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18 M. 261 [Em. Week 9 23 10 16
19 Tu. 262

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22 F. 265 Ember Day ( 5672 b. 1 34 : 54

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19 F, 272 S. Michael & All Angels 5 32 5 51

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M.W. Y. SUNDAYS, &c.

A.M. P.M

12: 2746 after I'rnity 7 7 39

2 M. 275 Pheasant Shtg. begins.

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5 Th. 278 Divs. due at Bank

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9 M. 282

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10 Tu. 283 Oxford Mich. T.beg. 2 57 315

11 W. 284 Sun R. 6.18 S. 5.16 3 32 3 50

12 Th. 285 Mich. Law Sit. b.

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13 F. 286

4 48 5 10

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15. 28818 after Trinity 6 32 7 6
16 M 289Qtr. Sessions Week 7 48 8 37
17 Tu. 290

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18 W. 291|St. Luke, Evan.

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10 Th. 292 Sun R. 6.31 S. 4.59

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20 F. 293

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31 S. 204 Trafalgar Day(1805) 1 10 1 30

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A.M. V.M.

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4S. 308
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6 M. 310 LGunpowder Plot 1 15 1 33

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9 Th. 313 King Ed. VII, born, 3 11 3 33
10 F. 314 Sun R. 7.10 S. 4.18

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DECEMBER, 1911.

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12. Last Qur. sh 46m P.M. 28. First Qtr. 6h 48in P.M.

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M. W. Y. SUNDAYS, &c.

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14 Th. 348

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The ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY writes: “You are serving the
Church in the very way in which service is at the present time most sorely
called for."

THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK writes : “I most cordially commend the
work of the Home Missions of the Church (A.C.S.). It is quite invaluable

a means of enabling the Church to meet the demands of an ever-
growing population, and to fulfil its duty to the nation."

as

Home Missions of the Church.

THE ADDITIONAL CURATES SOCIETY exists to help poor parishes to
obtain the assistant Clergy they require, and could not have without
money assistance from outside their own borders.

In helping poor parishes the Society touches the slums in the centre
of large cities, the poorer suburbs outside the cities, and also the mining
and other industrial towns and villages.

The Society's work reaches over the whole of England ; it also deals
with Wales, the Channel Islands, the Isles of Scilly, and the Isle of Man.
Its help is at present given to more than 1000 parishes to assist in
maintaining 1300 additional Clergymen. The Christian work in these
parishes touches more than 7,000,000 people.

“ The present-day needs of the Church must be large and growing."
These words were recently spoken by the Archbishop of Canterbury with
reference to the work of the A.C.S. The force of them is obvious if it
be remembered that the people of our nation increase by more than
10,000 every fortnight.

Church people who do not as yet subscribe to the A.C.S. are
asked to accept this invitation and send a contribution to the
Secretary, A.C.S, Office, 14, Great Smith Street, Westminster,

CONTENTS.

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CALENDAR FOR 1911.

X PRODUCTION, COMMERCE, AND COM-

OCCURENCES DURING PRINTING

lvii

MUNICATION :

THE BRITISH EMPIRE :

Agriculture

1. 310

The Royal Family

1 Mines and Minerals of the World 321

Statistics of the Empire

4 Textile Industries.

322

The Privy Councils

5 Mercantile Marine of the World 327

Orders of Knighthood

13 Railways

333

Ministers and Officers of State

16 The King's Highway

334

Imperial Parliament

26 Our Inland Waterways .

335

Peers and Bishops

27 Tramways

336

House of Commons

65, 361 Trade Review of 1910

337

The United Kingdom :

Trade Movements.

339

Finance

118 Post Office Statistics

342

Law Courts.

129 Telephones

343

England and Wales

131 Wireless Telegraphy

343

London

134 POLITICAL AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS :

Scotland

141 Forty-three Years of Party Politics 344

Ireland

142 The General Election, Jan. 1910 347

Channel Islands .

143

The Constitutional Crisis

350

The Empire of India

144 The General Election, Dec. 1910

355

Dominions Beyond the Seas 151 The New House of Commons . 361

The Colonies as a Field for Emigra-

The Parliament Bill, 1910

385

tion and Investment

. 179 Acts of Parliament, 1910

. 387

Imperial Societies

182 The Fiscal Question

. 388

Imperial Defence

183 Home Rule All Round

391

The Navy

Party Organisations

392

The Army

196 The Osborne Judgment .

393

Royal Indian Marine .

208 Daylight Saving

394

Naval and Military Colleges • 208 Electoral Reform

. 395

The Victoria Cross

209

Woman Susfrage

. 397

National Rifle Association . .210 The Socialist Movement

. 398

National Service Movement

211

Education in the United Kingdom 401

The Declaration of London

. 212

Work and Wages

409

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS :

Labour Co-partnership .

