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ROYAL MASONIC INSTITUTION FOR GIRLS . . ST . JOHN ' S HILL , BATTERSEA RISE , S . W . CHIEF PATRONESS : HER MSJESTY THE QUEEN . PATRON AND PRESIDENT : H . R . H . The PRINCE OF WALES , K . G ., & c M . W . G . M . GRAND PATRONESS : H . R . H . THE PRINCESS OF WALES . FOUNDED 1788 . CENTENARY FESTIVAL , 1888 . FRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF STEWARDS : The Right Hon . The EARL OF LATHOM , D . G . M , Prov . G . M . Lancashire , Western Division . Brethren willing to act as Stewards on this important occasion will greatly oblige by sending in their names as early as convenient . F . R . W . HEDGES , Sec . 5 , Freemasons' Hall , W . C .
PHILP'S * " * "ONE AND ALL " wCelebratedPlateandGlassPolish Is absolutely free from Grit & Mercury , Acids , or any injurious substance . It cannot be surpassed for burnishing gold , silver , nickel , and all kinds of white metals , and for cleaning gilt moulding , marble , showcases , shop windows , mirrors , chandeliers , and glass generally . It is extensively used by the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigati . m Company on board their steamers , by the principal West End silversmiths and jewellers , and by Sheffield and Birmingham Electro-Platers , Sec Price 3 d ., 6 d ., & is . Wholesale of Messrs . BARCLAY & SOUS , 95 , Farringaon-street , E . C , or of the Proprietors—THOMAS PHILP & CO ., 14 , Salcombe Koad , Stoke Newington , London , N ,
,JOHNGOW, tVv ^ ' NEW BROAD ST ., E . O . . - ¦ rt' ( . Outside Rai . vay Station ) . nrtVVy ^ HONEY LANE MARKET , CHEAPSIDE . Y ^ 93 , THEOBALD'S ED ., HOLBORN , W . C . . rt 125 , BROMPTON ROAD , S . W . f * K 5 &** ' JOHN GOW always has on sale the V 3 ** Largest Stock in London of the Very Best ^ . O Quality at Lowest Prices , Barrelled viGjTO ^ ' Oysters . 0 * - * PERFECTLY-FITTED OYSTER SALOON Now Open at New Broad Street .
PAINS IN THIS HEAD , FACE , AND LIMBS , GOUT , RHEUMATISM , AND RHEUMATIC GOUT , Immediately T 7 * ADE S and Speedily Relieved JQ * cured by r * AND ry HE T JMATIC piLLS . Which , require neither confinement nor alteration of diet . IMPORTANT TESTIMONIAL FROM TRADE'S MB . FRANK WRIGHT , PILLS . JJ The Comedian . x T-T . ADE'S PILLS . ¦ ^ Prince of Wales Theatre , x Tj ] ADE'S Birmingham , Feb . 19 th , 1887 . piLLS . - Dear Sir , —I have been a great suf- l TRADE'S ferer from the gout for the past five piLLS . •^ years . As there arc so many actors suf- ¦ L "CJADE'S fering from this terrible scourge , I write piLLS . ¦ ' - ' this for their benefit and the public at x TPADE'S large . Your Pills will keep olf any at- piLLS . J- tack of gout if taken at the first twinge , * - TRADE'S as prescvibed . and if after the disease has . piLLS . •* - ' set in will cure it in two or three days . - - TJ'ADE'S I would sooner think of going on the piLLS . XJ stage without my wig than neglecting - * - "I ? ADE'S to have a bottle of your really wonderful piLLS . 1 J Pills about me . - - Tj ] ADE'S Yours faithfully , piLLS . ¦ u FKANK WEIGHT , Comedian . J"gADE'S Mr . G . Bade . piLLS . TRADE'S Do not be persuaded to take any other piLLS . - Pills for the above distressing , painful ' ¦ L "PADE'S disorders , as EADE'S have been proved piLLS , J - ' by thousands to be the safest and most ± JJADE'S effectual remedy . piLLS . Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors , in Bottles , Is . lid ., and 2 s . 9 d . GEOBGE EADE , 727 c 4 os-well Ed ., London .
SI j 1 H 8 f ~ I Caused by wear , promptly removed W I III U I from Ladies' Jackets , Gentlemen's I i | I U I > Coats , & c , any colour , by a NEW " DRY PROCESS . Sole Inventor . W.A.ALLERY, Tailor , Breeches Maker , Costumier , & c , 63 , OXFORD STREET , W . Opposite Parkins and Gotto ' s . REPAIRS , ALTERATIONS & GENERAL CLEANER . Six Months guarantee given with every Garment made at this Establishment to remove Shine free of charge .
