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1341 DIARY.-EDITORIAL NOTICES.-MANAGER’S NOTICES. HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN, Great Ormond-street, W.C. , THURSDAY,-4 P.M., Dr. Poynton : Some Unusual Cases of Jaundice. ANCOATS HOSPITAL, Manchester. TnmtSDAY.-4.15 P.M., Dr. F. C. Moore: Some Cases of Gastric Disease. (Post-Graduate Clinic.) 31ANCHESTER ROYAL INFIRMARY. TUESDAY.-4.30 P.M., Dr. E. N. Cunliffe : Demonstration of Cases of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. (Post-Graduate Clinic.) FRIDAY.-4.30 P.M., Mr. P. R. Wrigley: Demonstration of Surgical Cases. (Post-Graduate Clinic.) SALFORD ROYAL HOSPITAL. TUESDAY.-Dr. H. T. Ashby: Chorea and Aneemia. (Post-Graduate Demonstration.) For further particulars of the above Lectures, &c., see Advertise?izent Pa,qes. OPERATIONS. METROPOLITAN HOSPITALS. MONDAY (llth).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), St. George’s (2 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.), Samaritan (Gynaecological, by Physicians. 2 P.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Royal Free (2 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M.), St. Mark’s (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.). TUESDAY ;(12th).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 r.mr.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), West- minster (2 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (1 P.M.), St. Mark’s (2.30 P.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden- square (9.30 A.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 r.Nr.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), Tottenham (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (9.30 A.M. and 4 P.M.). WEDNESDAY (13th).-St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.w.), University College (2 P.M.), Royal Free (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Charing Cross .(3 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (2 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), King’s College ,(2 P.M.), St. George’s (Ophthalmic, 1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2 P.M.), St. Peter’s (2 P.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Royal Ear (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9.30 A.M., Dental, 2 P.M.), Tottenham (Ophthalmic, 2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Bar (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.). THURSDAY (14th).-St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), Charing Cross (3 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2.30 P.M.). Soho-square (2 P.M.), North-West London (2 P.nr.), Gt. Northern Central (Gynaecological, 2.30 P.M,), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (9 A.M. and 3.30 P.M.), Royal Ear (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 2 P.M. Aural and Ophthalmic), Tottenham (Gynaecological, 2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.). FRIDAY (15th).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Charing ,Cross (3 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), St. Mary’s ’(2 P.M.), Ophthalmic (10 A.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.) Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (3.30 P.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M and 2 P.M.), Tottenham (2.30 P.M.), St. Peter’s (2 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor. 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.). SATURDAY (16th).-Royal Free (9 A.M.), London (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (2 P.M.), University College (9.15 A.M.), Charing Cross (2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (10 A.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9.30 A.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.). At the Royal Eye (2 P.M.), the Royal London Ophthalmic (10 A.M.), the Royal Westminster Ophthalmic (1.30 P.M)., and the Central London Ophthalmic (2 P.M.) Hospitals operations are performed daily. At the Western Ophthalmic Hospital operations are performed on Monday, ’Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 3 P.M., and on Wednesday and Saturday at 11 A.M. EDITORIAL NOTICES. It is most important that communications relating to the Editorial business of THE LANCET should be addressed exclusively "To THE EDITOR," 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 should be given to this notice. ____ It is especially requested that early intelligence of local events having a medicecl interest, or which it is desirable to bring under the notice of the profession, may be sent direct 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 intorma- tion, must be authenticated by the names and addresses of their writers-not necessarily for pecblication. We cannot prescribe or recommend practitioners. Local papers containing reports or news paragraphs 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 the Manager. " We cannot undertake to return MSS: not used. MANAGER’S NOTICES. TO SUBSCRIBERS. WILL Subscribers please note that only those subscriptions which are sent direct to the Proprietors of THE LANCET at their Offices, 423, Strand, London, W.C., are dealt with by them ? Subscriptions paid to London or to local newsagents (with none of whom have the Proprietors any connexion what- ever) do not reach THE LANCET Offices, and consequently inquiries concerning missing copies, &c., should be sent to the Agent to whom the subscription is paid, and not to THE LANCET Offices. Subscribers, by sending their subscriptions direct to THE LANCET Offices, will ensure regularity in the despatch of their Journals and an earlier delivery than the majority of Agents are able to effect. THE COLONIAL AND FOREIGN EDITION (printed on thin paper) is published in time to catch the weekly Friday mails to all parts of the world. The rates of subscriptions, post free from THE LANCET Offices, have been reduced, and are now as follows :- FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. To THE COLONIES AND ABROAD. One Year ......... £ 1 0 0 One Year ......... £ 5 0 0 Six Months ......... 0 12 6 Six Months ......... 0 14 0 Three Months ...... 0 6 6 Three Months ...... 0 7 0 (The rate for the United Kingdom will apply also to Medical Subordinates in India whose rates of pay, including allowances, is less than Rs.50 per month.) Subscriptions (which may commence at any time) are payable in advance. Cheques and Post Office Orders (crossed ’’ London County and Westminster Bank, Covent Garden Branch ") should be made payable to the Manager, Mr. CHARLES GOOD, THE LANCET Offices, 423, Strand, London, W.C. - TO COLONIAL AND FOREIGN SUBSCRIBERS. 1:;UBSCRIBERS ABROAD ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED TO NOTE THE RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS GIVEN ABOVE. The Manager will be pleased to forward copies direct from the Offices to places abroad at the above rates, whatever be the weight of any of the copies so supplied. SOLE AGENTS FOR AMERICA-Messrs. WILLIAM WOOD AND Co., 51, Fifth Avenue, New York, U.S.A. The following journals. mag1.zines, &c., have been received.- The Abolitionist, Steklosawodtschik (Russia), Review of Neurology and Psychiatry, Revista de los Hospitales, Malaria e Malattie dei Paesi Caldi, Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute, Magazine of the London (Royal Free Hospital) School of Medicine for Women, Medico- Surgical Journal of the Tropics, Archiv fur Experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie, Dominion Medical Monthly, Tuberculosis, Nederlandsch Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, La Clinique Infantile, Annali di Medicina Navale e Coloniale, South African Medical Record, Monthly Cyclopedia and Medical Bulletin, Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Detroit Medical Journal, Tidsskrift for Den Norske La’geforening, Ophthalmology, British Journal of Dental Science, Peru To-day, Jahrbneh fur Kinderheilkunde, Bio-Chemical Journal.

