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1338 to keep the French officials up to the mark and to get what they want. Railway officials know much better than militia officers what is requisite to make a train comfortable. Mr. TENNANT: I am afraid we cannot absolutely insist upon the French Government accepting those whom we choose to send over. At the beginning of the war we did select certain officers who had had experience of those matters, for the most part Army Service Corps officers. They were accepted by the French Government, and are, I believe, doing excellent work now in endeavouring to expedite trains. Of course, the difficulty is prodigious. When you have those enormous masses of men and not very great train facilities it does not require very much imagina- tion to see what a very difficult operation it must be. With regard to the Indian wounded who are necessarily detained in England previous to their departure for India, we hope in a few days to have 3000 beds at Brighton. In the meantime they are comfortably housed at Brockenhurst. Everything is being done to ensure the comfort of the Indian sick and wounded. Sir J. D. REES : Is there in the hospital any trouble con- cerning the food of any of the Indian troops? Mr. TENNANT: I think it is being perfectly done. There has not been any complaint so far as I am aware. Sir J. D. REES: I did not suggest it. Mr. TENNANT: I am glad the honourable Member does not. Of course, they have everything specially constructed and a special personnel. We are arranging for the use of mobile hospitals during the winter which we think may be particu- larly useful. The barge suggestion I confess is quite a new one to me. I shall be glad to lay the honourable Member’s suggestion before my medical military authorities, by whom I am sure it will receive the consideration it deserves. Whether it is possible or not is another matter. Mr. DOUGLAS HALL: A report on the system has been sent to some of the authorities and they have approved of it. Mr. TENNANT: I hope we shall be able to put it in force. The honourable baronet (Sir F. Banbury) informed us of a very distressing case, which I am afraid is only too true, of a wounded officer who came home without having had his wound dressed except for the initial dressing after it was inflicted. I can only express the hope that with the more perfect organisations which we now have there will be no recurrence of such a case. With regard to nurses, I hope I have said sufficient to satisfy the House. I will certainly convey the honourable baronet’s statement to the medical authorities, and if there is not room in the other houses the two hotels which he has mentioned will be utilised. Sanitation: Success of Measures Taken. I would say one or two words upon a phase of the medical activities which I think the country will consider as im- portant as those with which I have already dealt. I mean the question of sanitation. Every effort has been made to preserve the health of the troops in the field, and so far I may say they have been entirely satisfactory. The sanitary difficulties increase, of course, as the cam- paign proceeds. We are now endeavouring to see in advance what our requirements will be and to meet them. In this connexion we are preparing divisional sanitary companies, which will consist of sanitary in- spectors and men. Yesterday Sir A. Keogh, the Director General of the Army Medical Service, saw the members of a sanitary committee whom he had sent out to the front to examine into a phase of the situation which I told the noble lord in private conversation was causing me anxiety. The committee has just returned from a tour of inspection, and they assure us that nothing could exceed the sanitary condition of the actual trenches at the front. That, of course, is where the danger occurs. I would like to relieve the mind of the noble lord of any anxiety that I may have caused him in that particular. I can assure the House that I myself was greatly relieved by the information brought back by the committee. Of course, every precaution which science and the experience of these gentlemen can suggest has been taken, and the task-I hope it will be fully realised by the House-has been admirably conceived and well carried out. Proof of that is that we have had very few cases of enteric. I do not wish to go more fully into details as to the steps we have taken to preserve the sanitary condition of our soldiers, because I am informed that the statement might be copied by the enemy, and no doubt it is part of the military situation. If they are inefficient in their sanitary arrange- ments we will not regret it. Therefore, I do not wish to go further into the matter lest I should be aiding the enemy. But who is not liable to be lying awake at night thinking of the terrible hardships through which our troops have to go, and are daily and nightly undergoing, in the titanic struggle which is now going on ? Our troops have all the horrors which they have before their eyes, with frost-bites at nights now added, and if the horrors of disease are to be added to all this, then indeed it would be that we were not serving the State in the manner in which the State has a right to expect. We cannot always