A FACT . —HAIR COLOUR WASH will bring grey hair to its original colour in two hours . This Is guaranteed , IOS . 6 d ., sent for stamps . Splints for Bow Legs , 2 is , Enamrlling , 42 s . Nose Machine , 10 s . 6 d . Skin tightener , 3 s . 6 d , —ALEK . KOSS , 31 , Lamb ' s Conduit-st . near Holborn ) , London , Established 1859 ,
'T \ HE FIRST MASONIC FESTIVAL of the ensuing year will be that of the RoyalMasonicBenevolentInstitution FOR AGED FREEMASONS AND WIDOWS OF FREEMASONS , GRAND PATRON AND PRESIDENT : HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES , K . G ., M . W . G . M ., WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE AT Freemasons' Tavern , Great Queen Street , LONDON , ON WEDNESDAY , 2 OTH FEBRUARY , 1888 , Upon which occasion Sir GEORGE ELLIOT , Bart ., M . P ., R . W . Prov . G . M . South Wales ( East Division ) , Has been pleased to signify his intention of Presiding . Brethren are earnestly invited to accept the office of Stewards upon this occasion , and they will greatly oblige by forwarding their Names and Masonic Rank , as soon as convenient , to the Secretary , who will gladly give any information required , and supply them with the necessary circulars , & c . It is fraternally hoped that , upon this occasion , owing to the large number of Applicants and the few vacancies , Brethren will use their influence to obtain donations towards the funds of the Institution , which were never more needed than at the present time . Expenditure in Annuities alone £ 15 , 000 . Permanent Income only j £ 3 Goo . JAMES TERRY , Vice-Patron , P . G . S . B ., Secretary . 4 , FREEMASONS' HALL , LONDON , W . C .
ELECTRIC LIGHT , f . gg Permanent or Temporary * V ^ o " by Accumulators . O * W ' The ONLY Safe & Reliable Method . ' A » / Y Used by the City Companies , the Bank of / y . » £ y England , the Rojal Mint , Lloyds , and ** SJ ^ s » many Banks , Insurance Offices , and ^ 5 y Private Kesi . iences . & ELECTRICAL POWER STORAGE CO . Q "" ( LIMITED ) , V 4 , Gt . Winchester St ., E . C .
W.WALLER, TheatricalCostumierandWigMate. Fancy Costumes supplied for Balls , Fetes , and Carnivals . Portable Theatres & Scenery Pitted in Town or Country . Costumes for every published Play may be had on Hire Also Dress Suits for Banquets , Balls , & c . Estimates and Catalogueof Goods forwarded on application . 84 & 86 , Tabernacle Street , Finsbury Square , London ,
THE LODGE OF SINCERITY , No . 174 , WILL SHORTLY PUBLISH ITS HISTORY FOR THE LAST 103 YEARS . BY BRO . JOHN NEWTON , F . R . A . 8 ., P . M . 174 ( and late Sec ) , P . M . 1607 , P . Z . 174 , 975 , & c . PRICE to SUBSCRIBERS , 5 s . nett ; by Post , 55 . 6 i . Royal Svo , bound in Cloth . The Subscription List will close on January 18 th for Printing , after which date the ± -rice will be 7 s . ; by Post , 7 s . 6 d . Application for Copies , with Remittance , to be addressed to the Secretary , Bro . C . H . WEBB , 3 , Wharf-road , Cubitt Town , E .
Q HIRTS . —F 0 RD ' S EUREKA DRESS SHIRTS "The most perfect fitting made . " —Observer . QHIRTS , —FORD'S EUREKA DRESS SHIRTS . " ' A Large Stock . Sixteen Different Sizes . In the Finest Linen . 5 s . 6 d ., 7 s . 6 d ., gs . 6 d . OfllRTJj — FORD'S EUREKA SHIRTS . Special to Measure . 30 s ., 40 s ., 45 s . the half-dozen . Illustrated Self-Measure , post tree . R . FORD & Co ., 41 , Poultry , London . Q HIRTS . —0 LD SHIRTS RE-FRONTED . Wrist and collar banded , fine linen , 3 for 6 s . ; Superior , 7 s . ( 3 d . ; extra fine , gs . bend three ( not less ) with cash . Returned ready for use , carriage paid . R . FORD & Co ., 41 , Poultry , London .
