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1241 DIARY, EDITORIAL NOTICES, MANAGER’S NOTICES. SATURDAY (9th).-Royal Free (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), St. ThomaA’s (2 P.M.?, University College (9.15 A.M.), CharJng-cross (2 P.M.), St. George a (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (10 P.M.), London Throat (2 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.). At the Royal Eye Hospital (2 P.M.). the Royal London Ophthalmic (10 A.M.), the Royal Westminster Ophthalmic (1.30 P.M.), and the Central London Ophthalmic Hospitals operations are performed daily. SOCIETIES. TUESDAY (5th).-PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (Jenner Insti- tute of Preventive Medicine).-8 P.M. Lahoratoy Meeting. Dr. A. Macfadyen and Mr. S. Rowland : (1) Investigations on lutracellular Constituents; (2) Demonstration of Methods of obtaining Intra- cellular Constituents; (3) Some Results already obtained as regards the Bacillus Typhosus.-Mr. A. Moore: The Isolation of the Typhoid Bacillus.-Mr. G. F. Petrie: The Haemolysis of Bacillus Pyo- cyaneus.-Mr. J. B. Leathes: (1) On the so-called Mucous Intes- tinal Casts (Mucous Colitis); (2) On the Products of Splenic Proteolysis.-Mr. A. Harden : On Isotonic Culture Media.-Mr. A. Mackenzie : The Artificial Preparation of Active Bacillus Hydroxy- butyric Acid of Urine.-Mr. S. G. Hedin : Proteolytic Enzyme of Fibrin. Specimens :—Dr. A. Macfadyen : Experimental Tuberculosis in a Monkey.-Mr. A. Moore: Apparatus for Sub-cultivating Micro- scopic Cultures. WEDNESDAY (6th).-OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (20, Hanover- square, W.).-8 P.M. Specimens will be shown by the President, Mr. Bland-Sutton, Dr. Handley, Dr. Lewers, Mr. Doran, and Dr. Galabin. Paper :-Mr. A. Doran and Dr. C. Lockyer: Sloughing Fibroid of the Left Uterine Cornu, Abnormal Relations. THURSDAY (7th).-HARVEIAN SOCIETY OF LONDON (Stafford Rooms, Titchborne-street, Edgware-road, W.).-8.30 P.M. Mr. B. Browne: Twenty-five Years’ Experience of Urinary Surgery in Children. (Harveian Lecture.) RONTGEN SOCIETY (20, Hanover-square, W.).-8.30 P.M. Mr. H. Jackson. Presidential Address. CHILDHOOD SOCIETY (Library of the Sanitary Institute, Margaret- street, W.).-8 P.M. Lecture. NORTH-EAST LONDON CLINICAL SOCIETY (Tottenham Hospital).- 4 P.M. ’ Clinical cases will be shown by Dr. Tresilian, Dr. Wil- loughby, Dr. Whiting, and others. FRIDAY (8th).-CLINICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (20, Hanover-square, W.).-8.30 P.M. Papers:-Mr. B. G. Moynihan: The Operative Treatment of Cancer of the Pyloric Portion of the Stomach.-Mr. T. H. Morse: Case of Intracranial Section of the Second and Third Divisions of the Trigeminal Nerve for Severe Neuralgia.-Mr. W. Haward : A Case of Fragilitas Ossium. OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM (11, Chandos- street, Cavendish-square, W.).-Dr. A. H. Thompson : Section of Orbital Tumour (? Endothelioma ? Adeno-sarcoma).-Mr. E. Nettle- ship : Chronic Serpiginous Ulcer of Cornea (Mooren’s Ulcer).-Dr. W. E. Thomson: Three Cases of Keratitis in the New-born occurring after Instrumental Delivery and Resulting in each case in an almost identical Rare Form of Opacity.-Dr. C. 0. Hawthorne : On Intra-cranial Thrombosis as the cause of Double Optic Neuritis in Cases of Chlorosis. BRITISH LARYNGOLOGICAL, RHINOLOGICAL, AND OTOLOGICAL Asso- CIATION (11, Chandos-street, Cavendish-square, W.).-4 P.M. Annual General Meeting.- Communications will be read and cases shown by the President, Mr. L. Browne, Dr. Abercrombie, and Mr. Nourse. 5 P.M. Address :-The President-Elect (Dr. J. Macintyre, Glasgow): The Application of Physical Science to the Surgery of Diseases of the Throat and Nose. LECTURES, ADDRESSES, DEMONSTRATIONS, &c. MONDAY (4th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. R. Crocker: Clinique. (Skin.) POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5P.M. Mr. Edwards: Electrical Examination of the Bladder and Urethra., TUESDAY (5th).-ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF LONDON.- 5 P.M. Dr. J. S. Bury: Prognosis in Relation to Disease of the Nervous System. (Bradshaw Lecture.) MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. J. Taylor : Clinique. (Medical.) NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC (Queen- square, Bloomsbury).-3.30 P.M. Dr. A. Turner: Locomotor Ataxy. POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Baldwin: Minor Surgery. WEDNESDAY (6th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. J. Cantlie: Clinique. (Surgical.) LONDON THROAT HOSPITAL (204, Great Portland-street, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Waggett: Diseases of Accessory Sinuses. (Post-Graduate Course.) HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE CHEST (Bromp- ton).-4 P.M. Dr. Latham: The Early Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-b P.M. Mr. Eccles : Surgical Anatomy. THURSDAY (7th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. Hutchinson : Clinique. (Surgical.) THE HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN (Gt. Ormond-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. Fennell : Clinical Demonstration. ClURING-CROSS HOSPITAL,.-4 P.M. Dr. Green: Cases in the Wards. (Post-Graduate Course.) POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Edwards: Electrical Examination of the Rectum. FRIDAY (8th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. T. Collins: Clinique. (Eye). POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith- road, W.).-5 P.M. Dr. Saunders: Therapeutics. EDITORIAL NOTICES. IT is most important that communications relating to the Editorial business of THE LANCET should be addressed exclusively "TO THE EDITORS," and not in any case to any gentleman who may be supposed to be connected with the Editorial staff. It is urgently necessary that attention be given to this notice. - It is especially requested that early intelligence of local events having a medical interest, or which it is desirable to bring under the notice of the profession, may be sent dirrect to this Office. Lectures, original articles, and reports should be written on one side of the paper only, AND WHEN ACCOMPANIED BY BLOCKS IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE NAME OF THE AUTHOR, AND IF POSSIBLE OF THE ARTICLE, SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON THE BLOCKS TO FACILITATE IDENTI- FICATION. Letters, whether intended for insertion or for private informa- tion, must be authenticated by the names and addresses of their writers-not necessarily for publication. We cannot prescribe or recommend practitioners. 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1241DIARY, EDITORIAL NOTICES, MANAGER’S NOTICES.

