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International Health Exhibition^ 

LONDON, 1884 



THE 



HEALTH EXHIBITION 

LITERATURE. 



VOLUME XVIII. 



RECEPTION BY H,R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., OF THE 

INTERNATIONAL JURIES. 



JURY AWARDS. 



OFFICIAL CATALOGUE. 



PRINTED AND PUBLISHED FOR THE 

(!;irtrutib£ ComttU of % JnUrnalimtEl %vx\i\ ^^j^ibitiau^ 
anb inx t^e ffrmnril of Ijre Sorietg of ^rls, 

BY 

WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, Limited, 

INTERNATIONAL HEALTH EXHIBITION, 

AND 13, CHARING CROSS, S.W. 

1884. 

1672 e. SS . 




LONDON: 

PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED 

STAMTOKD STRSIT, AND CHAK7NG CROSS. 




CONTENTS OF VOL. XVIII. 



PACS 

RECEPTION BY H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., 
OF THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES, AND ADDRESSES 
TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS i 

DESCRIPTIVE LIST OF THE AWARDS MADE BY THE 
INTERNATIONAL JURIES . . . .29 

OFFICIAL CATALOGUE 99 

Index to Catalogue 375 

Subject Index to Catalogue 403 

INDEX TO VOLUME 471 



RECEPTION 



BY 



H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. 

ON WEDNESDAY, i%th JUNE, 1S84. 

or 

THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES, 

AND 

ADDRESSES TO HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS ON THAT OCCASION. 



VOL. XVIIL 



W 



RECEPTION BY 

H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., 

OF THE 

INTERNATIONAL JURIES. 



i 



The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, as Chair- 
man of the Executive Council of this Exhibition, ex- 
pressed, on behalf of the members, the gratification they 
felt at the appearance among them of His Royal High- 
ness, to whom the inception of the undertaking was due. 
After speaking of the efforts which had been made, alike 
by men of science and by those engaged in the trades 
and industries of the country, to ensure the success of the 
Exhibition as a great educational institution, his Grace 
referred to the plan on which the International Juries had 
been constituted as one that should ensure for them the 
confidence of exhibitors, who had to a certain extent had 
a voice in the selection of the gentlemen who had con- 
sented to serve. In conclusion, he acknowledged the 
ready response made by Foreign Powers to the applica- 
tion of the Executive Council with regard to the forma- 
tion of juries, and the value of their co-operation in othei 
ways. 



4 RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

Sir James Paget said : — 
May it please your Royal Highnesses, your 
Excellencies, my Lords, Ladies, and Gentlemen, 

— It was very difficult to select, from the vast number of 
subjects relating to Health and to Education, one on which 
I could fitly speak to-day. On general education I could 
not venture to speak ; and, believing that I should have to 
address a large and various audience, I thought it would be 
best to choose a subject by which I might urge one of the 
chief objects of this Exhibition, and one which I know 
that you. Sir, have always had in view, namely, that the 
public themselves should consider, much more than they 
do, the utility and the means of maintaining their own 
health. I have, therefore, chosen the relation between 
National Health and Work ; especially as it may be shown 
in a few of the many examples of the quantity of work 
which is lost to the nation, either through sickness or 
through deaths occurring before the close of what may 
fairly be reckoned as the working time of life. I think it may 
be made clear that this loss is so great that the consider- 
ation of it should add largely to the motives by which all 
people may be urged to the remedy of whatever unwhole- 
some conditions they may live in. It is a subject which is 
often in the minds of the real students of the public 
health, but the public itself is far too little occupied with it 
I shall speak only of National Health; of health 
in its relation to national welfare. In consideration 
of his own self a man may be deemed healthy who lives 
Idly, comfortably and long ; who enjoys every day of his 
life, and satisfies every natural appetite without consequent 
distress. And when such an one dies of old age, with a 
timely, uniform and painless decay o^ every part, he may 
be deemed to have been completely healthy. And yet it 
is possible that he may have enjoyed his own health in the 



OF THE INTERN AT!Oi\AL JCHFES. ; 

midst of a poor, unhealthy and unhappy nation, to which 
he has done no good whatever. 

If we could find a nation composed of people such as 
this man, we might be bound to speak of them as healthy ; 
but we should be right in calling the whole nation utterly 
unsound, and might safely prophesy its complete stagna- 
tion or its quick decline and fall. 

It is not health such as this — idle, selfish, unproductive — 
that we want to promote either in the individual or in the 
multitude. Comfortable idleness, such as that of some 
vagrants and some fine gentlemen, is a despicable result 
of good health : it is what no thorough man would ever 
wish for. In view of the national health and welfare, the 
pattern healthy man is one who lives long and vigorously ; 
who in every part of his life, wherever and whatever it 
may be, does the largest amount of the best work that he 
can, and, when he dies, leaves healthy offspring. And we 
may regard that as the healthiest nation which produces, 
for the longest time and, in proportion to its popula^ 
tion, the largest number of such men as this, and which, 
in proportion to its natural and accumulated resources, can 
show the largest amount and greatest variety of good work. 

Here let me insert, as an interpretation clause, that in 
all this and what is to follow the word " man " means also 
"woman," and "he" means also "she ;" and that when I 
speak of work, I mean not only manual or other muscular 
work, but work of whatever kind that can be regarded as 
a healthy part of the whole economy of the national life. 
And I shall take it for granted that a large portion of ail 
national welfare is dependent on the work which the popu- 
lation can constantly be doing ; or, if I may so express it, 
that the greater part of the national wealth is the income 
from the work which is the outcome from the national health. 



6 RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

It is a common expression that we do not know the 
value of a thing till we have lost it ; and this may be 
applied to the losses of work which are due to losses of 
national health. There are very few cases in which these 
can be estimated with any appearance of accuracy ; but I 
am helped to the best within our present reach by 
Mr. Sutton, the Actuary to the Registry of Friendly 
Societies. In his office are the returns, for many years 
past, of the sickness and mortality among the members of 
a very large number of these societies ; and, among other 
things, there is recorded the number of days on which each 
member, when " off work " on account of sickness, receives 
money from his society. Hence Mr. Sutton can estimate, 
and this he has been so good as to do for me, the average 
number of days* sickness and consequent loss of work 
among several hundred thousands of the workmen and 
others who are members of these societies. From the 
entire mass of these returns, he deduces that the average 
number of days* sickness, per member, per annum, is very 
nearly i\ weeks ; and this agrees, generally, with the 
estimates made in other societies by Mr. Neison and 
others. But the averages thus obtained include the cases 
of members of all ages, and among them many cases of 
chronic sickness and inability to work during old age. 
In order, therefore, to get a better idea of the actual 
annual loss of work through sickness, he has taken the 
published experience of the members of the large group of 
friendly societies known as the Manchester Unity of Odd 
Fellows ; and then, on the fair assumption that the rates of 
sickness of the whole population during the working years 
of life would not be far different from this experience, 
he has calculated the following tables, showing the 
average annual rates of sickness of each person, enumer- 



OF THE INTERNA TIONAL JURIES. 7 

ated in the Census of 1881 as living between the agfes of 
1 5 and 65.* 



Ages. 


Number of Males : 
Census of 1881 
(England and 
Waks). 

# 


Weeks' Sickness 
per annum, accord- 
ing to the ex- 
perience of the 
Manchester 
Uniiy. 


Average 

Sickness per 

individual per 

annum (in 

weeks). 


15—20 
20—25 

25-45 
45-65 


1,268,269 

i."2,354 
3,239,432 
1,755.319 


844428 
820,183 

3,224,134 
4,803,760 


'666 

737 

•995 
2-736 


All ages from 15—65 


7,375,374 


9,692,505 


. 1*314 



Ages. 


Number of 

Females: Censtis 

ofi88i. 


Weeks' Sickness 
per annum, accord- 
ing to the ex- 
penence of the 
Manchester 
Unity. 


Average 

SickneM per 

individual per 

annum (in 

weeks). 


15—20 

ao— 25 

25—45 
45-65 


1,278,963 
1,215,872 
3494,732 

1,951,713 


851,701 
896,685 

3476,146 
5,368,229 


•666 

•737 

•995 
2-751 


All ages from 15—65 


7,941,330 


10,592,761 


1-334 



Briefly, it appears from these tables that the average 
time of sickness among the male population during the 

^ See Tables in the Appendix, pp. 27, 28. 



8 RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

working years is 1*314 weeks — ^that i% a small fraction 
more than 9 days each in each year — and that among 
the female population it is yet a small fraction more; 
the excess arising from the larger proportion of females 
at the older ages. The result is that among males 
there is a loss of 9,692,505 weeks' work in every year, 
and among females a loss of 10,592,761 weeka Thus we 
may believe that our whole population between 15 and 
65 years old do, in each year, 20,000,000 weeks' work less 
than they might do if it were not for sickness. 

The estimate is so large that it must, on first thoughts, 
seem improbable ; but on fair consideration I believe it will 
not seem so. For the members of the Manchester Unity 
who are in the working time of life, the reckoning is certainly 
true, and it is founded on the experience of between 300,000 
and 400,000 members. In respect of health they may 
represent the whole population, at least as well as any 
group that could be taken. They are not very strictly 
selected, they are not picked lives, yet they are such as are 
able, when they are in health, to earn good wages or good 
salaries, and, as their prudence in joining this association 
shows, they are comparatively thrifty and careful persons. 
They do not, at all events, include many habitual 
drunkards, cripples or utterly invalids, or of those who, 
through natural feebleness or early disease, or mere 
profligacy, cannot earn enough to become members or 
maintain themselves in membership. Neither do they 
include many of the insane or imbecile and idiotic, of 
whom there are, in our population, nearly 70,000, doing 
no work, and losing not less than 3^ millions of weeks* 
work in the year. 

It would be tedious to tell the grounds on which the 
estimate may be deemed too high, for just as many and 



OF THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES. 9 

as good could be told on which it might be deemed 
too low. And it is rather more than confirmed by 
some estimates ctT the annual sickness in other and 
very different groups of persons. 

In the Army, at home, the average number of days' 
sickness in each year is, for each soldier, about 17 ; and, 
as the number of the troops in the United Kingdom is 
more than 80,000, we have here a loss of about 200,000 
weeks' service in each year. 

In the Navy, on the home stations, the average number 
of days' sickness in each year has been in the last five 
years for each man nearly 16 ; so that for the total of 
about 20,000 men there b a loss of 45,000 weeks' service 
in each year. 

The amount of sickness in the services thus appears 
much higher than in the Friendly Societies. This is due, 
in great part, to the fact tliat a soldier or a sailor is often 
put off" duty for a day or two for much less illness than 
that for which a civilian would " go on his club." Still, the 
one estimate may confirm the other ; for the sickness in the 
Army and Navy is that of picked men, who were selected 
for the services as being of sound constitution, and who are 
in what should be the best working years of life ; and if it 
includes many cases of sickness for only a day or two, it 
excludes nearly all cases of more than a few months, 
such as make up a heavy proportion of the average 
sickness in the Friendly Societies and in the general 
population. 

And I may add that the estimate from these Societies, 
that g days in the year may justly be thought a fair 
estimate of the working time lost by sickness, is confirmed 
by the records of sickness among the 10,000 members of 
the Metropolitan Police Force ; for among these, including 



lo RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

cases of long illness such as are also in the Societies, the 
average is more than 9 days in the year. 

I think, then, that we cannot escape from the reasons 
to believe that we lose in England and Wales, every year, 
in consequence of sickness, 20,000,000 of weeks' work ; or, 
say, as much work as 20,000,000 of healthy people would 
do in a week. 

The number is not easily grasped by the mind It is 
equal to about one-fortieth part of the work done in the 
year by the whole population between 15 and 65 years 
old. Or, try to think of it in money. Rather more than 
half of it is lost by those whom the Registrar-General 
names the domestic, the agricultural and the industrial 
classes. . These are rather more than seven millions and a 
half in number, and they lose about 11,000,000 of 
weeks ; say, for easy reckoning, at a pound a week ; and 
here is a loss of ;f 11,000,000 sterling from what should be 
the annual wealth of the country. For the other classes, 
who are estimated as losing the other 9,000,000 weeks' 
work, it would be hard and unfair to make a guess in 
any known coin ; for these include our great merchants, 
our judges and lawyers, our clergy and medical men, our 
statesmen and chief legislators ; they include our poets, and 
writers of all kinds, musicians, painters and philosophers ; 
and our Princes, who certainly do more for the wealth and 
welfare of the country than can be told in money. 

Before I speak of any other losses of work or of wealth 
due to sickness, permit me, as in parenthesis, to point out 
to you how very imperfectly these losses are told or even 
suggested by our bills of mortality. These, on which 
almost alone we have to rely for knowing the national 
health, — these tell the losses of life ; and more than misery 
enough they tell of; but to estimate rightly the misery of 




OF THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES. ii 

sickness and the tosses of all but life that are due to it, we 
need a far more complete record than these can give. 

Take, for example, such a disease as typhoid fever — that 
which Mr. Huxley has rightly called the scourge and the 
disgrace of our country. It has of late destroyed, in 
England and Wales, among persons in the working time 
of life, nearly 40CX) in the year. Its mortality is about 
! S per cent., so that if, in any year, ipco die of it, about 
23,000 recover from it Of these, the average length of 
illness is, on the authority of Dr. Broadbent, about ten 
weeks. Here^ therefore, from one disease alone, and that 
preventible, we have an annual loss of 230.000 weeks' 
work, without reckoning what is lost with those who die. 
And the same may be said of nearly all the diseases that 
are most prominent in the bills of mortality. The record 
of deaths, sad as it is, tells but a small part of the losses 
of happiness and welfare that are due to sickness. It is 
as if, in a great war, we should have a regular return 
of the numbers killed, but none of the numbers sick 
or , wounded, though these, more than the killed, may 
determine the issue of the war. 

Let me now tell of another loss of work and of money 
through sickness and early death. In all the estimates I 
have yet referred to, no account is taken of those who are 
ill or die before they are ij years old. They are not 
reckoned as in the working-time of life, though in some 
classes many thousands of them are. [In the domestic, 
agricultural and industrial classes of the Registrar-General 
nearly halfa-million of them are included.] And yet the 
losses of work due to sickness among children must be 
very large. Consider the time which might be spent in 
good productive work, if it were not spent in taking care 
of them while they are ill. Consider, too, the number of 



12 RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

those who, through disease in childhood, are made more 
susceptible of disease in later life, or are crippled, or 
in some way permanently damaged ; such as those who 
become deaf in scarlet fever, or deformed in scrofula or 
rickets, or feeble and constantly invalid, so that they 
are never fit for more than half work, or work which 
is only half well done. These losses cannot be counted, 
but they must be large. There are others more nearly 
within reckoning ; the losses, namely, which are due to 
the deaths of those who die young. It may justly be said 
that all that they have cost during their lives is so much 
money sunk ; so much capital invested and lost If they 
had lived to work, their earnings would have been more 
than sufficient to repay it ; but they have died and their 
cost is gone without return. The mortality of children 
under 15 in 1882 was nearly a quarter of a million : what 
have they cost ? if you say only £i a piece, there are more 
than ;f 2,000,000 sterling thus lost every year. But they 
have cost much more than this, and much more still is lost 
by the loss of the work they might have lived to do. 

It is, indeed, held, I believe, by some that these things 
should not be counted as losses : that we have a surplus 
of population, and that really the deaths of children, 
though they may be the subjects of a sentimental sorrow, 
cannot reasonably be regretted. I cannot bring myself 
to admit that such a thing should even be argued. I have 
lived long in the work of a profession which holds that 
wherever there is human life it must be preserved ; made 
happy, if that can be ; but, in any case, if possible, pre- 
served ; and no argument of expediency shall ever make 
me believe that this is wrong. Indeed, I am rather 
ashamed — even for the purpose that I have in view — 
to use so low an argument as that of expediency in 



OF THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES. 13 

Tavour of the saving of health and of life. I am 
ashamed of making money appear as a motive for 
doing things for which sufficient motives might be 
found in charity and sympathy and the happiness of 
using useful knowledge ; but it seems certain that these 
are not yet enough for all that should be done for 
the promotion of the national health ; therefore, it 
seems well to add to them any motives that arc not 
dishonourable ; and so I add this, that we lose largely 
not only in happiness but in wealth by the deaths of 
these poor children. 

I will add only one more illustration of these losses, 
which is always suggested by looking at tables of mor- 
tality. The deaths of persons between 25 and 45 years 
old, that is during what may be deemed the 20 best 
working years of life, are annually between 60,000 and 
70,000 ; in 1882 they were 66,000. Think, now, of the work 
lost by these deaths ; and of how much of it might have 
been saved by better sanitary provisions. If one looks 
at the causes of their deaths, it is certain that many 
might have been prevented, or, at least, deferred. Say 
that the 66.000 might have lived an average of 2 years 
more ; and we should have had from them alone in this 
year and last an increase of work equivalent to that of 
at least 6,000,000 weeks ; as much, in other words, as 
6,000,000 people could do in one week. 

More instances of losses of work by sickness and pre- 
mature death might easily be given, but not easily listened 
to in this huge hall. Let these suffice to show something 
of our enormous annual loss, not only of personal and 
domestic happiness — that is past imagining — but of 
national power and wealth. Surely we ought to strive 
more against it 



U RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

But, some may ask, can these things be prevented ? 
are they not inevitable consequences of the manner of 
life in which we choose or are compelled to live ? No ; 
certainly they are not No one who lives among the 
sick can doubt that a very large proportion of the sickness 
and the loss of work which he sees might have been 
prevented ; or can doubt that, in every succeeding genera- 
tion, a larger proportion still may be averted, if only all 
men will strive that it may be so. 

Let me enumerate some of the chief sources of the 
waste as they appear to oneself in practice. 

Of the infectious fevers, small-pox might be rendered 
nearly harmless by complete and careful vaccination. 
Typhus and typhoid, scarlet fever and measles might, 
with proper guards against infection, be confined within 
very narrow limits. So, probably, might whooping cough 
and diphtheria. 

Of the special diseases of artisans there are very few 
of which the causes might not be almost wholly set aside. 
Of the accidents to which they are especially liable the 
greater part, by far, are due to carelessness. 

Of the diseases due to bad food and mere filth ; to 
intemperance ; to immorality ; in so far as these are self- 
induced, they might, by self-control and virtue, be ex- 
cluded. Scrofula, rickets, scurvy, and all the wide-spread 
defects related to them, might be greatly diminished. 

It can only be a guess, but I am sure it is not a reckless 
one, if I say, that of all the losses of work of which I 
have spoken, of all the millions of weeks sadly spent 
and sadly wasted, a fourth part might have been saved, 
and that, henceforth, if people will have it so, a still larger 
proportion may be saved. 

We may become the more sure of what may be done by 



tc 

L 



OF THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES. t; 

looking at what has been done already. Let me show 
some of it ; it will be a relief to see something of the 
brighter side of this picture. 

In a remarkable paper lately read before the Statistical 
Society, Dr. Longstaff says : " One of the most striking 
facts of the day, from the statistician's point of view, is 
the remarkably low death-rate that has prevailed in this 
country during the last eight years." In these years the 
annual death-rate has been less than in the previous eight 
years, in the proportion of two deaths to every looo persons 
living. The average annual number of deaths has been 
50,000 less in the last than in the previous eight years. 
Doubtless many things have contributed to this grand 
result, and it is not possible to say how much is due to 
each of them ; but it would be unreasonable to doubt that 
the chief good influence has been in all the improved 
means for the care of health which recent years have 
produced. This is made nearly certain by the fact that 
the largest gains of life have been in the diminution of the 
deaths from fever, and of the deaths in children under i j 
years old ; for these are the very classes on which good 
sanitary measures would have most influence. 

The annual number of deaths from typhus, typhoid, 
and the unnamed fevers, has been about 11,000 less than 
it was about 20 years ago. The annual number of deaths 
of children under 5 years old has been about 22,000 
less than it was ; and that of children between 5 and 
15 has been upwards of 8000 less. 

These are large results, and though they tell of only 
deaths, yet they bear on the chief subject I have brought 
before you, — ^the working power of the nation ; for, however 
much of the diminished mortality of fever we might assign 
to improved methods of treatment, yet the diminished 



i6 RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

number of deaths means a very large diminution in the total 
number of cases. The deaths during the working years 
of life were 6500 less ; and, this being so, we may hold 
that, if the average mortality was, say, 25 per cent, the 
diminution in the total number of cases must have been 
at least 25,ocx>; and if we may believe, ^ before, that 
each of these involved ten weeks of sickness, we have, in 
these fevers alone, a clear saving of 185,000 weeks' work 
in every year. 

And so with the diminution of the mortality among 
children, there must have been a greater diminution in the 
number of costly and work-wasting illnesses, and a large 
saving of money that would otherwise have been sunk. 
And not only so : but many of the children saved in the 
last eight years will become bread-winners or care-takers •, 
and who can tell what some of them will become? or 
what the world would have lost if it had lost them ? 

Let me add only one more reckoning. In a paper last 
year, at the Statistical Society, Mr. Noel Humphreys 
said ''that if the English death-rate should continue at 
the low average of the five years 1876-80, the mean 
duration of male life in this country would be increased by 
two years, and that of female life by no less than 34 years 
as compared with the English Life-table." And he 
showed further that " among males 70 per cent and among 
females 65 per cent of this increased life would be lived 
between the ages of 20 and 60 years, or during the most 
useful period." 

I should like to be able to tell the value in working 
power of such an addition to our lives. It is equal to 
an addition of more than 4 per cent to the annual value 
of all the industry, mental and material, of the country. 

But some will say, — admitting that it is desirable, though 




seeing how keen the struggle for maintenance already is, 
can more than this be done ? and the answer may be and 
must be, much more: In this, as in every case of the 
kind, every fruit of knowledge brings us within reach of 
something more While men are exercising the know- 
ledge they possess, they may be always gaining better. 
This Exhibition has scores of things which are better 
helps to national health than those of the same kind 
which we had 20 years ago, and with which the gains 
already made were won. If I were not in near official 
relation with the Jurors, I would name some of them : 
there are truly splendid works among them. 

But do not let me seem to disparage the past in 
praising the present It is difficult to speak with grati- 
tude enough of what has been done, even though we 
may now see ways yet better, 

Any one who has studied the sources of disease during 
the last 30 years can tell how and where it has been 
diminished. There is less from intemperance, less from 
immorality ; we have better, cheaper, and more various 
food ; far more and cheaper clothing ; far more and 
healthier recreations. We have, on the whole, better 
houses and better drains ; better water and air, and 
better ways of using them. The care and skill with 
which the sick are treated in hospitals, infirmaries, and, 
even, in private houses, are far greater than they were ; 
tlie improvement and extension of nursing are more 
than can be described ; the care which the rich bestow 
on the poor, whom they visit in their own homes, is 
every day sSving health and life ; and, even more 
effectual than any of these, Js the work done by the 
medical officers of health and all the sanitary authorities 
now active and influential in every part of the Kingdom. 

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i8 RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

But good as all this work has been, we may be sure it 
may become better. And the forces which have impelled it 
may still be relied on. We need not fear that charity will 
become cool, or philanthropy inactive, or that the hatred of 
evil will become indifference. Science will not cease to 
search for knowledge, or to make it useful when she can ; 
we shall not see less than we do now, and here, of the good 
results of enterprise and rivalry, or of the sense of duty 
or of the sorrow for shame that there should be these evils 
in the land. 

What more, then, it may be asked, is wanted? I 
answer, that which I have tried to stir ; a larger and more 
practical recognition of the value and happiness of good 
national health ; a wider study and practice of all the 
methods of promoting it ; or, at least, a more ready and 
liberal help to those who are striving to promote it In 
one sentence, we want the complete fulfilment of the design 
of this Exhibition, with all the means towards health and 
knowledge that are shown in it, and with its Handbooks, 
Lectures, Conferences, and the guidance which will be 
given by the verdicts of its Juries. 

We want more ambition for renown in health. I should 
like to see a personal ambition for renown in health as keen 
as is that for bravery, or for beauty, or for success in our 
athletic games and field-sports. I wish there were such an 
ambition for the most perfect national health as there is 
for national renown in war, or in art or commerce. And 
let me end soon by briefly saying what I think such 
health should be. 

I spoke of the pattern healthy man as one who can do 
Ws work vigorously wherever and whatever it may be. 
The union of strength with a comparative indifference 
to the external conditions of life, and a ready self-adjust- 




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ment to their changes, is a distinctive characteristic of 
the best health. He should not be deemed thoroughly 
healthy who is made better or worse, more or less fit for 
work, by every change of weather or of food ; nor he who, 
in order that he may do his work, is bound to exact rules 
of living. It is good to observe rules, and to many they 
arc absolutely necessary ; but it is better to need very few 
besides those of moderation and cleanliness, and, observing 
these, to be able and willing to live and work hard in the 
widest variations of food, air, clothing, and all the other 
sustenances of life. 

And this, which is a sign of the best personal health, is 
essential to the best national health. For in a great nation, 
distributed among its people, there should be powers suited 
to the greatest possible variety of work. No form or depth 
of knowledge should be beyond the attainment of some 
among them ; no art should be beyond its reach \ it should 
be excellent in every form of work, mental or muscular. 
And, that its various powers may have free exercise and 
influence in the world, it must have, besides, distributed 
among its people, abilities to live healthily wherever work 
must be or can be done 

Herein is the essential bond between health and educa- 
tion ; herein is one of the motives for the combination of 
the two within the purpose of this one Exhibition. I do 
not know whether health or knowledge contributes most 
to the prosperity of a nation ; but no nation can prospci 
which does not equally promote both : they should be 
deemed twin forces, for either of them without the other 
has only half the power for good that it should have. 

It is said, whether as fact or fable, that the pursuit of 
science and of all the higher learning followed on the first 
exercise of the humanity which spared the lives of sick 



20 RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF WALES 

and weakly children ; for that these children being allowed 
to live, though unfit for war or self-maintenance, became 
thinkers and inventors. We may well observe the lesson, 
though science and art are not now dependent upon 
invalids; minds are not the more free or the better 
now for having to work in feeble bodies; each nation 
needs for its full international influence both health and 
knowledge, and such various and variable health, that 
there should be few places on earth or water in which 
some of its people cannot live, and multiply, and be 
prosperous. 

If, therefore, we or any other people are to continue 
ambitious for the extension of that higher mental power 
of which we boast, or for the success of the bold spirit of 
enterprise with which we seek to replenish the earth and 
subdue it ; if we desire that the lessons of Christianity and 
of true civilization should be spread over the world, we 
must strive for an abundance of this national health, tough, 
pliant and elastic, ready and fit for any good work any- 
where; 



The Right Hoa Sir Lyon Playfair, K.C.B.. F.R.S., 
said — 

Sir, in obedience to the command of your Royal 
Highness, I venture to make a few remarks on the address 
which we have just heard. It is a remarkable and inter- 
esting address, for it opens up to us objects of great 
national interest Sir James Paget has clearly shown to 
us how much national production, and therefore national 
prosperity, is influenced by preventable mortality, and still 
more by preventable sickness. It is indeed startling to 
hear that in England and Wales alone, the actual workers 



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of the population lose every year 20iCxx),ooo weeks owing 
to sickness. 

I have long ui^ed that our public health is not suf- 
ficiently guarded by mere mortality tables. If we had 
a register of diseases as well as of deaths, at least in 
regard to infectious diseases, the guardians of public 
health would be in a much better position to effect 
further improvements in it We are all embarked on 
the sea of life, which rarely, for long periods, re- 
mains calm and peaceful. When a storm arises, there 
is peril to the many and certain disasters to some. 
The record of deaths only registers, as it were, the 
wrecks which strew the shore ; but it gives no account 
of the vessels which were tossed on the billows of 
sickness ; strained and maimed, as they often are, by 
the effects of the recurrent storms, and less and less fitted 
for the succeeding ones which they must encounter : for, 
on the sea of life, there are no havens into which we can 
run to escape these frequent dangers. Let me complete 
this analogy by comparing the absence of such knowledge, 
in regard to sickness, with the aid which we give to real 
mariners on the ocean. We have a wreck register, which 
tells us of the vessels that are lost, but, in addition to this 
guide, our meteorological observations indicate tlie coming 
storms, both as to direction and intensity, so that the 
ships, going on their voyages, are forewarned, and are 
thus enabled to shape their course and take the precau- 
tions necessary to meet the coming gala We could do 
the same thing for the health of the people, if we had a 
registration of sickness as well as of death. When a 
storm of small-pox strikes us, such as that which now 
prevails in London, our hospitals are filled, and not till 
then do families become alarmed, and insist on those 



23 RECEPTION BY THE PRINCE OF IVALES 

members of their household being re-vaccinated, who 
have worn out the protection by age. But this b a 
crude method. Had we seen this storm arising by 
noticing the increase of cases of sickness on the weekly 
registers, the disease might have been attacked at the 
outset, so that the hospitals need not have been filled. 
Until we have a system of disease-registration, public 
health cannot be administered with full intelligence 
Thirty-eight towns have already obtained local Acts in 
which provisions are made for obtaining notification of 
preventable diseases, such as typhoid fever, scarlet fever 
and the like ; and some of them, notably Glasgow, have in 
a few years reduced their mortality by this intelligent action 
of administration. We must always bear in mind that the 
main purpose of public health is the prevention and not the 
cure of disease. We have to root out the causes of diseases 
so as to prevent their growth. Judging from the numbers 
of unnecessary deaths, there must be about 4J^ millions of 
cases of preventable sickness annually in the country. , In 
such cases disease arises from disobedience to sanitary laws. 
The old poets, Beaumont and Fletcher, place the responsi- 
bilities on ourselves, when they say : — 

** Our acts our angels are, or good or ill, 
Our fatal shadows that walk by us still." 

Sir James Paget has pointed out, in his own striking 
way, the effects of our ignorance in regard to public health, 
and I trust that this Exhibition, which you, Sir, conceived 
and directed, may have the effect of continuing that im- 
provement in the health of the community which has 
been so marked in the last eight or ten years. The 
well-being of a people depends upon an intelligent appli- 
cation of thoir physical surroundings to the conditions of 



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their existence. To understand these, is science ; and to 
apply them, is the practice of public health. Sir James 
Paget, as the man of science, has to-day addressed us 
in words of wisdom, and I am sure that the numerous 
exhibitors who show difTerent methods of improving our 
dwellings, and of preserving in purity the air and water 
which are the necessaries of life, will be encouraged by 
the address to continue their efforts for the amelioration 
of the conditions under which we live. 



Lord Reav said : — 
May it please Your Royal Highness, — The 
jurors who are here to give a hearty welcome to your 
Royal Highness are fully aware of the difficulties of the 
task which has been imposed upon them. The address 
of Sir James Paget has done full justice to the intri- 
cacy of the problems which this Exhibition brings to 
the surface with reference to prevention of disease. 
Though the section with which I am connected has not 
yet been opened to the public, I may say that it will bo 
equally fertile in controversial matter. 

The inflammable material stored in the City Guilds 
Institute is sufficient to kindle enthusiasm in the withered 
soul of the most ascetic scholar. The association of a 
healthy body and a healthy mind is so natural that no 
surprise ought to be excited by their juxtaposition here. 
For both the question of the menu is all important. For 
both a varied and light diet and occasional abstinence will 
enhance their vigour, The task of the jury will be to dis- 
entangle in this Exhibition what is of permanent value 
from what is of momentary attractiveness. The latter 
attracts the casual visitor, the former tlie hygienist and the 



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educationist The real object of this Exhibition was to 
give materials worthy of the investigations of a jury such 
as we have been fortunate enough to secure. To the 
Governments of France and of Belgium we are indebted 
for support, though we have to admit that in our tardy 
invitation they might have found a sufficient excuse to 
abstain. The countrymen of Pasteur and de Laveleye will 
in matters of hygiene and education add to our thorough- 
ness, and only make us regret the more the absence of 
representative men from other countries. 

After the formal presentation to his Royal Highness 
of the Foreign and English Commissioners and Chairmen 
of Juries, 

The Prince of Wales said, — Your Excellencies, Ladies, 
and Gentlemen, — Owing to a very sad cause I was unable 
to open the Health Exhibition. But I am particularly 
glad to have had this opportunity of being present to pre- 
side here to-day on the occasion of the assembling of the 
International Juries. It has given me great pleasure to 
have made the personal acquaintance of all those dis- 
tinguished gentlemen who have come from the Continent, 
and who, no doubt at considerable inconvenience to them- 
selves, have so kindly consented to come over here to 
decide on matters appertaining to the Health Exhibition. 
It is particularly gratifying to me to have been here to 
receive them, and I sincerely hope that their labours will 
be crowned with success. (Cheers.) That the Exhibition 
has up to the present time been successful so far as 
numbers are concerned we have evidence to show, but 
I hope at the same time that for scientific and educational 
purposes the public at large may derive even greater benefit 




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from it than they can get by merely coming here to enjoy 
the Exhibition as a place of recreation. (Hear, hear.) After 
the address from the Duke of Buckingham, and the long, 
able, and most interesting one from Sir James Paget, which 
was commented upon by Sir Lyon Playfair, it would be 
perfectly superfluous for me to detain you but for a few 
moments on any subject relating to health. These ad- 
dresses, which you have all listened to with such great 
interest, will, I trust, have proved to you what an impor- 
tant consideration the matter of health is. This Exhibition, 
under the able chairmanship of the Duke of Buckingham 
and those gentlemen of the Executive Council who have 
worked under him, has, I think, been brought to a remark- 
able degree of perfection. They have done everything 
they can to make it pleasing to the eye ; but still I hope 
that those who visit the Exhibition will remember that 
there are greater and more important objects at stake — 
that they will go home impressed by the study of those 
objects as well as by the pleasure they may have derived 
from the wonderful inventions and methods of showing 
them. I wish to tender my thanks to the Lord Mayor and 
the great City Companies for their kind co-operation in 
this Exhibition, and I am sure we are all much gratified at 
the success of what is called Old London, (Cheers.) Be- 
fore concluding, I would beg to ask the chairmen and jurors 
at the close of the proceedings to constitute their juries and 
select their secretaries. 

The French Ambassador, in moving a vote of thanks 
to the Prince of Wales for presiding, referred to his Royal 
Highness's readiness on all occasions to give his time and 
to devote his energies to any cause which might advance 
the welfare of the people of this country. He called on 
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26 RECEPTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES. 

them to thank his Royal Highness, not only in die 
name of those present and of the foreigners who had 
contributed to the Exhibition, and more particularly 
those of France, but in the name of thousands upon 
thousands of the poor and disinherited of the earth, of 
children and the helpless, whose benefit would ultimately 
be promoted by this Exhibition. (Cheers.) 

The Lord Mayor seconded the motion, which was 
agreed to with acclamation. 

The Prince of Wales, in closing the proceedings 
tendered his warmest thanks to the French Ambassador 
and his colleagues for their presence on that occasion, 
and for their continued co-operalion in the Exhibition 
with which he had been connected. His Royal High- 
ness, in concluding, thanked the Lord Mayor as repre- 
sentative of the City of London, for all the City and 
the Guilds of London had done to promote the success 
of the Exhibitioa 



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AWARDS MADE BY THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES. 



CONFIRMED AND ISSUED BY THE JURY COiMMISSIONERS 



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CLASSIFICATION. 



DIVISION l-HEALTH. 

Oronp 1.— POOD. 

Clajss 1. Selfcted Displays op Unprepared Animal and Yeqetablk 

Substances used as Food in Yarions oonntiies. Stnfi^l 

Specimens of Animals, Birds, etc. Models, Drawings, and 

Illustrations of the same. 
„ 2. Preparkd Vegetable Substances nsed as Food, including 

Tinned, Compreesed and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables. 

Bread, Cakes, and Biscuits of all kinds. Tobacoo. 
„ 3. Prepared Animal Substances nsed as Food in a preeerred 

form — Tinned, Smoked, Salted, Compressed and Prepared 

Animal Foods of all kinds ; Food proauced by Insects, saoh 

as Honey, etc. 
„ 4. Beverages of all kinds — (a) Alcoholic; (6) Non-aloobolio; 

(c) Infusions (tea, coffee, cocoa, chocolate, etc.) 
„ 6. New Varieties of Food. Food for Infants, Fooa for Invalids, 

New Concentrated Foods of all kinds. 
„ 6. Cookery Practically Demonstrated. Economical Cooking, 

Workmen's and other Kitchens, Cheap Bestaurants, Bakeries, 

Caf^s, Foreign Cookery, etc.* 
„ 7. The Chemistry and Physiology of Food and Drink. The 

Detection of Adulteration, Materials nsed as Adulterants, 

Analyses, Food Constituents and Equivalents, Tables, 

Diagrams, etc. 
„ 8. Diseases due to unwholesome and improper Food. Drawing? 

and Models of Animal and Vegetablu Parasites, etc. 
„ 9. Practical Dietetics. Army atid Navy Hations, Piison and 

WorkbouKC Diet, Foreign Dietaries, etc. 
„ 10. Publications and Literature, Models and Diagrams relaiing 

to Group 1. 
„ 11. Apparatus AND Procfsses for Conserving, Stoiing, Gonvejiog 

and Distributing Fresh Food of all kinds. 
„ 12. Machinery and Appliances for the preparation of Artidei 

under Group 1. 

Oronp 2.— DRESS. 

Class 13. Collections illustrative of the History of Dresa, NatioiiAl 

Costume, etc. 



* Special Notice,— Aa Refreshments come within the scope of this Exhibition, all methods of |iit* 
paring the same, whether by cookery or otherwise, and the display and sale thereof, will bs 
matters of separate arrangement with those wishing to be represented in this section of tk 



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ffATOBPROOP Clothinq. India Enbber, Gtilta fercEaTeto 
FURfl, Skins, akd Feathebs. Drewtea for Extreme Climalea, eta 1 

16. Dkcss foe Sport, Uuntino Soits, etc. 

17. Lii^B Saviho Dkess. Divers' Dresj". Fireproof D re 
17a. The CourAtiATiVE Value of different Dress Materials for ] 

Articles of Clothing. 

18. Publications AND LITEBAT0I1K. Pattams, Statistics, DiagiamB, I 

Models relating to Group 2. I 

19. MAaiiNERY AJiD AppLiANCEa foT tlio Proparalion of AiticleB I 

under Group 2. 

3.— THE DWELLING-HOUSE. 

,M 20. DwELLiJfGS, Models, and Designs for the same, and Specimens 

of Buildings erected in the Gronndn. Fittings and Acce»- i 
sories for Dwelltng-housea. Completelj-fitted Apattineuts. 
21 Wateci Supply and Pom no at ion. — Meters, Filters, Water- 
Fittings, Cisterns, etc. 

22. IIou.'^E Draikx, their Oonstfiuction and Ventilation.^ — Sowar J 

disconnection; Sinks, Trap», Gullies; the Disposal and t 
Utilization of House Refuse. 

23. Water and Eabth Closets. Ash Closets, Commodes, Urinals, 

Disinfecting Powders and Fluids, Insect Destroyeis. 

24. Grates, Stoves, Kitcheners, Banoes, Boilkiis. etc., for Domcstio 

Use. Apparatus for Heating and Warming, Smoke Abate- 

25. Vrntilatobs, Air Inlets and Outlets, Cubic Space of Eooms, 

Cowls, Air Straining and Clenntting. 

26. LiGifTINQ AppARATOS; (a) Electrical Apparatus for Illumina- 

tion and Domestic U^e, Secondary Batteries, Eleclroliers, 
Accumulators, etc.; (&) Apparatus for Lighting by Gas, 
Gas Producers, Gm Meters, Gas Fittings, Chandeliers, etc, ; 
(f) Oil and other Lamps, Mineral Oil, Wax and other 
Candles, Vegetable and Animal Oil". 

27. Fire Prevention Apparatus — Entinctours, Portable Engines, 

Domestic Fire Escapes, etc. 

28. Materials for Sanitary House Construction — Koofs, Walls, 

Damp Courses, Solid Floors, Damp Proof Wall Coverings, 
Cements, etc. 

29. Materials for Sanitary House Decoration, Non-poiaonons 

Faints and Wall Papers, Floor Coverings, Washable 
Decoration, etc 

30. Objects for Internal Deooratios and use in the Dwelling, 

Fittings and Furniture. 

31. Batiis, Bathing Bequisitos, Public and Private Wnflh-hoiisea, 

Washing Apparatus, Detejgents, Appliances for Personal 
Cleanliness, elc. 

32. POBUCATIONS AND LITERATURE, MOObXS, PuTTURES, DIAGRAMS, 

etc, relating to Group 3. 

33. Machiseby AMD APPUANCK3 relating to Group 3, 

3a.— AMBULANCE. 

31a. Aid to Sick and Woosded is War. 



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Handcarts, Stretchers on Wheels. ^ By Animal Traction ; 
Mule Litters and Ghairw, Camel and Mephant Litters, Wheel 
Carnages, (c) By Mechanical Meam ; Hailway Ambnlances, 
Ship or Water Carriage. Trbatment (with portable a|ipli- 
ances and portable drugs), (a^ On the Fiela. (6) In Hut 
Hospitals, (c) In Tent Hospitals. Nayal and Milttart 
Hygiene. 
Class SIb. Aid to Sick and Injubed in Peace. Transport, (a) By 

Human Agency; Stretchers, Litters, Dhoolies, Palanquins, 
Handcarts, (h) By Animal JV€u:tion; for AccidentB and 
Injuries for Infectious Diseases, for Ordinary Sickness, 
(c) By Mechanical Meam; Railway Carriages for Sick and 
Invalids, Water Carriage. 

Oronp 4.— THE SCHOOL. 

Class 34. Designs and Models of Improved Buildings for Elementaiy 

Schools, Infant Schools and Cr^hes. 
„ 35. Apparatus and Fittings for Warming, Ventilating, and 

Lighting Schools, School Latrines, Closets, etc. 
„ 36. Special School Fittings for Storing and Drying Clothing. 
„ 37. School Kitchens and arrangements for School Canteens. 

Methods of warming Children's Meals, etc. 
„ 38. Precaution in schools for preventing the spre >d of Infections 

Di8ea8es, School Sanitoiia, Infirmaiies, etc. 
„ 39. Special Apparatus for Physical Training in Schools, Gymnasia, 

Apparatus for Exercise, Drill, etc. 
„ 40. Literature, Statistics, Diagrams, etc.« relating to Group 4. 

Oronp 5.— THE WORKSHOP. 

Class 41. Designs and Models for Improvements in the Arrangements 

and Conbtruction of WorkAhops, especially those in which 
dangerous or unwholesome processes aie conducted. 

„ 42. Apparatus and Fittings for preventing or minimising the 
danger to health or life from carrying on certain trades. 
Guards, Screeus, Funs, Air-Jets, Preservative Solutions, 
Washes, etc. 

„ 43. Objects for Personal Use. Mouth-pieces, Spectacled, Dresses, 
Hoods, etc., for use in certain unhealthy and poisonooB 
trades. 

„ 44. Illustrations op Diseases and Deformities caused by Un- 
wholesome Trades and Professions. Methods of combating 
the^e diKcanes. Preservative measures, etc. 

„ 45. Sanitary Construction and Inspection of Workshops, 
FACroRiES AND MiNES. (a) New inventions or improve- 
nients for ameliorating the condition of life of those engaged 
in unhealthy occupations. (6) Means of iikionomising 
Human Labour in various Industrial operations. 

„ 46. Literature, Statistics, Diagrams, etc., relating to Group 5. 

Group 5a.— METEOROLOGY IN ITS RELATION TO THE 
STUDY OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 

Class 46a. Meteorological Instruments, such as are used in climatolo- 

gical investigations; barometers, aneroids, thermometeni 



33 



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lomotors, airuiolers, ^H 



I 



tlicrmomelcr t-tiiudH, hygromoters, aiioitiometora, s 
rikin Kaiigea, automatic meteonilogical apgiaiatus, sunehino 
recorder^, evaporation jrangea, ozone pa|ierij, ozonoinetere, etc. 
i 46b. Diaobams, MoDEia, and Appakatos illiisirativa of (a) the 
cliiiiaial conditioHB prevailing iu variuus paits of the 
world; (b) the relations between henlih and disosHB ; 
(e) ruinf-ll, percolaiiou, eTajKinition, and flow from (p'ouad, 
and {d) other Bnbjocts embraced by the Exhibition. 



DIVISION II -EDUCATION. 

roup 6.— EDUCATIONAL WORKS AND APPLIANCES. 

Crbches and Infant Schools.— (a) Apparatus and Fittings 
for Citehos and Infant SohoolB ; (b) Games, Toys and 
Kindergarten AmusemenlB ; (c) Molelaand Appliances for 
teaching; (d) Examples of School Work. 

PiiiMABY Schools. — (a) AppHralua and Fittings; (6j Moilels 
and Appliances for Teaching ; Tcxt-booke, Diagrams, and 
Example- ; (c) Sperimens of work in Elementary Schools. 

Domestic Eookomt and ophkb Forms of Techxical and Is- 
DU8T1U4L Education vow Girls. — (a) Models and Apparatus 
for the teaching of Coukery, Housework, Washing and Iron- 
ing, Needliwork and Embroidery, Dressmaking, Artificial 
Flower-making, Painting on Silk, Pottery, etc. : (6) Si>eoi- 
niens of School Work. 

HAsmcBArr Teachinu in Schooi^ fob Bova. — (a) Apparatus 
and Fittings for Elementary Trade Teaching in Schools; 
(6) Specimens of School Wurk. 

SciENCK Teachino. — (a) Apparatus and Models for Elementary 
Science Instmotiun in Schools; Apparatus for Ghemiatry, 
Physics. Mechanics, etc. ; (b) Diagrams, Copies, Text-books, 
etc. ; (c) Specimens of the S.hool Work in these subjeoU. 

Art Teachiso. — (a^ Appanitua, Modila, and Fittings for 
Elementary Art In-truttion in Schools; (b) Diagi-ams, 
Copies, Text-lwoks, etc.; (c) Specimeua of Ait Work, 
Modelling, etc., in Schools. 

Technical and Apitienticeship Schools. — («) Apparatus and 
Examples used in Primary and Secon^lary Schools for 
t«.-aching handicraft^ ; (b) Models, Plans, and Designs (or 
the fitting up of Workehop and IndnBtiial Schools; (c) 
ResTilts of Industrial work done in cuoh Schools. 

ScHTOLs KOR THE Blend and fob thb Deaf and Dunn,— (u) 
Apparatus and Examples for Teaching; (6) Spcoimcns of 
School Work. 

LiTERATURB, Statixtics and Diagrams i elating to Group 6 and 
to the Effects of " Cramming " and Overwork on the Young, 
etc. 

Collective Displays of School Work and Appliauceu. School • 

MtSEDMS. 

ILiCBiNBRV AMD AppLUNCEs reUtiiig W Gtmm.^ ^. 



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LIST OF JURORS. 



JURY No. 1. 

FOOD (Ukpbefabbd). 

Class 1 . — Ufiprepared Animal and 
Vegetable Suoitancet uted as 
Food. 

LoBD Thvrlow, Chairman. 
W. Cakruthkbs, F.ILS., Vice- 

Chairman. 
H. M. Jenkins, Rqnrter. 
Prof. F. de ChAumont, F.R^. 
W. Thiselton Dyer. F.R.S. 
Prof. E. Rsy Lankester, F.R.S. 
J. Cbslmers Morton. 
Dr. B. H. Psol, F.I.G. 
M. Alexis de PerUky (AustrU- 

Hungary). 
M. Leblanc (France). 
Slgnor Cav. Roberto Montgomery 

auart (Ita^). 

JXJBT TSfo. 2. 

PREPARED FOOD AND 
CXX)KERY. 

Class a. — Pr^nred Vegetable 
Subitance* uted as Food. 
Class Z.—Prefartd Animal Sub- 
stances used as Fnod. 
Class 6.— JVVio \arietiesof Food. 
Class 6. — Cookery practically 
Demonstrated. 

Hon. F. Leveson-Oower, M.P., 
Chairman. 

Pfuf, A. H. Chubch, F.R.a, Vice- 
chairman. 

Prof. Attfleld.) 

rb.D., F.R.S.J Joint 

O. W. Wigner.^ Reporters. 
F.I.C. I 

I>r. James Bell, F.R.S. 

Monsieur Cassegraln. 

James Chambers. 

W. B. Cheadle, M.D. 

John McCall. 

C a. bhadwell Qerkc. 

W. Q. Jennings. 

Ueo. Augustus Sala. 

Surgeon-MiOor Tbeodorc Duka, 
M.D., F.R.C^. (Austri*-Hun- 

M. E. N. Bees. \ 
M. Th. Hauben. I 



M. F. Semal. 
M. Ch. van Gael. 
M. V. Vleminckx . 
M. Rebours-Guizel 



(Belgium.) 



n (France). 



Stgiu)r Cav. Ruberto Moi;tgumcry 

Stuart (lUly). 
lYof. C. F. Chandler, M.A., Ph.D. 

(United Sutes of America;. 



JURY Na a 

BEV£RAGES.>-CLAsa 4. 

Lord Alcestkr, Chairman. 
l*rof. Odlino, F.R.a, Vice-Chair 

man. 
Richard BannistM*. Baorter, 
Sir Geo. Birdwood. 
Dr. A. Dupr^ F.R.a 
Prof. C. Graham, FJ.C. 
Charles Haig. 

odolph A. Hankey. 
Dr. Owen Reee. 
H. Sel^. 
W. J. Thomnaon. 
Robert W. ChapUn (Anstria-Hon- 

g«7). 
M.Th. Hauben 1 ^n-,^„^x 
M.Ch. van Gael J CB«»K»«m). 

Mij^rUuld \ (France). 
Signor Cav. Roberto Montgomery 
Stuart (Italy). 

JURY TSfo. 6. 

CHEMISTRY. ETC., OF FOOD. 

Class 1. — Chemistry and Physi- 
ology qf Food and Drink. 
Class 8. — IHseases due to unwhole- 
some and impropt^ Fo d. 
Class 9.— Practical Dietetics. 

Dr. W. B. Carpektee, C.B.. F.R.S., 

( 'hairman. 
A. Wymcr Blyth. F.C.S., Reporter. 
Dr. Lauder Brunton, F.R.S. 
I^ruf. Fleming. 
Prof. Moseley, F.R.S. 
Dr. Pavey, F.R.S. 
Dr. Voelcker, F.R.a 
M. Berard (France). 
l*rof. C. H. Chandler. M.A., PhJ). 

(United States of America). 



JURY TSfo. 6. 

FOOD PRESERVATION AND 
DISTRIBUTION. 

Class U.— Apparatus and Pro- 
cesses /or Conserving^ Storing, 
Cunveying arul l/istributing 
Fresh Food qf all kinds. 

Lord Eoerton of Tatton, 

Chairman. 
Loud Walsikgham, Vice-Chair- 

man. 
Prof. J. P. Sheldon, Reporter. 
I Sir Daniel Cooper, Bart., K.C.M.G. 

Walter Uayward. 
' Dr. J. Hopkinson, F.R^. 



Gilbert Murray. 

A. Smee. 

M.Th. Hauben > /ri-i„-,\ 

M. Ch. van Gai-l f (B^>P«»>. 

M. Leblanc (Fraooe). 

JUBT Ka 7. 

DRESS. 
Classes 13-I7a. 

-ir Spbxcsr Wells, Bart., Ckaiir- 

wkan. 
Gborob Ramsat, C.B., VScs- 

Chairman. 
W. T. Rowlett, ReporUr. 
Gmeral Enddne. 
W. Hkrkson. 
Prof. Marshall. 
I bomas Rowley. 
George Scharf, F.& A. 
Frederick Treves. 
Hon. L. VVingflfld. 
M. J. R. FblitatT (Aosirlft-Hiui- 

garyX 
M. Lavalette ) 
M. MuUier \ (Belgtioi). 
W. Weinknechtl 
M. Sriber (France). 
Signor G. Fesu ) 

S gnor Cav. C AmbrogloXltaly). 

Sperati. | 

M. Paul GrUnwaldt (Uosala). 
Captain Francis B. Blake (United 

Sutes of America). 



JUBT No. a 

CONSTRUCTION AND 
UTTINGS. 

Class W.—Dyodlingt^ ModeU ami 

Designs. 
Class 28. - Materials for Samitary 

House OonstrucHon. 

Class 29. ^Materials f or Ssadtary 

Houu Decoration, 

Rt. Hon. G. SCLATEB-BOOTH, MJ*n 

Chairman. 
E. C. RoBiKS. F.S.A., Tkc-dkatr- 

man and Reporter. 
Sir Henry Adand, K.CB., FJt.& 
a. Aitchlson, A.R.A. 
Dr Bri»towe. 
Dr. T. Orme Dudfleld. 
W. Eassie. 

J. Clarke Hawkshaw, F.QS. 
A. B. Mltlord, C B. 
Ri v. Randolph Pigot. 
Edward Seaion. 
Prof. Roger Smith. 
Saxon Snell. 



Jlltnd WilBbooH. X.KA. 

Dr. C- W«.i I 

H. FcnllKud Uib (Autrb- 

Rnnnrr). 



JTTBT 2Va e. 






M Haituui. C.E, F.R.S., 

RKruwBB, CD., 

BUdBiD l.u)um. C.E, Rtaattar. 

FnC B. BoMiH), L'.E. 

1%. AltM CuDtulv. 

OUbsnW.CUM. 

UftiAkL WIUluB Hirnod. 

IlenfT U*. C.E. 

^tli\rj F. MurpbT. 

Tbnuu Alffleti. 

li. J SriBonii K.R.a 

r*. R. Tbonw ThotoB. 

r>r' E. V.IKn (FrMi«>, 
lienor <^v. L. Sonu ilUI]'). 

jimT Ho. la 

llEATISfl. VKNTILATIOK. 
ASO SBOKB ABATEanMr. 



|-«-r. IIsnrrLewIa, 

IliA. BJla Bnaill. 

J f. (MiliHi.r.H.I.BA. 

Ji;v|iti TomUwrf] (An^rU'lliul- 

M. |jiilb»nil*r(>-r4nn). 
BifMr CiT. L. Semui llul]'). 



JUBY No. II. 




Lint of Jarort. 



*^,} (foUluni), 
X. Jonliin (Fnncol, 
Slgnor Ctv, U. ScwM (Uily). 



JTTET No, IS. 

ELECTRIC L1UHTIS8. 
Cuu M.—LinliliiigApjiat 

Lunl RtTi.EroB.P.R.S., Okaii 

I^.r nmnkng Jfnldii,! j^^^^^ 

Cb«l« B. FpMBotelM - ' 

l-nif. A'toms.P.R.a. 

IjdlniHCUilt. 

I)r. HopklDHn. F.R.S. 

Oo\.c'.B.Wt 

V. Jordui (FriLim), 



iu. R<iuH Broi-: 
v. duUmob. 

■■id da Tului-Egmon. 



JoJin Wfalcbovd. F.S.A. 

M. q.-iel (F~n»), 

S»gD« C>v. L. Stntu (luly). 



1I.D, B.A. 

M. Promt (FrMKt). 

^gool Cii.Ubjvuuii OtldU^lutjr). 



VlKoqnt GnciKaTO!!, U,P., Ckair- 

M. E. htlMKf. IfM-CWiTMM 

H. lij^li Plottr, M.D. <Aiulriii. 
SIgiH* Prol. C*ta ai4ly). 



Lota Hr Ulflr twX Dudli'J. 

Prot. J. H»jfi<M Lmii. 

Prof. E, Sfmrt Th-mpMi, 

Bm FrWrlcb Pullmk (AuUilt 



lliiIK.rjr: 






.XT, F.R.S.. riff. 



86 



List of Juron. 



W.QtXkrtnj. 
John Hick. 

Aleounder BedgntTe, C.B. 
Dr. SmIoo. 

MiL^Srtoe.} (»*««»)• 
M. N«pl«B (France). 
SIgnor Prof. CoacU (lUOj). 



JIJBT Na 18. 

METEOBOLOOT. 
CLAflSES 46a and Ub. 

J. NOUIAV LOCKTEB, F.B.8. 

C^airwuin. 
Llent.-0«Otfr«l Stracrkt, C.S.L, 

F.R.B., Vice-chairman. 
O. J. Symont, F.B.8.. Reporter. 
T. Hawksley, F.BJ3. 
John W. Tripe. 
M. F. Senul (Belgian). 
M. Oartel (Fnnoe). 



JURY No. 2a 

PRIMABY AND GENERAL 
EDUCATION AND DOMES- 
TIC ECONOMY. 

Clam 47.^^7rcdbc« and Infant 

ackoolt. 

CLAm 48.— /Ytmory Sckoolt. 

Clabb €9.— Domestic Jiconumjf in 

SchooU/cr GirU. 

Clabb i^—CMeetive Ditplayt qf 

School Work and ApplianLU. 

J. G. FiTCH» Chairman. 

B. LiBBiiKiCH, YicC'Chairwuin. 

A. C. King. F.S.A., Halter. 

W. Lani Carpenter, F.f.C. 

VeiiUe. Archdeacon Emery. 

T. E. Heller. 

Claude Monteflore. 

Rev. M. F. CBeiUy. D.Sc. 

Rev. T. W. Sbarpe. 

F. Storr. 

Dr. Franda Warner. 

MiS)or George 8. SeweU-Oana 

\ (Aoatria-Uungary). 

M. Braan \ 

M. Cuuvreur I 

M. A. Germain > (Belgium). 

M.Slnyil, I 

M. Yerdeyen J 

M. Boisaon ] 

M. Gaaum Tr^lat > (France). 

M. Nourrlt | 

Signor l*rof. Coada (Italy). 



JURY Na SS. 

TECHNICAL AND SOENCB 
TEACHING. 

Clam bo.— AmcUerci^ Tbaddng 

in aekooU/or Hoy*. 

Class 61.— Aienee naohing. 

Class 63.— ItaMitori and A»pre»- 

tieeAip SAooU. 

Sir Bkbhhaed SAarsLSOV, Bart., 

M.P.. ChaifiMMt. 
M. JACQumAR (Franoe), Viet- 

C$kairman. 
Prof. W. E. Ayrtoo, F.B.8., JBa- 

porter. 
Profcasor Armstrong; F.B.8w 
Herr von Diefenhacb. 
Dr. J. H. Gladatooe, F.B.8. 
Philip Ifagnna. 
Sir Henry E. Boseoe, Y.&JS. 
John SUgg, M.P. 
Prof. SQvanna TbompsoD. 
Nicholas Ylgy. 
Sir S. Watorlow, Bart., M J*. 
Wm. Woodail. MJP. 
Fraoda Joseph lieathMr, Ph.D. 

( Anstrla-Himgary). 

U.^T^ ] (B^™)- 
M. de Mootmahon (France). 
Signor Prof. Cbsda \lUtyy. 

JURY Na S8. 

ABT TEACHING. 

Class 62. 

M. Aug. Oouvbsub (Belgimn)* 

Chairwuin. 
J. H. Pollkk, Vtee-tkairtnam, 
J. Sparkea, Reporter, 
G. Ailchison, A.B.A. 
ProfiBSBor W. B. Blehmond, B.A. 
B. Phen« Spiers. F.S.A. 
W. H. J. Weale. 
M. de Taye (Belgium). 
M. Bigot 1 
M. I*aal Colin > (France). 
M. Goillaumel 
Signor Pruf. Cosda (Italy). 

JIJBT No. 26. 

SCHOOLS FOB THE BUND 
AND FOB THE DEAF AND 
DUMB. 

Class 64. 

Major - General Cotton. C.S.I., 

Oiairman. 
EvMUMD Johnson, Vtce-Chairman. 
Arthur Klnt-ay, Reporter. 
B. St. John Ackers. 
A. Buckle. 

Colonel BichardaoD Gardner, M.I'. 
William Harris. 
BcT. B. G. Johns. 



BsT. H. D. FsmoD. 

M.Btoaun 

M. Deranz 

M. Hauben (Bslglom). 

M. Lavatette 

M. Slays 

M. Hcnrr Lbinrflls (Frsnce). 

Signor PiPof. OikU (Italy). 

JUBT No. 2a 

LmUATUXB SKLATnO 10 

DnrmoN L 
Glasses 10, 18, 82, 40^ 46. 

Pior. W. H. Flowu, LLJ)n 

F.B.8., CAotfrsuM. 
C. M. KKmiSDT, C.B.. Ffee-Clatr- 



R. J. MsuB, M J)., F.R.a&, 



R. Bradeoell Garter. 
Prof. O arey I VMter, F JLS. 
H. A. Peiiy. 
J. L. GHflbrd SkDlth. 
Dawson Williams. 

Mijanssens } (Bd8»«n). 
M. HteBsnt (Jfrnaoey, 

JURY Na 27. 

LmBATUBS BSLAtnrO TO 

DnrniOH IL 

Glass 66. 

HsnnrMoBLBT, Chenirmcm, 
Bev. T. W. Sbabts, hiee-Ckair' 



A. C. King. F.&A., J^porfcr. 

liimest Clarke. 

Sir E. H. Corrie. 

lUrv. Thomaa Graham, D.D. 

C. W. Uti. 

Owen Boherts, M JL. 

F. Storr. 

Dr. Francis Wsnier. 

M. Braun \ 

M.Sluys V (Belgliu). 

M. Verdeyen I 

M. Himttit (mnoe). 

JUBT No. 2a 

MACHINEBY IN GENEEAL. 
Classes 12. 18. 33, 67. 

Sir Frbdseiox Beamwsll. F JLSw, 

Chairwum. 
Dr. Wm. POLE, F.B.S., Fics- 

Chairman. 
James Forrest, Rtporter, 
W. Anderson. 
W. H. Barlow, F.ILa 
E. A. Gowper. 
I), lldgeon. 
Prof. W. Cawtlwme Unwia. 



DESCEIPTIVE LIST 

OP THE AWARDS MADE BY THE INTERNATIONAL JURIES, 

COISriRMED AKn ISatlED Bt 

THE JURY COMMISSIONERS. 



Where more ikan one Aaard it made the Exhibilor viitl, t 

tPiVi the ReyuUtlioni, reeeive only one Medal of each hhid. The nanAer 
and rialue of Ike Aieardi wiU be stated on the Certijkaleg aceompanyiiu} 
the Medal*. 

hof been decided to defer the adjadieation of Awardt to Exhibitora of 
Elaclrie Incatideacente Lamps in Claia 26 until the Exhibitt tiicludai 
under Ihit h^ad in the Exliibition of Invenliong, 1885, are dealt toith, tn 
order that the comparative leilt, ahich miut extend oter a long period, 
may he tkorowjhlg carried out. 

the follomuy litta the Non-eompetitice Auiards, conmgting of Diplomas of 
Honour and Special Cerlifieatee of Tkankt, are arranged together, and 
are foHoiDed by the littt of Medals of each grade ; the wl*ole being placed 
It alphabetical order, together with the description of the Aviarde ex- 
traetcd from the Jury B^orls. 



DIFLOlllAS OF HONOUB. 



Antwerp, Cr&cho Marie 
(.Bdgium). 



Coliection of School PittJuga. 

KiodergarteD Work. 

Reaulto of Teaching Needlework itDil 
othiT Miuiual EmploTiutiat to Girls 
in Commmial Schools, 

Eilucatioaal Exhibit. 

Ediieational Exhibit, osppcially Schoul 
Furniture and Drawinga by Girls. 

Furniture and Fittings. 



n Ihu apphciitioD furnit hkrc bcrc Ucn 



38 



DIPLOMAS OF HONOUR--«m«w«eJ. 



Class. 
52 

Literature 

2 

20 

31 

(34-40) 

47 

48 

^49 

(50, 51) 
52 
55 

31 A&B 

40 
53 



52 



52 



32 



46 A&B 

14 

20 

31 A & D. 

47 




Antwerp, £cole Profes- 
sionnelle des Filles 
(BeHgium}, 
Austrian Government 

Baroda, (Government of . 
Bath, Mayor and Corpora- 
tion of 



» 



fi 



Belpum, Ministry of 
Public Instruction. 



» 

ft 

» 

n 
t) 

M 
91 



99 



91 



tl 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 99 99 
99 99 99 
99 99 99 

Ministry of the 
Interior. 



99 99 



99 



99 



99 



»9 



99 



99 



99 



Ministry of the 
Interior (Aca- 
demy of Fine 
A rtsand Draw- 
ing). 

Ministry of the 
Interior(Indns- 
trial Schools) 

Social ^ Hoyale de 
M^ecine Pub- 

. lique de Bel- 
gique. 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



99 



War Department 



99 



99 



99 99 99 

Berlin, Verein ftir Volker- 
ziehung und Yolkskin- 
dergarten (Qermany), 



Exhibit. 



Educational Exhibit. 



CoUectionof Works relatingioEdacation. 

General Exhibit 

Baths, Ancient and Modem. 

Plan of the Baths of Bath (by Major 
C. E. Davis). 

Plans, Statistics, &c., relating to Scholas- 
tic Hygiene. 

Educational Exhibit, especially Kinder- 
garten Teaching Apparatus. 

Ceneral Educational Exhibit, especially 
that of the Direction G^^i^ale. 

Needlework and Domestic Economy 
Exhibit. 

Educational Exhibit. 

Art Instruction. 

Statistics of Literature and Teachers' 
Library. 

Regulations and Specimens of Appliances 
at the Central State Vaccination 
Establishment. 

Plans of Schools, Various Publica- 
tions, &c. 

Collective Display of Industrial and 
Professional Schools; Hygiene Li- 
brary, and Regulations fur Profes- 
sional Schools. 

Fine Art Work and Designs. 






Industrial Art Teaching. 



Exhibits connected with Sanitary 
Science. 



Tables and Diaojams illustrative of the 

relation between Climate acd Disease. 
Ambulance Carriages, Waterpioof 

Clothing, &c. 
Improvements in Military Buildings. 
Ambulance Exhibit. 
Specimens of Work and Intelligent 

Method of Teaching the Connection 

of Nature and Art. 







^^^■^^^^^^1 




^^^^^^H ^^^^^^^^^^M 




30 


^^^M 


' 




^H 




DIPLOMAS OF nO^OVJi-conlimted. H 


Ul*». 


Name. 


ExiiiniT. 




BeihDRl Oreen Bmocli 






Mliwuid. See (jckncc 






and Art De|«rtiiifnit. 




43 


BimiiiLghani School Board 


Syslero and RBSidis of Teaching Needle- 
work and other Manual Work to 
Girla. 


(60 * 53) 




Handicraft Work. 


51 




Svatcm of Science Teaching 


5li 


" " " 


Educational Exhibit, BSiwially the 
Syetem of Science Teaching and ila 

Mr. W. J. HarriB(.n). 


49 


HI«rlioff.heim Foundation 


Keedlework and Artificial Flowers by 




(/•™««) 


PupLIa. 


34 


ItonloftMt, City of (France) 


Plans of Schoolfl. 


32 


BTdMux, Socials d'Hy- 
niSnePubUqueC/'ranBT) 


Special Publicationa. 


55 


Itraail, Gunernl luspecior 
of Primsry and 
Seoundarf Educa- 


School BookB and School Work. 


60 


„ lni[«rial Govcrn- 


Illustrstionaof BducaHonal Methodsand 




iDcat or 


in the Instruction of the Blind. 


1 


lirituh Bce-Keepcra'Asso- 


Combined Exhibit, Syalcm of Boe Cul- 


3 


^\. "^' 


rromotion of Beo Culture. 


47 


BriliKh and Foreign 
School Socit^ty. 


Educational Exhibit. 


48 


Bni'hcM of the Christian 
ScliOula,lnBtituleortha 




(62 ft 63) 




Results of Art and Handicraft Teachins. 


48 


Br..thcrB of tho Christian 
8ohool»,rnBiituteofthe 


Educational Exhibit. 


53 




Results of Art Teaching. 


52 


" ", (Cala-la) . 


ResultBot Art Teaching.' 


62 


„ ,. (rra,^) . 


Methods of Teaching Drawing, and 

Pii[)il3' Work. 


53 




Educational Kxl libit. 


5a 


„ !, (JJnltfd SlaU, 
of America) 


Results of Art Teaching. 


Llleruttire 


BrusscU, City of. Bureau 
of Uy- 


Collective ^^^^^1 


81*4 B 


Ifum) 


Ambulance Exhibit. ■ 


45 


Factory 
y<wr») 


Elevator for unloading Coal Vesaela. ^M 



40 



DIPLOMAS OF HONOUB— amplified. 



Clahh. 


Nahb. 


Exhibit. 


52 


Brussels, £cole Profession- 
nelle de Jeunes 


Educational Exhibit 




FiUes (Belgium) 


• 


65 


>i n n 




DcKl^nis for Lace and Rmbroiderini, 
Artificial FlowefH, &c. 


13 


n Ecole Profession- 
nelle des Tail- 
leurs de Bmz- 
ellcs (Belgium) 


Instruction in Catting (kit Clothes. 


13 


„ CEnvre des Vieux 
Vdtements 
(Belgium) 


UtilL-ation of Old Clothing. 






2 


„ S(x;i^t!s Co-opera- 
tive A limentaire 


Geuoral Exhibit. 


• 


(Belgium) 




(34-39) 


Calvados, Depart ementdu 

(France). 
Canadian Pacific Railway 


Plans of the Training College at Caen. 


1 


Agricultural Products from Manitoba 




Company 


and the North- West of Canada. 




Cercle de la Librairie, de 






rimprmerie, et de la 






Pap€terie,Paris (France) 






See Paris. 






Cercle Parisien de la Lip:ue 






de rEnseignement, Paris 






(France) See Paris. 






Chinn, Imperial Maritime 
Uustoms 


General Exhibit in the Chinese Court. 






Literature 


„ Peking Colli ge 


Publications, &c 




„ I'rotestant MiKsions 


Ningpo Collection. 




„ Shanghai Arsenal . 


Publications, &c 




Christian Brothers. See 






Brothers of the Chris- 






tian Schools. 




1 


Committee of Importers 
of Australasian Frozen 


Australian Frozen Mutton. 








Mutton. 




48 


Creupe, D^^uirtement de la 
(France), 


Work by School Children. 


13 


Denmark, Ministry of Ma- 
rine. 


Navy Clothing. 


13 


„ War OflBce 


Army Clothings 
Needlework, Embroidery, &c. 


13 


Donegal Industrial Com- 




mittee. 






Du Cane, Col. Sir E. F., 






K.C.B.,R.E. See Lon- 






don, Home Office, Prison 






Department. 





^^^^^^^^^^1 ^^^^ 




■ 




DIPLOMAS OP HONOUR-M„(,-n«erf. ^^^| 


Clami. 


Na«k. 


FiBIBIT. 


56 


EUinhnrgh School Bunrd. 


Models of SchooU and Kes.illa of Scliool 


\ 




Work, tHpccially Drawicg. 


(50, 51, & 53) 


France : Hinigtry of Com- 








Arts et Miitiers at Aii. 


57 




Machinery fniin the same. 


M 


„ MiaiBlryof Inlerior, 
National Idb'Um- 
tion for the Deaf 
nnd Dumb. 


IiiduBlrial and Sclioliutic Exhibits. 




Instiluto for the 






Blit«i 




(34-39) 


„ Miniairy of Public 


School Plana prepared by thoComitS des 
UatinieutB S<:ol aires— Plans of the 
National SchooU at Roubaii and 
LiniogeH — Plana of Lycto and 
CullegM. 


<48 ft 5C) 




GnintH of G«3graphical Apparatus to 
Primary Schools and Training CoUeKes 
— S[*oinienB of Work from the Ele- 
mentary Schools of CSle d'Or, Paa-de- 
Calais, Bordeam, Amiens, Tunis, &&, 
and from the Trainins Colleges of 
Aiileuil, Limoges, Bordeaua, Ver- 
sailles, Kouen, etc. 


49 




IWulaticms about the Teaching of 
Domeslic Ecoriomy, and Collective 










(50, 51, * 58) 


» n » 


Grants of Scientific MateriaU to Primarv, 
Higher Priinarv, and Normal SohooU 

Pupils of the School! at Koiion. 






livreux, Voiron, etc., and by Students 
of the tco\e Nonnale Sp&Ule da 
Travail Monnel. 


52 


" 


Types of Art Muaenms, and Reward 
Cards for Elementary Schools ; Col- 
lection of Casta for Teachiui; Draw- 










ing—Drawings by Candidates for the 






Certificate of Art Teacher; Collection 












Training Colleges of Auteuil and 


55 


•1 


SUtistics and Document* on Public In- 






struction in France.~8pecimens of _ 






Books granted to I'raining Ckjileaes, J 
Cantonal Libraries, and Beading ■ 










Libmriea of ElementoTT Schoobi. ■ 
Wood Carving and Uodolling. , ■ 


<60, to 53) 


Forlwungen, Grand DucjvI 




Wood-carving Schoul, 




^ 


BadsQ (Otrmans). 


^^^^J 



42 



DII>LOMAS OF HOKOUB— eoRlmiMd. 



Clarr. 


Name. 


RXHTBIT. 


1 


Oembloiix, School of {Bd- 

gium), 
Geneva, School of Indus- 


Samples of Cereals, &c 


62 


Ceramic Panel* Furniture, and Bronscs. 




trial Art ( Switzerland^ 




48 


G«noa,City of: Munici|al 
Pedagogic and Scholastic 
Museum {Italy), 


Anthropometric Chair. 


(34-39) 


Gironde, D^nartement de 
la (France) 


Plans of Elementary Schools and Train- 




ing College. 


47 


Gironde, Inspection Acadd- 
mique de la (France) 


Specimens of Work done in Infant 




Schools. 


Designs 


Glasgow, Corporation of 
the City of. 


Glasgow Lodging Houses. 


56 


Glasgow iSchool Board 


Models, etc, of Schools, and Results of 
School Work, especially Drawing. 


(34-39) 


Havre, City of (France) 


School Plana. 


Literature. 


Uungarian Gbverument . 


Collection of Works relating to Educa- 
tioiu 


Literature 


Italy, Ministry of Agricul- 
ture, Industry and Com- 
merce. 


Collection of Educational Works. 


13 


Italy, Ministry of the In- 
terior 


Clothing. 


Literature 


f> » >t 


Official Publications. 


55 


„ Ministry of Public 
Instruction. 


Documents and Statistics on Education. 


13 


„ Ministry of Marine. 


Navy Clothing. 


31 A&B 


9t » l» 


Ambulance Exhibit. 




Japan, Department of Ed- 


Collection of Teaching Apparatus and 




ucation 


School Results. 


49 


>» » n 


Needlework in Elementary Schools. 


13 


„ Departmen t for Im- 
perial Household. 


Collection of Dress. 


39 


„ Institute of Gym- 
nastics. 


Gymnastic Apparatus and Models. 




„ Institute of Music 


Collection of Musical Instruments. 


13 


„ Navy Department 


Naval Uniforms. 


30 


„ Printing Bureau, 
Finance Depart- 
ment 


Specimens of Paper. 


(2 4 3) 


„ Sanitary Bureau, 
Home Depart- 
ment. 


Collection of Food Products, 


13 


„ Senji Government 
Woollen Factory 


Woollen Fabrics. 


13 


„ War Department 
See also Tokio. 


Army Uniforms. 




DIPLOMAS OP HONOUR— flm/;«ue J. 



K arlsruh*, Administration 
for Applied Art Schools 
in the Grand Duchy of 
Baden (Germany) 



Lancaster, Roynl Albert 
Aiiyliini Tor Idiots and 
Imbeciles of the North- 
era Coimtiea 

Liverpool, Corporation of. 



(M. 51, A 53) 
31 A A 



(60, 51, & 53) 



Livtt Institute, Nantes 

CF™««). 
London, A rm y Mai icol Do- 
pa rtmcnt, 
„ Brrad Psform 
Lsaguo 
City Mid Guilds of 
Loiiiion IiiBli- 
liile Techni&il 
CuUegB, Fius- 

Coachniakers' Com- 
pany of the City 
of. 

HomeOffice Prison 
Depfirtnierii (Col. 
SirE-F-DuCace, 
K.C.B., II.R.) 

Ladies' Sanitary As- 



Metropolitan Water 
Cimpaiiics. 

National ArtTrai-i- 
ine School, South 
Kenaington. 

National Associa- 
tion f.n' the Pio- 
motioD of Social 
Science. 

National Health 
Society. 

National Society . 

Itoligioua Tract 8o- 
Bchool Board 



Resulls of Applied Art Teaching. 



» fur Sense Culf are. 



Scavenging anil Road Watering 

Specimens of Work by Piipila of Pro- 

fessiocal School. 
Ambulance Eihibit 

Directing attention to the Valno of 

Whole Mial Brc^ad. 
niustratiuQS of Technical Education. 



Drawings. 

Prisoncra" Diet. 



Model of Prison Cell. 

Popular Treatises on Suhjects Bearing 

upon Health. 
Illustrations of London Water Supply. 



Popular Treatises on Sanitary Science. 

Educational Appliances. 
School Boolc>>, &c. 
Booka, &c 

Method and Results of Teacliing 
Needlework, &c. 

Educatiooal Exhibit. 



44 



DIPLOMAS OF HONOUR-oimfo'iwedL 



Class. 



61 



56 



7 
56 



34 



13 
23 

18 

31 A&B 
46 A&B 



Literature 



Liteiatnre 
Designs 

48 
52 



48 




London School Board (oem* 
tinned) 



f 



ft 






„ Society of Public 
Analysts. 

„ Society for Pro- 
moting Christian 
Knowledge. 

M Society of Arts 

Lot-et-Garonne, D^parte- 
ment du (France) 



MagnuBson, Mrs. (for Ice- 
landic Exhibitors) {Ice- 
land.) 

Manchester, Corporation of 



Manchester and Salford 
Association 

Metropolitan Asylums 
Board. 

Miquel, Dr., Service Micro- 
eraphique de la Ville de 
Paris a rObeervatoire de 
Montsouris (/Vance). 

Milan, Reale SocietA Ita- 
liana D*Igiene (Italy), 



Netherlands, Gkjyemment 

of the 
New York City Board of 

Health (^United State$ 

of America), 
Nord, D^partement du 

(France) 
Normal Training Schools, 

Collective Exhibit 

(Belgium). 



Paris, Cercle de la Li- 

brairie, de la Pa- 

peterie,et derim- 

primerie (France) 



Exhibit. 



System of Science Teaching for Pupil 
Teachers, and of Obiect Lmon Teach- 
ing in In&nt Schools. 

Educational Exhibit, ei^pecially Lending 
Libraries, Kindergarten Apparatns, 
Maps of School Districts, and Apnara- 
tus for Toaobing Science to Pupil 
leadiers. 

Exhibit illustratiye <if Adulterations. 

Educational PublicaticDB. 



Journal, and Papers relating to Public 

Health. 
Plans of Elementary Schools. 



Handmade Woollen Goods and Em- 
broideries. 

Collection and Treatment of Fecal 
and other Matters, and their Manu- 
facture into Manure. 

Publications. 

Ambulance for Infectious Cases. 

Instruments and Publications bearing 
on the relation cf Atmospheric Con- 
ditions to Public Health. 



Hygienic Publications. 



Collection of Sanitary and Educational 

Works. 
Designs for Sanitary Works 



Specimens of Pupils' Work from Primary 

and Higher Primary Schools. 
Educational Exhibit 



Collective Exhibit of Educational and 
Scholastic Books. 



^^^^^^^^I^^B 




■ 




DIPLOBIAS OF nONOITR-Mn/.HiMi ^^^^ 


Chi Be. 


Name. 


EXMIBiT, 








e2 


P»ri«, Cercie de Ib Li- 


CoUettive Esbibit of Works for Teach- 




brairip, do la Fa- 


ing Drawing. 




petcrie, et de I'lm- 






iirimene (Frana) 






l^,lin<^.) 




55 




Collective Eihibit of DocumenU on 
Schools and Education. 


39 


„ Cerele Fariaicn de la 


Specimens of Ojnmastic Apparalua 




LiKuedel-EnaeiK- 
nt-.ucutCfmn«) 


granted to Schools by the Cercie. 


55 


Specimens of hooka gmntwJ Ut Elemen- 






tary Schools by the Cercie. Doeu- 






nieiita ou its Oruaninaiiou, 


55 


„ M.18& PAIagogique, 


Do<:uiiiants and PaptTs relating b) the 




(/Van«). 


MUKM. 


-10 


„ Sncifili de llharit^ 
MaWroelle (/^vi.iw) 


I'ubUcaiiona rdaling to the Society. 


32 


„ Sud^t^ <le MtMcciDS 


Publications and Wurks of MuiiiWs of 




Publique et d'Uv- 


the Suciaty 




giSne I'rofession- 






Dolle (J-mH«) 




3< 


„ 8.«i*i* de« Crtchw 


Be.iuccd Mmiel of a Crdcho, Plans. 




f^na> ^ 




34 


„ S"c\ii6 dM Ecoles 
En fun tines (f rnnon) 


elans and Model of Infant Schoota. 


47 


•. 


Sp-'cimens of Work done in lufiint 
Scliools. 


dtcnrtUK 


„ Sod^t^ Fran^ise 




d-Hyglfenp (France) 




5S 


„ 8od«l« pour rit.- 


Synoptic Table of liio Worka of the 




Btrucllon filiSmou- 


Society. 


10 


t^re (JiVot.«). 
„ ScxAid Pro(«ctrice 

de I'Eulance 

(F™n«). 
„ ViUo de {France} . 




7 


Municipal LaboMtory. 


21 


" ■• ■ 


Water Sup[jly, Sawerage and Scaven- 
ging of Pnrin. 


M&25) 




Heating and Ventilating ApgiaratUB. 


.27 




Fire Engines and Appiianc«8. 


SlAftB 






(81-39) 


" ■ 


I'Inns of Schools and of the QyinnaM 
Voltaira 


48 


' ■ 


Materials for Primary Schools; Soho- 
lars" Work. 


49 


" ■ 


Schools in the Rua Violet, Ru8 


k SI, & 53) 


■■ ■ 


Scientific Materials for Primary SchooU; 
Specimens of Manual Work. 


62 


" " ■ 


Higher Primary, and Ninht Schools: 


lyi 


1 CaniB for Teaching Drawing. ^H 



46 



DIPLOMAS OF HONOUB— ooiKhmmiL 



Class. 


Namb. 


Exhibit. 


56 


Paris, VUle de (/Voncc) . 


Scholars' Work ; School MuseuniA. 


33 


„ „ Prefecture 


Exhibit Illustrative of the Water Supply, 




of the Stine (France). 


Sewerage, Paving, and SamtatioQ of 
Paris. 


18 


Pkirktffl Museum of Hy- 
giene, Loudon. 