be certain of these matters, especially as the campaign goes on, and, as I have said, the dangers which confront the troops in the field become greater and greater almost from day to day, particularly when our troops move to the ground which has recently been occupied by the enemy and where there may be all the horrors of decomposition going on. I feel that the House realises the task which lies before us. Honourable Members will know that these are anxious times. I think that Members will be glad to know that so far as this phase of the situation goes we have been successful. We have been successful through the skill, energy, activity, and scientific knowledge of the Royal Army Medical Corps under Sir Arthur Sloggett. I should like the House not to withhold the meed of praise where it is due to men like Sir Arthur Sloggett and Sir Alfred Keogh. Appointments. Successful applicants for vacancies, Secretaries of Public Institutions, and others possessing information suitable for this column, are invited to forward to TERE LANCET Office, directed to the Sub- Editor, not later than 9 o’clock on the Thursday morning of each week, such information for gratuitous publication. BARTLETT. GEORGE NORTON, M.B., B.S. Lond., L.R.C.P.. M.R.C.S., has been appointed Medical Superintendent at the Exeter City Asylum. BUDD, ARTHUR, M.B., B.S. Durh., has been appointed Medical Officer and Public Vaccinator for the No. 7 District by the Launceston (Cornwall) Board of Guardians. CHRISTIAN, L. DE B.. M.B, C.M. Edin., has been appointed Cprtifying Surgeon under the Factory and Workshops Act for the Hounstow District of the county of Middlesex. DuCKRTT, A. H..M.B..Ch B. Aberd., has been appointed Non-resident Medical Officer to the Bath Poor-law Union. FARQUHAR, GEORGE G., M.B., Ch B. Aberd., F.R.C.S. Eng., has been appointed Honorary Surgeon to Darlington Hospital. GUNNING. C. J. HOPE, M.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P.Lond., has been appointed Honorary Opbthalmic Surgeon at the St. Marylebone General Dispensary (temporarily). L.ANGDALE-KELHAM, R. t).. has been appointed House Physician at University College Hospital. SANSOM. E. A. L.. M.R.C.S.. L.R.C.P Lond.. has been appointed House Surgeon at University College Hospital. Vacancies. For fccrther information regarding each vacancy reference should be made to the advertisement (see Index). BARNSLEY, BECKETT HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY.-Second House Surgeon, unmarried. Salary oCLOO per annum, with apartments, board, and laundry. BARNSLRY COUNTY B ROUGH.-Resident Tuberculosis Officer. Salary £300 per annum, with board and residence. BARNSrAPLE, NORTH DEVON INFIRMARY.-House Surgeon. Salary 2100 per annum, with board and laundry. BARROW-IN-FI’RNESS, NoRrH LONSDALE: HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon. Salary E150 per annum, with residence, board, and laundry. BIRKENHEAD AND WIRRAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, Woodchurch-road.- House Surgeon for six months. Salary oClOO per annum, with board, residence, and laundry. BIRKENHRAD BOROLTGEI HOSPITAL.-Junior House Surgeon. Salary :2100 per annum, with hoard and laundry. BIRMINGHAM GENERAL DISPENSARY.-Resident Medical Officer un- married. Salary 2240 per annum, with apartments, fire, lights, and attendance. BrRMINGHAM ROYAL ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL, Newhall-street.-Two, Clinical Assistants. Salary £25. BIRMINGHAM UNION.-DUDLEY-ROAD INFIRMARY: Second Assistant Medical Officer. Salary at rate of .6210 per annum. Third Assistant Medical Officer. Salary at late of £170 per annum. Fourth Assistant Medical Offiuer. Salary at rate of -Et60 per annum. ERDINGTON INFIRMARY AND COTTAGE HOMES: Assistant Medical Officer. Salary JE200 per annum. bELLY O&K INFIRMARY: Assistant Medical Officer. Salary at rate of £180 per annum. All with apartments, rations, laundry, and attendance. BRADFORD ROYAL INFIRMARY.-House Surgeon, unmarried. Salary 2100 per annum, with board, residence, and washing. BRtDSWATER HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon, unmarried. Salary at rate of :2125 per annum, with board, lodging, and washing. BRIGHTON ISOLATION HOSPITAL-Junior Resident Aedical Officer. Salary E100 per annu n. with hoard and lodging. BRISTOL GENERAL HOSPITAL.-Resident Obstetric Officer for six months. Salary at rate of oC120 per annum, with board, resi- dence, &c. BURY AND DISTRICT JOINT HOSPITAL BOARD.-Assitant to Medical Superintendent. Salary R200 per annum, with board, washing, and lodging. CAMBEKWKLL INFIRMARY.-Assistant Medical Officer. Salary 2190 per annum, with apartments, board, and washing. CANTERBURY, KENT AND CANTFRBURY HOSPITAL.-Senior House Sur- geon and Junior House Surgeon unmarried. Salaries E100 and £90 per annum respectively, with board, lodging, and washing. CARDIFF. KING EDWARD VII.’s HOSPITAL.-House Surgeons for six months. Salary at rate of B100 per annum, with board, residence, and laundry.
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to keep the French officials up to the mark and to get whatthey want. Railway officials know much better than militiaofficers what is requisite to make a train comfortable.Mr. TENNANT: I am afraid we cannot absolutely insist

