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WEST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE, West LondonHospital, Hammersmith.MONDAY, March 19th.-10 A.M., Dr. Dowling : Skin Depart-
ment. 2 P.M., Dr. Trevor Davies : GynaecologicalDepartment. 4.30 P.M., Mr. Addison (Special Lecture) :Gastric Ulcer.
TUESDAY.-10 A.M., Medical Registrar: Medical Wards.2 P.M., Mr. Sinclair : Surgical Out-patients. 2 P.M.,Mr. Hamblen Thomas : Throat, Nose, and EarDepartment. 4.30 P.M., Dr. Shaw (Special Lecture) :Chest Pain.
WEDNESDAY.—10 A.M., Dr. Burnford : Medical Wards-2 P.M., Mr. Tyrrell Gray : Operations. 2.30 P.M.,Mr. Donald Armour : Surgical Wards.
THURSDAY.-10 A.M., Dr. Grainger Stewart: NeurologicalDepartment. 2 P.M., Mr. Simmonds : Surgical Out-patients. 3 P.M., Sir Henry Simson : GynaecologicalWard.
FRIDAY.-10 A.M., Dr. Pritchard : Medical Wards. 12 noon,Dr. Ironside : Clinical Demonstration. 2 P.M., Mr.Vlasto : Throat, Nose, and Ear Department.
SATURDAY.-9.30 A.M., Dr. Burnford : Bacterial TherapyDepartment. 10 A.M., Dr. Owen : Medical Diseasesof Children.
Daily, 10 A.M. to 5 P.M., Saturdays, 10 A.M. to 1 P.M.,In-patients, Out-patients, Operations, Special Depart-ments, Anæsthetic and Operative Surgery Classes.
NORTH-EAST LONDON POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE,Prince of Walcs’s General Hospital, Tottenham. ,
MONDAY, March 19th.-2.30 to 5 P.M., Medical, Surgical, and Gynaecological Clinics. Operations. ’
TUESDAY.-2.30 to 5 P.M., Medical, Surgical, Throat, Noseand Ear Clinics. Operations.
WEDNESDAY.-2.30 to 5 P.M., Medical, Skin, and EyeClinics. Operations.
THURSDAY.-11.30 A.M., Dental Clinics. 2.30 to 5 P.M.,Medical, Surgical, and Ear, Nose, and Throat Clinics.Operations.
FRIDAY.-10.30 A.M., Throat, Nose, and Ear Clinics.2.30 to 5 P.M., Surgical, Medical, and Children’sDiseases Clinics. Operations.
On Wednesday and Friday, at 2.30 P.M., there will also bedemonstrations of Skin and Medical (Children) Casesby Dr. W. Jenkins Oliver and Dr. C. E. Sundellrespectively.
On Monday and Friday there will also be demonstrationsof Surgical and Medical Cases by Mr. Italph Coyteand Dr. L. R. Yealland respectively.
LONDON SCHOOL OF DERMATOLOGY, St. John’s Hospital,49, Leicester-square, W.C.
TUESDAY, March 20th.—5 P.M., Dr. H. MaoCormac:Malignant Growths of the Skin.
THURSDAY.-5 P.M., Dr. H. G. Adamson : Benign Growthsof the Skin.
CENTRAL LONDON THROAT, NOSE AND EAR HOSPITAL,Gray’s Inn-road, W.C.FRIDAY, March 23rd.—4 P.M., Mr. Watkyn-Thomas :
The Indications for the Radical Mastoid Operation.
ST. PAUL’S HOSPITAL, Endell-street, W.C.THURSDAY, March 22nd.—4.30 P.M., Sir Thomas Carey
Evans : Stone in the Bladder, with Special Referenceto Treatment by Letholapaxy.
PEOPLE’S’LEAGUE OF HEALTH.FRIDAY, March 23rd.-6 P.M. (at the Medical Society’s
Rooms, 11, Chandos-street, Cavendish-square, W.),Dr. Bassett Jones : Diet in Rheumatic Diseases.
ANCOATS HOSPITAL POST-GRADUATE LECTURES, Mill-street, Manchester. -
THURSDAY, March 22nd.—4.15 P.M., Mr. P. G. MeEvedy:Visceroptosis.
MANCHESTER ROYAL INFIRMARY POST-GRADUATECOURSE.TUESDAY, March 20th.—4.15 P.M., Mr. C. Roberts : Treat-
ment of Enlarged Prostate.FRIDAY.-4.15 P.M., Dr. C. H. Melland : Demonstration of
Appointments.Fox, I. S., M.B., Ch.B. Liverp., to be Certifying Surgeon under
the Factory and Workshop Acts for the Chester District.
Vacancies.For further information refer to the advertisenaent columns.
Artificial Sunlight Clinic, 43, Leicester-square, W.C.-Hon. M.O.Ashton-under-Lyne District Infirmary.—Third H.S. At rate of
d ylesford, Kent, Hospital, &c., for l’uberculous Ex-Service Men.—Jun. P. £100.