Literary Exhibits. 


(7. 8, 9) 


Pasteur (France) . 


Scientific Discoveries. (Special Diplomn 
of Honour.) 


(50, 51, & 53) 


Rio de Janeiro, School of 
Arts & Handicrafts 
(Brazil). 


Educational Exhibit 


21 


Rome, City of (Italy) . 


Water Supply and Sanitary Arrange- 
ments, and Ancient Pipes. 


24 


i» i> • 


Model and Specimens of the AncieDt 
Method of Warming Buildings. 






31 A&B 


» 91 * 


Ambulance Exhibit 


Literature 


»» M • 


Collection of Sanitary PablicatioDSL 


34 


Rouen, City of (France) . 


Plans of Schools. 


4» 


„ „ £cole Fro- 
fes8ionnclle 
et M^nagdre 
(France) 


Scholars' Work. 


(50 & 53) 


„ „ Jficole Pro- 
fessionnelle 
Sui ^rieure 
(France). 


Scholars' Work. 


Literature 


Russia, Oovemment of . 


Collection of Educational Works. 


13 


„ Ministry of Marine 


Clothinj^. 


13 


„ Ministry of War . 


Army Clothing. 


31 A&B 


St. John Ambulance As- 
sociation. 


Ambulance Exhibit 


23 


St. Helens, Mayor and Cor- 


Pail and Tub System for the Disposal 




poration of. 


of Town Refuse. 




School. See under respec- 






tive Towns. 




6 


School of Cookery, South 


Demonstrations, Lectures, and Cheap 




Kensington. 


Dinners. 


7 


Science and Art Depart- 


Illustrations of the Chemistry and 




ment, South Kensing- 


Physiology of Food. 




ton. Branch Museum, 






Bethnal Green. 




50 


Sheffield School Board 
Central Schools. 


Specimens of School Work, &c 




Siam, Government of 


General Collection. 


52 


Stuttgart, Frauenarbeits- 
schule, Wurtemberg 

((hrmany) 


Good Teaching in Design and Colour. 




Class. 


Nt-UR. 


ESHIDIT. 


(50, 51, A 53) 


Siuttgsrt, Royal Building 
School, Wurtembe:^ 

(Ger/nany) 


Collcolion of School Work. 


52 




System of Teaching Architecture and 


■ 




Construe tiun. 


titomturP. 




Collective Eibihil. 


55 


„ Miuistry of Public 


Statislicnl and other Works, showing 




InatruclioQ 


the (ienoral Advance in Education. 


■ 








Tokio, Educational Mu- 

BBUin (Japan), 
Tokio, NatioDal Museum 


Collection of Ai'paratQs for Tcachins. 




Collection of Art Workm ahip. 




Tokio, ijniveraity of 
Tunis Regency of. Schools 






Students' Work. 


49 


Work of Scholars iu Arab and other 






SchoolB. 


53 


Turin, City of (/te?j) . 


School Album. 


liUenltira 


United Stale* of America, 










9 


„ Navy Dejiartment. 


Navy Rations as Supplied to the 
areelyIU-UefExpe.)itioD. 


13 





Navy Clothing, and Ulolhing as Supplied 
to the Qreely Exjioditiou. 


13 




Army Clothing. 


2 


V^ctarian Society. 


Exhibition of Vegetarian Dietaries. 


2 


Venezuela, Govenimeatof 


Food I'tuduotH. 


4 




Cocoa, 


t61,i53) 


m^am{A«ttria-ffunffar!,) 


Technological Exhibit. 


S3 


Vilvorde, Ecole Pratique 
d' Horticulture del'Eiat 


Plan of the School and Oucumouts. 


53 


Weinlaube Oenological 
burg (A (MtTM-ZTunoary) 


Oenohigtcal Exhibit. 






66 


Appliances for Teaching Soieneo and 




mittec Weatminater 


Gei^raphy, and lioaulta of PiipiiB' 




Training College. 


Work. 





48 



SPECIAL OEBTIFXCATES OF THANES. 



Class. 



13 
20 

Literature 

55 
Literature 
Literature 

48 

20 
51 
32 



55 

32 
48 
55 
55 
55 
32 
48 

55 
52 



55 



Literature 
65 
55 




Bain, Mrs. Georsje . 
Baldwin, W. J. (United 

States of America). 
Batsford, B. T. 
Black ie & Son 
Blakiston, Son, & Co. 
Bogue, David 
Brann, T. (Belgium) 

(Member of Jury;. 
Brigg-', Warren R. ( United 

States of America.) 
Brussels, La Fratemelle 
Beige, (^Belgium) 
„ Soci^t^ de Se- 

cours M6dicaux gra- 

tuits (Belgium) 



Cambridge University 

Press. 
Cassell & Co., Limited , 



»> 



91 



9f 



» 



M 



>» 



Chambers, W. & R. 
Chapman & Hall, Limited 
Churchill, J. & A. . 
Collins, William, Sons, 
& Co., Limited. 



»> 



91 



99 



I 



Comte, M., Editor of " Bib- 
liothfeque de TRnseigne- 
ment des Beaux Arts " 
(France) 



De Beauchamp, A., Chef 
de Bureau, Ministry 
of Public Instruction 
(^France), 

Delvaille, Dr. C. (France) 

De Malarce (France) 

De Sabatier, Plantier 
(France,) 



Exhibit. 



Dress Collection. 

Boiler Setting in the Tribune Building, 

New York. 
Publications. 

Elementary School Books. 
Publications. 
Publications. 
Classical Books, &c. 

Plans for Heating and YentilatioQ of 

Schools. 
Publications on Hygiene, &c. 

Comprehensive Books on Health Mat- 
ters. 



Educational Publications. 

Publications on Hygiene. 
Educatioi^al Works. 



99 



99 



Elementary School Books. 

Publications. 

Publications on Sanitary Science. 

Educational Publications. 



99 



Publications. 



» 



Collection of Laws and Regulations 
Relating to Advanced Education. 



Documents on School Hygiene at 

Bayonne. 
Documents relating to Scholastic Saving 

Banks. 
Publications Relating to Children's 

Entertainments. 



^1 


^^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^^H 


^^I^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^^^^1 




^M 


SPECIAL CERTIFICATES OF THANKS— conlin^d. S 


Class. 


Nam. 


EstllBLT. 


52 , 

65 
51 
55 
55 


De Tao.ve, E. {Bdgium) 

(Member of Jury.) 
Da Toekomift (Belgium) . 
Devillez. A. F. (Bdgiam} 
Doen, G.(Be!.jimn) 
Doaliot, M. (J^Vaiice) 


Syatem of Teaching Elementary Draw- 

Trefltiae on Popukr Librarien. 
Books on the Ventdalion of Mines. 
Treatises on Scholastic Gymnastici. 
Documents relating to Scholastic Ex- 


iJLeiatnre 

40 

32 


Dublin, Local Qovemnient 

B.«rd. 
Dii Moulin, N. (Belgium) 
llurand-Claye (FronCT!) . 


Official Publications. 

Publicttdons on Epidemics. 
Documents relating to the Spread of 
Typhoid Fever. 


1 


Edinbui^ Health 8(>ciety 
Erncd, L. (Belgium) . 


General EKhibit. 

PubUcntions. 

"LaSant^duPeupla." 


66 

40 
31 
3-2 


Farningham A Swaoley, 
Hnmea for Little ftiyB. 
F.-nitraerta. A. (Belgium) 
Fler8,Cityof (Fratux) . 
Frith & Co. . 


Specimens of School Work, oapecially 

Prjniing. 
Publications. 

Phologrsplis of Health Rewrta. . 


Utenture 

4S 
65 


Oill, L. Upcolt . 
Gillow A Co. 
Griffith & Farron . 
Groult. EdmouJ (Frana) 


Collective Exhibit ^^^ 
School Books and Appliances. 
DocumentB relating to Cantonal Mu- 


15 


Griinwaldt, Paul (Biusia) 
(Member of Jury). 


Collection of Fura, &c. 


0, 61, & 53) 


Hammer, Oeorgo H. Se 


I^aboratory Fittings. 


0, 51, & 53) 
IdtemtuK 

22 

48 

48 


Co. 
Haul Bourdin, figole 

(Fran«\ 
Havre. City of. Bureau 

d'HygWne (France). 
Hawksley, Charlea . 
nimcur, F. (France) 

Member of .Jury.) 
Hughas Joseph . . 


SpecimcDB or Children'* Manual Work. 

Documenta. 

ApiwnluB for Tostins of nouse Drains. 
Gwigraphical and Scientilic Works fur 

Schools. 
Educational Publications. 


1151,453) 


lIlieTB, Scolo Primsiro Sii- 
pdrieure (France) 

[i»1ian Ten D'tnlricts Aim> 
olatiou. 


Sj-ecimon of Boys' Manual Work. 


4 


OtllectiuQ of Teas. 



50 



SPECIAL CERTIFICATES OP TH A NK8-«m<tiw«l. 



Class. 



Literature 
20 



(50, 51, & 53) 



32 

32 

Literature 




Johnston, W. & A. K. . 
Joubert et Fils (France) . 



40 
48 

32 

15 



Literature 

55 

Literature 
32 



Literature 
Literature 

Literature 
48 



Literature 



fi 



99 



») 



>» 



>t 

32 

Literature 



Karol, F. & Co. (Schools 
of Zakopane, Rymanow, 
& Kenczuga {Austria- 
Hungary), 

Kiug, P. S., & Son 

Knight, & Co. 
Kraus, Dr. B. (^Austrior 
{Hungary). 



Laisn^ N. (France) 
Lambert, Marcel {France) 

Latham, Baldwin (Member 

of Jury) 
Lavalette - Weinkuecht 

S Belgium) (Member of 
tury) 
Layet, Dr. {France) 

Lebon, L^n {Belgium) 

Lewis, H. K. 

Li^ge, CoDseil de Salubrity 
Publique de la Province 
de Li^ j^e (Belgium), 
Lockwooid, Crosby, & Co. . 
London, Admiralty Medical 
Department. 
Colonial Office . 
Company of Ma- 
kers of Playing 
Cards. 
Foreign Office 
General Kcgister 

Office. 
Lo2al Govern- 
ment Board. 
Lord Mayor & 

Corporation of. 
Met n)politanBoard 

of Works 
latent Office 
Sanitary Insti- 
tute. 
Low, Sampson, & Co. 



Exhibit. 









>» 



i» 



II 



II 
II 



Publications. 
Furniture. 



Technological Exhibit 



Parliamentary Papers relating to Public 

Health. 
Publications on Health Administration. 
Publications on Health. 



Works on the Teaching of Gymnastics. 
Plans of a GoU^ d*£nsei^nement 

Special. 
Lit^ture. 

Collection of Stuffed Animals, Furs, Ac. 



Medical Inspection of Schools at Bor- 
deaux. 

Historical and Statistical Sumirary of 
Primary Instruction. 

Publications. 

Publications, 



Publications. 
Official Beports. 

Official Beports. 

History of the Use Made of Playing 
Cards in Past Times for I'eadiiing 
History, Biography, Geography, &c. 

Official Publications. 

Official Publications. 

Official Publications. 

Official Pablioationa. 

Official Publications. 

Official Publications. 
Publications on Sanitary Science. 

Publications. 



SPECIAL CERTIFICATES OP THANKS-con(.n»«I. 



and DealgDs 
47 

fiM. 51. & 53) 
{60, 51, ft 63) 



DengiiB 

LiUntnre 

LiMralHTO 
LiUrature 

47 



McOiU (Member of Jury) 

MacLeod (Belgium) 
MiigDat, af. (Frunt. ) . 

Manceaux, H. {Belgium) 
MayciJa, Karl (/upon) , 
Majeda, Marquis (Japan) 
MerrywMther & Sour 
M8ttr»y, School of (fronce) 
Meyer, H. C. {Unitid 
SUUts of Amei-iea) 

Myers, A. N., & Co. 

National Fielj Culture As- 
«oci>ilion 

Nofth, Brotber (BrotliBra 
oftheChriatian!5cbool») 
{UniUd Slakt qf Amt- 

O'Heilly, Ilev. M. F., D.Sc 
ran a, £coie AlBocieimc 
{Fra^). 
„ £col<j MoDge 



(Fm«^e) 

„ Union Fnmv«t«3 de 

la Jeuot-Bsc {Prancf). 

Petit, Dr., noyftt{JVom;e) 

PfBiffer, Carl {UniUd 
Stales c{f America) 

liavaiBSon, F. iFrance) . 

Reeve, Lovell, & Co. 

" Revue d'Hygifene et de 
Pulice Sauiiaire," Pro- 
prietora of {France). 

' Saallary Engineer,' New 

Yor]t (Unital Stattt »f 

America). 
' Sanitary Record/ Pro- 

prietora of. 
Saotini, Dr. Car. Felice 

(Italy) 
Scarborough, Corporation of. 
School. iSse under reapec- 



Tinocd Meats. 

Review on Natural Roienoe. 

Wurkx for tlie lastruclion of the Deaf 

and Dumb. 
Educaiional Publicatlona. 
CoUaetion of Swords. 
Loan Collection of Dress. 
Fire Extinguishing Apparafua, 
Docnments relating to the School. 
Collection of Documenta and Diagrams 

relating to the Santlary Admintriiii 

of New York. 
KiTidergarien Apparatia. 
Work connected with Pish Culture. 
Collection of School Work. 



Collection of School Work, 
II lust rations of School Fittii; 



Photographs relating to the Toacliing of 

Oymnasticfl in Schools. 
DocumeulB, Scholars' Work, &c 
Literature. 
Ventilation Plana. 

Reproductions of ManterpicWB of Art. 
Publications on Natural Historj-. 
Publications containing C'-ontributionv 
to Sanitary Science. 



Journal. 

Public&tiona, 
Publications. 
General Exhibit. 



Bchrader 
{Oerm 



Frau Henrietta 
'"!>) I 



EffiTI 



1 Promoting Kindergarten lO" 



52 



SPECIAL CERTIFICATES OF THANKS-omltmiei 




46A&B 

27 

Literature. 

65 

48 

Literature 

44 
(50 to 53) 



51 

55 
30 



32 
20 

52 



Literature 
20 



52 
Literature 



Semal, Dr. F. (jBdgium) 

(Member of Jury). 
Shaiid, Mason & Co. 
Sbaw & Sons 
Sonnenschfin & Co. 
Soyer, Colonel {Belgium), 

Spon, E. & F. N. . 

Steele, J. C, M .D, 

Stuttgart, Workmen's 
Communal Night School, 
Wurtemburg ((?crmony) 

Swift, James « 



Thimm, Franz 

Tokugawa, Marquis 
(Japan). 



Valerius, H. (Belgium) . 
Yaux and Hadford ( United 

States of America). 
Vierzon, Primary School 

of (France). 



Ward Lock & Tyler 
Waring, Colonel George E. 
(United States of Ame- 
rica) 
Williams, Thomas . 
Wood & Co., New York 
(United States of America) 



Statistics of Mortality and Disease, 

Fire Extinguishing Apparatus. 

Publications. 

Kindergarten Edueatioiukl Works. 

Books on the Organisation of Army 

Schools. 
Publications on Sanitary Science. 
Models Illustrative of Skin Diseases. 
Collection of Educational Works, 



Apparatus supplied to Biological Labora- 
tory. 

Publications for Self - Instructicm in 

Modem Languages. 
Loan Collection of Art Workmanship. 



Treatise on Heating and Ventilation. 
Plan of Buildinjs^s of the Improved 

Dwellings Association, New York. 
China Painted by Pupils, 



Publications. 

Sewerage of Keen, New Hampshire. 



Construction of " Old London." 
Publications. 



53 



GOLD MEDALS. 



ClJkBS. 


Name. 


20 


Adams, Robert 


(50, 51, 63) 


Allen Glen's Institution, 




Glasgow. 


12 


Allen, F., & Sons . 


54 


Amsterdam Blind Institu- 




tion (Holland). 


29 


AnHrene, Theo. H. (India) 


26 


Anglo-American Brush 
Eiectiic Light Ca 




45 


Appert Frferes (France) . 


51 


Auzoux, Madame Veuve, 




et Montaudon (France), 


39 


Bacon, George W., F.R.G.S. 


12 


Baker, Joseph, & Sons 


4 


Balmer, Laurie & Go. 




(Indian Tea Districts 




Association). 


22 


Banner Brothers & Co. . 


12 


Bamett & Foster . 


21 


» »i • • 


41 


>» >» • • 


4 


Barry & Co. (India) 
Beach, T. W., & Sous . 


2 


21 


Beck & Co. . 


4 


Begg, Dunlop & Co. 




(Indian Tea Districts 




Association). 


20 


Ben ham & Sons 


45 


Bickford, Smith & Co. . 


20 


Birch, George H. • 


52 


»» »> • • 


22 


Birmingham Sanitary 




Association. 



Exhibit. 



Reversible and Sliding Sashes and Rack 

Fanlight Openers. 
Handicraft Work. 

Processes showing the Manufacture of 
Cocoa, Chocolate, and Confectionery. 
Apparatus for Teaching the Blind. 

Indigo 

General Electric Lighting Plant, in- 
cluding Steam Motors, Arc, and In- 
candescence Systems of Lighting. 

Appliances for Glass Blowing with 
Compressed Air. 

Anatomical Models. 



Gymnasium. 

Bilking Machinery and Ovens. 

Teas. 



Ventilation of Drains. 

Apparatus for the Manufacture and 
Bottling of Aerated Drinks, especially 
for Aerating and lk>ttlin^ Beer, and 
Improved Screw Bottle Stopper. 

Purity of Water in the Manufacture of 
Aerated Waters. 

Apparatus for Bottling Gkiseous Water 
and dealinor with Corrosive Acid with- 
out Accident; also for Economy of 
Labour, 

Teas. 

Jams. 

Sluice Valves and Rotary Blower. 

Teas. 



Hotel and Club Cooking Apparatus. 

Safety Fuses and Igniter 

" Old London." 

Design of " Old London." 

Pott's Patent Trap. 



54 



GOLD MEDALS— eonh'mied 



Glass. 


Kaxb. 


Exhibit. 


21 


Biundell, G. T., * Co. . 


Waterwitch Pump. 


13 


Bofisi, Edwardo (/te/y) . 


Indies' Kid Gloves. 


34 


Bouvardy J. (^France) 


Plans of the Higher Primary Schools at 
Voiron. 


22 


Bowes, Scott & Read 


Field's Automatic Flushing Tank. 


24 


Boyd, David 0. 


Ghates, &c 


31 


Bradford, 1'., & Co. 


Complete Working Laundry. 


33 


ft w • 


Collection of Laundry Machinery. 


24 


Brown & Green 


Stoves. 


26 


Broxburn Oil Company . 


Mineral Oils, &c. 


30 


Brussels, Socidt^ Ano- 
nyme: lia ConstructioE 
Industrielle {Bdffitm) 


Waiusooting and Carved Woodwork. 

- 


4 


Burgoyne, P. B., & Co. . 


Australian Wines. 


30 


Burke & Co. . 


Marble Mosaic Work. 


2 


Caboe, Charles {AuBtrxa- 
Hungary). 


Biscuits and Diabetic Bread. 


20 
23 


Cacheux (-FVoiwe) . 
Calvert, F. C, & Co. 


Workmen's Dwellings. 
Disinfectants. 


28 


Candy & Co. 


Brick, Terra Cotta, and Vitreous Ware. 


22 


Capper, Son & Co. 


Bower Tra^). 


6 


Carrick, Dr. (fiussia) 


Koumiss. 


31 A&B 


Carter, John . 


Ambulance Exhibit 


1 


Carter, James & Co. 


Collection of Seeds, Cereals, and othei 
Plants. 


46A&B 


Casella, L. P. 


Electrical Sixes wid other Thermo- 
meters and General Exhibit 


62 


Cemesson, L. Camill( 
{France), 


B Method of Teaching Drawing. 


38 


Chaix, M. {France) 


. Apprentices' School Attached to PrintiQ£ 
Establishment 


21 


Chaml)erlacd,Dr. {France 


) Filters. 


13 


China, Imperial Maritim 
Customs. 


e Silks. 


13 


» » » 


Costumes. 


16 


» w »» 


Collection of Bows and Arrows. 


30 


>9 >9 » 


Collection of Furniture. 


30 


n 19 »i 


Wedding Chair, Catafalque, &c. 


52 


99 99 99 


Musical Instruments. 


SlA&B 


Christoph & Unmac 
{Denmark), 


k Captain Doecker's Huts, &c. 


3 


Christy, Thomas, & Co. 


. Rare and Interesting Food Products. 


27 


Chubb & Sons' Lock an 
Safe Company, Limit© 
Cleaver, F. S., & Sons 


d Fire Resisting Wrought Iron Doors. 
d 


31 


. Toilet Soaps. 


31 


Clements, Jeakes & Co. 


Baths and Washing Troughs for Oph 
tbalmic Purposes. 


20 


Cliff, Joseph, & Son 


. Model Bath Boom, and Porcelain Bath 


21 


Coalbrookdale Company 
Limited. 


f. Drinking Fountains and other Casting 



■■ 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^■^^^^^^^^1 


^^I^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^H 


n 


^^^^H 






Cuwa. 


Name. 


Exhibit. 


30 


Collinson & Lock . 


Workninoship and tVsisns in Inlnid 
Furniture and Fibrous Plaster Work. 


2 


ColmaD, J. & J. . 


Pure and Mixed M.iBtjird. 


12 


■■ " ■ ■ 


Proceea«3 and Machinery employed in 
making Mustard. 


45 


Company, Limited 
CoadySMiicliell, Limited 


Lime Cartridges for Blasting PurponiB. 


23 


IHsinfectanla. 


13 


Cooi«r, Corah & Soua . 


Ladies' and Children's Jeracys atid 

Hosiery. 
Cooking Range. 


24 


Crabtree Brothors . 


22 


C™iK,J.&M. . . 


Bnohftn's Jnterceptor Trnp. 


26 


Crowpton, H. B., & Co. . 
Crosslej Brothers . 


Systom of Arc Lighting. 


12 


Improved Oito Gas Engine. 


48 


Curwo], J., & Sons 


Charts, Books and Appliancvs for Music 
Teaching. 


33 


Davoy, Pftxmiin. & Co. . 


Engine and B.iUer Power for Driving 
Electric Light Machinery. 


24 


Douifl & Co. 


Fletcher's Qas Ueatiiig App.iratas. 


35 


Db Beaudot (France) 


Plans of Lycfeja. 


20 


rKKiiuviile (/Wnce) 


Narrow Gauge Railway. 


34 


DeLaCenserie(flrijr.ttm) 


PlasB of the Normal School at Bruges. 


13 


DentiAllcrortft Co. 


GI0T88. 


22 


Deut & H^ltyer 


Plumbers^ Traps. 


4a 


De Pauw.Chwles (Brothers 
of the CbristiBD Schools) 

Deyrolle, fimUe (J^.«n«) 


RosulU of Art T.a':hing. 


43 


Diagrams for Object l-esaona. 


20 


DoultoQ & Ou. 




21 




High Frtssura Ball Valve. ' 


22 


',',", '. '. 


Msnsergh Trap. 
Stoneware Pip.«. 
Automalio Flush Tank. 


23 




Public Urinals. 






Combination Closet with Outlet in FronL 


2"4 




Pottery Stoves. 

Art Exhibit, developed in connection 


62 








with the Local School of Art. 


<24&26) 




Apparatus for the Maiiufactnro of 




CotnpsDy, Limited. 


\V«l«r Gas. 


42 


Dubois et Francois 

{Belgium). 
Diiren, Asylum for the 




54 






Blind (Ornnany). 


Industritti Work, 


Dwigus 


Dunseomb*, Ckmeot, 
M.A., M. lost. C.K. 


Artisan b' Dwellings, 


23 


Dorand-Claye (fran«) . 


Sanitary System. 


24 


Es.ele Itftnge & Foundry 
Uimpnny. 


Cooking Ititnge. ^^^^^^H 




^^^^^H 







56 



GOLD MEDALS— oonitntced. 



Class. 



54 



30 
26 



2 

15 

3 

11 
12 



25 
21 

26 
31 

31 A&D 



33 
24 



23 

25 
35 

41 

24 

21 

99 

26 

48 




£a]ing, Society for Train- 
ing Teachers of the 
Deaf, and for the Dif- 
fu^on of the German 
System in the United 
Kingdom. 

Ebner, Joseph F,(Au8trup' 
Hungary), 

Edison Swan Electric 
Light Company, Limited. 

Edmunds, Joseph . 
Ellwood, J., & Sons 
Express Dairy Company, 
Limited. 



9> 









Farcot, E. & D. (France). 
FarmiloB, Thomas & Wil- 
liam. 
Field, J. C, & J. . 



>» 



»» 



Furley, John, 



» 



y> 



Galloway & Sons . 
General Gas Heating and 

Lighting Apparatus Co., 

Limited. 
Geneste et Herrscher 

(France), 



»» 

»» 



9t 



99 



99 
99 



Gilson & Booer 
Glenfield Co. . 



M 



9f 



Exhibit. 



General Work of the Traiuing Collie 
and School. 



Glover, George, & Co. 
Gochet, J. B. (Brothers of 

the Christian Schools) 

{Belgium) 



Parquet Floors and Wall Linings. 

General Electric Lighting Exhibit on 
the Parallel System of Arc and In- 
candescence Lamps. 

Curry Powders, Chutneysand Sauces. 

Ventilating Hats. 

Dairy Produce. 

General Dairy Exhibit. 
Collection of Dairy Machinery. 



Ventilators and Turbines. 
Lead encased Tin Pipe. 

Assortment of Candles. 

Household Soaps. 

Omnibus, convertible into an Invalid 

Carriage. 
One-horse Ambulance Carriage, Village 

Ambulance Carriage, and Invalid 

Chair lor use with either of the above 

Carriages. 



Steam Engine and Boilers. 
(Jas Cooking Stove, 



Heated Air and Low Pressure Steam 

Disinfectini? Apparatus. 
Method of Warming and Ventilation. 
Plans of Apparatus for Warming and 

Ventilating Schools. 
Ventilating Apparatus for Shops, Mines, 

&c. 
Application of Coal Gas to the Heating 

of Bakers' Ovens. 
Kennedy's Water Meter. 
Water Valves, Hydrants, and Pressure 

Recorder. 
GtLS Meters. 
Maps, Models, &c. 



GOLD HEDXhS—fontinued. 



Clam. 


Kakb. 


EXBIBIT. 


61. & 53) 


06U, Hermann {Oerimny) 


ApiJied Art Teaching. 


62 


Oribble, H. A. . 


Exterior View of tlm New Church of tho 
Oratory, 8. Kensington. 


30 


HaibBrn, N. (Japaft) . 


Fans, Wall Pap.>ra, &c. 


11 


Hall, J. 4 E. 


Cold Air Meat Freezing Machine 


12 




Cold Air Refrigerating Machine. 


26 


nnmmond Electric Light 


General Electric Lighting ; Ferranti 




Company. 


Dynamo for Incandescence Lighting. 


12 


Hayward, Tyler & Co. . 


Bottling of Aiimted Drinks, espeoialiy 
an Automaiio bottling Machine, and 
a Wiring Maohinu. 


19 


n«ith, Henry 


Manufacture of Felt HalB. 


47 


Heerwarl, Praiilein 




36 


Herring & Sun 


Model 01 Healing and Ventilating Ap- 
puratua at the City of London School*. 
Tobacco and Sonffa. 


2 


HignoH Brofbera & Co. . 


28 


Hitchins' Fireproof Plaa- 
tcrin"; Company. 


Fire-proof Plastering. 


29 


Home, W. C. 


Sublimfd SulpUaif of Lead I'aint. 


34 


Hubert, J. (_Bdg!um) . 


Plana for a Normal Training School for 
Teachers. 


2 


Huntley & Pftlmcr. 


Diacuils and Cakes. 


Derigiu 


Improved In Jusirial D wel- 


Buiyings. 




Ungs Oinipaoy. 
Indestruclible Paint Com- 




29 


Browning's Permanent Preservative So- 




pany, Li mite- 1. 


lution and Paint. 


30 


Jackson St Oraham 


Inlomal Decoration and FittLog-up of 
ItoomR with special attcnlion to siuiU 






13 


Jaeger'a Sanitary Woollen 
8y*tem Ciflnpany, 
Limited 

Jameson's Patent Coking 


Woollen Clothing and Bedding. 


24 


products in the Majiufaciura of Coke. 




Commny. 


29 


Jtffrey ft Co. 


Wall Papera. 

Artistic Designa for Wall Papers. 
Double Cistern with After Flow. 


30 




21 


Jennings, George . 


23 


" ," - - 


Urinals. 

C<mibiued Water Closet. 


31 




Bathfl and Basins. 


28 


Jonee, Frederick, & Co. . 


Slag Wool. 


24 


Keith, Jsmtti 




21 


Kent, George 


Meioecke'e Bointy Vane Water Meter. 



58 



GOLD WSDALS— continued. 



Class. 




Exhibit. 



25 
81 
39 
54 

30 



42 

52 
21 
29 
21 
1 



2 
54 



3 

12 

4 
23 



23 
23 
21 
31 A & B 
(3&5) 
14 
22 



4 
4 
9 



23 
£4 



Kite, C, & Co. 
Knight, John, & Sons 
KDofe,Oficar . 
Kiyoto, Deaf, Dumb, and 

Blind School (Japan), 
KutttUtani, T. (Jajpan) . 



Lakeman, James B. 

Lambeth School of Art . 
Lawrence & Co., Limited. 
Lefevre, J. (Belgium) 
he Orand & Sutclifif 
Legrand, J. Simon (France) 



Libby McNeill & Libby 
(United States of Ame- 
rica). 

L<)mbart, Jules (France) . 

London, Association for 
the Oral Instniction of 
the Deaf and Dumb. 

London and Provincial 
Dairy Company. 

London Guelph Patent 
Cask Com|)aDy, Limited. 

Lovibond, H., & Son 

Lyon, Washington 



McDougall Brothers 
Idackey, Markey & Ca 
Maignen, P. A. 



» 



99 



Mai tine Company, Limited 
Mandleberg, J., & Co. 
Manufacturers* and Mill- 
owners' Mutual Aid 
Association. 
Marchand Frdres (France) 
Meeus, J. (Belgium) 
Moir, John, & Son, Limited 



Mottershead & Co.. 

Moule's Patent Earth 
Closet Company. 
/ MuBgr&ye & Co. • 



Ventilating Cowl. 

Household, Sanitary, and Toilet Straps. 
Gymnastic Apparatus for Schools. 
Results of t^chool Teaching. 

Leather Work. 



Guard for Preventing Axcidents with 
Circular Saws. 

Woik in Develo] ing Local Industries. 

Condensing Apparatus. 

Imitation Goblin Tapestry. 

Tube Wells. 

Samples of Agricultural Products Il- 
lustrating the Results of Industrial 
Fanning. 

Tinned Meats. 



Chocolate Bonbons. 
Educational Exhibit. 



Dairy Produce. 

Machine for Making Cylindrical Casks, 

Ales. 

Patent High Pressure Steam Disinfect- 
ing Apparatus. 



Disinfectants. 

Chemicals used as Disinfectants. 
Domestic and other Filters. 
Field Service Filter. 
Beef Peptonoids and Malt Extract. 
Ventilating Waterproof Garments. 
IVoatment of Refuse from Manu&ctories 
and Mines. 

Liqueurs. 

Liqueurs. 

Preserved Provisions, and Substitu- 
tion of Glass for Metal Cases in the 
Preservation of Food. 

Peptonizing Fluids and Peptonized 
Foods. 

Dry Earth-Closet System. 

Stoves, 




HOLD MEDALS— coiidnued. 




Cl-ASS. 


Nahb. 


EXHIUIT. 


54 


Naples iDstUulioQ f<jr tlio 


Instruction and Novelty Iq iDdustrial 




Blind (/iWy) . 
Nftihan.L. 4H. . 


Occupations. 


13 


Historical Military Cbstamcs. 




Native Ouaiio Company, 


Treatment of Sewage by the ABO 




Limited. 


Process. 


46A&B 


Negretti & Zambra 


Hourly Recording and other Registering 
ThermomutoB, and General Eihibit. 




Neujean, A., *; Delaite 


Non-poigonona Colours, and Non-ab- 


20 


(Z(e/j/.-um). 
Nobel Brothers . 


sorbent Papers. 
Russian Pelroleutn, and Products ob- 
tained thcrtfrom. 


39 


NorJcnfcU, T. 


School Oyiunaaiiim on the Swedish 






(Ling's) System. 


12 


Normandy's Patent Marine 
Aeralai Fresh Water 
Company, Limited. 


Pure Water Disiilling Machinery. 


21 




Distillation of Water. 


52 


Nottingham School of Art 


Work in connection with Local In- 
dustries. 


(BO, 51, & 53) 


Oldham School of Scicnco 
and Aru 


Machine CoDstruction Sketches, Sea. 


30 


Ola, M. (Japan) . 


Furniture, &c. 


23 


Owon, Hewy * Co. 


UbUquo Valve Closet. 


* 


Paltuyay, J., & Sons 


Wines. 




{Atutria-Bttnsai-y) 




IB0.52.&63) 


Paris, Ecole Eliiia Leniou- 
niefdeaFiUo»(fmn«). 


Needlework, China Painting, &c 


26 


Pirkioson, W., & Co. . 


Gas Meters. 


(7, 8. 6) 


Pasleur (/Van«) . 




56 


Paynant, PriSfct de I'Audc 

(FVance). 
Peek, Frean & Co. . 




2 


Biscuits and Cakca. 


12 


Perkins, A. M., & Son . 


Steam Ovens for Naval and Militarj 

Purposes. 
Flour. 


1 


Pesth Millers and Bakers 


6 


(Aattria-Huam'-yy 

Pillivuytet Cie. (France) . 


Culinary Porcelain. 


10 


Pocock Brothers . 


Boot & Shoo Making Machinery. 


21 


Potter, John U. . 


Process for Softening Water. 


2 


Potin. Vye. Fflix (Frana) 


Fruits in Syrupa, Fruit Jellie^ and 

Chocolate. 
Applied Art Work. 


52 


Pojntar, E. J., B.A. 


2 


Prevel, C, & Go. . 


Driod and Compressed VegeUblos. 



60 



GOLD ll/LEDAJA-<xmtinued. 



Class. 


Kamb. 


Exhibit. 


26 


Prioe*B Patent Candle 
Company, Limited. 


Candles. 


33 


»> » » 


Processes and Machinery Employed in 


« 




Making Candles. 


21 


Quirk, Barton and Co. . 


Tin-Lined Pipes, and llnnod Sheet 
Lead. 


35 


Beck, A. B. (Denmark) . 


Drawings of Schools. 


46 A&B 


Richard Fr^s (France) . 


Self-Reoording Meteorolo^cal Instru- 
ments. 


17 a 


KichardsoD, John, & Co. . 


Fireproof Dress Fabrics. 


(50, 51, & 53) 


Kigg, James . 


Technical Kducation Apparatus. 
Sanitary Perfumery and Toilet Soaps. 


31 


Rimrael, E. . 


(50, 51, & 53) 


Ripjier, W. . 


Specimens of School Work, &c. 


31 A&B 


Robinson, Thomas, & Sons 
Rome, Circolo Enofilo 


Ambulance Exhibit. 


4 


Wines, &c. 




1 tnliano di Roma {Italy) 




39 


Roth, Dr. . 


Apparatus for Physical Training in 
Schools. 


29 


Rottmann, Strome & Co. 


Non-poisonous Japanese Wall Deoora- 
tious, with Fix^ Coburs. 


31 


Rowe & Co. . 


Household Soaps. 


31 


Salmond, David 


Household and Toilet Soaps. 


4 


Salt, Thomas, & Co. 


Ale. 


23 


Sanitary Appliance Com- 
pany. 


Dry Closets. 


5 


Savory & Moore . 


Peptonizing Materials and Infants* Food. 


(24 & 35) 


Schaeflfer, F. {Belgium) . 


Plans of Apparatus for Heating by 
means of Hot Water. 








School. See under respec- 






tive towns. 




21 


Shanks & Co. 


Water Waste-Preventing Cistern. 


31 


>» »» • • 


Baths. 


21 


Sharp & Co. . 


Hydraulic Rams. 


(2, 3, 5) 


Siam, Government of 


Collection of Food Products. 


12 


Siebe, German, & Co. 


Lightfoot's Cold-Air- Refrigerating Ma- 
chine ; Ether Ice-making Machine. 


17 


9t 9* * 


" Fleuss " Diving Dress. 


33 


Simmons & Tullidge 


Steam Carpet-beating Machine. 
Centrifugal Pump and Steam Engine. 


21 


Simj^on & Co. 


52 1 


Singer, J., sen.| gj^ ^^ &. 
Singer, a R ^^^ 
Singer, W. H. j ' 


Greneral Art Exhibit. 


( 




19 


SSinger Manufacturing 


Sewing Machines. 


52 


Company. 
Slocombe, C. P. 


Etchings. 







^^■^^^H 




^^^^^^^1 ^^^^^^^^^^H 






^^^^^^^S 


^^b 


fil 


H 


^^" 




^M Class. 


Name. 


EXHIRIT, 


H 


Smith, T.TajUr . . 


Fitfirgn specially designed for the 
adaplalion of Electric Lighling to 
Domestic Pitrrtosea. 


^M 


Spencer, ThomHB . 


EiKering Maierial. 

PhjBicaT, Relief, and ContiiiiiouH Map*. 


H ^ 


Siaoford, Edwsr.l . 


H 30 


Slarkip, Gardner & Co. . 


Artistic Wrought Iron Work. 


H ^ 


Steel & Gnrland . 


Country Parson's Orala 


^H 


Steele, Mrs. '1 hoirms 


Corsets. 


■ 22 


Stidder, J. G., & Co. 


Sink Trap with Locked Grating. 


H 


Stones, John. 


RBTolring Shutters and Movable Sound- 
proof Prtrtitions, 


^1 


Suffi, W., & Co., Limited 


Improved Qaa Burnera and Apparatus. 


^K 


Snn Electric Light 
Company. 


General Eleolrio Lighting Plant. 


89 


Thompson, H., & Ct>. 




« 


Thompson, Henry . 


Kitchen Range. 


(51 & 53) 


Tokio, Female Norma! 
School (Japon). 
Normal School 

Tollel, Syalfeme, SocifiliS 


ColkKTlion of Cheap Chemical AppnnitQS. 


(61 ft 53) 


Collection of Cheap Physical Apjiaratua, 


31 A & B 


Ambulance ExhihiL 




Nouvelle ileConalruction 
(A>(in«), 
Trilal, fimiie (France) . 




34 


School Li-hting Plans, 


25 


TreutlerJk Schwarta (Oer- 
iwKiy). 


Ventilating Turbine. 


30 


Tuboiichi, A. B. Yft 


Carvings in Ivory, Bronzes in Lacquer- 




(Japan). 


work, Cloisonne EnanieU, ftc. 


21 


Tylw, J., & Son« , 








B..larT Water Meter. 
Bath Fittings and Basins. 


SI 




86 




Plans of Lycoca. 


2 


VencaUohetlum,F.(/n<I<») 


Condiments. 


22 


Wftiisworth, Htnry, & Sod 


Waggo'.*, Water Carts, and Vans with 

Special Tipping Arrangement. 
Sanitary Appliances for Sewers. 
Liocrusta-Walton. 


22 


Waller, Geo., & Co. 


30 


Walton, P., * Co. . 


19 


Wanzer Sowing Machine 

Company, Limited. 
Ward, Rowland & Co. . 


Improved Lock-SUtch Sewing Machlna*. 


1 


Specimens of Edible Birds, AnimaK &0., 

arrnuzod natarnlly. 
Silk and Cotton Hangings. 


80 


Wwdle & Co. 


21 


Warner, Jnhn, & Sons , 


Latham & Way's Patent Water Temper- 
ing Tabes. 


80 


Warner &lUmm . 


Furniture Silks, Velvets, Ac. 


3 


Webb. Jubal. 


Collection of Cheeses. 


62 


Webb, Tbomfts, & Sons . 


Anistic Glass MMiufuict>i'c«. 



62 



GOLD MEDALS-^eofli^tfiiied. 



Class. 


Naxb. 


Exhibit. 


35 


Weeks, J., & Go. . 


Tubular Waterbar Open Fire Grate for 
Warming Schools. 


8 


Welford & Sods, Limited . 


Dairy Produce. 


11 


>» » >» 


Complete Working Dairy. 


22 


West Central Sanitary 

Engineering Company. 

Wheeler & Wilson Manu- 


Pimnbers* Traps and Lend Traps. 


19 


Sewing Machines. 




facturing Company, 






Limited 




28 


White, William (Aber- 
gavenny) 


Hygieian Bock Building Composition. 


20 


Wiloock & Co. 


Impermeable Building Materials. 


80 


n n • • 


Faience for Constructional Decoration. 


28 


Wilkes Metallic Flooring 
ft Eureka Concrete 


Paving. 


20 


Company. 
Willesden Waterproof 
Fbper and CeuQvas 
Works, Limited. 


Wall andBoof Bot-proof Paper. 


29 


www* 


Waterproof Paper Coverings. 


4 


Williamson, Magor & Co. 
(Indian Tea Districts* 
Association.) 


Teas 


26 


Woodhouse & Rawson . 


Electrical Fittina^ Apparatus, ftc, for 
Incandescence Lamps. 


29 


Woollams, William, & Co. 


Wall Papers. 


80 


Tamamoto, S. (Japan) . 


Imitation Leather. 


29 


Yates ft Co. . 


Non-poisonous Carpet Dyes. 




SILVER MEDALS. 



Class. 


Name. 


ExHmrr, 


^ 


Abbott Brothers . 


System of Bee Culture. 


1 '' 


Ablett. T. R 


System of Teaching Elementary Draw- 
ing. 
Fancy Toilet Soaps. 


1 »■ 


Adnmek, A. {A^islria- 

nungary.) 
Ahrenda, K., & Co. (.Den- 


30 


Terra Colta, &c 




mark.) 




26 


Albion Lamp Comiiany . 
Alderman, J. 


Oil Cooking Stoves and Limps. 


31 A&B 


Ambulance E^ihibit. 


31 


Allen, James, & Son 


Vapour and Hot Air Baths. 


13 


Alliogon & Co. 


" Hercules " Boots and Shoes. 


H 


Aoderaon, Anderson, & 
Anderson. 


Waterproof Clothing. 


33 


Anderson Se Bunting 


PaUnt Variety Dovotdliiig and Mould- 
ing Machine. 


22 


Angell, A. T. 


Interceptor Trap, 
Mineral Waters. 


4 


Apollinaris Compony, Li- 
mited. 
Arens, Ant. (Brothers of 


48 






the Christian Schools) 






(.Belgium). 




48 


Armeneaud,Aln6(/'ranoe) 


Panels for Decoration of Cl.'ua- Rooms. 


4 


Aiwtralian Wine Company, 

Limited. 
Austro - Bnvarian Lager 


Wineo. 


4 


Ales. 




Beer Brewery and 
Crystal Ice Factory, 










Limited. 


1 


a 


Aylesbury Dairy Company 


Koumiss. 1 


48 


B«)oti,G«orgeW.,F.B.a.S. 


Maps, Charts, and Picture Loisons in 
Method of Warming and Ventilatio-' by 


2S 


Bacon, J. L, & Co. 






Hot Water. " ' 


33 


It .1 • ■ 


High Pressure and other Arrangementa 
for Heatina and Ventilating. 






22 


Banner Brothers & Co. 


Air-tight Covert 






Trai*. 


25 




Ventilating Cowls, 


2 


Barnes & Co.. 


Jams and Jellies. 


4 


Bamott & Fo«ber . 


New Method of Bottling Ale. 


.1 




Enclish Lager Beer Pounlaiiis and 
Pateut Bottles. 






81 


Barrett, A., & Sons 


Toilet, Uair, and Bath Brunhea. 


49 


Barry, Hiss Louise 


Scientific Dreas Cutting and Instrumentt. 



m 



64 



SILVER ^lEDALS— continued. 



Class. 


Name. 


21 


Baskerville, B. 


57 


Batchelor, H. & T. C. . 


28 


Bateman, William H. 


52 


Bat^H. 


26 
12 


Bayle CFranoe) 
Beare, Gcsnell, & Co. 


21 


Beck & Co. « 


23 


»> » • • • 


(50, 51, & 53) 


Becker, F. B., & Co. 


26 


Beggs, T., & Son . 


H 


BeU, John . 


23 


Benham ir Sons 


14 


Benjamin, B., & Sons 


2 


Benoist, V. (France) 


4 


Bensdorp & Co. . 


3 


Berk,F.W.,&Co.. 


28 


Birks, J. & T. 


52 


Birmingham School of Art 
Black, J. J. . 


52 


33 


Blackman Air Propeller 




Ventilating Company, 




Limited. 


3 


Blanchfiower & Sons 


29 


Blane, Lieut.-General Sir 




Seymour, Bart., C.B. 


2 


Blaxall & Co. 


20 


Blyth,A. W. 


23 


Boake, A., & Co. . 


(50, 51, & 53) 


Bocquet, M. (France) 


21 


Bolding, John, & Sons . 


22 


M » »» 


23 


l> »» »» 


31 


>» »> »» 


29 


Botelberge, Q., & Co. 




(Belgium), 
Boncnian, L. (Belgium) 


30 


22 


Bourtreehill Coal Company 


30 


Boussard (France) . 


20 


Bower Barflf Rustless Iron 




Company. 


23 


Bowes, Scott, & Read 


24 


Boyd, A., & son. . 


22 


Boyle, Robert 



Exhibit. 



28 



Bracknell Pottery Brick 
and IMltf Company. 



Fountain Jets. 

Working Diagram - Models of Steam 
En«:ines. 

Sir William Burnett's Preservative Pro- 
cess. 

Work in Belief. 

Cas Lamp and Chimneys. 

Large and Small Apparatus for Roasting 
Coffee by Gas-Flame. 

Keystone's Water Meter. 

Double Valve. 

Hopper Closet 

Chemicals, Chemical Apparatus, &c. 

Ilie Siemens Gas Burner. 

Asbestos Fireproof Dress. 

Disinfecting Apparatus. 

Waterproof Clothing. 

French Confectionery and Eatables. 

Cocoa. 

Kxtract of Meat. 

Bricks and Tiles. 

Work inconnection with Local Industries. 

Brocaded Satin Damask. 

Low Pressure Ventilating Apparatus. 



Sauces, Pickles, Jellies, Sec, 
Non-inflammable Paint. 

Jams. 

Design for Lodging Poor Families in 

One Room. 
Disinfectants. 
Manual Work done at the £cole 

Munici{)ale Diderot, Paris. 
Bib and Stop Cocks. 
Plumber's Work. 
Urinals 
Baths. 
Non-poisonous Papers. 

Marble Chimney-pieces. 

Water Cistern and Sinks in White 

Enamelled Ware. 
Artificial Rowers in Porcelain. 
Bower Barflf Process. 

Trough-Closets. 

Grates. 

Extracting Cov^l Heads and Air Inlets 

for Drains. 
Plain and Ornamental Brick Work. 



^^^^^^^B^^l 


^ 


G5 


1 


^^ 


SILVER MEDALS-Mwh-wKKC. "^f 


CLigfi. 


Name. 


ExKroiT. 


13 


Com] may. 
Braml&Co.. 


Cashraeres. 


5 




28 


BridCTian, H. H. . 


Eoocomicai Fireproof Flooring. 


22 


Broad ScCo. . 


Tmps. 


20 


Bniwn A Green . 


Modt-1 Vitln Kitchen. 


2(1 


Browne & Co. 


Mitrailleuse Lamps, ftc. 


33 


Briiuiun A Tritr . 


Patent Machine forTrueingGrindstonoa 
and Emery Wheels. 


4i; 


" " ■ ■ 


Labour in the Process of Trueing 
GrindBtoneti Had Emery Wheels. 


23 


Duchmi, Wm. Palon 


Ventilators for Drains. 


13 


Buckingham and Chandos, 
Diikeof,O.C.S.i. 




1 


Biitt, George F. . 


RcpreBentalion of Her Majesty Ihs 
Queen's Priio Heifer "Cherry BIob- 
som," stuffed entire. « 


48 


Callowiiert Brotbors (,Bd- 


School Furniture. 


52 


C^l"rhill, J.mea . 


Art Eihihit. especially OUvoOrean Plate. 


31 


Calveit, F. C. & Co. 


Carbolic Soap and Sanitary Toilet 
PrepamtiouB. 


52 


Omm. T. W. . . 


Designs lot SUined Glasa. 


52 


CampbGll, Cbarlea . 


Di»i^ for Stsircase and Wall DeooratioD. 


62 


C^mpbeil, SmithA Co. . 


Decoration of " Old London." 


30 


Oinlinal & Harford 


Oriental Carpets, Tilea and Pottery. 


48 


Cardot, M. (franoj) 


SclHioI Desk and Bench. 


24 


Carron ConijaDy . 


Rauj^eg. 


62 


Carter, G. A. 


Gold Belt (" The TweWe Months "). 


39 


Came (Fratux) . 


Gymnastics. 


DO. 51, ft 53 


Gflerier, M. (France) . 


China Painting by Piipils of tho 
Vier7.on Higher Primary School. 


34 


CeroeaBOQ, L. Camille, and 


Plan of the Higlier Primary School ftt 




Gravieny (France). 
Cerres (IVona) . 


Montbard. 


. 21 




20 


Chappuis, P. E. . 
Chedgey, ft Co. . 
CheBabrough Manufactiir- 

iog Company. 
Cbiua, Cufitoma, Imperial 


Daylisht Reflectors. 


21 


GUss Tubes. 


2B 


Pi;troleum Oil. 


1 


Collection of Grains and Pulaa. 




Horiliiiitt. 








Collection of Tobacco. 


(2, 3. 5, 6) 




(fellection of Food Products. 


^24 




Crematorium. 


30 




Conveyances, ftc. 


31 




Soap Stone OoUoctlon. 


47 




Toys. 


30 


„ Sbop from C.ioton . 


Fancy Goods. .^^^ 


2 


Hankow 


PiiteB, ftc. ^^^^^^H 


80 


Kinkiang 


China Ware. ^^^^H 


30 


„ „ Peking . 


^^^^^1 



ee 



SHiVEB HEDALS—coiiltiitied. 




80 

80 
26 
20 

41 
62 

1 
20 

4 
2 
4 
26 
2 

26 

22* 

f» 

81 

Designs 
52 

24 

80 
24 
27 

21 
28 
81 
26 



20 
24 
21 
47 

54 

8 
14 

2 

80 

28 
62 



Gboisy-le-Boi, Faienoerie 

de(jFVono8) 
Chorlton & Dagdale 
Christie, J. ft C* . • 
Christopb ft Unmack 

(JkiMnofrK). 



n 



99 



99 



Christofie, Eooled'Apprentis 
des Ateliers (Frcmee) 

Ohristyy Thomas, ft Go. • 

Chubb ft Sods' Lock and 
Safe Company, Limited. 

Churchman, H. 

Cirio, Franceeoo (/toZy) . 

99 19 • 

Clark ft Bowman . 
Clarke, KickoUs ft Coombs 

Clarke, Samuel 

Cliff, Joseph, ft Son 



99 



99 

99 



Closson, H. (Belgium) . 
Cluvtens-Suetens 

(Bdgium) 
Coalbrookdale Company, 

Limited. 



99 



99 



99 



Colbran, J. B., ft Co. 
Compressed Air Fire En- 
gine Company 
Conolly, Henry 



99 



99 



99 99 • • 

Consolidated Electric Com- 
pany 

Constantine, T. J. . 



99 



99 



Cooper, H. Dudley 
Cooper, J. Bamsay 

Copenhagen Institution 
for the blind (Denmark) 
Corbctt, John, M.P. 
Cording, Gtoorge , 

Corn^lis, L. (Belgium) . 
Cortidne Floor Covering 

Company. 
Craig, J. ft M. 
Crawkf, Miss Minna 



Porcelain. 

Spring Mattresses, fta 

Mineral OiL 

Wooden Portable Houses. 

Portable Huts for Workshops. 
Apprenticeship School Wori^. 

Thermostatic Incubator. 
Diagonal Locking Safe Lock. 

Liqueurs. 

Italian Plreserved Vegetables. 

Wine. 

Arc Lamp. 

Jams, Quidied Peels, and Confec- 
tionery. 

Pyramid Night Lights and Food 
Warmers. 

Drain and Sewer Pipes. 

Sinks. 

Glazed Fire Clay Baths. 

Plans for Workmen's Dwellings. 

Imitation Wood and Marbles. 

Kitchen Bange. 

Ornamental Mantels, Grates, ftc. 

Kitchen Banffe. 

Compressed Air Fire Engines. 

Hot Water, Bib, and Stop Cocks. 

Glass-lined Urinal. 

Baths and Lavatories. 

System of Electric Lighting, and Plant 
suitable to small Incandescence Instal- 
lations. 

Artisan's Model Kitchen. 

Kitchen Bange. 

Glass Tubes Encased in Iron. 

Apnaratus and System for Teaching 
the Elements of B^uiing. 

Boot and Shoe Making Tools for the 
Blind. 

Salt 

Waterproof Coat and Leggings with 
Elastic Junction. 

Dry Peptone. 

Floor Covering. 

Buchan's Fireclay Patents. 
Design for Flower BowL 







C7 


^m 






■ CjJ>6S. 


Name. 


EsHfniT. 


31 


CresBwell, B., & Co. 


Sponges. 


21 


D*le, B. P., & Co. . 


WaUT Wnate Preventive Ciatem. 


31 A&B 


DaliOD, Henry James 


luvaiid BalU^md for Patiouta Suffering 
from Fractures, &c. 


i 


Daur,Mftdarae P.(B%t«m) 


Liqueurs. 


31 


Davey & Fabian . 


Ironing Machine. 


24 


Davis, H. & a. & Co. . 


Kitchen Range. 


45 


DaTU, John, ft Son 


ScientiHc Instrumeat^ used in Mines 
and Safety Lamps. 


52 


Davia, Miss Louisa 


Brown Vase. 


28 


Dawnay, A. D. . 


Iron and Concrete Flooring; 


2 


Day 4 Mitton (France) . 


Tinned Asparagus. 


41 


Deards, Samuel . 


Dry Qlftning and Warming Apjiaratua 

for Workshops. 
Kitchen Range. 


24 


Dean & Son . 


52 


1)6 Btie (France) . 
Dee Oil Company . 


Ca»ta to Servo as Models of Anat-imy. 


2G 


Mineml Oil and Candles. 


19 


Deot, Alloroft & Co. 


Machines for Sewing mid Ornatcentina 

Gloves. 
Double CUtorn with Flush and After 

Flush. 
While Enamelled Sink. 


21 


Dent * Hellyer . 


22 








Wasle for Lavatoij Bosin. 


23 


" ", . . 


Artisan's Cloeet, 
Optimua Closet. 


46 r & B 


Denton, 8. O. 


4 


Dewinler Frtres (Bdgiam) 


Beer. 


51 


DeyroUa, Emile (Franct) 


Nfltiiral History Diagrams and Modt-U. 


10 


D'HaenenB-QathiBr(fl«i- 


Knitting Machine. 


2 


ofaZ, Giovanni (n-Uy) 


ItalUn Pastes. 


48 


ViOKkT, J. (Belgium) . 
DistUlerie d'Eau de Cerlsea 


Works on Teaching, 


4 


Liqueurs. 




de Sohwyz (Swilzrr- 
land) 
Duhis et Ci& (Pron«) . 




19 


Spiral Spring for Sowing Machlnei, 
Wound up by Foot, 






45 




Labour Saving Accumulator, 


23 


Domeettc Engineering and 
Hwnitary Appliances 
Company 

Doncaster Inalitution for 


Interceptor Trap, 


54 


School Exhibits. 




the Deaf and Dumb 




13 


Dor Fils (Bdgiain) 


GloToa. 


!,' 


Doulton & Co. 


Granular Charcoal with Mangnnoug 

Carbon Block. 
Bailey Denton's Aerating Piltei. 
LockingApparatus fat Baths. 
Water Waste Preventive CisUa-n. 






H 


" " : : 


Self-Closing Bib Cocks. 

Hot Wrtei "Vri-tw. ^^^^^^^ 







68 



SILYEB MEDALS'Conftntied. 



Class. 



22 

n 
f» 
»y 

23 
f» 

30 

13 
28 
31 
20 

26 

62 

4 

22 
25 
26 



21 
6 

Designs 

67 



21 



fi 
1 

52 

22 

62 

5 



24 
21 
19 
62 
28 
2 
39 




Exhibit. 



Doulton & Co. (continued) 



ft 

n 



99 

n 
n 

99 
99 

99 



Dowie & Marshall . 
Drake, Charles, & Co. 



99 



99 



• ^ 



Dreyfus, A., & Co. . 

Edmunds & Goolden 
Edwards, Miss L. E. 
Elhogen & Bull (Awtria- 

Eungary\ 
Ellis, Joseph J. 
Ellison, James Edward 
Elwell & Parker . 



Emanuel, A., & Rons 
Epprecht, H. {Swiizer- 

land) 
Ernst, Heinrich (Smtzer- 

land, 
Evans, John Henry 



Fa'icncerie de Choisy-le- 
lioi (France), See 
Choisy-le-RoL 

Farmiloe, Thomas & Wil- 
liam. 



99 99 

Pamworth, R. D. 
Faulkes, Henry 
Finch, B., & Co. 
Fincheti, Thomas 
First Swiss Alpine Milk 

Exftorting Company 

(Switzerland) 
Flavel, Sidney & Co. 
Filcoteaux (France) 
Foster, James 
Frampton, E. 
Francis & Co. 
Freeman & Hildyard 
FtM et Cie. (France) . 



5^ / Frith, W. 8. • 



Enamelled Curves. 

Trough Closet. 

Uriual Trap. 

Grease Traps. 

Water Closets. 

Flush-out Closet with Grcular Flushing 

Rim. 
Terra-Cotia and Glassed Stoneware, as 

applied to decorative purposes. 
Hygienic Boots and Shoes. 
Concrete and Fihrous Slahs. 
Marhle Concrete Bath. 
Ligny*8 Patent Drying Process. 

System of Arc Lighting and Plant. 

Stoneware Bowl. 

Liqueurs. 

Earthenware Rpes. 

Ventilators. 

System of Electric Li<4hting and Plant 
suitable to small Incandescence In- 
stallations. 

Hot Water Bib and Stop Cocks. 

Unsweetened Condensed Milk. 

Houses on " Isolation System." 

Ornamental Turning Lathes and Appli- 
ances, and Examples of Ornamental 
Turning. 



Bib and Stop Cocks. 

Water Waste Preventive Cistern. 
Flour (Queen's Own). 
Wrougiit Iron Cabinet. 
Lavatory Self-Cloaing Valve. 
Carved Oak Hall Seat. 
Milk in TiDS and Bottles. 



Kitchen Range. 

Water Fittings. 

Knitting and Jacquard Machines. 

Panels, and Frames with Designs. 

Parian Cement 

Pudding and Custard Powders. 

Gymnastic Apparatus supplied to French 
Education Department for Primary 
Schools and Training CoUeses. 

"ModeV o( a A'omb^ &ud Group ( Boadicea). 





69 


^^^^^M 




SILVER MEUAhS-continaed. . ^|^^| 


CLAsa. 


Name. 


KxiiimT. 


4 


Fry, J. a, & Sons . 


Cocoa. 


3LA&B 






48 


Gtircet Bt Nisiua (France) 




42 


Gardner, B. V. . 


Process for Makin;; Whitu-leuii without 
Manual Labour. 


8 


Winteithur (Switzer- 
land) 


Gelatine for Culinary Cae. 


31 


GolW Frtres (/Vona) . 


Fancy Soaps and Toilet Requisites. 


31 A&B 


Uentwte et Herrjscher 


Sweating Hoom. 


4 


Gel I-'rtres (Frana) 




31 


GibbH, D. & W. . 


Patent Wlieat or Toit Drviug Macbioe. 


li 


Gibbs, W. A. 


ay 


Gibert, Dr. le Havre, 
(Fran«) 


Mo<lel of Dispensary for Sick Cliildren. 


48 


GUI, Owi^e, & Sons 


School Test-books and Needlework 
Clmrts 


4 


GisouiSre-Deooorebyter 
Gleiifield Company, Lmtd. 


Li.jucurs. 


22 


Hill's Automatic Fluabiog Apparatus. 


39 


(ioy. H. . . . 


Gymnastic ApparatUB. 


4 


Grant, Thomas, Sc Sont . 




19 


Grout, W. Henry . 


Itnuroveci Jacqunrd Loom. 


2 


GrasM, Carlo (/faiy) 


Vinegar and Oil. 


4 





Cluanii Wines, shipped by A. Alossandri 

of LMhom. 
Indian Chuineys, Pickles, &o. 


2 


Gr«tE«rteni Hotel Wine 




and Oeneritl 'PrcserviDg 






Company {India) 




22 


Gn-vne, Henry, & Sun . 


Utilization of Tide for Raising Sewage. 


61 


Gregory, James B. 
Oridley & Co. 


Geological Collection. 




Isiuglass. 


35 


GrairiDiFrana) . 


Models of Hygieoic Parquets and Mov». 
able Floors for Schools. 


47 


Giiiilemin (JVowk) 


New WaU Map of Franco. 


26 


GUloher Electric Light 


General Electric Lighting Plant for the 




Company . 


Arc and Incandescttnce Systems. 


27 


Hale, K. H. . 


Fire Escape. 


2S 


Hale, B. W.&Co.. 


Ventilating Cowl. 


13 


UarailtoQ & Co., Limited. 


lm[irovementsin Dress. 


4S 


Hammer,GeorgeM., *Co. 


Combination Box, anil Imperial and 

other Desks, 
laboratory Fittings. 


(60. 51, A 53} 


„ 


HarriB & Co. 


Pastry and Confectionery. ^_ 


28 


HarUn's Crimson Salt 
Company, Limiu-d. 


Disiufectaals. ^H 


11 


HasUm Foundry & En- 
gineering Company, 
Limited. 


Meat Freezing Usctune. ^H 


21 


Hayward, Tyler, 4Co. . 


Bib and Stop Cucks. ^M 



70 



SILYEB VXDAUS—eonHnued. 




23 

24 
18 

4 

31 

34 
24 

31 Aft B 

C4 

46 Aft B 
2 

30 
20 
48 

67 



30 

7 

22 

22 

4 
24 

22 

4 
12 

22 

w 

28 
30 



52 

28 

2 

26 

31 Aft B 

21 

t» 
22 

t» 

pf 
23 



Havward, Tyler, ft Go. 

Hamdy H. H. • • 
Heathy Heniy • • 
Heerioff, PeierF. (Deri- 

Hendrie, Robert, ft Go. . 

Henman ft Harrison 
Hepboni, R. H. • « 
Herlwt et Gie. (IVtNMv) . 
HerriDg ft Sod • • 



Hioks, J. J. . 
Hill, W., ft Sod . 
Hindley ft Sons 
llobbe, Hart & Go. 
Hodkinson ft Glarka 

Holtcapffel ft Go. • 



Horitsn, G. (Japan) 
Houdart (JFranoi) . 
Houghton ft Go. . 
Hughes ft Lancaster 



Hulsman, J. H. (ffoUand) 
Hunt, Harry. 

Imperial Stone Gompany, 
Limited. 

Ind, Goope, ft Go. 

Indian Tea Districts Asso- 
ciation. 

Ingham, W., ft Sons 



It 

99 



n 






Ipeen, Mme. Louise (2>eit- 
mark) 

Jackson, F. G. 

Jackson, G., ft Sons 
Jacquier Frdres (France) 
Jameson's Patent Goking 

Oompany, Limited. 
Jenks & Wood 
Jennings, George 



/ 



n 

99 



99 
}} 



Exhibit. 



Full Flush YalTelesB Gloset 

Improved (Sas Oooking Apparatus. 

Hats and Qapa. 

Liqueurs. 

Fancy Soaps, Toilet Requisites and Tooth 
Brushes. 

Plans of Schools. 

Smoke Preventing Apparatus. 

Elastic Beds with Movable Gushions. 

'^BrDokwood" Wanning and Ventila- 
ting Grate. 

Sensitive Giinloal Thermometers. 

Bread and Biscuits. 

Garved Mantelpiece. 

Locks. 

Revolving Flartitions for Dividing 
Schoolrooms. 

Ornamental Turning Lathes and Appli- 
ances, and Examples of Ornamental 
Turning. 

Tea Geremonies. 

Method of Preserving Wine. 

Interceptor Traps. 

Shone's Pneumatic Apparatus for 
Raising Fluids. 

Liqueurs. 

Stovee. 

Goncrete Sewer and Drsin Pipes. 

Ales and Stout 

Tea Drying Stove and Rolling Machine. 

Glazed Fire Glay Pi|^es. 

Stanford's Jointed Pipes. 

Glazed Bricks and Drain Hpes with 

Level Indicators. 
Artistic Pottery. 

Detdgn for Silver Vase, Italian Renais- 
sance Style. 
Fibrous Plaster. 

Table Vinegar, Prepared Mustard, ftc. 
The Jameson Process of Treating GoaL 

Sick Room Furniture and Appliances. 

Bib and Stop Gocks. 

Bath Fittings. 

Sinks. 

Plumbers' Work. 

Trap. 

Bide F\\!L&\i C\o»&\k 



m 






SILVER MEDALS— cond'wufid. ^^^^B 


CLiSt 


Nake. 


EsHiniT. 


23 


JeimingB, Thomas . 


Disiarecting Oren. 
General Exhibit. 


M 


Jewti' Deaf & Dumb Home 


21 


Johiuon. a H., Sc Co. . 


Filler Presa. 


48 


Johnstmi, A. 




48 




Historical PictureB and Mapa, 


2 


Joveneau, A. (Briyium) . 
Judtoo, Datdei. & Son . 


Chocolate. 


21 


Doraesiic PiltarB. 


30 




Lacquer Ware. 


20 


Kaje, Joseph, & Soiu . 


Hush Spring Lock. 


33 


KeenaD, MatLhen . 


Nou-conducting Papier-Maclid Com- 
ponnd for Coating Boilers and Steam 
Pipes, 






26 


Keith, Jamee 


Mineral Oil Gas. 


20 


Kent, QeoTgo 


Model Kitchen. 


31 


Kenworthy, E. K., & 

Co. 
KiDg, Frederiok, & Co. . 


Washing Machines. 


2 


Preaerred Poialoea. 


23 


Kite. C, a Co. . 


Ventilators for Drains. 


i 


(Autlria- Hungary) . 


Si«rkUag BiMl Still Wiuos. 


S2 


Kiyoto, Art School (Jn- 
Kiyoto-Fu, Female School 


ReaultB of Art Teaching. 


49 


Needlework. 




for Emhroideries (Jii- 
K^oihia School (Jo- 




20 


Model of Ddmio'B Palace. 




pan). 




4 


Und Hort^sge Bank of 
Indift(IndianTeaDiBirictB 

Aas(«iatinn) (^India). 


^^^^1 


4 


Langdale, E. F. (In<li(ui 
Ten Districta Aasocia- 


Kangrn Teas. ^^^^| 


4 


Laj^ C, & Co. (fliiisio) 


Liqueura. 


28 


Laugsteff, aarlea, M.D. . 


Paraffined Flooring. 


12 


Lswreoce St Co., Limited . 


Patent Ciijiillary Refrigerator, and 
Patent Loctoleo tract. 


36 
Ai 


Lecoq (Fronce) . 


Plans of various Lycfea. 
Adaptable School Desk. 


61 


Lemercier, Madame Vve. 

(France.) 
Lethereu, W. 


Models of Stniclural Anatomy. 


62 


Wrought Iron GriUe. 
Ambulanoe Exhibit. 


31 A ft a 


Lcvoeou & 8oua 


52 


Lewis, MisB Florence 


Design for large Viise. 


8 


Libby McNeill & Libby 
(United Statu lif Av»- 
Hca.) 

Liebia, Baron 


Tinned Meats for Army Supply. 


8 




13 


Lilley & SkiDDer . 


Improved Muthod of Fixing Upuf 
fool Sole in U*ting. ^'^ 


30 


Linoleum Manufacturing 


Linoleum Fkwr Cloth with Artiali 


^H 


CompoDj, Limited. 


Colouring. 



72 



SILVER MEDALS— am(mtte<I. 



Class. 


Name. 


Exhibit. 


4 


Lloyd & Co. (Indian Tea 
Districts Association.) . 


Teas. 


24 


Lloyd, 


P, • . • 


Ventilating Grates. 


Designs. 


Lombart, Jules (France). 


Workmen's Dwellings. 


41 


»9 


»l 99 


Safety Refri^oratiiig Apparatus. 
Drawings, Models, and Documents relat- 


(50 & 53) 


London, Institute of 






British Carriage 


ing to the Institute. 






Manufacturers 




Designs. 


}9 


Metropolitan 
Association for 
Improving the 
Dwelling of the 
Industrial Classes 


Artisan's Dwellings. 


23 


»f 


National Chemi- 


Chloride of Lime. 


(52 & 53) 


9* 


cal Company 

School of Art 
Wood Carving, 
I%al Albert Hall 

West London 


Art and Technical Exhibit. 


52 


9f 


Work in connection' with Local In- 






School of Art 


dustries. 


Designs. 


» 


Society for Im- 
proving the Con- 
dition of the 


Dwellings. 












Labouring Classes 




Designs. 


1} 


South London 
Dwellings Com- 
pany. 


Dwellings at Surrey Lodge. 


(50, 51, & 53) 


99 


University Col- 
lege, Engineering 
Department 


Scientific and Technical Teaching. 


11 


London imd Provincial 
Dairy Company. 


Complete Working Dairy. 


12 


» 


>» >^ }9 


Collection of Dairy Machinery. 


11 


London Guelph Patent 
Cask Company, Limited. 


Air-tight Casks. 


7 


Long, Joseph 


Scientific Instruments. 


19 


Loog, 


Hermann 


Sewing, Knitting, and Embroidery 
Machines, especially a Straw-Hat 
Sewing Machine. 


22 


Lord, William, & Co. 


Ventilators for Drains. 


52 


Lunn, 


Richard 


Design for a Loving Cup and Cover. 


2 


Lyon, 


Soci^t^ G^n^rale 


Italian Paste, Maccaroni, &c. 




poui 


' la Fabrication ct la 






Veuto des Pfttes alimcn- 


, 




taires do Lyon (France), 




33 


Lyon, 


Washington . 


High PreRRure Steam Disinfector. 


21 


McCallum, J. B. . 


Water Waste Preventive Cistern and 








Valves. 


30 


McCarthy, Rev. E. F. M. 


Model of a School Cloak Room. 


52 


Macclesfield Scliool of Art 


Work in Connection vdth Local In- 


/ 






dustries. 



^^^^^^^^I^^^l 


^ 


^H 


^r 


SILVER MEDALS— con(;«ueJ. ^| 


Class. 


Name. 


ExmitiT. ' 


Z 


McCorqundnle, D. A.,& Co. 


Presorvi-d Vegetables. 


31 AftB 


Mdlroy.T. . 


Ambulauce Exhibit. 


22 


McKee, Robert KoUTtson. 


Fliu-hing Tanks. 


11 


Maig.ien, P.A. 


Filter for Wine, Spirits, Beer, and Synip, 


43 




Water Filtering & Softening Apiaratus. 


(2&3) 




Pro visions. 


0,5L,&63) 


MaiichBBler Teclitiiciil 


Eyhibit illustrating Instruction in 




School. 


Building, Geometry, and Botany. 


13 


Mann, Henry, Son A Co. 


Velveiten. 


42 


MBrihAyc,Sooi^ Auonyme 






ilex Cliorbonnages de 
Marks, Henry, & Sons . 


Fraafois' Rock-boring Machine. 


31 


Sponges. 


21 


Martincfiu & Smith 


CompoMtion for Valves lo witlistand 
action of Hot Wiiter. 


B 


Maahima,G.(./a«in) . 
Masou. William Frederick 


Cookery. 


2-t 


Single Oven. 

Bath and Sanitary Arrangements. 


22 


Masaon (f m»(») . 


34 




Plana of Elementary Sehwl, 


«1a4b 


Mayer ft Meltseer . 


Patent Invalid's Combined Cliair nuj 
Couch. 


to, &1, & 53) 


Melim, Girls' ProfeMional 

School of (Fm»««). 
Heneus, A. (Belgium) . 


Nerdlework by Pupile. 


56 


Chromo-Reward Cards, &c 


13 


Met, C, & 8f,ng . 


Netted Underclothing. 


13 


Mid<lletan, Jones & Co. . 


Velveteen. 


48 


Midland Edttcationnl Ca, 

Limited. 
Midland RuallesB Iron 

Comijniiy. 
Mignou & Bouart (Frana) 


" Beliance" nnd Reading Desks. 


28 


Eoamolled Iron. 


11 


ProceM of Preserving Meat. 


41 






4 


Mdlioicb, Ijica (Aiutri'- 

Hangiiry). 
Millis, CharlM Thomas . 


Maraschino. 


51 


Models lilustratinj Hetal Plate Work 
and Projective Geometry. 






18 


Minna6rl-l)e|nint(Brw»«/0 
Miiller, I,. M. {Dtwmrk) 


Wooden Shoes. 


28 


Self-jcting DiBinracUng Closet, 


60. 61 & 63 


MniiH, Ecole Frofesaiou- 
nelk <)e Jeimes FiUes 

Montalba, Miw Henrietta 


Educational BxhibiU 


K 62 


Dewgn for Fml 


1 "^ 


MoQthiera (fr«n«) 


Ainiliances for HeaUog and Ventilating ■' 
Schools. ^ 


■ 


Morgan, Greorge T.. 


Medals. 


■ 


M.mtoo, Dr. (nollarut) . 


Honey and its Applied Forms. 
Cut and Rngnivwf Crystal Glass. 


■ 


Moyie, Ke». V. H. . 


I »" 


Miiller. H.C^w(rM-ff«n- 

•T^ry) 
MiiUeJ, H. L. 


■ 26 


Apiiaratas forthemanafiMilure ofAirGas. 
Water MelfT Magnetic IteconUtagAppa- 


■ 21 


Muller.J.A., C.E.. 


^ 


Uuller, Wtiima . 


c Q&M ^[iiad»v ^j^^^^m 



74 



SILVER MEDALS -eemhfiiied. 




62 

40 

13 

1 



24 
23 

24 

23 



47 
48 



60 
61 

13 

13 
22 
12 
23 
23 
21 

38 



Mumy, Charles . 
Narionx, F^ix (Fronoe). 
Neff, T. (Switxtrkmd) . 
Neighbour, George, & Sons 



Neilson, W^ & Ga 

New Carbolic Sanitary 

CompoQy 
Newton, Chambers Sc Co., 

LimitecL 
Neuiily, Socitft^ de Con- 

stniction des Ateliers de 

(Frcmce) 



ti 



99 



99 



(6Q, 62, & 63) 



64 



23 
21 
19 



28 

47 
62 

52 



North of England School 
Furnishing Company, 
Limited. 

Nottingham, University 
CoU^e 

Onnerod, Miss Eleanor A 



Osterode Flannel Com- 
pany. 
Otsuka, T. (Japan) 
Ough, Henry 

Ovens, William & Thomas 
Overbury, Henry • 
Owen, Henry, i Ca 
Owen, Samuel . , 

Paget, Charles K . 



Paris Boole Normale de 
Travail Manual 
QA. Salicis) 
{France), 
„ Soci^t^ des Ateliers 
des Aveugles 
(France). 
Parker, John . 
Parkinson, W., & Co. . 
Patent Automatic ELnitting 
Machine Company, Li- 
mited. 
Patent Victoria Stone 

Company. 
Pattison, Miss 
Patronage des Enfants de 

r£b^aisterie (France), 
Pearce, A E. 



Etching. 

Works on School Architecture. 

Bmlupoidery. 

Comb Honey. Appliances in connec- 
tion with Bee Industry and Glased 
Hives showing the Bees at Work. 

Ranges. 

Disinfectants. 

Cooking Bange. 
Iron Shed. 



School Furniture. 
Single and other Desks. 

Apparatus for Technical Education. 

Diagrams of Insects issued by Royal 
i^cultural Society, and "Manual 
and Ghiide." 

Hygienic Flannel. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Stanford's Patent Joint to Conduits. 

Sausage Meat Cutting Machines. 

Disinfectants. 

Croydon Flush-out Closet 

Bib and Stop Cocks with Twin Screw. 

Models showing Details of Construction 
in Buildings Erected for InfectioQfl 
Sickness. 

Work by the Students. 



Brushes, Feather-Dusters, te., made 
by the Adult Blind. 

Earth Closets. 

Water Meter. 

Portable Circular Knitting Machine. 



Artificial Stone Paving. 

Practical Teaching. 
Carved Frame. 

Drawing from Life and Designs. 



^^^^^^^^^I^^^l 


^ 


75 


^^H 


mF 




Ci-ias. 


Name. 


ExiimiT. 


52 


Pesrgo, Alfre<I 




20 


Pphtm, Robert, Jt Co. 




11 


Peek, Frean & Co. . 


Air-tight Biscuit Box. 


24 


PerfeinB, A. M., & Son . 


Steam Ovens for Bakeries. 


6 


Perkins, B.. & Son 


Seamlesa Steel Saueepaos. 


31 




8t«el and other Batha. 


4 


Pefsson & Cronzeil 
(Swedea) 


Liqueurs. 


I 


P^troff, A. A, (Bi«8.--0 . 


RuMian Flour. 


24 


Pett«r, James 


"Nautilus" Grate. 


12 


Pfleidecer. Paul . 




39 


Pii^ott Brothare . 


GymiiMtIc Appar.ttiia. 


26 


PiUen Joel Electdo Light 


General Electric Lighting Plant for the 




Company. 


Arc and Incnndcacenw Systema. 


2 


Pink, EdwarJ, & Sons . 


Jams, MarmataduB, &c. 


12 






30 


Piqufi et Deesart (Fraiux) 


Leatiicr Chairs and F«uteuila. 


62 


Piron. J. J. (Brothera of 


Wire Models for Tcacting Solid Geo- 




tiie Chriatian Schools) 
PitniftD, Isaac 


metry. 


48 


IIluHtrations of System of Shorthand. 


21 


Pocock, Alfred Wilmut . 


Water Meter. 


13 


Pocock Crothera . 


Hygienic Boots and Shoes. 


53 


Podany, F. M. {Autlria- 

nwigary). 
Porter, John H, . 


Collections of Sections of European 

Woods. 
Porter-Clark Water Softening Pnwess. 


33 






and AiiplioatioD of the Filter Preas to 






this Purpose. 


4 


Potin Vse. Fflii (France) 


Liqueurs. *^ 


2 


Pott, R. & N. 




24 


Potter, T. G. 


Vinegar. 
Oil or Spirit Kitchener. 


24 


Potter, Thomnfl, & Sons . 


Thermo-Hydrio Stoses. 


3 


Poiilton & Noel . 


Demgo for Wrought-Iron Gates, Bur- 


52 


Poynton, H. . 






lington House. 


9 


Prevet, a, i Co. . 


Array and Navy Batioos. 


4S 


Prevost Orphanage, Oise 


Scholars' Work. 


31 


{France) . 
Price's Pdtent Candle 
Com pan V, Ltmiied. 


Hoiuehold Soaps. 


45 


Primrose & Co. . 


Si>ecimena of Dry Glazing for Mills, && 


21 


Pringle. Robert, M.D. . 


Cisterns and Drinking Trough. 
Native Handiotafis, Wares, &c. 


30 


Procter & Co. (/ndio) . 
Prouit (,Fmn<i} . 


35 










34 


Qufitin, E. {Belgium) . 


Plans and Photographs of School!. 
School Pnmiture. &c. 


28 


Quirk, Barton & Co. 


Sanitary Lead Piping, affording Ab*>. 
lute Security from Danger of Lead- 
poisoning in Conveying Liquids 


^ 





76 



SILVER MEDALS— cotUtnued. 



« 

Glabs. 


Name. 


47 


Ract et Falquet (France) 


21 


Ramsey, William . 


52 


RandaU, W. F. . 


24 


Keck, A. B. (Denmark) . 


62 


Reeks, Miss M. E. 


48 


Regndn, A. (France) . . 


(50 to 53) 


ReutIingen,FraueDarbeits- 




schule, Wurtembcrg 




(Oermany), 


40 


Riant, Dr. A. (France) . 


23 


Rimmel, R. . • 


52 


Roberts, Charles 


21 


Roberts, Charles Gay 


23 


Rogiers & Mothes (France) 


27 


Rose, William, & Co. . 


30 


Rose], F. R. (Belgium) . 


19 


Rotbwell, William . 


12 


Royle, John J. 


21 


• 


» 


» »f • • 


2 


Ru88-Suchard & Co. 




(Switzerland), 


15 


Russian Fur Company . 


26 


Sale, Frank T. 


34 


Salleron (France) 


2 


Ban Jos^ Fruit Packing 




Company ( United States 




^America). 
Sciurborou$;h Mosaic Floor 


29 




Cloth Company. 


42 


Schaffer & Budenberg . 


4 


Schmidt et Cie., Condom 




(France). 


13 


Schmitter, Oscar Rothrist 




(Switzerland) 


3 


Schmoele & Co. (Belgium) 




School. See under re- 




spective towns. 


13 


Schoonjans, Spouse (Bel- 




aium). 
Scnwyz, Distillerie d*Eau 




de Cerises de (Switzer^ 




land). See Distillerie. 


29 


ScoUick, A. J., & Co. 



Exhibit. 



Materials and Apparatus for Infant 

Schools. 
Glass Cisterns and othor Glass Ware. 
Designs for Plate. 
Heating and Ventilating Stove. 
Bellows Carved in Italian Walnut Wood . 
School Museum. 
Educational Exhibit. 



Works on Hygiene in Schools. 

Disinfectants 

Wood Engraving. 

Automatic Rain Water Separators. 

Closets, Sink Traps, &c. 

Fire Extinguishers. 

Hand Carving applied to Cabinet Work. 

Knittinc; Machines, especially Steam- 

power Flat Web-Knitting-Machine 

and Seaming Machine. 
Patent Reducing Valve, Patent Syphonia 

Steam Trap, and Patent Universal 

Unions. 
Onion Joints. 
Swivel Unions. 
Chocolate* 

Furs. 



Mineral Oil Lamps. 

Plan of the Iraiuing College at Auteuil. 