MASONS' CERTIFICATES , & c . FRAMED TO ANY DESIGN . H.MORELL 17 and 18 , Great St . Andrew St ., Bloomsbury , W . C , London . Manufacturer and Importer of all kinds of Picture Frame and Decorative Mouldings ( Two Million Feet always in stock ) . Every requisite for the Trade and Exportation . Illustrated Book of Patterns post free for three penny stamps .
" Now Ready , Price 4 d . Each , post free . flfowmlcCIjrMmasGatta, Printed in colours for Craft , Royal Arch , & c . 4 varieties . GEORGE KENNING , THE "FREEMASON" OFFICE , 16 , GREAT QUEEN STREET , W . C ,
Telephone No . 6637 . LONDONFEVERHOSPITAL, LIVERPOOL ROAD , N . ITOn . THE TREATMENT OV SCARLET FEVER , TYPHUS , TYPHOID , DIPHTHERIA , MEASLES , and all other Contagious Fevers , FOUNDED 1802 . PATRON—H . R . H . THE PRINCE OF WALES . PRESIDENT—THE EARL OF DEVON . TREASURER—SIR R . N . FOWLER , BART ., M . P . HON . SECRETARY—C . J . STEWART , ESQ ., SECRETARY—MAJOR W . CHRISTIE , at the Hospital . THE LONDON FEVER HOSPITAL affords Absolute Safety from the spread of disease by patients suffering from contagious fever , by admitting them into its wards , and there isolating them . The Admission Fee is Three Guineas , which pays for as long a period of treatment and nursing as may be necessary , generall y six weeks . This fee covers only about a fourth of the cost ; the remainder is borne by the Charity . SpeeiaJ . Privileges to Governors . —Governors have the privilege of Free Admission for their own Domestic Servants . An Annual Subscriber of One Guinea , after the second payment , or a Donor of ^ 10 10 s . in one sum , becomes a Governor . For an Annual Subscription of Two Guineas , Firms , Clubs , and Hotels are entitled to send one employe to the Hospital free of cost ; for an Annual Subscription of Four Guineas , two employes ; and for an Annual Subscription of Five Guineas , three employes . There is private Accommodation for those who may require it at £ 3 3 s . per week . Nearly 1000 patients have been treated this year . FUNDS ARE MOST URGENTLY NEEDED Not only to carry on this useful work , but to enable the Committee to build extra accommodation , suitable to the requirements — medical and otherwise — of the present day .
HELP FOE THE WORTHY POOR AND DESERVING UNEMPLOYED . FIELDLANE REFUSESJfflDJMfiBDSCHOOLS. THE COMMITTEE of this old-established Charity for relieving the really deserving Poor , are compelled to make a very urgent appeal for Funds for the continuance of their work . The work is carried on amongst the most destitute of the poor , both old and young . The Institution possesses no reserve fund to fall back upon . About £ 1200 is required for the support of the Institution to the close of the present year . Upwards of 200 persons are maintained weekly . Some 3000 benefits ( temporal and spiritual ) are , in addition , conferred every week . HOT DINNER GIVEN DAILY TO 150 CHILDREN . The Committee trust that the M ASONIC BODY will help them in this time of difficulty and pressure . On behalf of the Committee , PEREGRINE PLATT , Secretary . Vine Street , Clerkenwell Road , E . C . P . S . —Contributions viill be thankfully received by the Secretary , or may be paid to our Bankers , Messrs . Barclay and Co ., 54 , Lombard Street , E . C ; or Messrs . Ransom and Co ., 1 , Pall Mall East , S . W .
AD.HARPER, "fyp r ^ The Original Manufacturer of 1 , 673 GOLD BLOCKED SHOW CARDS , And Inventor of REGISTERED ARTISTIC NOYELTIES IN ADVERTISING , 22 & 23 , CHURCH STREET , ISLINGTON , N . Samples on Application . Samples of the NEW IVORINE POCKET ALMANACS , with Memo Tablet combined , now ready . Washable and untearable .
PLEYEL , WOLFF . ! Co . 'S PIANOS . THESE CELEBRATED PIANOS may be Hired for ihe Evening , on Moderate Terms . PlANOo FOR SALE , and may be Purchased on the THREE YEARS' SYSTEM . Sole Agency—170 , NEW BOND STREET , W .
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