Barbados Lunatic Asylum.—Asst. Med. aupt. £500.Cambridge, Addenbrooke’s Hospital.-H.S. At rate of £130.
Charing Cross Hospital.—Surg. Reg. £150. Also Asst. Surg.City of London Hospital for Diseases of Heart and Lungs, Vict-orirr
Park, E.-P. to Out-patients.Dublin, City Skin and Cancer Hospital.-Res. H.S., &c.
Dumfries, Crichton Royal Mental Ilospitul.-Clin. Pathologist..8100.
East London Hospital for Children and Dispensary for Women,Shadwell, E.-Asst. S.
Evelina Hospital, Southwark, S.E.—Med. Radiographer. £120.Also H.S..8120.
Hereford County and City Mental Hospital.—2nd A.M.O. A350Hong-Kong.—Two Asst. M.O.H.’s Each .S740.
Hospital f,r Sick Children, Great Ormond-street, W.C. 1.—H.S.,j H.P., and Asst. Cas. 0. Each 50.Huddersfield County Borough.—Asst. M.O.H. £500.Indian Medical Service.—CommissionsIpswich, East Suffolk and Ipswich Hospital.—H.P. and H.S’s.
Each at rate of .8100.
Kirzg Edward Memorial Hospital, Ealing, W.—Res. Asst. H.S.At rate of .8100.
Liverpool Heart Hospital.-Hon. Asst. l’hys.Manchester, T’ictoria Alemorial Jewish Hospital.—Sen. H.S.
£250.Middlesex Hospital Medical School, TV.-Scholarship in Chemical
Pathology. £150.Miller General Hospital for South-East London, Greenwich-road,
S.E.—Hon. P. to Children’s Spec. Dept.Northampton General Hospital.-Asst. H.S. At rate of £150.Norwich, Norfolk and Norwich Ilospital.-Hon. Surg. for Ear,
Nose and Throat Dept.Nottingham General Dispensary.-Res. Lady Surg. £250.
Plymouth, South Devon and East Cornwall Hospital.-H.S.,H.P.,and Cas. H.S. All at rate of .850.
Prince of TVales’s General Hospital, Tottenham, N.—H.S.’s andH.P.. also Jun. H.S. and Jun. H.P. At rate of 120 and £90respectively.
Queen’s Hospital for Children, Ilackrrey-roacl, E.-P. in charge ofSkin Dept.
Rochdale Infirmary and Dispensary.-Jun. H.S. £200.Royal Free Hospital, Gray’s Inn-road, TV.C.-Cas. O. £150.
Also Res. Anaesthetist.
Shanghai Municipal Council.-Second Asst. Commissioner ofPublic Health. Taels 600 per mensem.
South London Hospital for Women, Claphana Common, S.W.—H.P. and H.S’s. Each at rate of .8a0.
Sutton, Surrey, Downs Hospital for Children.-Jun. Asst. M.O.500.
West London Hospital, Hammersmith, TT’.-Hon. Med. Reg.£100. Also Hon. Anaesthetist.
TVillesden General Hospital, Ilarlesderz-roud, N.W.-Res. H.S.At rate of £100.
Births, Marriages, and Deaths.BIRTHS.
GUNDON.—On March 5th, at Stoneleigh, Wimbledon, the wifeof Reginald A. Glindon, L.D.S. R.C.S. Eng., of a daughter.
HIGGINS.—On March 6th, at " Ringrone," Woking, Surrey, thewife of Dr. L. G. Higgins, of a son.
MARRIAGES.GREY—WILLIAMS.—On Feb. 29th, at St. Mark’s, Little Common,
Bexhill, John C. P. Grey, M.A., M.B., to Ella Idonia,second daughter of the late Mr. G. E. Williams, of BuxaDuars, Bengal, India, and of Mrs. G. E. Williams, ofCooden, Bexhill.
DEATHS.BROWNE.—On March 7th, Henry William Langley Browne,
O.B.E., LL.D., M.D., F.R.C.S.E., J.P., at 196, Hagley-road,Edgbaston, aged 79.
FERGUSON.—On March 5th, at a nursing home, Edinburgh,William Haig Ferguson, J’v1.C., M.A. Camb., M.B., Captain,R.A.M.C., aged 37.
PASSMORE.—On March 7th, suddenly, of heart failure followingpneumonia, J. Ernest Passmore, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., ofDoddington, March, Cambs, aged 61.
N.B.--4 fee of 7s. 6d. is charged for the insertion of Notices ofBirths, .11arriages, and Deaths.
FATAL STREET ACCIDENTS IN LONDON.—ScotlandYard has just published, for the first time, details of thecauses of fatal street accidents in London. The return,which covers the last quarter of 1927, shows that most ofthe accidents happened to adults, and that children taught" safety first " in schools are so careful in crossing the streetsthat they avoid accidents. In the three months 312 personswere killed, only 55 of whom were under 15 years of age.