESTER, Z Dean of WORCESTER, the Dean of ROCHESTI'R the Dean of MANCHESTER, the Dean of ELY, the Dean of BRISTOL, the Hon. the Dean of HEREFORD the Dean of YORK, the Rev. the CHAPLAIN-GENE^ RAL, the Archdeacon of LONDON, the Archdeacon ol LEWES, the Archdeacon of MACCLESFIELD, fa Archdeacon of STAFFORD, the Archdeacon of DOR. SET, the Ven. Archdeacon CROSSE, the Wor. Chan, eellor ESPIN, D.D., Canon TRISTRAM, D.D., Canon FLEMING, B.D., Canon W. W. DOUGLAS, M.A. R.D., Canon G. F. MACLEAR, D.D., Hon. and Rev, E CARR GLYN, R.D., Canon RANDOLPH; Canon TOM PSON, Rev. JOHN ROB INS, D.D., Rev. ARTHUR HAMP, M.A., Rev. JOHN AUGUSTUS LLOYD, M.A., H. R. DUGMORE, Esq., H. ST. J. OSCAR THOMPSON, Esq., Hon. W. F. D. SMITH, M.P., FRED A. WOOD, Esq., J.P., Major C. B, MAYNE, R.E., JOHN C. TALBOT, Esq., M.P. Treasurers Rev. C. W. BOND, V.carot St. Nicholas, Brighton. PHILIP GERARD HOARE, Esq. Bankers Messrs. HOARE, 37, Fleet-street, London. Hon. Physician THOS. PIGGE, Esq., M.D., Dorman's Park, Surrey, OBJECTS. I. To provide permanent Homes for Aged Clergy who are p�st work, and for those who are incapacitated from incurable disease or other causes. II. A Home of Rest to which the Clergy who have broken down In their work (as well as convalet " cents) can be admitted for longer or shorter periods as necessary. III. A Home for Missionaries where those who have returned home invalided can be received, cared or, and nursed until able to resume their work There is no Institution in connection with the Church cj England that meets the cases that are provided for by tfo Home of St. Barnabas. It can truly be said that I hi mi for such an Institution has long existed, but the reasom /01 founding it are now stronger than they ever were btjon. Until funds have been collected to build the first portion of the permanent Home, provision has been made to receive urgent cases In a suitable house at Dorman's Park, a beautiful and healthy locality, on the borders ol Surrey and Sussex. A Wooden Church, within lift) yards from and opposite the Home, has been secured ai a low rent as the Chapel of the Institution. The Bishop of Rochester has licensed the building, and on Saturday. 21 st March, 10,96, gave his Benediction to the Chapel, House, and work. The Home is now open for the reception ot Thn In mates. Mrs. W. H. Cooper, who was Honorary Lady Superintendent of the Hostel of St. Luke, undertakes the same position in the Home of St. Barnabas, assisted by a highly qualified Nurse. SPECIAL AND EARNEST APPEAL. A Rector writes :-" I will give you Fifty Pounds nine others will each give a like sum." Fourteen inmates have been already admitted Several applications have been received, but cannot be entertained until the rooms are furnished. �10 10s. win furnish a cubicle, which will be named after the donor if desired. EIGHTH RESPONSE TO APPEAL. Fifty Pounds has been gratefully received from Mlsi Maynard. Only one donor is now required to claim Rector's �50. SUBSCRIPTIONS and DONATION will be thank fully received by Canon W. H. Cooper, Home of Si. Barnabas, East Grlnstead, or by either of the Treasurer!. Cheque to be crossed Messrs Hoare^.,, y Every Reader of u The CHURCH WEEKLY " is earnestly invited to get a friend to fill up and sign this Order Form; and send it to the Publishers, 6, Paternoster Row, London. 66 Please send me the "CHURCH WEEKLY" for Postal Order for................................ ......_........................._................. Name 99 _ Months, for which I enclose Address Dak.............. SUBSCRIPTIONS: For One Year pott free For Six Months Fov Three SCcntfct s. d 6 6 3 3 1 9 TO THE COLONIES. One Year post free Six Months , Three Months � Postal Orders to be made payable to C. Cluttfcrbuefc; s. d 8 6 4 4 2 2
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