SATURDAY (9th).-Royal Free (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), London (2 P.M.),Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), St. ThomaA’s (2 P.M.?, University College(9.15 A.M.), CharJng-cross (2 P.M.), St. George a (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s(10 P.M.), London Throat (2 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.).

At the Royal Eye Hospital (2 P.M.). the Royal London Ophthalmic(10 A.M.), the Royal Westminster Ophthalmic (1.30 P.M.), and theCentral London Ophthalmic Hospitals operations are performed daily.

SOCIETIES.

TUESDAY (5th).-PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (Jenner Insti-tute of Preventive Medicine).-8 P.M. Lahoratoy Meeting. Dr. A.Macfadyen and Mr. S. Rowland : (1) Investigations on lutracellularConstituents; (2) Demonstration of Methods of obtaining Intra-cellular Constituents; (3) Some Results already obtained as regardsthe Bacillus Typhosus.-Mr. A. Moore: The Isolation of the TyphoidBacillus.-Mr. G. F. Petrie: The Haemolysis of Bacillus Pyo-cyaneus.-Mr. J. B. Leathes: (1) On the so-called Mucous Intes-tinal Casts (Mucous Colitis); (2) On the Products of SplenicProteolysis.-Mr. A. Harden : On Isotonic Culture Media.-Mr. A.Mackenzie : The Artificial Preparation of Active Bacillus Hydroxy-butyric Acid of Urine.-Mr. S. G. Hedin : Proteolytic Enzyme ofFibrin. Specimens :—Dr. A. Macfadyen : Experimental Tuberculosisin a Monkey.-Mr. A. Moore: Apparatus for Sub-cultivating Micro-scopic Cultures.

