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Over two hundred thousand processes have passed through our hands for service

in the past thirty years.

We claim also to combine Security with Speed and Economy, to give the Solicitor efficient work

at a moderate inclusive charge, and enable him to satisfy his Client by Promptitude (one of the few things the layman

can and does appreciate). Organisation is the principal factor

in our methods, and the steady growth of our work renders that organisation increasingly effective.

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THE BURBERRY - in distinctive cloths, woven and

proofed by special Burberry processes, whilst maintaining the perfect self-ventilation of an untreated coat, realises the extreme limit of healthful protection against wet or cold weather. THE BURBERRY is invaluable as a top-coat for

fine days. Smart and becoming in design, it is as serviceable for town as for country, whilst for motoring it supplies a splendid safeguard against wind or dust, besides providing the warmth essential to comfort. THE BURBERRY retains its distinguished appear.

ance throughout long service, and its unrivalled protective properties withstand attacks of wear or weather for an almost incalculable length of time.

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BURBERRYS Haymarket

8 and 10 Boul. Malesherbes PARIS ; also Provincial Agents.

Booklet of Handy Memoranda for Solicitors and

Flowerdew Tariffs post free on application.

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No one can foretell with any degree of confidence the course of the Stock and Share Market during the next few months. Everything depends on the trend of events in the war area. But certain business is being done, and it is possible to dispose of certain classes of shares at prices far removed from “panic.” It may well pay some Investors to realise, even though between purchase and sale prices the transaction shows a loss. The p'roceeds, used to purchase a “Sun Life of Canada” Annuity, will almost certainly bring in an income much larger than that enjoyed previously, and the income moreover will be certain for life.

LONDON. Balham-182 High Road Peckham-118 High Street Battersea

Richmond-I Hill Strect 24 Battersea Park Road Shepherd's BushBrixton-6a Acre Lane

Uxbridge Road Clapham Junction

Streatham50 St. John's Road

55 High Road Chelsea-181 King's Road Walham Green Edgware Road

Town Hall Bldngs., S.W. 163 Edgware Road

Walthamstow Hackney-238 Mare Street 243 Hoe Street Hammersmith

West End268 King Street

143 Knightsbridge Holloway

Whitechapel 290 Holloway Road, N.

2 Mile End Road, E. Ilford-202 High Road Woolwich-101 Powis St. Lewisham-143 High St. Women's Banking DeNew Cross

partment308 New Cross Road

143 Knightsbridge

PROVINCES.
Birmingham-Old Square Lewes--195 High Street
Bournemouth-

Liverpool-
Lansdowne

6 Harrington Street
Brighton-Old Steine Manchester-
Bristol-Tramways Centre 36 Deansgate
Croydon (Central)--

Manchester--46 Swan St. 35 High Street

Newcastle-87 Grey Street Croydon (West)

Newhaven-11 High Street 5 Royal Parade

Norwich-24 Market Place Derby-Market Place

NottinghamGosport-5 Stoke Road

13 Milton Street Grimsby

Nottingham (Hyson Green) 183-5 Cleethorpe Road

314 Radford Road Grimsby-The Docks Plymouth-Bedford Street Halifax--18 Silver Street PortsmouthHanley--8 Piccadilly

214, Commercial Road Heckmondwike

Reading-89 Broad Street 3 Market Street

Sheffield-48 Snig Hill Hove -130-4 Church Road Shoreham—4 High Street Hull - 5]& 53 King Edward St Southampton Kingston-on-Thames

14 Above Bar 39 Market Place

Southend-164 High St. Leeds--68 Vicar Lane

Truro—25 Boscawen Street Leicester

Wickford-High Street 35 Gallowtree Gate Worthing-19 Warwick St.

SCOTLAND, Aberdeen-Bridge Street Greenock-44 Cathcart St. Dundee--11 High Street

Hamilton-88 Cadzow St. Edinburgh,

Motherwell26 South Bridge

50 Brandon Street Glasgow-164 Buchanan St. Paisley-7 Gilmour Street IRELAND

WALES. Belfast-74 High Street

Cardiff-95 St. Mary Street Cork-37 Patrick Street

A Branch irill also shortly be Dublin-38 Dame Street

Opened in SOUTHPORT.