upon the French Government accepting those whom wechoose to send over. At the beginning of the war we didselect certain officers who had had experience of thosematters, for the most part Army Service Corps officers.They were accepted by the French Government, and are, Ibelieve, doing excellent work now in endeavouring toexpedite trains. Of course, the difficulty is prodigious.When you have those enormous masses of men and not verygreat train facilities it does not require very much imagina-tion to see what a very difficult operation it must be. Withregard to the Indian wounded who are necessarily detainedin England previous to their departure for India, we hope ina few days to have 3000 beds at Brighton. In the meantimethey are comfortably housed at Brockenhurst. Everythingis being done to ensure the comfort of the Indian sick andwounded.

Sir J. D. REES : Is there in the hospital any trouble con-cerning the food of any of the Indian troops?Mr. TENNANT: I think it is being perfectly done. There

has not been any complaint so far as I am aware.Sir J. D. REES: I did not suggest it.Mr. TENNANT: I am glad the honourable Member does not.

Of course, they have everything specially constructed and aspecial personnel. We are arranging for the use of mobilehospitals during the winter which we think may be particu-larly useful. The barge suggestion I confess is quite a newone to me. I shall be glad to lay the honourable Member’ssuggestion before my medical military authorities, by whomI am sure it will receive the consideration it deserves.Whether it is possible or not is another matter.

Mr. DOUGLAS HALL: A report on the system has beensent to some of the authorities and they have approvedof it.Mr. TENNANT: I hope we shall be able to put it in force.

The honourable baronet (Sir F. Banbury) informed us of avery distressing case, which I am afraid is only too true, of awounded officer who came home without having had hiswound dressed except for the initial dressing after it wasinflicted. I can only express the hope that with the moreperfect organisations which we now have there will be norecurrence of such a case. With regard to nurses, I hope Ihave said sufficient to satisfy the House. I will certainlyconvey the honourable baronet’s statement to the medicalauthorities, and if there is not room in the other houses thetwo hotels which he has mentioned will be utilised.