412

International Questions in 1910 213

The Co-operative Movement . 413

The Progress of the Peace Movement 217 Housing and Town Planning . 415

India, China, and the Opium Trade 219 Cost of Living at Home and Abroad 417

FOREIGN COUNTRIES, Statistics and Coal Smoke Abatement

419

Histories in 1910

220 Old Age Pensions

420

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INDEX.

A. 4.4.

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PAGE

PAGE
Championships, Aerial Navigation, Biblio- Agricultural Organisation
1910
515 graphy
488 Society, Irish

316
Abbas Hilmi, Kbedive of

Early Flights

485

Produce Imported,
Egypt
240 Events of 1910

485 Growth of, 1861-1909 312
Abercorn, Duke of
27 Obituary
487 - Rates Act

133
Aberdare Hall of Residence 544 Progress in Various - Society of England,
Aberdeen,
Earl of
27 Countries
487 Royal

319
Aberdeen University
530 Records

481 -- Statistics, United King-
- Water Supply
470 Societies

488
dom

312-5
Abraham, w.
69 - - Photography

466 Agriculture.

310-20
Abyssinia, Agreement be- Aero Club of the U.K., Royal 488 Acreage and Produce of
tween Great Britain, - Clubs, British and

Crops

314
France and Italy
220 Foreign
488 Board of

311
British Minister to 220 Aeronautical Society of

President of

19
Italian Convention with 265 Great Britain

488 Chambers of

320
King, Government, and Aeroplanes, Illustrations of

Co-operation in 316, 414
Statistics ..
220 Typical

480 Department of Ireland 311
- Railway
220 Records
484 Diseases of Animals

315
Acaderies, International Aftorestation

425 Education in

319
Association of
496 in India

147 - Imports of Produce 312
Academy, British :: 496 Land suitable for

425 in Denmark

239
French

496 Mr. Lloyd George on 426 International Institute of 311
of Music, Royal
514 - Royal Commission on,

Land used for

313
- Koyal

512
Report

425 Number and Size of
- Exhibitions ::
504, 512 -Scheme and its Cost 425 Holdings

314
- Irish
501 Afghanistan, Ameer

220 - Numbers of Live Stock 315
- Scottish

514 and the Anglo-Russian Persons engaged in 313
Accession Declaration

3, 387
Convention, 1907

231 Small Holdings and Allot-
Accident Insurance
447 Government and Statis-

ments

317
- Industrial
442 tics

221
Societies

318
Offices, Statistics 448 Africa, Rritish East

159 Societies and Institutions 319
Policies, Special

West ..

160-2 Wages of Labourers 313
Acridents on Railways 333 East, Protectorate

159 Ahmed Kajar, Shah of
– in London Streets

Exploration in
460 Persia

279
Accountants and Auditors, French Equatorial 251 Ailesbury, Marquis of
Incorporated Society of .. 573

251 Ailsa, Marquis of

27
- Chartered Institute of 572 German East

258 Airedale, Lord

27
Acland, A. H. Dyke
5 - South-West
258 Airship Fatalities

487
Acland-Hood, Sir A. P., Bt. 69
Exploration in 460 Airships in 1910

477
Act of Settlement
1 Gold Prodnction of
321 - World's

483
Actors' Association
572 Portuguese East
283 Ajmer-Merwara

150
- Benevolent
Fund
664 Union of South
154 Akers-Douglas, A.

69
Acts of Parliament, 1910 386 After-Care Association 564 Alaska

308
Actuaries, Faculty of, in Aged Pilgrims'

Friend Albania

299
Scotland ..

572
Society

564 -
Rising in

302
- Institute of
572 -- Poor Society
564 Albany, Duke of

28
Addington, Lord

27 Agra and Oudh, United Albany Memorial Hospital 571
Additional Curates Society Provinces of

149 Albemarle, Earl of

28
569, 564 Agricultural and other Land, Albert, King of Belgium :: 227
Adelphi Theatre, New Plays United Kingdom

313 - Prince of Monaco

272
604, 610
Benevolent Institution, Alberta

166
Aden ..
151 Royal
320, 568 - Irrigation

470
- Steamship Lines to 151

- Colleges ::

319 Alcohol and Inebriety 429
Adjutant-General, British 196 - Credit Societies ..

318 International Congress
Admiralty, British
185 - Education Societies, etc. 319 against

430
- Court

130 -

- Holdings (Scotland) Alcoholic Liquors, con-
- Lords of the
19, 185 Amendment Act, 1910 387

sumption and Oost of 430
Policy, 1910
187 -- United Kingdom
314 Alden, Percy

69
- Works Department 186 Labourers, 1881-1901 313 Aldenham, Lord ::

28
Adrar
296 Wages of
313 Alderney

143
Adrenalin, Use of ,in Various - Land, Rating and Rate- Aldershot Command

199
Diseases ..
464 able Value of

133 Alexandra College, Dublin 543
Aerial Navigation and Wire- - Motors

490 Hospital .

570
less Telegraphy ..
487 - Organisation Society 316 Orphanage

568

136

27

West ..

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