Tinned and Bottled Fruits and Honey. 



Well-fixed Colours. 

Steam Pressure, Hydraulic and Vacuxun 

Gauges, &c 
Liqueurs. 

Hygienic Crape Underclothing. 

Liquid Extract of Meat. 

Corsets. 



Patent Mastic 



^H 




^^r 


SILVEB MEDALS- <v>B(<V,«ed. ^^^^| 


Cl-AM. 


Kahb. 


EXIIIIUT. 


33 


Seagrave, G. . 


Stewart's Presimre Blower. 


19 


Self-acting Sewing Ma- 


Spiral Spring for Sewing Machines, to 




cUne Company, Limited 


he wound up by hand. 


4 




General Exhibit, 


34 


Serriiw, E-aCBe/ffium) . 


Designs for Schools. 


22 


Sharp & Co. . 


Flanged Joint for Lead Pine. 

aUie.1 Socket Pi|** and Bock Concrete 

Tubes. 
Work in connection with Local In- 


22 


Sliarp, Heniy, Jones 4 Co. 


62 


SbctSeld Schod of Art . 






diialries. 


12 




Collection of Dtensilfl. 






Dress Fabrica. 


11 


Siebi Gorman & Cu, 


Meat Freezing Maoliino, &o- 


29 


Silicate Znpiiaii Conipo- 






BJiion & liranitic Paint 
Company. 
Silicated Carbon Filter 


Paint. 


21 


Silicated Carbon FUter. 


14 


Silver, ^^.', ft Co. 


Indiftnibber Goods. 


4S 


Simon, H.,&Ca(e'en<WBy) 


Desks. 


33 


Simpson, James, ft Co. . 
Binclair, Jame«(104 Lead- 


Horizoiitsi Spindle Centrifugal Pump. 


27 


Dick's Esiinctour. 




cnball Street, E.C.) 




14 


Slazenger ft Sims . 


Tailor-made Waterproof Qannents. 


52 


Slocombe. Fre.lk. A. . 


Etchings. 


23 


Smeaton, John 


Plumber's Work. 


30 


Smee, Wiilinm A. ft S. . 


Bedruum Fittings. 


'20 


Smith ft Turnar . 


Hesagona! Adjuating-Pin Door Springs. 


24 


SmitlJB, Jamea 


Smokeless Grate. 


I 


Spalding, Robert B. 




39 


Spencer, George . 


Gymnastic Apparatus. 


21 


SpooKy Iroa Dumeslic 
Filter Companv. 


Domestic Spongy Iron Filters. 


& 


Squire ft Sons 


InfsBtg' Food and Malt Estract. 


24 


8t«l ft Garland . 


" Whamclifrc" Ventilating Grata 


2 


Ste>nbri.lge, 0., ft Co. 

(India) 
Stempel. Adolf A. . 


Indian Food Products. 


89 


PorlAble Gymnnstio Apparatus, Aw. 


24 


Stephemwn. W. H., M.D. 


Gas Heating Water Coils, 


4 


S^bbe, Hermann {Oer- 

many) 
Slidder, J. C, 4 Co. 


LiqUBUTB. 


21 


Bath Fittings 


23 




ITririfll. 


22 


Stiff, James, ft Bona 


Weaver's Trap. 






Drain Pi pes. 


28 




Damp-proof Wall Brick-^. 


52 


Sloke-on-Treot'Sohool of 


Work in Conneotioa with Local In- 




Art 


dustries. 


33 


Slopes, a, ft Co. . 


Apparatus for Cuoting and Moistening 

Air. 
Gas Kitchener, ftc. 


24 


S.igg, W., ft Co., Limited 


^B 


SuttoD ft Sons 


Models of Vegetables, Seeds, Grasses, ftc. 


^1 


Suttoa, 0. F., ft 0>. i 


Preparation of Herbs for Fm\t. Eawwas. 


^^L vol. 


rvm. ft 



78 



SILYEB VEDAIS^imiinued. 




5 
8 



27 
1 

46 

dlA&B 



52 
49 

2 

20 

52 

80 
28 
51 
51 

25 

26 

4 

21 

28 

21 

29 

80 



52 



Swiss Milk Company 
Sydney Mctt Presenring 

Company, Limited. 
SymonSy John, & Co. 



Tabouet at Cie. (France). 
Tallerman, D. 

Thomas, Evan . • 
Tibaheif Colliery Centre 

of ^e St John Ambu- 

lanoe AssociatioQ* 
Tinworth, G. 
Tokio, Female Normal 

School (Japan), 
Tokio^ Sho-yu Company 

(Japan). 
Toilet, S>ci^t^ Nouyelle 
de Constniction, Systtoe 

Toilet (France). 
Tonks, J. W. 

Tooth A Aolt 
Towers & Williamson 
Townson & Mercer. 
Tramond (i^ranoe) . 

Tr^lat, £mile (/iVance) . 

Trotter, A. P. 
Tulloch, W., & Son 
Tylor, J., & Sons • 

ft n • • 

UUathome, CkanviUe 

Sharp. 
United Asbestos Ca, 
Limited. 



24 
(60, 51, & 53) 



I) 



n 



9f 



I 



Van den Broeck, P. L. 
(Brothers of the Chris- 
tian Schools) (Bd" 
giwn), 

Vanderschrick Fr^res 
(Belgium). 

7an Hoecke, T. (Belgium) 

Van Marken, J. C, Delft 
Teast Factory (iTo^nd) 



Exhibit. 



Unsweetened Condensed Milk. 
Preserved Beef and Mutton. 

Apple Must and Cider. 



Fire Extinc^eur. 

JTresh Mutton and Beef from Australia 

and New Zealand. 
Safety Lamps. 
Coal Tub for the conyeyanoe to the 

surface of Men injured underground. 

Terra Cotta Chroup. 

System of Teaching Fractions. 

Soy. 

System of Hospital ConstrucUoo. 



Designs of Mayor's Chains of Office of 

Tarious Corporations. 
Artistic Pottery. 
Adamantine Clinkers. 
Chemical Apparatus, &c 
Objects for Teaching Natural History 

in Training Colleges. 
Method of Warming and Ventilating 

Schools and large Buildings. 
Lanterns for Distribution of Arc Lights. 
Cocoa. 

Full Water Way Valves. 
Terry's Pedal Action Closet 

Water Waste Preventer. 

Fireproof Paint. 

Application of Asbestos in Fire-Proteci- 
ing Paints, Clothes, &a 



Educational Exhibit 



Liqueurs. 

Hot Water Apparatus. 

Models and Diagrams, and Beeults of 

Work done by Pupils of the School 

of the Factory, 



■ 






SILVER MEDALS- (wi/tnwe'f. ^-^^H 


Class. 


Namb. 


Exhibit. 


21 


Van Prug, Alexuid.r, & 

Son. 
V«.nn^■T),J.iCaImTo••m) 


Carbon Block Syphon Filter. 


4 


Wines. 


26 


VwUy.P.H. . ; 


SpM;ial_ Pr.para ioQ of Carbon for all 


2» 


Verlieucben, H. (Brlgium) 


tmitation Gobelio Tapestry. 


4 


Vitali, E. (fio/ji) . 


Oeaeral Exhibit of Wiues and Uqiieurs. 


It 


Von Heyilen, Dr. F. 
iGrrm^ng). 


Salicylic Acid 


80 


Wahlies, Emsl {Aa^tria- 


ArliBiic Cl-ina and Pottery for Domestic 

Straw Bat Sewing Machine, 
liesign for Damask Table Cloth. 


19 


S2 


WarH, Jaraea 




Ward,Jobn . 


Ambulance ExbibiL 


21 


W'aiaec, Jolm, & Suns . 


Bib and Stop t'ockx. 




„ „ „ 


Windmill Pumping Engine. 


23 




Invalids Closet. 


14 


Wnrnerisins Company, 


Prucesa of rendering Fabrics Water- 




Umited. 


reppUent. 


42 


Warwick, Jame« . 


into OscillatinK Motion. 


52 


Watkins, John 


Hnod and Power Lifts, especially Safety 


33 


Waygood, R., & Co. 






Handles for Hand I'ower Lifts, and 






Self-HUKtaining Brake. 


1 


Webb, E., & Sone . 


General Exhibit. Seeds, Cereals, and 
Grasses. 


20 


Wehcr, C. P. CGei-.Ba«y). 


Econoroital Waterproof Roofing. 


20 


Webslpr'a Palent Aliimi- 
niuQi Metal Ci>inpBny. 


Aluminium Metnl. 


21 




MeUl fir Wat.T and Sanitary PittingB. 


24 


Weighorst, W. A. F., & 

SonB (Gt-maoy). 
WciDlaube ( Jwifria-^tin- 

W?lS^& Sons, Limi tod. 


Steam Baking Oven. 


4 


Wine. 


12 


Collection of Dairy Machinery. 


21 


West Central Sanitary 
Engineering Company. 


WotiT Waste Preventive Cialemi. 






Bath Fittings. 






Bib and Stop Cocks. 


?k 




Commodcfl, 


31 


Weston & Westell fOor- 
bett's Worcester Salt). 


Datha. 








5m J. Corbett, M.P. 




I 


Wheeler, J. C. & Son . 


Collection of OrBSsos and Grass Soedn. 


38 


White, William, P.^A,, 
30i. Wimpole Street 


Pian of WiDchcBter College Sani- 
lorium. 


22 


Wikock & Co. 


Trough Cioict. 


„ 


.... ■ ■ 


Automatic SypUon Fliwhing Tank. 




^^^^^^^^ 


VL'k 




^^^^^^^^^^H 





80 



SILVER MEDALS— ccmitmied. 



GLA88. 



ao 



31 

2 

24 

52 

48 
80 
31 



80 

80 

2 




Willesden Waterproof 
Pliper and Canvas 
Works, Limited. 

Williamson, W., & Co. . 

Wills, W. D. & H. 0. . 

Wilson Engineerin;^ Com- 

wSsoni T. Walter . 

Windels, D. (Belgium) . 
Woerffel, 0. P. (Busaia) . 
WooUey, James, Sons&Ca 



Yates ft Ga • 

Yates, Haywood & Co. 

Yeatman & Co. 



Exhibit. 



Materials Imperviotis to Wet 



Washing and Wringing Machines. 
Tobacco and Cigarettes. 
Range. 

Design for Enamelled and Jewelled 

Necklace. 
School Furniture and Models of Animals. 
Ornaments in Bronze, Jasper, Jade, &a 
Sanitary Rose Toilet Powder. 



Axminster Carpet 

Cast Iron Chimney Pieces. 

Yeast and Custard Powders, 







8 




3 




• 1 

BBONZE BIEDAL3. ■ 


1 


Cl^M. 


Name. 


Exhibit. ^H 


£2 


Aikm, Peter 


Deaij;UB for Mecca Rugs. 




42 


AdaniH, Robert 


Cord and Hope Holder, fte. 




52 


AditmBOD, VViiliom 


Shade.1 Drawing of Valves. 




2 


AikmuD, A. . 


Oatmeals, Barleys, ftc. 




42 


Aland, Henry, & Son . 


Voiitilatina Fana. 




31 


&\hon Laundrj Blue 


Laundry Bine. 




2S 


AILo-Carbtm Light Com- 


Oas Lighting Apparatus. 




20 


pany, Limited. 

aiWe. . . . 


Improved Construction of Cottage 






Allen, F., & Sons . 


Swoftineats. 




31 Aft B 


Allen. Thoraas 


Ambnlance Eihihit. 




S2 


Almquist, Carl 


Design for Stained Glasa Window. 




21 


And«rBon, K , & Co. 


Bib and Stop Cockg. 




za 


Angell, A. T. 


Air-tight Cavers. 




12 


Antiio - AmcncAQ Tin 
Stum pi nf! Company, 


Knamelled Goods. 




33 


Ashwortli Bros. . 


WriDEing Machine. 
Ventilator for Drains. 




28 


AlmosiiliiTio Cowl Com- 




19 


Aublet, Horry, ft Co. 


Endleaa Cloth Cutting Knife, 
Brazing Fire, 




23 


Atist in Aotiseptic Company 




31 A A II 


Bacon, MifflCharlottoC. 


Improved Mattress. 




27 


Bailey, H. T. 


Fire Eecape. 




21 


Bwley ft Co. . 


Domestic Water Filter, 




22 




Traps. 




23 


Baker, J. M. R . 


Water Closet Diainfector. 




24 


Baker, Joseph, ft Sons . 


Dunton Knoll Oven. 
ConlmuousOven. 




'i 


Boldwin,,]." . '.' ! 


Beehives and Frames. 




23 


Banner Brotljere ft Co. . 


Inspection OpcniDg with Bayonet Joint, ^H 


4 


Barateam I'fere et Fila 
Bartord & Perkins . 


Liqueurs. 


■ 


33 




■ 


52 


Birker, Mis* Clara 8. . 


Design for Salt 01a» Bottle. 
InvJid's Food. 




5 


Barker, Thos. 




30 


Barunrd, Bishop ft Barnard 


Carved Wood Mantel Pieces. 




21 


Bamett & Fotter . 


Filtering Apparatus. 
American Bar Fittings. 


■ 


2 


Basiiani. J.(S.H.V(;«ce) . 
Batchelor, H. ft T. C. . 


Preserved Pine Applet 
Moving Models of Machinery. 




51 




23 


Bateman, William H. . 






45 




Tinning ami Soldering Preparation. 


J 



82 



BRONZE MEDALS— con^tntied. 



Class. 



Namx. 



52 


Bathgate, G. . 


2i 


Batten, William . 


1 


Beales, Alfred 


52 


Beaupr6, C. • 


13 


Beck, Miss Louisa • 


21 


Beck & Go. . 


M 


>» w • • • 


t> 


>» w • • 


21 


Bell, John . 


3 


Bellis, Thomas K. . 


48 


Bemroee & Sons 


21 


Benham & Sons . 


31 


w w • • 


12 


Bertram, Leop)ld B. 


12 


Beynon & Cox 


24 


w •> • • 


w 


»f M • • 


26 


Bickerdike, Qeo. , 


2 

9 

23 


Billette (France) . 


Billhig, J. J., M.D* ! 


31 A &B 


Billington Brothers 


24 


Bingham, E. . 


22 


Bird, Frederick, & Ca . 


17 


Birt,J. &A. W. . 


4 


Bisqiiit, Dubouch^, et Cie. 
(France), 


13 


Blinkhorn, Edward 


21 


Blundell, G. T., & Ca . 


33 


II II II 


48 


Boghandel, Mailings 


2 


Bolanachi 


21 


Bolding, John, & Sons . 


22 


n »» II 


23 


II II II 


2 


Bolland & B ^ns 


48 


Bonnard, P. (France) 


5 


Bonthron, J. . 


21 


Boston Filter Company . 


20 


Bothams, John C.,M.I.C.E. 


22 


Bolting, Francis 


43 


Bougard, A. (Belgium) . 


4 


Bouvier Frferes (Switzer- 




land) (McCracken, J. 




& R.) 


2 


Bowden, W. (Iidia) 


4 


i> II II • 


26 


Bower .... 


12 


Boyes, Ebenezer 



Exhibit. 



Drawing from the Antique. 

Manhole Cover, gully-traps, and Gh^ting. 

Stuffed Sjiecimens of Domestic Poultry. 

S|)ecimens of Wall and Dado Decora- 
tions in Lincrusta Walton. 

Hygienic DresM. 

Water Waste Preventer Cistern. 

Pumps for Domestic Use. 

Bih and Stop Cocks. 

Asbestos f >r Filters and Packing. 

Turtle Stfup. 

School Registers and Literary Ap- 
pliances. 

Bath Fittinga. 

Baths. 

Patent Colander Saucepan. 

Qn8 Baking Ov^n, 

Domestic Baking Oven. 

Range. 

Self- Acting Gas Regulator. 

Preset ved Coffee and Sugar in packets. 

Cartridge Rations. 

Diaiiifectanta. 

Ambulance Exhibit. 

Harleslden Non-ventilating Grate. 

Ventilators for Drains. 

Life Saving Apparatus. 

Liqueurs. 

Stockins: Suspenders. 

Duplex Pump. 

Double-acting Pump with Multiple 
Pistons. 

Dia<rrams and other Educational Ap- 
pliances. 

" Ceratonia " Chocolate. 

Water Waste Preventer Cistern. 

Fittings for Lavatories. 

Alliance Valveless Wash-out Closet. 

Wedding Cakes. 

New method of Teaching Music. 

Diabetic Bread, Bixcuit^ and Flour. 

Domestic Water Filters. 

Improved Louvre Brick Chimney Top. 

Air-tight Cover. 

Glasses for Safety Lamps. 

Champagne. 



Chutney s and Curries. 

Messrs. Stanes & Co.'s Tea?* and Coffees. 

Grimston Gas Burner. 

Syphon Coffee Urn. 



BKONZE UED MS- continued. ^M 


Cubs. 


Nahe. 


Exhibit. 


52 


Brsilbum, J.. 


Designs for a BrusseL) Cari>et and 
Caudtaliuks. 


22 


Brwirord, T., & Co. 


Drainage of Dairy. 


23 






62 


Br»l^ J. 


Pair of Vnaea. 


13 


Brvoiet (/Vonee) , 


Tortoise Shell Unishea. 


31 




BrunheB. 


33 


BfiUtnnU 0)tiipany 


Screw-cutting and Slide-rest Lalhea. 


4 


BrkUh «nd Foreip 
MinHral Water Cmpan 


Aerated B«\ eragee. 
Y 


23 


Britisii I'ati'Dt Perfumta. 
Pnper Gompany.Limitu 


Va\<eT Tor Sanitary Purpoaea. 


11 


Britiah Syplmn Mauulac 
turintiComiany. 


Syphons Sc Seltzogenes, 


51 


Br.«aa, Frederick Yorke 




ai 


Brooke, l^dwsrd, & 8v>na 


Firecky CiBtema. 


24 


Brown & Oreen 


Luton Grate. 


52 


Brucciiiiii, D., & Go. 


CaatB for Um in Art Schools. 


25 


BuchBn, Wm. P. . 


Veotilaling Cowl. 


13 


B.irgi-Bs. C. 0. 


Boots and cihncH. 


4 


BusweU, a, & Co. . 


"Tom Moore" Iriah Whiskey. 


52 


Butler. F. . 


Design for Ston« Ware Vaao. 


52 


Butlerton, Miss H. 


Designs for Painted Wall TUea. 


Dwigtu 


Byn«, P. J., & Wilmot 


Artisani' Dwellings. 


30 


Camiibcll, Smith & Co. 
Caiideil, Cb. (edyium). 


Stwned Glass Windows, &c. 


2 


Sweeimeata. 


22 


Uandy ft Co. 


Scwor and Dtaiti I'ipea. 


21 


Capper, Sot., & Co. 


Bib and Stop Cock. 


62 


Capes, Mil. Mwy . 


Deugn for Green Vase. 


13 


Carter, J. 8. . 


Tonrista' Drcsaea. 


51 


Celtt, E.{Frattee) . 


Apparatus for Suicnoe Instraction. 


23 


ChflbaiiL-l et Braban 


Appliance for the Emptying of Sewage 




(Frafce). 


on the Separating System. 


52 


Cliambera, Micah . 


Designs fur Cnriiels. 


24 


Ubatiibura, Munoery, Sc Co 




28 




GiilvaniEed Iron Wall-ties. 


68 


Chandler, Mias E. . 


Vaae in Champlev* Ware. 


0, 61, ft 53) 


ChaDuuD, Julin 


Brick Finial and Working Drawings of 


3 


Cbapn, A. {France) 


the same. 
American Tinned Meats, &c. 


2 


Cbaae & Co. . 


23 


iDg Compaoy. 


Disinfectauls. 


31 


Chetallot {Fmnat). Se- 
Uclaimay, E., and Che' 
vailot, B. 


VaseUne. 


62 


Chisholm, D. 


Carved Oak Frame. ^^^^^^| 


31 


Chiswick Soap Company 


Softp. ^^^^M 


SlA&B. 


Chorlion & Dugdale 


Hospital Bed and Invalid Bed. ^^M 






^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^l 



84 



BBONZE TOEDAhS— continued. 



Glass. 



8 

62 

81 B 

20 
42 

48 

Dwignfl. 

42 

88 

(60, 61, & 68) 

22 
80 
21 

24 

4 
20 
21 

ft 

22 

12 
26 
2 
48 
62 
22 
80 

62 
13 
21 
22 
30 

61 



Name. 



48 
21 

81 A&B 

38 
48 



Ghristensen, Charles, & Go. 

{Denmark) 
Ghristie, Miss 

Cbrisiopli & Unmack 

(Denmark), 
Glark, Bunnett & Go. 
Clark, WUliam 

Clarke & Shrapnel . 

Clarke, Edward 
Clayton & Bhuttleworth . 
Clements, Jeakes & Go. . 
Clerkenwell Technical 

Drawing School. 
Cliff, Joseph, & Son 



M 



99 



Giuttirbuck, George 

Coalbrookdale Company, 

Limited. 
Coates & Go. . 
Conolly, Henry 



99 
99 



99 
99 



99 99 

Constantine, T. J. 
Cooper, H. W., & Co. 
Cope Brothers 
Corsan, J. R. 
Cracknel), Miss Ellen 
C-raig, J. & M. 
Craven, Dimnill & Co., 

Limited. 
Cresty, Madame (France) 
Criscuolo, Paolo (Italy) . 
Crouch & Jay 
Crosthwaite, K. W. 
Crystal Porcelain Pottery 

Company, Limited. 
Cussons, Gfeorge 

Czynski, Ludomir (Aus- 
tria/-IIungary), 

Daguerre, A. B. (I ranee) 

Dale, R. P., & Co. . 
Daniels, W. . 
Dastot, Dr. A. (Belgium) 
David, M. QGrosrouvre par 
Nouvantj (France), 



Exhibit. 



Cheese Rennet. 

Photographs and Other Objects for a 

School Museum. 
Stretchers for Transport by Human 
Agency, as used in the Danish Army. 
Lift Brake. 
Arrangements for withdrawing Dust 

from Grindstones. 
Lnperishable 1'iles for Educational 

Purposes. 
Artisamt' Dwellings. 
Guard for iievolving Drams. 
Reversing Washing Machine. 
Drawings and Designs by Students. 

Dodd's Interceptor Trap. 

Decorative Faience. 

Water Waste Preventer Cistern. 

" Sav£ all Waste" Grate. 

"Plymouth "Gin. 

Lavatfiry Fittings. 

High and Low Pressure Valves. 

Water Waste Preventive Cistem. 

Flange Joint. 

Self-acting Cooking Pot. 

Window Ventilators. 

Cigarettes. 

Saud Blast Decorative Tablets for Schools. 

Design for Claret Jug. 

Enamelled Sinks. 

Decorative Tiles. 

Prize Cards. 

Kid Gloves. 

Cisterns and Hot Water Cylinders. 

Liverpool Trap. 

Vitreous Tiles. 

Apparatus to Teach and Illustrate the 

Science of Descriptive (Geometry. 
Honey Cakes. 



Apparatus and Views for Luminous 

Projections. 
Pumps. 
Crutches. 
Scientific Works. 
Method of Teaching Geography^ 



BRONZE MEDALS-™Ht;n.<c<I. 1 


Cla«. 


Name. 


Exhibit. 


21 


Davi<l,M.(Pftrig){Fn.na) 


Filter. 


DMtgos 


Davis & EmroaDuel 


Workmen's Dwellings. 


24 


DaviB, Edward, & Son . 


Butige. 


24 


DaviB, H. & C, & Co. . 


Gas HeatiQst S">vo. 


21 


Daii*, Joseph, & Co. 


Wrtter Testing Apparatus. 

Respirators for Unlieattliy Trades, and 


43 










&2 


Davis, Louis . 


Portion of Decorative Screen. 


1 


Davis, B. W. 


I( e UiveB. 


22 


Dean. Henry . 


Giiilies and Traps. 


21 


D«ar.is. W. & 8. . 


Coil Grate. 


4 


lie Beukelner, ?.(Bdsium) 
Dulauoay. B , aati Cljuval- 

lot, H. (Franct.) 
Delfl Yawt Factory (i7rf- 


Antwerp Elixir. 


11 


Piltrea Chevallot. 








laud) Sm Van Murkeo, 
J.C. 
Denley, MIm M. . 




■ 63 


Design for China Plaqne. 


m 


Denl&llellyer . 




m 




Wawr Waste Preventive Cistern. 


m 


Deverill, John, Junr. 


Irrigator. 


■ 20 


Devino ft Co. 


Gas Governor. 


&2 


DewBon. 'Ihomas . 


Fiimitiire. 


G2 


Uiekewn, Mis» A. 


Designs for Lace. 


31*&B 


Dickioauii. Willuim 


Invalid Bt^dstvail and Bed. 


52 


Ui«ck», .1. (tidgUm) . 


Metl)od of Teaching Writing. 


30 


DK^swker & Co. . 
Dod(l,C. 


Mosaics. 


52 


Design for Silver Cup. 


4 


Doucet (Franai) . 


Liqueurs. 


27 


Douglas, WiUiam, & Co. . 
DouW & Co, 


Eland Fumji for Extint^ishing Firc& 


21 


Double Baml His^h Pre«auro Filter. 






Incorrodible Pump. 


22 


" " '■ '■ 


Teleacopic Joint for Drain Pipes. 
Stoneware Sinks. 


62 


Drake, G, k. 


Silk Furniture Covoriaga. 


7 


Droitwicb Sail Company 


Salt. 


£6 


Drury, llobert F. . 


Gas Governor (Lyon's). 


4 


Dublin Whiskey DUiillerr 

Company. 
Duffield, John R. . 


WhiBkcy. 


52 


Pair of Vases, Cl.iisonn* Emuael. 


"lr 


Dujardiu, A.(Be/ir.ura) . 


ContiDenta) Hotel. 


Diuikley, Henry . 


BooU and Shotw. 


22 


Dyer, Frodenck . 


Air-tight Manhole Cover. 


11 


Edmund*, James . 


"Ne Plus Ultra Feeding Bottle. 


20 


Ednarda, George . 


Sash Fittings and Fastenings. 


48 


Bdwarda, H. « 0. . 


Specimens lor Object L«saonsL 


2 


lil<^sheiefr, F. (S^utia) . 
EUia, Joseph J. . 


Fancy Sweets and Preserved Fruita. 


28 


L«ic«Btur Bncks and Firs CUy Ware. 


22 


Ellison, Jamea E-iward . 


Ventilator for Drains. 


■n 


Emanuel, A., ft Sons 


Woier Waste Preventive Ci stem. 


23 




1 C-olonial Valveless Wash-out Cloaet. 



86 



BBONZE WSJ)ALS—4xmiinued. 



CLA88. 


Name. 


Exhibit. 


35 


Esperon-Morin (Franee) • 


Stove for Schools. 


12 
31 


Etzenberger^ B., & Go. . 
Ewart & Son 


Tea and Coffee Making Machinery. 
Baths. 


4 


Express Dairy Compatiy, 
Limited. 


Milk Champagne. 


80 


Eyre» J. • • • 


Designs for Panted Tile-work. 


62 


Facer, Jabez . 


Cut Glass Bowl, Russian Design. 


26 


Faraday & Sons . 


Electric Light Fittings for Incandescence 




• 


System. 


(13-17A) 


Farcy & Oppenheim 
(France). 


Corsets. 


21 


Farmiloe, Thomas & Wil- 
liam. 


Bib and Stop Cocks. 


21 


Farmiloe, deorge, & Sons 


Bib and Stop Cocks. 


$9 


99 19 9» 


Water Waste Preventive Cistern. 


22 


Famley Iron Company . 


Gullies. 


28 


99 99 99 * 


Ornamental Brick Work. 


21 


Farnworih, John E. 


Apparatus for Boiliug Water. 


21 


Farquhar Oldham Filter 
Company, Limited. 


Filtering Apparatus. 


43 


Feigelstok, E. (Austria 


Spectacles, Eye Glasses, &c 


62 


Hungary). 
Fellows, H. . 


Claret Jug Mounting. 


62 


Fidler, J. B. . 


Brown Vase. 


31 


Finch, B , & Co. . 


Lavatories for Schools and Workhouses. 


23 


Fischer et Cie. (jFVanoe) . 


Disinfectants. 


45 


Kitton, Edward B. . 


Movable Shop Seats, &c 


13 


Fitz-Gferald, Miss Frances 


Knitted Articles. 


11 


Fleming, G. . 


Air-tight and Lock Corks. 


62 


Folliott, W. . 


Design for Damasked Silk Hangings. 


2 


Fortt, James 


Bath Oliver Biscuits. 


2 


Fosna Preserving Company 
(Norway). 


Geneitd Exhibit. 


17a 


Foster, James 


Knitted Hosiery. 


2 


Fourcade (France) 


I'apioca, &c 


30 


Fox, T., & Co. 


Lacewood and Satinwood Furniture. 


26 


Frost, A. J. . 


Klectric Clocks. 


22 


Frost, J. R. . 


Model of a House showing Sanitary 
ArraDgemeuts. 


Designs 


Fumito, Th. (Belgium) . 


Workmen's Dwellings at Verviers. 


23 


99 99 99 • 


Latrines. 


31 


Gabriel, Z. (Belgium) 


Brushes. 


47 


Gallet, Mme. Guillaume 
{B^gium) 


Kindergarten Work and Toys. 


12 


Galloway, James . 


Machinery employed in Manufacture of 
Aerated Waters, especially a Bottling 
Machine. 


47 


Garcet et Nisius (France) 


" FroebePs Counter," for Kindergarten. 


2 


Garofalo (Italy) . 


Italian Pastes. 


30 


Garrard, F. . 


Frames of Decorative Wall Tiling. 


29 


Gay, R. & Co. 


Enamel Paint. 







^^^^^M 




BKONZB MEDALS-fMiffnued. ^^^^| 


Cus«. 


Nabe. 


Exhibit. 


9 


Geneste et Herreohor 
(Franca). 

(Frana) 
Gibbons, Owen 


Ovens fur Cainpai>;n Use. 


13 


Corsets. 


52 


Vase and Dacorativo Panelti. 


23 


Oibba, D. & W. . 


DiBinfectantfl. 


iO, 51, ft 53) 


OilkM, Oilborl & Co. . 


Models of Machine. 


2* 


Gwlefroy, Dr. (Frana) . 


Poriable Hot Air Stovo. 


16 




Ltwlira' Cycling CoHtume. 


26 


OoodRon, J. & W., & Co. 


Gas Governor. 


31 


OwwII, Joliu & G.-. 


Hair Bnwhes. 


2 


Graot, John . 


Scotch Poftrl auJ Pot Barleyc 


31 


GreoDAll, John 


Bream Washer. 


23 


Grei'nbAnk Alkali Works 

Company 
Gregory, Thomas . 




21 


Water Waste Preventire Cistern. 


24 


Gnsven, Hendrik (/(o^y). 


Slove aad Artificial Fuel. 


26 


Grey, Sninuel 


G<is-Meter Index. 


12 


Groom & Ca 


Paleiit Potato Stwinier. 


22 


Guiaior(f™n«) . 


Aiilomatio Flushing ApparatiiB. 


2 


Gull. Ca». 8ali?aioro dl 
Filippo (ll'ily) 


General Exhibit. 


31 


Hnll. Jobn, & Co. . 


Enamelled Porcelain Bath. 


29 


Hull, Thomas 


ETiamel for Fixing Colours. 


13 


Hall, William 


Boots and Shoes. 


21 


Halli.la.v, J. . 


Throe-Way-Oock for Fillers. 


62 


Hammonti, Kdward 


Designs for Siain&l Gla«s Windows. 


52 


Tlammood, Mis* C. M. D. 


Study in Chalk from Life. 


12 


Hitncock, F. & 0. . 


Cooking Stoves, Kilchan Machines, *a. 


30 


Haoke, Reiabold (Oer- 

marty) 
Hansen, Chr. (Drnmaric) 


Design of Jars. 


3 


Cheese Rennet. 


52 


Hardv, W. . 


Design for Lace Curtain. 


45 


Hare, Charlrs 




29 


Hare, John & Co. . 




31 


Harureaves Brothers & Co. 


Sanitas Blue. 


13 


Harris, Mm M. Penley . 


In lam s' Ond-rclothinp. 


61 


Harvey & Peak . 


Apparatus and iDstrnments fur Teach- 
ing Science and Natural History. 


48 


Hawed, George E. . 


Desks. ' 


22 


H 11 V ward Brothers & 
EckBtein. 


Airtight Covera. 


25 




VentiLitorB. 


26 


„ „ 


improved Pavement and Floor Lights. 


21 


Uayivard, Tyler, & Co. . 


Ball Cocks. 

Waste Water Preventive Cistern. 






Pumps for Domestic Use. 






High Pressure Filtering Apparatus. 


So 


Heftl&Son . 


Furniture. 


26 


Heili'ea, Killingworth . 


Electric Lijht Fittings. 


26 


n^nluy Telegraph Works 
Comratiy 


Electric Light Cables, Mains, Leads, ftc. 









88 



BBONZE MEDALS— eofta'mied. 



Class. 


Namb. 


Exhibit. 


62 


Henneyy G. • • « 


Design for Iron Work. 


42 . 


Henrard (Bdgiwn) 


Apparatus for Condensation of Noxious 
Fumes. 


19 


Herber-Bary {Belgium) 


Machinery for the Manufacture of Silk 
Buttons and Metal Stud.s. 


26 


Heron, Thomas 


Gas Burners, Sec 


21 


Herring & Son 


Pumping Engine for Horse Power. 


33 


M W • • 


Combined Cooking and Warming Ap- 
paratus. 


4 


Hewetson, H. &0o. (Ceylon 
Company, Limited) 


Ceybn Company's Teas. 


(50, 61, & 63) 


Hey wood, John 


Laboratory Bench. 


31 


Highbury Machine Com- 


Steam Washer. 


62 


HilTw. 


Cameo Cut Glass Vase. 


7 


Hilmer, Otto (Otrmany) . 


Figg Tester. 


62 


Hitchens, Alfred • 


Studies from Life in OiL 


62 


Hollis, Benjamin . 


Cameo Cutting. 

Models of Gymnasiums on Ling's 


39 


Holm, John F.R.C.a . 






Swedish System, with Diagrams and 






Literature. 


2 


Holmes & Coutts (United 
States of America) 


" Sea Foam " Wafers. 


18 


Honiton Lace Making 
Company. 


Honiton Lace. 


Designs. 


Hooker & Hemings 


Labourers' Cottages. 

Patent Improved Regulating Digitorium. 


39 


Horn, T. 8. . 


20 


Home, Andrew 


Safety Window Sashes. 


22 


Houghton & Co. • 


Plumbing Work. 


16 


Howell, James & Co. 


Ladies* Hunting Dress. 


22 


Howie, J. & R. 


Enamelled Cistems, Pipes and Traps. 
Corrugated Iron and Wood-lined School- 


20 


Humphreys, J. C. . 






room and Residence. 


4 


Hutchinson & Co. . 


Ceylon TCea. 


21 


Hygienic & Suiitary En- 
gineering Co. 


Ferrules and Stop Cocks. 


22 


Imperial Stone Company. 
Ingbam, W., & Sons 


Concrete Sinks. 


22 


Interceptors. 


2 


Inman, Alfred (India) . 


Indian Condiments and Food. 


16 


International Fur Store . 


Furs. 


26 


Irish, Symons & Co. 


Ghu Purifying Compounds, Sec, 


21 


Isler, C, & Co. 


Tuhe Wells. 


4 


Jacobs, G. (Belgium) 


Liqueurs. 


24 


Jaffrey's Patent Grate Co. 


Grates. 


52 


Jarrett, Edwin 


Design for Roman Mosaic Floor. 


(50, 51, & 53) 


Jebb, Mrs. . 


Collective Exhibit of the Cottage Arts 
Association. 


13 


Jelstrup, E., & Co. (Den- 
mark), 


Leather Clothing. 


22 


Jennings, George . 


Interceptor Trap. 


28 


Jennings, Thomas . 


Hospittd Flooring. 


31 A &B 


» » • • 


Disinfecting Apparatus. 



^^ 


_ 




BRONZE UEl)ALS-co»f«niMkl. ^| 


Cum. 


Name. 


Exhibit. 


26 


Jpiucn, Webb, and JenMD 


Klectric Anparatu-. 


26 


Johngon, Cliaries , 


Mica Gas Biimer ChimneyB. 


33 


JohDsim. a H., & Co. . 


Carbon Paper Filter. 


2 


Jorio. Alfonw (Holy) . 


Maccaroni. 


21 


Jo>ve(l,Wm. M.,&Co. . 


Domeatic Wnter Filter. 


&2 


Joyce, MiBs M. . 


Design for Honiton Lace and for LuccSet. 


12 


Kailh, Jamea 


Hot Water Circiilatins Appamlus. 


12 


KeDt, George 


Kitchen Ctennilti an^i Contrivances. 


2L 




DomeBlic Water Filter. 


26 




Gas Carburettina Arrangements, &k. 


22 


Kershaw, A. W. . 


Ventilator for Drains. 


38 


Kayser, A. {Bdgium) . 


SyKldm of Hygiene and Nursing, • 
Model of Boite de Sccours. 


22 


King, a . 


HouM Drain ConBtruction. 


52 


King. MinsL. B. . 




_ ■* 


King, Robert 


Tea and Coffee. 


46 


Kaowles, Andrew, Si Sons, 
Limited 


Owen's Patent Sufety Cage for Muicrs. 


^2 


Lamb, J. M., & a>. 


Ventilator for Drains. 


42 




Ventilatin;; Fan. 


13 


Lanagnn, Francig . 


Hygienic Boots and Models, &c. 


1 




Incubators. 


23 


UngBtaff, Charlat, M.D. . 


Model of DiainfecUng Oven and Bath- 


52 


UwBon, W. A. . 


Noil Siilt Roveraible CurUins. 


46A&ti 


Lecky, Robert J. . 


Sunshine Rocordera. 


3 


Loea, Hendricks, & Co. 


Oumpressed CorniJ Beef. 


20 


L^tt.W. &R. . 
U Qr&nd A Sulctiff 


Fan and Sky-light Openent. 


21 


Pomiis. 


62 


Leloir, M.A.(iVon<*) . 
Libolte, N. {Belgium) . 


School Reward-Caids. 


42 


CoLiery Waggon, Mine Cage, &x. 


13 


Libron& Stiegler (France) 


Coraets. 


47 


Lietout, Mndnrae (France) 


luBtructlTO Games for Infant ScLook 


42 


Lindley, C, & Co. . 


Patent Belt Shippers. 


29 


Linoleum Manufacturing 


Floor Coverings with well Fixed 




Compftny, Liniiii-d. 


Colours. 


S2 


Lloyd, HiMJulianna . 




2 


JjoCiwro,Tonima*se Figli 
(Italy). 

London, Nntional Home 


Sweetmeats. 


(50*53) 


Specimens of Handicraft Work. 




for Crippled 
BojB. 
National Model 




Deaignu 






DwellingsCom 




(50 4 53) 


„ 8t.^ark'8Techl 
nical and Draw 
ing Claaaeg for 
CoachArtisans. 


Drawings. 



90 



6B0NZE MEDALS— oonftntted. 



Glass. 



22 



19 



13 
23 




21 

81 

26 

(60, 61, & 63) 

4 
31 
28 

7 
64 

24 
2 

45 

30 
21 

2 
48 
12 
24 
22 

4 



23 
60 
13 

5 

2 

4 
22 

45 

52 
Designs 



London Sanitary Protec- 
tion Associa- 
tion. 
London and Leicester 
Hosiery Company 
Limited. 
Lutwyche & Go. . 
Lyon, F. . . . 



Machinery & Hardware 
Gompany, Limited. 

McDoQgall Brothers 

McLennan & Owen 

McNaught & Smith 

Maessen, H. J. {HoUand) 

Maignen, P. A. 

Major, H. J., & Go. 

Malligand (^France) 

Manchester, Institution for 
the Deaf and Dimib 

Mappin & Webb . 

Mark6 & Weyden (-4t«- 
tric^IIungary), 

Marten, Edwaid B. 

Martin & Co. 
Martinean & Smith 
Martin-Brey (France) 
MRrtinot, A. {Belgium) . 
Mason, William Frederick 



»i 



>f 



» 



Masters, Henry 
Mattoni, Heinrich (Aua- 

tHa-Hungary). 
Meek, E. G. . 

Meihe, J. B. . 
Melhuish & Sons . 
M^li^s {France) 
Mellin, G. . 
Mercada, Crispo Carlo 

{Italy). 
Merritt, T., & Co. . 
Midland Rustless Iron 

Gompany. 
Mignot, F. {Belgium) 

Mitchell, Miss E. . 
Moerath, John N. . 
Moon, Mrs. Washington . 



Exhibit. 



Diagram of House Drainage. 



Ghiswold's Improved Circular Stocking 
Knittingand Lock-Stitch and Button- 
Hole Machines. 

Ventilating Riding Boots. 

Disinfectants. 



Pumps for Domestic Use. 

Hard and Soft Soaps. 

Gas Governor. 

Scale Drawings of Carriages. 

Hollands. 

Process for Softening Water. 

Roofing Tiles. 

Ebullioscopes. 

School Exhibits. 

Abbotsford Grate. 
Preserved Prunes. 

Models and Photographs of Exploded 
Boilers. 
Patent Carved Wood Decorations. 
Bib and Stop Cocks. 
Vermicelli, Maccaroni, ftc. 
Arithmometer. 

Tiavelling Baking Plate, &c. 
" Two-Decker " Oven. 
Bowl Heads for Dndns. 
Giesshtibler Water. 

Stuffed Specimens of Wild Fowl and 

Game. 
Disinfectants. 

Apparatus for Handicraft Teaching. 
Boots and Shoes. 
Infants' Food. 
Gkneral Exhibit. 

" Glen Rosa" Whiskey. 
Enamelled Iron. 

Pressing, Ironing, and Folding Machine 

for Tailors. . 
Design for a Plate. 

Fire Proof and Earthquake Proof Houses. 
Protecting-Canopy Gots. 



V 


9: 


^^^^^H 






Clasb. 


Name. 


ExniBiT. 


52 


Moore, G.orge 


Chromo-Lilhographof Chintso Vase. 


51 


Moure, BroLhrrs 


Osteojogica! Colleciion. 


26 


Muore, Joaiah, & Kons . 


Window Ventilators. 


2 


Moniaoii, Wood & Co. . 


JainEt, Miirmnlndea, Sec. 


52 


Morrow, A. G. 


Water Colour Srudy fn m Life. 


52 


Muckley, W. J. . 


Christmas Cnrdx. 


62 


Mulligan. W. A. . 


Utaign for Silver Cup. 


30 


Nsirn, M., & Co. . 


Flooreloth and Linoleum, 


30 


Namikawa, 8. (J-«j«n) . 


Porcelain. 


3 


Neighbour; George. & Soiw 


(tomb Honey. 


SO 


Neuillj, Society da Om- 
ctnictioD des Atellera de 
iFranoo). 

Newcastle Technical School 


Floor Construction. 


(50 * 53) 


DrnwJngs of Carriages. 


30 


Newman, Airred . 


Old English Forge. 


2 


NeWBon, W., & Co. 




62 


Nicho!«m, J. 0. 


Silk Dnniaxkn. 


80 


Norclii & Co, f/iuiy) . 


Italian Marble Sonlpture. 


28 


Noramn. R. & N. . 


Bed Biifkfl and Tiles. 


15 


Normaa, 8.W. 


Ventilatias Boots. 


22 


North British Plumbins 


QiBt Iron Pipes fur House Draiuage, 




Com I any. 




31 




Hip Balh. 


62 


Norlhwood, C. 


Two Cameo-Cut Vasi'a. 


IS 


Ogden, F., & Co. . 


Improved Shape of Last 


30 


Ogufi, M. iJapan) 


Cotton Carpets. 


26 


Omega (Hi Light Com- 


Oaa Carburetling Appamtus, &c. 


26 


Oppernmin Brolhere 


Electrio Lighting Apparatus. 
Models of Food Para^tes. 


61 


Osterloh, Paul 


21 


OBWftld, W. 11. 


Corrugated Metallic Jointmg. 


2 


Oveui, Williftm & Thomas 


Minced Meat. 


22 


Owen, Henry, & Co. 


Lavatory. 


21 


Owen, 8«muel 


Water Waste Preventive Cist«m. 


81 




Bath. 


62 


Oxer, J. J. . 


Designs for Jewellery. 


22 


Page, B.lmiirid 




26 


Pft|iier (Frnna) . 


Ventilating Ajipliances. 


4 


F&rker, John . 


Winea made from English Out-doo 
Grapes. 


30 


Parker. Smith & Parker . 


Furniture, Ac. 


62 


Parker, W. . 


Vase in Btpoussi Stoneware. 
Durable Pelt. 


28 


Patent Durable Hoofing 




Felt Com pony. 




31 


Patent Steam Washer and 
Laondry Couipany, Li- 
mited. 


Steara Washer. 


22 


Patent Victoria Stone 
Company 


Sinks of Victoria Stone. ^^ 


ai 


Paton St Charles . 


Soup. ^^^^^1 


^^^^^^^1 


^^^^^^^^^^1 


^^^^^^^I^^^H^^^^^I 



&2 



BRONZE UEDkLS'-cantinued. 



Class. 



(60, 61, & 63) 

19 

31 
26 

20 
81 A&B 

39 

3 
62 

81 

4 

22 

2 

66 

11 

26 

20 

1 A&B 

31 
26 
2 
(50, 61, & 63) 

26 
28 

20 

20 
62 

4 
28 

31 A&D 

62 
46 

21 
62 
62 
48 
12 
6 




PatroDage des Enfants de 
l*]£b^Di8terie {France), 
Pearson & Go. 



99 



Peigniet-Ohangenr et Cie. 

{France). 
Penny, William John 
Personne, F. {Belgium) . 

Petit et Dumoutier 
{France) ... 

Petit-Pellieux (.FVwnoe) . 

Petit, Pierre, Paris 
{France) 

Petitjean, Fils (jFVaiM«) . 

PhilUpe & Co. 



99 



99 



Phillips W., & Son 
Piocinllo, Caterina {Itaiy) 
Pick, Prof. A. {Italy) . 
Piston Freezing Machine 

& Ice Co. 
Plunkett, The Honble. 

John W. 
Pocock, Alfred Wilmer . 
Pooock Bros. 

Podger, H., & Sons 
Porter, G. , . . 
Potter & Clarke 
Prevost Orphanage, Oise 

{France). 
Price, Sons, and Co. 
Pulham & Son 



Quayle, D. F. 

Radclyffe, Dick, & Co. 
Randall, J. . 
Hawlings, H. D. 
Reed Lathing Company 
Reed, W. J. 
Reiber, ifimile {France) 
Rettie Patent Seat Com- 
pany, Limited. 
Reynolds, F. W., & Co. 
Rhead, G. W. 
Rhodes, R. . 
Richardson, Joseph 
Richmond & Chandler 
Robb&Co. . • 



Exhibit. 



Scholars' Work. 

Machines for Cutting, Punching, Sewing 

and Ornamenting Leather. 
Steam Washer. 
Petroleum Lamp. 

Double Action and Ventilating Sashes. 
Beds and Chairs for Invalids and the 

Wounded. 
Apparatus for Teaching Swimming. 

Pickled Herrings. 

Translucent Window Blinds for Schools. 

Bath. 

Tea and Coffee. 
Cocoa. 

Disconnecting Chambers for Drains. 
Food Products. 
Works on Infant Education. 
Ash's Patent Self-feeding Refrigera- 
tors. 
Safety Gas Appliance. 

Patent Mortice Locks. 

Patent Universal Tubular Water and 

Air Bed. 
Ironing Machine. 
Electric Apparatus. 
Prepared Herbs. 
Specimens of Manual Work. 

Pottery suitable to Electrical Purposes. 
Damp and Fire-proof Building Materials. 



Patent Window Protector. 

Window Ventilator. 
Painted Photographs. 
Aerated Beverages. 
Reed Lathing. 
Ambulance Exhibit. 
School Decoration. 
Seats for Shops, &c. 

Water Elevator. 
Imitation Limoges Plate. 
Design for a Doorway, «fec. 
Specimens of School Work. 
Dough Eneader. 
Nuisery Biscuits. 



V 


^^^^^^^^^s^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B 




BRONZE MEDALS-Mt,(mued 4|HH 


V Cun. 


Nakb. 


EsKiniT. ^1 


27 


Robert (France) . 


Life Saving Aprilianccs for Firea. ^M 
High Prtsaure Filter. ■ 


21 


Roberta, Thomaa . 


20 


Robettabaw, James 


I'atent Window Blind Furnituro. ■ 


21 




Valve Seating. H 
Tnnbridge Wella Water Biscuita. H 


2 


Romary, Alfred' . 


24 


Rmvftiix, Dr. {Belgium) . 




4 


Ros", L., & Ca . . 


Lime Juice Cordials. ■ 


45 


Roacwarne, W. 


Drawing of Miuer'a Changing House. ^U 


Designs 


Ross, John . 


I-abourers' Rural Dwellinys. ^U 


13 


Roth, Dr. . 


Baby's Breas. H 


30 


RoUmann, Strome & Co. 


Japanese Wall Papers and Decorotira ■ 
Objects. H 


31 


Rongeot, Dr. (France) . 


Bath Fauleail. ^M 


as 


RoUBseau (Sefgium) 


Commode. ^H 


6 


Koylo, John J. 


Pendulous Food Warmer, ^^1 


21 




Ei^h Pressure Filter. ^H 
Garden Engine. ^^_^^B 


81 


RudolfsthaVer Graphite 
Works (Ausfrui-ilan- 
9^'T/)- 

Rumlwl, Mias E. . 


Black Lead. ^^^^H 






62 


Stoneware Tasa. ^^^^^^| 


61 


Rut)eoll, Thomas D. 


Geolo^cal Collectiona, ^^^^M 


4 


Sabine & Richardson 


Oriental Tea Company's Teas. 


26 


Sage, Frederick . 


Outside Gas Lanterns for Shops. 


48 


St. John's Institute for the 
Deaf and Dumb, Boston 
Spa. 

Sales, Poilard & Co, 


GaUery for Infant Schools. 


2 


Tobacco. 


12 




Tobacco Cutting Machine. 


4 


Saiiitaris Watcr'Company 


ASiated Beveragea. 


26 


Saiidftaoa & Co. . 


Electric Apparatus Tor the Prevention <^ 
Disaster by Ligtitnin:!. 


SI A&B 


Sandow, Dr. Ernst (Oer- 


PrevenliFe Cover for Chihireu and Suf- 




™.,). 


fering Persons, with Apj«ralus for 
Filtering and Purifying the Air, and 






IteigM 


Sanitary Appliance Com- 


Labourers' Diveilings. 


23 


Saiiitary Paper Company 


Paper for RaniUry Purposes, 


22 


Saiiiiary Kelorm and En- 
gineering Company. 


Model of House Drainage. 


31 


SanitOd Conii>any, Limited 


Sanitaa Soap, 


4 


Saunders, James, & Ox . 


WhUkey. 


26 


Sai, Julius , 


Treatise on Keedlework and Cutting Out,. 


49 


Sohefer,MadaraB(JVanM) 


49 


Schilrf, Miss Marie . . 


Collective Exhibit. 


4 


Schmidt, E. (Belgium.) . 


Liqueurs. 


4 


Schweppp, J., Sc Co. 
School, 5™ under rc8p(c- 
tivo Uiwns. 




VOL. XVIII. 


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94 



&HONZE MEDALS— con^tnued. 



Glass. 


Name. 


Exhibit. 


3 


Sciarra, Yincenzo {Italy) 


Cheeses. 


21 


Scollick, A. J., & Go. 


Mastic for Jointing. 


2 


Scott, A. & B. 


Midlothian Meal Biscuits, Oatmeal, &c. 


29 


Scott^ Guthbertaon & Go. 


Wall Papers with Fixed Colours. 


81 A&B 


Soott^ Mifis RlizAbeth 
Anne. 


Ambulance Exhibit. 


11 


Self- opening Tin Box 
Gompany. 


Tin Boxes. 


23 


Sellers, John . 


Disinfectants. 


26 


Sennett, A. R. 




Electric Lighting Apparatus. 


17 


Sexton, Joseph 




Life-saving Apparatus. 
Ambulance Exnibit. 


31 A&B 


Seydel & Go. 




21 


Sharp & Go. . 




Ball Valve. 


»» 






Coupling with Differential Screws. 


?2 


n n • 




Ventilator for Drains. 


26 


n n • 




Cowls adapted for Use in Ships. 


22 


Sharp, Henry, Jones & Go. 


Field's Syphon Flushing Apparatus in 
Earthenware. 


62 


Shepherd, G. W. . 


Design for Cast Iron Gate and Rail- 

• 


23 


Shilton, A. J. 


mgs. 
Disinfectants. 


80 


Shimidzu, E. (Japan) . 
Shippo-Kwaisho Gompany 


Matting. 
Enameb. 


80 




(Japan), 




12 


Shuttleworth-Brown,D.H. 


" Smokers' " Coffee Pot. 


16 


Siam, Government of 


Models of Tra ^pmgs. 


20 


M »> • 


Models of Buildings. 


3 


Sidoroflf, Gh. E. (Russia), 


General Exhibit. 


62 


Simmance, Mihr Eliza . 


Design for Vase, Silicon Ware. 


46 


Simmons & Tullidge 


Improved System of Beating Carpets. 


26 


Simpson, A. H. 


Colouring of Electric Light Lamps. 


23 


Sinclair, James (65 South- 
wark Street, S.E.) 


Disinfectants. 


62 


Skidmore, Miss H. 


Painted Photographs. 


62 


Small, Miss Elizabeth . 


Design for Stoneware Vase, 


22 


Smeaton, John . • . 


Interceptor Trap. 


n 


>l M • • 


Sink. 


31 


99 99 ■ ■ 


Imperial Combination Bath. 


62 


Smith, Frederick George 


Designs for Stained G lass Windows. 


13 


Smith, Frederick Henry . 


Patent Grip for Boot Laces. 


2 


Smith, T. & H., & Co. . 


Extract of Coffee. 


16 


Somervell Brothers 


Boots. 


48 


SoDoenscbein, A. . 


Arithmometer. 


11 


Sowerby's Ellison Glass 
Works, Tiimited. 


Pressed Glass Appliances. 


62 


Spall, Thomas 


Top of Lady's Handkerchief Box, in 
fiepouss^ Silver. 


62 


Sparkes, Mrs. G. A 


Designs for Tiles. 


27 


Spong & Co. . 


Pneumatic Fire Extinguisher. 


23 


Sprati's Patent 


Disinfecting Soap. 

Respirators for Unhealthy Trades. 


43 


Squire & Sons 


81 


Star Brush Gompany, Ltd. 


BruHhes. 


^7 , 


Startin, Dr. James 


• a 


Hygienic Dyed Hosiery. 



V 


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BBOKZE MEHALa—cmthmed. ^^^| 


^r cuiw. 


Name. 


Exhibit. ^M 


(50&53) 


Staynw,H. . . . 


Models illustrating Carpentry and ^H 
Joinery. H 


30 


Steel & Garland . 


Artistic Design in Grates. ^M 


80 


Steele & Wood . 


Decorative Tiles and Slabs. V 


■ " 


Stepbena & Woodman . 


Double Sclf-Action Walking and Boil- 
ing Macbine. 


H 31 A ft B 


Stewart & Co. (124, New- 
gate Street) 


Howe'a Patent Folding Spring Beds, &o. 


1 ^' 


Slidder, J. v., & Co. 


Ball Valve. 

Lavatory Fittings. 

Higb PresBure Anti-Perouaaive Yalves. 


1 


!!«!!■ 


Water Waste Prerentive System. 


H 




Lavatory Basin. 


■ 




Urinal. 


H 




Torrent Wash-out Closet. 




8tiiT[it,B. B.. 


Radiators for Steam Heating. 


■ 24 


Sl«3bH W. (Durham 


Movable Back to Grate for Increasing 


■ 


Coal Owners' and Coal 


Draugbt. 


■ 


ConBumeta' Associa- 
tion) 
Rtott, James, & Co. 




■ 26 


Gss Governor, 


^ (50. 51, & 53) 


SlnwBaer, J. P. {Bdgitim) 


Apparatus for Science Teaching. 
Wire Models of Solids. 


62 




&a 


Stuart, Miss L. . 


Vase in Silicon Ware. 


27 


Swanton, W. E. . 


Fire Escap. 


21 


Syer, Miltoo . 


Cistern. 


67 


Syer, Thomaa J. 


Carpenier's Banoh for Tecbnical 


2 


Taksta, J. (Japan) 


Soy. 


4 


Talbot, T.,&Uo. . 


Ginger CbampaimB. 
Pictorial Wall Decorations. 


48 


'I'erry, C, & Co. . 


62 


Tbomaa, M. (Franee) 


Models for Geometrical Drawing. 


25 


Method oflntroducing External Air into 

Buildings. 
MethodofVentilation. 


25 


TliompBon, Harconrt 


31 


Tliompwo, H. A,, & Sod. 


" Purifier " Laundry Blue (FloidJ. 


28 


Thomiton ft Co. , 


Vitrified Iron Hoofing. 


62 


Thori*, Stuart 


Design fur Balustrade. 


47 


Thye8,E.(Brfs,«7») 


Preliminary Eiercises in Practiod 
Linear Drawing. 


13 


Thys, P. (Belgium) . 
Thwftitt, 1(. H. 


Gloves. 


41 


Design.-* for VcDtiiuting and Fire Resiat- 






inc Teitile Factory. 


at 


Tidman ft Son 


Sea Salt. 


52 


Tidnmrsh, Heory E. 


Design for the " Republic " SbioW. 


31 


Tilbury, W. B., & Co. . 


Tooth Brushes. 


3 


Tilley, Wilbam, ft Sons . 


Cheeses and Hams. 


62 


Tomlin, Henry J. . 


Design for Brussels Carret. 


6 


Torrance, W. H. . 


Bus&. 


2 


Toyama, I. (Japan) 


Soy. 


20 


Tiiyo Company (J-ii-an) . 


Bricks, Tiles, &c 



96 



BBONZE MEDALS— cofittfttt^ef. 



Glass. 


Name. 


Exhibit. 


29 


Treloar & Sons 


Non-poisonous Coloured Matting. 
Weather-tight Sash and Frame. 


20 


Tucker, J. D. 




2 


Turner & Ga 




Patent Prepared Maize Com Meal, &c. 


81 A & B 


Turner, G., & Co. . 




Ambulance Exhibit. 


21 


Tylor, J., & Sons . 




Water Waste Preventer Cistem. 


n 


n 99 




Bath Fittings. 


n 


n 99 




. Ball Valves. 


99 


n n 




Nipple and Union Joints. 


99 


n n 




Stop-Cock or Ferrule. 
Locking Apparatus for Baths. 


»» 


9> »» 




99 


99 M 




Pneumatic Valve. 


22 


99 9* 




Sinks. 


n 


99 99 




Interceptor Trap. 


23 


99 99 




Latrine. 


M 


99 99 




Valve Closet with Trap above Floor. 


5 


UliUch, R., Ss MuUer , 


Unsweetened Condensed Milk. 


21 


Universal Filter Company 


r Domestic Filter. 


28 


Val de Travers Asphaltc 
Company, Limitea. 


) Paving. 






27 


Yallez, L. {Bdgiwn) 


Telephonic Alarm (Richez - Vallez's 
system). 


2 


Van Abbott, G. . 


Diabetic Foods. 


48 


Van Achter, A. (Brothers o 
the Christian Schools^ 
{Bdgxum), 


f Educational Treatises. 
1 


2 


Van de Casserie, L 


, Spiced Biscuits and Bread. 


2 


{BdgiunC), 
Van Marken, J. C, Delfil 
Yeast Factory (hollanc 


t Dried Yeast 



13 


Vftughan, Lukey & Co. . 


Children's Stays. 


80 


Vernon's Patent China & 

Glass Company, Limitec 

Vesly, M., School at Rouei 


r Vernon's Patent Chins, 

I 


62 


i Pupils* Drawings. 


. 


(France). 




28 


Vigers Brothers 


Swedish Joinery. 


81 


Von Eaiserstein, Baroi 
{Austria^Hunffary), 


i Black Lead. 


52 


Wahab, Miss H. E. 


Bellows Carved in Italian Walnut Wood. 


13 


Walker, Matthew . 


Straw Bonnets with Concealed Seam. 


20 


Walker, William . 


, Patented Automatic Dry Seating for 
1 ramcars. 


Designs 


Wall, Joseph 


Model Dwellings. 


22 


Waller, Geo., & Co. 


Soil Pipe Ventilator. 


31 


Waller, Thomas 


. Bath. 


52 


Wallis, Miss R. . 


Painting in Manner of Old Limoges 
Enamel, Water Colour Drawings and 


1 






Painted Photograi)h8. 



^^ 


07 


1 




BRONZE MEDALS-Mn/».«««J. 1 


Class. 


NAjra. 


EsaiBiT. 


21 


Warner, John, & Sons . 


Eqnilibriuni Ball Valve. 


23 


;; ;; ;: ■ 


Valve Closet. 
Ships' Closet. 


52 


WalerhoLwe, Joseph 


Printed Cotton Fabrics. 


13 


Watemi»c & Compuny . 


Hygienic Boots and *' Cyclist s *' 8ho» 


4GA&B 


Wsrson, W., & Sons . 


Balance Thermomaters. 


52 


WaUon, W. P. . 


Architectural Drawing of the Souti 
Porch of St. Panl'a GithedraL 






23 


Wfltaon, W. W. . 


Commode. 


31 A& D 


.... 


Combined Bedstead Chair and Commod 
for InvalidB. 


29 


Wfttfa, George 


Non-poisonous Furniture Polish. 


Designs 


Webster. Jas., A.R.I.B.A. 


Artisans' Dwellings. 


26 


Webeter'a Patent Alumi- 
nium Metal Conipeny. 


Alloy suitable for Gaseliers, Ac. 


53 


Wehrie, Emilisn (Furl- 
wangen, Badep), (fler- 
many). 

West Central Sanitary 


Musical Cloch. 


23 






Engineering Company. 








Avalanche VaWelcss Wash-out Closet 


30 


Wttherilt, A. &. 3. 




31 


Whalley, Smith, & Paget 


Washing, Wringing, and Mangling 
Mnchmea. 


19 


White Sewing Machine 

Company. 
Wbite, W. T. (Brfrnth). 


Lock-stitch Sewing Machines. 


45 


Drawing of Miners' Changing House. 


52 


WUlehead, A. , 


Design for a Doorway, &c. 


62 


Wbit«ide, H. J. . 


Flower Studies from Nature. 


7 


Wiwnegg (/><«.«) . 


Apparatus for Maintaining Constant 
"Tcmprature. 






26 


William. & Bach . 


Artistic Oil Lamps. 


62 




Painted Photographs. 


50 


Wmdels, D. (Bdgtum) . 


Bench and Joiner's Tool Chesl. 


51 




Educational Eihihil. 


51A&B 


Windovcr&Co. . '. 


The Crook Arobniance. 


13 


Wise, John . 


Boots and Shoes. 


2 


Wb-,C.,&SoM . 


Picklet, Sauces, Condiments, &c 


52 


Woodall, Q. . 


Glass Cameo PUquo. 
Glass Vaaee and Bowl. 


52 


Woodall. T. . 


52 


WoodaU, W. H. . 


Dewgn for Tiles. 


1 


Woodley, W. 




11 


WM-lf&Co.. 


Dry Cold Air Refrigerator and Poruble 

ticnic Tables. 
Granite Enamel Ware. 


12 




24 


w'lJrtley.'Col. H. Smart . 


Gas Stove. 


28 


Woriley Fire Clay Co. . 




4 


Wrighi & Greig . 
Wright, John. & Ca 


" Roderick Dhu " Whiskey. 


24 


Kitchen Range. 


2 


Tagi, Z. CJa«.n) . . 
Yamamolo, i, (Japan) . 


Oils. 


3 


Tea. 


VOL. in 


n. 


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98 





. BBONZB MEDALS— eon^iMied. 


Class. 


Nake. 


Exhibit. 


24 

Designs 

26 
1 
2 


7ate8» Haywood & Go. . 
Young & Hall « , 

Zimmermanu & Go. 
Zupplnger, P. H. • 


«< Beasley " Qrate. 
Drainage. 

Lamps and Gandksticks. 

Hungarian Floor. 

Hungarian Maocaroni and Vermicelli. 

• 



/ (liviires'rrHtxid. Statiim 



i 




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ROAD 



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OFFICIAL CATALOGUE. 



CONTENTS. 



WAQM 

BagolatiooM 108 

CiMtiiloation 106 

Table ihowing with which OlaMet the Tarioai Sab-Oonunittees deal . 110 

Patron» Fxerident, and yioe-Fftfidents Ill 

ExeootiYe Ooimoil 113 

Jury Oominlirion 113 

(General Oommitiee ... 114 

City of London Sab-Oommitiee 119 

(Hher Sab-Oommittees 120 

ExeontiYe Staff • . • • . 125 

Foreign OommiarionB 127 

Foreign Delegate! 129 

Memoranda for the gnidanoe of Exhibiton drawn ap by the reepeofciTe 8ab- 

Commitieee 130 

Memorandnm ai to appointment of the Jmj Ookmnlnion 142 

Priiee offered by the Booietj of Arts 142 

List of Works comprising** The Health Exhibition Literatnie" ... 148 

Intiodoction 147 

Ckmiplimentary List of Exhibitors who haTo rendered special serrices to the 

ExeentiTC Oooncil ... 184 

Electric Lighting, with Plan and Index Reference . , 168 

Hygienic Laboratorj 167 

Biological Laboratory 168 

Memcnndom as to Special Exhibit to iUnstrate the operations and inflnence 

of Schools of Art in Oi^at Britain and Ireland ....•• 170 

Description of Street representing * Old London * . . . « « WK 



102 IfUematiaiud Health Exhibiium. 



PAOI 

Plan shoving aUotment to City Guilds lor spedAl Exhibits .... 173 

Memonndnm m to the Joint Exhibit of the eight Metropolitan Water Companies 177 

TheAqnarium 179 

Hemoiandam as to the CoUeotiye Exhibition of Costume 182 

The library and Beading Boom 184 

Ghreat Britain — ^Exhibitors numerioally arranged in their respective clesses. 187 to 813 

America, United States of 315 

Austria-Hungary 31C 

Belgium 319 

Biaxn 335 

Canada 336 

China 337 

Denmark 338 

Fianoe . 339 

Germany ••••..••••... 359 

Holland 360 

India 361 

Italy 362 

Jamaica 367 

Japan • 367 

Newfoundland « 370 

Portugal 370 

Boumania 370 

Bussia . • 370 

Biam 371 

Spain • • . 372 

Sweden and Norway 372 

Switzerland 373 

Venezuela 373 

Index to Exhibitors 375 

Subject Index to Exhibits 403 




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1. An I DternBtiannl Honlth Eihibition, under the pntroiuge of Her MajOBtj 
thd Queen and the preeldenojr of Hi> Kojral HighnL-oB tlie Friace of W&Ies, will 
bo beld in Laadon id 18S4. 

2. Tbe Ezhiliitioii will be opened on the Sth of Ma;, uid will oontiDua cpen 
for a period of aboat nix montba. 

3. The principftl object* to bo exbibitisd we comprised in tbe acoompanjfing 
oloasidcation, which i» Inteaded Ui illOBtrate o!ii(.>Qy Food. Drew, tbe Dwolluig. 
the School and the Workshop, aa affecting the couditions of healthful life, and 
also tbe most recent apptianoee for Elelnentarj' School TGaobing and luBtniction 
in Applied ^ience. Art and Hauilioraf(& 

4. Medals to Gold, Silver and Bronze, and Diplotnu of Honour will bsH 
awarded on the recommendation of International Jnnca. M 

EnanH* ig 5. No charge will be made for ipnco, but Exhibitors will bare to pay every i 

Ci^ibiunf expense of livneit, delivery, fixing and removiag their Exhibits, and erection of 

counters when required, and thef muet, either poraunally ur by their agenta, 

■tiperintend Iho deapaLoh, tranamiasion, reception, unpackiog, and initallation 

■^ and at the oloie of tbe Exhibition tbe removal of their goods ; in dcfanlt theieof 

^H the Executive Cniineil reserve to tbeouelves the right of doing whatever may be 

^H oousidered neoeseary, and at tbe expense of the Exbilulor. Blioold aiiy goods bo 

^V deposited in tbe Eibihition premises during tbe absence of the Exliibitor or hia 

^m Agent, the Executive Council wilt nnt be reeponsibte tor any loss or damage, from 

^^ wbatsoever cause arising. 

^^^■il- 6. Applications for allotment of space must be made on printed forma, whicih 

^BP"^ *>^' he supplied on application to the Secretary, International Health Exhibitiin, 
^^1 South Kensington, S.W., which must bo Qlled up ami returned on ot before tha 

^^ 1st February, 1864. AHer Um date no application will be received. 

PttUaivcnp- 7. The nature of the articles which it is proposed to exhibit must bo fuUjr 

apecifled in the Form of Application for space, 
AnuuiKiil. s. The applieutions will be laid before the Executive OunnotI, and tho 
Secretary witl, as soon as practicable, notify to apphoants their deciniou with 
regard to the amount of space, if any, allotted to tliem. 
IllKfai lA •)_ xiie Eii'cntive Council reserve to themselves the absolute right of rtfusing 

cahtblu. to admit any exhibit. 

FurMpi 10. The Foreign and Colonial Comniiaiiionen appointed by their OoveniuiMit 

iiiuu iiB. ^^ invited to comtnuuicate with the Secretary. They will be charged with tlur 

ooQsideralion of all qnestions relative to the distribuiiou of the apace allotti-'d to 

» their respective countries, and the Executive Council will place at their disposal 

•U information and plans that may be Dsefol to (hem. 
11. The applicants for apace from countries in which no Comuiisaioner has 
bcvn appointed will oorrespand dtroctly with the Secretary. 

12. The Executive Council will cDdeavonr to obtain from the various Kugiisk 
niH. Uailwa; Cirtnpameii, special term* for the conveyanoe of exhibiu to audb>4u.^Uki 



I 



r 



Intemalional BeaUh Exhtbiliau ^^^^^^" 

Eixhibition, and should tbe; sacceed ia doing ho, suob Hrangementt vUl b« 
oommamcated to intending Eihibiton. 

13. All packages ooDtaining goods intended foi exbibition mnet bare painted 
on them the distinctive maik L H. I., together with the name and wldrcsa of the 
Eihibitor. Labels will idso be forwarded U> each Eihibitor. 

1*. Packages from Foreign Coantriea mint likewise haye painted on them the 
letters L H. S. They most all be marked in such a wb; as to bIiow distinctlj 
from whence thej cume, the name of the country, and of the Exhibitor. 

15. All eases, counters, platforms, &c., most not exceed tbe foUowiog diiuen- 
iitniB, without speeial permi«iian : — 

Bhow cuei and partitions 10 feet above the floor. 

CoDnten 3 „ „ „ 

Platforms 1 foot ., „ 

16. Exhihitora maf place railings around their stands, subject to approval : but 
in everj instance tbe railiugs mnst be within the area of the " etand," i.s. 
tbe space allotted. 

17. The flooring must not be altered, removed, or strengthened for the coQ- 
Tenience of arrangement, except by sanction of the Executive Council, and at 
the expense of the Exhibitor. 

IS. No Eihibitor will be permitted to display exhibits in Buoh a manner as to 
obstnret the light or impede the view along tbe open spaoes, or to oocaaion 
inconvenience, injury, or otherwise disadvantageoosly affect tbe dispby of other 
Exhibitors. 

ID. Ill order to ensure nniformity of decoration and general good effect, no 
Exhibitor will be alloweil to put np any flags, banners, or other kind of decoration 
without special pormisaioo. 

20. Signs or name-boards mnst be placed parallel with the main passages, that 
ia, parallel with the frontage of the respoctivc elands Theee must be black wilii 
gold tetters, and mnat bo hung subject to the approval of the Council. 

al. All handbills, printed matter, Ac, connected with exhibits for grotuitons 
distribution, must first receive the approval and penuitsion of the Excautivo 
Council, wliicli permission may be withdrawn at any time. 

22. Caaes mnst be unpacked as fast as possible, and the empty oases taken 
away by the Exhibitors or their Agents. The Executive Council decliiiD U> 
accept any reaponaibility with reference to empty cases, which must ijo at once 
removed Erom the builiUng at the eipen»e of Exhibitorv. 

23. Exhibitors will bo required to provide all necessary attendance and to 
keep llieir stands and eKhibils properly cleaned and in good order during the 
wliole period of the Exhibition. 

24. No Exhibitor will be allowed to transfer any allotment, or to allow any 
other than bis own duly -admitted exhibits to be placed thereon, except by 
permission of tbe Executive Council. 

25. All goods exhibited must be in the name of the perton who signed the 
npplimtion form. 

S6. Exhibitors are requested to mark the selling priceof the articles exhibiteil, 
M M to facilitate the judtfrnent of Iho Jury, as well as for (be information of 



B|i[(ll>,Ac. 

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IMMltJ. _ '■ 

^ peno 

^L Eieo 

^H expel 



27. Objeoti cannot be taken amy bebte tbe doae of the Exhibition without 
the apecial permiuicm in writing of the EiccnliTe Conncil. Spooial arrange - 
tnenta will be made with regard to perishable exhibits. 

!6. As refreshiueQU oome witliin the soope and DiBuilieation o( this Exhi- 
bition, all oietliodH of preparing the same, whether by rooker; or otherwiae, and 
the displa; and sale tliereof, will bo maltt-rs of separate airaagement with tba«e 
wishing to be represented in this Seotiun of the Exhibition. 

29. Exhibil^ira of apparatus requiring Uio nae of water, giu or strata are 
requested to make application to the Secretary for h special form, whiub has 
been prepared for this Section of the Esbibition. 

SO. All Btovea, grates, &o., must be ormuged with a view to the abatement of 

31. All fiilminaling and explosive aubstanoes, and all dangerons Bubst&nces, 
are absolately forbidden to bo sent. 

S2, Spirits, alcohol, oils, essence*, corrosive snbetsaces, and generally all 
sDbsttuu«B which might spoil other articlm or iumnveniunoo tbe public, can 
only be received in solid and auiluble ve«scb of imail size, 

33. The Executive Council reserve the sole right of compiling a catalogne of 
the exhibits under regulations which will be duly notiScd. Each naLion will 
however, have the right to produce, at its own expense, a caUJogue of all the 
objects in its own B(«tion. 

84. Tlie Executive Council reserve to thomsvlves the right of causiug an; of the 
exhibits to l>c examined, tested or analysed lor such use as they may think fit. 

S5. No BJiiole exhibited may be photographed, drawn, copied or reproduced, 
in any manner whatsoever, withoDt the special sanation of tbe Exhibitor and of 
tbe Executive Coimcil. 

36. The Executive Council will not hold themsclve* responsible for loss or 
damage ocouning to any exhibit from any canac whatsoever; bat while declining 
any responsibility, it is the intvution of the Council to take such precautions u J 
they deem necessary. ■ 

37. No goods can be stnt in previous to tbe 15th Mardi wilhout spedal U 
permission ; after the I5th April no goods will be received. 

36. The right to add to, alter, amend or i^xpunge any of these Bult-s is reserved 
by Ihe Executive Council. 

99. Both Englishmen and Foreigners in beoumiog Exhibitors declare by k 
doing their compliance with the whole of these Begulations, together with sooh 
other Begulations as the Executive Council uiay issue fmm time to time. 

40. The Executive Council reserve the right to remove the objects belongii)( 
(o any Eiiiibilor who mnj not conform to the Regulations. 

41. If any damage or injury shall be caused or oomsioned during the Exhi- 
bition by any exhibited machine, implement, or article to any visiter or other 
person, or to any oSIdct, servant, or others then and there employed by ths 
Executive CouncU of the International Health Exhibilion, 1884, thou the 
Exhibitor to whom such machinery, implement, or article ma; belong ahall 
indemnify and bold harmless the said Council from and agiunst all actions, suits, 
expenses and claims on acoonnt or in ri'spect ot any such daniago or injury 
which may be so cansi'd or occasioned. 



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DIVISION I.— HEALTH. 

Group L«— FOOD. 

Class 1. Sxubgtkd Disflatb or Unpbkpabed Animal and Ymitable Substances 
used as Food in Tarions countries. Stuffed Specimens of Animals, Birds, 
Ac Models, Drawings, and Illustrations of the same. 

2. Pbkpabed Ybqitabli Substances used as Food, including Tinned, Oom- 
pressed and Preserred Fruits and Vegetables. Bread, Cakes, and 
Bisooifts of all kinds. Tobacco. 

8. Pbepabed Animal Substances used as Food in a preserred form — ^Tinned, 
Smoked, Salted, Compressed and Prepared Animal Foods of all kinds; 
Food produced by Insects, such as Honey, fto. 

4. Beteraqes of all kinds — (a) Alcoholic; (h) Non-alcoholic; (c) Infusions 
(tea, coffee, cocoa, chocolate, &c.) 

5. New Yarietiss of Food. Food for Infants, Food for luTalids, Now Con- 
centrated Foods of all kinds. 

6. CooKEBT Practically Demonstrated. Economical Cooking, Workmen's 
and other Kitchens, Cheap Bestaurants, Bakeries, Caf<§8, Foreign 
Cookery, Ac* 

7. The Chemistry and Physiology of Food and Drink. The Detection of 
Adulteration, Materials used as Adulterants, Analyses, Food Consti- 
tuents and Equivalents, Tables, Diagrams, &c 

8. Diseases due to unwholesome and improper Food. Drawings and Models 
of Animal and Vegetable Parasites, &c. 

9. Practical Dietetics. Army and Navy Rations, Prison and Workhouse 
Diet, Foreign Dietaries, &c. 

10. Pubucations and Literature, Models and Diagrams relating to 
Group 1. 

11. Apparatus and Processes for Conserving, Storing, Conveying and Dis- 
tributing Fresh Food of all kinds. 

„ 12. Macuinery and Appliances for the preparation of Articles under Group 1. 

* Special No(iee,—Aa Befreshments come witliin the scope of this Exhibition, all 
methods of preparing the same, whether by cookery or otherwise, and the display and sale 
thereof, will be matters of separate arrangement with those wishing to be represented in 
thi» section oi the Exhibition. 



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Gtoup 2. —DRESS. 

ICi-iM 13. Collections illiutntivo of the HL1I017 of Dtcsb, Nstiotial Costume, Ao. 
„ 14. Waterproof Ci/ftniBo, Inilia Buliber, Oulta Ptteha, 4c. 
IS. Furs, Skin» imd Featuebs. Drenses fot fixtremu ClimatcB, Ac 
„ 16. DatssroRSPOKT, Hl'btino Suits, fto. 
„ IT. Ltri Bavino Dbess. Dlvon' Dtvm. Fiioproof Dress. 
„ IT*. Thb Coupabattti VALCiof diffuront Dwaa MuttriaU for Arllclts < 
Clothing. 
„ 18. Pi-BUCATia.ig AKD LiTEBATtBC, Pnttt'iRs, Btutistius, DiBgrams, Modeli 1 
reliitiug to Group 2, 
„ l!i. Mauhjhest aud Appliakcks fur tbe Preparation of Aitiolea 
Group 2. 



Oroup 3.— THB DWELUNG-HOUBII. 



DwBLUJfOe, Moi)KL8 AND DenoNS for tlie sune, Bud Sp<>ciiacaa of Building* 

erected lo tJie grounds. Fittiugs uud Aouesiorieii for Dwi-lliQ^-hnusMa 

Oomplelely-fltted AputmentB. 
Watks Bdfplt AMD PuBiPtoATioN. — Utstun, Filten, Wnter-Filting^ 

CiAUrmB, 4o. 
HocsB DRArae, their CoBSTBConoK and Vkntilatlos. — Sewet ditoon- 

□wtion; BinkB, Traps, Gullivt: the DispoiBl aad UtiliziitiuD of HouH 

Watsr and Eabth Closets, Aiili ClosDt^, Commodes, UriuaK DUlufectiiiC 

Powders auJ FluiiU, Insect Deatrojers. 
Gbates, Btoves, KrruHENEBS, Ranges. Builebs, Ac, for Domestic Ubo. 
Apparatui for Heating aud Warming, Smoke Abatement, &o. 
. Vektilatobs, Air Inlets and Outlets, Cubic 8|iaea of Booms, Cowls, Air 
Btrainiiig and Cleansing. 
LiaBTnro Apfaraxds. — (a) Electiicul Apparatus for Bluminatloii 

Dumestio Use, Booondar; Batteiies, Electroliers, Accomnlaton, &c. ; (6}- 
Apparatusfor lighting bj Gas, Qus Pniduvent, Gob Meters, Gus Fittiuga, 
Chandeliers, Ac; (e) Oil au<t other lamps; Minerel Oil, Wax aud 
other Caudles, Vegetable and A uiiual Oila. 
. Flbb Pbevkntioh Afpabatus — EKliucleors, Portable EDginia, Domestie 

Fire Escapes, £0. 
. Matbeials for Sanitary House Constniction— Boofs, Walls, Damp Coursea, 
Rolid Floors, Damp- Proof Wall-Coveiings, Cemnuta, Ae. 
Uatebials for Sauitarf House Decoration, NuD-poisonons Puuta 

Wall Papers, Floor CoTerings, Washable DBCoralion, Ao. 
OBJEcn 1MB iNTEBRAi. Decobation and use in the Dwelling. Fiti 
aud Furniture. 
. Batbs, Datliing Bequisites, Public and Private Wasb-housee, Wt 
Apparatus, Detergents. Appliances for Personal CleunliDeiiB, &a. 

. PCHIJCATIONB UIU LlTEBATUBE, UoniLS, I'lCTL'RES, DlAUBAMSi 

ndatiog In Group 3. 
. UaCBUIKKI aXD Al'i'LtA.'icEs r«lntitig Lo Ori'ii|> IL 



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Oronp 3b.— AUBITLAKOI!!. 