Sanitation: Success of Measures Taken.I would say one or two words upon a phase of the medical

activities which I think the country will consider as im-portant as those with which I have already dealt. I meanthe question of sanitation. Every effort has been made topreserve the health of the troops in the field, and so

far I may say they have been entirely satisfactory.The sanitary difficulties increase, of course, as the cam-paign proceeds. We are now endeavouring to see inadvance what our requirements will be and to meetthem. In this connexion we are preparing divisionalsanitary companies, which will consist of sanitary in-

spectors and men. Yesterday Sir A. Keogh, the DirectorGeneral of the Army Medical Service, saw the members of asanitary committee whom he had sent out to the front toexamine into a phase of the situation which I told the noblelord in private conversation was causing me anxiety. Thecommittee has just returned from a tour of inspection,and they assure us that nothing could exceed the sanitarycondition of the actual trenches at the front. That, ofcourse, is where the danger occurs. I would like to relievethe mind of the noble lord of any anxiety that I may havecaused him in that particular. I can assure the House thatI myself was greatly relieved by the information broughtback by the committee. Of course, every precaution whichscience and the experience of these gentlemen can suggesthas been taken, and the task-I hope it will be fully realisedby the House-has been admirably conceived and well carriedout. Proof of that is that we have had very few cases ofenteric. I do not wish to go more fully into details as to thesteps we have taken to preserve the sanitary condition of oursoldiers, because I am informed that the statement might becopied by the enemy, and no doubt it is part of the militarysituation. If they are inefficient in their sanitary arrange-ments we will not regret it. Therefore, I do not wish to gofurther into the matter lest I should be aiding the enemy.But who is not liable to be lying awake at night thinkingof the terrible hardships through which our troopshave to go, and are daily and nightly undergoing, in thetitanic struggle which is now going on ? Our troopshave all the horrors which they have before their eyes,with frost-bites at nights now added, and if the horrorsof disease are to be added to all this, then indeed it wouldbe that we were not serving the State in the manner

in which the State has a right to expect. We cannotalways be certain of these matters, especially as thecampaign goes on, and, as I have said, the dangerswhich confront the troops in the field become greaterand greater almost from day to day, particularlywhen our troops move to the ground which has recentlybeen occupied by the enemy and where there may be all thehorrors of decomposition going on. I feel that the Houserealises the task which lies before us. Honourable Memberswill know that these are anxious times. I think thatMembers will be glad to know that so far as this phase ofthe situation goes we have been successful. We have beensuccessful through the skill, energy, activity, and scientificknowledge of the Royal Army Medical Corps under SirArthur Sloggett. I should like the House not to withholdthe meed of praise where it is due to men like Sir ArthurSloggett and Sir Alfred Keogh.

Appointments.Successful applicants for vacancies, Secretaries of Public Institutions,

and others possessing information suitable for this column, areinvited to forward to TERE LANCET Office, directed to the Sub-Editor, not later than 9 o’clock on the Thursday morning of eachweek, such information for gratuitous publication.

BARTLETT. GEORGE NORTON, M.B., B.S. Lond., L.R.C.P.. M.R.C.S.,has been appointed Medical Superintendent at the Exeter CityAsylum.

BUDD, ARTHUR, M.B., B.S. Durh., has been appointed Medical Officerand Public Vaccinator for the No. 7 District by the Launceston(Cornwall) Board of Guardians.

CHRISTIAN, L. DE B.. M.B, C.M. Edin., has been appointed CprtifyingSurgeon under the Factory and Workshops Act for the HounstowDistrict of the county of Middlesex.

DuCKRTT, A. H..M.B..Ch B. Aberd., has been appointed Non-residentMedical Officer to the Bath Poor-law Union.

FARQUHAR, GEORGE G., M.B., Ch B. Aberd., F.R.C.S. Eng., has beenappointed Honorary Surgeon to Darlington Hospital.

GUNNING. C. J. HOPE, M.R.C.S.Eng., L.R.C.P.Lond., has beenappointed Honorary Opbthalmic Surgeon at the St. MaryleboneGeneral Dispensary (temporarily).

L.ANGDALE-KELHAM, R. t).. has been appointed House Physician atUniversity College Hospital.

SANSOM. E. A. L.. M.R.C.S.. L.R.C.P Lond.. has been appointed HouseSurgeon at University College Hospital.