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Why Rates are so Favourable.

THE “Sun Life of Canada” quotes more favourable rates than any other first-class Company. The assets of £11,300,000, invested under strict Government supervision, bring in at least 2% more than the average interest earned by Home Offices. Consequently, the “Sun Life of Canada” can afford to quote terms in many instances from 5% to 10 % lower than its Home Competitors. And the security is equal to that of any Office in the World. The Manager of the “Sun Life of Canada” will be pleased to discuss details with any Solicitor who desires further information. Consultation

away difficulties which seem at the moment to bar the way to a transaction which otherwise would be most favourable for the client whose interests are under discussion. Communications should be addressed to J. F. Junkin (Manager), “Sun Life of Canada," 106, Canada House, Norfolk Street, London, W.C.

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WHY

TAKE
RISKS

when an assured income at
very liberal rates can

be
secured from a

first - class

BRITISH COMPANY

by purchasing an Annuity with

THE

LEGAL & GENERAL

Life Assurance Society ?

Head Office: 10, FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C.

A Strong Proprietary Office.

Established in 1836 and valuing at 21%.

CAPITAL £1,000,000 fully subscribed, with £160,000 paid up

and £840,000 uncalled.

Assets exceed

£10,000,000.

The Society pays the Government Stamp Duty, and the Annuities can be paid in Half.vearly or Quarterly Instalments without extra charge.

CHARITIES.

The SHIPWRECKED Fishermen and

MARINERS'

Royal Benevolent SOCIETY, In addition to its ordinary work, is helping WIDOWS

and ORPHANS of FISHERMEN. &c., killed by EXPLOSION of GERMAN MINES.

Patron-His MAJESTY THE KING.
President-The Right Hon. The EARL CADOGAN, K.G.

Chairman--Admiral W.F. S. MANN.
Secretary-G. E. MAUDE, Esq. (who will gladly receive

contributions).

Central Office: 26. Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East, s.w.

METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL, || The ROYAL HOSPITAL for
KINGSLAND ROAD, N.e.

DISEASES of the CHEST,
PATRON : H.M. THE KING.
Chairman-The Rt. Hon. LORD HOWARD DE WALDEX.

CITY ROAD, E.C.
Treasurers-LEOPOLD DE ROTHSCHILD, Esq., C.V.O.;

PATRON: HIS MAJESTY THE KING.
The Hon. C. T. MILLS, M.P.
Chairman of Committee-C. J. Thomas, Esq., C.C.

President-The Right Hon. LORD ROTHSCHILD.
This Hospital is situated in the centre of the poorest Treasurer-The Right Hon. LORD HOLLENDEX.
district of North-East London and ministera to a popula.
tion of nearly half-a-million. More than 1900 In and 46,000

Ordinary Annual Expenditure about £7000 Out-patients are treated annually, the attendances of the Income from Investments

200 latter amounting to upwards of 156,000. The necessary REQUIRED EACH YEAR

6800
expenditure is about £15,000 a year, but the income from
Invested property is under £600. Over £14,100 has, every Funds are urgently needed to repay Banker's loan of
year, to be collected from the charitable public.

L6500, and to carry on the work of the Hospital.
Bankers-Glyn, Mills, and Co.; Lloyds Bank Limited.

Legacies are also earnestly solicitca.
J. O. BUCHANAN, Secretary & House Governor.

A. T. MAYS, Secretary.

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Patron: HIS MAJESTY THE KING. President: HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF GRAFTON, K.G. This Charity seeks to supplement the sparse earnings of the Industrial Blind and save from destitution those who have lost their sight in mature years by granting them Pensions at their Homes.

£9000 Annually Required to Meet Existing Pensions. SUBSCRIPTIONS AND LEGACIES ARE EARNESTLY

SOLICITED,

JOHN C. BUMSTED, Esq., Treasurer. 237, SOUTHWARK BRIDGE ROAD, LONDON.