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1341DIARY.-EDITORIAL NOTICES.-MANAGER’S NOTICES.

HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN, Great Ormond-street, W.C. ,

THURSDAY,-4 P.M., Dr. Poynton : Some Unusual Cases of Jaundice.

ANCOATS HOSPITAL, Manchester.TnmtSDAY.-4.15 P.M., Dr. F. C. Moore: Some Cases of Gastric

Disease. (Post-Graduate Clinic.)31ANCHESTER ROYAL INFIRMARY.

TUESDAY.-4.30 P.M., Dr. E. N. Cunliffe : Demonstration of Cases ofPulmonary Tuberculosis. (Post-Graduate Clinic.)

FRIDAY.-4.30 P.M., Mr. P. R. Wrigley: Demonstration of SurgicalCases. (Post-Graduate Clinic.)

SALFORD ROYAL HOSPITAL.TUESDAY.-Dr. H. T. Ashby: Chorea and Aneemia. (Post-Graduate

Demonstration.)For further particulars of the above Lectures, &c., see Advertise?izent

Pa,qes.

OPERATIONS.METROPOLITAN HOSPITALS.

MONDAY (llth).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St.Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), St. George’s (2 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2.30 P.M.),Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.),Samaritan (Gynaecological, by Physicians. 2 P.M.), Soho-square(2 P.M.), Gt. Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.),London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Royal Free (2 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.),Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M.), St. Mark’s (2.30 P.M.), CentralLondon Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.).

TUESDAY ;(12th).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 r.mr.), St.Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), West-minster (2 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), University College(2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (1 P.M.), St. Mark’s(2.30 P.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat(9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Soho-square (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 r.Nr.), Children,Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.), Tottenham (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.),Royal National Orthopaedic (9.30 A.M. and 4 P.M.).

WEDNESDAY (13th).-St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.w.), University College(2 P.M.), Royal Free (2 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Charing Cross.(3 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (2 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), King’s College,(2 P.M.), St. George’s (Ophthalmic, 1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2 P.M.),St. Peter’s (2 P.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Gt. NorthernCentral (2.30 P.M.), Westminster (2 P.M.), Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.),London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square(9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Royal Ear (2 P.M.), Children, Gt.Ormond-street (9.30 A.M., Dental, 2 P.M.), Tottenham (Ophthalmic,2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat andBar (Minor, 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.).

THURSDAY (14th).-St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s(3.30 P.M.), University College (2 P.M.), Charing Cross (3 P.M.), St.George’s (1 P.M.), London (2 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), Middlesex(1.30 P.M.), St. Mary’s (2.30 P.M.). Soho-square (2 P.M.), North-WestLondon (2 P.nr.), Gt. Northern Central (Gynaecological, 2.30 P.M,),Metropolitan (2.30 P.M.), London Throat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan(9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s(1.30 P.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (9 A.M. and 3.30 P.M.), RoyalEar (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M. and 2 P.M.Aural and Ophthalmic), Tottenham (Gynaecological, 2.30 P.M.), WestLondon (2.30 P.M.), Central London Throat and Ear (Minor, 9 A.M.,Major, 2 P.M.).