Vacancies.For fccrther information regarding each vacancy reference should be

made to the advertisement (see Index).

BARNSLEY, BECKETT HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY.-Second HouseSurgeon, unmarried. Salary oCLOO per annum, with apartments,board, and laundry.

BARNSLRY COUNTY B ROUGH.-Resident Tuberculosis Officer. Salary£300 per annum, with board and residence.

BARNSrAPLE, NORTH DEVON INFIRMARY.-House Surgeon. Salary2100 per annum, with board and laundry.

BARROW-IN-FI’RNESS, NoRrH LONSDALE: HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon.Salary E150 per annum, with residence, board, and laundry.

BIRKENHEAD AND WIRRAL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, Woodchurch-road.-House Surgeon for six months. Salary oClOO per annum, withboard, residence, and laundry.

BIRKENHRAD BOROLTGEI HOSPITAL.-Junior House Surgeon. Salary:2100 per annum, with hoard and laundry.

BIRMINGHAM GENERAL DISPENSARY.-Resident Medical Officer un-

married. Salary 2240 per annum, with apartments, fire, lights,and attendance.

BrRMINGHAM ROYAL ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL, Newhall-street.-Two,Clinical Assistants. Salary £25.

BIRMINGHAM UNION.-DUDLEY-ROAD INFIRMARY: Second AssistantMedical Officer. Salary at rate of .6210 per annum. ThirdAssistant Medical Officer. Salary at late of £170 per annum.Fourth Assistant Medical Offiuer. Salary at rate of -Et60 per annum.ERDINGTON INFIRMARY AND COTTAGE HOMES: Assistant MedicalOfficer. Salary JE200 per annum. bELLY O&K INFIRMARY:Assistant Medical Officer. Salary at rate of £180 per annum. Allwith apartments, rations, laundry, and attendance.

BRADFORD ROYAL INFIRMARY.-House Surgeon, unmarried. Salary2100 per annum, with board, residence, and washing.

BRtDSWATER HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon, unmarried. Salary at rateof :2125 per annum, with board, lodging, and washing.

BRIGHTON ISOLATION HOSPITAL-Junior Resident Aedical Officer.Salary E100 per annu n. with hoard and lodging.

BRISTOL GENERAL HOSPITAL.-Resident Obstetric Officer for sixmonths. Salary at rate of oC120 per annum, with board, resi-dence, &c.

BURY AND DISTRICT JOINT HOSPITAL BOARD.-Assitant to MedicalSuperintendent. Salary R200 per annum, with board, washing,and lodging.

CAMBEKWKLL INFIRMARY.-Assistant Medical Officer. Salary 2190 perannum, with apartments, board, and washing.

CANTERBURY, KENT AND CANTFRBURY HOSPITAL.-Senior House Sur-geon and Junior House Surgeon unmarried. Salaries E100 and£90 per annum respectively, with board, lodging, and washing.

CARDIFF. KING EDWARD VII.’s HOSPITAL.-House Surgeons for sixmonths. Salary at rate of B100 per annum, with board, residence,and laundry.

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CARDIFF, KING EDWARD VII. WELSH NATIONAL MEMORIAL ASSOCIA- TION.-Assistant Resident Medical Officers at Sanatoria. Salary:E150 per annum and maintenance. ,

COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE HOSPITAL. Coventry.-Junior Houseburgeon. Salary £100 per annum, with rooms, board, washing,and attendance.

DUDLEY, GUEST HOSPITAL.-Senior Resident Medical Officer. Salary ’’

B120 per annum, with board, residence, attendance, and washing. ’,DUMFRIES, CRICHTON ROYAL.-Temporary Assistant Physician, un-

married. Salary at rate of 5 guineas a week, with apartments, ’,board, laundry, and attendance.

DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY ROYAL INFIRMARY.-Assistant HouseSurgeon. Salary :E65 per annum, with board and washing.