Class 81a, Aid to Sick and Wocsbkd in W*b- Transport, (a) By Human Agencg j 
BtrDtcherB,I.itterB,Dliooliea.PalBi!quin8,Hiuidcarta, SlretdiBis onWheela, 
(f>) By Animal Traction; MdIu Litters and Chaira, Gomel ftod Elepliant 
Lilt«i8, Wbeel Camagea. (c) By MlwhcnioaJ Meant ; Eailway Anibn- 
luncefl. Ship or Water Carriago. Theatment (with portable sppIianccB 
and portable dru|^). (a) On the Field, (b) In Hut Hospitals, (o) In 
TcDt Hofipitala. Natal and Militabt Htoibne. 
„ SIb. Aid to 6ick and Injdked in Pbace. Tbanbfobt. (a) By Hunan 
Agency ; BLrelchera, Litters, Dboollos, Falnliquins, Hand-Carts, (f)) By 
Animal Traction ; for Accidents and Injuries, for Infcotiona DisaiseB, for 
Ordinsfj Sifkness. (c) By Mechanical Mraai; Hailway Carriages for 
6iok and Inralida, Wutur Carriage. Tsbatubnt (with applianoes). 
(a) Hut Hospitals for Infoclioua FoTers and Tor Epidemia Diseases. 
(fi) Tent HoGpilaU. (c) Hospital Bliips. (d) Furniture and Fitting* 
far Sick Booms. 



\ OroDp 4.— THE BCHOOL. 

Clabs 31. Desiqnb and Models of In^iroved Buildings for Elsmentar; Bel 
lofimt Schools and Creches. 
„ 35. Affabatcs and Fitttnos for WarmioE, Ventilating, and lighting 
School Latrines, CIosbU, to. 

36. SpEotAL School FrrrniGB for Storing and Drying Clothing. 

37. ScBooL KiTCBENs and arrangements for School Canteens. Mothodi 
warming Children's Meals, &c. 

B8. Pbwiaction in Schools for 'pieventing the spread of Infectious Diseaaea, 

School Sauatoris^ Infirmaries, &o. 
8(t Bfcoui. Afparatcb for Physical Training In Schools, Gymnaaia, Apparati 

for EicrcisB, Drill, &c, 
40. LlTERAintE, Blatisticii, Diagrams, &c., relating to Oronp 4, 

^Ovoup 6— THE WORESHOP. 

Class 41. DesiaNB and MonEu for Improrcments in the Arrangements and Cooat 

tion of Workshops, especially those in nhich dangerous or unwholeaomA^ 

processca are onndnpted. 
„ 43. Apparatus and Fittinos for preventing or minimising the danger to 

health or life, Gnu carrying on ceHain trades. Onartia, Bcrcena, Fans, 

Air-jetB, Presorvativo Solntions, Washes, 4o. 
„ 43. Objrcts fob Personal Ueb. Month-pieces, Spix'taeles. DrosaeB. Eoods, 

&C., for use in certain nnhenlthy and poi^wnous trades. , 

„ 44. Illustrations or Disbascs and Deporbities caused by nnwholescaw 

Trades and ProfesaionB. Methods of combating these diseases. Preserrk- 

tiTs meaanreB, ftc 
„ 15. Banttakt CossTBCcnoN AND iNSPEcrrioN OF WoaRBHOPH, Factdries and 

Minks, (a) New Inventions or improTemcnts for ameliorating tlie oon- 

dition of life of those engaged in unliealthy oocnpationa. (6) Meaiu of 

economising Human Labour in varioos Industrial operaUons. 
H 46. LiTEKATcrHE, Slntislics, Diagriitns. &a., relating to Group S. 



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Clam 46*. AlrrEORO logical Ikstrukxnts, Bach bb are need to olitOBtolrigica] Invettl- 

galiona ; bBTometerB, anetoids, thonaometera, eartli tbcrmomfterB, tber- I 
mometer Btsuds, b^gmmcters, aaemomelerB, BirmotetB, min gi 
sulomatio meleotological apparatas, Bunsbitie recordaiB: evaparation t 
gsagPB, oione papers, oiouomeler*, 4c. 
4<Sb. DuQB&Ma, MoiiELg, AND Afpakaits UlOBtnttiro of (a) tlie cUmstal o 

diCicma prevailing in Tsrioiu pftrta of tlie world ; (b) the reUtioxia between I 
health and disaue : (o) nuufall, percohition, evaporation, and fiow li 
groDiid, aud (it) other Bubjeota cmbnuxxl bj tho Exhibilion. 



DIVISION II.— EDUCATION. 

Group e.— EDnCATIONAL WOBES AND APFLIANCSS. 

CI.ABB 47. Cnlciiu and Tktast Scthools, — (a) AppnratitB and FittiDga for Citeliea 
aod Inftiiit School*: ('') OameB, Toys and KindbrgarteD AmuBemenla 
(c) Uodeb and Appliasoes for teitohiiig ; (d) Examplea of School Work. 
„ 48. PuiMABt BcBooLB. — (a) AppantTiB aod FitliogB : (li) Models and ApplianoM 
for teaohiDg; Teit-bookB, DiagnunB and Eiamplea; (b) Specimens of 
Work iu Eltimentarj Schoola. 
II 19. Donena Ecohodt and otheb Fobmi op Techhicai. and Indcbtsul 
Education for Gibu. — (o) Hodcla and Apparatua for the teaoliing of 
Cookery, Honaework, Waahing and Ironing, Needlework, aud Embniidezj, 
DreasmakiDg, Artiflcial Flower-making, Painting on Silk, Potlerj, icj, 
(b) Specimena of School Work. 

50. HANDIOBAfT TEACKINO IN BCBOOLB K>B BoTB. — (fl) AppBiall 

Fittings fur Elemenlarj Trade Teaching in Schoola ; (b) Bpeoli 

School Work. 
hi. GcimiCB Tbachinq. — (a) Appanlns and Modeb Tor Elementar; Science 

Inatruction in Schools : ApparaliiB for Ghemiatrj, Phyaica, Uechanica, tm,; 

(£) DiagTama, Copiea, Teit-boobH, Ac. ; (c) Specimena of Uio Schod 

Work in tljeao aubjccla. 
SS. AfiT TEAcmna. — (a) Apparatna, Hodela, and FittiogB for Elemontai 

Inatroclioa in Schoola; (h) Diagroma, CopioB. Teit-bookB, Ao. 

Specimena of Art Work, Hodolling, tut., in School), 
53. Technical and AmuNncmiiP Souoolb. — (a) Apparalna and Einm] 

uaed iD Primary and Secondary Schoola for leaching Handictana; <l!i) 

Hodola, Plana, and DcBignafor Ihe Filling up of Workshop aud luduBlriul 

Schoola; le) Reaulta of Induutriul wutk doDu in Buch SeV«u\k. 



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110 IfUemaUonal HeaUh Ead^tbition. 

Clam 54. Schools fob the Blind and fob ths Dxaf and Dttmb.— {a) Apparatus 
and Examples for Teaohing ; (h) Specimens of School Work. 

M 55. LiTBBATUBB, Statistics and Diagrams relating to Group 6 and to the Effects 
of ** Cramming " and Overwork on the Young, &a 

M 56. CoLLEonrm Displays of School Work and Appliances. School Museums. 

,, 57. Maohinbbt and Affuanois relating to Group 6. 



TABLE SHOWINa WITH WHICH CLASSES THE VARIOUS 

BUB-COMMITTEES DEAL. 

Classes 1 — 12 Food. 

„ 13—19 Dbess. 

„ 20 GONSTBUOnON AND FiTTINOS. 

„ 21 — 2S Watbb Sufply and Sanitation. 

„ 24 — 26 Heatino, Lightino and Ventilating. 

„ 27 Wateb Suffly and Sanitation. 

„ 28 — 31 CoNSTBUcnoN and Fittings. 

„ 32, 38 Wateb Suffly and Sanitation — Conbtbuction and 

Fittinos— Heating, Lighting and Ventilating. 

„ 31a, 31b Ambulance. 

„ 34 — 40 School and Education. 

,^ 41 — 46 Workshop. 

„ 46a, 46b Metboboloqical. 

„ 47 — 57 School and Education, 





^H ^^M 


^^ HEB MOST GKACI0U9 MAJESTY THE QUEEN. ^H 


H l^rtB 


^H 


^B HIS DOTAL HIGHNESS THE PBINCE OF WALES. R.O. ^H 


H Fiit-)|} 


tsitints. 


FB-B-H. the DuKi or EoutBuitoH, K.O. 


The Lord George Hahiltoh, MP. 


H-R.H. the Dpkb or Connapokt, K.G. 


The Lord John Mansem, M.P. 


H.R.H. the Drmt or Cakbbimb. K.G. 


The Honourable Evelyn Abolxt, M.P. 


H.S-H. the DrKB or Tbcb, Q.O.B. 


Sir Michael Arthcb Bas9, BbtL. M.P. 


H.8.H. Coijrr GLEicfflw. 


Sir AscREw Clabk, Bart. M.D., LL.D. 


HU Exoellenoy the Baboh Solvtms. 


Sir W- GcLL, Bwt. M.D.. LL.D., F.B.B. 






Lownx, LL,D. 


HoDQ, Bart. K.C.B.. M.P. 


HU Eicelloncj Iho Mabqcu Tsbio. 


Sir WiLLUM Jenkib, Bart., M.D., LL.D, 


The Eari. SniNcEB. K.O. 


K.C,B.,F.R-S. 


The LoBD CABLmaroKD. 


Sir Jamm Clarke Lawbmoi, Bart, AM, 




M.P. 


The DrKE or St. Albas's. 




The DcsE or Mascbesteb, E.P. 


NORTHCOTE, Bart., M.P. 


The Dt-sc or Nohthihukblakd. 


Sir JosBPB W. Pease, Barl.. M.P. 


The DrK« or Bicunuiiah and Cbahdos, 


Sir Natbaniel U. dm Bothscbild, Bart, 


O.C.8.L 


M.P. 


The Di'CB or Sutherlavii, K.O. 


Sit Henry Hdmct Vivian, Bart, M.P, 


The VcKt or WssnHNffm, K.O. 


Sir BiCBABD Wallaob, Bart, ILO.R, 


The Ddek or Abotl^ K.O. 


M.P. 


The Dl« of Abrboorh, K.O. 


Sir AuniNDKB T. Oalt. G.C.M.O. 




Sir Thomas BRigsKY. K.C.B., M.P. 


The MAaqcis or Salisbtot. K.G. 


Major-General Sir Hbnjiy C. Eawlikbow, 


The BlAHgiiB or WATERroaD, K.P. 


K.C.B., D.C.L., LL.D, F.B.S. 


The Marqcib or Obhoxiii;. 




Thti Habqcu or gfArroBD, UP. 


K,C.B., M.P. 


The SLabucu or Hamilton. 


Sir F. D. Bell, K.C.M.G. 




Sir Abthtb Blith, K.0,M.G. 


The Eabl or Debut, K.O. 


Sir EoBKBT Ham, K.C.M.G. 


The Eabl or tSBAmsut-Br, K.O. 


Sir Saitl Sabch., K.C.M.O. 


The Eabl or Harbowbt. 


Sir Chables Tnpp«B, K.C.M.O., C.B. 


The Eael Cairns. 


Sir WtLLiAJi T. Whtteway. K.CM.O. 


The VlBODUHT Crasbeook. 


The Bight Hononrahle Sir Biohabd A. 


The ViBoouiTT Hampdkn, Q.C.B. 


Ceobs, ILP. 


The LoBD Abirdase. 


Sit EDMDwn H. ConRn. 


The LoBD Edmohd FiTiMArBiOE, U.P. 




The LoKO CuAVD J. IIahilton, M.P. 


Habwvbt. MJ". 



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The Bight Honoiirable Gbobgi Sglatib 

Booth, IIP. 
The Bight Honourable John Bright, M.P. 
The Bight Honomable Joseph Ghambxb- 

LADT, M.P. 
The Bight Honourable J. G. Dodoon, 

BLP. 
The Bight Honourable Hknbt Fawoitt, 

M.P. 
The Bight Honourable W. E. Fobstter, 

M.P. 
The Bight Honourable W. E. Gladstonh, 

The Bight Honourable Gboboi J. Gosohen, 

BLP. 
The Bight Honourable G. Shaw Lefevbe, 

BLP. 
The Bight Honourable A. J. Mundella, 

The Bight Honourable W. H. Smith, M.P. 
The Bight Honourable James Staksveld, 

BLP. 
The Bight Honourable the Lord Mayor or 

LONDOH. 

The Bight Honourable the Lord Mayor or 
York. 



The Bight Honourable the Lord Mayor of 

Dublin. 
The Bight Honourable the Lord Proyobt 

or Edinburgh. 
The Worshipftil the Mayob op Liyebfool. 
The Worshipful the Mayor op Manchester. 

Thomas Archer, Esq. 

H. 0. Beeton, Esq. 

Ootayius E. Goofe, Esq., M.P. 

Joseph F. B. Firth, Esq., M.P. 

Montague J. Guest, Esq., M.P. 

G. W. Hastings, Esq., M.P. 

John Holms, Esq., M.P. 

Professor Huxley, P.R.S., LL.D. 

BOBERT Loder, Esq., M.P. 

John Marshai.i., Esq., P.B.G.S., LL.D, 

F.R.8. 
William Mabhhali*, Esq., M.D. 
Hugh Mason, Esq., M.P. 
Captain Charles Mills, CM.G. 
Arthur Pease, Esq., M.P. 
Professor John Tyndall, D.C.L., LL.D., 

F.B.8. 
John Walter, Esq., M.P. 
Commissary-General F.S. Watt, C.B. 



Lxecutivc Council . 



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(gfetutibe Countil. 

{Appointed by HU Royal Highneu (he PrmdenU) 

Chairman,— HiB Grace ths Duks or Buokinoham and Ghandos, G.C.S.I. 

Vie^Ckairman^—Qu Jambs Paoit, Bart, LL.D^ F.B.8. 



Sir Prkdebick Abil, C.B., D.C.L., F.B.S. 
Bdwabd Bibxbbok, Esq., M.P. 
Obobgi Buchanan, Esq., M.D., F.B.S. 
Sir Philip CiTNLiFn-OwxN, K.C.M.G., 

aB., CLE. 
Sir Joseph Fateeb, K.C.S.I., M.D., LL.D., 

F.R.S. 
Captain Douglas Galton, O.B., D.C.L. 

F.R.8. 



The Bight Hon. The Lord Matob, MJP. 

The Mabquib of Hamilton. 

Ebnest Habt, Esq. 

Sir John Lubbock, Bart, M.P., LL.D.» 

F.B.S. 
Samuel Moblet, Esq., M.P. 
G. V. PooBE, Esq., M.D. 
The LoBD Beat. 
Sir John Bose, Bart, G.O.M.G. 



Edwabd OrNLiFFE-OwEN, Esq., B.A. 



Ittrg Ccmmissicn. 



C9Uitrmaii— The Lobd Beat. 



Sir James Paget, Burt, LL.D., F.B.& 
Sir Fbedebwe Abel, OB.^ D.C.L., F.B.& 



Sir Philip CuNurFE-Ownr, &.aM.a 

03., OLE. 
Gboboe Buchanav, Esq., ILD., F.BJ3. 



JokU Seontairiet, 

H. Tbueman Woo(D, Esq., MJL 

GiLBE^ B. Bbdgrat^ Esq^ Assoa Inst OJB. 



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(Btntxnl €ammHUt. 



CHAIRMAN, 
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G. 



HiB BoTAL Highness the Duke op Edinbuboh, KGl 

His Gbace the Duke op Sutherland, K.G. 

Hn Grace the Duke of Buokinoham and Chandos, G.G.S.L 



Sir Frederick Abel. C.B., D.C.L., F.B.S. 

Captain W. do W. Abnet, R.E., F.B.S. 

B. St. John Ackers, Esq. 

Sir H. W. Dyke-Acland, K.C.B., F.R.S. 
M.D. 

Professor W. Gbtlls Adams, F.R.S. 

G. AiTCHisON, Esq., AJB.A. 

Sir Rutherford Aloock, E.C.B. 

William Anderson, Esq., F.R.C.S. 

Thomas Archer, Esq. 

Professor Thomas C. Archer, F.R.S.E. 

T. R. Armttaoe, Esq., M.D. 

The Master of the Armourers and Bra- 
ziers' Company. 

Professor H. E. Armstrong, F.R.S. 

Thomas R. Ashenhurst, Esq. 

A. T. Atchison, Esq., M.A. 

Professor Atrton, F.R.S. 

E. Ballard, Esq., M.D. 

Beverend S. A. Barnett. 

y. B. Barrinoton-Eennett, Esq. 

William Bassingham, Esq. 

The Worshipful the Mayor of Bath. 

John Thomas Bedford, Esq. 

H. C. Beeton, Esq. 

Sir F. D. Bell, K.C.M.G. 

James Bell, Esq., F.R.S., Ph.D. 

Sir George Birdwoud, C.S.I., M.D. 

Edward Birkbeok, Esq., M.P. 

Sir Arthxtr Blyth, E.C.M.G. 

Colonel Sir Francis Bolton, C.E. 

Deputy Surgeon-(}eneial BofirrocK, C.B. 

Alfred Bourne, Esq., B.A. 

Sir Fbbdbbick Bramwell, F.R.S. 



J. H. Bridges, Esq., M.D. 

J. S. Bristowe, Esq., M.D., F.R.S. 

T. Lactder Brunton, Esq., M.D., F.BiS. 

W. B. Bryan, Esq., M.I.C.E. 

George Buchanan, Esq., M.D., F.E.S. 

J. C. BUCKMABTER, Esq. 

Colonel Sir Owen Tudor Bubne, K.O.S.I., 
CLE. 

E. N. Buxton, Esq. 

Sir James Caird, K.C.B., F.R.S. 

Sir Robert Walter Carden, M.P. 

Alfred Carpenter, Esq., M.D. 

W. B. Carpenter, Esq.. C.B., M.D., F.R.S. 

William Lant Carpenter. Esq., B.A., 
B.Sc,, F.C.S. 

W. Carruthers, Esq., F.R.S. 

A. Cassels, Esq. 

Edwin Chadwick, Esq., C.B. 

Deputy Surgeon-General N. Chevers, M.D., 
CLE. 

William Watson Cheyne, Esq., M.B., 
F.R.C.S. 

Gilbert W. Child, Esq., M.D., F.L.S., 
F.CS. 

Professor A. H. Church. 

Lord Alfred Churchill. 

Ernest Clarke, Esq. 

The Master op the Clothworkers* 
Company. 

The Master of the Coach and Coach- 
Harness Makers' Company. 

Francis Cobb, Esq. 

Professor T. Spencer Cobbold, M.D., F.R.S. 

W. R. E. Coles, Esq. 

J. J. COLMAN, Esq., M.P. 



^^^WBP 



J. a. CoMllB, Eaq. 

H, H. UOLLlKa, Eaq. 

W. Whitb Cooii^ Esq.. F.B.C.8. 

rrofebwt W. H. CoeruLD, M.D. 

AUjar-Oeneiml F. C. OoTrow, R.E., C.S.I. 

J. OOWKN, t^Bq., H.P. 

Thomas ItisaiLL Ckanfthh, Eeq. 

Diniclnr-Gciwtsl CitAtironii, A.H.D., LL.D. 

C. y. Cremwell, G«q. 

Jamks Crispi, B«q. 

Ili'Ten'Od Oinon J. Q. Croktill, H.A. 

W. CBOOKEB.t:wi..F.tt.8. 

Pathick Ci'MiH, Baq. 

Sir Philip Ccnlutb - Owrn. K.CM.G.. 

C.R.C.I.E. 
Bir EuKDHD IL CrBRte 

TBOHAt W. CUTLBB, EHq., F.K-t.B.A. 

Bir Thomas Daein. 

KoBERT A. Daltii.i, Eiq., C.8.I. 

ROTen-od Ctaoa Damix. 

C. ,1. Dawson, Eiiq., B.A. 

Fn.fo>*>t F. Db Chai'mont. M-D.. F.B.S. 

Warbsx 1>i la Rpe, Ew]., F.B.S. 

J. Bailh DkSTOK, Eaq., CF. 

C. F> Ds Raxoe, flag. 

JiMiFB DicsniMra, E>q. 

Bathu W. EhcEson, Ekj. 
■".JoaErii C. DwsvALE. E«q. 
Kfti^a-Surgeon W. G. Dun, A.M.O.. LL.D. 

^CuIcD^I J. P- D. DONNELLT. R.K. 

t Hastes or tub DBArKB^ CoMCAin-. 
(Coloiiel Sir EDMincD DC Caxs, K.C.B., it.H. 
F. O. DcsriELi). Km)., M.D. 
Bvurend J. Duncan, M.A. 
L DupBB. Esq., Ph.D., F.K.S. 

n Dtkb, Eaq., C-M.G-, FR-B. 
[ PsiME WaEd™ or TUB DvitM»' COM- 



r. EAMtE. Eaq., C.E. 

T W. Edu. Eaq., F.S.A., F.K.I.B.A. 
Vi-nernble ArcbiloKOD Emebv. 
Brncml Obubob Eusise. 
M BvANi, Eaq., F.B.S. 
IvrKeon-Hsior O. J. U. Evatt, H.D., 
A.M.D. 

L B. PuuuifT. Eaq. 

■ Hajhvb or Tin Farsduu' Compaitv. 
[r JoaxPB P*TBKB, M.D., LL.D.. K.CS.L. 

«PlEU\ Eaq.. U.LC.E. 
VOL. XVIIt. ^^^^^^^^^ 



J. O. Frrcn, Baq. 
PrufiaHor Gbobqb FLSMtss. LL.D.a.4 
F.K.aV.8. " 

Profoaaor W. H. Flowkb, LL.D., F.K.S, 
Tlio Eabl Fobtibcce. 
Proteaaoi Cakev Fotteb, F.R.H. 
C. Lb Nevb Fostea. Esq., D.Sc 
Proresaor Michaei, FutrrRH, H.D., Sea. TLB., j 
ProrcflBut E. FnASKLAKD, D.C.L., F.B.S. 
Joan FniiLEY, Eiq. 
Captain DoDOLu Oalton, G.B., D.0.L.1 

FRAHcia GiLTuN, Esq., F.B,8. 
Pn.ratBor Abthcb Gamqik, M.D., F.R.Ei. 

PtofrBBOr WU.L1AM GABNnr. 
WtLLUM BimNlfAX GlBBBTT, Esq. 

Sir B. T. BitANDBrra GtHns. 

J. H. GiLiiKHT, Esq., Ph.D., F.R.a 

J. H. Gi^iDSTONE, Esq., Ph.D., F.K.t 

E. W. Godwin, Esq., F.8 A. 

Gbouob Godww, Esq., F R.8., F.H,I.B.A, 

H. J. GuLDIiCUMIIlT, Esq. 

Sorecon-nenenl C. A. Ookiwh, M.D., C.B 

Q.H.P. 
R. H. GOVRR, F«q., H.D. 
Tha Haiiourable F. Lbvesos Gower, M P. | 
Proftsaor Cuabln Grauah, D.Sc 
Boverend Thohas Gbaham, D.D. 
Lieuteniint-Cnlani'l J. A. Gkant, 

0.ai., F.R.8. 
Arnold F. Grates, Esq. 
Hbmit Greene, Eaq. 
Profowjr J. G. Greenwood, LL.D. 
Revp.read Canon GHBnunT. 
The Masteb or thi OiiocEm' Compant. 

Tub Hastes or tub Kab bedash bus' Cuk-'I 

8. 0. Hadlbt, Eaq. 
Wilson Habe, Esq., Ph.D. 
RiaiARO Claeence Halsk K«q. 
Tlie HARQns or Hahtltoh. 
Rowland Hamilton, Esq. 
Miij'ir-Opneral F. HAMMErHi.Rr. 

B. Harbib, Esq. 
Ernest Hadt, Esq. 
(S. HASfTlKOa, Esq , M.P. 
M. R. Haweins, Esq. 
J. Clabkb Hawkshaw, Eh). 
Thomas Hawksliv, Esq., F,R..S. 
Lituhnuot- Colonel Havwood; 
Profeesor Chahle.^ W. IIeathh, F.CJ*. 

C. tlEUcu, E»v,¥.e,ii., 



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Thomas Edmitnd Heller, Esq. 

Lieutenant • Colonel Sir Jaiies MoGabel 
Uooo, Bart, K.O.B., M.P. 

TncoTHT Holmes, Esq. 

Sir Joseph Hookeb, K.G.8.L, F.B.S. 

E. Hoole, Esq. 

The Hasteb or the Hobnebs' Company. 

T. C. HoBSPALL, Esq. 

Jambs Howard, Esq., ILP. 

J. J. Hummel, Esq. 

PioCessor G. M. Humphbt, M.D., F.B.8. 

C. Hunt, Esq. 

Professor Huxlet, P.B.S., LL.D. 

Cosmo Innes Esq. 

Gboboe Rose Innes, Junior, Esq. 

The Masteb op the Innholdebs* Company. 

Professor H. C. FLEEMnro Jenkin, LL.D., 
P.B.S 

Gboboe Noah Johnson, Esq. 

The Masteb op ths Joinebs* Company. 

BeTerend Prebendary Habby Jones. 

Captain A. A. Jofp, B.E. 

Jambs 'Judd, Esq. 

Professor C. Kelly, M.D. 
Professor Alexandeb B. W. Kennedy. 
G. M. Kennedy, Esq. C.B. 
Fbanklin R. Kendall, Esq. 
A. C. Kino, Esq., F.S.A. 

Baldwin Latham, Esq. 

Sir J. B. Lawes, Bart, LL.D., F.R.8. 

William Lawrence, Esq., Aid., M.P. 

8ir Edmund A. H. Lechmere, Bart., M.P. 

Henry Lee, Esq. 

Culonel W. Nassau Lees. 

Professor T. Hayter Lewis. 

Professor T. R. Lewis, M.B. 

Lieutenant-Colonel W. R. Lewis, R.A. 

J. D. Linton, Esq. 

8ir Joseph Lister, Bart., F.R.S. 

J. Norman Lockyer, Esq., F.R.S. 

Surgeon-General Longmore, CB. 

The Ri^ht Honourable The Lord Mayor, 

M.P. 
The Master of the Loriners* Company. 
8 H. UiuniT, Esq , C.E. 
Thomas Loveridoe, Esq. 
Colonel Sir B. Loyd-Lindsay, V.C, K.C.B., 
M.P. 
Jo/iN LcBBOCK, Bart., M P., F.R.S. 



Sir William MaoCormao, FJtCS. 

Deputy Inspector-General A. C. Maoram. 
M.D. 

Inspector-General J. D. McDonald, M.D., 
C.B., F.R.S. 

P. Macfayden, Esq. 

John MacGregor, Esq. 

H. McGboroe, Esq. 

Major A. B. McHardy, R.E. 

CooHLAN McLean McUardy, Esq. 

Surgeon-General W. A. Mackinnon, C.p., 
A.M.D. 

Philip Magnus, Esq. 

John J. BIanley, M.A. 

RoBEBT James Mann. Esq., M.D., F.RC.S. 

George Manners, Esq., F.S.A., F.L.8. 

Deputy Surgeon-General Jepfery Mabstoit. 
A.M.D. 

The Honourable W. F. B. Massey-Maix. 

WARING, LL.B. 

W. Mather, Esq. 

George Matthey, Esq., F.R.S. 

The Master op the Mercers* Company. 

The Master op thb Merchant Taylors' 
Company. 

Henry C. Meyer, Esq. 

Colonel J. Michael, C.S.I. 

W. H. Michael, Esq., Q.C. 

Captain Charles Mills, C.M.G. 

A. B. Mitford, Esq., C.B. 

Samuel Morley, Esq., M.P. 

Malcolm Morris, Esq. 

Professor H. N. Moseley, F.R.8. 

John F. Moss, Esq., F.K.G.S. 

Deputy Inspector-General F.J. Mouat, M.D. 

Shirley F. Mirphy, Esq., M.R.G.S. 

Kenric B. Murray, Esq., F.R.G.S., F.S.8. 

J. Noble, Esq. 

Ernest Noel, Esq., M.P. 

T. Nordenfelt, Esq. 

Professor W. Odlino, M.B., F.R.S. 

William Ogle, Esq., M.D. 

W. Q. Orchardson, Esq., R.A. 

Samuel Osborn, Esq., F.R.C.S. 

Lord Clarence Paget. 

Sir James Paget, Burt., F.R.S. 

C. Hknry Paine, Esq. 

William Henry Pannell, Esq. 

The M/ster of the Patten-Maeers' Com- 
pany. 

F. W. Pavy, Esq., M.D., F.R.S. 

Reverend H. D. Pearson, M.A. 



OenenU Committee, 



I W. Q. PKnnitn, Rn). 

~'. II. Pebiik. Esq., F.B.8. P.Ca 
I IiOm's Pebkiits. Esq. 
[ Hamilo Arthtr rinHT, Esq. 

e Rialit Ilnnnunillc Sir L»i>h pLArrAiR, 
K.C.B., H.P. 
r^R Hasteh or rm PLi-miBa' CourAHV, 
LVaior-OenenJ Sir Biciiabd Poluxie, 
' K.C.8.L 
I O. V. PooBE. Esq., M.D. 
I Vkancib R. Puweu^ Esq. 
I W. H- PIUIKCE. Eiq., P.R.8. 

ALniED PHkaTOK, Esq. 

Pmrmanr Juseph Pbkotwicii, F.B.S. 

W. O. PBIIWT1.T, Eeq., SI.D. 

John pRorr, Esq. 

P. H. PvE-SwTU, Bw|., M.D. 

• Rae, Esq.. H.D., K.rt.S. 
I O. DALiiovaii ItAiisAr, Esq., CD. 
F Ktijor-Oenpnil Sir H. C. Rawusson, K,C,R., 

■ D.CL., l,t,.D._ 

I Sir RunuiT RAWLimoN, C.B. 

I Clare Sevell Read, E«q. 

I Tlio Lose Beat. 

I Albianukb REiHiTuve. Esq., CD. 

IBoieutom Redwimid, Esq., V.C.S„ F.I.C. 

!■ Dtowlor-Oenpral Bir Johs Watt HEin, 

K.aa, M,D.. LL.D. 
I BeTentDd Jakes H. Rioo, D.D. 
I Owes Rohertb, Esq., MA.. F.8.A. 

Pwuttator W. CaAKDLEB Roeertb, F.It.^. 

EnwAKD C. RoBMS, Eiq., F.S.A., F.R.t.B.A. 

Hamr BonnnoN, E»q., H.I.C.E. 

Kdwasd ItoBUT BoBSOH, E«q., F.R.I.aA., 
F.8.A, 

|.EinTABD DUMEB BlUIERS. Egq. 

I BerercDd William Rogeeu. 

W Frofeunr filiiMENRT E. Roscoe. I.I.,D..F.It.9. 

I Sir John Boae. Burl., G.C.M.G. 

r J. R. BoYLC, Esq. 

KThe Uuoourable F. A. Rollo R['9«exj_ 

i Tri Master or the Saupleiis' CoHrAKT. 

I Oeobob AraiTTus Sai.a. Esq. 

E HaBTER of the SaLTEIw' CoMFAIfY. 

|81t Sacl Bahuel, K.CM.a. 

r BcBXHAtU) HAUlTELaoN, Bart., M.P., 
F.R.8. 
IpiorMtor J. BtBDos SASDERai>s, LL.D.. 

■ F.B.a 

Ifti Frascu B. SAJtnroRD, K.C.B. 
kW. SKDomas Sachveiu, Esq.. M.D. 
LW. P.&AWTUi,Ei4. 



ProroMor SciiJlrEn, F.B.S. 

Gboroe Bc'iiarf, Esq., F.^.A 

Bemjakin Scott, E*)., F.B.A.S. 

Fbed Soorr, Eaq. 

James Bhetpabd Soott, Fmi- 

Bobert Hkkht Scott, E«q., M.A., V.R.&. 

Phu-u- a. Sobatghlkt. E«q., M.A. 

TuE Master at tue Scriveners' CourASt, 

The LoiD Shahd. 

Bcveniad T. W. Suabpe. 

Captain Eths U. Bhaw, CO. 

Mars Shepkard, Eaq. 

James LeaAUuK Shitter, E«q. 

t^ii U. J. Kat BocTTLEwuiiTii, Bart. 

Abtuvb Telford Simpson, Ebi|.. C K. 

John Slaod, Esq., M.P. 

J. L. Clifford Smith, Eaq. 

RoDKirr MuHSAT Shitii, Elaq. 

Sami-el Bmith, Esq., H.P. 

SwtRC Smitb, Esq. 

Profi-SBor T. Booek Bmitii. F.B.l.B.A. 

Warinoton W. SUYTH. Esq., F.R.S.. F.Q. 

H. Saxon Snell, Eaq., F.R.I.B.A. 

W. J. Socuuv. Eaq. 

The Honoumlilo Uowabd Sraiiu.ET. 

C. E. SpAONoLEm, Esq. 

Tlio Hoaoumble E. Ltclpu Stanlet, U, 

JOEN Staples, Esq., Al<l., K.S.A, 

J. C. Steblk, Enq.. M.D. 

Thomas Stevenson, Esq.. M.D. 

RoBEKT Stewart, Eaq. 

Andbew Btirlinq, Eimj. 

W. H. Btosb, Esq, 

Fran CIS BiORR, Esq. 

Thomas SiJTUEHLAyD, Esq. 

a. J. Byhons, Esq., F.B.S. 

The Maitter or the TALLow-CiiAtiDLi 

COMI'ANV. 

John Tavliib, Esq., M.LC-E. 

T. PBISOtN TiALE, Esq. 

Sir Richard Temple, Bitrt., G.C.H.t-, U.C 
Geobge This, Esq., M.D. 
J. P. Tbomasson, Esq., M.P. 
Sir IIe!Irt Tuohi-son. 
Hekbv Thompsun, Esq, 

Ptote^V BiLVANUS P. TUOMPSOH, B.A 

D.8c„M,8.T.E. 

JoHH M. Thomson, Esq. 

G. M. Thobs, Esq. 

R. Thorn E Tuorne, E»]., M.D. 

r. L. W. THCI'ICHOM, Esq., M.D, 



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Inienuiiiamd HeaUh EtAOMm. 



fiingeoo-Oeiieiml Tawsaam^ G.R 

F. Turn, Esq., F.R.a8. 

J. W. Tbipb, Esq., M.D. 

8ir QiABLBB TuppEB, K.01LG. 

Bbhut Tubhkb, Eiq., F.B.LBJL 

TsOMAg TWDONO, Esq. 

Piofeaior Johh Ttndall, D.0.L^ LL.D^ 
F.B.8. 

Miyor Sir Hasbt Vntmr, Bvt, ILP. 

O. Viona, Eaq. 

Turn MAflTKB or the Vnmmi^ Ck>ifPAinr. 

A« VOBLGKKB, Esq., F^8. 

Sir Julius Vogxl, K.C.1LG. 

Hii Kxoellenoy Spkrokb Walfoli. 

BeTerend W. Wabbubtok. 

Sir STDinET H. Watxblow, Bart, HP, 

Waltbb B. Waterlow, Esq. 

Sir £. W. Watkik, Bart, M.P. 

JoBV Watts, Esq^ Ph.D. 



BAvOBL 

Bbi|. CWiiidMr 



CMoDel a S. Wi 

William H. Wi 
HMnld> 

Sir Joan Whitvokb. Bsit, VJLS. 

G. W. WiasB, Esq^ F.CA, FXO. 

Colonel WiLUAMS, B.B. 

Dawsox Williams, Esq^ ILD. 

Grktillb Williams, Esq^ ¥JLA 

Professor A. W. Wiluamhw, LUD^ F JLB. 

Altbbd Wills, Esq^ Q.GL 

Chablu E. Wilboh, Esq , LL.D., F.Ri3JB. 

The Honourable Lkwis S. WiXGnsLD. 

W. WooDALL, Esq., IIP. 

Ck)YBMTBT A. Woodhoubb, Esq. 

Dayid Woods. Esq., MJ). 

Jamss a. Youl, Esq., JLG. 

Fbeddook Touvq, Esq. 

Kuth Yomro, Beq. 

Assistant Commissary-Genoal J. 8. Yomra. 



City of London Sub-Committee. J 19 



Cits of ^foniron Sub-CommUtee. 



The Bight Hooonzable the Lord Matob, M.P. 

BepmenHng ike Cor]poraium. 

AldenDUi 8TAPLS8, F.S.A. I Oboboi MANNiBa, Esq., F.S.A., F.L.8. 

BiGBABD Clabxncb Halo, Esq. I Jamm Lmmiok Saum, llsq., F.B.A.& 

B^prueniing Aa Litery (Jompamiet. 



Alderman Sir F. Wtatt Tbuboott, Master 
of the Haberdaahers' Company. 

C. H. L. WooDi>,Eaq.,lIasterof theSalters' 
Company. 



Gbqbgi Shaw, Eaq., Master of the Flnmben* 

Company. 
Sir Edwabd W. Watkik, Bart, MJ^., Late 

Master uf the Wheelwrights' Company. 



the ExeaUive CoundL 

Bir Pmup Cmrum-Ownr, K.C.M.G., I The Mabquib or HAXZLixoir. 
C.B.,CILB. I The LoBD Beat. 



Hmiarary Secrekurff. 

J. B. Soiins Ynm, F.&8., aty and GiBoial Agont to the EzhibitioD, 
City Offloea-27 Great Winohester Street, ILO. 



120 



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(Selected from Members of the General Committee.) 



FOOD. 



Division A.<-Animal and Vegetable Products. 



James Bell, Esq., F.R.S , Ph.D. 
W. Carbuthkbs, Eiiq., F.R.8. 
Pvofeasor T. Sfemceb Gobbold, M.D., 

F.R.8. 
A. DuPBi, Esq., Ph.D. F.R.S. 
TuuELTOK Dteb, Esq., F.R.S. 
Sir B. T. Bbandbet.i Gibbs. 



J. H. GiLBiBT, Esq., Ph.D., F.R.8. 
R. M. GoYEE, Esq., M.D. 
Professor Charles Oraham, D.Sc. 
Sir J. B. Lawes, Bart, LL.D., F.R.8. 
JouN J. Manley, M.A. 
Profossor H. N. Moselet, F.R.8. 
James A. Youl, Esq., G.BI.G. 



Division B.— Chennistry and Physiology of Food. 



James Bell, Esq., F.R.S., Ph.D. 

T. I^auder Brunton, Esq., M.D., F.R.S. 

Professor A. H. Cuirch. 

Profotfsor F. De Chaumont, M.D., F.R.S. 

A. DtPRE, Epq., Ph.D., F.R.S. 

Piofoesor G. Fleming, LL.D., F.R.C.V.S. 

J. H. Gilbert, l':8q., Ph.D., F.R.S. 



Profes^r Charles Graham, D.Sc 
H. Wilson Hake, Efq., Ph.D. 

F. W. Patt, Esq., M.D., F.R.S. 
John M. Thomson, Esq. 

C. Meymott Tidy, Esq., M.D. 
Thomas Twining, Esq. 

G. W. WiGNER, Esq. 



Division C— Cookery. 



J. C. BlCKMASTER, E»«q. 

Prof(*8<>r A. H. Church. 
Diructor- General Ckauf\)U1), A. M.D. 
The Honourable Leyeson Guwer, M.P. 
John J. Manley, M.A. 



George ArorsTus Sala, Esq. 
Sir Henry Thompson. 
C. Meymott Tidy, Eaq., M.D. 
A. VoELCKER, Esq., F.R.S. 
G. W. Wigner, Esq. 



DRESS. 



Thomas W. Citlkh, Ksij., F.R.LD.A. 
Gciicr.il Geokge Kkbkine. 
Profortw.r W. H. Flower, LL.D., F.R.S. 
E. W. Godwin, Ki-q., F.S.A. 
J- D. Linton, Esq. 
CoGHLAN McLean McHardy, Esq. 
Dcpufx Surgeon-Gincral Jefkery Marston, 
A..M.D. 



Samuel Osmorn, Esq., F.R.C.S. 
G. Dalhousie Ramsay, Esq., C.B. 
George Sciiarp, Es«i., F.S.A. 
G. M. Thorn, Esq. 
F. Treves, Esq., F.R.C.S. 
Surgeon-General Townsend, C.B. 
William H. Weldon, Esq. (Windsor Herald^ 
The Honourable Lewis S. Winofielu. 



THE DWELLING-HOUSE. 



Division A.— Water Supply and Drainage. 



Sir FsKDBHici Abel. C.B,, D.C.L., F.R.S. 
Sir H. W. Dtke-Aclasd, K.C.B., F.B.S., 

M.D. 
AU^EH CAttPESTKR, Esq., M.D. 
H, II. Collins, Esq. 
rrornuor W, H. CoBnn.D, M.D. 
J. Bailky Dentoh, Esq., C.E. 
W. F^BBIE, E»q., C.E. 
Rogers FlELI^ Esq., H.I.C.E. 
ProfcMor E. FsANKi-AtiT", D.O.L., P.a8. 
rrofeascii H. C. Flekhino Jjcnkin, LL.D., 

F.E.a 

CsdD OocoLAR Oalton, C.B., D.C.L., 
ir-Oeneral F. C. ConuN, B.E., C.S.I. 
U, N. CRicnriu., T£tq. 
THUMAa W. CtTLEB, Esq., F-HJ-RA, 
RoBEKT W. Edis, Esq., F.B.A., P.B.I.B.A. 
B. E. Farbaxt, Esq. 

Geobce Oodwik, Esq., F.R.S., F.R.I.B.A. 
E. HooLE. Esq. 

I'mfeuur T. Hayter Lewh, F.8.A. 
« Maloolm Mobbu, Eaq. 



B. Habrhi. Esq. 

C. Heibch, Esq., F.C.S. 
Baldwin Latham. Esq. 
Hjtnbt C. Meyer, Esq. 
Shikley p. Mubfht, Esq., H.B.O.8. 
Sautel Osbokn, Esq,, F.a.C.8. 
Sir RUBEBT Rawlinboh, C.B. 
Edwabu C. Robins, Eaq., F.g. a., F.B.I.B.J 
CspUio Etbb M. Shaw, C.a 

GXOBOE Bbaw, Eb^. 

H. Saxon S.vell, Esq., F.R.I.B.A. 

T. raiMiN Teale. Esq., M.O., F.B.C.S. 



Division B.— Construction and Fittings. 

UHJar-Oeneral Sir BicuAftQ rou, 

K.C.8.I. 
W. O. Pkieotlv, Esq., H.D. 
George Shaw, Esq. 
R. Tuurse Tuohne, £sq„ M.D. 
EsNEsT TcB^B, Esq. F.R.I.B.A. 
Major Sir Harbt VEaaiv, Biirt, MP. 
n. VlOEBS, Esq. 
Keith Voceo, Eoq. 



Division C— Heating, Lighting, Ventilating and Smoke 
Abatement. 



Sir Fbederiox Abiu CD., D.C.L., F.R.S. 
Profcewr W. Obtllb Adams, F.B.a 

A. T. Atobison, E«q., H.A. 
W. B. E. Coles, Esq. 
ProriMor W. M, Cobfielis M.D. 
Thokah W. Ci-TLEii, Esq., F.B.LRA. 
PToTimor E. FE*SELAIn^ U.C.L., K.R.B. 
Citiitwn DocGLAS GaltciN, L'.EL, D.C.L., 

F.R.8. 

B. IIabkis, Ek}. 
Kbxest Haet, Esq. 

C. Ueul-d. Esq,, F.C.S. 



C. HmsT, Esq. 

ProfoeBot T. Hayter Lewis, F.S.A. 

SlHJor - Genural Sir Bioiiard Pollocs, 
K.C.8.L 

W. H. Pbeece. Esq., F.B.S. 

PrDfeMor W. Chandlkh Roberts, F.R.8, 

Fred Soott, Esq. 

C. B. BpiQNOi.nTi, Esq. 

T. PsuMiN Teaix, EiKi., M.D., M.R.C.tJ. 

Mnjar Sir Habbt Tebkkt, Burt,, M.I'. 

Ooloiiel 0. E. Wbbbeh, R.E., CD. 

C, Gbetillb WiLiiAUf, Esq., F.B.R 



^■22 Inlcnati.niat Er 


^m RcmKl^^^^^^^^^k 


H AMBULANCE. | 


^yV. B. BARBIHGTOH-KBjmnT, Esq. 


Sir WiLUAM MAcCoRMAr, T.RC-S. ^| 


Depoty Surgmn-Gencrol Bogrooi, CD. 


liiaptctor-Oeiieral J. D. HoDohalp. M.IX. 


Director- Geueml A. CaiOFOim. A.M.D,, 


C.B., F-B.B. 


LL.D. 


Surgeon-Gtmerel W. A- MAjannKHi, 03, 


Sir EoiirND H. Ccbbul 


A.M.D. ^_ 


Bripule-Surgeon W. 0. Don, A.M. D. 


Deputy Inipeolot-Genena V. J. UMi^| 


Bnrgoon-Major 0. J. H. EtArt. M.D.. 


^^H 


A.M.D. 


Dircotor-General Sir JoM Watt Bi^H 


John Fuelkt. E*i 


K.O.B., LL.D.. M.D. ^^H 


Sir Edbctjd A. H. I,»niMniB, Bart, M.P. 


J. C. Stbblb. Eiq.. M.D. ^H 




AMiatiuit Cowmiwaij-Gcneml J. 8. Yog^H 


THE WORKSHOP. | 


K. Ballabi), Emi., M.D. 


Aleiasueh Redgrave, Esq., C.B. ^H 


J. H. Bbuukii,Ks.]., M.D. 


Protewor Sir Hknbt E. Bosook, LI,^^| 


Okoroi Buchasah, Esq., M.D., F.B.8. 


F.R.P. ^^M 


jrotEra DicsweoN. Esq. 


John BLAr.o, Esq., U.P. ^H 


A. Dcrai, E«i, Ph.D., F.R.S. 


T. STXVENeoN. Esq., M.D. ^H 


0. Li Nkt* Ponvn, Ekq., D.8<>. 


Warikoton Siivni. Esq.. F.R.S., P.a.8^^| 


Ptoffwor CaiKLM Gbahaii, D.Bo. 


W. WOODALL. Esq.. M-P. ^^1 


SCHOOL AND 


EDUCATION. ^1 


S. St. .loHit AniEBg, Esq. 


LionUnant-Colon,^! W. E. Lewi*, R.A. ^H 


T. B. Abiiit*(je, E*q., U.D. 


Philip Maonuh, Esq. 


Altrsd BouBm, Eaq., B.A. 


BoBKHT Jades Mann. Esq., M.D., F.R.C.B, 


B N, BcsTON, E«i. 


Depnly luBpi-otor-GencnJ F. J. Mooat, 


W. Whit. Cooto, Ek]., FJt.CS. 


M.D. ^_ 


Eeverend CMon J. 0. Cbomweill, M.A. 


T- NottDENFEl.T, Esq. ^^H 


Patbiok Corof, Eaq. 


Beverend H. D. Pbabson. ^^| 


C. J. Dawson, E»q.. B.A. 


The Lord Beat. ^^I 


CoIoiigI J. F. D, Donnelly. E.B. 


Bevorend Jahe8 II. Bioo, D.D. ^^H 


Beverend J. DuitCAS, M.A, 


Oven Boberts, Esq.. M.A., F.S-A. ^^| 


The Venarablo Arehdeawn Emcbt. 


Edwabd Robbbt Bobson, Esq, P.^^H 


J. G. FlTOH, Eaq. 


P.B.I.B.A. ^^1 


^L The Evl FoHTEScm. 


The Honourable V. A. Bou.o Bubkeu^ ^^| 


H J. H. Gladstone, E^., Ph.D., F.B.6. 


Bir Fbaml'IS R. Sakdford, K.C.B. ^^| 


V B«vennd Thohab Grahau, D.D. 


ReTerend T. W. SiiAnir ^H 


■ Arnoui F. Gratis. E«i. 


JouN Slao<], Esq., BI.P. ^^1 


Major-General F. Hammimlk. 




M. B, Hawkihb. E»q. 


W. U. Stone, Esq. ^^1 


Thomas Enmnni Uelleb, Ekj. 


FiUNCis Store, f^. ^^| 


T. G HCRWALL, EW]. 




A. r.. Kim. F^ , F.8.A. 


Cbaeles v.. Wilson, Esq., LL.D., F.B|^H 


ColoiicI W, Nassac Lees, 


' W. WormALL, Esq , M,P. " ^^^B 





TECHNICAL EDUCATION. | 


Colonol J. F. D. DoKHuiT, E.E. 
Profeswr Wiu-iah Oabsktt. 
Thomas Edi|£<(d Hellkb, Bcq. 
J. J. UuMMBL, Eaq. 
Prufwaor Alkiandeb B. W. KENMCDr. 
VuiUf Haohch, Esq. i 
W. Matbm. Esq. 
John y. Moss, Ebj., F.R.G.8. 
Kbsbic D. McaiAT, Esq,, F.B-Q.S., F.B.S. 1 
_ The Lou> Beat. I 


Owen Robebta, Esq.. M.A. ^M 

Professor Sir Hbnbt E. Boecoi^ LL.IXt^H 

F.R.S. ^M 

V. P. Sawyeb, Esq. ^1 

Swihb SMim, Esq. ^H 
Profesflor Bilvanub THOMraoN, B.A., D.Sa^^l 
M.S.T.E. ^1 
Joai- Watts. Esq., Ph.D. ■ 
W. WOODALL, Esq., M.P. H 


1 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION. H 


W B. St. Joiw AcEBBS. P^. The Lord Bbat. ^M 

J. Q. FiTCR. Esq. Buvoren'l T. W. Shabpk. ^M 

B«Terand Thobas Graham, D.D. TIi« Hoanunible E. Lyulfd Stanley, U.P^H 

_ Philip Haoiidb, Esq. Fiuncih Storb, Esq. j^H 


1 METEOROLOGICAL. H 


m W. B. Bbtah, Esq., M.I.C.E Thomah Hawkslet, F:»i., F.R.S., F.O.a ^M 
TrtjtoKoi F. V% CuArHoirr, M.U., F.B.8. i lioBKBT Ubnbv Scott, Eb<i., U.A., F.R.8. ^H 
JoHK EvAHB. Ewi-, D.C.L., F.B.B. 1 0. J. Sihohs, Eitq., F.R.S. ^M 
OBptoin Docot,A8 Galton, C.B.. D.C.L., 1 J. W. Tripb. E«q., M.D. ^M 

M 


LIBRARY. ^1 


Ehn-e8t Clabee, Esq. 
Beverfod Tuumas Ghabax, D.D, 
CM. KBSNUur, Ew|..C.a 
A. 0. KiHO, Esq., F.S.A. 


William Dole. H»i., M.D. ^H 
Kaholi) Abtiii'B Perrv. Esq. ^^| 
J. L. Clifford Bhitii, Fjiq. ^H 
Dawson Williams, Esq., H.D. ^H 


LABORATORY. | 


Okhwb BroBANAS. Esq., M.D.. F.H.S. 
WuxiAii Wat>wii Cuevnc, Esq., M.B.. 

F.a.c.s. 

Prora»wr W. H. Cobitbld, M.D. 
VmUmoT MiCHAEi. Ftwrm, M.D.. F.R.S. 
. ftptwn DocoLAS Galtou, CO., D.C.L., 
F.H-S 


Francis Galton. Esq.. F.B.S. ^1 
Ebnest HiSBT. Esq. ^H 
Sir JOSKTH LiBTER. Bllft. F.R.S. ^H 

Sir James Paget, BRrl.. F.R.S. H 
G. V. PooBKEsq., M.D. ^H 
Professor J. Bcbdon Bandersom, I<L.Q^| 

F.R.S. ^M 


LONDON WATER SUPPLY. | 


Colonel Sir FBAsas Bolton, C,B. 
Frttf^MT F. D« Ckadmost, M.D.. F.B.B. 

^_ Professor E. Fbanklaiid, D.C.L., t'.H.S. 
K B H. I-ocTTiT. Esq., C.E. 
^1 W. U. HicuAEL, £»!, Q.C 


PHOJF a. ScBATCHUtT, Esq., il.A. ^^t 

Abthcb Teltobd SoirsoN, Eaq., Q B. ^^M 
Thomas 6tbvbnwi(, Biq.. M-Dl ^H 
Joira Tatlor, Esq.. M.I.CE. ^^M 
Colonel a E. WEBBEn, B.E., O.B. ^M 



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International HeaUk Eacktbitian. 



INDIA. 



Sir RcTHEBFOBD Aloock, K.G.B. 
William AsDKBflOM, Esq., F.B.G.S. 
Bir Gboboe Bibdwood, K.G.S.I., M.D. 
Colonel Sir Owkn Tudob Bubnk, K.G.S.I., 

CLE. 
A. Gabselb, Eeq. 
Deputy Siirgeon-(}eneral N. Ghsyebs, M.D., 

G.LE. 
BoBEBT A. Daltkll, Esq., G.S.L 
Sir Joseph Fatbxb, K.G.S.I., M.D., LL.D., 

F.B.S. 
Surgeon-General G. A. Gobdov, M.D., G.B., 

Q.H.P. 
Professor T. B. Lewis, M.B. 



1 



P. IfAOFADTEN, Esq. 

Golonel J. Hiohael, G.S.L 
W. G. Peddeb, Esq. 
Habold Abthub Pebbt, Esq. 
Sir John Boss, Bart, G.G.M.G. 
J. B. Botle, Esq. 
BoBEBT Stewabt, Esq. 
Akdbew Stiblinq, Esq. 
Thomas Suthebland, Esq. 
Geobqe Thin, Esq., M.D. 
Sargcon-General Townsend, C.B. 
Golonel Williams, B.E. 
Fbedebicx Young, Esq. 



Exccntici' StaJ). 



IJ.') 



SIfiCRETART TO THE EXECUTIVE OUUXCIL. 

Edwabd CuKLirra-OwBN, B.A. 



GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. 

GiOBOB Gordon Haxb. 



Seenlarj^t Department, 

AaSUTAMT BBCBrrABIGB . 



CUOUOAL AaglBTANTB 



fFRAKX CUNDALL. 

\B. PLUCKNrrp. 

H. 8. C. DiAS. 
Arthur R. Kkhplen. 
H. Btewart Lamb. 
Frank Nobthoott. 
John Nursb. 
S. J. Parkkr. 
N. Robinson. 



General Superintendent's Department. 

BunRINTENPKNT OP EDUCATION DlTISlON 

SumUNTENDKNT OF FoOD DiTISION 

BiTPKRINTENDENT OP DWELLINGS DiTISION HeNRT A. HlDLET. 



R. CowPEB, A.R.S.M. 
E. L. Box. 



Superintendent op Foreign Courts 
AND Dress Ditision .... 



Assistant Bupxrintendents . 



Enginbbr 



Superintendent for Refreshments 



Clerical Assistants 



Electrical Lighting Department, 
Engineer in Charge 
Assistant Engineer 



John Owen. 

W. D. Freeth. 
|M. W. Gregory. 
Thomas Hedlet. 

IW. F. LlDDELL. 

,V. Welch. 
. Arthur Caret. 
. James Richards. 

E. D. Adoock. 
S. T. B. Oi RTis. 
W. Davison. 
J. M. Lewis. 
£. W. Searle. 

R. W. 0. ViOOARS. 

F. Williamson. 



. W. D. Gkxx». 



G. ScneLZ. 



OfFIOI AflBUTTANTS. 



J. BL Vernon Kent. 
W. H. Yapp. 

W. M. UUMB. 



126 



HeaUk BtMUkm. 



J wry DepaHmmiL 

JOIMT SlOBKABU TO JUBT OOMIIIBBUHI {aiSSSH^I^oJ MaT"^ 

BrpsHuri u dbit . . • • . TBOHAiWnranu 

fW. GuiLDfOBD MaTCHWIOK. 
I HUBRT J. A. HSBTXTy BJL 



Uu^OX, 



Cldugal AanvTAMTi 



•{1 



EMmwy 8uperiniendeni'$ Department 

AaniTANT to tub Litsbabt 8upbb- 

UfmrDKIIT ..•••• HlBBIlT A. P. TWBtDMLLm 

OunuoAL AsniTAMT . OwmoB Btas& 



Libbabiav Cabl a. Thuoi, Meoiber of the Libm] 

Bi^KBUimorniiiT of Beading Boom 
Hriobological Dspastmdit 

BusmOB AMD DlBBOPEOB CfW WOBKS 
DBAUGBTSIIAir 

B UHUIU I TBB PBBT OF EmTBAHOBB 
AmfTABT 

CliBBICAL AaOBTAllTB 



aoooubtabt 
Abbutabt 



F. Hatwood. 
C. 8. Wedbbut. 

WiLKXv Bbmbuob. 
Jambs W. DoNAUMcnr. 

J. DOUOLAB DiOK. 

G. Bbowhimci. 
E. H. Llotd. 



( 



W. J. Llotd. 

G. F. DioBiB. 
E. J. P. Ebbs. 



Citt ahd Offioul Aobbt • • • • J. B. Bombbs Yibb» FAB, 

J. HuBEBT Kew, PrinoipaL 
P. W. Bands. 
J. Babtlet. 
J. Ltnas. 
H. Smith. 

8. W. WiNZAB. 

B. Webbee. 

H. J. PUSBT. 

H. Barbaglodoh. 



Olbbical Assistants • 



City Ojficee: 27, Great Winekester Street^ RC. 



]Foreic(Ti CommisBions. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

ProfeMor CHAkLia P. Ufianhi.i:]!, M.A., Pli.D.. Prori»ar>r or CtiemMtrr ia Coliiiubla-f 

O'ilege, Ex-Presiitenl BnuM of Honltli, New York, Eonorary CcmmiMioiier. 

AnSTKIA-HUNOARY. 

Cheyalier Dr. PaMDHfAKD Kbai-p tus LiviRaorr. Ministerial CouDoiltur. Deputy D<ni 

General, and Diroclnr of the Commen^ial Dupattmeiit at the Imperial and Rnjd' I 
EinliiUBf . Qnniniuiuncr. 

AuTHUB D1611Y, Esq., Honorary Commxttimnr. 

Ot-M am DEIt LaH VON HocHBBi.'ttN, T.L.M., Exeeuliee Cammiaionrr. 

LieoIuuBnt the Buroa Max von Babo. Ifoaoraiy Sen-ctary. 

BELOIIJM. 



Bfonsienr A. CotrvBicn, Viec-pr^sidont do 
U Chuubro di^a reprdaeutaats, unci^n 
t^T^tairo da Coagrvs inti-nialioiial 
dli^pino et de sauTctage do 1S76. 
}WnJent, 

tinniitenr C. Bri^ Membre de la Cbambrc 
■led ropr^ntanta, bourgmcstro do Brux- 

MiiTiaipur O. MoxTinoHE Leti, Membre 

rln Ffnat et ing^nipur k Brnxelles. 
Mniisieur E. Bwx), Uirectcur ilo rbygi^e 

ot du service de suut^ au MinieU^re de 

rinUrienr. 
Monsii'ur A. riEEUiAiN. DIrevteur Gvii^ral 

di' reiiBcignemeiit primxire au Miout^ 

de riQBtniction putiliqne. 
MoDHBUr Tu. UaI'Bkk, Docteur on m^ecin^ 

profenear ordinairo b rUniTorsil^ de 

Bruxeltta. 
Atongiour K. Jasbsi>b, Hembre titulturo de 

I'Arad^iiiie mfaic de m^ecine, Membre 

ttlu CoQseil mipe'rionr d'liygitnc pnblique, 
faM]>ect<<iiT eo citvC ilu tvrviiv de aantc de 
te Tdle du Bruicllca. 



Mon 

Monsiotu E. BoHKBUAusEN, Dirocten 1 
G^iifral au Miniatfero de I'lDlericiii^ J 
Membro du Consoil iup^riour d bygiins I 
publiqiie 

MoDsiom A. Van Camp, Cher da Cabins^ I 
Directeur an Ministtre do I'lustnictiiMi J 
publique. 

HonsiourV.VLEinKCKx. MombrccorTcspon 
cUot de I'Acailiiriiie myale de nii^Win^ | 
Membre secre'tniro du Conacil a 
d'hygivne publique. 

Monsieur MrLLiKS, Me'docin princlpHl. 

MDnaicuc Pabtois, Capltaiiie en premier 1 
du g^uii 



tiKul de Bel. 



BBAZIL, 
Hi* EioelleDcy Babon dk Pkxkdo. LL.D.. J'nridnU. 
Dr. PbheloN Alcopobawi, CammitiinmT. 
ClK^nlier do Soiba CoBKtA, Serrelary. 
CuAtu-EB Ei'M'tMl) GiBARDOT. E»q , Exfmli'i'r tWmi'mi'on- 



Sir [toiiBl 
ChiH 



CHTNA. 

Frttidenl. 

Haut, K.C.H.G^ Insprclor-Genrral of Chinree Imperial Maiillnie Ca«lMHfc| 



_j««ta. 



r A. E HlFPIBLET, Eai|. 

V. KleihwIchtui, E«q. 
J, DCKCAK CAHtnrLU Eiq. 
Jades H. Haht, Esq. 
Uk>8U( IIdohes, Em]. 

J. Krih 



I Connuisxionors ot Cianesu laipcrial Maritime j 

Imperial Maritini* J 



128 



Intemaiumal Healih Ezhibiiion. 



Hak8 Pcogaabd, Eaq. 
FBANCF. 



Commisnon appointed by 

Monsiear 1e Dr. Fautel, Inspoctenr general 
dcfl 8ervi<y« sanitain^s, Mcmhre do 1' Acad^ 
niie de Minlecine, M^ecin houoraire <le8 
1.6pitaiix, Membre dti Comity oonsiiltatif 
d*Hyxi^ne publique de France, President. 

Monsieur le Dr. Pbovst, Membre ei Secretaire 
de I'Acad^mie dc M^lcino, Pmfeaseur 
agreed de la FaoulU de M^Ier'ine, Medecin 
do0 nOpitaux, InHpecteiir general-adjoint 
des scrvioes sanitaires, Moiiibre du Gomite 
ronsnltatif d'Hygi^ni' piibliqne de France, 
President de la Socie'te de medeciue pub- 
lique et d Hygiene profeadonnelle, Vice- 
President, 

Monsieur Cavvkt, Directeur de I'fioole 
oentrale di« Arts et Manufactures. 

Monsieur Dietz-Montn, Senateur, President 
de la Ghambre de Commerce de Paris. 

Monsieur FAUBS-DrJABBic, Architecte-In- 
specteur des services du Ministere du 
Commerce. 

Monsieur Hiblard, Membre de la Chambre 
de Commerce de Paris. 

Bfonsieur Jaoqdemart, Inspeoteur general 
dcs fiooles d*art8 et me'tiers et de I'En- 
seig^emcnt technique. 

Monsieur Marie-Davy, Directeur de I'Ob- 
Bcrvatoire de Moiitsouris, President de la 
Bociete fran(;ai8e d Hygiene. 

Monsieur Martin, lugdnieur. President de 
la Societe des Ingeuieurs civils. 

CommUnon on Edueafion appoitUed by the 

Monsieur Durand, depute Sous-Secretaire 
d'fitat au departemont de Tlnstruction 
publique, Prhident. 

Monsieur Greard, Membre de riuRtitut, 
Vice-Recteur de T Academic do Paris, 
Vic€-Pr(fidtmt. 

Monsieur Mouel, Chef du Cnbinot du 
Minitttrede 1* Instruction publique. 

Monsieur Dumont, Membre de Tlnstitut, 
Conseiller d*Etat, Directeur de TEn- 
scignoment superieur au Ministere de 
rinstruction publique. 

Monsieur Zevort, Conseiller d'etat. Direc- 
teur de rEnscigucment sccondaiire. 

Monsieur F. BrissoN, Inspecieur general, 
Directeur de I'Enscignement priinaiie. 

Monsieur Carriot, Directeur de I'Enseigne- 
ment primaire du departement de la Seine. 



the Minider of Commeroe, 

Monsieur Nioolas, Conseiller d'etat, Direo- 
teur du Cununeroe Int^eor an Ministire 
du Commerce. 

Monsieur Pastkub, Membre de - I'lnstitnt 
(Acade'mie fran^aise et Academie dt« 
Scienci^sX Professeur k 1 ficole normale 
superieure, Menibre du Comiie oonsoltaiif 
d'Hygi^ne publique de France et du 
Conscll d'Hygi^ne publique et de salabrite 
du departement de la Seme. 

Monsieur Qi^bstel, Architecte. Memhre de 
rinstitut (Academic des beauz-arU), Pre- 
sidnt de la Societe centrale des arvld- 
tectes. 

Monsieur E. Tr^lat, Professeur au CoiiBer- 
vntoire des arts et metiers, Aroliitecte en 
chi f du riepartem* nt de la Seine, Direc- 
teur de rfioole Speciale d architecture. 

Monsieur le Dr. A. J. Martik, Secretaire- 
general adjoint de la Societe de m^ecine 
publique et d*Hygi^ne professionnelle de 
Paris, Committaire-gem^ral de la SeeHnm 
frangaite. 

Monsieur le Docteur Achillb Vintras, 
Me'decin de l'Am)*a.s8ade de France, 
Medeein en Chef de I'Lopital Fran9ai8. 

Monsieur P. Roux, Licencie en droit. Sous- 
chef du bureau de la Police sanitaire et 
industrielle au MinisU^re du Commeitse, 
Secritaire, 

Minister of Public Inetruction and Fine Arts, 

I Monsieur Boi^tan, Inspecteur general, 
ancion Directeur au Ministero de rin- 
struction publique. 

Monsieur Brrger, Inspecteur general, Direc- 
teur du Mu8^ pe<Iagogique. 

Monsieur B. Buissov, Commissaire de la 
Section frauftiise d^edtwation. 

Monsieur Plon, President du Cercle do la 

librairie. 
Monsieur le Dr. Emilb Martin, Directeur 

de rinstitut des jeunes Aveugles. 
Monsieur le Dr. Peyron, Dii^ectonr de I'ln- 

►titution nntionale (Us Sounls-mufts. 
Monsir'ur Marcel Lambekt, urchitectc. 
Monsii'ur Zidler, Chef du bureau du 

materiel d'enseignem nt au Ministi^re de 

rinstruction publique. Secretaire, 



Appointed by the Minister of Marine and Colonies. 
Monsieur Le Clerc, Capitainc de Yaisseau, attache naval k 1 Ambassade de Franca 



Roar Admiral Nogb, Qimmissioner, 
Cav.diere Dr. F. Santini. 



ITAliY. 



Cavaliero Harold E. Acton. 
Dr. Cav. R. Volpioelli, Secretary, 



^rerngl^3eg^r 



JAPAN. 
Nioii HuATOHiBO, AsaUUnl Secretary to the Homo DepartniPnt, and temporarily 

Kttacbud to thB Department of Agiiciilture aiul Coinmerra, Conimit»ioHer. 
TiauA Sst'oHi, Cantor of tlip Eilucatloaal Museutn in Tokio. mid temporarily nttiu-hrd la 

ttio Dep«rtmeiit of Agrii^ulturti aiiJ Comnioroe, Commiitioner. 
Mta*I, J., AuMint Commiaioarr. 
Dr. M. OOiTi, Auitlanl CommiimorKr. 

aler Liine, Great Towir Street, Agr-ilt. 






Meaara. Cbahlbj ATElNft S: Nian 

QUESNSZiAln}. 
u Hehmant, F.i«|.. Acting Ago i it-General for QueensbDd. 



JoiiH UouoLAB, E<q., C.M.O. 

H TATW 
Hii Rojal Ilielinew Phaorq Ciiao Di9 Wohakiman, /VctiilsMl. 
Uia Riijal Ilighnera PiiAOMo Chad Sai Sanitwunos. 
Hu EKealleney Phvi BuAoKARAWONas. 
Hkniit Ai^abactu, Eaq. 
PUUA Thepald. 
Hewn. CiiAHLtB Atkins & Niaerr, I Wnlor Lane, C.reut Tower Street. AgenU. 
TURKBY. 
Favl Gadbas Effcndi. 



Wa1,TB1 Wuite, Em] . ri»-Con>ul. 



^orngiv CItlcgntfs. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 
Profraww Charles F. CiiANoi.Kn, MA, rh.O. 
Wuut.SKT JottiiauN, Esq., H.A., M.l)., Uinilth CommiMic 
EhWAim M. MuouE, Esq., M.D. 
ALFRtD L. Cabiioli.. Ewi.. AI.D. 

-•iq.,M.A., M.D. 



FDuiit'CoDiDiaudL-r CuaIiw: 



Ittfrom 0,a 1 



, U.S.N. 



I DrlcgaUi from IlmlliM 
f Drpartmail, A'™ York,^ 

(Dtlegale* ft 
Stale Board 
Nop York. 
I DtUgiiU/mai the War M 
I and Namj De/iaHmimt, H 

/ Dtlrgalt/rom thf Mam»- m 
I chwelU ImliluU t^. 
I TfdtruilofUi, 



VS., 



I th« 



itHiHtnln/tfMUh. 
LaHncy and Charilu, 
Botlim. 



ABQENTINE REPlTBLia 

Dr. DiiN Ltia (Jcoits, D'-.Ugale. 
AnSTRIA-HUKOAEY. 
Dr. Bernhahi/t KuAva, I'd'-j-lr /mm llic CUy of Vk- 
BAVARIA. 









Dr. v..n pETTENKiirrKii, Prof.'ai 






Dr, Rene. Firat A *i.l»nl at 11. 


e Hygienic In-lilute. 


npreteut the Inin 
.ilgo/Mu^-eh. 



ITAIjT. 

Iiig^ Maruho Epi'aiioo CAN.MnAiiu, Delrgule. 

BU8BIA. 

Councillor Maciiin, Drh-gale for Ednfolion. 



130 Iwtematumal HeaUk Bxkibilum. 



MEMORANDA 
FOR THE GUIDANCE OF EXHIBITORS, 

Drawn up bt thb Bub-Committibs and appboykd bt ths 

ExBCUnVB GOUNCIL. 



FOOD. 

THE oflSdal classification of Group 1 of the Exhibition, in which are comprised Olasaet 1 
to 12, will be found on p. 106. 

In the first tluee classes are included what may be termed the Raw Materials of Food. 
In Glass 1, specimens of the actual foods themselves may, when possible, be exhibited, and 
when this cannot be done, they should be rt^presented by models. The Rxhibiiioiit for 
instance, of uncooked meat would be neither desirable nor practicable, but any twIiiKjta 
tending to give information as to the various animalH used for the food o* man, their nafcmet 
habits, chamcteristics, &c., will be welcomed. In the case of cert^ls and other food-stuiTs, 
the raw grain and tbe products from it may be exhibited. Fruiti and vegetables will for 
the most part be repri seated by models, but the Executive Council are also considering the 
establishment of periodical shows at which the articles themselves can be exhibited and 
sold. Specimens of foreign fruits, &c., will be gladly received for this purpose. Models cf 
the different fruits imported in a dried or preserved state into this country are specially 
desirable, in order to illustrate their natural forms. 

The classification sufficiently indicates the class of exhibits desired for Classes 2 and 3. 
It may be added that, where possible, preserved provisions should be put up in bottles, so 
that they may be visible, not in tin& Not more than three specimens of earh kind should 
be sent in. 

In Class 4 are to be included every sort of drink, including milk, as well as thoee 
enumerated in the classification. It will take in all exhibits connected with the production 
of tea, coffee, and other beverages (except those relegated to Class 12), and all illustrating 
new or little-known beverages, such as Mat^ or Parug^y tea, Coca, Koumiss, &c. 

The exhibits in Class 5 will naturally also be capable of being placed in one or 
other of the previous classes, but this armngement has been adopted with the view cf 
giving prominence to any novelties. Food for children and invalids will form a special 
feature in this class. 

As regards Class 6, the Committee think it well to draw attention to the announcement 
already made by the Executive Council, that, as refreshments come within the scope of 
the Exhibition, all methods of preparing the same, whether by cookery or othcrivise, and the 
display and sale thereof, will be matters of separate arrangement with those wishing to be 
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One principal otijert to bo kopl in view in Ihia iloputnii^nl of the Ei1iil>i(ian 
the diffasion of inronDBtion U to the eoanomioal cooking of rood, and tho best waj 
uliliaing the VBliuni kinds of food svuliible to this countrj. Olieup coukiog. Iiolh at komft 
and b; menus of publio kitchens, sliould be amply ilJuatratud. For tho purponea of coin- 
parison there ahoald be UliiBtrationi of eyery class of foreign cookerj, not only of tho 
luxurioos sort, but of that practised In the hoinos of tho well-to-do, of the middle clasa, 
aiiA of tho poorer classes, in foroign conntries. As a mjittorof inleruat. and with theobjeot 
of difToBing informittioD on the nmnnar of life of nallona differing yet further from onr- 
Bclves, tlie Cominitloe hope tJiat menus m\j bn fonnd tor exhibiting' tiie praclicu of fiiisteni 
cooks, Oliiueau, Japanese, Indian (MoliammedHQ and Uintlno), fto. Bakuiies will be included 
in this class, and the Committee hope that tho Dttiugs and appliances of ths most modem 
eetnblishmcDta (both English and foreign) may be fully shown. 

Tho object of Cluxsoa 7 and S is to dilTuae popular information at to the nature, oon- 
■titncnts, tuc*, and odulti'iutions of fond. Exhibits illustrating these and similar p(^tB ' 
will be welcome. Tho Oomniittee tmst that Lho Sjionoo and Art Di'partment will anM 
lliis portion oT the Gihilation by lending and eupplomouting onu of Uie collectiotta formed! 
by Prufaisor Chuicb. 

Ai regards tho last il^m in CImb B, it should bo noted that parasites or other 
organisms inJnriouB in any way to food or its soorct-s are iucludetl. 

A* roganls Foreign Dietaries in Class Q, tho Commitlee consider that this eipres«l<nt 
ninst bo taken in its widest sense, and ss inclnding the food of snviigc races all over tlw 
world. It would therefore ODmprise spocimons of llie animal and vo^ctablo subatalioes used 
as food, beveragci. slimaiants, tc, by savages or native races of low civilisation, both bl' 
llie raw and prtpatud ooudiEiou. logi'ther with applisntwa and utensils of all kinds used in 
tlicir manufacture or cousiimptiun. Modohi and drawings illustratiie of tlie subject would 
also be desirable. As examples may be mentioned sago, and its iiallTe manufacture, bj 
Malays, naliris of Now Guinea, to. ; cnssavn, aud ita manufacture in British Guiiiesi: tare, the 
I'olynnian food, snd the nkuiufactoro of roi frum it ; kaava and kaava bowls of Fiji and 
t-l7««hore. 'I ho Conimittco hope Ihut tlie matcriala Cor a Taluable ethnological colloction oCj 
this sort will be forthcoming from private owi;en in England. 

The exhibits admissible to Claw 10 ate clearly indicated in the CUssiil«ktion. 
I Cluosca It and 12 are ailded as separate classes, U-cause it is neocaaary Ihnt all 
Ta«<^liini:ry should be plncu<I togtther in one giiliery whuo the inolive power is proridtld. 
Among tlie proeetaea which the Commlltfe hopo to see illustrutod mny bo moutioned, 
nii'llKHls of cold stonigc and transport of freuli moat, tee-making, dairy operations, the 
pmwri-alion of fooil, milking hicad, biscuila, Ac., tlie manufaoinra of confectionery, of condi- 
nentB, uf ooooaood ohoculule, and tho production and bottling of aerated watc 



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The cUasJflntion of this Group will be found on page 107. 

Chisi 17a has Iveu addvd to tho Claaaifleatimi at the sngge^on of tho Sub-Conmutl 



Under it should be displayed u nnnibcr of illustrative specimens to show the comparatiTI 
value of diSorout clrcss fiibriM, witli referuiicc to their " warmth," their hygroaoopic props 
ties, the iDBuenceoftl.eooluur ofnuitcrhUs in modifying t]LeciIi:«>»Qf «aAt«a>V,«n\ '&«&'$ 




II would be vdl to show ander tlili clius modela and HrawingB illnatntiTe oT tbe 
effecld of pobonoiu djes (in clatbiDg) upon tbe skin. Malerinli dyed witb poiaDDOiu And 
non-paUonmu djm could be pUood toother for purpoaes of comparuon. 

Tlie scope of tbis clnsa maj bo mniiJoriibl]' exteuded, nod tbe section be nude (o 
dcnioDBCnito tbe scientific bnses of bmltby olutbing. 

The (objeot of UinxBCLOTHnia is of sacb great importance that the Sab-Committc« an 
prepared to sirang^ foi a speoial display of malarinls and garments, Ac, worn next to tbe 
skin. Somfl of these vill be sbown in a special aimele, to which females alone trill bare 
McesB, or which will at least not be open to both sexes at one time. As one ipeoiol fe«tnre 
in luob an eibibition, Uie Suh-Oommitlee would suggest a scrios of nndela displajing the 
flrat olotbing uf inhnts a« adopted in tbo Tariona countries of the world — so (h u each 
examples oouhl bo obttiincd. 

Class 13. It is gnggcsted that, as far as poaaiblo, clrcsaea and costumee shown ahoiilJ 
be displnjed open lay figures, and that tlio exhibition of ancient ooelomes stiould be 
eooonmgcd in prefereoco to modom reproductioug of the same. 

Class 15. It is Boggoated Uiat tbo subject of suitable dreeeos for axtremeclimatosBlKiaM 
be demomtnlul witb as much detnil as possible. 

Cluas IG. Undw this class it is suggested that eaproial attention sbonld be giren la 
dresses suitable for women engaging in oxcroise, such as dresses for mountaineering, for the 
mooru, for swimming, for horso eifrciso, for gymoastica, and the lilic. 

Class 17. Under this claas abonld be Eiclonlly demonstrated the tbIuc of certain enb- 
itanoca used for making muslin and light fabiira non-indninmable. The Tarious artificial 
itiucbcs mode for this purpose ahould bo displayed, and their use and effect demonstTaled. 
The dicsu of female opciativos engaged ainnng machinory may be dealt with in this 
oIam; also special dresses recommended or in nso in factories and occnpntiona of special 
character, b^„ dresses for lead and other factoTiog ; drosses of nunes and tlok attendants ' 
of soldier* and sailors; life-saving dresses ; firemen's drosses. 

Class 19. Under this class will be exhibited dress injurious to health, casta of feet 
defonneil by boots, ie., sptiinl and thoiacic deformities ascribed to light-lacing ; models to 
•how the petition of the Ti»ccni displayed by such practices, and the like- 
Class 19 The Sub-Committee would enggest tbe fallowing under this heading : 

Machine vernu tland-wcQTing. 

Glove making by machinery. 

Lboo making, illustratod by oporativoa from Houiton, NottiogluuD, 

Brussels, &ts. 
The making of hats. 

The making of boots and ehoes, and of lasts for the same. 
Tlio dressing of fun and certain skins. 
Bewing and knitting mooliines, &o. (in limited nambor}. 
The mannfacture of waterproof &brica. 
The making of crapo and some special fiibricB. 
The application of jute to the mannfooture of dress bbrioa. 
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WATER SUPPLY AND DRAINAGE OF THE 
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This Committee donl witb the fulloning ClaasoB of Group 8 :— 21, 22, 23, and 27 : tlw 
oSi^ihI clweidcatioD U given on page 107. 

With a Tie* to bringing before the public eiamplra nnt only of thonmghl; good 
aniiilatj arrnngements, but also of the di'feota existing in ordinEU7 liomicB. tbe Commiltoe 
liuvo, with the laDfltiou of the Bl^intLve Oonncil, anderlaken to HupeiruG the eroction of 
two model dwellings in the ground* of Ike Eihtbitioii, one of wlilcb nill show m fsr ae 
can bo done on the limited icnlo, a bolue witb gnod Baaitar; arrangemontd, while (be othui 
will show the uiual defects. In the tatter case, no attempt will be made to exaggerate tbo 
orditurj oonditious; bat the obji.-ct will be to reiirodnce accuratol; a state of things 
unfortuiiDtely bat loo common. 

The Committee wilt be glad to receive from mannfactariin Hhatever examples they 
maj think ptnper to anbrnit for exhibition of the articlea iodie&tud by the olnssiQcation. It 
is to bo borne in mind tliat in all cases the exhibits must liave a distinct bearing upon 
hinlth. and that ftrchiteetnro or building conatniction gonorallj is outside tlio soopo of tba 
Exhibition. 

The exigencies of apace will not permit the EieoatiTe of the Exbibition to invito 
oontribuliona iUnstrative of ftebemt^B for drainage, water supply, &r., applicable 
largo ilislcieta, and it is therefore to be undtrslood thai the exhibits must be confined to 
domestic nmttatioD alone. 

The closaificution sulBeienlty indicates the class of objects d(«ired for oxliibilion. 
Committee would impress upon exhibitors the desirability of, M far m possible, exhiUtiug 
Ihcir own manufaclurea only, not those of other loakcrs-, and also of restrletiug their 
cihibils to t;|iicu] eitunplea of their applianecB, and of not sending more than a ungle 
example of each article. Indtx^d, the Committee cannot undertake to And space fur thing* 
nbich are aubsUutlally duplicate of one anolbcr 

As the exliibition will be a place of popular re-sort, and is intcodud for the instructicni 
of the general public ratlier than specialials, it will bo dosirabb that exliibilora of sanitaTr 
wares thonld assist the Committee in making such arrangements as will bring the iirticlcs 
which it is nnrnscinrj to show before the notice of the public in a mnnner as agreeable as 
possible. It will of coorw bo necessary to sbow examples of closets, urinals, &v., but these 
should bo so arranged that while it tuay be pcesibte for anybody desiring to inspect their 
aelioD to have full opportunity of doing so, Ihey yot will not attract geoentl atloutiun 
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J CONSTRUCTION AND FITTINGS OF THE DWELLING- 
HOUSE. 

The portion of Group 3, the Dwelling-houHO, with which this Committee deal is thfttJ 
nprued within Classes 20, 28, 29, 30 aii<l SI. The offloial daasiflcation is on page 107. 
It should bo distinctly nnderslooil with regard to all the above classes tlint only 

as have a distinct bcnring upon licalth can be admitted. Hpecimena, IheR'foni, 
IBlwtraUng building cnngtruclion gtnerally, the Ji-ooration of haoKS, ta W»ni ^iw\»,i« 



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ouinot be kdmHtod imleM the; are shoirti to liave actual tvhTenoe to tlte health of the 
ItunatM or the honaea. 

Thii CoDnnittoe is oo-openting vith tlie Oommittee on Water Sopplj uid Dninsge 
in saperintenJiDg the erectiun of two modpl dwellings in the EiUUiib'on grounda, the one 
ehuwfng good, ami the other allowing dofective tftoitar; iirmiiKompnta. Farthci particnlKT* 
abunt theao model dwcUinga will be funad ia the Memomiiilaiii iaeai^ b; the Sab- 
Cummitteo above referred to. 