WEDNESDAY (6th).-OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (20, Hanover-square, W.).-8 P.M. Specimens will be shown by the President,Mr. Bland-Sutton, Dr. Handley, Dr. Lewers, Mr. Doran, and Dr.Galabin. Paper :-Mr. A. Doran and Dr. C. Lockyer: SloughingFibroid of the Left Uterine Cornu, Abnormal Relations.

THURSDAY (7th).-HARVEIAN SOCIETY OF LONDON (Stafford Rooms,Titchborne-street, Edgware-road, W.).-8.30 P.M. Mr. B. Browne:Twenty-five Years’ Experience of Urinary Surgery in Children.

(Harveian Lecture.)RONTGEN SOCIETY (20, Hanover-square, W.).-8.30 P.M. Mr. H.Jackson. Presidential Address.

CHILDHOOD SOCIETY (Library of the Sanitary Institute, Margaret-street, W.).-8 P.M. Lecture.

NORTH-EAST LONDON CLINICAL SOCIETY (Tottenham Hospital).-4 P.M. ’ Clinical cases will be shown by Dr. Tresilian, Dr. Wil-loughby, Dr. Whiting, and others.

FRIDAY (8th).-CLINICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON (20, Hanover-square,W.).-8.30 P.M. Papers:-Mr. B. G. Moynihan: The OperativeTreatment of Cancer of the Pyloric Portion of the Stomach.-Mr.T. H. Morse: Case of Intracranial Section of the Second and ThirdDivisions of the Trigeminal Nerve for Severe Neuralgia.-Mr. W.Haward : A Case of Fragilitas Ossium.

OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM (11, Chandos- street, Cavendish-square, W.).-Dr. A. H. Thompson : Section ofOrbital Tumour (? Endothelioma ? Adeno-sarcoma).-Mr. E. Nettle-ship : Chronic Serpiginous Ulcer of Cornea (Mooren’s Ulcer).-Dr.W. E. Thomson: Three Cases of Keratitis in the New-born occurringafter Instrumental Delivery and Resulting in each case in analmost identical Rare Form of Opacity.-Dr. C. 0. Hawthorne :On Intra-cranial Thrombosis as the cause of Double Optic Neuritisin Cases of Chlorosis.

BRITISH LARYNGOLOGICAL, RHINOLOGICAL, AND OTOLOGICAL Asso-CIATION (11, Chandos-street, Cavendish-square, W.).-4 P.M. AnnualGeneral Meeting.- Communications will be read and cases shownby the President, Mr. L. Browne, Dr. Abercrombie, and Mr. Nourse.5 P.M. Address :-The President-Elect (Dr. J. Macintyre, Glasgow):The Application of Physical Science to the Surgery of Diseases ofthe Throat and Nose.

LECTURES, ADDRESSES, DEMONSTRATIONS, &c.MONDAY (4th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC

(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. R. Crocker: Clinique.(Skin.)

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5P.M. Mr. Edwards: Electrical Examination of theBladder and Urethra.,

TUESDAY (5th).-ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF LONDON.-5 P.M. Dr. J. S. Bury: Prognosis in Relation to Disease of theNervous System. (Bradshaw Lecture.)

MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC (22, Chenies-street,W.C.).-4 P.M. Dr. J. Taylor : Clinique. (Medical.)

NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYSED AND EPILEPTIC (Queen-square, Bloomsbury).-3.30 P.M. Dr. A. Turner: Locomotor Ataxy.

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Baldwin: Minor Surgery.

WEDNESDAY (6th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. J. Cantlie: Clinique.(Surgical.)

LONDON THROAT HOSPITAL (204, Great Portland-street, W.).-5 P.M.Mr. Waggett: Diseases of Accessory Sinuses. (Post-GraduateCourse.)

HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION AND DISEASES OF THE CHEST (Bromp-ton).-4 P.M. Dr. Latham: The Early Diagnosis of PulmonaryTuberculosis.

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-b P.M. Mr. Eccles : Surgical Anatomy.