Bankers: BANK OF ENGLAND.

London Female Preventive and Reformatory Institution and

Midnight Meeting Movement.
Offices : 200, EUSTON ROAD, LONDON, N.W.
Bequests are chiefly devoted to Permanent Extensions of Work.

Six Homes and an Open-All-Night Refuge for 190 Innates,
Midnight and other Meetings,
Railway Station and many other Public Notices,
Night Missionary, &c.,

ARE DEPENDENT UPON VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS.
The Benefits are free, irrespective of Creed, Class, or Country.

Bankors-London County & Westminster Bank, 2. Hampstead Road, N.W.
WILLIAM W. THOMPSON, Secretary, 200, Luston Road, London, N.W.

Queen Charlotte's Lying-in

SELF-HELP FOR THE PROR.

THE DUMB TAUGHT TO SPEAK.

HOSPITAL,
MARYLEBONE ROAD, LONDON, N.W.

General Booth

DONATIONS &

LEGACIES
EARNESTLY

REQUESTED.

Patrons-
HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN.

HER MAJESTY QUEEN ALEXANDRA.
1701 In-Patients and 1854 Out-Patients

during 1913. Expenditure ...

£7500 Reliable Income

£4000 New Annual Subscriptions, Donations, and Legacies Greatly Needed.

ARTHUR WATTS, Secre'ary.

362 Children

Fed,

Clothed, and Educated.

MARGATE.

PATRONS :
His Majesty
The King.

Her Majesty
The Queen.

Treasurer:

LORD
ALDENHAM.

Royal School for Deaf & Dumb Children,

,

EARNESTLY ASKS FOR HELP FOR THE
SOCIAL OR EVANGELISTIC WORK

OF
THE SALVATION ARMY.
1496 Centres of Work are established in the
Onited Kingdom alone, where Over 9000 Poor
are Housed Nightly, and Thousands found Work
Daily. At Home and Abroad 10.684 Centres
of work are in operation, influencing for good
Hundreds of Thousands of Poor People Daily.

Help is always needed for Men's Homes, Women's Homes, Girls' Homes, Boys' Homes, Slum Settlements, Nursing Brigadeg, Hospitals, Land Colonies, Inebriate Homes, Aged People's Homes, Emigration Bureaux, Industrial Homes, Relief of Distress, Evangelistic and Missionary Work, &c., &c. £170,000 NEEDED ANNUALLY for the ARMY'S CENTRAL FUNDS ALONE.

Legacies specially asked for. Legacy Forms, Reports and Annua! Balance sheets, which have always been published. sent upon application, Auditors, Messrs. Knox, Oropper, & Co., 16, Finsbury Circus, E.C.

Please cross cheques “Bank of England, Law
Courts Branch, and address to

GENERAL BOOTH,
101, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.O.

Bootmaking, Carpentry, Gardening, Printing, Tailor. ing, Cookery, Dressmaking, Housewifery, and Laundry. work Taught, in addition to usual educational subjects.

NATIONAL HOSPITAL for the
PARALYSED and EPILEPTIC.
(ALBANY MEMORIAL.) Incorporated hy Royal Charter.

Queen Square, Bloomsbury.

PATRON: H.M. THE KING
The oldest and largest Hospital in the world for
the treatment of diseases of the Nervous System.

The Charity is forced to rely to some extent upon
Legacies for maintenance.

Contributions will be most thankfully received
by Bankers: Coutts & Co., Strand.

Secretary, GODFREY H. HAMILTON.

Kent Road, London.
(Founded in 1792 in Old

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Omce: 93, Cannon Street,

London, E.C.
FREDERIC H. MADDEN, Secretary.

Solicitors, Trustees, Executors, and others, having Money for Distribution amongst deserving Charities, will, it is hopel, find the List which

appears on this Inset useful. All Applications respecting Advertising on this Inset should be addressed: Messrs. HOOPER & BATTY Ltd., Advertising Contractors 15, Walbrook, London, E.C.

See also other Appeals on the Following page,

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Dr. BARNARDO'S HOMES.

OF

DISTRESSED JEWS.