It ia deaircid that cihibitora ihanld ahow, as ^ n« poaailile, their own mannfactnnB 
otilf, and not those nf uther mokora, and tbey alionld reatrirt their oxhibila to tjrpical 
examplca of their rippliiuiocft. not acnding tnore tliHn a ainglc example of each article. 

In Cloaa 20 it ia deairod to show nut odI; models and designs for sunitary hODBca, but 
■lao, M far as potsible, Bpocinunia ahuwing their oonatrDclion. It ia denrable that thoee 
exhibiton who are prepared to oreot apedmena of actual baildiogi shoiild, ae ftLT as poasible. 
eo-operate with other exhibiluT* who ma; be di?ain>aa of ahowin;; fittings or fumitiue for 
rach boildiugs. The Executive Oonucil will endeavour to nwilitatc such lurangenieiiti^ bnt 
It will be di«irable that the exhibitun should H^^ee Ix^tween theoiselves as to the manner in 
which Each oellective exhibits may be arrangt-d. 

The classifloation in Class !tl safflcicntlj indieutiis the objeots it is deairablo to show. 

Utuler Chus 29 ma; be iticluJed, in onlcr to draw atttintion to existitig defects, 
apecimeus of iiisanilnrjr ili«nrution, such as iinoniCHl wall-{«|i(ira. hanjcings, te., so that 
the public may hn taught wlinl tn avolil. Special interest would atlacb to anj evidenoe of 
•qoallj good effects being oiitainoil b; the osc of harmless inatcrisU, and iu man; oases 
It maj be dosiruble to show, aide b; side for purposes'of eomparison. pnpen, bbrica, to., 
treated with poisonous oolonriug matters, and also witli colouring mnttors of a honDleas 
eharacter. 

With n^iard to Clan 30, it mnj be Doted that apocimens of fomitnro vonld be Radii; 
raeeivod which oau be ehovn (o have any connection with liealtli. 

The original arrangemeat of Cloaa HI iiaa been aoDiewliat altered. Matters relating to 
the care of the sick and woundi'd in nu. or of those ii^urcd b; acciditit at an; time, have 
been taken out of this class, and a spt«ial grnip has boon formed to wbicli the; have been 
Icrerred.namelyGronp Ilia. Ambulance. (Smpar/e lOS). The Class has also been mmowliat 
enlarged in another direction, so thnt it includes all appliances for personal cleanliness, 
pnblio and pHrntc baths, fte. It is hoped that a full diepla; of these nin; bo forthcoming. 
Tlie Eiocutivo Council have hod under considcratiun tlic quoBtiou of fitting up baths for 
actual use iu the Exhibition, as was done in the Berlin Exhibition, but it has been decided 
that it would bo suMcieul (o show biilha oomplelel; Qtled, without putting tbt-m into outiou. 



HEATING, LIGHTING, VENTILATING AND SMOKE ■ 
ABATEMENT OF THE DWELLING-HOUSE. ^ 

The pMtion of Griiup 3, the Dwelling, with which this Committee ded ia that com- 
[ted within Classes 21, 29 and 2G. The nUiciul elasaieoation ia ^voii on page 107. 

In Class 21 will be ijicluded Mwthods of Warming: — (l)by open and closoil graiosand 

•"^ : (8) b; water, air, sleam, and gas Bppar[ltll^ designed to heat only .- (a) by Bimil«r 

M^ bal oombiaiag provision for ventihition and the heating of more than sma 



■paxtment; (4) b; ■Lmilu nppluuices Tor domiilic use, epcdally Josigncd fur tbo eoonomioill 
cooiiDiuptioD of fuel, and iuteiidal (a lumimiae the prodltollou of Buioku or OUiei noxiov 
prodauU of ooDibiutinD. 

Dnioeatio KilcheDors will be inolndud in thia class, but sppliaDoea far oooker; on ■ 
liuge scale will mora pcopcrlj bo nmnged undf r Ciaiis 6 (Cnokerj. &i:.)- 

Funukc«fl aiul »iaua boilura fur mAnafuc taring operatioiu arc out cosaidored to ti 
nithin thu «iiopo of the present Exliibitiuo. 

In CluB 25 will bo inoludod apocial nppliancra for vcnliUtion. othor than those whieh "I 
rua; be oausidsred moro auitablo fur ObisH 24, Tbrae will incluilo tniTtna for cooling the »ft j 
Bii|ipliud to rooms: mi:&Dfl for improving the condition of the air in rooms; metlioila fbr 
SL-llin;; uir : tUe results of exptirimi'uUl rosi^arphcs lata the state of air ritiatiHl b; ootO' 
bnaliim or by rrspirution ; resalli of expotimunta oil Tcntilation. and any otlier mesiu of 
offfctilig improvumout in mnttiin relating to tliiaclaiisor of diffuiiug knowledge about them. 

Tbo eCBeial olaBsificati'm suSoienllj iQdii:>ilea the class of exhibits whiob are desired 
for Chise 26. It mii; be adilol that olootrio lighti'ig is to be Uiuiled to illnstrations of ita 
appliculioo to dumcatic lighting. Its use on s large bolIo will be jiracticaily illuslrattd bj ■ 
Ihu arningemonts made for ligbtiog the Exhibition itself. In llio same way, the commerautl I 
mnnulBcturaof gna ia not included, though its production on a small scale fur priiato nse ia. 
Eibibits showing Uio progress of domestic lighting, and aflbrding meana of oampaiiaon 
between old and new systems, ore specially dosirecL Pliotomi-tric and other teats for 
illiuninating matoriula Duty be addud to the list contained in the cUssifiuition, and it la 
detirablo tluU methods of gas ligbUng, which eithur asuist, or do not ialerrerc with th* 
YL'utiUtloiit ahoold bo shown. 



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The clRdeificjitiiin of tlieeo Iwo groups — 1, the Subool; and S, Eihioatiomai. Woso 1 
and Aj'fLiAiiCBs — is given on pages 1U8, 109. 

It will be seen that in Group 1 are comprised all the exhibits relating to achool o 
ctructiou, to the improvumcot of the sanitary condition of school buildings, and to mei 
for promoting the boilth of the scholars by physind elciciees and otherwise. 

The classiflcation snfflcLenCly shows Iho diuisctcr of the exhibits the Coaimitl«e would 1 
wish la see providoil. Tbey would, however, lay special stresi on those ineluded fa ■ 
Cliu* 39, and relatiug to physical «lnration. They would be glad to am included os nianj 
models a* may be convenient of typical clemcnlary schools, and tbey would appeal dr this 
purpose to Scbnol autfaoritiee and Managers in this and other countries, and to architccta 
who have given special utlention to school cons true tinD, for the loan of such models, a* well 
OS of plans and diagrams. The admission of the lutti^, however, must be to a oertaiQ , 
extent limiled by consiilcratiunB of space, 

As regards Cluoa 4(1 of this Group — and the same remark will apply to CIms S5 ii 
Group &— the Committee are anxious that this class should be limited, with a view ta 
preventing the ICxbibition being overburdened with literature. Books stowed away in 
glaied coses, the backs only being visible, as is the usual cnslom in cxhibilioDS, ore of 
little practical value ur interest ; and if available for eiaminalioii a constant watch u 
nuoBssary. 

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this Ooamittoe — relalca entirely to edsoaUmiBl irurkH and apptiuKKs, tbe«e being tcetricted 
to BDoh, in the flnt inBtuioe, m attach to pHmoij Bcboola, and Bccondlj, to acientiSe, 
orliati'^, nod tooboicftl oducaliou iu aoooudary and lugber ptsde scbooU, it being ntidoralogd 
that Clow 40 comprisKB what maj be ounsidered aa techmca] edncutiun for womeo. 
Itegtutling this Gronp it will be noted that in GTeff Olaw where they can oome in, esmnplei 
of apeoimena of aduul work are inoludcd. In the c«.m of primary and Eu&ut aclioola the 
I ConunlUee would be glad to see this part of the Exhibition strictly limitnl to what <• 
tmporlant or oharMterutio, and the aome remark lo a great fiteut applies to Cliua 49. 

Tlis Oomtnitteo would wish lo arrauge for as large a display of maps and diugtania u 
the wall apaoo available will ponoit. 

Of the ipedmeaa of work ot a handicraft or technical cbantcler, the Committee wnuld 
be glad lu «ea aa rull a oalleetion an poeaiiile, cspi^ciiiUy of the higbui dua» or work done in 
oertain fureign sohools. 

Tlie Oommittre do noteonaidor it at ull noceasary thnt eitenaiTecollK'tionB of appamtni 
aud llttinga for inbat and olomontary aclioola in uho in this eountry shuuld be aliown, 
cepociully when it is remembered thai the elumtional eultectioa of the South Kenaington 
HuMum is in the close neighbourhood of Ibo Exhibition. 

Among other points, on the importance of whioli the Commitlee wonld lay tlitm, may 
bo meutionod the ariistio decorution of sohoolroomii, the exhibition uf works of art soitable 
for Dae in aohoola, and the exhibition of objixl* auitablo for school muHCums, or poaaibly of 
a tTpioal echool museum. 

Aa regards the inalruction of the blind and o( the deaf and dumb — aa in all etiiet 
(lopiirUu(!nt« — the Committoe would like the Tarious systema to bo folly rcpresenttn], and it 
should be nndcrslood that do preference would be given lo one system above another on 
DWoiint of any individual views whidi members of the Cammiltou mi);bt enterlaiu. 

It will be notlcnl thnt in Class 55 are included the effects of cnmniing and overwork 
in the young. The Committee underatand tliat this subject is mentioned in the clasaifl- 
rallon merely in order that it might be inolndud amongit the subjects (or Confereneea, aud 
they do not nuderetoud that any exhibits intended to illnetrato it will bo sought for. 

As nganla coUccIiva displn; a (Cluas 5ti), the Conmiittea will oudoivonr lo organise 
diepliiya of tliis obarurtiT, which aru liktly to have a higher eilucatiunal valoe than the 
cxbibilion of ai'purule arliclea. ^^_ 



INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION.^! 

An International Congress on Edncational matters will be hold during the week 
commencing Augnirt 4, in couneclion with the "Education" section of the Exhibition. 
Amongst the various ijubj'i«la «hioh it is proposed to disonss ma; be mentioned the 
following :—ConditiouB of Utalthy Education ; Infant Training and Tenchicg; Technical 
Teaching; Teaching of Huelo in BcbooU; Special Teaching, e.g., of tlie Deaf and Dumb 
aud Blind; School Museums and Libraries; Training of Teacbera; Piomotioii of Thrift 
by Agency of Schools; Inspection of BohooU; Examlnationa ; Uighor and UniTOtaity 
Gdaealion, Ac. 

A complete programme, which will be drawn np by tbo Sub-Committee appointed (■ 
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Tbo folloiring heads Indicuta thu aHietcs kuJ appliaticea olilah the Gommiltee 
Biiiiuna maj be shown by the Army Meilicnl D^'partrnt^nts of various couatrios, tho Boci 
catablUUofl tu rcniluT tud to the eick dad wouudod iu wm, aud oUior arguaisikliona wLi 
may be able and willing to contribute. 

1. Poraonal Surgical Equi|jiacQl, M caraiod by the Hodicol Officers of tho oroiy 

2. Appliances fur treatment of woundi, carried by Ihe Boldier Limwif in tlie Sold. 

3. Poraonal Barglml Eijnlpmont cnrrjed by ambulance ftttendauta in tho fields, con- 
nistiiig of Burgicul havoraikcka (Uaviesacs SaoibiirOB), luodtcino paunicra (CuiBeoa 
SAniluiros), surgical knapsacllB, Bold compuniouB. 

'4. Ambulance Appliances cairiod by men, such as stretchers (Bronoards), hammocks, 
dbouliee and palanquins. 

5. Wheeled Conveyaccas wheeled by moo — wheeled stretchetB. 

(!. Ambnlonce Equipment carried by mnlsa, horses, &o, Caeoleta, Liti^res, Monntaln 
Ambulance Equipment [Ambulance de Montagne), cooking equipment for moun* 
tain oompaigns — portable meitiebo citcsts, oampressed drugs, 3io. 

7. Whoded TeUcles uaod for the oonTeyaooe of sick. Foorgous ooulaining the 

eqn^nieat of Hospitul Corps mrgery waggons, equipment waggons, fleld oooking 
wagg(»ia, pbamuicy wugguos, nnrsing otonsils onrried in wa^oua of Geld hoBpltaL 
Books of iiutruotion for use. Diiigmma. 

8. Bailway Ambidaoccs consisting of carriages for wounded, with fittings, cooking 
carriagea, and all the equipment of ambulance tnuus. Bluterials for converting 
ordinary carriages iuto ambulanoc carriages. 

It would be UHuful if some attcudaiils aooustomod to tho use of tho material 
acoompamod the articles. 

The articles will be arranged in BooordaDce with the ctassifieation of 
SlB, girea od page 108, 



THE WORKSHOP. 

le illustrated, in as practical a 



This Sub-Committee desire to see illustrated, in as practical a manner as ponible, 
relation of Indcsthial CosuiTioyg and Pbocesses In IIialth. The plow o/jtrodi 
of all articled used by man Is for the present purpose spoken of as Tkb Wobesbof. 
L In this deporbueut of the Exhibition are comprised Classes 41-46. (5iv page 108/ar 

r ■ Tho following heads show tho principal subjects which the Sab-Committeo ate aoxjon* 
should be illustrated in the several classes of this department, the iUnatrntlons being 
expected to Inclodo alike the conditions of injury to health and the means proposed for 
improvement. 

Besides sppaTDtuB nsed, or proposed for ose, with a view (o mioimise danf[<?r to life 
health, the Exhibits may comprise models, drawings, specimens both of harmfol 
and implored products, &e., aud the Committee will be specially glad lo receive 



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1S8 IfUenuUional HeaUk ExhibiUon. 



of spedmeDB, modelfl, diagramB, photographs, Ac, showing existing evils of noxioiiB con- 
ditions which have been modified by recent improvements. 

(a) Ykstilation of thi Wobxshop: 

By simple disoharge of internal air. 

By destroying offensive or injurious quality of diseharged air. 

(b) Efflutium Nuisahoes: 

By oondensing and utilising vapours. 

By consuming vapours. 

By other means, as in gas works. 

(s) DtsT NuiSANCBs: e,g, — 

In needle grinding, mother-o*-peail working, in weaving sheds, 
(d) Dakoib from Mineral Poisons: e,g, — 

In arsenic works, white-lead works, playing-card making, card-bronzing, phos- 
phorus and match manufacture. 

€) Danokb fbom Animal Poisons: e.g. — 
In Wool-sorting, rag-picking. 

(/) Prevention of Accidents in the Workshop : e,g. — 

Protection against heat, injuiy to eyes; against explosions in the Mine and 
elsewhere. 



METEOROLOGICAL 

It is desired to illustrate as far as possible the rehitions of meteorology to health, and 
for this purpose a special Sub-Committee has been formed. The classification is given on 
page 109. 

It is hoped that the Royal Meteorological Society will establish a Typical Climatological 
Order Station, provide the complete equipment, and supervise the same. This will be 
arranged on a level grass space about 30 feet square, which space will be railed in, and 
provided vrith a gate through which a limited number of the public can from time to time 
be admitted. 

The attendant will take daily observations from the instruments, which will be exhibited 
in diagrams, and a copy of them furnished to the Editorial Department of the Exhibition, 
for publication in the Daily Programmes and also as a communiqnd to the Press. 

It is hoped that a scries of large diagrams illustrative of the climatal conditions prevailing 
in various parts of the world may be exhibited. 

Besides the collective exhibit above described, space will be provided for the exhibition 
of instruments by manufacturers, inventors, and others, who may desire to show them. 
Attention is particularly directed to the fact that the Committee specially invite the 
exhibition of meteorological instruments bearing upon the relations of Climatology to Public 
Health. 

The Committee also appeal to authors of Papers upon the relations between health and 
disease, rainfall, percolation, evaporation, and flow from the ground, and other subjects 
embraced by the Exhibition, and invite them to exhibit diagrams, models and apparatus 
illustrative of their researches. 

It should be borne in mind that instruments which are not considered to come within 
tlie ^cope of the Exhibition, as bearing on the relations between Meteorology, Climatology 
and Health, will not be held admissible. 



H Among tboM which it is oonaidurud deairaUe U> Bbow luaj bo nicutiuDixI : — J 

^m Buontetcl*. Ainni'tera. ■ 

^fe Anouiila. Bain Oaugte. ■ 

H Thonnoaieton. Aulnnuitic Mi:teoroli>gical Apimratua. I 

H Earth Thennometcni. BucHhitio Rivortkra. ■ 

■ llwmiametcr Stauda. EvnpciniUou Guuges. 1 

H Bj-gramoU^iB. OzoDO Pupura. I 

H Aneniometera. OKDDouicU'rH. I 

Hukora nre nifncistcd to oonfliio their ixhibita for the moBt piirt to iiigtrumcuta nr tiiiAl 1 
oirn lUHiiuhotnre, and not to multiply exainplcH of idtntioal, oi nearly iJontiral, iuilfB-' I 

LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. I 

The Exccnlive Council have aeaigiivd a large toom, in the Koyal Albert IIoll, to be I 
tuvd aa a Libnuy and Ocuiliag Boom in connoctioD with this Exhibitioo, whiuh bM | 
Uen dccurale'l tind riiniiihed by Kvann. Liberty A. Co., 142 BegoDt Stc-Ql, W., and ia I 
now opuned lo the puhlio, nJmiaiinn free, from 11 a.k. to 6 f.m. Aulhorg, Publiabors sad I 
otbetB have bcvD invited to send copies of works on aubjeota embraced in either or twUi 1 
of tbc two DirialonB of the Eihibitiun— Health and Euccatidn. 

The Boaka rL-eeivcd have been claaaifled and catalogncd, and mode available for the 
use, in the Library and Reading Room, of the public viailiug the Exhibition. A Catalogue 
is printed. All Fackagos containing Boobo for the Romling mom und Library aliould be 
forwarded.carriogepaid.lo the Librarian, Royal Albert Hall, S.W. The Executive Council 
cannot hold theniaolrea n-aponaible fnr any loiis or damagL- to Hooka sent iu by ExLibitoilt "I 
but a rcTerBDOC to tbe Reflations will ahuw tlial every precaution hue been taken. 

I LABORATORY. 

MoDBL Labobatoues Or PcBLia Health fur the didptay and demonstration of Methods I 
vf Examining Foud, Air, Water, Boil, and Confitruetive Mnteriola uf Durellinge, Diein- J 
fcctmita, etc, vill bo formed. Tboso LaboratoricB vould affunl an inatiuctivo modi'l tot% 
Diunicipnlitiee and soailory authorities. 

LABOnATOBT FOS BlOUMIOAL BrSEASCH, 

L Under the cliaige of Mr. Watsok Chethb and an Aasiatiuit 

H The Laboratory will lie divided inio a large room— the LalxiraUiry proper — and IhiM I 

[^BmU ones, two for incubatora, etc., niid one for cleacahig purpoeos. 

The oiliibit wilt include all tbe inslruments, mutoriala, and mothoda (abort of the 
nclnnl inoeulotiou of animals) employed in the investigution of the bacterui and funjp 
assodatod with llio zymotic diseoecB of man, animala, and piniits. The methods of toBllng 
tbe power uf diainfeclanta will, within tbe aame limits, be also shown. 

In more detail there trill bu tihibited: the materials and processes employed in pre- 
paring sttiiliaed cultivating media — cultivations of varions micro-organlsma, especially 
tlioso OAaociated with diacsse — modes of demonstrating bacteria bj staining, eLo, — mode* 
of investigating bacteria in ati, water, and soil, and of ieolnting and studying the organism* 
roDod — melhoda for testing tbe power of chemical agents in destroying bacteria, with 
UlnsllntiDlui — photogrnpha of llie various micro-organisma — uik;n>-phot«grophio apparatiu — 
totemca, miotcsoopcs, iucubutors, purifying chambers, ol«. 
Domotubatioiu will be given &om timo to tinso, al which several of the mattca J 



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mentionod aboro will be illusimted, mich aa ilie fonna of nuriooa micro-oigaiiinM — odUI- 
vations of aome organianiB to show their modes of gmwth— methoda of piepariiig atfriHwil 
oultirating matorialB, and of canying oot a ecriea of pure onltiTaiioiia — metlioda of 
examining air, earth, and water for bacteria. 

HTGiKino Labobatort, 
Under the charge of Professor Cobitild assisted by Mr. GasaaL 

In this will be exhibited all the apparatos necessary for the Fhysioal, Obemical, and 
Microsoopical examination of Water, Air, Soils, Foods, Disinfeotants, etc^ and alao for tha 
examination of Sanitary Applianoes. 

ninstrationB of the following will be given >— 

MioroBoopioal examination of water sediments; chemical examination of mineial and 
of organic matters in sospcnsion and solution in water; growth of organisms in gelatine 
and sugar solutions ; testing the Talue of filters. 

Methods for estimation of the carbonic acid in air; including the ** houaehold test;" 
detection of other gaseous impurities ; chemical and microaoopical examination of tha 
organic matter in air. 

Mechanical, chemical and microscopical examination of soils. 

Chemical and microsoopical examination of varkms articles of food and drink ; deteo* 
tion of adulteration. 

Examination of ** disinfectants," wall papers, articles of clothing, etc 

Apparatus for experiments illustrating the movements of air in pipes, eta, and its 
passage through various materiab; methods for testing the soundness of drain pipes and 
soil pipes ; the cfficionoy of traps and other apparatus ; and any other experiments con- 
nected with Hygiene. 

Physical, Chemical, and Microscopical Demonstrations will be given from time to time. 



LONDON WATER SUPPLY. 

It is intended to illustrate by means of modols, sections and diagrams, in a Pavilion 
specially constructed for the purpose, the Water Supply of all the Metropolitan Water 
Companies. 

This Sub-Committee will specially deal with sources of supply, methods of filtration 
(including full-sized sections of the filter-beds) and distribution, giving particulars respect- 
ing quantity and area under constant supply. They will also show the quality of the 
water as supplied by each company — ^bringing into the Exhibition water from each 
company ; and they will publish analyses of the some ; and generally display such other 
exhibits as will convey to the public at large an idea of the magnitude and importance of 
the Metropolitan Water Supply. 

INDIA. 

The object which this Sub-Committee think should be kept in view in considering the 
arrangements for the Indian Section of the Exhibition is the illustration, in as vivid a 
manner as possible, of the actual life of the masses of the people of India, as regards the 
three especial objects of the Exhibition, their Food, their Dress and their Dwellings ; also, 
but to a less extent, their Education. 



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^P The Conmiittee foel tlitit tlioy uiuatiiot relysalulyouooDtribationa troa Iiiilia,bi]t thnt 
they mnrt aIm expect the aid both of trmlere and of privato iadiridnals in Englaml, in 
eoenriiig an effoctii'o Indian diaplaj. They arc, thereforo, anxioufl lliat it should bo di»- 
liurtly onilerBtood Ihnt applicatioiiB for space from Indiim tmdera in Engiand will bo 
TfoJily ooQudered, provided, of couree, Ihul the proposed eihibita are of a charactor Bnitnblu 
for the Exhibition. As togarda Group I, Food, it will bo deeimbte that there should be 
complete coUoctions of the ordiDnry food of the people in some selected distriota of each 
priDoipal provinie. Whors poaaiblo, it would be desirable to have the prepared food 
itoclf; vhen this canooi be done, tbe raw mati-'riala and models might be ahown. Thus fw 
a Deecan district, eatnplos of bajra and jowar, the chief grain foods, of wheat, dhal and 
pulsra, and of tbo Qour as prepared by the nntivcB for nw ; models of the chowpaltis or 
InuvcB ; then tho condimenta, salt, pepper, pickles, etc, as aetunlly used; ghi, gnr, and 
sweetmeats with tlie griudatonGa ; modi'la of "cbulaa" or cookiug etovea nud the likei 
cooking pots, dishes, etc, aa naod. For a coast district, rico in its various pn^pamtioiis, salt 
und dried fiab, etc 

Specimens also of Indian food-stuffs imported in this conotry are doaircd, aa well aa 
specimens of tho various ooodimeiitg, pickloa, preserves, etc., manufactured either for Euro- 
pean ot local use. Mudi:U of ediblo rraits, especially those known in this country in adriod 
state, would bo nseful. Also representations or stnlTod gpeciinens of animals and Qsh need 
aa food. Any illustrationa of tlie processes of preparing rice, lea, ooCTee, etc, would bo 
welcomed. It would cortitinly create great interest hero if a few native cooks could be 
bronglit orei, wilt plenty of malcrials, who would couk daily, for sole, say a good Mnsaul- 
luan dinner and a good UinJu dinner, with afoompaLiimeuts such us ore used at caste feattii .^h 
weddings, etc. ^f 

As regards Group 2, Dross, tho moat important thing will bo to show tbe clothing, ottt, 
of reprGSKntuliveclasaesinrcprcaeutativedistrictaof each province; thus, &om Bombay thero 
might be aGujeratpatidur, a Deecan banyo. aEankan Bshcrman, a Borah trader, a Parsoe 
merchant — with their women: from Bengal and Miulras. similar typical examples. Tbo 
dresses shonld be shown on lay fignroi, and should bo the ordinary habiliments of the people 
with their ordinary omamoDta. also with cbarpsjs. kamlis, msois. etc. Exhibita illuatraling 
the construction of ludian fabrics, and spe<nmem of any fabrics of special intorest oro 
desirable, also illustrations of silk onlture, eapeoially tassur. 

In Group 3, tho Dwelling, possibly there might be fxnct models of the better class of 
hoDso* in roptcsontative districts (eayof a onltJTatorof the better class, a banker, a shop- 
keeper), of (he oottogoB of tlic lower classes, the buts of weavers, fishermen, ete., of Enro- 
pcan up-country bungalows, and of a bit of a bazaar in an op-conntry town. With those 
models should bo shown small Qgtues, dressed to represent the people at their mmal avoca- 
tions; models of their fumitura and of their domestic animals might be put into their 
booaca. Models of native schools, and any matters connected with the education of tha 
people, wonld be acceptable. Punkas, tattis and tbermanlidotea should be admitted, and 
other means of cooling air drinks, &o. ; also menns for carrying and preserving water. 

If, besides the cooks above mentioned, other Indian workmen could bo brought over, 
potters, blacksmiths, weavers, clothworkcra, ombroidcrerB, silvcnniiths, 9x., it would form a 
moat interesting feature in tliis Exhibition, and, aa iUustrutins the life of tho people of India, 
pMsibly not to unaoiUiblB l^tnre. 



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JURY COMMISSION. 

H.B.H. the Pbinci or Walbs, as Prosident of the InternatioDAl Health Ezhilntioii, 
has delegatod to a Commission, solectod from among the memben of the Ezeoative Oomicil, 
the duty of making arrangements for the effootiye oaiijing oat of the work of the Inte^ 
national Juries. 

This Commission consists of :— Lord Beay (Chairman); Bir James Paget, Bart,F.BA ; 
Bir Frederick Abel, C.a, F.B.S., D.C.L. ; Hir Philip Cnnliffe-Owen, KCILG^ 03^ QLE.; 
Dr. George Buohannn, F.B.S. ; with Mr. H. Tnieman Wood (Secretary of the Booie^ of 
Arts) ; and Mr. Gilbert R. Rodgrave, Assoa Inst C.E., Joint Secretaries. 

His Royal Highness has expressed his wish that the Exhibitors should themaelTes aid 
in the selection of Jurors, and in order to carry this suggestion into effeoty the Exhibitort 
will each of them be requested to enter, on a form proyided for the pnrpoee, the names of 
tliroe gentlemen to be recommended as Jurors. 

From the list thus formed the (Commission will make a selection. They will eudeavoor 
to give full weight to the opinions expressed by Exhibitors : but it must be onderstood that 
they will not feel themselves restricted to the list of names suggested, especially as the 
gentlemen recommended by a majority of the Exhibitors may, in some oases, be unwilling 
or unable to senre. 



PRIZES OFFERED BY THE SOCIETY OF ARTS. 

The Council of the Society of Arts announce that they are prepared to award the 
following prizes in connection with the International Health Exhibition : — 

Under the John Stock Trust, a Society's Oold Medal or £20, for the best example of 
sanitary architectural construction, Classes 20, 28, 29, 30, 82. 

Under the Sliaw Trust, a Society's Gold Medal or £20, for the most deserving exhibit 
in Classes 41, 42, 43, and 45 (relating to Industrial Hygiene). 

Under the North London Exhibition Trust, a Society's Gold Medal or £20, for the best 
set of specimens illustrating the handicraft teaching in any school— Classes 49 and 50. 

Under the Fothcrgill Trust, Two Gold Medals (or two sums of £20), one for the best 
exhibit in Class 27 (Fire Prevention Apparatus), and one for the best exhibit in Class 26 
(Lighting Apparatus). 

From the Trevelyan Prize Fund, Five Gold Medals (or five sums of £20), for the best 
exhibit in each of the following Classes — 2, 3, 6, 7, and 11 (all comprised within Group 1, 
" Food *'). 

The ** Siemens Prize," a Society's Gold Medal or £20, for the best application of 
Gas to Heating and Cooking in Dwellings. 

Given by Mr. J. L. Stacy, a Society's Gold Medal or £20 for the best exhibit in Class 30. 

Each prize will be a Gold Medal, or the sum of £20, at tlie option of the recipient. 

The Council propose to ask the juries in each class to recommend for their consideratioQ 
either two or three exhibits which they might consider deserving a prize. It will be 
assumed that all the exliibits in the classes specified, which oome under tho above defini- 
tions, are eligible for the awards. It will not bo nocessary for any special application to 
bo made in respect of those Prizes. 



The foUo'wing is the arrangement of the Hand- 
books, Conferences, and Lectures, as they 
are published in Volumes:— 

Price 7s. ed. per Volume. 

HEALTH IN THE DWELLING. 

With Pkefack bv Sik Henry W. Dvke-Aci.anr, K.C.B., &c., &c 

VOLUME I. (Published.') 

HEALTH IN THE VILLAGE. By Sii Henry W. Dyke-Actand, K.C.B., 

D.C.L., M.D., F.R.S., &c. i&c. Tlluitralal. 
HEALTHY NURSERIES AND BEDROOMS, INCLUDING THE LYING- 

IN.ROOM. By Mrs. Giad,?lr.ne. 
HEALTHY AND UNHEALTHY HOUSES IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. 

By William Eassie, C.E.. wilh an Appcndii by Rogers Field, C.E. niuitraltd. 
HEALTHY FURNITURE AND DECORATION. By Rubeit W. Edis 

F.S.A, IllHttratel. 
HEALTHY SCHOOLS. By Charles E. Paget, M.R.C.S. 
HEALTH IN THE WORKSHOP. By James B. Lakeman, one ot H« 

Majesly's Inspectors of Factories. 
VENTILATION, WARMING, AND LIGHTING FOR DOMESTIC USB, 

By Captain Douglas Gallon, C.B., F.R.S. &c. &c Ilbatraltd. 
\INDEX TO VOLUME, 

, VOLUME II. {Published.) 

'MAN.SION HOUSE COUNCIL ON THE DWELLINGS OF THE 
POOR.— The Lord Mayor, President ; John Huner, Secretary, 3, Qaeen 
Victoria Street, E.C. 

" The Papulation of LeiKtcm >nd is Mfgntionl "— " Thi TreaUBent ot Ihe London Poor"— 
" Ontcro*d[iig "— " SuburbiD DwElIid);! aod Cheap RaUvay Fus "— " On the Ciulion 
of a GuildiDE FDiul" — "Sonie DiRicultiei of SanilArjr Legial^iiga ia the MeiropijlU"^ 
'* SilgffndDaa Eo die RjoyaJ Comnuulonen." 

ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS. 

Evnm Christian, President; William H. White, Secretary. a. Conduit 
Street, W. 

"TbcGwral Subject oT tha Coastmctioo of Houut with reiud 10 Sanitarf ATTviffeBenta** 
— "The Sanitary Arraaffemenl of RousQ ifx Londan Uurinf Ihe Iwt tM vearc ****> 

BaaemeRl Floor^ irilh a leference la Ventilation Uld WBtming IDcidenDiI thereto"— 
*'The CoDittucLHHi of Chimneys"-^" A Suuestion with reRanl to the Conitmctlon o' 

■node of Flnproof CoDUmcUoa, adapted In levenl uutmcei in Public and Priratg 
Botldinn"—''SanitarT Aspect of I nteiniU Fitting, afut Decoration "—" Thd HyeieDic 
nine of Colour"— " CoUcdion, Sloraae, Maugemeai. and Uiittibation of Water fgc 
Domeitie Puipotea." 
SOCIAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION.— Sir Richard Temple, Bart., G.CS.L, 
CLE, President: J- 1- CUfford-Smith, Secretary. I, Adam Street, 



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t aolTricaltoo of lafeetlnlu DiacaK should be otilieatoTYl".^''! 
Je lalegUlale further ropcctinc Uu dulia of Medial Officen of Huillht' 



"I4 il de^tabte ctuL aolTricaltoo of ^eetlnlu Diacue should be oliliEatoTYl''.^''la || 

INDEX TO VOLUME. 




VOLUME III. {Published.) 
OUSES. By Prolessor J. Frederick Hi 
ES. By T. Pridgin Tenle, F.R.C.S. 
HEALTHY TOWN AND COUNTRY HOUSES. By W. Eassie, C.E. 
FOUL AIR IN HOUSES. By Professor W. H. Corfield. M.D. 
VENTILATION IN CONNECTION WITH WARMING AND LIGHTINa, 

Hy Captain DouRlas Gallot), C.B., F.R.S. 
HEALTHY FURNITURE. By Robert W. Edis, F.S.A. 
DOMESTIC USE OF GAS. By Harold B. Diion, M.A. 
HEALTH IN THE WORKSHOP. By James R Latemin, 
Majesty's Inspectors □( Factories. 
%nvv aniTT-^MK-MT Oy Ernest HmI, M.R.C.S. 



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HEALTH IN DIET. 

With Preface by Professor Arthur sMmoajc, BCD., F.R.S. 

VOLUME IV. (PubUsked.) 

PHYSIOLOGY OF DIGESTION AND THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS. 

By Professor Arthur Gamgee, M.D., F.R.S. lihistraUd, 

DIET IN RELATION TO HEALTH AND WORK. By Alfred Wyntn 
Blyth, M.R.C.S., F.CS. JUustraUd. 

ON THE PRINCIPLES OF COOKING. By Septimus Beidmofe. 

FOOD AND COOKERY FOR INFANTS AND INVAUDS. By 11m 
Wood ; with a Preface by Robert B. Cheadle, M.D., F.R.CP. 

WATER AND WATER SUPPLIES; AND UNFERMENTED BEVERAGES. 
By Professor Attfield, Ph.D., F.R.S. 

SALT AND OTHER CONDIMENTS. By John J. Manley, M.A. 

ALCOHOLIC DRINKS. By John L. W. Thudichum, M.D., F JLCP. 

VINDEX TO VOLUME. 



VOLUME V. {Published.) 

f CENTRAL CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE.— Henrv ChRpnii, M.P^ 

President; Major P. G. Craigie, Secretary. 7, Amndel Street, Stiand, 

W.C. 

"The Sources of our Meat Supply."— " The Cautes which have Checked the Devdapacnt 
of our Home Production of Meat."—" Home-grown Meat Supply and the Increased 
Production of Home-grown MeaL**- "The Meant of Secunng the Supply of Meat to 
largely-populated Centres.** 

INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY.— Professor WUliam Odling, M.A., F.R.S., 
President ; Charles E. Groves, F.C.S., Secretary. Somerset House 
Terrace, W.C. 

" Food Adulteration and Analysis,** with Appendix. 

BRITISH BEEKEEPERS* ASSOCIATION.— The Baroness Burdett-Contts, 
President ; Rev. H. R. Peel, M.A., Secretary. Royal Horticultural Gaidens, 
O I S.W. 

" Foul Brood and its Preventloci.''—" Adulteration of Honey." 

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THE DIGESTIVE FERMENTS AND CHEMICAL PROCESSES OF 
DIGESTION. By Professor Arthur Gamgee, M.D., F.R.S. 

REARING OF HAND-FED INFANTS. By Edmund Owen, M.B., F.R.C.S. 

PRACTICAL DIETETICS. By Professor F. de Chaumont, M.D. 
^ CHEMISTRY OF BREAD-MAKING. By Professor Charles Graham, D.Sc 
pj I SCIENCE OF COOKERY. By Mattieu W. Williams, F.CS. 
h3 \PURE MILK. By G. W. Wigner, F.LC, F.CS. 

THE ENGLISH DAIRY. By Professor J. P. Sheldon, F.CS. 

THE DANISH DAIRY. By Alexander Mariboe. 

DAIRY MANAGEMENT. By Miss Marian Smithard. 

.ESTHETIC USE OF WINE. By John L. W. Thudichum, M.D., F.R.C,P. 

Index to volume. 



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HEALTH IN RELATION TO CIVIC LIFE. 

With Preface by Right Hon. Geob<~.b Sclatkr-Booth, M.P. 
VOLUME VII. {Publhhedr) 
/"OUR DUTV" IN RELATION TO HEALTH. By George Vivmn Ptwre, 
M.D„ F.R.C.P. 
INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND ITS PREVENTION. By Shirley F. Murphy, 

ACCIDENTAL IN-JURIES ; THEIR RELIEF AND IMMEDIATE TREAT- 
|t MENT. HOW TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS BECOMING MORE 

i SERIOUS. ByJauieiCaiUlie, M.A., M.B., F.R.C.S. IlluOralid. 

3 AMBULANCE: ORGANISATION. EQUIPMENT. AND TRANSPORT. 
3 { By Surgcon-Mjioi (J. J. H. Evan, M.D., A.M.D. llbislraul. 

\ CLEANSING STREETS AND WAYS IN TllE METROPOLIS AND 
: LARGE CITIES. By William Bocth Scott. M. InsL C.E, 

FIRES AND FIRE BRIGADES. By Cnplun Eyre M. Shaw. C.B. muHraltd. 

LEGAL OBLIGATIONS IN RESPECT TO DWELLINGS OF THE POOR. 

By Huiy Duff, M.A., Banistei-at-Law ; with a Ficrace by Anlmi Coheni 

Q.C., M.P. 

SCHOOLS OF ART. THEIR ORIGIN, HISTORY, WORK, AND IN- 

\ FLUENCE. By 

INDEX TO VOLUlrf 

VOLOMK vril. {Pukuhcd.) 
/SOCIETY OF MEDICAL OFFICERS OF HEALTH-lfi,.!™™ „r ik. r™ 
SANITARY INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN. JfeKonT^niComair^ I 

PARKES MUSEUM OF HYGIENE. )t. 0™* Uudflcld, M.U. 

Donutic SinitariF Airanacnienu of Ihe Memplllilu Poor— 'llis Impnittincnl or tha 

— siiiiury Hguiei for the WorRng CI»uM°^ UiUarDUirkl^l'lSda«riJ"D[M'^'^ 
SpR^ of W'oelioui DUmw*.— ^1 ■nir(...Bh [be Aieno' of Milt— (*) Through other 

W^alUght BBd Ihs Dulr of the Suti to caforci uT— Dlipesal of [be 'ueuL— 

_ _ Q^^g^ Cleikenwcll.— 

On Ihe CMTuge and ReBi(iv»l of the Sick and Injutcd. — Oo ibi Ambuluic* OriuisuioD lA 

SOCIe'tV OF^RTS^JqEn'siStt. Adelphi.— Sir Frederick Abel, C.B., F.R.S., 
Chairman ; H. TnicmBn Wood, M.A., Secretary. 

"■ " - -"■ "'■ ' a.,ji;1r.--^'Wa(e. SumJ, ; 



Iain InHnenee on the DiHrihiitiaB of the Populailmi." — " On a pasvbli 
orauix! Water Supply." — " Watei from (he Chilk." — " The Ongm ol 
* Water Suppljr Id Village! aod Runl DiaiiiiB."— " Water Supply."—" Souno'of 
3g ^Supply." 

e3 Softeiii^,-. _._. 
•■ (9 Kope, and the Purifrhu 
B S Wutr."— " Oo the Psnficalien oT W 
8 i HrTHam or Dictiiiutior ; Maou 
B (^ Wwra. &c.. & 



iarauiH nater ipuppiv. — - naiei ircm tne uiaia. — - me ongm oJ Wuei Supnlici."— 
i " Water Supply to Village! aod Runl DiitiicB."—" Water Supply."— " Sm --^ '" ■" 

U.e."— "TM 



VOLUME IX. {PiMshed.) 

.■^YxtAi. 

_y Sir Hetitv W. 

Dyke-Acland, K.C.R, D.C.L.. M.D.. F.R.S., &c. Ac 
I RECREATION. By G. D. D^bishire, M.D. 
AMBULANCE ORGANISATION IN WAR AND PEACE. By Sorceon-Miiiof 

G.J.H.EvaIt. M.D., A.M.D. 
STRE^ ACCIDENTS AND THEIR AMELIORATION. By James Caollie, 

THE PREVENTION OF CHOLERA. By Professor F. de Chaamoiil. M.D. 
HISTORY AND RESULTS OF A DISPENSARY FOR SICK CHILDREN 
THREATENED WITH CHRONIC DISEASE. By Dr. GiUirl, of Havre. 
ETHICS OF THE SKIN. By Malcolm Monis. M.R.C.S. 
OUR DOMESTIC POISONS. By Henry Carr, M. InsU C.E. 
THRIFT IN ITS RELATION TO HEALTH ; OR, THE RKittT y^t <a« 
REFUSE. By George Vivian PoOTe,M.D.,¥.KC„t. 
\liiDEX TO VOLUJllE. J 



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446 IntemoHaiud HeaUk EdUMton. 

Price 7t. Od. per Volume^ 

GENERAL HYGIENE, 

With Preface by Captain Douglas Galton, CB., F.R.S» 

VOLUME X. {PublishaL) 

/ ATHLETICS. OR PHYSICAL EXERCISE AND RECREATION. Ptat L 
' By Rer. Edmond Warre, M.A. IllustraUd. 

ATHLETICS. Part II. By Hon. Edwaid Ljttdton, H.A., and Genud F. 
Cobb, M.A. 

DRESS AND ITS RELATION TO HEALTH AND CLIMATE. Bj E. W. 
Godwin, F.S.A. Illustrated, 

Q \ FERMENTATION. By Dr. C. Daclanz, Professor of Biological Cbemtstiy at die 
2 Sorbonne. IlluMraUiL 

^ PUBLIC HEALTH LABORATORY WORK. By W. Watson Cheync, F.R.C.S^ 
*** and W. IL Corficld, M.A., M.D., r.R.C.P. With Catalogue as AppendiJU 

LONDON WATER SUPPLY. By Colonel Sir Fnnds Bolton, C.E» 
\ INDEX TO VOLUME^ 

VOLUME XI. (Published.) 

/MEDICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON AND NATIONAL HEALTH 
SOCIETY.— Sir Joseph Favrer, M.D., F.R.S., Chairman; A. Pearce Gould, 
Secretary. Address: 1 1, Chondos Street^ Cavendish Square, W« 



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rymiuuitics in Schools— 
Gymnastics FtruMCotonien^TYic Health and Physical Development of Idiots as compared 
with mentally kound children. 

ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY.— R. H. Scott, President ; William 

Marriott, Assistant Secretary. Address : 30, Great George Street, S.W. 

Some relatione of Meteorological Phenomena to Health. — English Climatological Statioof — 

Cumulative Temperatures, &c., as snown on the Diagrams exhibited by the Meteorolcgical 

Oflice in the Intcmationnl Health Exhibition. — Some occasional Winds and their Infl..eDoe 

^ on Health.— The Equinoctial Gales— Do they occur in the Briti^ Isles? 

X ' ASSOCIATION FOR THE ORAL INSTRUCTION OF THE DEAF AND 
«\ DUMB. — The Earl Granville, K.G., President; A. H. Moses, Hon. 

Secretary. Address: II, Fitzroy Square, W. Subject: Oral Instruction of 

the Deal and Dumb. 
On the Oral Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. On the Education of Incurably Deaf Children 

SOCIETY OF TELEGRAPH ENGINEERS AND ELECTRICIANS.— 
Professor W. Grylls Adams, F.R.S., President; F. H. Webb, Secretary. 
Address : 4, The Sanctuary, Westminster, S.W. 

Electric Lighting in relation to Health. — Physiological bearing of Electricity in relatioa tc 
Health. 

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. — N. Chevers, M.D., 
CLE., President. Address: University College, Gower Street, W.C. 
Health in India— Change of Type in Epideniic Disease— Leprosy in India, and the best means 
of prevcntini; its increase. 

\ INDEX TO VOLUME. 



VOLUME XII. {Published.) 



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PARASITES OF MEAT AND FOOD (TWO LECTURES). By T. Spencer 

Cobbold, M.D., F.R.S. 
CANDLES. By Leoix)ld Field. 
SOAP. By Charles F. Cross. 



^ / HISTORY OF ENGLISH DRESS. By Hon. Lewis S. Wingfield. 
r 1 CHILDREN'S DRESS. By Miss Ada S. Ballin. 






TEXTILES GENERALLY. By William Morris. 
PHYSICAL EXERCISES FOR GIRLS. By Miss M. A. Chreiman. 
OLD AND MODERN POISON LORE. By A. Wynter Blyth, M.R.CS. 
INDEX TO VOLUME. 

VOLUME XIII. 
OFFICIAL CATALOGUE. | JURY AWARDS. 



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INTRODUCTION. 



Thk MiccesB which at tfimloil the holding of the International FiaherioaKihihitiun 
in 1SS3 nftturally Buggestod that it ehoiild be followed hy other Exhihitions of 
a eomewhat eimilar character — that, in fact, it shonld form the firat of a aoriex, 
instead of, an had been the original intention, alanding alutie. It ia ohvions 
that there were many advantages in such a course. Tiio buildings which had 
been erected were all or nearly all available for general EsLibitiou purposes; 
the urganixation was ready ; and many of the expemteA attending the originating 
of an Exliibition had been met once for all. 

His Boyal Highness the PitiNCE ok Wales, at the closing ceremony of the 
Fishtries Exhibition, in his reply to the address of the Executive Committee, 
naturally refurred to so obvious a course, and in the following sentences initiated 
the idea of the Exiiibitiun of 1884. 

"The evidence of the public interest in such Exhibitions, afforded hy the 
vast concourse of vieitore from all parts of the realm tv that which ia now closed, 
has led me to hope that the buildinga which have been erected at so much cost, 
and which have no admirably served their purpose, shall contiime for Ibo next 
throe years to be employed for Exhibitions of a Bitnilarly comprehensive 
character. 

" In ooni-idcring what shall be the subject-matter of these Exhibitions, three 
topics uf paramount interest, to our community have piesented themselves 
to my mind. These are Heallh, both bidily and mental ; Industrial Invtotions ; 
and the rapidly -growing resources of our Colonies and of our Indian Empire. 

"I have expressed a desire that the Eihibitiun of 1884 will embrace Iho 
conditions of health, in so far &>>, like food, clothes, and dwellinfis, they fall 
under the head of Hygiene ; or, like appliances for general and technical teach 
ing, gymnasia and schools, under that of Education." 

His Royal Highness further decided that in the succeeding year an Exhibition 
should be held illubtrating the Progress of Invention in this and other countries 
since the last great I^ondon Exhibition of 18G2 ; while be devoted the year 186G 
to an Exhibition illustrative of the Products of the Colonies and of the Indian 
Empire. 

In choosing Health for the principal subject of this year's Exhibition, 
His Boyal Highness was actuated by the consideration that while the scojie 
of the Exhibition would be sufficiently limited to enable it to he brought within 
the available space, it yet embraced a sufSciently wide range to give it a very 
great interest, while it dealt with a subject naturally the most important of all 
Bubjecta to the people of this and of every other country. It was decided that 
while the Exhibition should be limited to matters l>earing upon Health, yet 
that that term should be oonetrned in the widest possible sense, the endeavour 
being made to illustrate all the conditions of healthful life, as regards thofuud 
of the people, their clothing, and the dwellings in which they live. 
roL. ivm. 



Tlie oloBitifioatioti natnrally therefore arranged itwlf aniler tht-ao three niain 
headw— Foot', Dress, and the Dwellinq. For convenienoo of arrangement it 
was futind desirable to add to these three principal groups one dealing with 
iniinstrial hygiene, in wbioh might be illaetnit«d the effect of mannfiMittiTiiig 
operations generally upon iho health of those who carry them on, a matter of 
very great, and. as the applicalions of science to industiial purposes incmi^ 
of growing importanoe. This group was entitled the " Workshop," it being 
understood that tliis term inelmleil the *' place of production " of all articles. 
The relation of climatology to health appeared to bo capable of better treatment 
in a BP]>arate division (Metkorologv) ; while the imporianoe of drawing pnhlio 
attention to the means of asaisling thosK injured in war or by accidents in time 
of peace, caused iho addition of yet another group, fur the illustration of such 
matters, to this department of the Exhibition, and to this group waa given the 
title of Ambulance. At the same time it has always been held that the Exhi- 
bition is in no sense a medicul one, and therefore it was considered nnneoeasuy 
to extend its soope in such a way that it should take in medical or sargical 
appliances. 

Ae regards the second main divieiim of the Exhibition, Epucatioti, His Royal 
Highness felt that the time was singularly appropriate for illtistrating thJi 
Bubjeot. considering the growth of educational systems during the past few yean, 
and the great attention which educational matters have lately been attracting. 
Since the first Educational Exhibition held in 1864 by the Society of Arts, no 
Exhibition has been specially devoted to this subject, though of oonne thete 
have been numerous and valuable displays of educational appliances at all fpvalt 
International Exhibitions which have been held in different conntriea. Since 
1662 there is hardly a branch of education in this country which has not 
undergone very gi-eat changes. The establishment of School Boards may fairly 
be said to have revolutionised the character and widely extended the scope of 
elementary education. The standard of secondary education a'so has been 
considerably mised by the establishment of high sohools both for boya and 
girls, as well as indirectly by the elevation of the standard in elementary 
education. The oxintry has been at last thoroughly awakened to a sense of it« 
requirements in the matter of technical education, and is watching with keen 
interest the progress of the various agenciee which are fast arising to supply a 
want of which we were unconscious a few years ago. Chief among them moBt 
be mentioned the City Guilds Institution, which is now just getting into 
practical work. The present year will also be marked by the apjwaranoe of tlis 
Iteport of the Royal Commission on Technical Edncation. Even the ancient 
Universities have felt the influence of the popular demand for better and 
more widely extended education, and probably during the past twenty y&tn 
greater alterations have been effected in them than during the previous fifty, 
while the number of the English Universities has been increased by the 
establishment in the North of England i^f the Victoria University. Having all 
these points in view. His Royal Highness considered that an Exhibition specially 
devoted to education oould not fail to be of very great practical use and lu 
attract mm-h public interest, and he therefore decided that n |"irtion of the 
i>(iaco aviiilable should thus bo employed. 



Intnytwiion. 

In order to briag the exhibits in this diviaion within the limits of space 
Kvailubte, it was decided that they should be confined to the illiiHtmtioii of 
iufant and primary education, teobnical education, art and Hcience teaching, aii'l 
the teaching of the blind and of the deaf and dumb ; technical education being 
held to include not only handicraft leaching for boys and artisans, but also 
domestic ecuu'imy, and all foima of industrial education fur girls. 

With a view of carrying the ab<ive proposals into effect, an Executive Conncll 
was appointed by Ilis Itoyal Ilitthness the Piunce of Wales, of which the Duke 
of Buckingham and Chandos was nominated Chairman, and Sir James Paget 
Tice-Chairman. The names of the other members of the Council will be foui.il 
on page 113. Tbey met'for the first time on 6th Noyember, 1883, at the Society 
of Arta, and continued their meetings there until 1st February lost, when the 
place of met^ting was changed to the offices at South Ken^sington. The 
tneetings have been held almost continuonsly twice a week xince November, in- 
termptod only by the two vacations at Christmas and at Easter. 

The direction of the work, and all the Executive powers, remained in the 
hands of this Council, but they were greatly assisted in the undertaking by a 
number of Sub-Committees selected from amongst the members of a General 
Committee, which was formed by the Executive at their earliest meetings. Of 
the«6 Sab- Committees, there wore no loss than sixteen. Three dealt with the 
different classes into which the first group. Food, was divided ; one, with Dress ; 
three, with the Sanitation, Heating, Lighting, ttc, of the Dwelling-house; and 
one Committee dealt with each of the following subjects: — Arabnlanoe, Work- 
shop (Industrial Hygiene), School and Education, Technical Education, 
Meteorology, Library, Laboratory, London Water Supply, India, 

The firbt work of the Committees was to prepare, for the guidance of the 
exhibitors, memoranda dealing with the difibrent classes of ibo Exhibition. 
These memoranda were widely circulated, and proved of considerable value. 
As the applioations for space came in, they were referred to one or other of tho 
Committees, and were not accepted until after ihey had been examined and 
[ias80<l ; and the technical knowledge of the various gentlemen oomposiug the 
Sub-Committees has been, it is hoped, to some extent a guarantee of the charac- 
ter of tho articles exhibited. It is by no means to be assumed that the fact 
of its having been admitted is any guarantee of the merit of an exhibit, but it 
may be taken that no exhibitor has been griinted space unless his application 
seemed to show some prima facie grounds for the space being granted. It is 
believed that the arrangements have been effective in raising the general 
standard, and this is what was intended ; it was not intended that the verdicts 
of the juries should be anticipated, nor have they been so. 

Besides this work, which fell upon all or nearly all the Committees, most of 
the Committeee undertook to arrange certain special exhibitions, such as would not 
be likely to be sufficiently illustrated by the exhibits of manufacturers. Where 
necestiary, the funils re<iuired for these exhibits were provided by the Eioctitive. 
The Committee on Dress undertook, through the agency of some of its members, 
to arrange a series of models itlustmting the changes in coslurue in England 
since the Norman Conquest. They also took steps fur the exhibition of a series 
of naval and military costnmee lent from the Tower, the United Service Insti- 



^V#[lti(m, the War Office, and the Admiralty. Arrange men te were also made U: 
^B ^ve visitors to the EsLibilion information as to the heat resisting or heat- 
" tranamitting power of fabrics, and as to the esteat to which there properties an 

affected hy colour. An arrangement of apparatus intended to illustrate thcM 

facts Avill be found in the Exhibition. 

^The Committees on the Dwelling House undertuolc to supervise the erection 
•f two houses in the Exhibition grounds, one of which should illustrate tht 
^fects to be found in an ordinary London house, and for the other methods in 
dealing with these defects. It will be understood that both these model bonset 
are typical, as it is evidently impossible to show in a single building either all 
the defeats which may exist in a nuinlier of houses, or the various waye which 
have been devised by inventors of sinitury apparatus for remedying thoM 
defects. Visitors to these houses should not ^o away with the idea that, becauM 
none of the faulty fittings shown in iho insanitary Louse exist in their own 
houses, that therefore their own houses are faultless ; nor, on the other hand, 
•hould they imagine that improved fittings in their own paseeseion, but b; 
different makers, are not equally as good as those shown in the sanitary honxe. 
These latter have been Belected, not with a view of advertising any individual'f 

^ wares, but in order to illustrate a general principle of House Sanitation. 
The labours of the Education Committee Lave been oonsiderable. Bosidf^ 
dealing with the applications for space from British exhibitors, they, as well at 
VM Committees specially appointed for Technical Education, have been in ooni- 
mnnication with a great number of foreign educational authorities, with a view 
of ensuring a fit representation of the systems of education in force in different 
countries. An important portion of the educational exhibition is formed of the 
contributions of the Science and Art Department, which will illustrate the 
results of art-teaching since the Great Exhibition of 1862. 

The Meteorological Committee hud the special duty of arnnging for a 
typical climatological station, the equipment for which the Royal Meteorological 
Society had undei-taten to provide. I'his station has Ijeeu established at a point 
on the east side of the gardens, to tho noi th of the Central Promenade. Arrange- 
ments have been made for the observations taken from the instrnments to lie 
published regularly in the daily programmes. With referenee to these 
observations, it is worth mentioning that they cannot be expected eiactlv to 
tally with those made at stations in which the oouditious as to position, 4c„ 
have been more carefully observed than in the neccKsarily somewhat oonSncd 
area of the Exhibition Gardens. 

The Laboratory Committee WM appointed to mate airangements for the 
establishment of two hygienio lalniratories. the special object of these beinic to 
atTurd tho public information as to the methods of examining and testing food, 
air, water, soil, &c. Of these two laboratories one is devoted to biological 
research, under the charge of Mr. Watson Cheyne, In it will be shown iriairu- 
ments and methods employed in the investigation of the bacteria and fungi 
associated with zymotic disease ; also the methods of testing the power of dif- 
infectants. In the second laboratory, which will he under Dr. Corfield's super- 
m intendence, will be shown the apparatus used for physical, chemical, and niicrv 
pfOOpioal examination, &q., and also for the testing of suiiitury applranoes. 



iMvdtIt 



m : 

Tlio ilifF«ront MorrupiUtan Water Cum|ianie8 having imdL-rtaki-ii to organine 
ft culleotive exhibit Bhowing the Bourcua uf 8'ii>p)y, methudH of filtrjUon, distribu- 
tiuii, &Q.. of water, a special Comiuittce fur thin purpose was appointed. Tbe 
rceulta of iheir Ub'orH will l>e found in the oollectioa shown in the Water 

The riub-Library Comniitlee was appointed to supervise the Library and Read 
iiig Room, which it was ilooided to establish in connection wiih the EKhibition. 
In answer to a request ihsued by the Executive Council, Government Uepa'tments, 
Learned Societies, autho^^', imblishers, and othore, have been good enough to 
send a large number of woiks and [Mii>er8 dealing with Health and Education. 
These have been projierly Eurunged and classified, and aro available for the. 
n^e of visitors to the Exhibition, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., in a room in the Royal 
Albert Hall contiguous to the Cunservatory, 

The India Committee was formed with the special object of ensuring that 
India should be properly ropresentid in the Exhibition. At an early stage of 
the proceedings the Government declined to render any assistance, and tbo 
Comniittoe had therefore to fall back upon individual effort, relying not only on 
what they might expect to receive from India itself, but al^o on the assistance 
or traders and private imlividuuls in England. Perhaps the moat interesiing 
portion of the Indian Exhibition will be the Tea Garden, in which will be 
exemplified the growth and preparation for the market, of Indian tea. This 
Tea Garden is situated in the grounds to the north of the Indian Court. 

One of the earliest Committees formed was the City Committee. This is 
composed of ten members nominated by H.E.H. the President, and ten elected 
by a meeting of representatives of the Corporalion and the Guilds contributing. 
The Exoonlive Council are much indebted to the liberality of the Corporation 
and those Guilds, who have largely contributed to the general puiposef of the 
Exhibition, besides guaranteeing a considerable sum in addition. The Exeoutive 
Council readily acceded to a suggestion that a certain portion of this amoant 
should be left at the disposal of the City Committee in order to enable them to 
erect in the grounds of the Exhibition a representation of a portion of Old 
London. It was at first proposed that there should be an aocurate representa- 
tion of Cheapside at a certain peiiod of its history; but eventually I hia idea 
was abandoned, and it was decided to erect what might bo considered a typical 
London street of the date of the sixteenth century, 'lliis street, which may 
fairly be considered to form one of the most interesting portions of the 
Exhibition, leads to the Pavilion of H.H.H. the Piinca of Wales from the 
entrance to the Exhibition in Queen's Gate. 

With regard to the buildings occupied by the Exhibition, it may be mentioned 
tliat considerable additions have been rande to tboiie erected for the Fisheries 
Exhibition last year. The principal of these are the Belgian Annexe, on the 
west side, the additions to the Chinese C«nrt on the east side, the Dairies on 
the south side, and the AVater Pavilion. Extensive allerstionB have also been 
made in the existing buildings. The Fish Market has been transformed into 
a Dining Room, in which dinners will be provided at a charge of a shilling, and 
also on the system invented by M- Duval, of Pari^, by means of which a 
cbvup dinner can be obtained a la carte. But the principal additiuo. tn ^^ 



InlroAKtirm. 

«ocomin(Nlutiun at tlio oumniau<] of tie EkMuthe ia i-auttd hy their LaTii.g 
been able to arrange wilb the CutniutGsiouerB of the Bo^al AJbert HtJl fur 
the DM of the hall during the period of the Exhibition, and also from the 
City Guilds InBtitnte for the Promoliou of Teohnica] Education having mott 
liberally placed at the dicpoeal of the Executive the maguificent building 
which they huvc just cumpleted for their Ceutrul luetitutiun. Ab the Imrtitnlu 
found that they would only rcqnire a portion of their building for some little 
time to ounie, and inatimuch as it vrae not absolately necesEary for them to 
proceed at onoe with the fitting up of the whole building, tbey allowed ibe 
Executive Council the use of the greater part of it, leserving to tbewselTci 
only that portion which it was necessary to fit up at once. In this building the 
greater part of the educational exhibits will be placed. 

With a view partly of forming some permanent record of the Exhibition, 
and aliK> of increaeing its asefutucss while it ir&s g>.iing on. the Execution 
Council made arrangements for iho publicalion of a series of Handbooks, nmilut 
to those iBBUed in connection with the Fisheries Exhihilion last year. Thej 
have to (.-ongratulate themselves upon having been able to eccuie the assisianoi 
of a most competent body of writers, an will be seen from the List of Handbooki 
given on pages 143 to 146. At the condueion of the Exhibition it is praposed 
to trantifer the copyright of these biwks to the Society of Arts, which Sooict; 
has undertaken to arrange fur tbeir »ale, so long as the earlier edttioim may 
last, and if there is any public demand for them, lu provide fresh editions. 

As etuted in the first announcements of the Exhibition, Uedals of Gold, 
Stiver, and Bronze, together with Diplomas, will be awarded through fhe 
agency of Jntcmalional Juries; and besides those prizes the Juries will be asked 
to ftwanl some Gold Medals offered hy the Sociely of Arte for the beat exhibits 
in i^ertain classi s. In order, as fur as poi^ible, to prevent any reasonable canre 
of complaint at the awards of the jiimrs. the exhibitors have been invited 
thcmselvoB to name gentlemen qualified for the poet, ITio selection will be 
made, as far aa posaible, in acconlanco wilh the nominations of the exhibiton, 
and special attention has also been devoted to the important point of inakiug 
such ariangements for the jury work a» will t-niiure that, es fur as po»able, no 
exhibitor may have just cause of complaint, H.R.U. the Prince of Wale* 
nominated from amongst the Members of the General Council, a Special Commis- 
Kion fur the pnrjmse of eupervisitig this department of the work. Their tLaues 
are given on page 113. 

In concluding this Introduction, the Executive Council have to express tlieii 
sense of the vuluiible aid they have received, not only from the members of the 
different Snb-Oommitteee, but also from ihe following public bodies ; — The 
Koyal Albert Hall, fur co-operating with them and enabling the Albert Hall tu 
form a pait of the Exhibition ; the City and Guilds of London Institute, for 
placing the now building of the Central Institution at their diBjH>sal ; ihe Society 
of Arts, not only for the Frizes they have offered and their assistance in thu 
matter of the Handbooks, but also for their help in the working of the 
Committees, most of which, as well as the Executive Council, met for a 
GonBideiablu time at the Society's house; the Council of the b'aTional Training 
tkihool of Cookery fur earnest assistance in many iuijiuilaut directions ; thii 



Introduction, 153 



Loiidoii Water Coiupwiiietj ior their admirable collective exhibit ; and specially 
H.M. CommifiMioners for the Exhibition of 1851, who have placed the land and 
gardens at the disposal of the Executive Council, and have readily granted 
additional 8paoe for the erection of new huildings; and finally to the many 
suhitcribers to the Guarantee Fund, without whose liheral aid it would have 
been impossible to oarry to a successful issue the International Health 
Exhibition of 1884. 



The plaster cast in the entranoe Hall is that of the Statue in Bombay of 
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, K.O., G.C.S.I., in oommemoration of the visit 
of his Boyal Highness to India, 1875-76. Sir Albert Sassoen, O.SJ. Kt.» 
presented this statue to his fellow townsmen of the Boyal City of Bombay. 



pr ■ caireDl of air, which pmawa ata II'O 

ijiM tliii flue, pievenling Knj &i-cUDiu1>linn . 

nf pwc'H. piTimnti^iK imirona dntnelit, ■ansting 

vrnlilate xha runm. mid cunmime thu «iw>ke 

CAKTEK. JAMES, & CO., SS7 & 838 

High Holborn, W.C.. supply all Ibe Giu 

Setil ruceut]]' eowu in llit <j roiiiuli of the Eihi- 

biliou. Thrj alro uxhibit KTOwiog BpccimeDi 

ot graaees eiiitablc for pemiADtnt poatmo, 

lavDK, gartk-us, ir.. 

GliOWXtB, •anr.T.TAiw, ft SOSa, 
X.lmltad, Duke Btreet, Stamford 8tt*et. 
B.K. — PriuUiig rrpBB. Oimpoeitora' Bram, uul 
mttIpw of Bluff (if iirintt-™ to unilrTUlie. it) 
the KxhihitioD Buililin^ priutiog tra U» 
Lxecuiive CouDcil, duiI foe the Furoi^ ud 
Colfinial Codo 



COMPLIMENTARY LIST. 

Tub Extomri Couhittek U indebted to the following geU-UemeD fur Spcrial Serrice* ttMi 

and fnr the Rxbihila npiK'ilii'd hel-iw. which have bfien eoiuteouilj leul for the use ol 

KliTUlivo St the iiiBlHllatinii of the Exhibition, and throogliout iti term, 

AIiSXANDER, FREDERICK, COL.. Irail rteapt of moke. The fntide i» lined villi 

128 Inverness Terrace. W.— An Auio- Hre-briok. In the aeb-ltolt d.ior i« a Teniikif* 

niittip Cli-rk, Fur lue in Ihu Miiiii Enlmnos oF In reeubite the •-oiabualion. Neur tbe 1<^ at 

the Eibibilliiu, the itnie ii a wcond vi "* ' ' -' 

ASBESTOS CCLimltod (THE UNI- 
TED), lei Queen Victoria Street, E.C. ; 
A Clement Street Worlcs, BlrroinKham. 
~Thu|.-*blc ouddof the Kihibition BuiMinfcs 
hnvD bu-Ji paiiili d and di-coiUsd li:r the Uuitol 
A ■bc*i™ Onni|«n)!, of London and Birmin^bani. 
The |i*inl eiiiplnycd i* naii-pninntfiuo, ami oi' 
■inidaiebnnicuiloUiePirDpRiar ■'aim eupplieil 
bjr the MUne Cnmpan]', nnd u>ed for Ibe general 
protvclion of tbe Exhibition buddings aKainnt 
firp. . The material euiplu^id i> the uprdally 
bna "Aabiwtiia" obtiiiDGii from thu Cuuipaiijl 
mi lea in Ilulf. It ix free rmin all pnimimiR i<r 
n'liiouf ingre<lii:Titii.and ia at lbs same tiiuu the 
uioil [lowerful reuttsDl uf aoidit or ncid gaaes. 

AUTOMATIC CLOCK CO.. Limited 
(Manager H. SAINBBaRT). 43 Devon- 
shire OhamtMTB. Bishopsgate. Street. 
E.O., buVD vrvoled iti tb« Alnin Kiitrxiice. 
i Dined i Biol]' Iwhind tho iitatuc of H li.H. the 
Ffinco of Wutna, onu of Ibeir Autoniatio 
r;look«, (* P'TiHtual BogiilBlon. When onoe 
ri^gulated. Uiese einoka will indicate the 
c'orrort lime until the wnrki require cleBning, 
or fi.r a prrio.! of Hboot flvo Jriara. 

BARNARD. BISHOF, Be BAB- 
NARD8, Norwich.— (trn amen tn I C 
Winii).'hl'itMii rianlen Cbuirii ana Lounges, 
I iriiAiiiotiliil llEU'riera, Sib. 

BELLAMY. JOHN, Engineer, T&nk 
& Boiler Maker, Byng Btreet, HillwftU, 
London.- W^.l1^■l"-■^■"' CiHti m Fit f.flini; 
oli'nm h;->l>T. Thi-M Innka an'l crtHt»>m« tin 
uiii>l>j of an^ BiEi', unil llicy are vity Rlniti)i uud 
dnniMi', ami HiG nnt aifictol b; tlie vc-athcr. 

BENHAU & SONS, of Wlgmore 
Btreet. London, W., huvo snji] ' ' 

.Tucri>l iD llie S.erftatj'ii Ofhco 
(Jliiiunfy-picor, an En- austir Tile B<«rlb and 
an Edwntit*' ftiioke-mntiuuiing Blow-CAriihuo- 
linn OmU'. Alio in tlirtu other oIHw*— Two 
ini|in>ve<l Ui1i«i t^lovti oti Tile Ihiirtlx, witli 
Binc.kc lines, on.l no imiiroVL-d gh.zuil ware 
l^volnry TrtMc, 

BIRT. J. & A. W., Dock Street, Lon- 
don Docks, London ; and Ualaga, 
Spain.— 'rhc Virgin V-rk (ovof 101) hnlta) 
UMid in thu virion. ilui-,.iriition* at this Enbilii' 
Iron. itvuM: J. & A. W. llirl'a cnik foreits 
are in Ihe |>iotlnc« iiF MiilHea. in Spain. 

BHOWN & GREEN. 89 rinBtmry 
Pavement. — Dmwn £ Grwn'B Vrutibilinc 
Sii.vr. Ti.e cover .'an l.o r. adiiy lemoveiL ami 
itiu Gk (Ui'iiliod with fresh fuel witkuul thi 



COALBROOEDALE COlCPAirT, 

Limited.— Tlie Ponnlain. modelled bj John 
Bttll. foru'ing centre oF Water Compan; ■ Pbii- 
lion, tbe niiHl1«r flgnrea and aoats BumKuidiHg 
■ame. Tbe ^tcg foraiiug tho entiBOfv thric- 
from, to the FavUion oF U.K.H. The Prince nf 
WaluB. The Fountain luiTuiiiided b; Naiadi. 
and the Vases ountiguous to the Water C»ar- 
pany'i PHvilion, A large number of IWU 
throughout the Qrounds. Sista naA Art Ximt- 
mtioufl for rnoma tet atnirt for tbe uee of Iks 
L(ndon and Provincial Prtaa 

CHEAL, J, & BONS, Towfleld Nni^ 
series, Crawley, Busaex.- Fruit-lr- « ibn*- 
iug varh>UH [uelho^ls of training on the boricr 
(■yslcm : alan ornHmenting tbe gronnda witli a 
roUectinn uf trei'H, shrube. plaiils, Ac. 

CHUBB & SONS LOCK 4e SAFE 
CO.. Limited, 128 Queen Victoria Street, 
LONDON, E.C.— Onp of Cbubb'a Patrtit 
and Thicf-resisling Safe^ Size & fL (i la. 
high, by i ft. Hide, 3 ft. 2 in. deep, on aliwl 
n'ounla. filttd with alt tho recent inipron-iBBnta 
of the Conipan;; »ilid tee fmnie, and witi4 
flaiigH lock atm, and gunpowder-proof lor^ 
Wtiiglit ninra than a. ton and a Iialf. 

COLLYEK. C, & SON, Window 
Blind Uanulbcturera, 38 FarTiagdt>n 
Street, London, E.C, — Cotlyer's Patent 
Vt^n<-tiau Blinds are an imiiroved form of Veue- 
tiun blinil HiiHpendod b; meaoi of molal ohniru 
instewlof tho UBuul (Bpeii.thuabeinKcstiBmUj 
dutsblo. From tbe way in which thej are put 
together the lathi shut oloBelr oiei saeb other, 
eiuludiiig Iho light more effeelually than the 
uuuiil form of Venotian blind : while they omi 
lie o|iened lo admit an; amount of light al 



. Ou tltiBacoiunl.nnil frniii theirduro- 
"th^ara pi«ulinrlj ijiuMv for Dot oli- 
«. They are miule to fii i 

COMPRESSED - ATR FIRE EN- 
OUTE CO.. 38 BaainghaU Street, Lon- 
don. E.C. (MB- M. VIIfNLNa. R.N. 
Retired Iiist, Hanager). have plnrad at 
tlie d'HRMil nf tlie Kxeciitive Cnuncil fur use 
b? the Firu Brignilo SUIT duriug Ihe KihiM- 
tion. and u* ■ opeciul pre*eiittDii i^ainst fire, 
No. 1, TwpIvh "AuoW" C<'inpruaBed Air 
P-irlalilu Kin? Knginea (Viniiing's Potent), 
miulD iu wrought ciipjier, bnvittg a winataiit 
K>itl verv hiijh prewuro and an nutninatic 
ai-tioQ that nuikua tbesu a|iplUDPea, uliiUl 
amiiifC txily pinin water, oqiial in eiliiiguul>itig 
offucl ta tlie varinua Iciads of ChHiuieal " Ex- 
tiiwteun'' lufng " ahemiciilizud water' or 
miiUa chiiipnl with Durbouio acid giw. No, 2, 
Twflte Siualt Hand Air Pumps for cbargiiig 
tbu abore with omprsMed uir. No. 3. Twelve 
Suiida for " Anchor " Engines of nirieug da- 
■UniS in pulislicil (uk, walnut, aab, ebunlnd 
bla-k, Ao. No. t, Une Hand Firu Pninp 
(Toier Pattern) with air leswl, delivering a 
«cm-(aiit atreim of water. No. ."i, Kll^ven 
lymilnu Brignle Hand Pumps with Nou-rusl- 
big metal wnrking nnd (^iotiunal parti and im- 
pransd King 8taudi. 

OOHOLLY, HENBY, 53 & 68 
Bkmpmaad Road, Iiondon. bus uUced 
Me various ofllim giuiiliera nud braokcls wi 
]Mptoviid tbailowtesB burners. 

CBOSSLEY BROTHERS, Limited, 
of Huiohsster & Iiondon, lend Iwn 
"Otto" giu eii|pue>i situiitpil in tlio Aquariam 
iKUUping «Uli'>D. where Uii-r IiUVk becu wurk- 
Inv oontinuinul; uujlit una <ltky alnce April 
I«83. Al*> an 8 li.p. " Otto ' giu (Dgbe with 
■LHaiog. *<■.. in the Bakerv Annex. Thcae 
- Olto" ciici'im are worki^ by r>rdinary ligbt- 
ing g>ia.aiiil diaiwuMwitb the dunguratia boiler, 
' 1 nnsighlljr and dict-diffuting oh I nine;, and 
. ) oobUj atlenduDce of a steam engiuo iind 
liolter: moTrover the; ran be started at a oio- 
.'■Ik'lii.'e. From a Keollb ExblUtinii [xiint 
i-w tlicte cngiuee are inlemtiug. iiuuniiich 
as they lopiawstit the ■olution of ihu ■moke 
uuisaiHM dilBculiy, m lu as the applicxtion of 
UH^iie pover is eoncemnL They ure made 
trom I h.p. to too h.p.. and can be worked with 

DAVEY, PAXMAN. & CO., 
Engineera. Colchester. — Tbe supply i>f 
F.ngine and BoiltT P-iwer necessary for 
working the vast lyslrm of Flleclrio I.iglit- 
iiig tbiiiughout the whale *tea of the Ei- 
liil.ition has boon provided by htrsan. Dnvey, 
l'a>in.ii, A Co., EngiDwrs. of Cobbasler. The 
Kni(inea are of splendid oonitructiun, and 
tlicir |H)wer la grvAttr ihsli tlwi of any dii|>lHy 
III (ilwitric ligbling which lias yet taken platw. 
It b«tB4i wuob tafgut Ihan tW lupiilied so 



Bao(^.^s•^lllly by Meun. D., P.. & Co. for the 
I Exhibitinu last year. Tbe Stram 
proviiled for this parpese are six in 
uumiier, being all Double Cylinders. Tlie two 
largest Engines are mpiible of deviiloiiiiig 750 
horse-power. Nus. 1 and 'i Buginea are ol lbs 
Coupleil Uoriioutal type, and pnivi>led with 
I'Biman's Putent Automatio Cnl-olf Gear, 
woikwl dirict lr.*n tlio gnvemorB, so u tu 
nsure very ateaily and oven running. Tho 
lylindoTB are all tieam jackeled. No. X 
hngine is of the Compound Beceiirer type, 
'"'— "ng 3lK) horse-power. It is filled with 
I's Improved System of Valves. Tiie 
orank shaft isof sb-nlin one piece. Thecranks 
are hI n)(ht anglea, and aocurutety balanced. 
Ail porla uf Engine possible are iuB<ie ol ttta\. 
Ilreut oani has becien beetowd upmi I he dtaign 
r>r tiiix Engine. Tho auliimatio TuUe gear ia 
as deseriUxl above, and with condenser and 
good geoeralors thin Engine will work with 
2 lbs. of aoal per inditsted horse-power pvt 
hour, and run very smoothly and with p'uiit 
ateaiiinesB. No. 4 En^ne is of D., P., A 0>.'s 
Svmi-Bied Compound type of 120 iiidicnlul 
burse-power, and is precisely the same as No. 3 
Engine abovu described, but nilb Inoimotive 
boiler placed ai.ove tbe Engine. No. 3 eogiue. 
a semi-purteble, oap^blo of being worked lo 
M ioilicated horse-power. This Engine — like 
the abore-namod — is provide<l with Paxman's 
Patent Autoiualic Valve Gear and Govomnts. 
No. G Eaifine is a Double Cylindur Semi-Flied 
EnRfino, buill in a wraught-iton frame, and il 
ii capable of being worked up to lUO indicalod 
borso-power. Bt<;am Boilers. A nest of sis 
large Boilers, of tbe Lotyimotive type, is Sxed 
lietweeu tbe two large coupled Engines for 
supplying theui with steam. The whole of 
these are made to work at 100 lbs. steam 

{retaure. The fireboxes are of D., P.. ft Co.'a 
inproveil Mild Steel, wliioh baa given such 
gno-l reaulta. I'wo similar Uuilen supply 
sieiim f»r the large Compound Engine, i'be 
lemaiuder of tbe boik-ra are of tbe some kind, 
but attached to tbe Kngiocs. Altogether nearly 
1300 iudi.aleil horse-power is proviiled for. 

DEABDB, MB. SAM, of the flrm of 
MESSRa W. & a DEABDB. Patenteea 
of the Victoria Dry Glazing, Harlot, 
Essex, have anpphed and fiiiid. fn« of 
cliur^-e, their patent system of Diy dialing, on 
" Entrance Porch in Exliibition R.iad," extend- 
ing 40 feet eaoh way. also upon tlic reveral confa 
of buildings now known as that for Uia Hoohl- 
nery io Motion for Electrio Lighting, " Ttie East 
Coiridor," " East Annex," " West Annex. * also 
on the sidee of Arcade iu front of tbe Prince of 
Wales s Pavilion. The above buildings were also 
itUied by the same Arm during tlie late 
Pishtries Exhibiti<in. Tbe system adnpted is 
one peculiarly adapted for buildings tliat may 
at any tin.e be romovul.and It is eaiily app'it^ 
or re-ereoted, no patty, lead, apringa, or india- 
mblier being used. The glass slide* into tbe 
tubes and is held fast bf ooc w,tc« va&.«u^ 




OTi i-iiil of tulH Allofiettiigr cjvur UOUO feot •■{ 
tile Palent Victoria Dry Gloilag i* used on 
tlic TBriaDi mnfa of ibe EihibiLiDD bniliiinici. 

aASCLTTFE, DICK, & CO., 138 & 

198 High Holborn, W.C, Lave Imilt Mil 

fiiniUbil tlio «'oiiii<^rv<.l<iry attached to II.R.U. 

I'riiire of Walea' I'aviliun, (k mi-KliaibotLan 

I lantern mof mnaervulory. fltt«i with patcnl 

W fipouing guar, plooing and BxiDg tli<^ ventilattira 

I in hd; imcition. The llonr of narblo noBBic. 

P The wliole deoontwl with plaoU. At the end 

' K giutlu and foraerj, with mcmej banlu, foun- 

teiD, wHleifiJU. and piiola. The wholit illomi- 

uulcd by elocliicily oondactud to lampa mule 

to ni[>tweut Uowera and fruit. Alio 

AquHriutu: a Grutio fiimiiag a pool oi 

voir fur putnpiiig watur to aquaria. This fi>niui 

B cool and nfmdiiug furuer;, BUrmouDt^d by 

Inrge polniB and Iron* with fruits lo hold 

electriu lights. Tbu pool ie stncktil wtib 

Biiemoneo, li>h, &o.. nod U Bpocinllr atlmrlivu 

at iiiglit when tlie cootoutg orv iWloted by 

Bioana of electric light under mittr. 

DOHLTON & CO., Iiiunbetb, London, 
8.K, huve plutrcl in the Presidcut'ii limm a 
(iiuied Terra-Cutls AtAntelpii«i% with Patent 
(Inuuneotii] Fint Cbiy and Teria-L'olla Stove 
Apparalns, obviatiug the lue of all iroDworb, 
Mntrth Tilua oiid Ulaml Feuder. In the 
(ii-imal OfficiM, wtveraJ Upi-n Blovea in Qlazoil 
Torra-Uotia and Fire Clay witti Hearth and 
FotHlDTof tlieaaiue all in one; Sanitary Appli- 
niioca lo th« above oonsiBting of Water Clfbet, 
Urinal and lavatory Boain. In the Pritice's 
I'avilinD, Lavalor> B<utn» and Petlntal, Valve 
Water-Cloeela. Art I'.itUry, Flower V-bob, 
I'dlB'tala, &0. Flower VuHS, &(^, in the Golden 
tit the Room provided fur ibo ac-oumodatiun 
ottlio London and Provincial PreaB, lu well aa 
Art Polt-ry f..r ll.i; n»m il*»lf. 

DHOITWICH SALT CO., Limited, 
a & 8 Lower Thames Street, E.C— 

(1) Kilm [tcliii.ll Sail fur table uou. (2) Pow- 
dctm! Bolt lor rooking purp.win, fr)r iiw in the 
Praftioal Cvki-ry Lcclim'B.Scl.ool .if Cmikary, 
and V(!geti.riuu Dining RiKuna. 