DURHAM, SHERBURN HOSPITAL.-Medical Officer. Salary 2300 perannum and house. ’

EPSOM, LONDON COUNTY ASYLUM, Horton, Surrey.-Junior Assistant(Sixth) Medical Officer. Salary 2200 per annum, with board,apartments, and washing.

ESSEX EDUCATION COMMITTEE.-Medical Inspector. Salary .8300 per ilannum.

GENERAL LYING-IN HOSPITAL, York-road. S.E.-Resident MedicalOfficer for three months. Salary E50 per annum, with board. i

GLOUCESTER, GLOUCESTERSHIRE ROYAL INFIRMARY AND EYE IN- STITUTION.-Assistant House Surgeon for six months. Salary atrate of E80 per annum, with board, residence, and washing.

GREAT NORTHERN CENTRAL HOSPITAL, Holloway-road, N.-ResidentMedical Officer. Salary £120 per annum, with board, residence,and laundry.

GREAT YARMOUTH HosPITAL.-House Surgeon, unmarried. Salary:E200 per annum, with board, lodging, and washing.

HALIFAX UNION PooR-LAw HOSPITAL, Salterhebble. - ResidentMedical Officer. Salary 2140 per annum, with apartments, rations,and washing.

HUDDERSFIELD, STORTHES HALL ASYLUM, Kirkburton.-AssistantMedical Officer. Salary JB250 per annum, with rooms, board,attendance, and washing.

LEEDS GENERAL INFIRMARY.-Resident Casualty Officer. Salary £125per annum, with board, residence, and laundry.

LEICESTER ROYAL INFIRMARY.-Two Resident Assistant HouseSurgeons for six months. Salary £100 per annum.

LIVERPOOL INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL.-Locum Tenens ResidentMedical Officer. Salary 5 guineas per week, with board, washing,and lodging.

LIVERPOOL, ROYAL SOUTHERN HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon for sixmonths. Salary at rate of JE60 per annum, with board andresidence.

LONDON HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL. Great Ormond-street and Queensquare, Bloomsburv, W.C.-Assistant Physician.

MAOCLESFIELD GENERAL INFIRMARY.-House Surgeon. Salary £150per annum, with residence, board, and laundry.

MAIDSTONE, KENT COUNTY ASYLUM.-Junior Assistant Medical Officer,unmarried. Salary E250 per annum, with board, quarters,attendance, washing, &c.

MANCHESTER, ANCOATS HOSPITAL, Mill-street. - Resident HousePhysician. Salary .1280 per annum, with board and apartments.

MANCHESTER INSTITUTION AT CRUMPSALL.-Second Resident AssistantMedical Officer, unmarried. Salary 2180 per annum, with rations,apartments, fire, light, washing, and attendance.

MANCHESTER NORTHERN HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, Park-place, Cheetham Hill-road.-House Surgeon. Salary £120 perannum, with apartments and board.

MANCHESTER ROYAL EYE HOSPITAL.-Junior House Surgeon. Salary280 per annum, with residence, board, and washing.

MANCHESTER, ST. MARY’S HOSPITALS FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN.-Resident Surgical Officer. Salary JB90 per annum, with board andresidence. Also House Surgeon for three or six months. Salaryat rate of £70 per annum, with board and residence.

MANCHESTER. VICTORIA MEMORIAL JEWISH HOSPITAL, Cheetham.-Female Resident Medical Officer for six months. Salary at rate of£80 per annum, with rooms, board, and laundry.

MUCH WENLOCK, KING EDWARD VII. MEMORIAL SANATORIUM, Shirlett.-Resident Medical Superintendent. Salary £300 per annum andall found.

NEWCASTLE, CO. WICKLOW, ROYAL NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMP-TION FOR IRELAND.-Assistant Resident Medical Officer. Salaryat rate of B200 per annum, with board and residence.

NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE CITY HOSPITAL FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES.-Resident Medical Assistant. Salary :E200 per annum, with board,lodging, &c.

NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE AND NORTHUMBERLAND SANATORIUM FOR

CONSUMPTIVES, Barrasford, North Tyne.-Resident Medical Officer.Salary £350 per annum, with board, residence, and laundry.

NEWPORT (MoN.). ROYAL GwENT HOSPITAL.-Resident Medical Officer.Salary for first six months at rate of EIO:J per annum, second sixmonths £125, and third six months .8150. with board, residence, andlaundry.

NORTHAMPTON GENERAL HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon. Salary :E120per annum, with apartments, board, washing, and attendance.

NORWICH ISOLATION HOSPITAL.-Resident Medical Officer. Salary atrate of B240 per annum, with rooms, board, and washing.

NOTTINGHAM GENERAL DISPENSARY.-Resident Surgeon, unmarried.Salary £250 per annum, with apartments, &c.

NOTTINGHAM GENERAL HOSPITAL.-Senior House Physician. Salary2120 per annum, with board, residence, and laundry.

PORTSMOUTH ROYAL HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon for six months.Salary £130 per annum, with board, &e.

PRESTON ROYAL INFIRMARY.-Assistant Resident Medical and SurgicalOfficer. Salary £120 per annum, with board, residence, andlaundry.

RHONDDA URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.-Temporary Assistant MedicalOfficer of Health and School Medical Officer. Salary at rate ofB300 per annum.

ROYAL WATERLOO HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN AND WOMEN, S.E.-Senior and Junior Resident Medical Officers. Salaries at rate £90and £70 per annum respectively, with board and washing.

SALFORD ROYAL HOSPITAL.-Resident Surgical Officer and CasualtyHouse Surgeon for six months. Salary at rate of :E120 and £100 ’’,per annum respectively, with board and residence, i

SALFORD UNION INFIRMARY.-Resident Assistant Medical Officer, un-married. Salary .E150 per annum, with apartments, attendance,and rations.

SHEFFIELD CITY EDUCATION COMMITTEE.-Assistant School MedicalOfficer. Salary .E300 per annum.

SHEFFIELD ROYAL HOSPITAL.-Assistant House Physician, unmarried.Salary B80 per annum, with board, lodging, and washing

SHEFFIELD ROYAL INFIRMARY.-House Surgeon. Salary £100 perannum, with board and residence.

SOUTH SHIELDS, INGHAM INFIRMARY AND SOUTH SHIELDS AND WN8TOEDISPENSARY.-Junior House Surgeon. Salary B115 per annum.with residence. board, and washing.

SOUTH SHIELDS UNION, HARTON POOR-LAW INSTITUTION.-AssistantMedical Officer, non-resident. Salary :E200 per annum.

STEPNEY TUBERCULOSIS DISPENSARY.-Assistant Tuberculosis Officer.Salary Q250 per annum.

STOKE-ON-TRENT, NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE INFIRMARY, Hartshill.-House Physician and House Surgeon, unmarried. Salary at rateof £120 per annum each, with board, residence, and washing.

SUNDERLAND ROYAL INFIRMARY.-Senior Resident Medical Officer.Salary .E150 per annum, with board, residence, and laundry.

TAUNTON. SOMERSET AND BATH ASYLUM, Cotford.-Assistant MedicalOfficer. Salary .E250 per annum, with apartments, board, wash-ing, attendance, &c.

TAUNTON, TAUNTON AND SOMERSET HOSPITAL.-Senior House Sur-geon. Salary £120 per annum, with board, lodging, and laundry.

TRURO, ROYAL CORNWALL INFIRMARY.-House Surgeon, unmarried.Salary £100 per annum, with rooms, board, and washing.