THURSDAY (7th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. Hutchinson : Clinique.(Surgical.)

THE HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN (Gt. Ormond-street, W.C.).-4 P.M.Mr. Fennell : Clinical Demonstration.

ClURING-CROSS HOSPITAL,.-4 P.M. Dr. Green: Cases in the Wards.(Post-Graduate Course.)

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Mr. Edwards: Electrical Examination of theRectum.

FRIDAY (8th).-MEDICAL GRADUATES’ COLLEGE AND POLYCLINIC(22, Chenies-street, W.C.).-4 P.M. Mr. T. Collins: Clinique. (Eye).

POST-GRADUATE COLLEGE (West London Hospital, Hammersmith-road, W.).-5 P.M. Dr. Saunders: Therapeutics.

EDITORIAL NOTICES.IT is most important that communications relating to the

Editorial business of THE LANCET should be addressedexclusively "TO THE EDITORS," and not in any case to anygentleman who may be supposed to be connected with theEditorial staff. It is urgently necessary that attention begiven to this notice.

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It is especially requested that early intelligence of local eventshaving a medical interest, or which it is desirable to bringunder the notice of the profession, may be sent dirrect tothis Office.

Lectures, original articles, and reports should be written onone side of the paper only, AND WHEN ACCOMPANIEDBY BLOCKS IT IS REQUESTED THAT THE NAME OF THE

AUTHOR, AND IF POSSIBLE OF THE ARTICLE, SHOULDBE WRITTEN ON THE BLOCKS TO FACILITATE IDENTI-

FICATION.

Letters, whether intended for insertion or for private informa-tion, must be authenticated by the names and addresses oftheir writers-not necessarily for publication.

We cannot prescribe or recommend practitioners.Local papers containing reports or news paragravb should be

marked and addressed ’° To the Sub-Editor." Letters relating to the publication, sale, and advertising

departments of THE LANCET should be addressed ’ ° To theXanager.

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We cannot undertake to return MSS. not used.

MANAGER’S NOTICES.TO SUBSCRIBERS.

WILL Subscribers please note that only those subscriptionswhich are sent direct to the Proprietors of THE LANCETat their Offices, 423, Strand, W.C., are dealt with by them 7Subscriptions paid to London or to local newsagents (withnone of whom have the Proprietors any connexion what-ever) do not reach THE LANCET Offices, and consequentlyinquiries concerning missing copies, &c., should be sent tothe Agent to whom the subscription is paid, and not toTHE LANCET Offices.

Subscribers, by sending their subscriptions direct toTHE LANCET Office, will ensure regularity in the despatchof their Journals and an earlier delivery than the majorityof Agents are able to effect.The rates of subscriptions, post free, either from

THE LANCET Offices or from Agents, are :-FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. To THE COLONIES AND ABROAD.

One Year ......... 2112 6 One Year ......... £1 14 8Six Months......... 0 16 3 Six Months......... 0 17 4Three Months ...... 0 8 2 I Three Months ...... 0 8 8

Subscriptions (which may commence at any time) are

payable in advance. Cheques and Post Office Orders (crossed’’ London and Westminster Bank, Westminster Branch")should be made payable to the Manager, MR. CHARLES GOOD,THE LANCET Office, 423, Strand, London, W. C.

METEOROLOGICAL READI NGS.(Taken daily at 8.30 a.m. by Steward’s Instruments.)

THE LANCET Office, Oct. 31st, 1901.

During the week marked copies of the following newspapershave been received:- Western Daily Press, Bristol Mercury,Westmorland Gazette, Liverpool Courier, Buildirag News, RevueScientifique, Sunday Times, Yorkshire Post, Liverpool Daily Post,Reading Mercury and Oxford Gazette, Windsor and Eton Expres8,Hertfordshire Mercury, Philadelphia Evening Telegraph, WiltshireCounty Mirror, British Sanitarian, Leeds and Yorkshire Mercury,Blyth News, Local Government Chronicle, Public Health, SanitaryRecord, Globe, Leeds Post, County Press (Bristol), Oxford Times,Belfast News Letter, Wiltshire County Express, Swansea DailyLeader, Northern Whig (Belfast), Work8ov Guardian, St. James’s

Gazette, &c.