BDMUNDS, JOSEPH, 10 Stonefleld 

Terraoe, Liverpool Road, London, N.— 

I U- itut'B I'uiriu Puwdur and I'liBtc— KilmnudB' 

r " l!lmpr(.«B " Currie Puwdi^r. Poale, and Sauce, 

I or iiw in the Practical Cookery Looturca. 

P GALLOWAY, W. & J.. & SONS, 

' Knott HiU and Br&nob Iron Works, 

Metnchester.— This firm Bupplios the nhiile 

ol (ho uiutivu power and Btcam used by tbo 

ezbibitont in the Hooliinery in Motion Suctiou 

of the Exhibition, The Engine la of Ibe CoDi- 

p-iutul typ(\ bavitig two cyluidon oluogBide 

uno anolluT, Uio piatoua buiug at oluiost 

opp-mite endii of tlie atroke, which ensnrcB 

grail ■teadini!«B of turuing. Tbe proportioiu 

of the cylinders are as I to 3, tbo bigb- 

CBuro Deing II lu. diameter, and the 
finuBuru M in. diamoti^r, both having a 
^mitjie of :/n. eiu., wotkiog on to cntuk-alial't 



list. 

whii'h lurr.t^ Uy-pnlley lor tniukinittilig 
powHT by means of Btnip. The valve imtMi 
that known bb the " link." the ralvcs bei 
pbiiD flat plates actoalcd by block moving 
qaadrant, which oula off tlia steam in prop 
lion to the work npi.n tile Engine mainlunl 
a oonBtaut lead. The goyauot it un ooipali 
poTi:Tful ■• Parabolic" Bvalcm, wbiob gi' 
groat iteguliuwa of tiumiag. A Condenaot 
UBually placed lu tan at the Enffineitbei 
pump boiiig doubl&^teting worked by omtini 
tioQ of loH-pretanre piBtou-roil, and tbe «b 
u numnted an strong brd plato. The Bcal 
are of tt>e usual Gulloway type, ISTS patf 
made of atoel thrunghout, 2<i (t long, fi ft. 6 
diameter, suitable fur carrying SO Iba. pRssn 
and are oinatmcteil with every modumimpro' 
mont, both in dmign and workmanahip. 3 
holes am drilled by special tool^ and m^i'liiif 
made luu uf whurever patiBJble. A fall k( 
BttingH is supplied with eat^h. 




_-, & CO., Hot-Wattt 

Sanitary Bngineera, BlaoJcliaath. 8 
~(1} TwoBii-fu.-t Gun Ovt'ua, with gas n 
Bide, capable of cooking 50 legs tif oiatloti ea 
and at one time. (3) Sii Intcruational ( 
Water Ueateia. Thid h(«tcr wUl give « o 
tiuuoUB supply of bot water alaooatofSd,] 
hour for gan. (3> Four Liirse InteraUia 
Sluamers for cooking meat, pudding, and wi 
tables. This bt<.-<uiier is OHpable of eoam 
IW padiiings i<l nue (Hieraliim. (4) 8bc 1 
tional Training Sohoiil of (.'uoltcry Om I 
Plates. (6) Kour Inlcniationid Gob Fiib « 
Vegetable Ste^un. This sttunuir will enl 
dinner for a bkrRo fauiily at a LfWt of U, 
gaa. (6) Two P«.try G« Ovena, wttb i 
outside tbe oven. (7) Four Largs Ptib 
Susmers. boated by gua. (8) b'tnu Imi 
Fish liryers. (8) One Hot Giles' PtOctlt 
Cuoking Hwve, Uvon, Boiler, Stuun KeK 
Hot Plate, and lloeet. 

aHiLOW & CO., Decoraton to 11 
Queen, 406 Oxfbrd Street, Iiorada 
Liverpool, Lancaster and Mini iliiwlsi 

The Koyal Puvtlion. The cuuptoia slrwM 
tteoonition und futnilure, oouipriaing t 
Kuirunce Hull and Alcoves adjoining, id | 
iigyptiaa style with pmels of UuSlanty 
Woudwork, Oriental Embroideries, CUtpa 
Hetal Work, and Faience. The Oining & 
uf Wliile Woodwork in the atyle of bl 
Louis XrV. Tbo Panels and PilaalervnaJM 
on gold in abodes of grey and blue, tli« CW 
covered in Boyal Windsor Tapa>atn> H 
tJmoliing Tomple in tbe Cbiuic Uyla, «il 
nicbea and divans iu oolouri tbe room klpil 
ing being bung with Ilahan MuasaiL Tl 
fluors of the vanoos rooms are laid withpma 
and Anglo-Paniitn Corpetn, speciully mMiiiW 
Initd. Thewliole Uliuuinatwl viilli thu CliMlli 
Light. The flllingB and famiturB ^ 11 
rooms provided tor the acoommodatiaa of th 
Loudon und Pin\iui>ia] Pri.-a« (UtMtt 
Bupviiti tendon I' B Dujiuittnent]. 




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Comptinmlary Lial. 



OWAUIT CAB GURWEN COt,- 
I.IERY COMFAirr, 3 Mileage Station, 
Westboume Park Hoad, W. — Supply 
Anthrauilc Smokeli:*! Cml, for use in ttie 
GKlluwa; biiileni, where stvADi is generated Tor 
■Ititiii}; the Hachiiierj in MolioD. 

HAACKE, A.,& CO.. 21 Lime Street, 
Iiondon, £ C, and 72 Regent Road, 
laiverpool, Imvo covi red tiiibt large boilcra 
of the I'.'W motire tjpe aud all the iU anipi( 
Iho Klt-rtiie Light ^hi'd willi W Birkel 
KcHil Mcul Cnmprailion. a aoe-mniln 
material to prcvi'tit the Fwiialioe uud Ions of 
hr*.i ffom BtauB-beaioi iurfapt*. Tliia Coiu- 
j>D«i)ion waa Icstul nme n>ooth« ngu by the 
National Smoko Abatement Institutmn. and 
tliB nwulti. vhloh vcre biglil; tutitfantory, 
were published in ' The Eugiueel.' the tiSth of 
Jitniuu?, IMMl. 

HMBHJJSO, C. D. O., B&nbnry.— Spe- 
cial HirvicF* in piovidiug Arti^ta For the 
Dutorationa af tde Exhibition Building*. 

HELLIWKLI., T. W., 8 Victorta 
Chambera, Westminster; & Brig- 
bouse, TorksMre, has erectei) the gl»zml 
covered way leading to the RoyiU Fiiri- 
IioD en hi* patent ijatem of Imperishable 
liUiini; without putty. It in oonatructid au 
BB to bv ea>ily taJien to pieces and remoTcil. 
I'lie gUuB i* inwrUd in metal g;lazing bars, tu 
which ■ metal cap is wonreil by nii-ans of 
bnai lorewi uid DUla. Thi* arrange men C 
allawe fur the full eipeniioD and eontiHtinn 
of the glau, and alM uvcb aU paintiug both 
iixiide and out; and Ibure a uo pntci used, 
Iheroby enabling it to be eaailj taken to 
pien-ea and repaired by any handy pcrann. The 
afitem ti extoiuivt-ly n»ed fir ell kinds of 
hortU'Dltnriil work, railway aheds, and all 
kinilB of mnf lii;hla. 

HKPBURN Sc OALE, Limited, Long 
Lane, Southward, London, S.R—TIre 
1 Leather Ilriiing liand, convejing the 
nn from the IZ.^i H-P. Galloway engine to 
the wh^Ie of th- Eihitiition. Thia ig a double 
bell. 73 n. bing by tS in. wide, and i> icwn by 
~ i>nd: Uie (nine Arm supplied the two 11) in. 
double b> Its carrying tl'e nmlion lo the eounter- 
shrifti. In making theee belta one centre strip 
only is taken from thu back of each hide, so 
that there are ontiaoiDcd in the three belle tbi' 
primp of the hides nf about KKl oicq. 

HOMPHREYS. J. CHARLTON, 
Knlghtsbridgo, Hyde Park, W.. Builder 
□f Uie Royal Pavilion, officially ap- 
pointed sole Contractor and Builder to 
the Health Exhibition, fbr the whole of 
the Iron Buildings.— lb i-se siructurei are 
"n-pn'or.'od buve beeurrcetid on Hunipbrcys 
nrtiibUi iiritiriple, — nuily taken to pieera, and 
■-vrMrtol any ilistani-e: ■pcriall} suituble for 
•urehes. srhw.ls, elub and reading- loomii, 
(kinic fntt lieighta for Tenlilalinn: aluu oa 
orkobopa, ooach lioiiaea. stablea, kv. Fifty 
builJitig*,inocnii*eorao:.«tcuclioD,niay be seen 



at bii works close by. Catalngnea miiy lie nh- 
tuined at hia oBloi^s adjoining Ibe B<<yi<l 
Paviliiin ; clerk iilwuvs in altenilnnai!. 

HnTCHINBON, A., & CO., 8 &: 4 
Great Winchester Street, London. E.C. 
— Twnly-lwo Stairs k-ading from Wefileni 
Pavilion to Maaliinery in Motion, covered with 
Huli'hinH.m's Pati'nt India-rubber Coytrirg. 
la noiseleas, nnn-a lipping, easy of applicailion. 
Can bo nuule in width fmm 3 to 10 uicliea 
wide. Manufactured only by exbibilora. 

JEFFRET & CO., 84 Essex Bo&d, 



Cookery. The above firm bare just talien nut 
D Patent to be known as "JufTrey & Co.'a 
Patent Hyginnio Well Papers," for rendering 
all wall piipers se fir wiwlmbie Hint Ibey niny 
1>e cleiini-d down wilh sjionge and O'ld veler. 

JENKS ti WOOD, 65 Holbom Via- 
duot, and Ray Street, Fanlngdon Road, 
hare placed at the diaposnl of tlie Executive, 
the funiilute and draperies of tlie Jurors' Rouni. 
This iipartmenl, nrnngt-d as a Club Bunm, is 
pruiidMl with czamplea of antique furniture 
and ciiairs of varii>us atylea. The winduw 
hangings aro of wurm-oolonied materiat. and 
tlie whole is illnmina'ed by Electrio LlKbt, by 
Mr. 8. J. BIttckie, of .17 Gracechurch Streit. 
This fltm haa aiao suppUcd art objects liir ileco- 
niting the ronin sit apart for the use of ti.c 
Loiidnii iiu'l Provincial Preas. 

JOHNSON BROTHERS, 6 Water- 
loo Place, PaU IfaU. Iiave done thu gluiing 
of the Walet Compiiniea' Pavilinn, on Ih.ir 
Paleut Imperishable Systero of Dry GlaKiut;. 
The leading featarrs in this svsttm are ti e 
fldstio melel glazing bar. and Ine channellod 
horixonlai purlin stretching from Mfter to rafter 
to carry Uih glazing bar*. The ban* are fonueil 
in two parto, of zinc or ropper, the lop half 
sliding into the Inwer half, thus forming an 
elastic spring holdin|> the glass securely, yet 
allowing of it» eiuHnnion or contraotiou without 
breakHge. The bars and purlins are ao fnimed 
in ordinary pitched roofs all oondeniw<i 
r ia ahsniulely taken to the outside. This 
system of glasing is very effective for oury. d 
roofa or doniee, no bent glass being required. 
In lb"' Pavilion roof the pmpertiis of the syi-l. lu 
are aeveiely tested by the u'tmeroiie angles and 
exlieuie Datne-s '-f some of iU parts. 

KEEN AN. MATTHEW, Armagh 

Works, Tredegar Road, Bow, E— 

Ktenan's Non-Conducticg Papur Mocbe fur 

coating b-iilers, cylinders, pipes, charcoal cis- 

na. vacuum puna, brewers' steam eoppt-™. 

liquor boeka, &o. Hr. Kocnan has ensiol 

ileil surfaces Tt Ihe Health blibihilinn, and 

ii. the sole inventor and manufacturer ol thia 

in- con d noting msterial. 

KEITH, J., Hydraulic Engineer, 87 

Holbom Viaduct, EC; Edinburgh 6c 

Arbroath.— The ilnirieK are supplied nith bi>t 

r thiougliont hy Keith's Tattnt Hot Watir 



Ci'mfJiMl^larg IJtl. 



Aiiiiuml-i>. ainviuUv •tcs'Eiitd bikI litluil ap f'lr 
t e Uadtit kxhiliition by Ur. Jitm«* Keitli. 
Tlie Bpparaliu a wltiuppljine. (laiiiLi o»i»' 
pkle in iiseir witlmut ariT building rv b^l(^k' 
vxrk tviinil it, uiil rcquiris no spuoiBl brirk 
cliiioaey. It cnntaiiii 500 Bollmu of hut wktrr 
at one timo, und ii c&pable of aappljing (<on- 
tmnniwl; 500 gailona an hour — ur ■>;• on nn- 
liniileil Bnpgil; of wKler vilhin a foiT degree* of 
boiling point, nniler prcMurr, Ui the MTeml 
Binka (tad Lnso laps. The whole kpP*' 
BtBDiIfl on one lli»r level, and the nnall fire of 
rnkeorantliniPiteoo«lb«ingentlreljiiirTDQnded 
hy water, there 1b no pnuible riak from Ure — 
tlio flro itself being n-gnlati-d to bum rery 
slowly ; the rott of Fuel per lUf and attention 
reqiilrod arc cmupaTalirolj trifling, llio fliv- 
boi only requiring to be fllleil up onoc in the 
morning anil onec atuigbt. TbeapiisnttoBaDd 

fipr« arc wholly onalud nnlaide by Leroy'i 
'lU^t Non-«indurting CompoBition, which 
(Rocliuilly pri'Tenta ludiatlon and retains all the 
Luut. {&.V als.! eiilry on piige 210.) 

LEETB, KDWASDB, Ac HORUACf. 
Euston Works, 366 & 368 Huston 
Road. TT.W. — (1) Leote, E<iwur.ls, A Nor- 
niaa'a " Cirruluting" and "Aerating" i^stem. 
for purifying sea and fteah watiT, and m:iin- 
tuiiiing aDiiiial life in aquaria. Has been 
Kiluiy cuptoyud f<'r tliiB patpoae in the Aqua- 



B tlie a 



Tlie a 



oxyeeiialion of the water, logether with ilB 
brightnoiB and purity, leatify to the complete 
iiltlcicney of this «y»tem. which ia based upon 
nimplu natural liivrn. (S) Leets, F^lwards, & 
Norman a Patent Kobry Putntis, employed in 
thcrr cirenlaling ByalL-m, may bp seen at work 
in the Pumping Station of the Aqaarium, 
boTitig been running nmlinnonsly by day and 
night sioeo April, IHt». Tli-w pimipa, and nil 
other parts of the above appotalus, ure made 
in vulcaaitc. 

LEWIS & COMPAITT, Limited, Bell 
Poiindere, Shepherd's Iione, Brixton, 
aw.. C'lntnutorn lo IJie Corporation of Ihu 
'i'rinitj U-'uac, liava Very kiudiy lent Bi'lle. 

LTNCRtlSTA WALTON COM- 
pAiry. 9 Bernera Street, W.— Deooration 
of Ibo tieeretary'B OIBep. iind of llif room* set 
apart for the UBU of the London and Provincial 

MAIONEN, P. A.. £3 & as Great 
Tower Street, RC lias erected the Driiib- 

iiig FiinntaiiiB in the Kmundu, Utted thi^ni with 
Ilia "New Strvleo" "Fillre lUpido," and ia 
kuepiuK the Hllcrcd water iceil for the free nae of 
the puljlie. He bus alwi xupplied the oBlccB of 
[bo Kieeuliie C'.iminLttee, llin Dining RoomB 
and llore of tliu Naliouoi School of Cookery, 
of Mesara. Rirtriun A HoboftB, and of Iho 
VcgolariBn Stjoicty. with his "Bijou D" and 
" New SorvioH " " Filtrnaltopidiw." Be Iidb hIso 
Bupplicd the larso Altera imcvaiary to cslorify 



bri!«di&g Tanka. 

UOORE. JOSZAH, Be SOira, 8^- 
forde Works, St. Jamea'a Walk. Clerk- 

enwell. B.C.— In Uie win.ji.ra of iho E«lai 
Arcade, on right han<l of Ch^pf Enlrmncih ntor 
New Dining lloomB. this Hrm Iibto soppliadMl 
fited Bome of thair Palvnt Inipruioit OIm 
Louvre Ventilalora, In whieh Hid adiauibm of 
air i» directed upwaiOB and difTutnl, thu caw- 
ing a eontinnotu circulation of air andatthi 
anine titne Dicliiding min. Tfaoy can be dev- 
iated at plcamre to any degreo by maoaoft 
very aimiile and etHnu-viiiB orrangemeDt woriul 
by a niigle cord, and are aelf-cliteiBg i and btiif 
made cbietly of glou, n>i ohatruutitin of ligU 
takes plaeti. Tliry can be made li> any tiMix 
(iirm to unit metal or wood sash<u, alao Hot ikj 
and fan lighla, and are luitable for pntaU 
bouaeis niflrea, warehoustia, ohnrobni, haltf. wl 
publiebuitdinga^nerally. Intba winda«o>A^ 
caileon k<rtnfChierEntranae,the7haircaliOMp- 
plied one of their ImpMved Circolar WltmY«- 
titstore, which are adapted to wiiuijm grtMaiiOj. 

MOORE, JOHN, Be 80NB. 38 CIark> 
enwell Close, London, E.C., ( lor^kruakm 
lo H.H.H. 111,. llTiltL- o( &U-.biirgh, H^i 
Oflloe of Works, Iho Lorrla of tt.e Adminlti, 
Iho War DoportmcDt, tlje Indiaii CoundL 
the Colonial llovernment, tlie ICnniMi GOfen- 
ment, the Emperor of Broiil, tlie Qdmh if 
Hwlagaacar. Ac S:k, have ernoisii in tbt 
Chok Tower faalng the ConBervatur7--(l) A 
Turret Striking Clock, ahowing time ooftdW 
8 ft. diameter, and striking llie liosrm on a M 
of 3 ewt. ThiB clock is suitable for a iHdl 
church or tnwnhalL (8) In the Gi»nd B nlw— 
a Turret Timepiece, with a 5 ft. eopfat (bL 
Tliia ia snitnble for any public building wlxn 
a gtrikiog ulock ia Dot deAiiHble. (3) In the 
EiiBt Oailerv a Clock for a bell of I cwt. wtib ■ 
4 n. 6 in. liial, <iraliBjn I'Bcaptgnont, and iMO 
po'iHoted iiendulntn. ThLa olw-k iss»il«blefi« 

Siiblio Bchoola or atables. (4) In the V*l 
aller? a small Turret Timepiooc, with 4 ft 
Ii in. (fial, suitable fur vilhtge s-hool or publie 
inaiitute. (6) In the principul Dining KooniB 
Btrikiug Clock, in a walnut Ciiae. aiiilabic (v 
tliQ entrance ball of a club or niniiaiou; aoJ 
other clucke for use in lito Kjihibiiion. 

WERRYWEATHER ft 80H8, Fin 
Engine Works, Oreeniirioli Road, S,&, 
have plaoed at the diapoeal of tlie (JommilM 
for nao by the Gre ataff of the Kihibition, in 
caae of an outbreak, the followini* Are eitin- 
guiahing applianeos :— Two Maiiaioa FireE» 

S'nes, BBvoral chemical Fire Engines, Tmn^ 
irridor Firo Enginea, Towr Portable HoHB 
Fire EoginoH, and London Brigade Poitabl* 
Hand Fire Pmnp«, u supplied to Ber MuHtT 



iiptimrnlarii I, let. 



wid implemetita, fanniiie '"Hit the band lire 
pumpa, buckcta and hjdmnts, Blandpipea and 
bene, BquipmenU for twuuty-foui complete 
Firo Stition*. 

MOORE. A. L., Sc CO., Artists In 
Stained QIaaa, 89 Boucliampton Bow, 
Bnsaell Square, Loadon, W.C., bavu Qlltd 
' nneil bjthf Chainniin, 



a m ligbuaboTv, biiTe tbearuis oT Engliuid, 

LraUnd. ^tlurid, and Waleii, introduoed In 
upper portioo witb au elabonte pattrrn of gao- 
mcUinij luulwuik buueath. Tbe Susietarj'id 
ItuotD emuLBta or mx liubU nitb trnusuni) abnve, 
in which »re repieaciitwl figures of Painting, 
Poctn', Seu'plitfe, Hu^o, tbo two centr,- baviag 
tb« UunoerBmo A. 8. (Arta and Sci. nc«) 
inaerled. Tbe viDdnir, omiialing of tbrra 
lights and trauaom, at tlie end of tbe puHkge 
Iwding to ibe vair-ui otHoi-B ia filled with nn 
elaborale lubject allegorioally treated to rt-pre- 
•eot Fame iliatiibutiDg wreuths of luurela to 
flgnrea rapraxentiug the T&rinui tudti^lriei for 
•hieh tlie IntamiatioDal EibibitionK are bciog 
\teld- In tbe oaoop; of the upper portion of 
tbi» wtodow are introduced tbe Prince of 
Walea'a featben, Ac. ±0. The viudnwa in the 
Liiteiar; Sepeiintendent's ronnl contain bi;adB 
of aKititic anri Ltenir}' cdubritiua. 

ZTATHAN & CO., MES8HS., hnve at 
their own cost fumialicd opciimeiiB of CoghnneB 
ofth« Eiuly 1'erio.I. 

PTTLHAM. JAHES Se SON, Broz- 
boume. Harts. " KockifTiiig" all the Fish 
Tanki in tbe Aqonniim Cunidol nt leaa than 
<nat price. One of the two CuTemanB RereaseB 
frea of co«t. Deoorating Ibe Corridor' witb a 
variety of Art Flower Boiea, Pula, Baabelf, 
Vaata, *c., by loan during the term of Kiliibi- 
tion free of o™t Also of Vaaea, Toxz^ 4c., on 
vaiiona jatn ab^ut the Eihibilion. Blanu&c- 
tar«d in tbuir Red and BulTTerrn Colta. 

PATETTT VICTOHIA STONI! CO. 
283 Kingaland Road.— Tbt Patent Vic- 
t'fia t^uinp ia laid uiid.r the PurlioD, in Il>e 
Eulnin™ Hull (F'nh Murkel, Great Rofn-sb- 
niont Bar now), Liiniug Kitoiioo, and in frunt 
of tbe AraerioaD Bar. Tlie Bt'-jw in tbe t<:rmi'ea 
are tdm of tbe Mine maierial. It ia an artificial 
•tune which haa been largely used during the 
lait thirteen yeaia aa footway paving in London. 

POBTEB & SON, as CuUum Street, 
FanohUToh Street, supply Uie wbr.le of tbo 
loduntutg AppuralUH for vommunlcatioii fmta 
lliQ Telrplione to tbe Kngine Koom, and from 
(lie centre of Engine Koom lo the diffcroiit 
Engines driving tlie HucIiiutM;. lo a« to be 
able at any time lo >top ibe eiigiuen in oaae of 
a tailare of light in an; aoctioti of the Uuildings. 

FOWJJKU OEOBOE, 104 ITewgats 
Street, Ixnidoii. — Folding Drnugbt Scn*UH, 
•upplied in Front Vcatlbule, 0(Bm of Lileiar; 
Snperinlendent, School of Cookery, tec. 



SALVIATI, BUHKE. Sc CO.. of Ve- 
nice; and 311a Regent Street, W., 

Bupply a largo chandelier at tbu Entronee of 
tbe Central Court. This chandelier will l* 
used ftg an omamonttil apjiliuiice fi>r llie oleotiio 
light. It baa bren arruu>^l thiit Ibe same firm 
■hall BDpply, later on, some brnoketB also aa au 
ornamental appliance for tbo electric light f-r 
the illumination of a^nie of the oorridors, Thia 
Firm liaa also flnptilicd a chandelier for tha 
room «et apart for the use of the London and 
PiOTinoial Press. 

8HAHT), MASON, & CO., 75 Upper 
Qroimd Street, BlackMarH Road, Iion- 
don, 8.E., have placed at tht> disp'ieal of tier 
Hujeaty'B ConiiniBsionera a Dumber of their 



partB of the building ready for im- 
meduiteuBe. TlieaeconeiBtof 2DoubteCurridur 
File Enginea, to be worked by two men ; 1 
Improved Corridor Fire EiiginoB, to be worited 
by one person; and 10 London Brignde 
Portable Hand Fire Pumpa as fitted up for 
nao in public and private inatitntioiiB. private 
QianslonH, £c., and aa aimplied to Uer Naje«ty 
the Queen, His Royal Highncia the Piince of 
Wales and other mcnibera of the Royal Family, 
the nobility, &c. An aesortmont ol Cbomiciil 
Fire Engines, bnckets. &e., hidrants fixed inio 
vertical fire-mains in the porroanent building, 
and on the horizontal main* in tbe grounds, 
Btaad pipes, hoao of leather. Vancher'a original 
bnnd-mude woven canvaa hoee, specially pro- 
pired to prevent rot, patent tanned eanvaa hnae, 
lined with india-rubber, brunch and jet pipes, 
ia.. aa adapted for use in public and private 
eatablisbments. 

SINCLAIR, JAMES, 104 Iieadenhall 
Street, E.C.— Theao well-known Chemical 
Fire Engines arc self-ncting and always reudy 
for immediate action by tbe gi neratiun of 
carbonic-ucid gas, one gallon of the contenla 
being of more value than many galluns of plain 
water. Thej can bo rapidly rt-cbarued, and 
the oontentn are harmless to life, health nr 
property. Tynilale'a Smoke Resplralora an! tn 

pungent aoiokB with perfect safety, cither to 
rescue life, secure property or extiuguish fire. 

STRODE tc CO., 48 Oanaburgh Street, 

H.W.— Liu-Be Gas Biimeris, u*d m ligliliug 
np tbe Bclgiau Court. 

STIOa, WHJiIAM. & CO., Vincent 
Street, Westminster, B.W. — Lar^a- Gns 

Unmors, uned in lighting up Uie Bi-lgian 
Court. 

THOMAS, J. J., ft CO., 87 Queen Vic- 
toria Street, E.G., Ae285 &36a £dg:war« 
Boad, W. — Wirewoik Fencing uud liruu- 
nieBlal Wire Struct uroa. 



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TBSLOAB ft 80ira, 68, 68, ft 70 

Ludgate Hill, B.C.— Trelours Door Mata; 
nutde of oooiia-nut fibre, unbleached, and 
without the athuixtnre of any other materiiiL 
Biuiilar mats were presented to the Fiaheries 
Exhibition, and were in me during all the time 
it was open ; and nune of the mats were worn 
out, altliouKh nearly three millions of people 
walked over them. 

TBOTMAN, J., 188, Holloway Road, 
N. — Rustic Summer Houses in Tarions parts of 
the grounds. 

UNITE, JOHN, S88 Edgeware Boad, 
W. — Seat, with Awning, in Garden, to Booms 
provided for the accommodation of the London 
and Provincial Press. 



B0BIN80N, VINCENT, ft CO., 
84 Wisn^iore Street, W., at the request of 
the Indian Bub-Oomniitt^e, have undertaken 
and carrii'd out the decoration of the Indian 
Section, by a considerable and very interesting 
display of Oriental Carpets and Indian Textiles. 
The specimens thus placed on view, whetlier 
to represent Indian manufactures, or for the 
purpose of enhancing the effect and interest of 
the general scheme of decoration, are, in many 
cases, worthy of a more than passing attention. 
The well-known fact thut the detiigns of 
Oriontiil CHr|x^ts, whether Indian or Persian, 
show evidencet) of a common origin, even when 
the effect produced would appear to most piei- 
tivoty contradict such a supposition, lends a 
further inttrcHt t) such a colKction as the 
present, U'yond that to l)0 derivetl from the 
jHjrfect harmony of c»olonring and sense of pro- 
jjortiou ohscrvftble even in the most oriiinary of 
Kaitt(>rn fabrics. This Firm has aluo supplieil 
carpets for the moms set apart for the use of the 
IiOn<lon and rrovincial Press. 

WATERIiOW ft SONS, Iiimited 
(PHILIP H. WATERIiOW, Chair- 
man), 28 Qreat Winchester Street, 
liOndon, E.C. — The use of offices in the 
buildings of the Company in London and Paris 
as City Offices of tlit* Exhibition, and the ser- 
vices of a portion of their staff without any 
charge. 



The following Exhibitors ha 
plianoea mentioiied for nse 
Court 

BIGGB ft SOir.— 43iemen 
BOWEN, of St. Neot^ 
GEO. FdBBEST ft SOI 

IMFBO VED QA8 ft Ol 
CO., Iiimited, 81 Palm 
ings, E.C.— Douglaa Gas Lai 

8TBODE ft CO., 48 Oan 

N.W.--Sunlights. 

WM. suae ft CO., m 

Westminster, a'W.— Gas I 

The following have been 
lend to the Executive Counci 
Materials for use in the Di 
Kitchens of the National Tn 
Cookery : — 

BECK, F. W., ft CO 

Avenue, E.C.— Bouillon Kei 

COI.MAN, J. ft J., ft CC 

Street, E.C.— Mustard and & 

DBOITWICH aAIiT 

Thames Street.— Salt 

EDMUNDS, J., laven 

— Currie Powder and Paste. 

GILES, B., ft CO., Bla 

Stoves, Boilers, Ovens, Steume: 

KENT, G., 199 Hi^h ] 
— Refrigf rators. Knife Macliin< 

MAIGNEN, P. A., 28 
Street, KC- Fitters. 

MOIH, JOHN, ft SOI 

Street, E.C.— Tinned and Pi 

TYRER, PETER, 70 

Borough. — Mushroom Ketch 

YEATMAN ft CO., 11 
Street. — Corn Flour and Buki 



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ELECTRIC LIGHTING. ^ 

Further iufbrmntion mav bo oblaEnod on applioalloa to Mr. W. D. Qoooh, thtt ElH-tTienl 
Eugiaef r tor tht CainmUaionera of the ExhibitiuQ, at bis Offloe in tha Annexe Mt >put 
for the Eleotrio Light Mochiner;. 



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ANGLO - AMERICAN BRUSH | 
mjeCTRJC LIGHT CO.. Belvedere ' 
Road, Lftmbeth.-N™, IH unci lit im I'liin, 
Eutand Weal Aiiiioxe. Ac, 22 vo lamps, Briuli 
doable pattern, driveii by 1 o-intinuuua ourront 
Bruah niachme. Na. 27 on PUn, Locktinrt'^ 
Cnooft TNvem, uid the Oyster Bur, 80 Viuturiu 
100 *olt. 20 op. iDcaudeitceut lamps, the oiureat 
tot whii^h ii taken from I contiDDaus curreut 
Dynuno, "Victoria" tjpe. Tbia latter is 
driveii t^ a "Tower" spherical direct notion 
«a^De. A limilor njacbina. driven by a 
Kitaun-pHrton H-ajiecil tn^ine. lighting the 
aame apace altemntely with Ibu Townr uiigiuo. 
Miwliiuea iu Uyuutuu Cjhcd PluU, marked SD-'iDi 
61- 

BAOSKAW & SONS. H£SBRa, 
Batle;, Yorkahira.— One I'ultnl Friction 
Pulley Clulcb, Jesigiu-d for driviug portion of 
Uiu EdisOQ-Swuii Djnaioog. 

BAER, R., 84 East India Dock Road 
Ag^'.it for Messrs. (Jl.ie«U & W.UIod, ClI«*gow 
Link Belting Uiroiiglioul KIwtrio Light She.!. 
BERNSTEIN ELECTRIC LAMP 
CO. (THE). 11 Blenheim Street, New- 
Bond Street (per Dr. MAIER), ixbibit 
4U IkriiBlein TO op. incunileeCL'iit himps iu the 
ladiou Court. Nk. 31 uu l>kn. 

BRITISH ELECTRIC LIGHT CO. 
(THE), Turk's Head Yard, Tummill 
8tr*8t, RC— No. 17 on PUn, West Cuatn.1 
OiOlety, S sro lumpa of 2u00 nom. op., and 
3 wra liun)W of 3SU0 oom. cp., driven by one 
E trmnme mucbine, excited hy an A gramme : 
and two A fimmniL-n, driving aiii'^Ie lights. 
HMchinei in Dynamo Ftaii. luurked Noi. 18-20. 
CLARK & BOWMAN, 33a Ludgat« 
Hill. E.C., & 411 Brixton Road, aW. 
—No. 10 on PIhb, Weil Corridor nod South 
Annexe, 8 are lampa of 1000 nom. cp. od the 
Clark i Bowman Patent, driven by a 
"Phoenix" oonliunoua current Dynaiuo, lent 
for the purpose by UesArB. Pali rson & C^per. 
Machine in Dynamo Slied Plan, No. 33. 

CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC 
ZiIOHT CO., 110 Caimon Street, EC. 

—Water Pavilion (part of), So. 11 „a Plan, 
lighted with 75 bfty-volt incuiiddtoiiioo bunpB 
of ^0 cp. each. 

CROMPTOW, B. K, S£ CO., Arc 
WorkB. Cbelmaford; and Ifaneion 
VOL. ma. 



House BuildlngB, 4 Queen Victoria 

Street, E.C.— Nn, H on Plan, Water Poviliou 
I iiiiri:ii] Ciiiiiinuoiig current dynamo, Bupply- 
inic 5U inc.indiwoeDt larupB. Also No. 33 OQ 
PLm. Diapky of Kouui.an«, lUuniinalion by 
BeUm-t*.! Light ftom bu«o of Clock Tower. 
Tlie light use<l u from a Cmmpton arc Inmp of 
10,000 cp. Dom.. and ia driven by one Urge 
Oampton Dynamo. Machines iu Dynamo 
Bhed Plan, Noa. 62, 63. 
DAVET, PAXMAN, & CO., Colohaa- 
ir.— The total Motivi' power as supplied bythie 
Brm fur driiing Iho Elcctrio Light Machinery 
of the ExhiblLiou couBiatB of: — Oue coupled 
Horisontal Sleum Eugine, Donelriicte-1 to indi- 
cate 300 horae-power. No. 1 on Plon of Bbed, 
Stled irith Paxman'a Patent Automatio Ex- 
penaion Gear controlled by Patent Guvernoi 
and all modem impruvenienti to secure greal 
economy and perfect regularity of Bpeed. The 
power i» given oSt by two fly-wheela of 12 ft 
diamelur and 16 in. width moh. Oue Coupled 
Hoiiaiiilttl Sl«un Engine, conatructed to indi' 
.■ale 300 hor,^ power. No. 2 on Plan of Engint 
Slicd, of same deaign ua above mentioned 
Tbepower iagivenoirby oneflywheelof laft 
diau'uler and 2 fL width. One Horizonta! 
Compound Steam Engine of the reoeiver typa 
oiiuatrucled to indiiale 200 boise-poser. No 
3 on Plan of Engine Shed, fitted with PaX' 
man's impnivtd system of slide valvtt, nnd 
having tlie cranks at right anet«a. Thi 
principal wearing parts are made of atael nuc 
the power is given off by one Hywfacel of 10 ft 
diameltr and 18 iu. width. One Scmi-Fiiec 
Compound Kngiiie with cylinders nndemeatl 
the bojler, constmcted to indicute 120 liorse 
power, No. * on Plan of E.igine Shed, ol 
Bimilar deoign at the one before dewTibed 
The power is given off by one By-wbe. 1 i. 
Hi ft. diameter and 16 in. width. One Doub]« 
Cylinder Semi-Portable Engine, oonslructed U 
indicate 80 borne-power, No. 5 on Pbin, nitt 
engine on the tiip of the boiler, and flttec 
with Paiman's Patent Automatic Valve Qea: 
and Governors. The poser ia given offby em 
By. wheel of 6 11. diameter and 10 in. width 
One Double Cylinder Semi- Fixed Biean 
Engine. No. 6 on Pbui, with engine nndemeatl 
Iho boiler eonstraoled to \iulv&<Jb V*i>«i™ 
power. BuvW aai i^^ii« »j» uusm.'uA. 
1 Blfona wiQVis>iV-YiWi iTaiua, mA 'ii-* V*' 



164 

12 fn. widlli. A ncBt of 8ii Hultltubnlu 
Soml-Pnrlablo Ilnilon of Uio loaomotlTs type 
fitt supplying the two oouplcd hi>rlioiit-U 
ooginM with Btcam. The flrebaxn are of mild 
Blu'l, and tlio working pRVBUre ii 100 lbs. dlt 
Mjuorc inch. Too Multitubular Bemi-Portablo 
boilcis of the looiimotive l^po far lupplying 
Btoaru to ilrlTe tbe horizuntiil ciim|iounil 

DEFRIE9 & SONS. MESSES, 147 

HoundBditch,E.C.— Out Kiwi r^lieHnRli 
lij-lilixl Willi 72 Swan LnmiiB. ArU Oallfry. 
No. 2 on E-luii. 

EDISON 8W AH ELECTRIC LIGHT 
CO., Limited, Head OfQcea, S7 Holbom 
Viaduct : Brunch Offlcs, 104 West 
George Street, OliiBgow ; Factories, 
Newcaatle-upon-Tyne ; Proprietors in 
the United Kingdom of the Edison and 
Sw^an Kloclrio Patenta. — \o. I od f'lim, 
Entronoe Ve.tilml.>: No, 2 on Plan. Pinp Aiti 
Onllery ; No. 3 on Plan, Diniag Boouu : No. 1 
■in PloD, Cheap Diniag Bi>oiui>, and No. & 
Litorarv Bupi^rluteDilenl's Koiini— are HI by 
l(HK> Bdlsrin Slid Swnn 91 volt inl^andp■c«nt 
lampa (airooged in porullal an), ahiub are Tod 
bvlOooutiDuoiucnTTcntiaacliinworilieEtliBOD 
Typo. The fittings are supplied by that Cotd- 
puny, BDil are of a phamotei to demonatratu 
"phrap" By«tem of ligbtinK largo oriaa. lu 



Boiu, containing 72 <ft-voU Svinn lump*, 2 
wiriea. Literary Hupcrinlendent's Ri>om b lit 
by 40 S^ua incandeMont 40 vnlt tampt, in 2 
aerin, aUo from tlila buialUtioo. Mnchines 
iu DynniDO Bheil Plan, marked Noa. 1 to 10. 

No. IS on Plan, Boynl Parilion. This 
PnTilioD ii lighted np by about 200 Swan Kl 
vnlt incaiidoneDt lampi, arranced iu iiamltrl 
"■ " jilting is spmiallj ' ' 



idei-tilo flllingi are supplii'cl by Uoura. Gillow 
& Co. for I be Cairene Bonma. by Messrs. 
Kiinulny & Bun for tlie othtr apsrliDouU. 
MQi'hioes in Dyuauo She<l Plitn. iuurlio.1 Ni>a. 
II, Vi. 

EDMUNDS, HENHT, Victoria Han- 
Bions. Victoria Sti-eet, B.C.— No. 21 on 
riiin, Ci'iilml Gallory, ill oiuiiiatci by 25 H.ioli. 
Iiiiiiwii LuiupH, 1000 num. cp., worked by a 
dirt'ct curnniL II. H. dynamo. No. .t3 on Plan, 
Miut Li)i;ht. currying 6 lumps of 8000 op., each 
driven by U. U. dynamo. This most is 120 ft. 
bigh. No. S'l on Fhin, Indian Court, liehtcd 
by 40 Burnilein 70 op. inoandescent lampa 
driren by oue dirert-<?urrent maiJiiDe. Miiohiues 
in Uyuamo Sheil Pbn. uiaiked 29-31. 

ELPHINSTONB & VrNCENT, 
MSSSR8., 794 Qraoeclmroli Street, 
JIC— No. 18 on I'lsn, Eost CtBlJul Galh'ry, 
'^^iiibit an Elphaietoae * Vincent D;nania 



iS«lrA> Zi^Mv. 



Haohine, driving S60 Gatehrmee. 42 rott 
SO op. incaodcscont lamps, in udo nislc« u( 
East Cenlm,! fJullcry. Maciiinoa in Dyuiuuo 
Slid Plan, Nofl, 42. 3. 

WOLVERHAMPTON ELECTRIC 
LIGHT STORAGE & ENartTBBH- 
INQ COMPANY (THE), (ELWELL & 
PAHKEB).— One El.ell H. Parkor Dynsmo, 
Sinsiie. 24 Plunli!' (1882 patent) New Pullcm 
Cclla. Two Elwcll AParker DmfHu^ 6 in. size. 
24 Plant« Circular Ccl Is. 24 'PIhdIc CiTmbt 
Ctlls, Isttiflt pattern. Ont.> EUeil & Parker iliph 
Sjiei (I Btaim Engine and Dyunmo oombineil. 
fur ship li^bting or any olhi^r puiposc. 

FABADAT ft SONS, UESSBR. S 
Bemere Street, W.—FittingB. Royal Pavi- 
lion, Nil. IS on Plan, and Wist Dining Boom. 



i. 20 o 






g:£:RARD & CO., 82 Hatton Oarden, 

B.C. — No. 3ti on Plan, Doulton's Ct<nuiir 
Pavilion, 2 Gerard coDtinnoos currml 
dyuamoe, each driving 20 50 op. and 4 
200 cp. fncandewent lanijie. Hacrbiaci in 
Dynamo Sliud PUu, Nos. 44,58. 

GLOVER & CO., 26 BooUi Street, 
Moncheater, have auppliid a purl of tlia 
SiTvi™ Win;= of «.^ino of tliu bistallattoug. 

GREAT WESTERN ELECTRIC 
LIGHT AND POWER CO., Limited, 
4 Great Winchester Street Buildings, 
E.C.— One emntl Victoria Machine and 10 
Swan Lam[>K iu the "Uakertca." 

GULCHBR ELECTRIC LIGHT CO, 
Limited, Battersea Poundr;, S.W.— 
No. 23 on Plan, Eiut Gallory. 4 No. 4 ms- 
ohinos driving 40 nro ItunpH. Giilchfr ajBtwn. 
All thesu lumps arc in parullel arc with rheo- 
static botaiiFe, which b a feature of tbe G^dicr 
nro- lighting system. The lamps have a noin. ^ 
of 500. 

Plan, Chinoso Ro^taiirKiit, ISO 
ndosoent Inuips and B GQIcImt 
lining ou the sanio ciitMiit in 



Crot.ke'B in< 

unmllcL 

No. 6 on 
3S0 Crooko's 



Plan, Dairies. Thiwe are lit hy 
ToIL 2D cp. iuv-aii kw^i'l 
pHrullol arc, am] worked by 
4 No. 4 Ciih-hcr niaohim s. Mncbiooi. id 
Dynamo 6bed Plan. Nos. 82-38. 

HAACEE, A., ft CO., 21 Lime Street, 
E.C. — Fossil meal compnaitinii for nm,\\^% 
slenm pipes ami boilt'rs. M&ara. Davoy, Pail- 
man & Cxi, 'a boilers and slram pipes to Na 1 
and 2 engines arc anted witli tbia oomp(»i- 

HAMMOND ELECTRIC LIGHT 
AND POWER SUPPLY CO., 110 Can- 
non Street, E.G.— No. 20 «□ Plan, Aquari- 
um, Wesl Art'dilo, and West Diuiiig Korana. So. 
?.\ nu Pbiu, Indian I'oa Hoom. Oue Fenuti 
altcrnntiu^ macbini', driving about 1000 Wml- 
house ft uawKin 50 volt 20 cp. incandoircnM 
lantpt, nnvueod on four oomponni) pniMtW 



C-iroDils of doublo ■ories oarli— tho dynamo 
haring an E. SI. F. of 250 volK 

No. 31 oD Plan, We>t hikI East Quadrant, 
E«at Aroade, Tl.ird Ctaaa IMning Bonm, and 
dxhibilion Rnnd Entraoce. Ono 10-light Brueh 
Fdntinuoua cmrcDt machine, and fort; lumps, 
double Bruah improTcd puttrm. Moobines 
in Djnamn bbtd Plan, mjirked Nna. 55, 56, 57. 

BAKDMAIT A: SONS, Earl'a Court 
Station, Kiipply all [lie tual for Mrsen. Daiej 
and Pucknuiu t Engines in the EJi'OtriD Light 
Bliod. 



LsNoB. 20utid 14. 

HBHLBY TELEQHAPH WOHKS 
CO., Limited, 8 Drftper-B Qardeos, B.C., 
littTO supplied all tliR Mala CnbUa n r|iiir.'i] for 
the [mtnlUttohB except Uiobs of Snnn, Edibon, 
aiid Siemens eyBtenix. 

JABLOCSKOPP ELECTHJC 

LIOHT AND POWEH CO. (THE), 
Limited, 1 Great Winchsatflr Street 
Buildlnis, E-C— N'n. 10 on Plan, Snulh 
C«ntTiil Gallpry, Central Avunue, pnrt of Etut 
Oentml Onllcr;, and mrt of Wust CeDlnil 
Gkllcr;. Eighty Jabli«IikolTCnnd1es,arTaDgMi 
in pair* tnr forty lamps, mcli of 5<>0 nom. cp., 
wnTKod by four Jabloclikoff-Gromnia Bolf-eipit- 
ing alternating dynamiw, and 350 inoaude«cent 
lump* of 20 ep., lighting interior rooma in East 
Ccntnt! Gallery. worke>l by imo Jabloobkoff. 
niammeself-excilingaltemalingilynamoi alao 
noe It) Lt. maohioe. snpplyiug light to Varley 
eltiihit in Small Cnrriilnr. Machine in Uy- 
naino Sbtd Plan, No. 50-51. 

IiANCASHTHE PATENT BELTINa 
CO., THE, Btrangeways, MancheHter, 






■> Shed. 



latioiiH of Dynamos in the Dyrn 

IiATIMER, CIiAUK, UTJIRHEAJD 
& CO., 23 BeSBncy Street, Weetminsl 

S.W,— Six Arc Lamps, Wemor type, am 
("ariew type of 1000 cp. unniinal tiinli, lighting 
l-:ievtric Light Maeltintry, No. 9 on Plan. Cnr- 
rtrdt taken fnini Iko Brush mochineai Nos. 
•2:\ 28 on Phin of Djiinino-she.1. 

LAOTEHSACK. DANIEL, No. 
n, VoIkersplatB, Vienna.— Tbcrmopylo 
improvod i-lan, with about 30OU coupfeB d 
pn.e.1 in 44 rings. The balltry givea about 
Si Tolts and 5 amptres, and U burning W. k 11. 
10 pp. 42 Tolt incandescont lamps. No. ti4 
on Plan of Engine fibed. 

MACKIE, a J. ; for ELECTRIC 
POWER AND LIGHT CONTRACT 
AGENCY, 57 Oracechurch Street. KC, 
— S.i. IH on Plan, Part of "Old I, on. Ion " 
(Kxtcrior.) Five arc lamps. Lea patent, n.im. 
21)00 cp. each, driven by 2 gnmuno mucbinoa — 
E and A 

Na 80 on Plan, Jury Room 
- ----- ,„i. 



lighting. 1 Cfi 

lamps, 20 cp., Messrs. Wright & Mankie patents, 
drivun by one E gramme. Maebiues in 
Dynamo Shod Plan, N.«. 15. iJ. 7. 

OPPEBMANN BROTHERS, Btbw- 
house Yard, 173 St. John Street, E.C.— 
No. 14 OQ Plan, Wattr Cumiiaoies PavUion. 
No. 32 on Flan, Queen's Gate Entrance. 
One alternating current machine, Oppermann 
patent, 200 volts, supplying current to 300 
moandeBcrnce lumps, arranged in 4 series of 50 
volt lamps each. (1.) Snan type 50-volt 
lompB in parallel. (2.) Gatehoum type 50-Tolt 
lamps in parallel (3.) Wooitbouae A Itawson 
tyiie 50-vi>lt lamps in parallel. <4.) Oon- 

lidatc'd Electric Light Co. type 60-volt lamps 
pikiallel One epore machine. 

No. 32 on Plan. Queen's Gate Entranoo. 
Ouo small machine, Oppermann type, giving 
current to Fox L<mp at the Queen s Gate en- 
' ance of the Exhibition. Machines in Dynamo 

led Plan, No9. 41,48, 49. 

PATERSON & COOPER, Bt. PftiU'8 
Worka, 78 Little Britain, Aldersgate 
Street, E.C.— No. 10 on Plan, East Corridor, 
rkshop ore laiupa, nom. 1000 cp. driven 
ae of their improved oontinunns current 
(No. 4) "Phoenix" Dynamos — also a similsr 
machine (No. 3) driving 8 Clark ft Boirman 
lamps in West Corridor. Machined in Dynamo 
"■.ed Plan. No«. 39 A 40. 

PIL8BN JOEL ELECTRIC LIGHT 
CO., Telegraph Street, Uoorgate Street, 
KC— No. 22 on Plan. West Gallery. «ilh 40 
PilH.n arc himpe nom. lOOO cp., each driven by 
3 Scbilckerl direct-current dynamoB. 13 lampa 
each; also 7.5 50-volt 20 cp. "Galehmiaa" 
Incandedcenoe I^mpa in one Qaadnnt of 
Water Pavilion, No 14. Machines iu Dynamo 
Shed Plan, marked 24-27. 

ROYEH. C, Bondmill, Hopwood 
Lane, Halifex.^ I.™tbcr Belting prepared 









» rf "OM haai'in 



Fortf ini-andcaocnl 



BENNETT, A. R., 83 Hatton Garden. 
— No. 28 on Plan, hand sro lumps on the 

Benuelt Patent, of large cp., nom. 3500. O of 
these lamps arranged t^ wurk by hand aro 
UBcd In the display of jllumimilioua of the 
central Pountnin WatCT Towers. Tho cur- 
rent is tflkrn from a Siemens dyniimo (v. 
ante) ftlacl.ine in Dynamo Shed I'lan 
marked i'i, 

BIEBCENS BROTHERS & CO., Li- 
mited, IS Queen Anne's Gate, West- 
minster, 8.W. — So H5 on Plan, Conserva- 
tory : No. 5 on Plan, South GBlIery. In 
Machine Sheil — Two of their large aizo alter- 
nating cutiont, W 11 dynamo mucbinee, fed by 
eicitera, obieh give current for 1080 Biran 
incandescent lights 46 volts lighting tbe Soath 
Gallery. Tbe illnminalion iu tliis gallery fnlly 
demonstrates tbe possibility uf lighting lorgv 
areas by lnoande««nt lighting. 1 largo ihnni 
ironnd direct current dynamo-giving current to 
feed 4 6,000 cp. arc lamps (Siemens' i^atHimi 
for direct cnittnV vn >.Yio Ci.iw*«^».\b«^ . "^^im 
lamps are amn^EA'Mi fwnA.\e\ *x«~ ^^^^^ 



166 EUt^rie LigkHng. 



CoDtiniiout Current Dynamo, mnniDg 5 aro foiioo only, with a doable sjitifli of diopteio 

hand lumpi, and 6 Siemena differential are glntin^ prododng eren diml^ion of light with 

lamps, for fountain illumination, from Ldand a triflmg loaa compared with opid or ground 

and Water Towen. Macbinea in l>7namo Shed glaaa. The reault of the ratematio optieal 

marked on Plan, Noa. IS, 14, 15, 16. 17, 42. design is to produoe perfeotly even dillbakm 

SmPSOlT. A. H., The Univeraity, without irregular shadows, as m all out glass 

JBTottingluun. — Inoandesoeut lamps, tinted >hadea With a lOOa candle power are lig^ car 

a varied of colours by a new process. Ckmserva- a 20-foot post, a ciide of 150 feet diameter can 

lory of Prince of Wales's Pavilion, Aquariun^&c. ^ illuminated unifomnly all orer bj the use of 

SMITH, T. TAYTiKR, Bush Hill, *»»» l^ge !»"*««. ^,«.«. 

BnJtold.— No. 26 on Plan. One Elwell ft VABUBfY PATENTS KtOFSES- 

Parker Dynamo driving 40 Woodhouse and TABT. Mildmay Park Works. UUng- 

Bawson Lamps, lighting the Cottage Om^— ton, H.—No. 8 on Plan, Small Onrridor. 20 

Special movable Fittings, adapted to use of •'c Uudos of Yarley's Patent Flexible Oaibon, 

xSectric Ugbt for household purposes. driven >y 1 10-ligLt alt cunwit, JaMoeh- 

SUH EIiECTBIC LIGHT CO., 6 koff Gramme n>«^i^*«Ppl^d te thepo^^ 

Bidinff House Street, Great Portland J? the JaWod^ Eleotrie Ugfat Oompm. 

sSertT-Na 28 on PUn, Centiml Fountain, ^imit^. No. »7 on Plan, BmoUiig GslleiT. 

One alt eunentLachauss&dynsmo, driving 15 ^00 Varley high-up InoMdeaeent lfmpi> 

•*8nn*» arc lamps in series. Illuminating Uie JJ^^'Pfi? f"»J ^"^u^S?*^ Aocrawilaton. 

oontial portion of Uie gnat Fount-in display. Machine inDynamo Shed FUn, No. 54. 

also (14 and 29) the Cascailes and Water Pavi- VEBIT7 dk SOHS, TinCTtHBR, King 

lion Gardens. Machine in Dynamo Shed Plan, Street, Covent Garden.— One Eleelraller is 

Noa. 21 A 22. Metal in Arts Galleiy, No. 2 on Plan, li^Ued 

TBOTTEB, AIjEXASTDER P., 7 with 99 Edison Lamps. 

PnmivalB Inn, E.C.— In Goort Na 16 on WOODHOUSB is BAWSOH, 11 

Plan. Thirty hurge Patent Dioptric Lanterns Queen Victoria Street, E.C.— Woodhooas 

on the Jablochkoff Lights, composed uf ten ft Rawson Incandescent LMipa. 1000 W. ft B. 

panes of prismatic flint glass. J he light is Lamps, 50 Tolt, 20 candle power, od the Fer> 

ooth diflused and distributed uniformly bv the ranti Machine of the Hammond Co., and dia- 

aotion of two dioptric systems of prisms. Iheke tributed through the Aqusriuin, Wealsn 

prisms are designed on optical principles, and Arcade, and West Quadrant Dining Boone, 

are formed by a special process. In Court 75 ditto, li>;hting } o1 the Water PaTiUno. 50 

No. 8, twelve-inch i-ones in one pii>ce, on the ditto, 20 volts, 10-candle power in the Oonser- 

same principle, for use with incandescent lamps, vatory of the Prince of Wales*s Pavilion, in 

In Dining Booms No. 20, slso 80 Doulton's , conjunction with Messrs. Diok Badclyffe ft Oo.'s 

Pavilion Four-inch Cylindrical Shades for dif- > decoration. 




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1 



HYGIENIC LABORATORY. 

(Jnn'j-.' Ii> Cilij ami QaihU iMtHul,:) 

Director— PHOFESaOE COHPrELD. M.A., M.D. (Oxon). F.R.C.P. 
f AseiBtant and Demonatrator— Mr. CHAKIiEB E. CASSAIi, P.I.C., P.O.a 
AesiBtant— Dr. W. FRASER, Ban. Sci. Cert, Cambridge. 

(For l^ahoratory Sab-Cmnmilhc, «M pa-jr 123.) 

Thih tiftborKtor; is dceigued \o iliow, aa far ds is posBible in n tompumry building, the arrange- 
menli niitablu Tor tlio eiaoiiimtioD, rrom a Public Healtli point of view, of wal«r, air, foodB and 
diinki, BoilB, diainfi^tant], sanitary appliunccs, nnd otlier itrtiolee of Hygienlo interest. In front 
of the Labontocy proper is an anlivroom in wliich are arranged cases of apparatus of TiiriolU 
Idiuls for exhibition and use in the Laburutory. anA also a model Inborntory table. 

PMJtcUng into the ante-room and entered from the Lubonitury is tbu balanoe room, which 
aboaid be aeparate Horn the Latnratory. but ia heri^ merely a glaecd cnmpartinent, bo that the 
operstiona conducted in it may be risible to the vinitora ; lliQ baluucca, lent by Hr. Oertling, are 
■uppurted on a pier with a Rolid fouudalion of Diaaouiy to preveut vibration: moat of tlieBO 
iDatmmcDta are very d>.-lical«, being capable of weigliiQ); to tha onc-thouaandth part of a. grain 
with comparatiTely iieavy luaila on the pans. 

On each aide of tlie balanco roum. in the ante-room, ia a table on which are placed micro- 
■copea with variona apcciuena for examination. 

In tJie body of the Laboratory are placed three working-table* with bottlo-mcks abovs 
them, and drawere and cupboards for apparatus nndenitath ; und urouod the aides, tablea ful 
mioroacnpic work and diitillBtionH, with shelves for appamtaa and bottloa containing reugenta, a 
furnace with aand bath on Cl>e top for evaporating pmpnsea, and two glazed draught cupbrarda 
in which operations producing fuuica may be conducted ; theae cupboarda are proTtded with 
flue* in which jcta of gaa are burning in order to produce currents of air which conTey the 
fumes outside the buiMing ; the laboratory tables are provided irith appliances for the supply of 
gas and wal^r, and with sitiliB, the waste pipi-a of which are ounnected with a stoneware dniin 
discharging into an open trapped gully outaide the Laboratory, and having un iuspectiim 
opening, with a Tentilaling pijio orried uboTo the eaves, ut its upper L'ud. 

The operationa couductM iii the Laburutory aru itafflciently desoribod in Iho handbook 
entitled " Publio Health Laboratory Work,"' and conaiat ebiefly in (lie examination by chemloal. 
miacraropical and other means of spooimens of water and air with the view of determining the 
nature and amount of various pollutions, and the analysis of urticles of food and drinks to 
ascertain their quality and to deti-ct the presence and eatimato the qnatitity of impurities and 
adulIeratiooB, also the examination of mtering muterials and of disinfectants, and ilio detootiou 
and eatimiition of poisonous ingredients, snch oa arsenic, in the colouring matters used for 
decorative purposes, clothing, die. 

Spccimi.'ns of uccuralely graduated Saska, buretlea, tliennomctera and other apparatua uaed 
in the operations conducted in the Laboratory may be teen in the cases and on the tablea and 
■Ibd in actual uae. 



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BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY. 

{Central InttUuiian of the City and GuUda of London, Boom No. 15.) 
Direotor-W. WATSGIT CHEYTSTB, F JLC.& 

Thi object! of this Laboratory aro to show the miimteet forms of plant life, especially Uiose 
associated with disease, their life-history, and the methods of investigating them. 
Some of these minnte bodies are injurious to man, animals and plants. 

(a) In man we have — The Schizomyeetet of anthrax, glanders, tuberculosis, erysipelas, ocute 
necrosis, typhoid fever, pneumonia, recurrent fever, leprosy, oholeni, &c. 
Actinomycosis, saccharomyces albicans (thrush), fungi of diseases of the hair and skin, &c 
(6) In animals — Mammalia. — Bacteria of anthrax, glanders, tuberculosis, septicaemia, &c. 
Actinomycosis, fung^ of diseases of hair and skin. 
Ave$. — Fowl cholera, aspergillus, &c 
Pitces. — Salmon disease (saprolegnia). 
M6Uu$ea. — Disease of oysters. 

Arthropoda. — Disease of crabs (saprolegniaX bees (bacteria), silkworms (microooociX flies 
(Empusa muscn), &c. 
(e) In plants^Fungi of the diseases of cultivated plants: Rust, bunt, mildew, disease of 
potatoes, vines, coflfee-trces, orange-trees, vegetables, &c 
Diseases of forest trees : Canker, rot, &o. 
Diseases of corn, &o. ; Ergot, &o. 

Some are of use in the production of articles of food by causing fermentation : — as alcohol 
(yeast), vinegar (bacterium mycoderma), sour milk (bacterium lactis), chcoso (bacillus of rennet, 
penicillium of Stilton, Roquefort), &c. 

Some aro of use in decomposing dead animal and vegetable matters, as the bacteria of 
putrefaction. 

Some fungi arc edible, as boletus, agaricus, cantharellns, moschclla, &c. 

Some aro i)oi8ononB, as amanita phalloides and muscaria, boletus satanas, kolvella esculents, 
Bclerodermo vulgaro, &c., &c. 

In addition to tlio exhibition of many of the above-mentioned forms of fungi, the methods 
of cultivating and studying them will be bIiowu ; the methods of investigating air, water, and 
soil, with a view to determine the number and varieties of the fun^i present ; the methods <^ 
determining the oiTect of various reputed disinfectants on the life of these minute fongi; the 
methods of straining them and demonstrating their presence in the tissues; and apparatus for 
m icrophotograpli i ng. 

Most of the bacteria shown hero have been obtained from Dr. Koch's Laboratory in BerUn, 
as also several maps showing the prevalence of various diseases in different towns, Ac. 
Mr. riowright and Mr. Worth ingt on Smith have sent a largo number of specimens of diseases 
of plants. 



foIliiKmi; liavB been gooil tnmiijh to looil to the Executivo Cnuucil Apiiaratua 
exhibition in thu Itlologi&il and Clicmical LAboraloiica ; — 

BAKEE, C. 944 High Holborn, W.C. 

BECK, R. & J., 66 Corobill, E.C. 

BECKER, F. E., & CO.. 34 Ualdsn Lane, Covent Garden, W.O. 

BHEPPITT, E,, & CO., 63 Upper Thamea Street, E.G. 

CETTI, E., 38 Brooke Street, Holbom. "W.C. 

CHEISTY, THOMAS, & CO., IBB Fenohurch Street. E.C, 

COPPOCK, CHARLES, 100 New Bond Street, W. 

DEAKE & CO., 46 King William Street, E.C. 

DOOLTON, HETTRY. & CO., Lambeth, aE. 

FRAZER, AUEXANUBR, 7 Lothian Street, Edinburgh. 

KB V WOOD, JOHN, RidgeQeld, Manchester. 

HOWE, JAMES, & CO., 73 Farringfdon Street, E.C. 

OERTLINO, L., St CO., TummiU Street, B.C. 

OBUE, J., & CO., 63 Barbican, E.C. 

POTHS, H., & CO., 60 LeadenhaU Street, RC. 

POWELL & LB A Tj AND, 170 EuBton Rood, W. 

SWIFT, JAMES, 81 Tottenham Court Road. N.W. 

TOWKSON & MERCER, 89 BiehopBgato Street Wltliin, B.C. 

WIESNEGO, M., 64 Rue Qay Luseac, Paris. 

e whole of ilii' Working Ut-nrlios. Tnbirs, kc, in the Chemical LiLlxirntory hnvc Uvn 1 
B]n.finl1y roiiBlniplni nnd li-nl liy 
OEORQE M. HAMMER & CO., 370 Strand, W.C. 




SPECIAL EXHIBITION TO ILLUSTRATE THE OPERATIONS 
AND INFLUENCE OF SCHOOLS OP ART IN GREAT BRITAIN 
AND IRELAND. 
Thi Lnnli at the Committee of Council (or Bdaoslion, Boienoe, »Qd Art Depmrtroent, Sctrtb 
Ertiiiitigtoo. bnTLtig docidej tliut it would be yarj desirable to bold an eihibicion of vorki 
eieoutrd b; «tii<1euu, p»et and present, of tbe ScbnnU of Ait in conDecCion with the deportment, 
such works having been pmlumd «mi% 1802, applied to the CummiBaionera or tbe Uesltb and 
E-loratioii Exliibition Tor a Builublo space ; and the Promenade GalJer]' wan placed at Uieii 
dispodal. 

No gyfltematio illiiitration of the kind has taken place ilnce 185S, vben a p'Ttion of the 
temporary buildiriga for lbs Sooth Keoaiuglon Muatiim was n*.<d fur tliia purp-ee. This preaenl 
Exliibition is an eiteoBinn Id ererf directinn ot tliat pffort, iuoludiog aa it does rrsults in aevptal 
of the decorative arts, thai may be said to have had no enslenoe, or at least a very limiti*! 
development, a quarter of a century agri. On tbe other band, art induBtrios, which were in a 
mure or Ipsa DDUriahiDg conJltinn commuTdally, at or a little bofore the period named, have 
almnel ceased tit exist, and thertfore And no place in this Eihiliition, which esacnttally represents 
tbe current work of the present time. 

Of conrao the avowed purpose of the Schools of Art, since their incipient founlation in 
1887-38. DpoD the reFommEiDdation of a Speolul Committee of the House of Commons on arts anJ 
manufacturi-s in 1836, were to cultivate and promote the arts ofdtaign as applicable to industry, by 
m^ans of systematic elementary instmotion in drawing in tbe first instance, and equally ay stenutlio 
Instruction lubaequently in relation to tbe Torioiu decorative arls. by inculcating sound priticiples 
In their application to epecialinduatries : but without attempting iiiauy way to supersede nnxasary 
leobnical iustruotion and experience, which after all con be only tliorougbiy acquired in workabop 
or manuractory, at the loom or in immediate connection with it, or at the work beach. 

In sburt, tbe Schools of Art aimed nl tbe prcpBiaLiaa of tbe student, by instructing bim in 
tbe elrmentory bwis of bia future pursuit; aud in the case of youths iind ap)ireiitices already 
foltowinj; some specliii industry, tu give Uiem a clear idea of the osBeutial priaoipli-B of oonstroc- 
tioD necessary to the arts tbey deeired to cultivate. The qaes^ou of design has always resolved 
itself in tbe question of Ibe capacity of tbe individnal student : but where original power existed, 
and inventi'm came in to farther develop and utilise tbe power of imitation caltivnted in th« 
schools, it must be cimr that tbe studint was a great gainer by tbe insti-nction imparted : while 
he who Lad neither originality, imsginttion, or inTentiun, was made, at least, a belter wi^kman 
by the education givitn. 

Tbe question bow far these schools, estatilished originally bj tbe Government, acting in 
conjunction nith the local represenlativeB of tbe mannrnctuiing inlerests In Urge towns, and 
■npporteil tn the first Inslance by direct money grants, and subsequently by payments on reaulu 
and recognition by priies, have fulAlled their origtoal intention, is a subject it is not deajrabls 
to entor Into bere. The works now exhibited are intended as evidence tbat Iheir inHuence ha* 
not been aitogetber nugatory. 

To expect that cvcrytbi. g has been done, which it was tbe distinct purpose of the nu4y 
pTomoIrr* of the schools to ccbievc, would be as unreasonable as tbe coqcIubioj that notbizig 
whatever bad been done in tbe right dirrctiou. That mnnufocturers, and especially saleemeo, — 
the oommercial medium between the producer and tlie consamcr have not done all Uity might 
have done, not only in the interests of better domestio ait, their own true poraoiial intt-reata, and 
above all, in the interests of tbe country is certain. Much of tbe evidence given in this exhibi- 
tion of the pmgresjt mode, has, 1 ke tbat piogress itself, been realised ratber in Bpit« of iIm 
manufacturer, who, fdhurliig to tbe traditions uf workshop and ma nu fad dry, ignored nal 
improvements in deeign. 

The equally cbstructive policy of the aslcaman no doubt influenced the mimufacturers in 
regarding the faahions of the day as tlie only staudonl of taste oo Gir as he was conu^mod. Tbe 
question of National Crtdit stands (or nothing with him. and the regular sale of Britieb deeigiu 
anti Briliab manufactured goods, as " French," is tbo best piuof that be is compelled to 



^^ Sehooh of Artt and Seienea, 171 

kcknovletl^ pmgtera. bIdcs he gives the credit to what he coniiderB to be anperior nork to the 
toKiguta. 

The timiu of the Exhiliiticm, as well as thn extent of the indoBtriei emiinced in Ihe 
UliulTHtinnB. will be aiTen m the oluaiti cation decided iipoD l>y the DepartmoDt of Science 
and Art. 

OtAMinCATIOW. 

leet. L Bchnol Studies la Stages nf Instnictinii. Dusigna and Models eiomited hj the 
Stndents in Ihe ScIjouIs. 
n. Ceramio Manaracturef, Pnreelnin, E«rthenware, Slnneware, Ttmi-Ciitta. Au. 
TIL Ohuw Cut, Engraved, Flashed, Pnased, &o. Stained and Painttd Glass in wtndoWB 

rV. Rnamels on Metal. Cloisonne. Cliamplev^, Ao. 
T. Onamental Melal-wnrk.— Broii»-, Brass, Iron cast or wrought. Drawiog* and 
Fhiit(igrapbii of sucb works as mi<; buve been extiriiled. 
VI. Silver and Gold Plate, Plated Wares, Elwtm Deposits, including mo-iela for nilvet 
and gold work. Drawings and pbotngraplis of Buch works as maj bKvo been 
executed. 
TIL JewfUi-rj and FersoniJ OraaJDetit& — Gold, Silver. Plated or in »aj other suitable. 
makrials. Medals and Peals. 
Tm. Fnrniture and Woo.) Ctirvltig. Inlaid Wood. Parqnetarie. Papier Mloh« Ware, Ao. 
IX. Decorative Carvings in Stone or Marble, and Plaatio Decorations. 
X, Lace. — Point, Pillow, aud Mncbine-mmle Laoe. Drawings and Photographs of such 

as maj have been executed. 
XI. Woven Damasks in Linen uud Cotton, plain or in colonrs. 
X.1L Bilks, Ribbons. Trimmings, &o.. iuclwUng Furniture and Drea Fabrioa and 
Embtoidcrj in Silk. ^^m 

Xin. Mixed Woren Fabrics for Dresses, Sliawls, Scarfs, Ac ^^H 

XIV. Frinle<l Fabrics. ^^H 

XV. Carpels and Tapestr;. — Cartaina Table Covers, ice. ^^^| 

XVL Painted Decorationa, Wall Papers, &c. 
XVIL Litho);nipbs, Chrotnoltthograpba, Ac. 

XVIil. niaminationa Illuniioaled A'ldresscs. Title Pages of Books. Bookbimliiip, io. 
XIX. Etchings, Engravings on Wooi), and Drawings fur Engrikving. 
XX. Fainted Photographs of objects of Decomtive Art. 
XXL Architectural Drawings, Deaigns. and Mixlela of Buildings. 

XXU. Miocrllaneous. Articles not includai in au; of the above divieions. but yet coming 
within tlie object of this Exhibition. 

A complete Cntalogue of tbe whole of the exhibits ia in the ooorse of preparation bated 
on this dafsiflcation, and will be itsued abortl;. 
In concluaion of this brief notice of tbe purpiise of tbe Exhibition, it ought to be understood 
tliat while S^'hoots of Art as a primary function were established originall; with the definite 
purpuee alr.^ady stated, jet'tbeir operutions and influences Itave not beeu confined to special 
dintricts in nhich mariuFacturea are oarriod on, but have beeu extended to ceutrus of pupiila- 
tioD where a general knowledge of the priuciples anil practice of art was calculated to crtate a 
taate and cultivate tbe judgment in tolatinn to art and art manufuctures : in short, to alufste 
the coasunier oa well us tbe producer, in order to create a deniaad for better and more tasteful 
articles of every-da; u^e, whether on the person or in the household. 

GXOSQK WlIXIS. 
(See Bpeeial Calalogar, on tiile al ««■ Ofifinl RoolatalU, 0/ Oie Wurkt 0/ Iht Sehovii of Arl.) 



DESCRIPTIOJJ OF 8TEEET BEPBESENTING "OLD LONDON" IN THE INTEB- 

NATIONAL HEALTH EXHIBITION AT SOUTH KENSINGTON, l^St, EEECTED 

f. FROM THE DRAWINGS AND UNDER THE BUPEHINTENDENCE OP GEORGE 

H H. BIRCH. A.R.I.B.A., LATE HON. SEC. L0N1X>N AND MIDDLESEX ABCH^O- 

H LOGICAL SOCIETY. 

AnoifQ tho mAtif BDbjocti bearing upon and oonneoted with the one specinl subject of He&lth 
which this BzhibitioD ia desfgseil to iUnatnte, not one oontd be mora appraprutte than Un 
rupreaouUtion of (lie marmer in which our rorcfatborH were homed, and tho nnilurr condittoni 
imdar which the; lived, and this ooalil not be done nnlem a faithful Tepreeentation sod 
roproluction of the actual dwellings of tho citizens brought thoae oonditiona and illnstiBted 
theso mauncra in a reAliatic and truthful wajr b«fore onr ejes. Realistic, in that Ibcse boujea 
are no pasb'bnapl and painted canva« dcliuions, btit honest Btmctnrea. Tmthful, in that tbo; 
ropreeent no fanoiful restoratlona ttam written leooitli, bat are faithful delineations boat sctoal 
ilrawing* dorircd from anthcntic aourccs. 

It liad Iwon luggeslod that a roprescntaliott should be mode of Old ChcBpdide, but this wa* 
impotwible for the reason that there are onl; two or three rtpreeentations known, not one of 
wliLch is BUffidentlj awurete to doponil upon for a truthful rBprodootion. There u John Slow's 
(■raphio and quaint aocxnut of Goldsmith's Row, with its four storeys and ten gables beantifiinl 
with heraldry and woodmen tiding on monstrons boasts, cast in lead and lichl; painted oTei 
iiud gilt. Charming as a mere dosniption, bat who would be bold enough to re-erect it &am 
that ulone, beaidca the aue fatal and coiiclaiiire objoction of trying to represent, in a space 25 feet 
wide, a street which ia Uie original was double the width. 

Acoonllnglf, this idea has been abandoned, and the street is compowd of Tarions houMs 
tn^mpcd together to form a quaint and picturesque thorengbfare of the normal width of an Old 
London street, the dates of the various buildings being as diversiSed as arc their di« tmd 
appoaranoe, and the object that has been hold steadily in view, is to show the City as it existed 
before that swift furnace of Bame of 1666 swept it for ever from off the face of the earth. 

Entering from the Central Avenue immodiatel; in front of the pavilion of His Bojtl 
Hlgliness the Prince of Wales, stands ouo of the City gates — Biihopcgate, reduced in proputtioa 
and flanked bj tho Citj wall ,- this gate, not oae of the original gates of which there were bat 
fuur, was broken through the onoiont walls, the peculiar Roman manner of building with eonrses 
of tiles being aliown on the lower part ; those walls might have been built daring the 400 yean of 
Roman accDpation, but more prul>ably after tlieir withdrawat and before the tradition of the 
Roman manner of building had died out : above the arch on each eido are the arms of the City oF 
Loudon and the arms of the Bishoprie, and tmmedialcly over the gate in a niobe stands the 
iitatao of ono of the bishops, William the Norman, to whom the City was particularly indobteJ, 
for by his good ofBoca, ai\ those rights and privileges and immunities which the City bad 
juborilod from Roman times and which had been confirmed and strengthened onder the Suod 
Kings, were roconfifmcd by tho Conqueror. " Williiun tho King, gn^cts William the Bishop and 
(ioilfrey the Portrevc," a docomcnl of singular brevity, but of aingnlar moment and iiuportancc 
in the hiitory of tho City. Ouco a year the City fiithcrs went in solemn procession to his tomb 
in St. Paul's Cathedral, and testified by this net their grateful recognition. Above, on the towns 
which flnnh tho gateway, aro the statues of Albcil who wrestod the City from the Dance, and of 
bis son-in-law, iSldrtd Earl of Herein to whom he committvil the government thereof. 

Passing through the gate tlio onrroepondiug statue to William tho Norman reprcaenls SU 
i'>kcnwal<l, tho Fourth Bishop at London, »■!>■ 'iTS, Skfter tho re-constitution of the sec and 



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^TT^^^ Old London. 

re-oUblUhmoDt or ChrUtiknitj br 8t AogiutiQe. Tbia EHceawald wu a great bToorite with ths 
LoDdnnera, and arier bit canuDix^jn, bii ihrioe at 8L Paol'i, ooe of the richert in the Mogdum. 
iraa for coaoy oeuturie* an objoot uf great TiraerotimL The groand tUior oa each side shows do 
the right a dubtun' priion, aud od tb^ lull an ordinary look-tip, aad befond ub the •l&irciaaa U 
the Br*t-Suiir. Alter paiiing throngh the gatewHj, the flr«l bouse ou the left ia the "Boselnn" 
(No. I), Keni^hnrrh Street, ouriona aa having its ftmt oorered with anudi oat alalEB, instoad 
or the ordinarj lath and plaster and timber oonstmction oaual in Loudoo. 

The Duxt house 'No. 2), still keeping to thelelt, stood in LcAdcnbal] Street, and «aa known 
aa tbe " Cuck Tavern." Uie ri'preMotationa of this btmw, of wliich there iii« mftny. represent il 
after tbu gable had been rrmore'l. and a Bat coping subttitnteJ, but in this inetanoe its priitiDS 
ouDiIitioD has been refurtnd t>). FottoirioK in order in a block of three bouses (Nua. 3, 4 and ,'>i 
formerly existing in Fleet Street, (n wards Temple Bnr.on tfao sonlh side, and knoim by the name 
of the " Three Squirrels," aow Mrssrs. Onaling's Bank. This ayntem of th<j Loiue« beini 
known by certain signa irrespoetiro of the BT<ieatioD*, or change of owaeirs, «u nuiTers*). 
The "MarygDld" at Temple Bar, Messrs. Ohilda Bink, The " Grasihopper ' in Lombard 
Street, Martin £ Co., and (be " Goldeo Bottle," Fleet Street, Moaara. Hoare'a. ans all install'^ nl 
a aurvlviil of a custom the origin of wliiob had been so entirely at vuriaooe with the arocstioni 
of the Bubsoiinetit ownim. 

This house (No, 0) ia a copy of the one which stood at the ooraer of Fleet Birea^t and Olwi- 
eery Lane, and was traditionally koowa a« tlm " lauaC Walton's houn.'." '■ Vir et Piantm 
optimiu," but there Is a donbt that Ira lition in this iiaso wua traJition onlr, aa the artnal hoon 
was two doorv fnrtbor to the weat ; but iipart from this, the house Jtaelf was a magDiSoent apeci- 
men of an ordinary oitizou'a bouse in Eliiahelh'a reign, and was for niaay yean a oonspicnmu 
□mament to Flutjt Street, and in close ooniiguity to those well-kno*n baunla of the witd of ihid 
period, the " Apollo " and the " Devil " Tavorna. 

Sotting bnek a little from the main line of the street in order to give prominence to Walton'i 
hotuo, and to give It ibe appearance of a comer bouse, are two uopreteiiding wtioden atmctont 
(Noa. 7 BOil S) which formerly slood bard by the aocitnt chuteh of SL Elbelburga. Bishopagate 
titreet, and wore the ordinary type of hundreds of others in the old city, a aliop below, aod a 
aolat or ehumlier aboie. 

BtandiDg prominently in advance of these is the old tower of a chnrch, which, althongb not 
atrlcllj modelled ttoui that of All Hallows, Stnining, difffring only in having a larger tncaried 
window, resumbles in its general furm aiul outline miny others in which out foronallien wen 
wont to worahlp : most of these chutcbes were smull, for tbe puriahea attached to tbani wen alw 
equally diminutive, and (liis tower type, with bold octagooal staircase turret on one aids, wai 
almost universul ; there were cxoeptinns ia which the towers bad lofty piunacJea at esvh ocvner, 
like llio preaont St. Sepulchre's, Holbnru, or the more modern re-buildings by Wren, of SL 
Uiohacl's. Ciomlull, and St, Mary, Aldermaubury : and the ooriona aiohed supeislructare with 
ita Qve laotenia of l^t. Marj -le-Bovr, or de Arcubus, and tUe very fine agiire of St. Lawranee 
Poimtney: but the generality uf the churches possessed towers similar in character to llie cue 
depicted here. 

Next to the church, and luting down the gtrett, is a portion of the Uiddlo Bow 
(Nos. 9 A 10), which stood in the Strand, Just outside Temple Bar, and was known bo Butchers' 
Bow ; Iheac houses well reprpsent the overhanging of the atories so prevalent in London wbets 
the gmuml-flooi apuee won very limiled. additiouul room Bi>iivc being obtained by tbeae nuwit 
at the expense of light and air. Butchers' Row itself aud its quaint atmcturea were awfpt amy 
when Alderman Pickett, with a public spirit br in advance of his times, mode onu of tbe tnt 
public improvements by widening this portion of the Stnind, leaving the church of St. Clement's 
Dnnee isolated in tbe midat of a large ovaL These houses are hiBloiioallj interesting, as in oue 
uf them tbe Oiinpowder Plot oonspiratora met. 

Elbow t.ari«. — Tbe silo at this point considerably nnrrows, from TO to 30 feet, and tbs 
bonaus am nut placed parUlel, in order to break a perspeoliva which would hare beim too leo; 
fur n pioturMi]ue eflbct, and alan in onicr to obtain that sinnosity so characteristic of Londan 

Fltill keeping to the left wo oome to a fine large Iiodbo of two gables (Noa. 11 ,k 12), wbiob 
stood in this Middle Bow, Stmuil, and was known as the Frencb Ambassador'a honae. W ll>> 



Ihike of SoUt'i, al»> Uoiuienr Beamaoufa. botb ambadssdnn bore from the Most ChriBtiui 
Kins to the Court of St. Jaiaea, ot, mure cucfeoU j epeaking, Whitehall. This Dnke de Sully wbb 
tlie bjmiu Henri do B^thuoo, the wise aa<l populiur miQiattir Ui Ueuri Quatre, King of Fnmoe 
Knd NavMTe. That this bouse was probabty oocBpieil by Lim tbure can be lltUe doubt : not only 
from the oonunonly accepted triulition, but from the fact of its being decorated with badgoi of the 
De B^UiUDE-s, tlic French crown and fleur-de-lis, and two Iiaiida gniBping one another in a [rue 
*• entente ourdialo." 

The oeil (So. IS) is a low strnoliire of wood and plaster, and lias been modelled f>om on old 
mgrkVing representing a portion of BiiihopBgato Street 

Beyond this is an old house (No. 14) which was in Goswell 8treet of the data uf Elizabeth's 
reign. The window* are niullioued and traneomeil. and show one peculiarity very gencial in old 
Loudon, iu carrying ou the upper lights continuously. 

The next Louse (Nih. 15] is a Une speoimea of timber construction, with onrred barge 
bnanls. It was situated on the west side of King Street, Westmiunter. In the first of these 
tradition allows Oliver Cromwell, as member for Uunlingdou, to have lodged when in London 
for his peirliameotHry duties. 

The last hoiue (Xa 16), on the left band, decorntwl with medallions of the Koman 
Kmpenn* in planter, stood in Little Tower Hill. There is nothing reoiarkuble in the building 
beyond that the roof line is level and was choeen oa a contrast to the all-prevailing gable. 