(SYRIAN COLONISATION FUND.)

Charter : "No Destitute Child Ever Refused Admission."

NO RED TAPE.
NO VOTES REQUIRED.
NO MONEY PROMISE NEEDED.

FORM OF BEQUEST.
I give unto DR. BARNARDO'S HOME8 : NATIONAL INCORPORATED ASSOCIATION, the Regis.
tered Ofice of which is 18 to 26, Slepney Causeway, London, E., the sum of .........
poundsterling, free of Duty, to be paid within six calendar months after my decease. And
I direct that the receipt of the Treasurer or Director for the time being of the said Asso-
ciation shall be a sufficient discharge for the Legacy, which is to be applied to the general
purposes of the said Association.
NOTE:-By the Mortmain and Charitable Uses Act, 1891, Property of all kinds,

including Land of any Tenwe, and also including Money Lent on Mortgage and
the Securities therefor, may now lawfully be given to Charitable Institutions by Will.

The above form can be readily adapted to Gitts of Land or other property.
Copies of this form will be seat on application to the General Secretary at Head Ofices.

A FEW FIGURES.
80,087 Children have passed through the Rescue Doors.

1,666 entered last year.
8,000 Boys and Girls of all ages are always in the Homes.
1,000 are Crippled, Incurable, Blind, Deaf and Dumb, or physically afflicted.
900 Boys and Girls are under Industrial Training.

300 Boys are constantly in training for His Majesty's Navy.
25,987 Young People have been emigrated to the Colonies.
Nearly 1,000 sent to Canada yearly. 95 per cent. of the Emigrants do well,

Honorary Director, WILLIAM BAKER, M.A., LL.B.
Head Offices: 18 to 26, STEPNEY CAUSEWAY, LONDON, E.

The work of relieving Distressed Jews in Jerusalem " in token of Christian sympathy becomes daily more urgently necessary. Influx of Refugees f.om persecution in Russia, &c., has intensided the distress. Enormous rise in price of necessaries of life, water famine owing to deficiency in last season's rains, and failure of charitable fuods cause intense misery.

Employment for able-bodied, and food, &c., for the feeble, are the work of this society - for which

WE ASK FUNDS.

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED BY

F. A. BEVAN, Esq. J.P., D.L.,
President and Ilon. Treas., 54, LOMBARD STREET, E.O.
Messrs. DRUMMOND, Bankers, 49, CHARING CROSS,

S. W.
E, A, FINN, S:cretary, 117, VICTORIA STREET, S.W.

SPURGEON'S ORPHANACE,

ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL for
DISEASES of the SKIN.

CLAPHAM ROAD, LONDON, S.W. Seaside Home Branch: CLIFTONVILLE, MARGATE.

President, THOMAS SPURGEON.
Vice-President, CHARLES SPURGEON.

Treasnrer, WILLIAM HIGGS.
A HOME and SCHOOL for 500 FATHERLESS
CHILDREN, and a Memorial of the Beloved Founder,
C. H. Spurgeon. No votes required. The most needy
and deserving cases are selected by the Corumittee of
Management.

Contributions should be sent to the Secretary,
F. G. LADDA, Spurgeon's Orphanage, Clapham-road,
London, S.W.

NOTICE TO INTENDING BENEFACTORS.Our last Annual Report.containing a Legal Form of Bequest, will be x adly sent on application to the secretary.

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S HOME

AND ORPHANAGE.
Chief Office; 104 122, CITY ROAD, LONDON, E.C.

Principal: Rev. W. Hodson Smith.

Treasurers : J. R. Barlow, Esq., J.P.:.

Col. and Ald. Sir C. Wakefield, D.L., J.P.
Мо than 2200 Children-Waifs and Strays, Orphans,

Cripples, Consumptives-cared for in 13 Branches.
NEED NOT CREED DECIDES A

CHILD'S ADMISSION. Address: Rev. W. HODSON SMITH,

NATIONAL CHILDREN'S HOME,

104, 122, City ROAD, LONDON, E.C. Cheques crossed London City & Midland."