FRIDAY (15th).-London (2 P.M.), St. Bartholomew’s (1.30 P.M.), St.Thomas’s (3.30 P.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Middlesex (1.30 P.M.), Charing,Cross (3 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), King’s College (2 P.M.), St. Mary’s’(2 P.M.), Ophthalmic (10 A.M.), Cancer (2 P.M.), Chelsea (2 P.M.) Gt.Northern Central (2.30 P.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.), LondonThroat (9.30 A.M.), Samaritan (9.30 A.M. and 2.30 P.M.), Throat,Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Royal National Orthopaedic (3.30 P.M.),Soho-square (2 P.M.), Children, Gt. Ormond-street (9 A.M and2 P.M.), Tottenham (2.30 P.M.), St. Peter’s (2 P.M.), Central LondonThroat and Ear (Minor. 9 A.M., Major, 2 P.M.).

SATURDAY (16th).-Royal Free (9 A.M.), London (2 P.M.), Middlesex(1.30 P.M.), St. Thomas’s (2 P.M.), University College (9.15 A.M.),Charing Cross (2 P.M.), St. George’s (1 P.M.), St. Mary’s (10 A.M.),Throat, Golden-square (9.30 A.M.), Guy’s (1.30 P.M.), Children, Gt.Ormond-street (9.30 A.M.), West London (2.30 P.M.).

At the Royal Eye (2 P.M.), the Royal London Ophthalmic (10 A.M.),the Royal Westminster Ophthalmic (1.30 P.M)., and the Central LondonOphthalmic (2 P.M.) Hospitals operations are performed daily. At theWestern Ophthalmic Hospital operations are performed on Monday,’Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 3 P.M., and on Wednesday andSaturday at 11 A.M.

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

Editorial business of THE LANCET should be addressed

exclusively "To THE EDITOR," and not in any case to anygentleman who may be supposed to be connected with theEditorial staff. It is urgently necessary that attention shouldbe given to this notice. ____

It is especially requested that early intelligence of local eventshaving a medicecl interest, or which it is desirable to bringunder the notice of the profession, may be sent direct 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 intorma-tion, must be authenticated by the names and addresses oftheir writers-not necessarily for pecblication.

We cannot prescribe or recommend practitioners.Local papers containing reports or news paragraphs 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 the

Manager. "

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 LANCET attheir Offices, 423, Strand, London, W.C., are dealt with bythem ? Subscriptions paid to London or to local newsagents(with none 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 Offices, will ensure regularity in the despatchof their Journals and an earlier delivery than the majority ofAgents are able to effect.THE COLONIAL AND FOREIGN EDITION (printed on thin

paper) is published in time to catch the weekly Friday mailsto all parts of the world.The rates of subscriptions, post free from THE LANCET

Offices, have been reduced, and are now as follows :-FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. To THE COLONIES AND ABROAD.

’ One Year ......... £ 1 0 0 One Year ......... £ 5 0 0Six Months ......... 0 12 6 Six Months ......... 0 14 0Three Months ...... 0 6 6 Three Months ...... 0 7 0

(The rate for the United Kingdom will apply also toMedical Subordinates in India whose rates of pay, includingallowances, is less than Rs.50 per month.)

Subscriptions (which may commence at any time) arepayable in advance. Cheques and Post Office Orders (crossed’’ London County and Westminster Bank, Covent GardenBranch ") should be made payable to the Manager,Mr. CHARLES GOOD, THE LANCET Offices, 423, Strand,London, W.C.

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TO COLONIAL AND FOREIGN SUBSCRIBERS.1:;UBSCRIBERS ABROAD ARE PARTICULARLY REQUESTED

TO NOTE THE RATES OF SUBSCRIPTIONS GIVEN ABOVE.

The Manager will be pleased to forward copies direct fromthe Offices to places abroad at the above rates, whatever bethe weight of any of the copies so supplied.

SOLE AGENTS FOR AMERICA-Messrs. WILLIAM WOODAND Co., 51, Fifth Avenue, New York, U.S.A.

The following journals. mag1.zines, &c., have been received.-The Abolitionist, Steklosawodtschik (Russia), Review of Neurologyand Psychiatry, Revista de los Hospitales, Malaria e Malattie deiPaesi Caldi, Journal of the Royal Sanitary Institute, Magazine of theLondon (Royal Free Hospital) School of Medicine for Women, Medico-Surgical Journal of the Tropics, Archiv fur Experimentelle Pathologieund Pharmakologie, Dominion Medical Monthly, Tuberculosis,Nederlandsch Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, La Clinique Infantile,Annali di Medicina Navale e Coloniale, South African Medical Record,Monthly Cyclopedia and Medical Bulletin, Canadian Journal ofMedicine and Surgery, Detroit Medical Journal, Tidsskrift for DenNorske La’geforening, Ophthalmology, British Journal of Dental

Science, Peru To-day, Jahrbneh fur Kinderheilkunde, Bio-ChemicalJournal.