TUNBRIDGE WELLS GENERAL HOSPITAL.- House Surgeon, un-

married. Salary B100 per annum, with board, residence, &c.UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.-Examiners.WAKEFIELD, CLAYTON HOSPITAL.-Senior House Surgeon. Salary

B160 per annum, with board, lodging, and laundry.WAKEFIELD, WEST RIDING AsYLUM.-Assistant Medical Officer. Salary

B250 per annum, with apartments, board, washing, and attendance.Also Locum Tenens Assistant Medical Officer. Salary as arranged,with apartments, board, and travelling expenses.

WAMALL AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL.-Junior House Surgeon andAnesthetist. Salary B110 per annum, with board, residence, andlaundry.

WARRINGTON COUNTY BOROUGH.-Temporary Assistant Medical Officerof Health. Salary JE250 per annum.

WARRINGTON INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY.-Senior House Surgeon.Salary at rate of 2200 per annum, with board, apartments, andlaundry.

WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL.-Assistant County Medical Officerof Health. Salary .E300 per annum.

WEST BROMWICH AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon andAssistant House Surgeon. Salary .E150 and 2120 per annum respec-tively, with residence, board, and laundry.

WEST END HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM,PARALYSIS, AND EPILEPSY, 73, Welbeck-street, W.-ResidentHouse Physician for six months. Salary at rate of B100 perannum. Also Honorary Anaesthetist.

WIGAN, ROYAL ALBERT EDWARD INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY.-Senior House Surgeon. Salary £170 per annum, with board, apart-ments, and washing.

WOLVERHAMPTON AND STAFFORDSHIRE GENERAL HOSPITAL.-Resi-dent Medical Officer and House Surgeon for six months. Salary

at rate of B125 per annum each, with board, rooms, and laundry.WORCESTER GENERAL INFIRMARY.-Resident Medical Officer. Salary’ .E150 per annum, with board, residence, and washing.

THE Chief Inspector of Factories, Home Office, London, S.W., gives’ notice of vacancies for Certifying Surgeons under the Factory: and Workshop Acts at Penarth, in the county of Glamorgan ; and

at Wymondham, in the county of Norfolk.

Births, Marriages, and Deaths.BIRTHS.

FAIRBANK.-On Nov. 24th, at Harley-street, the wife of H. A. T.Fairbank. M.S., F.R.C.S., of a daughter.

GARNETT.-On Nov. 29th, at South-street, Greenwich, the wife ofGraham H. Garnett, M.D., of a son.

WINK.-On Nov. 24th, at Ferndale, Carnarvon-road, Clacton-on-Sea,the wife of Charles Stewart Wink, M.R.C.S., Lieutenant,R.A.M.C.T., of a daughter. _

MARRIAGES.CHOPPING-NEWLANDS.-On Nov. 26th. at the Episcopal Church,

Gatehouse of Fleet, Major Arthur Chopping, R.A.M.C., to EdithJane, younger daughter of the late Joseph Newlands, Glasgow.

THOMSON-WHITTAKER.-On Nov. 25th, at All Saints’ Church, Black-pool, David A. Thomson, M.A., M.B., B.S , to Eleanor, daughter ofthe late Lawson Whittaker, J.P., and Mrs. Whittaker, Merlwood,Blackpool. -

DEATHS.DONBAVAND.-On Nov. 22nd, at Plymouth, after a severe operation,

Edgar John Donbavand, M.R.C.S., L R.C.P.NIX.-On Nov. 26th, in H.M.S. B2tLwark, Percival Kent Nix, B.A.,

M.B., Fleet Surgeon. Royal Navy, aged 44 years.O’BRIHN-BUTLER.-On Nov. 1st, died ot wounds received in action

with the Expeditionary Force, Captain Charles Paget O’Brien-Butler, R.A.M.C.

STEEL.-On Monday afternoon, Nov. 23rd, from wounds received thatmorning at La Clytte. Major E. B. Steel, R A.M.C.

THOMPSON.-On Nov. 26th, suddenly, in Croydon, Henry GeorgeThompson, M.D., V.D., J.P.

N.B.-A fee of 5s. ischargedfor the insertion of Notices of Births,Marriages, and Deaths.


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