At this point we come to the termination westward of the street, and the entrance is 
mtiV-* by one of the galleried ^nts of an old London inn. There ore still remaining io 
Biahopegsle Street, Hnlbom, and more espcciully the Borougb, soTCral eiamplos of thesa 

B<.*trBcing onr steps, we arrive at the next house (No. 17), on uur lelt, wbicb is set 
diagonally; tliii was on the west side of Little Moorfields, Fiusbury, and was a very fine 
specimen of plaster work, and was not removed until the oommeucement of the present century. 
A low bnildiug connects this with two housea posat-ssing oousiderable inloreat; they stood at 
the south ooruer of Hosier Lane, SmitbSeld, over against the fomous " Pye Comer," wheie 
that fDKrful oouQagrBtion of l(ift6 wus arresleil, afk'T having laid onn>iderBbly more than tbnw- 
fuiirths of the Ctiy in a^het: they were not removed until 1800. (Xos. 18 A 19.) 

Another gateway here arrests our steps ; this was the entrance to the Cunous Priory of the 
Holy Trinity, AldgHie, founded by Queeu Matilda, and wliose prior, by virtue of his office as 
Kipreaenting the Snightcn Guild who hud mado over to this priory their lands and soke, was 
adnitted as one of the Aldermen of London, of tlie Ward of Poitsoken, who, according to 
oostuu, sat in Court, and rode in scarlet, or sueh livery as the other aldermen used. The Priory, 
at the disaolntion, was granted to Sir Thomas Audley, wh^ie daughter, marrying the Doke of 
Nmlolk, gave the namo lo the house built by Audlry out of the ruins of the Priory — " Dnke'a 
Place." Beyond tbe gate is the iua c«lled the " Fountain " in the Minories, which, notwitb- 
Blanding its heavy projecting stories, was so strongly framed that when it was attempted 
lo remove it, cart-homes had to be employed lo pull the beams apart ; on one of them was found 
the date 1460. (Xo. 20.) 

Beyond this is the gable end of the Hall of the Brolbtibood of the Holy Trinity, in Alders- 
gate Street, near to T.ittle Brilsin. This Hall has been selected as a typit-al example of 
the Hall of a Guild or Livery, of wliich there were many witLin the boundaries of the ancient 
City. It was a guild puHsessing its own property, and canuucted with the neighbouring eborch 
of Si. Botolph's, AldcrsgHle Street, and after the sappression was purchased by some of the 
panshiouurs as a place of meeting. It was not removed until the end of the last ctutury, and 
very uocuiate drawings by Capon and Carter exist in the Oardmr Colleolion. &lr. Alderman 
BUpIvs, F.SA., baa given the history of this Guild in his ' Notes on St, Botolph's, Aldtrsgale.' 
The unaient stained gloss wttli a figure of St. Blaise, and sevtrul ancient shields wlacb exisieil 
in loll, and wen notioed by N, Charles, Lancaster Herald, have been faithfully reproduced by 
Mr, Campbell, Allotments have beeu made to the following Guilds for epfviul exhibits — Saltcrs, 
Drapers, Fan Makers, Patten Mnkers, Cutlers, Sadlers. Leather Sellers, Gold and Silvn Wire 
^^Diawers, BrodereiB, Pewterwa, Frame Workers, Knitters, and Bowyers. ^^^ 



176 OUI Lamdon. 



We now oome to one of the most renutrkable homes in this street, ranuukable not only 
for its extreme richness of decoration, bnt as being connected with Sir Bichaid Whitting- 
ton, fiunous in song and in story. It was situated fonr doors from Mark Lane in Cmtched 
Friars, or Hart Street, up a courtyard, and was described in old leases as Whittington's Palace. 
Although the house from its style and ornamentation conld not possibly haTe been ai his time 
it is possible that the front only had been ornamented and altered, for in general ontline and 
arrangement it resembled housos of that date — it was richly ornamented with carvings of the 
armorial bearings of the city companies, which stamped it as being the house of a remarkable 
personage and one whom the city had evidently delighted to honour. It was impossible to 
reproduce the extreme richness of its decoration — the cost would have been too great. The 
ornamentation has therefore only boen painted, the originiil having been entirely carved and 
iwiuted and gilt (\c. 21.) 

Although very accurate prints of this courtyard exist, and several views of the elevatioo 
more or less mutilatt-d in the European Magazine, an original drawing showing its gablci if 
in the (Gardner collection, and from which this repr* sentation has been taken. 

The next two houses were drawn by BIr. Gwilt before they were removed, and were situated 
in Bankside, and are picturesque examples of plaster decoration and open balconies. (Nos. 
22&23.) 

The last two houses in this street on the left before arriving at the gate at which we 
entered were also from the Gwilt collection (now in the Gardner) and stood in the Hi^ Street, 
Borougli ; they were only removed of late years, and were dravm and measured by Mr. Owitt. 
(Nos. 24 & 25.) 

The foregoing is but a brief description of the examples which have been selected to iSot- 
trete ** Old London." As to actual size they have only been slightly reduced, but this baa been 
done in proportion, although such reduction is not to a uniform scale, but has been adopted in 
the different cases to suit the uniformity of the plan and arrangement of the whole, and, after 
all, is but a poor attempt at endeavouring to place before nineteenth century London the 
departed gluries, the pictureB(|ue streets, the quaint houses, in which ou jforefathers lived and 
died, and poor though the attempt may bo, yet it may afford some help 

** To view the manners of the Town. 
Peruse the traders and gaze upon the buildings," 

and to realise the ** LoihIod " of tlie days of Shakespeare, and even of Milton, who, in the 
** Allegro," struck a chord which still vibmtes in many a heart — 

•* TowiTed cities please us then, 
*♦ And the busy hum of men.'' 

Georob H. Birch. 




LONDON WATER SUPPLY. 



The eiglil Mclropolitan Walor Companies, viZ,— 

The Kbst Watbr Wouks Comi-asv, 

TfIR NkW BIVBR CllHI'AKT, 

Tub East I^ndon Watkb Wobes CoMfANT, 

Thb Solthwabe and VACxnALL Watkb Cobpavy, 

Tub Wmt Middlbrkx Wateb Wohks Co«r*NT, 

Tm (iHASn JosorioN Water Wubks Compant, 

Tbb I,A«Bffrn Wateh Woekb Compast, 

Thb CirELeEA Watkb Woiiks Compant, 
hsrea Cfllective Exhibit inn Pitvitinii Rpeciall; constmotecl for the purpose, Bhowing the URnner 
in which the inbnbitnntB of LoiidoD ore supplied with water, tlio object nf the Exhibit being lo 
motcjr tu tlie general public qb clear an idea us nuLj be of the magnitude and imporlance of the 
lI<;lro)HilitJU> WHt«r Huiiply. Tho dcsigna and genoral amingcnient of this Exhiliit hare been 
nrriej oot by Coloutl Sir Fmania Bolton, C.E , the Water Ennminor to tho Mt'tropolia, nBBJated 
bf tho Eii|;iniMT« ot the aboTs CompaniOB aod the rest uf the Sub-Cammittee. 

The PuTilion U an oaUgonal bnilding, thia ahape having been adopted in order that coob 
Comptn; might have Due aide of the octagon fur its Eihibits. 

PnHo the interior uuglcB of tho Pavilion spriog eight willow truca, the branr'hra of wliirh, 
U'tiig brought to an npoi, farm a kind of dome. Tho gronod-work of the dome is covired by 
■ UnoniBto Walton " deeoration in inilaliou of carved and fluted cedar, eupplieil by McB»rs. 
P. Walton A Co, Tho floor is laid with Rust's vitreous moaaic, by Messra 8. Belhum & Co., and 
ii uf a blue oolonT. to bo in character with the rivers TbomcB and Leo. 

The walli are hnng with painting by Mr. J. II. Hooper, ahowing the intakes and portions 
gf the works of the eevf^ml Companies. Isometrical plana, mapa of the diatricta aupplied, 
descriptions of the works, arid attiliHtical tables (specially eompiled for the purpuws of tliie 
Bshibttion), giving, noiongBt other IhingB, particolars as I'D qnanlity, aod the area nndor constant 
Mppl;, kre also ahown. 

Tho walla of the Pavilion aro decorated by a frieie, tho work of Mrs. Wallroth of 
Sonbnry, painlnl on a silver ground repreBcntin)* river-birds and planti-. Mr. O. G, Adams lent 
■lau for the do<y>ratli>u of the Pavilion a rnst of bis well-known stutue, " Tlie Diver." 

In the eratro of the Pavilion is u handwine fountain, lent by the Coelhrnokdale Company, 
rppn'svnling a swan and hoy resting on a basin snppoilud by water-lilies and other aqueous 

At each of the interior aoglea oF the oetngon are filter b«U, supported on a base of 
NorwFgian marble (supplied by tho Northern Stone and Marble CompanyX which illuatrale tlie 
•ystmn nf filtration oiloptod by each Company. In Oont of them ore gtiiss lubes mounteil in 
Aickc) silver conveying running walor to llio drinking fnuntaliu of each particular Coiupnny. 
~ g the oontinnance of the Exhibition the offlchil aualynou of the water which each Company 
is attached to these fountaina. 
In the Outer Annexe, or Corridor, are tho special exhibits of eaob Company, and at regnlar 
tnlcrraU lliere are spocimeos of the dilTL-rent large mains used in ilia Metropolis, varying in dto 
bum thirteon to rorly-vigbt inehca. as well as water meters and hydrants. The number of miles 
of nuins DBod is painted on eocli apwimen. 

interesting siiedmcns of the old stsnc, wooden, and conciote pipes a 
exhibited side by side with tbo ttun mains of modern tim 









178 London Water Supply. 



In the Outer (Jorridur, abo, on the left of the main entrance to the Payilion, u» an Exhibit 
which IB unique in its way, being a case lent by the Aqueous Works and Diamond Bock-BoriDg 
Company, containing a remarkable and extensive collection of ** cores '* of different strata 
obtained in Artesian and other Borings by means of the Diamond-Drill, 8<»ne of which have 
been brought up from considerable depths. Several Artesian borings have been executed ior 
different Water Companies by this system. 

In the retiring angle South of the door is a specimen of a flexible pipe as used by the 
Southwark and Vauxhall Company, and in the retiring angle to the North is a complete s«otioQ 
shewing a large maiu as laid in a London street, with all the necessary cocks and appliances. 
There is also a complete section of a house supplied with fittings in acoordanoe with the 
requirements of the Metropolis Water Act of 1871. 

Messrs. Merry weather & Sons have lent hose-pipes, branches, firemen*! equipment, fte., as 
used by the Water Companies, which are also exhibited in the Annexe. 

Contributions to the literature of Water Works generally have been received tnm a few 
Pruviticial and Foreign Water Companies. The Chester Water Works Company also exhibit an 
old wooden pipe lormerly uiied for conveying water to thut City ; and tlie Colne Valley Water 
Company shew samples of hard chalk water, and the same softened by Dr. Clark's liming 
process ; also a piece of lead piping which has been in use for seven years. 

The principal entrance to the Pavilion on the East side is in the form of a Gothic aieh 
constructed of main pipes, joints, and bends used by the Companies for the supply of water. 

In the garden adjoining the Water Pavilion is a separate building which contains spedmeas 
of various Laboratory apparatus used in making analyses of water. 

In the centre of this garden is a fountain with mermaids, also lent by the Coalbiookdala 
Company. 

Between the fountain and the Cothic arch above-mentioned is a wronght-iron Standard, 
thirty-six feet in height, constructed by Mr. Newman for the Duke of Westminster. This 
standard carries the electric lij^ht for the illumination of the garden, which has been supplied 
by the Electric Sun Lamp and Power Company. The crystal gas illuminations in this garden 
have been fomiiihed by Messrs. Defries & Sons. 

In the ornamental water in the grounds, fountains of various designs have been arranged 
which will play at certain hours, and which will be illuminated after dark by means of the 
electric light. Mr. A. R. Sennett has been appointed by Sir Francis Bolton to carry out the 
electrical and optical arrangements connected with the illumination of the fountains. 

Two Corinthian columns have been erected on each side of the Prince Consort's Statue, 
from which water jots of considerable height will fall. 

In the garden adjoining the Payilion, Messrs. Simpson & Co., Engineers, of Pimlioo, 
exhibit a large centrifugal pump and engint s combined, suitable for irrigation or drainage, being 
the largest pump of the kind which has yet been constructed. It will discharge 10,000 toni, 
or 2,240,000 gallons, of water per hour, wliich quantity is equul to a stream of water 50 feet wide 
and 1 foot deep, flowing at a velocity of 2 feet per second, and would cover 100 acres to a depth 
of 1 inch. 



THE AQUABIUH. 



OvK of the most popular Mid attractiro featureB nf tho iDtcmntinnnl FiBberioa Bxhibitiao of IRRil 
«M the Aqauium, situate in the WoBtorn Aroiule. ichich waa couBtrochicl at a groiit outlay an 
tbe mnst appmved sjetem of oirouUtioD, uuder tbe petion^ aapairUiori of a committeo of 
■ptcialist* appointed bj the Executive foi that purpoie. 

Tito whole of tim dopaitmi>ut has been traiiBfeiTei] to the Couuoil of the Nfttional Pish 
Cnllnra A^eociAtioD, vitb the Murquls of Exctec aa its President and Chdnnan: Edward 
Krkbeok, Esq., M.P., for its Vice-Preoldent : W. Oldham Chambera, Esq., F.L.S., for ita 
Hanmgar and Senrolar;, and tbe following gentlemen as Members of its Council : — The Earl of 
Botnne;; The Earl of Anncsley: Lieut-Gen. Lord Abinger, C.B.; The Right Hon. Sir W. 
Hut-Dyke, Bart., M.P. ; 8ii John BL Aubyn, Bart., M.P. : Sir P. De Grey Egerion, Bart The 
Prime Warden of the FiahmoBgers' Company ; The Maclaine of Loeh Bay ; T. Andrewa. Esq. ; 
R. Barclay, Esq. ;G.Bdtea, Eaq.; J. Bruuton, Enq., 1I.D. ; O.L. Buxton, Esq. : C. 0.(Japel,Biq. ; 
T. J. Carilngton, Esq., F.L.S. : J. U. CroBiiiiBD, Eaq. ; Lfeut.-Col. Cnstaniw ; H. Ffcnnell, Esq. ; 
FnnciB Fmncis. Esq.; C. E. Fl>er, Esq.; P. Geeu, E»q. ; Dr. OQnther, F.R.8. i Profesaor 
Hiuley. P.E.8. : A. Janlino, Esq. ; H. Loo, Esq., F.L.S. ; Rot. J. J, Munley, M.A. : T. J. 
Hann. Eaq. ; B. B. Maratou, Esq. ; O. T. OLien, Eaq., F.L.S. ; J. L. Snyer, Esq. ; Cot. Seddon ; 
W. Senior, Kaq. ; S. B. Sharpp, Esq. : T. Spreekley, Elsq., Chairman Thamea Angling Pre- 
Knation Society : J. Willis Bund, Esq. ; Licnl.-Col. Btuart Wortley. 

The desire of the Council is to render this section of tbo luternetioaal Health Exhibition as 
•ttnctive and iDstroctivo to the puhlio as possible : and with this object in Tiew, arrangomrnts 
hare been culered intn and cotnptetod for atoeking and maintaining the Fresh and aca-waler 
tuk> with various species of food Sshes. Tbi^ru it, too, a well-anangod oatablisbmint for 
the utiflclal culture of marine and fraBh-nater flshea, luolluscs and cnistnces. Experiments 
nd iaT««l)KatlmiB in the carious branchos of pisciculture will he ounied out on a scale which 
wHnnta the Council in anliciputiag n^snlls which will tend to the advancement of the srienoo, 
lo Iba promotion of industries, and to the general welfare of the community, by the dissemination 
of a cheap and nutritions alimont, — thereby inoreesinfc tbe Food supply of this great and erer- 
tlletiding nation. 

In making these nrrangemontB, no expense has been spared, for the Council saw tbo 
great nectesity of keeping up a conslaot supply of both marine and IVesh-cater gshee. In all 
parts of the country, upon the ooaat aud at the principal inland fisheries, therefore, agents have 
hm employed whrise imtructiona were to obtain and forward lo the Aquarium, interesting, 
cnriouis or rare gpocimens of the finny tribe. By this means a eolleotion of Ssb has been abtaintd 
wltieh bids fair to rival that at any similar eetabliahment In or near London. 

Not saUsfled to limit their tnak in instrucliDg and Interesting the public here, Ihe 
Ihnrtorate of the National Fish Culture Afaociatiun determined to inaugurate a loon exhibition of 
vtuiTed fish, fisb-cating birds, and paintings upon flsh aubjcets. With this object in view, an 
iniitatioti to exhibit was issued to difToront Angling ABsociations in London, and to well-known 
ownen of private collocliona. For o onnsiderable time before the opening of the Exhibition, the 
■laif oftbe AqnariuQi were actively engaged in colliding, arranging, and tabnlatlng the various 
eshibila. and the result is a magnificent show of everything of intercet to the angler, the 
Batntnlist. and the floral public. 

Tbe Fish Culture De|iartnient la almost un unique estubliahment of its kind, and in it can 
be seen yuung fish batching out from the ovai fish-breeding implementa invented by the 
Harqnis of Exeter and Mr. Oldham Chambers ; and many tlioiiisands of young fry. 

Altogether the Department under the charge of tbe National Fish Culture Association bids 
Esii to attract no inaigniflcont amount of interest during the term of tbe Health Exhibition, and 
to proTO, fonber, of more lasting aud pormaoont importauoo. 

Tbe Ooonoil of tbe Aasocintion ia desirous of aobnowlcdging the fallowing special sorvices 
I ha*o bean rendered in the Aquarium and Fiah Culture Departments, and has murh 

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in tiwtirying lo Uih uiiilunD iwu of ouurl«ii]r and kltidnon whicli have be«n ki lilipnil; 
[oil tn Uii.- Council in iu euilcitTiiura to urnki' tiiu portion of ths Exhibition aniler iU conlrol 
•ttmrtivo uid iiiBtrnoiiTe to the poblio : — 
itributioDB of appantuB. avU, maokinery, modi-'li, ■Hentifle inHtmiDenti, ud othrr 
in tbe managrment of an Aqunriain — The Atkins Water Softi-niiig and Funding 
ipanjt. 68 Fleet Stn«t, E.G. ; Hesnd. BiimuU. Gibbs & Co., 73 Wells Btnwt, Oxfnnl BtKvt: 
J. B. Cra^g. Lowestoft 1 HeesrB. Crowlej Bros., Manoliestiir and London ; Upmh. J. DariaJt 
Co., 6 EenQinglnn Park Road, S.E. : Maun. HmapUr^, Albert Ontu : Meams. Leele. E<I«M<la 
t Norman : P. A. Maignen. Eaq. , 22 and 33 Gra^t Tonor Hill. E.C. : anil for catritiationB of 
ftali, fn-ih and maiine to th(« Aqaarium and Fish Cnlture Di-partmeDl, the Ho«t Bon. thr 
MonjniBof Eieter; theBigbt Hod. Lord SnlBeM; Lord WnUriooart; T.Andi^wi, Ewi..Ve«lgai« 
_Houae, Onildford; the Brightoti Aquarium Co.; the Hon. Spenetr Buird; tfac Majror and 
Corporatkni of Beecles: C. C. CApil, Eaj.; W. Pearson Culeiuan, £«)., Wl,il«tul>le, Kent; 
Col. Ciutanoo; W. S. Ereritt, Ew]. : E. Jex, Esq.; Rev. H. N. Lubbuok; T. J. Mann, Esj., 
Tho Grange, Biahop'i gtortfonl; O. T. Olwn, E»|.; Mcsare. Poland Brathcts; R. I^ Pn^, 
Esq.; W. G. Sandford, Esq. : J. L. Buyer, E«i|.: and W. H. Willioiuson, Esq. 

For contributioai lo the Journal of the H.uidl>ook, &c, : — Dr. FranciB Vaj, F.L.8. : B- 
Pfenndl, E«q. : H. Loe, Esq., F.Q.8.. F.L.8. ; K. B. Marstou, Esq. ; W. Senior, E»q. ; and 
■J. P. Taylor, E»|. 



LIST OF LOAN EXHIBITORS. 



BKASLEY, A. W., 14 Greville Place, 
Maida Vtjo, W.— A I'ikc I'upIi, wuiyhl 
141 bs. 

BRUIITON, SR. J., Sl EuHton Road, 

IJ.W (1> One Case of (irayliiig. (2) ■■ 

Ciise <•{ L«in Trout. 

BUDGE, W. H., 1 Quoon'H Gate 
Place Mews, aw.-(l) A Swi Wi.lf. (2) 
SlaBal Wal^T Birda. 



CAIiLENDER BITUMEN TBLE- 
ORAPH CO. (THE), Belvedere, aE,— 

Bnyul Blurgocin. 

CARB, MR. & MRa, Berwlok-on- 
Tweed,— (l> Case of Fisb. (2) Anoli.ir. 
(3) lictures inid Phologmplis. (4) Paintings. 

CAXTONIAN AJfOLEHB 'THE SO- 
CIETY OF), Falcon Hotel. Oough 
Square, E.C.— fievural Cuses of riiulTcl li'lsb. 



CLIFFORD, J. W., "Three Colts," 
Cambridge Road, Bethnal Qresn, E.~ 

FiTU Ciuuis of Stuffed Fish. 



EEDLS, T., 40 OoldBmith's Bow. 

Hackney, B.—(l) TbrenCam-BRf Fiah. (S) 
Four CajCB of Birdii. 

EXETEH. THE MABQDT8 OP. 
Burghley Houee, Stamford. — Cases ■* 
BluffLHl Fifili, auJ PttinUTiga ot Fiah. 

EYRE. H. B., Elgin Lodge, Wey- 
bridge.— Tlut'c Cas.'« of Oltera. 

FITZOEH ALD, MAJOR. North Hall. 
near Baaingstoke, — One Fiah. 

GRESHAM ANGLINQ SOCIETT 
(THE), Masons' Hall Hotel. Cily.- 
Tbri-e Ciisi's of Fish (Umyling. Uleak, uiil 
I'eroh.) 

OANT, J. W., 81 Harcombe Rood, 
Stoke Newington, N.— (1} Eight CaKS ri 
Fi*ii, (2) Oi.^ Bird. 

OARDI!0:R. J., 140 Oxford Street, 
W.-<I) Tliirti-on Cases ..f ¥uh. (3) Elovra 
(-'uses of Birils. (3) A Case of Corals. 

GnjBBHT. B., "Windsor CmUs" 
Hotel, King Street, HammerBmleb, W. 

" Cas..- of Bluffed Fisb. 







Lilt of Loan ExhibiU/ra. 



QEEAT EAaTEaN RAILWAY.- 
&t> Walt-i PRMU l.<»l:••^>^I. null Mnj> -jl l.ondu 
Tlie wHtu-r U buppIieJ t3 lUo tutlilic b; IL 
UrpHt F^natctD Railway Oiiu|«ii;. in hegti O"! 
laiaiag 3 pilloiu taeh, nt <j(l. per keg. Tt 
map atioTB tbe LoudoD dolivtry limta. From 
UtcBt libleru Suburban aiiil Onunlrjr atalinue 
il >» di'liTOTi'd witldu tlio unu&l cartage limiu. 

HOBBBY. J.— Beriaa of PhntogmphB 
<i>keD by biuiaelO of the iulfiinr of tlic 
Xntional Flslitrica Exbibitlon, Ncrwich. 

JAHDUTE, a. a., 88 Old change, 

E.C.— (1) Eislilftsn Ca«« of Fish. (2) Fiv« 
Uiat* of Fiak (3> Sil Oil Piiintings. 

■TABTtrwR, WBH AX.FRED. — Two 
Casta of Tnrat. paiuteil by Targtitt. aud t] 
painting of t>aliuuii by Rolfe. 



Two Ciiiua Fink's. (3) Uui' Cliiiia S.mcm-boat. 
(4) Two J«pBiLC«j Fims. (6) tr,irv.>.i Wni-l 
Hmldock. (6) Japanese Hnti-lkorcLiuf. (7) 
FiabvB In aiioun. (8} Jnpaau»u I'luque. 

BACHS, El, 29 Camden Street, N.W. 
— Ntt. Buraboo Rod. Cnsilis Stuffed Parrot lUh, 
Two Flshi-rmen'B Net*. 

BACHB, T. B.. 92 Hyde Park Oar- 
dena, W.— <1) BU HctuieB. (3) Six Cusaa 

oTFiali. 



LATARS, J. O., 40 Uillson Road, 
Kensington. —One (Suae of Fisb : — a Htuffed 
Thiunes Trout (tbe aubjt<at of Cne Uti^iUiou 
Ij'vli r. Layard — un aotiou mvolvingtho rigbls 
of pablio to Bati Id tb» Tluuueii). 

HAIfliET, B«v. J.. 36 Upper Ken- 
nEngton Lone, S.EL— (1) One Cute of 
Fiili (Stufftd 'ftoui). (3j Oun Drawing. (3) 
Ouo Pliot/igraph. 

MARSTON. R. B., " Fiahing Oosette 
Office," Fetter Lane, B.C. — (1) Two 
t%ttuliD^ by KnlfB A Targi-lr. (3) Uiuf-raiua 
of UaoTHO Fiuh (3) SludoU of Farm and Hand 

MATTHEWS, J. A. B., 105 Great 
RuaaeU Street, W,C.— Stuffud I'ike. weight 
3£lb«. 

MOORE BROa, LiverpooL-CoJ-flsb 
PkuU and tikdiiton of I-tnguio. 

PUOH, H, L., 18 Comerogh Road, 
■West Kensiiigton, W.— (1) NnieU«ii Coafs 
of Fi»h. (2) Oue aiuffi^d Otler. in case. (3) 
Ouo Heron in case. 

RICH MOND PISCATORIAL 80- 

OIBTY, Rit^bniond. TLifitnu 

8p<«imen Sloffed Fi^b. 



BTABKBY, J., 98 Albion Road, 
Stoke Newington, K.— Fifteen Cawa of 
Stuffed Fiah. 

TABaETT, T. G.— Eleven PuLolinga 

TAYLOR, Q. J., "Friendly CitiMn 
Angling Society," 11 Tranton Street, 
SL James' Road, Bermondsey.— Fiva 

CuBUg of Fixli. 



WEBSTER, W. a., I Bodfbrd Court, 
Old North Street, RedLion Square, W.C. 

-(1) Sii Vasee of Fish. (SJ One Picture. 

WEST LONDON ANQLINa 80- 
C IETY (THE), (per E. D. MAT- 
THEWS), "Windaor Castle" Hotel, 
Hammersmith. — Cams of Siuffod Fish. 



4 



f 



COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION OF COSTUBSE. 



1 



-HISTORY OF BRITISH COSTUME FROM WltJJAU I. TO GEORGE IV." 
A Siaiis or Wix FiicnrHi •IfmwiI rrnm n<ulenip»nTj tinili'miin — miawU, Uimb«, atatne*. « 



'e of the ciril nittutiifl of tho middle and lower rtimrm bam L.ti. lOiitJ 
to 1820. These Figiir.-«, u hhII <u (he repTMpntalioDi of MjUtBTj CoatonkB, are eihitrited in Uie 
WmI Qiwdnut (leading from Aqoariam lo Cofuemloij). 

Th> o»>iumes eiKTniea \>j Aag.uU A Ux. WBlUngton Street. 8tTMil, (ran deaign* apMully 
taaAe hj U.e Ilotuiiirable U»-U Wingfleld. B.H.A. The vigs bj Mr. C B. Fox, BoMell atnot, 
Co'uQt Ganlec The vu Bgune by Ur. Edwanhi, Waterloo EasJ. 

Kiiif^it during whii'h d>i iniportant chutgen in civil ooatomu were made hATe been onitbid. 
It vill be obanrred Uikt in irimG in^tuncea ohatigi* (blloced each other rapidlf , crn raeoeediiuc 
tAga being toarked bf a strong iodindoalit; (rrnm Elizabeth to CharW» U., br exMopleX while 



a other inslatiora thu dri-sa of tlmlnwi^r nrdei 

Each case ormtHine a ladj and gentlei 
and aiilten of thu laiue period. 



OmbL WiUiamL 

II. XUatjl- 

UL Hi-nrjUI. 

rv. F^watdl. 

V. Itii:bard IL 

VL Ilonry VI. 

VIL t:dward IV. 

VIII. Henry VII. 

IS. llpnryVUI. 

^ Klizalntb 



XL Jac 



. 1066— lOfT. 
IIOO— 1135. 
12l(i— 1273. 
1274—1307. 
1377— iai9. 

H2a— net. 
I4(;i— i-isa 

1485— 150B. 
l,*!! 19— 1547. 
1558— 16m. 
ltiO»-l(J25. 



lie eeiiuire olaai, and alio a peaaant voaiwi 

SU. CbarleaL IG2S— 101 

XtIL ComroonvealUi iett>— IM 
XIV. CborleelL mat— IM 

XV. Anne 1702—171 

XVL Gcnrxe IL 1727— IM 

(Town ooettune.) 
XVIL Geoi^ IL 17K— 

(Rural matume.) 

XVTTL Cmr^ UL I7(iO— IStfl 

XIX. Ueorge, Pt. Reg. ISll- ~ 



ThP 



MlLITAItY COBTUME. 
Ibits of Military Coetame compriie a eurica of flgnm illuatnitive of Uie n 



whirh the llrilish Army wan dreaxeil at Tarioue periods of its tiigtory bnm the earlicat linMt to 
llio pruaeiil day, to which are aihliHl, for the purixise of comparison, RpccimoDfl of tnufanni MMt 
wiiro by tlio urniiGs of aoino foroigD nutiona. Tlie rtamce of theae fignres have b«cn lent by Uw 
Ibiyal United Serrioo Inatitntlon, after having been completed with he«da and handa hy 
Mruar*. TujHud, eniiruly at their own expeDMi. The armour of the early periods of the 
litatorieol •crisa has 1 eeri lent by the Wu Department from the Tower of London ; the (vatnniea 
(>r the other pcrioda haro boon furniihed by Messrs. L. & H, Nathan at their uwu coat: tli« 
elothlng of Hie prvaent day hna been sapplied from the Rnyal Army Clothing UepAt by 
IHTmiiwiun of the Secretary of Slate fur War, und the foreign DDironna have been kindly leal by 
Ilia Uoveniiui'Utii of the oountrioe U> which they respeolively bi-Ioug. 

^ HOSPITAL UNIFORMS. 
Unifnnn of Uoepilal BisUj. Uniform of Uoepital Nurw. Sent by tlie Bodm ( 
the London Iloepital. 
FIREPROOF DBEB8. 

Blohardaon, John ft Co., Uanufaoturing Ohemieta, lieinester, will exhibit a A 
Ri>[iiplutt> •erie* of thi- most liiQAinnAMo fabrics. lendtrod eutirely and pvrTiwtly safe from Bm. 
lillTp-tont maUriiils largely used for dregs purposps : aa also examples of bull and eremnc 
r''iiituni«i, n-iidpTiid nor-indaminublo by choniieal proeeesos. Chemically prepared atarobai] « 
tho vailnu* chimiieala uwd will ulio be eiliibited, and their nse and effect demonstrated. 



WARMTH OF CLOTHINQ. 
Tliin exhibit IncluHca a aeries of twi^lve bruts rlad in jorsoys of the varlona 

iwu on tile Inbi'la. Tn eucb is attoohid a modol " ' -" — '- ' " 

) partj, snd tho lom|Kiraturi's indionled are those th 
l>iMtmcnt( m which all at it^rting hnvo u tumpetatut 



ml 

DM. , 

taaf 

Si 



s scale diTtddd inln 
woulil be obtained in a series of idual 
repreeeute'l by 100, and are allowed it 



We$l Quadranl. 183 

o-ol iiiiilur Uiu aBDHj oonditionii i luring the tinii! tukou by a naked buat la Fall t" tlie tempentiirs 
Teiinwuted bj the lem of the scilIct. Bf taking, in ttits vuj, the bent loet bj n naked body ui 
liK), tho ilegreeB iliown un oach llierraomptpr re|>redeiit Ibe perpentuge of heat retained by the 
nixtoriul lo wb'ch it a aftixe^l. Tli« materials stiown intlude Hnnuel, merino, BJlii. a»ttim. linen, 
(.'lU'l-oniit wool nud Lluna wool of diCfi-ient leiturea, and are Buppliijd by MeHnrit. Wheeler A Co., 
VJ Poultry, E.O. 



A. serioa of buBta with yeSU of different oolours and model tbermomelers atlacbed to em'h. 
The latter murk tlie artual temperatureB (in degreca centiKTsdo) altaioeJ by tbe uiaterial 
MpMod to the direct rajB of Ihe aun. 

HYGBOeCOPIC QUALITIES OF CLOTHING, 
TItree woollen nLilars bung on model balances ehoniog tbo veigbts: lat, vben iguite dry ; 
ItiiI, when rxpoeeil tu uolBt air ; .Ird, when ezposeil to ntitl. The bottles utlaohed contain the 
raspi«tiTa quantities of water held by the material andor the condilions meatioued. Supplied 
bj Uoons. Whcclor & Co., 19 Ponltry, K.C. 

Costumes worn by the liieely Expedition, eihibitod by the United States OoyeTLiment. 
Bhi-tlnnd Hand-knitting. (1) Two White Lace Shawls. (8) White Laoe Dreaa. (3) White 
I«ce Cloak. (4) White Lace Scarf. (6) Qrey Lace Shawl. (6) Black Laee Dresa. (7) 
Brown Laee Shawl. (8) Brown Wrap Shawl. (6) TraTolliug Cap. (10) Fair lale Cap. (11) 
Two Pain of Fair Isle Socks, (12) Two Pairs of Fair Isle Mittens. (13) Fair Isle Purse. 
(14) Two Pairs of White Laoo Hittena. (IB) Two Paiia of Coloured Lace Mittens. (16) Pair 
of Odloured Silk Lac<> Mittcoa. (17) PairorTcry fine WhileSti>ckinga. (IB) Pair of very fino 

(White Gloves. (19) Very fine White Necktie, (20) Vcx7 fine White Silk Ntcklie. (81) Pan 
of Thick Bocka. (22) Pair of Thick Giov(«. (23) Black Silk Veil. (24) Grey Silk Veil. 
Lent by Mra. George Baiu, i Eton Road. Hnvcratock llill, N W. 
364. Dress for Modem Uae, adapted ftoro the Greek. Eihibited by Mis. Emily Pftiflei 
Hayfleld. West Hill. Putney. 

38S. " Tbo Noupomil Velveteen " in variona stAgea of mannfactnre, and in its porfeoted atate. 
Wommi at woik wilb a knife more aopple than tht nio«t delieate watoh-tpring and a point aa 
fine as a needle, pioduoiug, from what appears to the nnprnetised eye a plain cloth, the pile ur 
plnafa of tbr- Velieleen. Fifty thousand cuta with tlie knife ore required to prodnoa 100 yards, 
the operation oooapying a week. Eihibited by Mt-asrs. Henry Mann, Bon, & Co.. ManohMler. 

333. A I^y'a Costume for Uie Highlands. Exhibited by Mrs. H. F. Baxter, The Toner. 
Uampstead. 

336. Inrention for Decorative Embroider; and Fancy Work. By using thia appliance, art 
cnibrtiiilery may bo produced with any sewing machine. Exhlbitwi by Mr. H. Paget. Litile 
UeaUi, PotUr's Bar, Middlesex. 

337. Maniifactniing of Gloves from the skin to the flniahed glove, omittlog thorn pioccaaea 
which the limited Rpace ntll not allow, but which are Bnpplemented by photographs. Exhibilid 
b; Mt'BSrs. Dent, AUcroft Jt Co., of 97 Wood Street, London ; t Worcester. Leicester, Murtock, 
Torriagton, BmsselB, Orenoble, Paris, & Leipaic. 

The following Plaster CJaata will also bo shown ; — ( 1) PhistCT Cast of Normal Liver. (2 ) 

Eir Oaat of Liver deformed by tight Ueing. (S) Plaster Casts of uormut Feet at variius 
(4) Plaster Casts of Feet deformed by impiuperly shaped boots. 



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THE LIBRARY AND READING ROOM. 
ROYAL ALBERT HALL. 



Librarian^ Mb. Cabl A. Thimm, Member of the Library AMOciaiiotL, 

Tiio Reference Library and Reading Room is now open for the use of the public Tudting 
the Exliibitiou from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Adniiaaion free. 

The rooms are in the Albert Hall, which can be entered either from the Royal Entrance of 
the Hall, or through the Conservatory from the Gronnds. 

The Library contains English and Foreign works, and €}oTermental Reports on every 
subject embraced by the Exhibition, also Reference and Miscellaneous Works. 

In the Reading Room the current numbers of the daily, weekly, and monthly newipapen 
and periodicals can be seen, as well as a large collection of English and Foreign Medical, Sani- 
tary, Literary, Educational and other Journals. 

The books have been classified, and tlie catalogue has been published. 

The rooms have been decorated and fdmished by Messrs. Liberty ft Oa, Ghesham Bionm, 
142 & 144 Regent Street, W. 



LIST OF LARGE CONTRIBUTORS. 

BRITISH. 



Allen & Co., W. EL, rubliahore, 13 Waterloo 
Place, L(m<lon. 

Allman & Son, Publiahen*, 67 New Oxford 
Street, London. 

Bacon & Co., G. W., rublishers, 127 Strand, 
London. 

Bailli6ro, Tindall & Cox, Publishers, 20 
King Williaoi Street, Strand. 

Bogue, Dav^d, Piibliuher, 3 St. Martin's 
Place, London, W.C. 

British Medical Journal (The Proprietors 
ofj, 161a Strand, London, W.C. 

British Trade Journal (The Proprietors of), 
113 Cannon Stnet, London, £.C. 

Bums & Gates, Publishers, 28 Orchard 
Street, London, W. 

Cambridge University Press Ware- 
house, 17 Paternoster Row, London, B.C. 

Cassell & Company, Limited, Publialiers 
La Belle Sauvago Ya^, London, £.C. 

Chambers, W. & R., Publishers, 47 Pater- 
Doeier Bow, London, £.C. 



Chapman & Hall, liimited, Pablishers, 

1 1 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, Loudon. 

Churchill, J. & A., Publishers, 11 New 
Burlington Street, London, W. 

Chatto & Windus, Publishers, 214 Pioca- 
dilly, London, W. 

Clarendon Press Warehouse (Proprieton 
of the), Amen Corner, London, E.C. 

Collins, Sons, & Co., W., Publiahers, Bridar 
well lUace, London, E.C. 

Cook & Son, Thomas, Lndgate Ciiciu, 
London, B.C. 

Eyre & Spottisi^oode, Publishers, East 
Harding Street, London, E.G. 

Education, Committee of Council on, 

Council Office, Whitehall, London. 

Educational Hecord, The (Proprietois of > 
Borough Koad, London, £.C 

Galton, Douglas, Capt. C. B., FJL&» 

12 Chester Street, London, 8.W. 

Harrison & Sons, Publishers, 59 Pall Mall, 
London. 



lAit of Large Contr^utcre. 



Htgbam. Cbarleo, Patilishcr, 27a ForringrloD 
SInrt. I,iu.l..ii. E.C. 

B, 27 Piitec- 



Soienca wid Art Department of the 
Committee or Coiincil on Education, 

South KeuBinelon, Loudon, 8.W. 



Society of Arts (The), Adau Street, Adelplji. 



IiOckI OoTemment Board, Whitelialt. 



, PuUialiera, 10 CbttHng 



Hatlonal AsBOciation for the Promotion 

of Bocial Science, 1 Ad:im ^ir-jvi, Adclphi, 

L011.I..11, W.C. 
National Health Society, 44 UcrtK-ni 

Street, LoniioQ, W. 
ZTichole & Co., Publisben, 23 Oirord Street, 

Lui]<li>]i, W, 
Morth, C. N., Molntyre, 15 Borongli High 

Patent Office, Clianctrj Line, Lurdoa 

Paul, Trench Ac Co., KegEUi Publialiem, 
1 fotermwler Squnre, l*ndi>n, E C. 

Bawle, John S., West London StOionl of 
Art, Owot Titchlield Street, l.ondou, W. 



FORSiaif. 
Bavarian Oovemment. 
Baudry, J., Ful-lielitr. PiiriB. 
BuBsy. J. H. de, Publtshcn, Anuterdi 
ChriatomanoB, A, Atheiu. 
Delagrave, Ch., Publiaber, Puiis 



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Lut of Large ConinbiUorB, 



Felix, Dr. T^ Buoharait 

Feller^ B[aii8» Publiiher, Karlsbad. 

Gordon, J.» Engineer, Frankfurt-am-! 

Ouillanme, Dr^ Nenohfttel, BwiUerland. 

niinolB State Board of TTealth, Spring- 
field, llliiioia, U.S. Amerloa. 

Iowa State Board of Health, Dee lIoineB, 
Iowa, U.S. Amerioa. 

Italian Oovernxnent. 

Jaaain, Julee, Bue Linne 67. Bnusels. 

Xahlau ft Waldsohmidt, PublUhers, 
Fiankfort-am-llain. 

Maaaaohufletts State Board of Health, 
Iiiinaoy and Charity Department of 
Health, State Hoom^ Botton, U. S. America. 

Kaaeon, G., Publinher, Bonlevard Saint- 
Germain, Paris. 



Miohigan State Board ofHealth, Laming, 
HioliTgan, U. 8. America. 

Mnqoardt, O. (Manbadh ft Falk\ Pnb- 
Uiihen, Eoe de la Bi^noe 45, Bmimels. 

ITetherland Goranunent. 

ITew York State Board of Health, New 
York, U.S. America. 

Horwegian Gowemmentu 

Baiohardt, George Pabliaher, Leipxig. 

Sadlier, W. H., Pablither, 11 Barclay Street, 
New York, U.S. Amerioa. 

Sanitarian (The) (The Proprietors of), 113 
Fulton Street, New York, U.8. Amerioa. 

Sanitary Bngineer (The) (The Proprieton 
of), 140 WiHiam Street, Now York, UJ3. 
America. 

Servian Govenunent. 

Virginia (Weet) State Board of Health, 
Wheeling, U^. Amerioa. 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



VOL, XVIII. \- 



GREAT BRITAIN. 



4 



FOOD. 

Pood rUinu by right Ihe first plaee in the eoanom; of an Exhibition devoted to He&lUi foi oiir 
pbjriicftt wull-boiog is moie uffccted by meat aod itriiik than by any other c«soa'ial oreiistence. 
Fresb air, it is trne, is a mora comlnnt uecesBity of life, bat Almighty Providouro sends the air 
vti breathe 8o freely to our waati, that (he getting of it eoata na neither thought nor patDi. 

Taking the conditiona of modern civiliention as tliey stand, it ia still tbe atniggle for food 
that ooeupies moat of our UioughtB and energies. In apito of tho int^resacd prodiictivonesi of the 
earth wrought by modem Bgricultoral acieoca ; in apite of tbe labouia of tbe chcuiiBt, engineer, 
and econoniiit; in tpite of bigh farming, ateani ploughing and hnrTealing, quick transit, artiHdal 
refrigeration, and all those other seemiog miraclee of food production nnd distribution, which 
are in truth no more than tha intelligent application of nature's laws : in apite of all Iheee 
tliiuga, to got ita daily food ia yet the great struggle of dviliaed humanity, as it wa< that of Ihe 
primitiTO fou&dera of our race. Artificial nants have increased aide by side with the artificial 
moana acieooe has pat into our hand* for enpplyiug tbem. It ia this that has rendered tlie labour 
of the fev thinking men of ao little avail fur releasing tbe many from tbe drodgery of life. If 
with the iuoreasing fruitfuloeu of the earth, brought about by man'a husbandry, we could com- 
bine tho simpler wants of a more primitive age, modem exiateneo would HObld leisare for 
pnccful ftudy and health-giving enjoyment, inatoud of being a state of continuous striving and 

With but a few exceptions tho vegetable world ia the souroe of all food, and it ia tha 
prorinoe of vegetation to elaborate from inorganio matter tho organic Bubetanoea neceasoiy to the 
mutenance ofanijaal life. Fledh-feuding auiiiiHli require Uie iuteriDediate agency of hcrblvoroua 
creatnreH, to prepare these vegetable substtinooa for their diet : but, whctlicr by one step or two, 
the principles which go to make np Uving and breathing nature, spring from tho vegetable 
kingdom. 

The aim at the physiologist is to rednos thia broad toot to the detaila by which Ibeee 
change* are brought about, in order that he may oonstruot a system showing what aubstauoea are 
beat fitted for our support It is at this point tliat the stndeul b impressed by the narrow limits 
within which humKU knowleilge is encompassed. The cbenjist may split np the vegetable ftwd 
into what are classed as elements ; and be may analyse the animal substances they go to t^irm, 
and find again the same elements. But the changes which are involved in the building op of 
tbe human &ame from tho Twod we eat, can be followed but to a limited degree, and the vital 
principles ot these ebangea bare not yet been grasped by the human intellect 

The principal elemeuta ia vegetable aubsloacea sire carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and 
nitrogen, the flnt being the moit plentiful. Carbon is obtained bom tbe oaiboaic pcid in 
the atmosphere. Chlorophyll, which oocnrs in the leovea of plants, haa the power, under tha 
inflaence of tbe sun's reys, of extracting tho carbon and liberating oxygoo. Animal lifb ia 
supported by tho reverse prooe«3 to that which develops tho vitality of plauta; for, in broalhing, 
the animal absorbs oxygon fram tho atmosphere and givca off oarbonio acid ; and the balunca 
i.[ nature ia thus maititainod betwci-n tho nDimal anil vegetable king'lou 



ii 



190 JW^ 

The hydrogen found in plants U obtained from water. Nitrogen, which fonna an 
important element in the economy of plant life, comes from the soil, traces only being obtained 
from the atmosphere, notwithstanding that there is 79 per cent of this element in the air we 
breathe. Snlphur and Phosphoros are also present in Tegetable matter, and in addition to 
these, certain mineral substances are required to make up the Tegetable stmcture. Theae are 
drawn from the earth in which the plant grows. 

Dr. Front divided the principles contained in organic substances used as food into three 
daases: — the saccharine, oleaginous and albuminous. More recent writers baye combined 
the first two dassed under the name of '* non-nitrogenised " or "calorifacient '' principles, whilst 
the term albuminous has been generally superseded as a class definition by the nrare compre- 
hensiye title "nitrogenous." In both these subdivisions the three elements, carbcm, oxygen, 
and hydrogen, are found ; whilst in the nitrogenous compounds there is of course nitrpgeo, and 
a little sulphur. The nitrogenous principles have been called by Liebig **the plastic 
elements of nutrition," as they go mainly to build up the material of the body, whiUt the 
calorifacient principles, as their name implies, are mostly of use in supplying heat by their 
oxidation. 

The nitrogenous principles are subdivided into albumen, fibrine and caseine by some 
physiologists : connected with these, but having a lower value, are the osseids, such as gelatine. 
The albuminoids are the principal elements of nutrition. They are substances of a highly 
complex nature, composed of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen, with about 2 per cent, 
of sulphur. Different forms of albumen exist in large quantities in all animal bodies, bot 
the white of egg is the best known albuminous substance. Fibrine is composed of the same 
elements, in slightly different proportions. Oaseine Ib a compound principally found in 
milk. It likewise contains carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen, together with about one 
per cent, of sulphur. Cheese contains about one-thiril of its weight of caseine. 

The Vegetable Albumen of cereals, roots, and oleaginous seeds differs from that 
obtained from animal substances in tlie proportions of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, 
and sulphur, contained in it. Vegetable fibrine is found in cereals, whilst - vegetable 
caseine or legumine is the nitro^nous constitnent of peas, beans, and some other vege- 
table substances of a like nature. It is said to be easy of digestion, whilst animal caseine 
is often found to be very indigestible. A species of vegetable cheese is made in some countries 
from legumine. Gelatine is very similar to Albumen in chemical composition, being made up of 
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen, with a small amount of sulphur. It differs essentially, 
however, from albumen, fibrine and caseine in their power of building up muscle. No gela- 
tinous principles exist in the vegetable world. Glue and size are well known gelatinous com- 
pounds of the coarser kind. Isinglass is a purer description. 

The various nitrogenous principles contained in food are necessary to supply the waste of 
tissue in our bodies. The albuminoids undergo no chemical change until they enter the 
stomach, when the gastric juice acts upon them and dif^^estion commences. The gastric juice 
contains a ferment called pepsin and an acid which has been variously estimated by different 
physiologists. Peptones are the substances obtained by the action of the gastric juice on 
albuminoids. Their most noticeable feature is their excessive diffusibility, which enables them 
to be readily absorbed. Peptones pass from the stomach to the intestines as chyme, and the 
process of digestion is there completed, the bile and pancreatic juice pla3ring an important part 
in the final preparation, after which these alimentary principles pass into the cireulation and 
appear in the blood as albuminoids and as haemoghobin, its oharacterL>tie red colouring matter. 
Bdenco has not yet traced the further changes that occur, although there is no difficulty in 



rood. I« 

dtileruiiDiiig Iho cmopociUoii of Ihe subntauoea productii] hj analjair. The doabt, liowuvcr, 
nmy aiiao wlietlier audi aiialygia can coiivyj a true inttrpretation of tbo atalo oxiBltog during 
life. Coiilmrj to wluit is perhaps the populur notion, golatiue paasessea liltle nutritive ?Blno, 
the feeding prupertiea of aoupe and ji'llies being probublj obtained from the albntnuiom 
siibstimceB oonlaiued in tbem. The nitrngenous principles in food are, tbercrorc, more oapedolly 
those which arc riiqiiired fut supplying the naato of lisBOe aud btiildiDg up tbe variou porta of 
unr bodioB. The hcst-giviiig and force-producing agenla aro mainly the oou-aitrogenoiu 

The moat efflcient bost-producins diet ii obtained from fats nhich belong to the oIoib of 
Alimentary principles known as glyceridee. The clementa oF wbicL bts are composed are carbon, 
byilregen and oifgen, the fonucr element buiiig greatly in cixresa of the latter two. 8tear)ne, 
pnlmiliue and olelneare the principles meet oommon in fats. The fnmiet is the chief conslitnont 
of suet. Fat is digested in the unall iutcsliiH-s by means of the paiicrantio juice, from thence it 
miica in the circuUtion, becoming supooifled by the alkaline principles in the blood. Vegetable 
fats are genetallj considered Icoe unsy of digestion than those of an animal nature. Next to fata 
in the scald of hest-giving properties come the carbohydrates. Of thcee starch is tJie cDoat 
oMnmou. ano Is only found in the Tcgctable world. In U)e prooesa of digestjoo slarch is changed 
into sugar, and in thia stnto psssea into the ciroulntion. 8ugar is another important member of 
tliia group. Cane sugar and gnpc sugar aro both token as food, Iho former in many well-known 
domiMitic preparatiouB. Tlic lattur oooura in juioBa of fruits and otliBf parts of plants. Celiuloao 
is the QbrH of vcgutabte substancis, and is neceuearily takun into the stomoob when mixed with 
other oonstitnents of food, bat is not snppo«ed to diaoharge any uliluenlary fiiUL-tion. Lignoae ie 
a Hubatance of a similar nature. Alcohol must also be cliuscd oa an articte of diut, although bj 
aoiue it is olaimeil tbut it uudcrgoes no chemical or physiuul change wlieu taken into the 
Htomach, but is ogcstcd from the lungs and akin. The evidence on this point howevo' is by do 

The chifl miuerul aubstiince taken as food is salt, but other mineral principles are requtute 
iti order to build up the human frame. These are plentifully distributed in the ordinary diet of 
mankind, and call for no special consideration in apporiiouing the dietary of a healthy person. 
Water ie not generally txmsiderod as food, and Iwing an inorganio substance, and undciguing no 
obemioal change when dmnk, it ounnot property so be otaased. It is, however, as necessary to 
our ciislenoe as any aoliJ subdtauot^, and indixid about three-fourths of the bnmiui body ore 
composed of wnter. 

Altbongh the popular demand is for pure water, strictly pore water would be very tuumit- 
able to ilomestic Uses. Oxygen and earbonio aeid gas sliould always be present in it. A 
proportion of mineral substances should also bo oonlainod in water in order to render it mora 
aerviocable for drinking purposes, but the weight of these should be extremely small. Water 
should, however, hold no organio matter in solution or suspension. The London Water Com- 
jianiee, as is well known, filler the watiT supplied through sand and gravel. It is desirable. 
however, that domeetio water should be either boiled or passed through on effleient filter, aa the 
eompauiee' prooces cannot in all coses be ptononneed by any means perfect. It is naceesaiy, 
however, that the filter shonld receive attention, and the filtering substance be cleaned at 
inlenala, otherwiso it is liable to become a aoujve of absolute danger. 

It is clearly impossible to follow hore the action by which the food we oat becomea a port of 
our living IxHly. We can only hopo to frame rules of dietary for our better guidance by tentative 
nieons. Hiich boa botn done by men of science in this direction, but oonsldering how vast is 
the importance of th»subject, our knowledge may be sud bo bo iofiuitvly small. At tli« [iieaent 



192 Food. 



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iiiDd TOgutariftalfm it being nigod with oouideimble Tigoor by a body of men who al asy nto 
mun be aooradited with leal eren by thooe who would deny to them ditomtioiL Althoagh the 
great majority of physiologisfai are onteide their lanki, it is imponiblet from the knoiwledge 
aflnded by abekiaot etdoooe, to oonfute their reasoning, ▼egeiaiisnimi is an extreme doetrine, 
bat in this respeet serres to illustrate how desirable a series of soientiile^ praotioBl and 
exhaostiTe experiments are, so that rules, more or less oomprahensi^e, fait indioating the most 
desirable regknen to adopt nnder Tarkras oonditions of life may be laid down. Saeh experiments 
wonld have to be of a fiir-reaohiDg nature, both as to time and the salgeets operated apan, and 
would neeesssiily entail great expense. Mueh might lie done, too, In eoUeoting asid tabulating 
sneh information as may be gathered from the food and habits of various laees of wi^tiViw>^ if 
the Health Exhibition of 1884 aooomplishes anytUng substsatisl towaids tiuM eo^ Hbm good. 
that will result to msTilrind through its agenoy will be slmost inosleukUe. 

Bulos and regulations are, however but a means to an end. To be eflbetive they mvst be 
obqred. If people would, even now, walk by tlie lights they have^ mneh sJoVnnss, or at lesat 
ehrenk ill-health would be avoided. Tlie greatest foe to our heslth now eones in the gniw of 
friendship in that elaborate oulinary preparation which adds eourse upon oooxse and nwal opoa 
jBsal, leading to the endless train of ailments that follows over-eating, although the indnlgsnee 
may never be osrried to gluttony. In the primitive conditkm of our raee^ the stngi^ Ibr find, 
and the exertion neoessary to obtain it, eftetually prevents mankind from sufliBring the Bsodsn 
ills that result from habitual over-eating. We have so (ar departed from ear rtttuial llfc^ timl 
iKiose not employed in manual labour have lost the healthful stimulus of exeroiseb but In piaee of 
this we have gained the seourity of civilisation whtoh tends so moflh In other ways to oar 
physical well-being. 

O. BL Duvbll- 
May l«l, 18»1 



Qreal Brilain.^ClaM I. (South OaUetfji 



CATALOGUE. 



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DIVISION l.-HEALTH. 



GROUP I.— POOD. 

Class I. 
{&><ttk Oaltfrjr-oppotlU JfaiB Silrnnw.) 
Bolected Displays of Unpreparod Ani- 
mal and Vegetable Subetasces used 
as Pood in various countries. StuBbd 
BpecimonB of Animals, Birds, Sco. 
KodelB, Drawings, and lUuBtxations 
of the same. 

I. WEBB, EL, & SONS, Boyal Seed 
Eatabllabment. Wordsley, Stourbridge, 
Woroestorshiro.— (1)W(iI.I>'»Hi>jb1 Mngeuin 
of Prile Medal Peed* tor llie farm uud gardco. 
gpecimeni of RooU, Unuvs. C^reaU, aad 
other asricullaral and boitionltunil produra. 
(2) Webb'» Po|ialar Bolea of Vcgt-table SeLylB, 
arran)^ to prwluoe a oontinDal siipplj iir the 
bwt aud moet aatritloiu Tegnlableaall the yen 
ruunil. 

a. KEILICH, H.. ft SON. 69 Edg- 
waro Boad, W.— Hpads of Oicn, Uison. 
Antolape, and I>ecr, Btufled. 

J, MEEK, EDWAKD O., Naturalist, 
SeBrompton Road.— Ciuea of Blaffeil Wild 
ViKit. PlicusaDlg, GroLue, FtunuigBii, Dead 
Gaiui', Ik, 

4. SPALDINa, BOBEBT B., 46 
High Street, Sotting HilL— (1) Stuffed 
Birdf. AbiiiibIi, Ac (S) Kgga (3) luBCL-ta 
will Entomological Appatutua. 

c TAXJiERUAN, D.. 46 Basing- 
hall6tl«et, B.C.— Freab Mutton and Beef, 
fiom AoBtntlia. New Zuuland, Rivor Plate. 
AmerioB, and liuwU. 

6. GOODWIN, ERNEST, 88 Hop 
Exchange, Borougli, S.E.— Ilope, English 
and Foreign. 

7. WHEEIiER, J. C, & SON, 
OIouceBter. — Two CuUuiLioDa of Seidii, one 

Siroduoing f'lod for Dinn, the other jUTxlucing 
nod for animals : ooiiBistin^ of SOO of the tnnat 
approved ipLfiiB and rarieties in oultiratioD. 

8. SUTTON & SONS, Queen's Seeds- 
men, Reading. Berks.— (1) GIH 6iM?cimoii 
Mnlels of Sjiilon'« Improved VcfiOtables. &c., 

aialclled br i-aHon & twiia. (3) 50 Spccioicn 



Morlvlg of Bnttou'a A^icultural Roots, &c. (3) 
200 Specimen Orassis. aorta as used for producing 
hav und berbag? for cattle. (4) SCO Speeiment 
of Button's pore homo-grown seode. inelnding— 
(o) 8oed» producing vegetubles for roan. (6) 
Seeds prodiiciog plants u food for man. (c) 
Sceda used aa direct food for man. (d) Seeds 
producing honey for beoa. (*) Seeds prmliicing 
comiimouts. (/) Seeds producing oila (g) 
Bcods producing roots for cattle, (h) Beeda 
producing berbo^ and hay for cnltle. 



o. WABD ROWIiAND, & CO., 166 

Piceadilly, W. — Fooil frnm the London 
Markets— BptcimeDB of edible birds, animala, 
ta., gotav aduptatioDS of natural features. 

10. CABWARDINE, THOMAS E., 
84 City Boad, HC— Tnpioca, Sago, Split 
Peas, Seuloh Uarley, Rice, Lentils, Lentil 
Fluur. Haricot Beans, Scoteli Brose, Uominy, 
Wheal, and all the various produce from wheat 
in the manafaoture of flour. 

11. BUTTT, GEO. F., 49 Wtgmore 
Sti^t, Iiondon. — Her Msjcalj tbo Queen's 
Prize Heifer, " Cborry Blossom," stuffed entire. 

12. SABLNE & BICHABDSON, 106 
Dunster House, Mincing Lane, and 
e George Tard, Fenohurch Street, KC 
— (1} Indian Teas and Coflees. (S) Speci- 
mens of various I'lants and Seeds illustrating 

KO('e«B of cultivation and manufucturo. (3' 
odels. Drawings, &e. 

13. WARD BOWIiAND, ft CO., 
166 Piccadilly. W.— Food from the Poultry 
Farm — spccimeua of poultry arraugwl naturnlly. 

14. BEAI.EB, ALFBED. 371 Porto- 
bello Boad, W.-Sliifftd tipvcLniena of Do- 

15. WILLS ft 8EOAR, Boyal Exotlo 
Nursery, Onslow Cresoent, S,W. — All 

kinds of Flowers. Plmita. Booqucta, uud Flolat 
Decorations, Floner-i-ota, Viuies.&c. 

16. CABTER, JAMES, ft CO., 237 
ft 238 High Holboni,W.C.— The Vt^- 
table Food FtoducU at *.\i*. "«<«V\,ivi — ^ 
Seeds owA i* JjtotX \»A Vi ■osm.- ^5^ ^** 

\ prodocHiS v^*^'** ^«*.»» ^^^''^^ V«A.V« -o 



OZoM n. (South OaOery). 



(8) 800U naed oa. or pniiliiDing ootid imetitB. 
(4) PralluUe Otl-jrieldins seeds and their obli, 
(6) Seeds for honey bee. (6) 6eed» pro- 
it ue in j;; dress fain ics, )ic. 



Class 11. 
{South aalltr^.) 
Prepared Vegetable BubetanoeB used as 
Food, Including Tiimed, CompresBed 
and Preserved Fruits and Vegetables. 
Bread, Cakes, and Biscuits of all 
kinds. Tobacco. 

17. FARKWOBTH, B. D.. 36 Drury 
Ijane, LiverpooL — (1) Flour, " Queoo'a 
Own." (2> Flour, " Morning Star." (8) WTieot 
Meal, "Oolden Grain." (4) Flour, Seir-rainiDg. 
(6) Oatmeal, "Pin Head." (6) Baking 
Powdor. 

18. HANNAY & CO., Wast Gorton, 
Manohester.— MauufuetnterB of Plain aod 
Fiiupy lliscuita f'lr home and fofoigii trade. 

19. PHUiLrPB, W. FLEimrQ, Dr., 
St. Har7 Bourne, Andover, HaQt8.~Spo- 
cimiMiof Mate or faraway Ten, with Mati^ Cup, 
ond BBmbilla — tlie tuUi uanl iu drinking the tt^. 

30. EINa, FKEDSRICK, & CO., 
e BiBhopegat« Avenue, KC— Kdwards's 
Preserved Potato and Drsi coiled Soup. This 
Soup cousiuls of Bucf and Pctatoee concentrated. 

21. UUMFOBD, aEOROE B., New- 
castle Granary and 8t«am UUls, Por- 
ringdon Bosd. KC.-Flmir, (imin, Split 
Peu, Oalnx-'Bl, Crushe.) Linso'd, Xc. 

22. CHASE flz CO., Adelaide BuUd- 
inga, London Bridge.— A nifricnn Tinual 
Muuti and gcnem] American Foinl Proiluct 

23. ZUPPIWaER, p. H., 59 Mark 
Lane, E.C. — UiiDgnriun Floitr nnd Itread, ftc. 
(tuailo of such Hour), Hunguriun Macaroni, 
ViTinicelli, 4-c. 

24. WAYDEUN, CHAHLE8, 28 
Bdro' High Street, 8.E.— Hunfiirian Flow 
(Inmd MUD), ami Hnngnriun Wheal. 

35. TITRNEB & CO., London Street, 
Bethnal Green, E. — (1) Patent Pro- 

Krwl Maiio Com Meal. (3) Patent Prepared 
)ininy. (3) Malt Flour, for UBU in Bread- 
THaking, 4c. (4> Fattnt KilnnWed Maito 
GerruB for h"r»"9. oittle, sheep, pigs, and 
poultry, (6) liiln-dried Hsize Meal for 

Seneral live *lock and iwullry. (8) Model of 
:iln (Tomkius. Courage & Craeknall's Patent) 
us<J in preparing the above proilucta. Also 
for drying hops, malt, and all kindu of grain, 
ounsames Hh onn smoke, bums any kiud of 
fuel, and does not ultoin the produots of com- 
bustioD to como in contact with Ibe nuilerial 
being dried. 



a*. JOIfEB, OMJJTDO, & CO., 
York Road, Battersea.— Maiae Products 

and Cliapuiau'i Entirti Whtitt Flour. 
27, D8SHER, W. H., 46 Lome Ter- 

ice, Bath.— (1) Flour from Baoaaaa. an<l 
Biscuits, bread, and Cakc« from Buii;e. (2) 
Banaua J^lly. 

3S. CLARKE, W. G., & SON, Lime- 
house, London, K— Bistnits of all kinds. 

39. AXEMAN. ANDREW, Com Uer- 
cliant, 17 Queen sferrr Street, Edin- 
burgh.— <I) Midl.itiiiau Ontnie^la (Bnp, nic- 
■■ ,, rotind. piu-lieod). (2) Soolcb Barlfj* 
and Pearl). (3) Phbs6 Broao. 



jj, GLEN MILLS CO., 
quer Street, Dublin. — Self- 

' riooB dcBcrtptioDi. 






31. GRANT. JOHN, Craig Mills, 
Dundee. — (1) Scotch Oatmeals and Groats. 
PreparaCioua Croto Sootcli Oats in dilTeifnt siwi, 
(3) Scotch, Peart, and Pot Barleys, Preparalions 
CnJin Soolch Barley. 

32. WALSH, ELLIOTT & BENNIE, 
Sidney (Agents, J. 8. LAUBIB Ss CO.). 
14 St. Mary Axe, E.C. — Auatruliaa Prr>- 
Hcrved Meat 

33. HARRIS & CO., 17 t 18 Upper 
George Street, Bryanston Square, W. 
— Cakee, Biscuit a. Bread, *c. 

34. SCOTT, A. & R., Glasgow & 
London.— (1) Scotfs Improved Midl..Uiiun 
M^l. (9) Soott'B Midlothian Kleal OidcniU. 

(3) fkatt'a Midluthiau tiroalB. (4) SfStCa Hid- 
lotliUa Oatmeal. Bole Makers of Sontf a Mid- 
lothian Out Flour, which is prepared hum the 
finest qnalitt of Midlothian onta; it is a antiafr- 
ing, nourishing, and easily digested food for 
iufants and invalids. 

35. BREAD REFORM LEAOUI! 
(THE) (Miss YATES, Hon. floe.), 8 
Northumberland Terrace, Regsnt'a 
Fark.-Wheat Menl, and Wheat-Meal Bnad 
and lliscuils, by millora and bakers willing to 
supply them. The Bread Befonn League is 
a purely iincommerE'ial aiSBiwiiilion, orgatiiiod 
solely to teach the d let elic advantages of wheal 

36. EDMUNDS, JOBUPH, 10 BtonB- 
fleld Terrace, Liverpool Road, N.— 

(1) Gorgona Anchovies, Anchovy Paate and 
KsBeuoe. (2) Baking Egg and Custard Powder. 
'3) The New Coucentroted Ctistard Pndding. 

(4) The Empreas Currie Powder and Paale, 
Chutneys and Sauces. (5) Hextera Cbatueys, 
Ksucnces, Brown Colour Currie Powder and 
Past« used by the Mntionul Training Bohoo) 
of Cookery. (8) Spceimens of 8e*d» naed in 
the manufoeture of Currie Powder — Gr«cn 
Ginger. Vanilla. Mexican and Bourbon, Mid 
('■ochiiieal, black and silvered. (7) Siueji'* 
Oriental Salt. 



CUua II. {Suulh Oatlen/). 



S. BROWN & POLSON. Paisley ; 
89 Queen Victoria, Street, London, 

E.C.— (DLVniFlotir from Mi.i™. (2j Siirclii^B 
rrom Muiie. (3) Cattle F,«xi from wnste produftii. 
(4) Speciiiieiu of Mniie ingrain ftmlnii cobs. 

38. HUNTLEY & PALMERS. 
Reading ; and 162 Fenchurcti Street, 
London, E.C.— riaio unJ Fancy liiin'uiU and 

39. POETT. JAMBS, 13 Oreen Street, 
Bath.— BlM-iiit« of alt siiru. Bpeciality: The 
Uripnal Bath Oliver llincuit; Dr. Oliver, iu- 
yenlnr, IT35. 

40. PEEK, FREAN, St CO., Lon- 
don, aE.— Funo; liisouita and Cakea of nil 

41. WIX, C, Ac SONS, 3 Mitre 
Street, Aldgate, E.C. — I>iakli>s. Sauiee, 
Jitina, uiJ Fottnl McatH. and CouiliiutmU iihhI 
in r-xxl. 

42. DICKSON Sc RKNWICK, S8 
Lombard Street, London, E.C. ; and at 
Olasgow and Liverpool.— (1) Pruatrviil 
Cnofd M.nU. (3. Hr.BiTVcJ CuoneU FiaU. 
<3) Priwrvvil Caniinl Fruils. 

4211. ANDEH80N, R. W,. 92 Upper 
Thames Street, E.C.— Uaroii Liubig Kslnicl 
of Meal. 



fectinuery. 

43<i DUNCAN, JAMES, 9 Minoing 
Lane, E.C. — Siigur, reflneil, uaJ Synip. 

44. BLAXALL & CO., 70 Lamb' 
Conduit Street, W.C.— (1) Hnme-mad 
BIiinnHlittiea, Jams, Jellieu. (3) PreBUrKr 
Fniituaiid ConfvctioncTy. 

45. NEWSON, W., & CO., 24 Jewin 
Btxeet, E.C. — lixiiuu Condimcntf, Cliutnee, 
Cutrj Powri, r, &e. 

46. KINO, ROBERT, 33 Sussex 
Place, 8.W.— (1) Ten, plBut-Kn.wiiig, th 
{■repared leaf and fluner fr^mi the Tarjou 
oounlries growing aime, (2) Coffee, planl- 
growing, in ptLR-limnul. in ()od and in berry. 
(S) Whiok}-, pure Old Highland malt. 

47. FREEMAN & HILDYARD, 27 
Great Dover Street, Borough, S.E,— 
llaking I'owdt-r. i'oddiug t'owdtr, Cuatard 
i'uwJer, Ac, *o. 

48. BEACH, T. W.. & SONS, Ealing 
Boad Gardens, Brentlord ; and at the 
Bt. Hon. Lord Sudeley's Fruit Planta- 
tions, Toddiogton, Qlouceatershire. — 
WI.0IB Fruit Joius. 

49. CLARKE. NICKOLL8, & 
COOMBS, Hackney Wioli Works, E.— 
(1) .liiiua. (2> Cnuilied and Drainul I'uela 
niid Clin feet ioniirj. 

49a. MORRISON, WOOD, St CO., 
Abbey Steam Works, Stratford, E.— 
JamB. Manu&lailOB, I'i«Ih, nud Swucts of all 



... LOW, HUCKVALB, St CO., 
23, 24 & 26 Billiter Street, London; 
Old Coi^ Exchange, MancheBt«r ; 
White Horse Street, Boar Lane, Leeds ; 
24 The Bide, Nowcaetle; 31 Carre 
Birmingham; 40 St. Enoch 
Glasgow; 17 Stephen Street, 
Bristol (Bote Agents for the following 
Companiee — The Central Queensland 
Meat Export Co., Limited, Rock- 
hampton, Queensland ; the Queensland 
Freezing St Food Export Co., Limited, 
Brisbane, Queensland ; the Hogarth 
Australian Meat Preserving Co., Dar- 
ling Downs, Queensland; the Gear 
Meat Preserving Co. of N.Z., Limited, 
Wellington, N.Z. ; the City Meat Pre- 
serving Co., Balmain,New South Wales.) 
-AuBlmtian and Men Zealnud Freu-rio.) Mente. 

51. BARNES & CO., 137 Upper 
Thames Street, E.C, ; Factory, Mill 

Lane, Tooley Street (l)Jiinj8,Jdiii»,Mar- 

nialadi.-. Tart Fniite, Talilt- Jellits. Pickko. &o. 

(2) Preserved Mentd, Fisb, and Vegetablaa. 

(3) Potted Meuta anil Fiah. 

52. SUTTON, G. P.. St CO., 100 
High Holbom, W.C.— Concentrated Fla- 
vnntini; I'^ast^nmi and Granular Prepuratiotl uf 
Freslj Herbs. 

y. CHAMBERLIN MANUFAC- 
TtTRINO CO., 1 Denman Street, aE. 
— Cream Bakii.g Powder f..r Bread, Cakes, 
Puddiu)i;i), Pabtrr, &c., especially ailaptLHl fur 
pcrvone with weak digealion, 

54. OSBORNE, CHARLES, & CO., 
Ormside Street, Old Kent Road, aK— 
Vegetable aiibBtniiceB prei'ared in vineRiir and 
otlierwij*. Preserved Friiite, Malt Wine, and 
Spicod Vinegora. 

55. BIRD, ALFRED, St SONS, 
Devonshire Works, Birmingham (es- 
tablished 1837).— Bird's Uiime Specialitiea : 
(1) Bird's Ciifllard Puwdcr, (2) Bird's Bknc 
Maiiiio Powder. (3) Bird's Baking I'owder. 
^4) Bird's Conwiitruted Ef.-R I'uwder. 

56. HARTLEY, W. P., Bootle, Liver- 
pooL — Marmalade and I'rDstrvca. 

56a- KAY BROTHERS, Chemists, 

Stockport (1) KBsences prepared from 

Fruit fur Hyrupi, BeTera^^, and CordiulB [fa 
■mti-d wtiter loiiDufuctiirera and hmissliold 
use. (2) Linseed Loienges — a aolidifiud Lin- 
«s d Ti>a. A Bweatineat totally soluble and 
veri- d-muWnt. 

57. McCORQUODALE, D. A., A 
CO., Lochty Preserving Works, Car- 
noustie, N.B.— ManafaoturerB nf PreKrved 
Polalo ami V' gets Mr B. fm Emigrant and 
Gmtml Ship SlorcB, Eipi<rlntion, lu\ Pre- 
served Potato in CiucB. PrcwrvL-d Vugctablet 

SS. COLMAN, J. St J., lOe Cannon 
Street, London ; and Carrow Works, 
Norwich. — Mustunt, Gonuine and Uiz»J. 
Miislutd l>^ duels, Oil. At- 



CloM II. {Sooth OaOery). 



59. YEATMAH Se CO., 119 New 
Bond Btreet, W.— Ytnat PowcIlt, Bakirig 
PowderB. Fiour, S«lf-raising Flour, C"ni Floor, 
CalJMij'nie Bitters, Liiue-Jiiin} Cordial. Cuatard 



60. FOTTIIR & CIiABKE, Viaduct 
House, Farringdon Street, JB.C.— Sweel 

Ilerlio uf ull BiirtB lor culinary [lurposts. Sec-da 
and fpk'M, (lino Corapiellioii Cardial. 

61. POTT, B. & N., S2 Bouthwork 
Bridge Road. — Viucgiira, SlBlcriala, ModeJB, 

63. WtLLS, W. D. & H. O.. 53 Hoi- 
bomVieiduot, E.G. ; The Virginia Caven- 
diah Works, Bristol ; Se Hamburg. — 

Tobm™, SDuff, Cinftf iind CigMrptfa; Manufuc- 
tiirerg; nlw) Manitraolurcrs of Tubafo for 
vxpnrl ID botid. 

63a. HAYSS, J. H., 7 Sxliibition 
Road, Bouth Kensliigton, S.W.— I m potior 
i>r I'urkisli. l^gyptinn, Ituvsisn, UsTannah, llra- 
riluin. Moiiran. French. Hiingfiriui, Ar&blBD. 
CuliHiiiiH. niid otlicr cigaretloe. Havunnuh 
Cinin. PatngRa. Muria*, rpmuins, CubmiBt, ' 
Villor * Villftr, Intimidad, Henry CIbt, Cora- 
hbb. Morale*, CtJiope, Larrniagn, Hanilta, 
.Inmikint, Lunlrah. uDd all tbe aboicest Brnoils. 
Solo pmiirielor of Biand La Flor da Juan Haze 
(BtitiBit). — (1) Primrose Tobii«» nnd 
CignretltA (3) Beooonsflold, Cromnell and 
Pnltou SniokiUK Sliituree. 

63. HIONBTT BROTHERS & CO., 
66 Whitecbapel, Iiiveri>ool. — Tobawo and 
Smiffs. 

64. COPE BROTHERS & CO., 
Lord Nelson Street, Liverpool. — 
CiBarfli™. 

65. DREW & SONB, BhadweU, Lod- 
don.— Buo<itU, Cakiis.aLjJ Sjiimgo Goixis. 

66. WALKER & HARRISON, Phos- 
nix BiHouit Works, Ratcliff Cross, 
London, E.— ManufaolurerB of Ship and Dog 
Iliscuittr, (ianieand Poultry, Meals, &c. Biaonita 
of all Borta, Meal, aud Flour. 

67. SPRATTB, Bermondsey, 8.K— 
SfiruttH Patctjt liUoilits of oil aorta. 

68. QBANT, ALEXANDER, 146 

Oxford Street, W (1) The ■■Miivf"ir" 

Whole Menl Beef, Fowl. Tongue. (Jame.'Hani, 
Cltiv«o. tee., Biacuita. (2) Fowl Kuaks. (3) 
Wedding nnd other (!akea.&c., Ac. (4) Epicene 
of Fowl, Beef, &o. (5) Food fur InrunM oud 
luTitllda 

69. VAN ABBOTT. O., S PrLnoes 
Street, Cavendish Square. — (1) Gluten, 
Broiui. BianiiitB, Flour, Macaroni, Vermicelli, 
t^mnlu aijcl Cbucululti. (2) Brun Biaeuita aud 
Ponder. (3) Uypuphoepliiti- of Lim? Biacaita. 
(4) MbU Uiaeutb, Norwich BiacuitM. (6) 
t«accbolac, Vegetsblu Bread and Milk. (6) 
KxLroel of VcpilnblcB, Ivorv Jelly. 



70. HOLMES & COUTTS, 'Wash- 
ington Street, New York (Agent. 
LATHAM & CO.. 17 PhUpot Lane. 

E.C.).— Sea Foam Waftia. 

71. ROHART, ALFRED, 38 Church 
Road, Tunbridge Wells.— Tho Tuobridge 
Wells Wnlor liiacQiU 



73. BRYANT BROT^RB (Bole 
A^rente for London, HEWITT & 
YOUNO) 44 Connaught Street, Hyde 
Park Square ; Manufactory, 15 Argyle 
Street, Bath.— Sam [>1ee of Bryuiit'a Old Italh 
Olivur Biscuits. 

74. HERBERT & JONES, 48 High 
Street, Kenalnitton, W. ~ Wrililing aud 
otlier C:ikfB. Itojal Dutch (jingerhr^ad, 4c. 

75. BOLLAND & SON, Chester.- 

\V(.-3jing Cak.?s, *c. 

76. MURRAY Sc CO.. 48, 60 & 62 
Southampton Row, London ; and Bob- 
ton. U.aA.— Americiin ILoufwIiout-rj. 

7&1. LOBIMER ti CO., 42 & 44 
Hargrave Park Road, Junction Road, 
N. — Flavouring EssoQci.', Ffuit Syrupa and 
Cordials. 

77. CURR, THOMAS, 29 School 
Hm, Aberdeen.— (1) Essence of Coffea (2) 
Kaaenoe ofCoCfee with Chicory. (3) Gsaenoe 
of Daodelion. 

78. LIEBIO, BARON, Cocoa and 
Chocolate Works, 40 & 41 Bermondaey 
Street, S.E.— (I) Cocoa and Chocolate and 
perfeoled Fonda for IcfaDtB and Ijivulidf , includ- 
ing red Iab>-1 (for Imalida), blue label and gold 
IttlMil (Breakfut Cocoas), yellow labcJ (Pare 
Extract of Cocoa), and even class of Caeca 
Powder and CbnooUta (8) Milk Food for the 
Nursery, a pure nalritioos specially prepared 
subBtilule fur luotber's uiilk for infAnts, and 
highly reooiumended as a perleol food for chil- 
dren and inTalida. (3) Maltn-Lequmine Farina, 
the TKoat untlitloiia food known, la largely used 
as an artiole of diet (or Invalida and Djapeptica, 
nnd also for daily houiehold oae aa an admiK- 
tare with other foods. 

79. FRY, J. &, & SONS, Bristol and 
London.— (1) Obocolalo in Cukes. ia)Oho- 
oolftte ConfeflioDory. (3) 0<wi><> Extraot. 
(4) HonuDoiAihic Cocoa. (6) Cocoa and Halt 
Ei tract. 

So. TULLOCH. W., it SON, S6 ft 
87 Bury Street, E.C.— (1) Pare Dulcli Comb. 
(2) Tulloch'B Nectar. (3) Reohercb^ Cboco- 
bilo. (4) Fletchor'a Family Fooil. (6) Cap- 
tain Dick's Sanco. (6) French Oonfeotianery. 
(7) Oatmeal. 

Bi. OOUNDBY & CO., Limltad, 
181 Upper Thames Street, E,C.— Gonn- 
dry's I'ftteiit Consclidatcil Ti«. By bydrealie 
pressure of SO tuns cu cacb Jib. oi Tea. the bulk 



aoM ni. {Soufh Gallery). 



la n.-<luce<l to niie-tliicil. nml tho quaotity a( 
liquor iiioTeiiH<<l bj one-third. 

82. PHILLIPS Be CO., 8 King Wil- 
liam Btroot, E.C.— Tf«, Coffee and Cnom 
Heicliauta, and Mmiufiiutiirera uf pure Cdchu 
uail Cboatlak'. 

83. PREVET, C, & CO., lat« CHOL- 
LET & CO., 134 Fenchurch Btreet, 
London, E.C.— Prepared Vegelable Sub- 
Btancns, Dried luid CompreBSed VegclnbloB and 
Fm^ts, Fr&ctiol UietcticB, Amy and Navy 
ItatiODB, PrisoD and Workhouee Diet, Tropical 
dud Arclit DietaHea. Also CoiidcDiied Veget- 
ublu 8011 |is. 

84. PUTS, EDWARD, 8s SONS, 
Staple Street, London, 8,B.— Jams, Mar- 
DiHladci, Red am! Black Currant Jelliee, Apple 
.lelly, Calvufl Foot J.lly, Bottle.1 Fniita, 
I'icklra, Sanceg. Table Vinegar, Rupberry 
Vinpgar, Solod Cream, Bjnipa for leea, io. 
Flaronrinj; E-Morm. Lucoa Oil, Potted Meata, 
Polled Bloater ami AnchoTy. 

85. SALMON & amCKSTBIN, 34 
Whitechapel Boad, London.— Tubocto. 
Pip«, Af. 



96. VBOBTARIAir SOCIETY, Head 
Qttfu-ters at 75 Frlnceea Street, Bilan- 
cheeter, with Br&ncliea througout the 
Cotintr;. &uppnrti>il by SulmcriptioDB aad 
IVinationa. Siipenuy and other ohiiioo Diu> 
net», a> per Daily Bill of Faro, from 12 
to 6. Soupi, SayouritB. Pies. Puddinga, Por- 
ridgo and Uilk, udiI otfaur n>freBhtDeu(a at the 
bar, witboQt flalj, flush or fowl. Tea, CulTee, 
«nd Coooa from 4 p-m. to tlie olose of the 
Exhibition. The whole of the proflts vrill be 
tlVTOted to tbe foeditig of the poor of London 
kud other large tDHua during tbe winter of 
ISM-S. For tho porpoee of feeding the poor, 
boxea will bo plaeed in the restaurant for aiiy 
donation. Cookeij Books and Vegelariau 
literatnro on sale at the countor placed at ths 
eutnutoe, on apptif^lion. 