Patroness : H.M. THE QUEEN.

10-Patient Department:

262. UXBRIDGE ROAD, W.

Offices and Out-Patient Department :

49, LBICESTER SQUARE, W.C.

President:

HELPLESS.
HOPELESS.

HOMELESS.
BRITISH HOME & HOSPITAL for INCURABLES,

Streatham, S.W.
Patronens: H.M. QUEEN ALEXANDRA.

HELP IS URCENTLY NEEDED
to carry on the work of providing a home or pension for
the many helpless and suffering incurahleg OF THE
MIDDLE CLASSES applying for relief. (heques
and postal orders should be cro-S 1" Barclay an 1 Co.,
and made payable to the Secretary,
Legacies are earnestly solicited.

EDGAR PENMAN, Secretary. Offic-% -72, Cheap ide, London, EC.

THE SAILORS' HOME,
Well Street & Dock Street, London Docks, E.

Founded 1830.
President: EARL BRASSEY, G.C.B.
Vice-President: ADMIRAL H.SH. PRINCE LOUIS OF

BATTENBERG, G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G.
Chairman: ADMIRAL SIR G. DIGBY MORANT, K.C.B.
This, the parent Institution, was founded for merchant

seamen of all nations. Over 596,000 Seamen benefited since the

Home was established. £7700 specially needed to repay cost

of rebuilding part of interior in 1912-13. Subscriptions and Donations should be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, J. F. W. DEA Ox, Esq., J.P., D.L., Williams Deacons Bank, Birchin Lane, E.C.

ALBERT E. LODER, RNR., Secretary.

THE EARL OF CHESTERFIELD, G.C.V.O.

This Hospital is in Urgent

Need of Help.

Bankers :

THE ROYAL

PATRONS:
HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE V.
HER MAJESTY QUEEN MARY.
BER MAJESTY QUEEN ALEXANDRA

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THE

Telephone No.: 12282 Central.

London Orphan Asylum

General Hospital,

BIRMINGHAM.

WATFORD, formerly at CLAPTON.

INSTITC TED 1813. 800 Fatherless Children of the necessitous middle cians from erery part of the British Empire are maintained and educated and provided when necessary witb situations on leaving.

7850 Fatherless Children have been received since the year 1813.

FOUNDED 1766.

Funds Urgently

Needed.

£16,000 are REQUIRED

from VOLUNTARY SOURCES EACH YEAR,

and HELP IS GREATLY NEEDED,

PATRON: HIS MAJESTY THE KING,
President: Rt. Hon. the EARL OF ABERDEEX.

Treasurer : SAMUEL Watsox, Esq.
This Society was established in 1862 to supply
LEG INSTRUMENTS, SPINAL SUPPORTS,
TRUSSES, ELASTIC STOCKINGS,
ARTIFICIAL LIMBS, &c., and every other
description of MECHANICAL SUPPORT to the
Poor.
Over 500 Patients are Relieved

every Week. CONTRIBUTIONS AND LECACIES

EARNESTLY SOLICITED.
Annual Subscription of 10s. 6d. Entitles to Tiro
Life Subécription of £5 5s.

Recommendations

Bankers :
Messrs. BARCLAY & Co. Ltd., 19, Fleet Street.

RICHARD C. TRESIDDER, Secretary.

Annual Expenditure

£30,000
Income

Annual Subscriptions £7400
From Investments ... 920)

£16,600
HOWARD J. COLLINS, House Gorernor.

Penkers: GLYN, MILLE, CORRIE, C.
A. P. BLATRWAYT, Treasurer and Chairman.

HENRY O. ARMIGER, Secretary.
Ofer: 3. Crosby Square, Bishopsgate, E O.

per Annum.

Solicitors, Trustees, Erscutors, and others, paving Mony for Distribution amoni deserving Charities, will, it is hopel, find the List which

appears on this Iuset useinl. All Applications respecting Advertising on this Inset should be addressed : Messrs. HOOPER & BATTY Ltd., Advertising Contractors, 15, Walbrook, London, E.C.

See also other Appeals on the preceding Page.

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