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133VACANCIES.—BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS.
Vacancies.For further information regarding each vacancy reference should be
, made to the adverti8e?mnt (see Index).
BOROUGH OF LEICESTER. - Medical Officer of Health and PublicAnalyst). Total salary ;E500 per anaum (.B400 as Medical Officerand Superintendent of the Fever Hospital, and .E100 as PublicAnalyst). Applications to the Town Clerk, Town Hall, Leicester.
BOROUGH OF LOWESTOFT.-Medical Officer of Health and MedicalAttendant at the Sanatorium for the Urban and Port SanitaryDistricts of Lowestoft. Salary for the Urban Sanitary District B100per annum, for the Port Sanitary District ;E20 per annum, and asMedical Attendant at the Sanatorium, £30 per annum. Applicationsto the Town Clerk, Lowestoit.
BRADFORD INFIRMARY AND DISPENSARY.-Honorary Physician.BRITISH INSTITUTE OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, Great Russell-street,
London.-Assistant Bacteriologist in the Antitoxin Department.Salary :E150 a year.
CANCER HOSPITAL (free), Fulham-road, S.W.-House Surgeon for sixmonths. Salary at the rate of £50 per annum, with board andresidence.
CHESTER GENERAL INFIRMARY.—Visiting Surgeon for two years.Salary to commence at £90 per annum, with residence and mainte-nance in the house.
CHICHESTER IMFIRMARY.-House Surgeon. Salary :E80 per annum,with board, lodging, and washing.
CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, Nottingham.-House Surgeon (non-resident),for six months. Salary at the rate of :ElOO per annum.
CITY OF LONDON HOSPITAL FOR DISEASES OF THE CHEST, Victoria-park, E.-Resident Medical Officer. Salary :ElOO per annum, withboard, &c.
COUNTY ASYLUM, Gloucester.-Third Assistant Medical Officer, un-married. Salary £105 per annum, with board (no stimulants),lodging and washing.
COUNTY BOROUGH OF WEST HAM.—Resident Medical Superintendentfor the Borough Hospital for Infectious Diseases at Plaistow.Salary :E200 per annum, with annual increments of £10 up to amaximum of £250, and apartments and washing. Applications tothe Town Clerk, Town Hall, West Ham, E.
COVENTRY AND WARWICKSHIRE HOSPITAL, Coventry - ResidentAssistant House Surgeon, for six months. Salary :E15, with board(exclusive of beer, wines, and spirits), residence, washing, andattendance.
GREAT NORTHERN CENTRAL HOSPITAL, Holloway-road, N.-JuniorHouse Surgeon for six months. Board, lodging, and laundry in thehospital provided.
HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE CHEST, Brompton.-Resident House Physician.
HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN, Soho-square, London.-House Physician, non-resident.
LEICESTER INFIRMARY.-Assistant House Surgeon for six months. Anhonorarium of :E21 for that period will be given, and board, resi-dence at the Infirmary, and washing provided.
LONDON HOSPITAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, Mile End, E.-Joint Lecturer onPhysiology. Salary :E150 a year and a proportion of the fees paidfur classes. Not less than :E250 in all.
PADDINGTON-GREEN CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, London, W.-AssistantHouse Surgeon. Board and residence provided.
POPLAR HOSPITAL FOR ACCIDENTS, Blackwall, E.-Senior AssistantHouse Surgeon. Salary £80 per annum, with board and lodging.
SALFORD UNION INFIRMARY, Hope, near, Eccles.-Assistant MedicalOfficer. Salary B130 per annum, with furnished apartments in theInfirmary. Applications to the Clerk to the Guardians, UnionOffices, Eccles New-road, Salford.
STOCKPORT INFIRMARY.—Junior Assistant House Surgeon for six
months. Board and residence provided, and an honorarium of :E1Ogiven, after six months satisfactory service.
STROUD GENERAL HOSPITAL.-House Surgeon. Salary £ 80 per annum,with board, lodging and washing.
UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW.-Two Examiners in Medicine.YORK DISPENSARY.—Resident Obstetric House Surgeon to attend mid-
wifery cases at their own homes, unmarried. Salary £150 per year,with furnished apartments, coals and gas.
Births, Marriages, and Deaths.BIRTHS.
FRAZER.-On July 2nd, at Upton Lodge, Devonshire-place, Eastbourne,the wife of Kenneth Frazer, B.A., M.D. Dubl., of a son.
HOWARD.-On July lst, at Wealdstone, Harrow, the wife of ArthurWalters Howard, M.R.C.S. Eng., L.R.C.P. Lond., of a daughter.
MARRIAGES.WATKINS—ASTEY.—On July 6th, at St. Mary Magdalen, St. Leonards-
on-Sea, C. Stuart Watkins, M.R.C.S. Eng., of Warrior-square, toHenrietta Elizabeth Astey, of St. Leonards-on-Sea.
WREELER-ARUXDEL.-On the 5th inst., at St. Mary’s, Stoke Newington,by the Rev. Richard Holmes, B.A., Charles E. Wheeler, M.D.,eldest son of Henry Wheeler, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., to Ethel, eldestdaughter of the late Samuel Drew Arundel, of Stamford-hill, N.(No cards.) -
DEATHS.CASSIDY.—On June 14th, at Purnea, Bengal, Cecil Valois Clemons, son
of Surgeon-Captain and Mrs. C. Clemons Cassidy, aged four monthsand ten days.
HARRIS0N-CAP.Rs.-On June 25th, suddenly, at Poitiers, on his returnto England, George Augustus Harrison-Capes, M.R.C.S., of SibleHedingham, Essex, and Rue du Lycé, Pau, aged 82 years.
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Dr. Gill’s Surgery, 28, Stainsby-road (corner of Hind-street)..Poplar, E. Hours: Before 12; after 6. Fees: Consultation andMedicine, 6d. ; Visit and Medicine, Is. ; Midwifery, from 15s.;Vaccination, Is. For many years Assistant to the late Dr. Sharp, ofGuildford Road and Burdett Road.
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