ALLEN, F., «E BON8, Canal Boad, 
" " End, E. (&e Machii^y IB Mc ' 

GalUri,.) 

BABNETT tt FOSTER. Niagara 
^orka, ae Eagle Wharf Road, N. 

'limtry in Motion, Wrtlrm GciUfrp.) 

CHALLEN, DAVID, 131 MUdmay 
^JOAd. London, N. {S^t EmI Corriilor 

KAY BROTHERS, Stockport. (Sa 
CUui 24.) 
WATT, J., ft SONS. 8 Oledtaow Ter- 

aw. {tke MaehiiMi, in MiAiun. 



C1.AB8 III. 

(Soalh GnWwjI.) 

Prepared Animal Snbetaacea need as 
Food in a preoerved form— Tinned, 
Smoked, Salt^, Compressed, and 
Prepared Animal Foods of all kinds ; 
Food produced by Ineecta, such as 
Honey, Jsc. 

87. TITLEY, WILLIAM, & SONS, 
2, 3. & 4 Abbey Gate, Bath ; 59 Vic- 
toria Street, Bristol. EstabUshed 1748. 
- ProviBion Merchaiita. I'roprittnrs of the 
(.-uh-brated Batli Brand Hams, aud Bath Brand 
Biir-n. Cheddar and SomerBct Cheeee, Prize 
Medal Amorieau Cheese. 

8a BLANCHFLOWER & SONS, 
1 Cousin Lane, Iiondon, EC. ; and 
Great Yarmouth, Wholesale French 
and Italian WarehoUBemen,— tl) Sauope, 
PicklBB, JcllJes, 4p. C2) I'reservea. (3) Kiah. 
Mealu, Game, Hiii[n, Vi'Botiibles, SaiiBftRos, &c., 

89. KEMMRRICH. E., & CO.. Santa 

Elena, South America. (Sole Consignees 
for the United Kingdom, BERK. F, W., 
& CO., 1 Fenohurch Avenue, B.C.)— (1) 
■' Keniiueriph's Eitract of Meat." (2) "Bou- 
illon Keiamcrich." 

90. CITNNINaHAM, DE FOURIER 
& CO., Duncan Street, Whltechapet, E. 

— Prewrved Meats : Niij-ier brand, Do Fourier 



92. BRAND, H. W., Llmitad, 5 Ver* 
Street, Oxford Street, W.— (1) Potted 
Meats, SanecB, &c. (2) Esuvaee of Boef. (3) 
Concentrated Beef Twi, Soups, and oilier 
Special tit a for lux'alida. 

93. WATTJT.T.T & CO., S CobUI^ 

Place, Bays water.— Invalid Turtle Sonp; 

Srepaptd bv I. W. Hope. a7 Hyde Park Place, 
larblo Anh, W. 



IfiLi 



94. POULTON & NOEL, 62 Buck- 
ingham Palace Road.— Preservod Engliab 

PreviBioui of all kinds, incliidiog BelgraTiaa 
Rolled Oi TongucA. Belgmiian 8aTory Ox 
Tongues, Sheep s Tongues. Oxford Brawn, 
Pressed Beef, Ox Cheek, Cambridge ttansagee, 
Qame Pies, Roa«t PhensatiU, Partridges, Quail*, 

95. CHRISTY, T., & CO., 156 Fen. 
church Street, EC— (1) New food Pro- 
ducts: Pcmniican, dried meat in (•owdor; 
Agar-Agar, a BHiweed for jcllias . Cuc<l-Hale. 
Cola. (S) Fur Health: Menthol and Monthol 
Plnats. (3) ACoUwtionof SMidoflheuewoat 
varieties of Cinebona (Caliiaga), Cntfew, Teas, 
Cocoa, PanaiT (for ronduriiig meat lender), 
TouiD Barks and ibiols, Quiuiuu Barks, Uin- 
song and Alaloai& C>nAV(\Ojk 



i'Vanvry). 



97. HUTFirr, N., 55 CharlottB 
Street, Fitzroy Square, W. I'mv' ' 
r*r..M-rvi-r.— (I) ProBi-rvt-l B^aix U,ml 
(ifilui,tii>o of Turkoy in iiu». ifl) Pn>.iiie 
tliy riTip>rd. (3j TrufllM. (4) I'iles. (6J 



Kut 



of Fl.K 



93. IjIBBY, UcN^ELI., « LIBBY. 
States Street, ChiaaKO, U.S.A.— Tim i»i 
MmtBof vattocu kinds for domcHtio nud a' my 

99. ATIiESBUEY DALEY CO., Kou- 

inls.— (1) KotiiiiH I'MnicL (3) ArliSuiuI 
lIuDiiiti Jlilk. (3) Milk i'lKid for iiitAntti. 

100. DROITWICH SALT CO.. Lim- 
ited. 8 £ 8 Lower Thames Street. RC- 
(1) !>,.ll ..r inrk-ua kiuda. (2^ Uriu,: fr^m 
«likli »Ml is jiroduoLHl. 

lot. B£LLIS,THOli[ASB:..8Je0i«;B 
Square, KC— Turtl.i Soup, Pn-Bt-rroJ Cuii- 
I'luli iLQd Cnti]x«, Turtle Grcvn Fut, ud'I Suu 
Drii-d Tiirllo. 

loz. SYDNEY MEAT PRESEHV- 
ING CO., Limited (THE), 150 lieaden- 
haU Street. E.C — (1) Uoiled liivf and Mut- 
l"i>. (2) t'i>miir.'B«*Kl C.irned MmU. (3) 
iMhig-n lOilract of ftUit. (4) Ncnt Foot Oil. 

103. BARN£TT, E, St CO., 2 &: 2a 
Blomfleld Street, London Wall, EC— 
Jr'wi^ih Smoked anJ Sailed Miiita. fiuUHUgiH. 
roiiltry, Si>ni>«, Ac. 

104. ANGLO - 8CAMDINAVIAN 
CONDENSED MILK CO. (THE), 6 
Victoria WareliouBcs, Mauaell Street, 
E.-C-jni]i>nM-.i Milk in 1 lb. tins. 

105. BENEKE & CO., 2 Coleman 
Street Buildings, Moorgate Street, E.C. ; 
Loebau, Saxony. — N'utnrul Miiii-nd Tutilu 
Wilt, ra. 

105.. MALTINO CO., Limited. 34 
25 Hart Street, Bloomabury, ■W.C- 
lixtrftcl of m/dt, ivdcal, piita, mid iHirli'y. 

106. CONDENSED MILK CO. OP 
IBELAUD (THE). Lansdowne, Li- 
merick.— C.iudi-uBcd Milt in liuB. 



Will 



of "Si.H tbst 



inki>,.la 



toS. WAN OT!B, J., & SON. Acme Salt 
Works, 337 Kingsland Hoad. London. — 

S[)ij-.'inlMtt»iifiiftunTfloflhtl'rizfMc.UI Table 
SuK, the Prize " Aoiuis " BuUlt Suit, nnd Salt of 
every deu:ri|itioe. Suit of vatioiis kiuds. 



110. WESTON & WESTAIiL, 116 
Lower Thames Street, E.C. (Agents 
for CORBETT'S Worcester Salt, manu- 
factured by JOHN COKBETT. M.P.. 
Stoke Prior Salt Works, Woroeeter- 
ehire.) — Sail uibJh from natural brine. 

111. WEBB, JDBAL, High Street, 
Keneington. W — Collection of Cheese, 
Elncun, nnd Hams. Speoimeoa of Bngliali, 
BuMsian. SwIdb, French. Italiaii. GermHn, Ame- 
ricHD, Dutch, Sew Zeelnod, Norwegian, and 
other kinds: also specimeiu prepurad for ex- 
port. Models of ei|iorl pookiKca, &e. Sjieci- 
luen of Bo;; Butter &oni Ireland, buried in 
an Irish bog hundrL-ds of years bbo, preaented 
lo Mr. Weub by AldernuiD Fur on, Dublin ; 
also Photoa of variona Shows and Eihibiiiona. 

BARNES & CO., 137 Upper Thames 
Street. E.C (Sie Cluit 2.) 

EDMTTNDS, JOSEPH, 10 Stonefield 
Terrace, Liverpool Road, N. (Si-c Cliut 2.) 

OHANT, ALEXANDER, 146 Oxfbld 
Street, W. (.-vt Clm-, -2.) 

WALSH, ELLIOTT. & CO. (AKsnts, 
J. 8. LAURIE & CO., 14 St. Mary Axe, 
E,C.). (A« CI.M 2.) 

iEiUt Ci'rrithr Annexe.} 

112. WALLI8,80NS&LrD8TON,37 
Great Tower Street, EC— Ijtrd in Tin?, 
Piiila, 4e,. hj Nnplifv * Son, Pbili.dclplib. 

iiM. D E ANS. MRS. E., The Prairie, 
Haetings.— .MixIqI i,t Hospital, 

113. HUGHES, BROS., LiverpooL- 
English Ittflocd Lard In bladJera, tiirces, Sr- 
kin.i, lins, wnnileus pans, gidtaniajd hucketa 

ii3n. MOIR, J.. & BON, Limited. 148 
IieadenhaJl Street, EC— (1) PrrBerrnl 

VEgctabkB and Ftulls. (3) Cocoa and Udk. 
(3) Chocolate aud Milk. (4) Soiipe. (61 
Meats nod Game in tin and fiiass. (6) DoiW 
Deef in 1^-lb. tins as Hupplied to AdinintlQr in 
1851 ; also Boiled Beef in G-lb. tins a« supplied 
for the lue of the French troops daring Urim- 
eun War. 1853. 

113?.. CHAIiLEN. DAVID, 121 Mild- 
may Road. N.— Wdann'M Auieri<.\un Toast 
imd Oliver liiBi-iiit^. 

1130. BRITISH BEE KEEPERS' AS- 
SOC I ATION.—Eshibi lion i.f Puie Huney. 
produced in the United Kingdom, and 
appliances naed in its production. Comb 
Huncy in luperB. and leotionB. Bim atit> 
Eitnicled Honey in glaaB jam. Modem FVame 
Hires, Straw Hive*, Eitracton. Smokers, 
Supers. Comb Fonndation, Cralcj, and erety 
' 'le eonuecttid with modern Boo Keejitng. 
nmens of Adnltritaled llouey and the 
artk'lcB UBed as adnltcranlf, Ac. Ac 

113d. SEARCY, JOHN, 65 & 67 Con- 
aught Street, Hyde Park Square, Lon- 
don. — (1) OricuLul SuK ; a tiiblu coudiiuenl. 



Cbm ir: (^w*i Gallery). 



191 



twin); n parv pn-paratUiD of the smull kmI cliHIi. 
(2) Co1i.rr iNilt ; iDiule from llio ccUTy. (8) 
It/ijral Mnrninltflo. 

113^. NEiaHBOim, QEOBOE, & 
SONS. 137 High Holbom ; and 148 
Begent Street, W.— (1) Uviiiz ItuUao Dwfl 
M, work in i;liuH hivojt (3) Liviog CuEuioUii 
lC««a at wnrk. in plaM bivoa. (8) New Bar 
Kraioo Ilivu. oallcd "The Lonrion," wUh new 
>:i(.lem of adjuitini; ftanie*. (4) Phila'lolpbia 
Fruue Hiso, wilh BWHional «iipora. (6) lui- 
prornl Cottngo Hivo. (6) Nciglibonr'i (Joineu 
Vam" Hive, willi woii.imi. (7) Stmw It«r 
Fruuir' Ilivo. (8) a>lLii};><t'8 Bur Pnune Hivu ; 
And all apinnliii r«iin< ctol wJUi lic«-kevpiDg. 

113/. KABK, JOHN, St. Ann's 
Square, Manclieatar.— Cliuico Cignni of Uiu 
(.■.ibuiwi l>r«nd. 

113^. BRANSON St CO., The Chase, 
Clapham—cm^e Kxtmct. 

iijJk. LANCBLAKD, WOOD & CO., 
Aoton,— I ucii tutum, 

CLAas IV. 
Beverages of all kindo— fnl Alcoholic ; 

(li) NoD-Qlcoholic ; (i^) InPusionB (Tea, 
Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate, See.) 



mpui 



aTi<i ul 



113/^ EVANS. SONS & CO., 68 Han- 
over Street, Liverpool.— (1) Monlscrml 
Limn Fniil .liii.c L'nMi.ila niid Siiiiue. (2> 
CoilMy'» SlillH.''>ff«'. 

itA. HEARN, A. J., Chatham, Kent. 

— luftuion of Tf«. 

115. BUITH, T. & H.. & 00., Edin- 
burgh i and 12 Worship Street, London, 
E.C.— (1) Ert^ence ot C"1fep. (2) Kewnre of 
UifTee wltli Chi.'orT. (3) EiweiiOB of Cliieorv 
wilh C-'tTL-o. (4) Coffee uud Milk. (6) Coci^ 
■111] Milk. (6) Cbdoolulonnil Milk. 

116. ROBE, L., St CO., Patentees of 
the Lime Juice Beveragoa. II Curtain 
Hoad, Pinsbury, B.C.; and at Leith. 
N.B.— Lime iluieeCoMiul and atUer limo juice 
bciera^ei, u orlgiD&llj introdnoed bj (lie 
vihibilun prepnre<l fnna tbo time tiuit and 

" ily Ene * ' ' 
dicinal 
fruit iisnn unti-BciirbuLtc 

117. DE ROJAS BROTHERS & CO.. 
24 & 26 Basinghall Street, E.C.—<1> 
Camciu Coffee. (2, Curacai UilUTi. 

118. CLAKK St CO., Coffee Works, 
Queen*B Road, Battersea.^ Kitnuil of 

119.' ALLEN, FREDERICK, 166a 
Upper Thames Street, KC— India. Cbins, 
Jspancse, Ceylon Teas and iperial blend*, 
known HI HHodH' Afternoon Tn and Hinds' 
Fine Blended Kaisoir, and projwr method of 
ilifuiiu); the 



lao. AUSTRALIAN WINE CO., 
Limited (THE) (J. COCKS, Uanager), 
Mill Street, Hanover SQuare, W.— (1) 

Viirietiea of Rod and Wliile Auslralian Wines. 
(3) llhiBtnilionB of the variouB Onipw fh)iu 
whiob Australian winoe are piodured. 

121. BARRETT St CO., Bond Street, 
Vamhall, Aerated Waters and the 
Bavrett'B Sci-ew Stopper Bottling Co., 
Limited,87WandswortliKoad.— Bjltlera 
of Beur end Slout. 

Win, WHITE St CO., 1 Playhouse 
Yard, Barbican.— Lime Juice Coidinl and 
British Wine. 

I2i'i. OULLIVKU, a, & CO., Vale of 
Aylesbury. — Wliiokuy. Cura^'uB, CorJiais, 
Britiob Wilms, A<i. 

izic. CHURCHMAN H., Horsham, 
Sussex.— Liij lit' urj» I'f larinuB kinds. 

izid. DAVIS, JOSEPH, St CO.. Fits- 
roy Works, Kennington Park Boad. B.E. 
—(1) AppumtuB for Milk AnHlysia. (2) Milk 
and Cream TmIb. (S) Wnti-r Testing Apporatua, 
and vurious wienlifip tfats and inBlrunieiitg. 

122. AUSTRO-BAVARIAN LAGER 
BEER BRETOlSRy & CRYSTAL ICE 
FACTORY. Llmitod (THE), Totten- 
ham.— (1) U.'.;r in .■ask nrul iu l-itlK-s. (2) 
Hops. (3) Uurh'v Miili. (4) Pin^iiil B.i'r 
Engines. (5) Uultling and Packing Materials. 

123. END. COOPB. Sc CO., Romford j 

and Burton-on-Trent.— Ale and Stout in 
inak and bijltlc. 

124. BUHaOYNE. P. B., Ac CO., 
London OfHoes, &0 Old Broad Street, 

E.C.— Auelralinn Wmea fr-'m thu Colonies of 
Iia, Vii>t,.ria, Now Suuth Walvs. 



li Que 



u>^la!.d. 



laS TALBOT. T., & CO.. Mineral 
Water ManulUcturers, Commercial 
Road, Gloucester ; and Church Street, 
Monmouth.— Mineral Watora, ic. 

126. COLONIAL WINE CO. (THE), 
Tower Dock, Tower Hill, E.C.— Austra- 
lian, Calilomian. ami SyrlBii Winea. 

IJ7. BODEGA COMPANY. Limited 
(TTTl-!). 14-18 Bethnal Green Road, E. 
— SherriM aud M.ini^.iulla Wine (spiTial), 

128. " WEINLAUBE " (ADMINIS- 
TRATION OF THE), Klosterneuburg, 
near Vienna; and at Trieste, Austria, 
Principal. The Baron A. BABO, Junior. 
London OfBces, 60 Lime Street, E.C. 
(Manager. O. HOCHBRUNTT). — (1) 

Auiitrian and Dtdmatiaii Wines. Samples ei- 
bibilcd in a " WKinUube " or Arbour, auob as 
are to be found in all Ausiil.n vineyards. 
Atlfodaut; Pi^iuant giil in Uiilnutian national 
oostunio. (a) "Anstrio-mnrao" ("Flower of 
AuslriaOi While. (b) '■ Austtia-Blume " 
("Flower of Austria"), fled, (e) Dalmatian, 
" ' '" *■ Rlrohwein, roth " (" bitraw'wino"), 



Red. 
Rid. 



^w 



Clou IV. (South GalUrs). 



e IlQiNirikl and Ruyul Oeaotogic&l 
Collego Ht KliwIemeDbnrg. (Direclor, Uie 
Huron Aa^Tut t)aU>.) (S) Wine Map of 
Aaitrlu-Utingarjr. (4) Pliolcwnphs of the 
Vineyardi. Ac (6) Boriea of Calaurcxl Drnw- 
inga of Grapes, and Ornwinga UluBtmting 
niTap'a of tbo ■' rhylloxenw" (6) Specimen* 
cif " riiylloiEffs VMtatrix " in nJoobol. (7) 
Mlcrcia<»pii?al preparation b at «aiue. (8) In- 
etruiuentB (or Analyititi of Wiuo. 

izg. FOLKS, W. T., 47 Hark I.aiis, 
E.G.— Lima A Fits' CliuuipuK'"-'. ^o- 

iv>. CHIBISTMAS, JOHN, ft CO., 
Rickford, Worplesdon, Surrey.— British 
WiccB. 

130a. 8YMONa,JOHNaiCO.,Totno8, 
Bevon : and Ratclifl' Cross, London.— 

(1) DcToiishire Cider for Home nseand Expor- 
Ution. (2> Apple Huat. The Must of [h.; 
Apple ruHnirl atiit preserved by a new procena 
by which the natural healUiful properties of 
the frait are retained. (8) ChsmpsKut) and 
MoKlle Wiaes (SynioniB Bread) mado from 
choioa Lome and foroign fruitB. trented and 
firmented by an o>J|;iQal and scieiiUfii; proctzB. 

131. COHEY. WILLIAM, & CO., 
Cromac Springe, Belfaat. — tl> Aenittd 
Wal^fB. (Sj fluid MagiieHia and Uimoo 
Bynip, 

131a. FARKEB. JOHN, Woodstock. 
Oxon. — Sampto of Engliali Wiue luutle from 
Gruixa grown in front of oottagca; no spirit 
iuldo.1. (1) Red Wiuo nia-io in I8d3. (2) 



•purkling wide, niH'ln from hol-houae grapes. 

132. RAWLLNOS, H. D., Nassau 
Street, Bernera Street, W. — Aerat^l 
Wattre. 

133. PITT & CO., 38 Wiarf Road, 
City Road, N.— Mineral and AtraLtd Waters, 
Oiuger Ale, &c. 

■34. CANTRKLL & COCHRAMi:, 
Dublin: and Belfast. — Aerated Wniers, 
NatnmlWnturB,Aromfitic(iingcr Ale, Sparkling 
MiintKerrnt. Club iitK\&, Lviuonode. Kali or 
I'otiua WuKt. Lilbitt Waler, (-clliur Water. 

135. FELTOE & SONS, 87 Albe- 
marle Street, W.— Speoialini Unio Jiiii-o. 

136. APOLLINARIB CO., Limited 
(THE). IB Regent Street, aW.— Apolli- 
n&ria Natural Miuorid Water. 

137. CARTER, H. W., & CO., Old 
Refinery, Bristol. — Aerated nud Mineial 
Waters, Conlialu. I^nlnblo Essttnces. &c. 

139. MAT-DAVIS ft CO., EaJieT 
Street. Westminater, S.W. — (1) Aerated 
Waters and Beveragca, in improved bottles, 
(2) Purillol (Defecated) Water. 

140. BRITIS H A ND FOREIGM 
MINERAL WATER CO. (THE), 382 

JIfew City Boad, OJasgow.— <1) Ai'mtd 



Bevcmgus and Artifiofal Mineral Waters. (2) 
Cbemieals and other prodnett used in tha 
manuforturev (3) Model of Uachinery. 

141. SALUTARI8 WATER Ca 
(TItE). 280 Puliam Road. S.W.~-Siilo- 

tari*. whirh ia pure distilled waloraeraleil. Still 
Salularis, which is pun> distilled water, filtered 
bat not aerateil. t^wvetened driolcs.inade villi 
pore distilled water, in quart ebajnpogne bottles, 
beside* other uzes, aueb M Salutaris Cyder, 
Ginger Ale, Lemonade, Gingcrade. Alan Soda, 
SclUer, and Potash Waters all made with pure 
distilled water. Patent Stopper for ehampa^oe 
quart, alio corksorew. Also Kympa for mixing 
with Balutaiis, 

142. VANRENEN, B.. ft CO., High 
Constantia, Capeof Oood Hope; and3S 
Crutchod FriarB, Mark Lane. E.C. — 
Bumplee of Wiiu-s in bollles. 

143. GKAHT. THOMAS, ft SONS 
BISTILLEET, Maidstone.— ■' Grut's 
Morella Chi-rry Brandy;" "Toiiie Liqneurs;" 
and "Sparkling Morella," a uon-alcoholia 
enbalituto for wine. 

144. BnSWELL, C, ft CO.. 9 ft 11 
Bevonsbire Street, Blsbopsgals Street, 
E.C.— (1) Wihiou * Parkor-a Pure Xeraa 
Witiis. (S) Tom Moore's 1 star, 2 star, and 
3 star Irish Whibky. (3} Walter Soott's I star, 
•1 star, and ^ star Ili^hlH'id Whisky. <4) 
Glavier's Champagne. (6) MouIod MoDastel's 
ClarcL 

145. DENYEB, P. T., ft CO., 37 Re- 
gent Street, and 26 Dover Street, W. 
Importers of the Pure Wines of Banlnenr. Man- 
(anillu, Solera, ami AmoulUliido. Tbey aro 
also importer of tiio New Sp-rkliog Wina, 
Roynl RhiDvgau Cbampogiie. — Piu« Spaniali 

146. OBEGER. MAX, Limited, 7 
Mincing Lane, KC, ; 2 Old Bond Street, 
W. : & 66 Sumner Street, S.E.— H>ingari;tQ 

Wines of all sort*. 

147. VITALI. E.. B ft e Great Win- 
chester Street Buildings, B.C VultclHiia 

Wines. Bu«aelli^ Infetnu. Bimito, Capri Pnuiiun, 
Sparkling Wines, and Klldbitorof EucalyjilBS 
prepamlions by the I'rappiat friurs at lh« Tre 
Fontane near Itoue. 

14S. SALT, THOMAS, ft CO., Bus 
ton-on-Trent— (1) Pjde and Biirton AIrs in 
rask and lioltlea. (2) Sampli^a of Hops, Malt 
and Barley. 

149. LOVXBONB, H, ft SON, Can- 
non Brewery, North End. Fulham. — 
Pule UUter Ales ioi'Hskq. 

tso. COLLIER BROTHEBS, Essex 
Brewery, Walthamatow.— Ales brewed for 
family use :— Tbe AmWr Ale, the 11 A BitUT 
.^le, and etiier kinds of Ale and Stout. 

i5o<i. KINO, R, 32 Sussex Place, 
South Kenaington, S.W. ~ Highland 
, Wl.ihky. lliEblund Malt, {if"' Cln" Z.) 



Clou V. (_Soath GaUery). 



151. DAVIS & WTTIJIWOOD. 
Mansion-house Cbambera, 11 Queen 
Victona Street. E.C.— Git 1.000 WLisky in 
liuttlta. 

152. ITKQOHART, HENBY, 16 
Water Lane, at. Tower Street, B.C.— 
t^pM'imeue. Ultin Ur.juliart Old Hi|j;1.1nml 
Blciiikii Whiskies. FeriL-eux et C'io. Cliaui- 
lugiifs, " Gratiil Vi[i ile CabiutC,'' Extra quiililf . 

153. STAN8FEI.D & CO., Brewers, 
Wine and Spirit Merchanta, Swan 
Brewery, Walham Qreen.— Ale and Sum! 

IS4- BISQUIT, DUBOUCH^, & CO., 
CDgnac, France.— U mil ily. 



JUlblj 

iS&i. McCRACKXN', J. & B.. 38 Queen 
Street, Cannon Street, £!.C.— Uowncr Sviisi 
CluLiiipagiic. 

tS6b. TaRNBTTI.1, & WOOD, New- 
caa tie-on -Tyno, Perth; St 15 Clifford 
etroot. W.— (ileu Whisky. 

157. OTLliUAja & SPEINCER, Castle 
Brewery, St. George's Boad, S.E.. and 
Patent MaJtinga. Gordon's Wharf, 
Rotherhithe.— <1) Pntcnt Oilniiuinu.i Mnli.s 

umplca of— Oi'luliiiiied Itiei'. Bnrluv. Wlii.iit, 
uDd Oot, Mnlta. (2) Uecra br.Wf-l fruiii 
titluUaized Kiit' Mult. 

158. BAUNDirBS, JAM£S, & CO., 
IS Charlotte Street, Fltsroy Square, 
London, W.— O B (old IjleudLiI) tipolth nud 
Irish Widskiffl, iognnr Brandy, Mull, «ud 
Mnlting Burlcy. 

159. ANDERSON & SHAW. S, 8, 10 
A IS West Campbell Street, Glasgow.— 
(1> The '■[;hftlli:ngc" Old UighUnd WhUkv. 
(S) "Parfection of Old Scotch," luutured for 
Jean in our bonded narebouftei. 

160. DUBLIN WHISKY DISTIL- 
T.-RBY CO., Limited <TH£), Jones 
Road, Dublin; 81: 77 Mark Lane, Lon- 
don.— Whisky. 

161. FALKNER, FRANCIS, S8 
Grafton Street, Dublin; & 40 Charing 
Cross, London. — Old Itiah Wtiiiky. 

,63. STALLARD. JOSIAH, & SONS, 
Limited, 4 Albemarle Street, W. ; and 
Worcester.— "J 111 White ToH, Pure Gin, and 
ftritidh Cordiula. 

163. WEIGHT & GREIG. 90 West 
Campbell Street, Glasgow; London 
Office, Worcester House, 34 Eaetcheap, 
E.C.— ■■ KodoricK Dhu," old Iliglilftiwl Whiiiky, 
a thorooEhlj mnlureit spirit (if fine style and 

b0U(|UGt. 



BARNETT & FOSTER, Niagara 
Works, Eagle Wharf Road, N. (*e 

MachiHery in MMim, IlMlrr.i GvU^^>J.) 

BENBKE St CO., S Coleman Street 
Buildings, Moorgate Street, E.C,; & 
Loebau, Saxouy. iSee Clutu :-!.) 

BOWHING, HENRY, Dorset Soda 
Water Works, Bond Street, Weymouth. 

(Sri- CliiM 11.) 

BRANSON & CO., The Chase, Clap- 
ham, (^K tVu( Ciir'hloT ^iiii.If.) 

ETZENSBEROER, R. & CO., Mid- 
land Grand Hotel, St. Pancras ; and 13 
Great Andrews Street, Shoe Lane, E.C. 
(&e Paeiti„n n-ar Kn.Urn Arrml,:) 

IDRIB & CO., Ascham Street, Kentish 
Town, N.W. (.>■'. a<i." U.) 

LI£BIG, BARON, Cocoa and Choco- 
late Works, 40 & 41 Bermondaey 
Street, S.B. (Siw CTqm 2.) 

UAIGNEN, P. A., 32 & 33 Great 
Tower Street, E.C. (NORMANDIN, 
SCAIGNEN & CO., Chateauneuf, 
France.) (Scr O^m. 12.) 

NORMANDIN, E., St, CO,, Chateau- 
neuf, France, (.sV^ Ou" 12.) 

8CHWEPPE, J., & CO., SI Bemera 

Street, W. (Sr-- fiiHiuin fhiUitl^.) 

80LM8, PRINCE GEORGE FRED- 
JGIRICK DE, Braunfbla, Naasau. (Lon- 
don Representative, W. KERR, 8 Lein- 
Square, Hyde Park, W.) {tke ruriliun 



mJ Ar^'. 



'.) 



Class V. 
(.South Gallety.) 
New Varieties of Food- Pood for 
Infanta, Food for Invalide, New Con- 
centrated Foods of all kinds. 

164. BAVOBY &, MOORE, 143 New 
Bond Street^ London, W.— PrepantioiiB of 
the digestive ternienls for pcptoaiiiDg (arliflci- 
ally digeatlDg) food, FcptonUing apparatas, 
DiainCectiog Vaporiaing appanttiu, ftp. 

165. HOFF. L., 28 New Bridge Street. 
Blackfiriars.— HofTs Malt Preparations. 

166. MELLIN, Q., Marlboro' Worka, 
Peckbam, 8.S.— Helliu'a Food for iufaiiU 
and invatidii. 

167. CEREALS MAHTTFACTUR. 
INO CO. (THE), 44 Great Tower Street, 
E.C.— American Breakfaat Cerwilfl, fn*d froiii 
all impnriliea, hulliil, crunhi'ii, Btenni cooked, 
and dosicouted. White Wheat, White Oat*, 
Barley, YoUow Maize. Only the wo^j bark 
baa been removed, but all tbe DonriahlDg pm- 
pertiea bsTe been retained, and the indtgestiblo 
atareh coDTt'rted into digealible lagDr to as to 
roDilor the whole palatable and eaaiTy digealcd, 
bting al«am-rookcd mid pirfeclly pure It cannol 
Inm inuBty or aoiir. 



C/ow r. {South GalUry). 



168. CRAWFORD, A. Ac SON, 20 

MUl Street, Belfast.— I ruli Com Flour. 

169. SAUUELS,!:. J., 139 Cheapside, 

E.G.— Ne* pfepiinitLim of Cueoi-SulUBCakea, 
G'lifeciii.nery, itc. 

17a MOTTKRSHEAD & CO., 7 Sx> 
change Street, MaucheBt«r. — (1) Beiigec's 
S.-lf Diirestive FwkI, (2, lituger'e PeptonUod 
IJ™r JfUj; unil (3) Licjuot Piiiiore*.lioue 
(Bongpr) fot tho tircponition of Peptaiilsoii 
or i«rtiiilly-iii){esl<!d Fooile. 

171. IfESTLE, HEBRT, 8 Snow 
aUl. E.C.— Nfatlfa Milk Food for IiifftnU 
,ua L'umloiisi'd S«L^a M.Ik, 

172. BRAND & CO., II Little Stan- 
hops Street, Maylkir, W.—fl) Ewdioi- of 
Ifeff. (3, C-inoBUiraW Boof Ten. (8) I"- 
valid TurtlH Soup. (4) Turtio Jolly. (5) 
C^lfs-foot J-'lly. (6) Beef Tc* Jelly. (7) 
BoupB for iimliilB. (8) AlbumiDoiu Kxtm^-t 
of Deef. (8) EBioTicca «f Chicken, Mutbiu 
iind Veal for inTBli.la. (10) Hatton, VmI. 
Game, and CLtckm Brotli for involtdi. (II) 
I'r<tli!il OhJRken, Ilnm, Partridge. Ac. So. (IS) 
Esstuoeor Malt. (IS) ^(oiuy Mif«t Luzeogi-'a. 

173. NEWMAN", a., 8 & 10 Railway 
Approach. Iiondon Bridgo, S.G. — Jolinmi 
ILiff-B MiiU Litt^ict uiid I'n'piiMliou. 

174. EKINB, ARTHDR K, The La- 
boratory, St Albans, Herts. — M<iltu.l 
FiirliiiiceoUB FimwI, »pecif»!ly pri'pnred fiif i: 
fanta, lu hoiiig tliu b<«t subRiituto for mollici 
uiilk. Itei]urri» Dcithi'r boiling nor otrainiug. 

[7S BARKER, THOMAS, 3 Bury 
Street, St. James', S,W.—(1) InviUid roumi 
riulsB. (3) FlulunawtistiiriodrtiakH. (3) Drown 
digTOtivebitiEuitB. '4) Yorkiud Jamiiio. (5) 
Bclford. (S) Water. (7) Mudium caplnin. 
(8) Liijlitbiikitd oaptniD. (8) Doiiblo-diick 
captain. (10) Oliirtrs. (11) Thick brown. 

176. MASON, aEORGE. 417 King's 
Boad, Chelsea, aW.— Maviufocturcr of (1) 
I':M.^DrGe of Beef. Vwl, t1iilt..ii and Cliiokeo. 
(2) CoocvDlmted Koef Ton. ifi) SavouT; Meet 
Lniennoa. (4) IiivbJ.J Turtle Soup. (6) 
'-U K" gancu mid Ilvlish. (0) UerbuoeouB 
S ttai",ing Mixture. (7) I'oilod Uam. Bo.f, and 
Toijguo. l8) Yotkahiri' ami Camp Pica, Ac. 



178. TORRANCE. W. H., 20 North 
Bruutafleld Place, Edinbtirgh. — Iltuka 
lor rnfanls aud invalidfl. 

179. BRUCE, M'INTYRE, & CO., 
l(ra Egliaton Street, Glaagow. — Oat 
Flour, Wliite und llrown. 

180. MULLER, WILLIAM (repre- 
senting THE SWISS DAIRY CO., Lu- 
cerne), 16 Abchurch Lane, E.C.— Pure 
UueweoltKiod C^ndeuBeil Milk in boioa of 4S 
J lb. th>a Bud iji caua coutaiaiuji Stj Iba. each. 



I8i. LOBFLnND Sl CO., 148* Fen- 
church Street. E.C.— (1) Matt K:i(ni('l(piire 

ll'-fUnm) (2> C.indL'n^.u.1 frvam Emalainn 
(LVnior IIr.fl.-.ila.). (3) Malt Eilniet Lo- 
lenam. (4> KiDd^rmik-i,. 

1S3. tTHLICH, B-, & MtTLLEB, 2 
Bury Street, St. Mary Axe.- Sniuphs of 
WHlckcr'i Pure Coudt-riBcl Milk. 

183. SWISS MILK CO. (THE) 
( A«ant. A. MOOS), 64 Basinghall Street, 
K.C. — Puro uuaw™ten«l lailk (EVteloeisa 
Brand) lu patent Hljiidinble sloiipered bottles. 
MilkSuu'.ira, i-o. 

184. ROBB & CO., 78 St. Martin's 
Lane, Loitdon.— lafautd' Food, Niuseiy Bla- 
7uit«. nud Nuracry lliacuit Powder. 

i8s EPPHBCHT, H., Grande Ens, 
B ei-ne, Switzerland (Agents. SCOTT 
& vrULfF, ee Leadenh&U Street, B.C.). 
— K]iprt!iht'B Foo"! (or Infants. 

186. FIRST SWISS ALPINE MILK 
EXPORTING CO., Homanshon, Swit- 
zerland.— Milk in (ina niid liottlca. 

187. KOPP'S COMPRESSED POOD 
CO., Limited, 28 Heam Street, Curt&in 
Hoad.E.C.— ConaolidHtcd Soupn, Extract of 

I M-at and Cocoa Chuluee, Chutnee 8»U0ft 
TurlK' Jelly, aud Infanta' Fuod. 

I 188. STUETZ, H., Successor to Dr. 

r MIRUS, Pharmacy of tho Court, Jens. 

i Oenuaoy (Agents, POTHS, H., Sc CO., 
4 Sugar Loaf Court, 50 Leadenhali 
Street, E.C,)— I^iibe-Iti^aentliarB liapruT«l 
Mfat S«loii,).i. 

i8q. KREOCHYLE COMPANY 

(THE). Birkbeck Road, Leytoustone, E. 
(Agent, T. VIHCBNT KIORDAN, 1 
Whiteloy Road, Upper Norwood, B.E.) 
— Liquid Heat. A food for invaliila and inbntJ 
conlniuiog, in addition to other mint estntc- 
livca, the wbolo of tlio eolnble albuinoQ of ibe 
most in an uncoagulaled and easily drgcatible 



190a. LORIMER & CO., Hargntve 
Boad, Junotion Road, N. — W w ThbIhIuu 
Cod Liver Oil. Extraot of Mull, and Cbemiml 
Food. 

BRAND. H. W., Limited, Tere 
Street, Oxford Street, W, {&« CToo 3.) 

EDMUNDS, JOSEPH, 10 Btone- 
fleld Terrace, Liverpool Road, N. (&« 
ci-uM a.) 

GRANT, ALKXANDEB, 148 Ox- 
ford Street, W. {.Sir. a,i>t Z) 

KAY BROTHERS, Stockport. (£m 
ChutH.) 

LIEBIG. BABON, Cocoa and 
Chocolate Works, 40 ajid 41 Bermond- 
sey Street, a.E. {See Clan 2-) 



2M 



BCOTT. A. 4c B., Olaagow; and 
iMndon. (,Sfe Clan 2.) 

BEAUT, JOHN, 55 & 57 Coonaught 
Street, Hyde Park Square, Iiondon. 



Class VI. 

(South GalUry.) 

Cookery Practically Demonstrated. 

Economical Cooking, Workmen's and 

other Kitchens, Cheap RestatirantB, 

Bokeriea, CalSe, Foreign Cookery, Jtc. 

BAENETT ft FOSTER, Niagara 

"Vrorka, Sfl Eagle Wharf Road, N. (Set 

atnrhinrry in Motion. Tlrdn-n (ialUr]/.) 

BENTTAM & SON, 50 Wigmowi 
Street, W. (See Hun 20,) 



„ - . -. any degree 

flneneeB, ami by mftoly turuiag a tbamb- 
sFTcw e&a be opened and Ibe oulton removed 
in H minute. (8) Tbo "KpHlir" Extract of 
Mult IB free from alcohol. (4) The "Kopler" 
Cod Liver Oil, with or without Eitract of 
Malt. (6) TLe ■• Kepler ' Extraot of Halt in 
combination with pepsin, witli I 



cal food, «Hb pbogphorna, with hnps, 

I Iron and qoiniiie, «iUi 

boof and iron, Ao. (8) Tbo "KBpler" Food 



viib obooolate, witb i 



High Holbom, W.C.— fl) MinoM^ipea and 

AppamtuB. (2) Watiwn'H Pnti-nt Mochanicul 
Htase for microscopes. (8) Wataon'a Rotating 
ObjMt-holiiors for romly pompnriiion of eamples 
uniler iriveslifjatioti, (i) CollBetiun of Micro- 
Bpopio Obj(«ts for onalytioal coroparisooa. (B) 
SjujctroBcopeB, IjiclometcrB, Cream Ttuleri, 
HyclroiDfton, Saocbaiomelt^rB. Ao. 



CONSTAHTINB, T. J., 18-20 Nor- 
man's Buildings, St. Luke's, E.C. (Set 

Claa 20.) 

UARSHALIi, J.. 442 Strand, W.C., 
4e 182 Earl'a Court Road, Kenelngton. 
(^ed Mnddntry in Al'ilina. Bnkrriet.) 



197. KNIGHT, JOHN, & SONS, 
Silvertown Soapworka and Oil HtUa, 
Victoria Docks, London, E.— Cotton Seed 
Oil and Oleo-iliirpiriue. 

198. OBIFFIN, JOHN L, Se SONS, 
33 Qarrick Street, Covent Oarden.— 
Testa for Analyzing Foml, Ac. 



Class VII. 
(Suull, Gailny.) 
The Chemistry and Physiology of Pood 
and Drink. The Detection of Adulta- 
ratlon. Materials used aa Adulterants, 
Analyses, Pood Constituents and 
Equivalents, Tables, Diagrams, &e. 

101. SCIENCE & AHT DEPART- 
MENT, South Ker>sington,— 11 luatru lions 
of tlie Cb..niiBlry and I'liysioloay of Foo.i. From 
the Food Collection in thu Braneb Muwiuid, 
Buthnal Green. 

192. LONO, JOSEPH, 20 Idttle Tower 
Street, aC— HydroLiiclcrand Sacchnromeler. 

193. CARPENTER, H. S. & NI- 
CHOLSON, W, 0., 32 Holbom Viaduct, 
E.C.— Melh-d for Twliug WaUr. 

194. BURROnOHS, WELLCOHO: & 
CO., Snow Hill BuUdings, London, 
E.C.— '1) The "BurrouKhB" Bwf ni,d Iron- 
Wine, with and wilhnut quinine. (2) The 

vol.. XVIII. 



aoo, BOLTON Ac PARTNERS, Limi- 
ted. 4 The Sanctuary, Weatmlnater, 
aw.-<l) Beet Se<Hi. (2) Beet Eoofa. (3) 
Difterent Qunliliea of Bout Sugar. (4) Bcel 
MoIbrbph. (6) SuRur, extraoltd from niolaisea 
b^ Btrontin. (8) Samplea of Stronlia in 
diflorenl Btugca: Bulpbale, carbonate and fay- 
drato, and otiier matters oonnocted with tbo 
manufncture of beet augnr. 

aoi. PULLWOOD, R. J., & BLAND, 
31 Berenden Street. Hoiton, London. 
— Annalto for colouring cbuew,, bultcr, ic 

202. PARKE8 MUSEUM OP HY- 
GIENE, 74a Margaret Street, Regent 
Street, W.— 11 lusl ratio na of the ChemiBtry 
and Pbj-Biology of Food and Nntrition, with 
indications of the BUbjeotB emhracod, arronee- 
mantB adopted, and ■ppliaocei used at tbat 

203- 80CIETT OP PUBLIC ANA- 
LYSTS <0. W. WIGNEH, President).— 

1,1) Miilenals ii«yi a» A.liiltemnts of urticleg 
of f'»d, (2) Adultemted artirJeB romnionly 
sold in thii oountry. (3) Adulterutiona whicb 
bttTB l»e<>n Buppri^Bieil. (4) Adulternttnna pnio- 
Uatd abrood. {6> Admixtures gonerolly iiro- 
trcted by bibolling. 



Class VII 1. 

(South aallery.} 

Diseases due to Unwholesome and 

Improper Food. Dra^vingB and 

Models of Animal and Vegetable 

Parasites, &c. 

304. GOBBOIiD, T. a, M.D., T.R.B., 
74 Portadown Road, W.— Drawinga "I 
r>r;i Biles and i'araeiUo Diseani's: — (1) Tiicliina 
Biid TriiihinoeiB. (3) Liitin Panuilia, rfestruc- 
tire to ihet^p. (3) Beef MwHlrR and tlic Bier 
tapeworm. (4) Hydatids and the Hydatid 
running tapewc>rm. (S) Tbe Lin^r Fluke, 
wliiph prodooc* "rot." (8) Varioiu Kliikee of 
BDimals and mun. 

■' WEINLAUBE " (ADMINISTHA- 
TION OP THE) KlOBtemeuburg, near 
Vienna ; London OfQce and Cellar, 
60 Lime Street, E.G. (Usnager, OTTO 
HOCHBBUNN). (&» Clou 4.) 



Cl..^ 



IX. 



(South GalUry.) 

Practical Dietetics. Army and Ifavy 

Hationa, Prison and Workhouse Diet, 

Foreign Dietaries, Sio. 

305. CUNTjIPPE-OWEN. SIR 

PHltlP, K.C.M.a„ C.B.. G.I.E.— Coffeu 

Stall and Cnff.---umkin;; A|i|iaratua. 

ao6. HULETTS. K O., 25 Bettorton 
Street, Bloomabury. — Cimtwii for Armj, 
Nasy. CycliBlB, or Touriata, wntiiiHfl tlie uew 
coniiireBBud food aiirtlcienl for two ilaya' nitiouB. 

HOIH, J., & SON. Limited. 148 
LeadenhaU Street, E.C.— (^e Uuu !1, 113a 

PREVET, C. & CO.. late CHOLLET 
Bl CO., 134 Fenohurch Street, KG. (^r 
Chut 2.) 

C[.AS9 X. 
(Smith GaOrrf/.) 

Publications and Literature, Models 
and Diagrams relating to Oroup 1, 
SUTTON & SONS, Royal Berkshire 

Seed Establishment, Reading.— ({utlon's 

tiew work on tbe (culture of rpgttablea and 
Jlnwere. iHuetniling animal and vegetable para- 
ailcd, (St.- Libn.nj.^ 

COOK, R.. & KAMMOND, W. H. C, 
Broadway House, Westniinstor (Lon- 
don Sea Water Supply).— Mji[) ohowing 
line of coiiiluit fi>r Buj^ply of sea water from 
Luneing to London, nud moile of ilintribution 
and locnlitles. (On Wall in Bakr-rU:) 

•• WEINLAUBE " (ADMINISTRA- 
TION OF THE) Elosteraeuburg, near 
Viwtna : iKindon Office and Cellar. 



Class XI. 
(South GalUn/.) 
Apparatus and ProcessaB Tor Conserv- 
ing, Storing, Conveying and Dis- 
tributing Freeh Food of all kinds. 
207. SELP-OPBMTNGTINBOXCO., 
19 Kirby Street, London, E.C. — Tin 

U.^'ies. 

zo8. ICIPLE MANUPACTlTHtN O 
CO., 90 Cannon Street, E.C.— (1) leiple, 
B substitute for Ice. kooping in freeh condition 
meat, fleh, or nny oilier ptoiltioD. (3) Infuit'i 
Pood, s anbstitute Sat motbers' milk. (3) In- 
valid:.' Pood, an agreeable substitute for ood 
liver oil. (4) Bslmii, s haniile«8 and painlew 
(lowder: will immediateJ j arreet decompoititioii 
in amputatioi), healing wounds, &c (6) jor- 
dana, s toilut powder. (6) BUnoa, a tootJi 
I'Owdcr compnuoded on tlie moat acientiGo 
principle. (7) Insect Powder, duatmys all 
obnoiioua inswta. (8) Muerjuito PJniii. pn> 
vents the appronoh of nioHjiiitoca end fliea. 

ao» D . H. SHTTTTLEWOSTH - 
BROWN, e Huggin Lane, Queen Vic- 
toria Street, London. "5.0.— <1) Smoker's 
Coffpo Jug. olarifles by preeipilaUon. infow^ 
without losing the aroma, and keeps the 
cx>frpe bot. (2) Smoker's CuiTee Mnber for 
public liunscs. (8) Smokcm T(»-kettIe for 
i;u«-atoves. lie., ptcvents condt^neatiiD of oqn^ 
ous vapour, and has eeveral pnctical advan- 
taged. (4) Smoker's Bnttor-rooler for tiible 
UBe. {6) Smoker's Canirtf'rs for the Parcrels 
Po«t.and^oraroIDatiC8ub^taac(« (6) Smoker's 
Cowl for stutfy chambon^ und smokv chiuiucys. 

VIDEB, JAMES, & SON. Pan- 
tin Glass Works (Sole Agent, C.MELIN, 
37 Crutohed Friars, EG.). — Svphons. 
Sollzogijuu. B..ttl.'ii. and Ulasa ware. Fa'tentees 
of the ■' Oclu^nul " Sypiiou. 

211. STIFF, JAMES, & SONS, Lon- 
don Pottery, Lambeth, S.E.— <1) Jars for 
wines, spirits, or biier. (S) Ai'id Tapo, Air- 
tight Covenid Jars, and othrr eoveied jam lor 
domestic purposes. 

212. BOWRLNa, HETTHy. Dorset 
Soda Water Works, Bond Street. Wey- 
mouth.— AL'nit.d WiiUra of various kinds. 

213. EDMUNDS. JAMES, 23 Soatb- 
ampton Buildings, Chancery Xiane, 
London. — Manufuotuter of tlio " Ne Flos 
Ultra'' FeediDB Bottle. iovcDlcd nod patented 
by Mr. E. O. Ddy, Assistant Surgeon te Uie 
Koyal Hospital for Women and Childten, 
Loudon. Ths imptovements in ibis feedine 
bottle aousiat of, amongot Others, s st«]>pcr and 
tubefiiim^ in one piece of non-collapHiblbindia- 
rubber.snd a vent bole in the neok of the bottle. 

214. RILEY, CHARLES, ft CO.. 
liBLnKVej TjOiifi, VauxhaU, S.W.— Feeding 



«JX7'mo Street. B.C. (Manager, OTTO IBnVttuH iivWi TfeWfegtiv;* ^^MnA. a^^. 
SOCSBBUNN), (Sec 6'?um 4.) \ Fi0.v>KB, 



315- CHERVAT, W, J., 43 Bentlej 
Boad, Kinssland Bood, N.— Mnlt'U of 
Druwen' Cuki, luiulu from Meuit-I Oak to n 
BTuIr of ciue pint to • burel. Tbfj are inn Ic 
tbi> ibape, and oomposed of Iho tame DujubiT 
of tUvea, piwoB of lieodisg and boopa, as tlie 
cMka the; reprvMiDt 

316. TLESONa, a., 128 Strand, W. 
—Air-tight KDi] I>Tpk Oitkii, l.y wbieh unj 
bottle, large or email, ciku b<< Hsfrly louked aud 
kept pcrfecllir nir-tigbt. 

eOWERBY, ELLISON, & CO.. Glass 
Works. Oateahead ; Be 6 Coleman Street, 

E.C. (Sc.a.,s>i-z.) 

BAHITETT & FOSTER, Niagara 
Worke. Eagle Wliarf Road, N, (.Sr* 

Mwhi-^ry in J/nffon, W,tUn, Galley.) 

COMMITTEE OP IMPORTBBfl OF 
AUSTRALASIAN FROZEN MUT- 
TON (THE). {S,-e. MaMurry in Mulion, 
H'r^t'Tii Aimrre.) 

HALL, J. & a, Dartford Iron 
Workfl, Kent; 33 St. Swithin's Lana, 
RC. — iS^ Marhiwrji in Motion, irrnfrrn 
Aniu-Jt.) 

KA BLAM FOUNURY & ENOIN- 
EERINO CO., Limited (THE), Derby. 

{See Mwhiatry in MaUon, Wettrrn Aim<\Le.) 

LAWltENCE & CO., Limited, 23 St, 
Mary Axe, E.C.- t^See M'lfliitury •'" ^"''"'•. 
HV»(rni Ari..™-.) 

LONDON aUBLFH PATENT 
CASK CO., Limited (THE), 18 Boer 
Lane, B.C. {See Machin-ry in Muli.-u. ffV.fTn 
Amit-ie.) 

PISTON FREEZING MACHISE 
ft ICE CO.. 301 & 303 Oxfbrd Street. 

W. (Set M„ehi»try in Motion, n^itern Gul- 

RAMSEY. WILLIAM, FarringdoD 
Olaaa Worka, B.C. (An (.7'i« 21.) 

WHITELBY, WILLIAM. Wort- 
boume Grove, W. (See Machlnen/ in 

Hotio,,. K■.^I^H ^NIK-M.) 

WOOLP & CO., 119 New Bond 
Street, W.— (Sw iUacAinory in Motion, Wetlem 

G<dUry.) 

Class XIl, 

[.SouU» (JnUery.) 

Maohlnery and Appllancea fbr the 

preparation of Articlaa under Group I. 

& 33 






ai7. MAIONEN. P. 
Great Tower Street, KG.— I'utent "Filli 
KipiJa," Cliwa A Mild B, for cl»rifjiBif wini's 
«piril<, beer and i:hemicaU,&Ddallotbet liquids. 
NoRMANDiN, MjiiGNesi & Co., Chateau DFuf, 

France.— 8 i^rk ling Baalerue, a apaikling 

white claret. 
S. NoBVANiiiN k Co., ChaleatuieuT. Fmiitie.— 
vnac Brandii?*. 

_ ilasTiosT ± Ci*.. Reima — Cbainpagoe 

Wine, with pattmt wire euUoi. 



ai8. MAPPIN BROS., 67 King WU- 
liam Street. E.G.; and 232 Regent 
Street, W.— CulL-ry, Klp.tro Pint.-, fte. 

219. RODGERS, JOSEPH, & SONS, 
Limited. Cutlers to Her Majesty, 6 
Norfolk Street. ShoffieliL— Culluiy. 

230. PREIST St CO., 614 Oxlord 
Street, W.-Cuik-ry, 4e. 

231. ALUMINIUM CROWNMETAIi 
CO. (Webster's Patent), 34 Leadeohall 
Street, E.G.— Cooking and driukiitg uti^mila, 
spooiiB, forkt<, BUTiitcu; Sltiuga. 

222. GERANT, EUGENE, & CO., 

138 and 141 Farringdon Road, E.C 

Improved Suda Waler Miwliioi-B, Stltzogents, 
Sypboug, FilltDR MacliLiifB, Sk.. 

333. CELLULOID CO.. 42 Newlng- 
lon Causeway, London- — tulluloid Ar- 
tidfs. Brushes. &c. 

224. HOLBHOOK, R., 1, St. John'n 
Road. South Norwood. — Eioelaiot Tin 

105. MAPPIN & WEBB, 158 to 
162 Oxford Street, W. ; and Mansion 
House Buildings, City. Factory : Royal 
Plate and Cutlery Works, Sheffield.— 
"Vrliug Silur, Klt?clro-plnto mid Cutlery. 

236, LANQTON. ROBERT, SON, & 
CO., 9 King Edward Street, Newgate 
Street, E.C. — Wroogbt Iron Enamelled 
Ware, compriaing Conking Utensils, Toilet 
Services, DumtT and Ucas Sets, Dinoor Plates 
and BowU marked) for regimental use,&aBkots 
fitted witii Uintipr Sorvioie, Military Bucket 
■■iuiec-na. 

337. LLOYD, THOMAS. & SON, 
327 Old Street, Shoreditoh, E.C.— Uukers 
.if Flour Milla and Ures-ing M-ebiuea to grind 
sud dress at tbt- aonie timu by hand, also for 
horse or steam power 1 the; divide tbe meal 
into Are [lorU. Fine Flour, Secondt. Thirds, 
Pollard, and Bran. Mills for making Whole 
Meal. Oatniiinl Mills and Dressing Machine!. 
Coffee Mill*, plain and ornumeiits]. 

238. PARKIN St MARSHALL, Tel** 
graph Works. Sheffield. — Cutlery aikd 
Elartro-pinled (iooila 

230. KENT, O., 199 High Holbora, 
W.C.— Slek-n«>m Itc^ui-iKs. 

230. DOWa. 01. ARK & CO., 49 & 47 
FriUi Street, Soho, W.— American soda 
•rater making niai'biui-s and fllterer. 

231. IDRia & CO., Ascham Street, 
Kentish Town, N.W.— £rai»l WnUrs in 
silvered sy]ibon biitLk-fl, prcpurul nith distilled 
waif r.anii ali:inlutc]y fiuu frum all metallic and 



aiX- BERTRAM. LEOPOLD B., 6 
Colville Blansions, Powis Terrace, 
Bayawater.— A new patent colundur mum.- 
pan and cook-^t Mi\«i-»L\iivi«, >.\vunSi ■sea 



a be ktmiaeA. otL 



t BKOtw^Mi -livaw. '^'i ^'^ 



»-t 



sua. STOCK. HENHY. 35 Bumaby 
Street, Chelsea.— TIi- AuUnlKikunimc ^it 

hk-lf-i'.dipnliiiK Coffee Tol, j.rovigioDiilly pn- 
tenttHl. Tlie chief iidTai]t«K):< or tliU iniLrumeDt 
it thai nn infuaioD of ooflee maj be prepared 
for the brcalcfiut-tabk with im littlu trauljle aa 
tva uow IB. 

235. SILVEK, 8. W., Sc CO.. Sun 
Court. Conihill, B.C. <Agent, T. VIN- 
CENT RIORDAN, 1 Wliiteley Eo»d, 
Upper Norwood, 8.E. — (1> Silviir'i "Camii 
Kettla anil Camp Fitu Combincil," being a mens 
tin with lulious, and having ■elf-tontained 
beating ap[Hiratii«, for io)dl«n, ■portamon, and 
tpavellew. (S) Bilrra's " Norwegian." for 
ranking aad keeping lood hot. (3) Silver's 
"Norwegian" loTBlia Companion for keeping 
beef lea, £0., hot for man; hours, without the 
nae of fire or flame ut any kind. (4) " Uoii«e- 
maid's Friend," bj which water is kept hot fur 
many buure. 

336. HORTON. J.. 38 Cheapside, RC. 
— Eloetr(v|iliiU., T.ibk' (.'iill.-ry, Ar. 

237. WALKHR & TTAT.T., Howard 
Street, Sheffield.— Coffee Apjwntliis: Him 
MiikL-n of »it I'liilip CunlilTu-Onmi'ii Cofftx* 
A|jpttratua, Ac, ; also Elect ro-plalod Qooda. 

238. HERRINQ Sc BOH. Cbertsey.— 
Slram (^^nnking Apparatus and Horse Pumping 
Eugiue, f.ir sewage or water. 

239. DU CANX, CoL Sir a p., H.E., 
K.C.B. (Surveyor Oeneral of FriBons), 
Home Of&oe, Wliitehall, aw.— (I) Mo<<<.-1 
o( CeUs in a Prison, showing method of venii- 
Intins and wanning, flttinga, Tumi lure, Sk. 
(8) Model of a Prison Batb-booH^ Latrin'S, 
and other rooms. (8) Models to illustrate dietA 
frir a prisoner nt hard lahaur on publio works, 
for paoh day of the day. (4) Hodi>ls to Illus- 
trate diets for a priaaner at Sight leixmt, eaoli 
day of tbe week. (5) 8ix Drawings, illustrating 
prison buildingi cnnslmoted by prison talHrar. 
(6) Modal of a Coll (fiiU-siie), ahowlng fnrni- 
turc. fittings, and emptoymout of a eanviet at 
hard labnnr in-doors. (This is in the Groimda 
outside, adjoining eibiblt in Main Building.) 

340. ANQLO - AMERICAN TIN 
BTImPING CO. (THE), Stourport, 
Worceeteraliire {Agent, T. VINCENT 
BIORDAN, 1 WTjitaley HowJ, Upper 
Norwood, S.E.). — <1) HeuTulras Wro^iglit 
Iron Enamnllcd Wure, w«rranted free fmni all 
i.ourious ingrediDuts. (3) St'iimlesa Tinned 
Ware, coaled with piiru tin only. 

341. OENEBAli PRINTINQ BLOCK 
CO., Limited (THEj. 63 Fleet Street, 
E.C.— Wood Blooks for printing Floor Clotb, 
Wall Paper, Calico, Vtlvol, and Bilk : and End 

(Jniin DIochB fhr Ittltchets, Cooks. &e. 



24X. 8TANOE, JOSEPH, TuiutaU 
Road, Brixtori Boad.— (1) Sugared and 
L'tiHUgiuiil Prc'fured Anii'rican Maize fur Bi»- 
euita and Dl^'estire [>.'»rrt Bon-bon. iS) In- 
fantsL' and Invalids' Kooil. (3, Machinea foi 
uiukin^ the siune, 

243. BARFOHP & PKRKLNB, En- 
gineers. Queen Street Iron Worita, 
Peterborough (Agent. T. VINCENT 
RIORDAN, 1 Whiteley Road, Upper 
Norwood, B.E). — St(.-«ni Cnokinc Api>aralus 
for rosfiting, boUing, and heating meala. Boup«, 
vcgt>tuble«, lea, Ac. in an econnmicBl, wholes 
eiime, and exiicditioDg manner. — aoitable for 
Union workhouses, prlaooa, rcatBursnta, kc. 

244. QROOM & CO., Iiiquorpond 
Street, London, EC— (1) Patent Putato 
Steamer, Itpgisterod Milk ^ucepan, Baeon 
Toaster and Dish. (S) Itej^lered titore 
Cleaner. (3) Registered Oil Can and Lamp 
FiJler. (4) Will and Dry Platform Sponge 
Bath. Brourhitis. 

245. SOWESBY, ELUBON, tt CO., 
Glass Works, Oateahead ; & 6 Oolenuul 
Street, EC- Pri'set-d (ilorii Appliancea. 

ALAND. HENR7, d£ BON. 46 Oom- 
ial Road, Lambeth. {Ste MatMaery 



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1'iU.r 



ALLEN, F., St SONS, Canal Road, 
Mile End ; & Biahopagate Street. E.C. 

{Se^ .\I„rl,m,nj hi .W»(.«.i. Wiri,-n, Gallery.) 

ARCHER, O., B Eaaex Road, laling* 

ton, N, (Svt M'xhinrry in MotioH, Wrttm 

BAKER, JOSEPH, & SONS. Kn«l- 
neers, 68 City Road, EC. (8e« Mtmhinrry 



n Moli 



I. Itahfr, 



BAHNETT & FOSTER, Niagara 
Worka, ae Eagle WTiarf Road, N, (S« 

M.<M;,nj tn Motion. (IV-lrrn C.firn,.) 

BEARE OOSNELL. A CO., 8 South- 
wark Street, 8.E (Stc M.i'-hificry in UMion. 
ire-frrri O'tlh-r.j.) 

BLAKE. WILLIAM THOIIAS. 175 
City Road. IStt Mnehinrry in Motion, ITm- 

■ r„ GaJUry.) 

BOYES, EBENEZER, Albert Boad. 

Peckhsm. {Ste Stiiehintrj/ in Motion. Wetttm 
(hiltenj.l 

BRITISH SYPHON MANTTPAO- 
TURINQ CO. (THB>. a Oreoham BuUd- 
ings, BaelnghaU Street. EC. {liea Ma- 

chinrry in J/udu/i, Wfttfrn GalUry.) 

CHRISTY. THOMAS, ft CO.. IBB 
Fennhurch Street. EC. (S« ATocAinny 



. HV. 



■«■) 



COLMAN, J. ft J., Carron Worka, 
Norwich. (&« MuMniry in tltttbn. 



Dairies {South GaUers). 



207 






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lie. 



■yO 



GENERAL PRINTING BLOCK CO. 
(THE), Limited (Manager. F. W. WIL- 
LIAMBON), 63 Fleet Street, RC. {Set 

Cliu, lU.) 

GIBBS. W. A., GilwoU Park. Ching- 

tord, Essex. (Sm MachiMri/ in Motion, 
H'ril-ru <Jnltrr^.) 

aiLLINGS, JAUES, 71 KlngB 
Road, Chalaen.— I'lijiruvud Method uf t-[u»k- 
inf SU«t. (.•>■"■ OuitiiL:) 

GLOBE MILL CO. (THE), 68, 71 
Chiawell Street, KG. (Six Mirhinrr^ in 



MM: 



llakrr 



GOUNDEY CO.. Limited, 181 Upper 
TbamoB Street, E.O, {S<r CUim 2.) 
HANCOCK. F. Si C, EngineerB, Dud - 

ley, WoroestorBliiro, (Sre Machinery in 
MM,;. Wc,lrr„ Catlcfy.-i 

HAYWAHD, TYLER & CO., 84 & 
66 WhiteeroBS Street, E.C. {,Srr Marl.i 
i„ il..,,.m. ll>.lnT G.<tler!/.) 

HUGHES, J., & SONS, 217 Great 
Dover Slroet. S,E. (Scf iW.irAijwry * 



PERKINS, B., & BON, BermondBey 
Street, S.E. <^i- Clou Jl.) 

PPLEIDBRER, PAUL, 86 Upper 
Ground Street, BlackA-iara Road, 8.E. 

■ S-.-' M,lchimTy i>, Moli.m. fliUvriVs.) 

PINK, E., St SONS, Staple Street, 
Long Lane, Boro', 8.E. (,S« Mvhiwrg 

*i Malion, Iftuffr., GitlUry.) 

RAMSEY, WILLIAM, Farringdon 
Glaea Worka, E.C. C>"« Clan 21.) 

RICHMOND & CHANDLER, South- 
all Street. Mancbester. ',!kr. Muehiittrii Vn 
•Uh... Ji.,Uti...) 

ROYLE, JOHN J., 27-38 King fitroat 
West. MaJiohester. (&Ve Mitch iniry in 
-Uion. W,'tlrr- (Util-fj.) 

SALES, POLLARD St CO., Farring- 
don Road, E.C. (Sre Miifhinen in Motion, 



iUi. 



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KENT, GEORGE, 189 301 High 
Holbom. W.C. (.Sef M'i^kinert i« Mt.li<„.. 
Hwfrrn Gallrry.) 

LEETE, EDWARDS. & NORMAN, 
BngineerB, Eusbon Works. 366 368, 
EuBton Boad, N.W. (Str bWhimnj in 
Moliofi. Wr.tfrn Gallery.) 



MOXON, JOHN, 36 Plorenoe Street, 

lelington, N. {Sir MfKhiarn in Million, 

ll*»(r ™ Galhry.) 

MUBTO, J. J., & CO., Engineers, 31 
Clinton Road, Mile End, E. (.':<« Mn- 
Mnrry .« Moliim. B.,hn...) 

NORMANDY'S PATENT MARINE 
AERATED FRESH WATER CO., 
Limited, Custom House Station. Vic- 
toria Docks. (^"tc M-iMwTjj in MUion, 

\y.,l.ru llallcTi/.) 

NYE, a. St CO.. 148 Oxford Street. 
W. I Her. Mael.i»ny in Mvlion. n'mlrrn 

OVENS, WTLLIAU & THOMAS, 
Engineera, 54 St. John Street, KC. (.^< 
Michin-ry in M<,lion, »'«f--m Culler^.) 

PBBKINB. A. M., St SON, Seaford 
Street, Gray's Inn Road, W.C. (**r Ma- 
rUnrry in .Vnfinii, Jlaktriri.) 



, M.,li 



n. UV. 



r*.) 



8PONG St CO.. 336 High Holbom, 

W.C. {.Scr M.lclitHrru in Mutiim, It'uCcrn 
G. M.,9.) 

STEVENSON ti. DAVIS, 11 Quden 
Victoria Street, E.C. (.sva MaMnera in 
.W.^i/OF.. W,^l.n,Ann,-j,.) 

BXnH KNIFE CLEANING MA- 
CHINE CO. (THE). 8 St. Swithin's 

Lane. E.C. (Ar Maciinirij in Motion, Wn- 

UNIVERSAL MIXING AND 
CHOPPING MACHINE CO., Limited, 
(THE), 11 Quoen Victoria Street, KC. 
(6>- Miichintr'j .« Motion. ir,>(,rn G-illtrr,j.) 

" WEINLAUBB " (Administration 
of ttie) Elosteraeubvirg, near Vienna; 
London Office and Cellar. 50 Iiime 
Street, KC. (Manager, OTTO HOGS' 
BRUNN> (Sft Claa 1.) ^H 



DAIRIES. 

{&>ulh GiUlery.) 

246. PURE STANDARD FOOD CO., 
la Buckingham Street, Charing Cross, 
—Dairy Apiili«ii«B. i'lav Fo-ult, Eipceuliy 
Butter BDil Milk. (Vindenwd Milk, with and 
willinat tngu, nnil other preinmtlona mode 
with milk auU duiry applianw* (lAiiry.) 

346n . EXPRESS DAIRY CO., Limited 
(T hB )- Chief Offices, Bloomsbun' 
Manaions, W.C. Branches, 373 Strand, 
W.C. ; Blackheatb Village, aR ; and 
Heath Street, Hampstead, N.W. ; Dairy 
Farm, College Farm, Finchley, N.W, 
Goat Farm, Hill Top, near Dork- 
ing.— .\ roiuplctv Wurking Dbitv, fitioJ up 



Dairiet (_S<nttk aallerf). 



uud LH|ui]ipoil ((IT fully illuntratitig tlio pio- 
duclion Hiid miuiafBcture of Duty Ptoduet*. 
(1) Uilk, tbowing Uie care t&ken in its prodoe- 
tion, nnd tnothnd of pieparutian, tmnaport and 
delivery, to ensure ita reuohing the coQBUiner 
piire end free from gernw of disease. (S) 
Cream, allowing the extraction from milk bj 
■everal Tarirtiei of Ceutrifugul CtEftm Supara- 
tora. (3) Butter, itamanDfti(^are,pre*ervBtioD, 
and packing for tiporl. (4) llie Haaufiu'turc 
of Cktrae and other Dairr Products. (6) The 
maniifactarct oF Special Dairy Prvparations for 
the u8(> of tDTalids aud childiun. (0) HndeU 
and Dmwiiiipi of Sanitary SynlomK, and Vvnti- 
lating AppliunMM neceMnry fir. and a|iplicBbIe 
tn Dairies, aud Dairy Farms. (7f Tim com- 
poBilioii of Milk and Dairy ProduPta. and the 
methods used for the deti^otion of odullerntjoii. 
The exhibit! include four breeds of Dairy 
Cattle, seTeral varieties of a<»U, ■ model of tha 
Cumtnny's Experimental Farm. Colk'gci IWoi. 
Pioclileyi t-iuch scale; t!m" Kadakod " Cn«m 
BoiHuntor, the Improvt^d UuriiQiital Beparatiir 
(both tb«e nil! bo eihibiteit for the firat time 
in iliii country), and the "De Laval " Seoarator, 
a BluiiGhard Factory Cbnm, Butter WorkKra, 
Cheese Making Applianoea, Retail Delivery 
Van, I,«borKlorj fitted up for the coinpli^te 
analyrig of Milk and Duiry Products, Draw- 
ings and Models illiulratiiig llulrying. The 
Maahinery hHS bovi] suppLi-d and Bied by 
tlie ■■ Dniry Smiply Company," Limited, of 
Museum Street, London, W.C. The Dairy was 
oreoied from the designs of A. T. Fallickji, Eaq.. 
Architect. 

247. LOM3J0N AND PROVTNCIAI. 
DAIEY COMPANY (THE) (OEOROE 
P. FULLER & JOHN I. WATT8, Pro- 
prietors). Chler London Offlees, 4 Hftl- 
kin Street West, Belgrave Square, B.W. 
Branches, Avenue Fajin, Brixton Hfll, 
Brixton, 8.W. ; St, 9 Queen's Road, Bays- 
water, W. Countvy Dairy FajTns, 
Whistloy, near Devizes, Wiltshire.— 
Clabs L Live Stock. — (1) Pedigree Shorthora 



Slilk in its natural stale ss yicWed by healthy 
and well-fed i^ws. (4) Cream in iU raw sUte. 
(S) Kgga. Selontod specinicns frum the do- 
mesticated and wild fowl as useil fur food in 
England. (6) Samples of varioiu animal. 
ve^alable, floral, fTuit, bulb, and seeil products, 
yielded on and appiieable to an Eiiglwli Dairy 
Farm. (7) Stuffed specimens of the Whistli'y 
four-liorncd Sliecp, and other animals and 
birds. (8) Various Models. Drawings, and 
lUustratiniis— including the entire bailding, 
with Internal and estcmal arrangements of 
the " lIlustiatlTe Dairy," deigned and ereoted 
by Exhibitiirs. Ci.*u IL— (8) Oread, Cakes, 
Blseuitu, pMrmboiiFie CustariU. Cheese Cakes, 
and oibnr confeotinnerv maile from milk and 
crenm und other ingreilieDts. (10) Preserved 
Fruits and Vegelables. Class IlL — (11) 
Butlers — fresh nod cured — In prints, rolls. 



tabs, and jus of voriaiu aixea. (18) C 
Cheddar, North WUtshbe. Creun, Sweet Ctird, 
•nd other ■peeimens of English moke. (13) 
Creama— Prize Clotted, Iced, Fruited, and 
other varieties. (14) Natural Ouw's Milk, in 
sealed glass bottles, for the especial uae of 
infants and invalids. (IS) Wiltshire emoke- 
dried Bacon, Bams, Chaps, Lard, Sausages, Ac 
(16) Hooey, Ac Class IV.— (17) Curds ai ' 



of the nursery and general honsebold. (SO) 
Koumiss. (31) Milk Soda. (S2) Artificial 
Human MUk. (23) Buttermilk. (24) Pep- 
tonized Milk. (S5) Whey and other bcveia^;!*. 
Class V. — (SS) Milk. — Specially prepared 
nalural cowr milk, in seali-a gloss bottlra. as 
food for infants and invalidt Clsss VII.— 
<S7) Collection ef Milk, Cream, Butter, and 
Egg Tcsliog Appaiutns, iueluding Patrnt Fet- 
eoiitage Lactometer, Hydrometer, Milk Thei^ 
momelcrs. Floating GUss Thenuometeis, Laoto- 
Thermometer. Creamumeters, The Dairyman's 
Cumptoto Milk Tester, Olaoa Testing Tubes 
and Juts, Balances, Weights and Scales, Gra- 
duated Cream Glasses, Lactobntyrometer, for 
obtaintDg eiaot lesnlts of fiil. Hicmaoope*, Egf 
Teators, Lamps, Water Baths, Gas Boiners, 
Saocbanimetcr*, Pomeloin, QUse, Tin. Ziaa, 
and Iron UlenBils, Brushes, Chemicsds, Se. 
Clam X-— (28) A Collection of Publication* 
aud Liteisture, Painting Engravings, Models, 
and Diagrams, including; modem nutl improved 
Dairv Aocouiit Books. &c, relating to Group 1. 
Clasb XL ~ (S0) Tlie rapid and complete 
Bopamti"n of the cream from the milk by 
application of centrifugal fbroe. (80> The 
separatiuu of crenm from milk by total submer- 
bIou of worm milk in cold water. (81) The 
extraction of oream from milk by ordinary Kt- 
ting. (38) The effectual and economic system 
of Ciwliiig and preserving the propertiea of 
oountry milk for tmnoit to London and other 
targu towns by means of the patent eaiullBiy 
walir refrigtrator. (33) Butter chonunK, 
making, working, printing, and moulding in 
all its branches. (34) Cheese making in all 
its details — inoluding Cheddar, Wiltshiie, 
Cream, Sweet Curd, and other established 
rarioties. (36) Cream making and moulding 
in verietj. (86) Curds and Whey, plain and 
swealened and other dairy foods and drinks. 
(87) The preservation, in perfect condition, 
for any len^h of time:, either in temperate or 
tropical regions of any requisite quantity of 
menti poultry, flsh, milk, butter, eggs, Tege- 
tubles, and other provitdons by the Patent Cold 
Dry Air Maohlne, worked by gas engine. (88) 
The preservation of dairy and other periafaable 
foods by loo Refrigerators. (38) The medi- 
cally recommendoii aBoitury moans adopted by 
the ExhitntArs osa security against ailultemtion 
and infectious contaminations for preserving, 
inveying, and distributing milk and or 



Dainet {South QaUery). 



eoiiiplate. (41) New Pntleni Milk DulivcTj 
Cut. with brass and tiu obuni, ka. (43) 
Mudul Hilk FuratDbulntoT. wilii cburn ildci 
flntDKa. (43) 8»e«l anj Tin lUilwaj Chum.. 
for con reying milk bd<1 cfeara. (44) Speoiallj 
onnBtnioted Boi, with sliclinK tmys, for Pin- 
TeTing buttor, Ac. (4S) Patent Btuc with wire 
faoldtin for the safu ooaroyance of oggi by ritil 
or road. (48) Non-injurtnua Chemical iimceiuiea 
for coDserviDg tooAt. Cl.ua XII.— (47) The 
"Otto" 8ileDt two and a half horse power Gas 
Bngiae. with conveniontly amtnt^ sharting 
for driving ail the machitiery and applianwe 
requiring motive powtir in this Dairy, (48) 
De Laval's Cream Separator, with tin milk 
receiver, &(<., wmpleto. (49). Uathaway's 
iDprnTod Prixe nerolving Bultur Barril 
Cborn. with archimedinn concnsaion dashers, 
anti-frtotion toller bearings, putenl air dis- 
charge Tal*e, metallic mouth, and all the latest 
impravements, fitted for steam or other power 
in seven sites, suitable tor nuy dairy. (60) 
Hathaway's Patent Shakes peariau -■ End-over- 
End" Butlrr Cbum. Ultod and Bnishud 
in the same way as the barrel churn. 
with archimodian ooneuision daibert and 
coaealria motion, odnpti'd for any nowi-r or 
dairy in nine siKcs. (51) The "Spnngai'ld " 
UnidTord'it Patent Botar? Butter Worker, StUd 
with fust and loose pulleys tor power. (62) 
Patent Boyal "Albany" Combined Butter 
Worker and Tablu. (63) Bradford's Ni<w 
Patent '• LitUo Albany" Batter Worker. (64) 
" Boani and EoUer" Butter Worker. (66) Im- 
proved Bevolvinr-Disa Hilk Pan Bland. (68) 
i^moa ft Toons s Double-Priie Cheeae Pnwa, 
fitted with Iron stooL (67) Catson ft Toooe's 
Sin(;le Cheese Press for small oheoset, fitted 
with iroii stooL (68) Wilkins ft Bans' Steam 
Chccaemoker, comprising strong sleam and hot- 
wal«r tio tub holding SO gallons, with ooppei 
steam or wat«r cbamWr, rotary card knives, 
brass top and strainer, brass seals of imperial 
galhiiiB, lilting platform, oval strainer with 
hnoks and giuuila, *\u»t, enrd seonn, and iiidia- 
mljbfr hose complete. (69) Wilkins ft Sons' 
I'ortable Steatn Doiler. with Funnel to the above. 
(60) Wilkins ft Sons' Champion Curd Hill. 
witli fly-wheel. (61) OhceM Vats, Hoops, fte., 
rangtnieted fur making varlons kinds of cheese. 

(62) Improved Butter Table, witli ice chambers, 
and a variety of butter prints, moulds, vats, ftc. 

(63) Speviallf oonstrncled Hand-Screw Chtese 
Press, with vats, dies, ftc, for making sweet 
euril fhoese. (64) Lawrence ft 0>.'s Patent 
Capillary Befrigetator for cooling milk and 
other liquids. (66) Rt-frigerator for preserving 
foods and drinks by the aid of tea in cloned 
chambers. (66) Carson ft Toonc's Portable 
Farm and Doiry Boiler, complete. (87) Hall's 
Patent Madera Cold-air Madliine, for preseriing 
Ibe tVeshness and natural properties id perfect 
eindition for any lengtli of time in any region, 
either on shore or on board sliip, of any quantity 
of meat, poultry, flsb. milk, bntter, eggs, ftc, 
with cold-oil ctuunber attached, fitted with 
mnvenicDt doors and windows for illustrating I 



the same. (68) Water FouuUin, with basil 
and flUiiigs for flushing drains of dairy, (66 
Ni'w and Improved Avinriea, Ooopa, Cagee, anc 
other Ponltrv Applionoes. (70) Portable Fam 
and Dairy Boiler, complete. (71) Dairy am 
Garden St^ts and Tables in variety. (72 
Iron Safe for dairy books, fta (73) Cbeee< 
and Butler Scales and Weights. (74) Chees< 
and Butter Bait. (76) Water and On-ase Pioo 
Dairy Paper. (78) Annatto and Benm-tl 
(77) (V>lleclinn of minor Utentils. Tools, fto. 
Used in and about a dairy farm. (78) Cooley'i 
Paten' Portable Creamery. (79) Improved 
and Patent Horiionta! and Vortical Jtotary end 
Oscillating Barrel Vessels and Moulds fiU 
making ieed creams. (80) White Cedar Dairy 
Tube and Keelers. (81) Butt's Improved 
Capillary Iteliigeratar. (82) I X.L. Self. 
Hangiug^ Butter Press. (68) Iteid's-and othei 
Bntter Workers. (84) Cow Uouso and othei 
fittings with modem appliances, fooilinga, and 
treatments for dairy cows in detail. (86) 
9milh ft Sons' Prixe Mcdul Clooh. fraa the 
Inlt'mati'iiial Eibibilion of 18l!2, with striUoB 
and electric apparatus. 

Z47<i. "nrELTORD «t SONS, Limited, 
Warwick Farm Dairies. Chief Offioe 
and Working Dairy, Elgin Hoad, Mciida 
Vale, W. Branchea : South Kenaiugton, 
adjoining the Metropolitan Railway 
Station ; Bays^vater : 78, Queen's Road, 
W. : Maida HUl ; 4, Warwick Place, 
N.W. Parma of 300 acroe ; The Home 
FarniB. Willesden, W.— (1) A complete 
Working Dairy, illustrative of our system, aa 
curried out at our cliief dairy, under Uie super- 
vision of Drs. B. W. Biohardson and F. A. 
Mahomed, our medical officers, the supplies 
from which are distributed to our respective 
branches for delivery iu all parts of London. 
(2) Shed of Alderaey Cows, Pen of English 
l.ioats. Pen of African Sheep. The Ctwhonse 
fittings by Messrs. Hnsgiave and Co. Floor 
composod of granite concrete and clinker 
bricks, vcnlilatlon by moveable open shutters, 
and pip<H beneath ibe fioor, thereby ensuring a 
continual current of air in circulatiou all over 
the shod, as approved by our veterinary 
staff. .1. Woodgor and H. Priestman. Esqs., 
M.B.C.V.S.L. (3) Cream separating by oen- 
ttifugal motion, showing tlie extraction of the 
orcum &om the milk ny this instantaneoua 
process. (4) Refrigerators, by Lawrence, for 
cooling the milk. (6) Cliuruing, by Taylor's 
" licoentric " and Bradfonl's " Cutswiog " 
Chuma, and Butter working reedy for the 
table, withont being louohed by hand, with 
tbe Boyal Albany Butterworkcr. (8) Danish 
Hardi^ning Boxes, for caoliug and liaideniDg 
the bntter. (7) SpocJally constructed Iron 
Hilk Stand. (6) Laboratory, with diagrams, 
-' — ^ug the microBOopienl constituents of milk, 
r aniilyst. A. Slokoa, Esq., F.A.S. (9) A 
complete Set of Appliances for Testing and 
Examining Hilk. (10) A Stand of 14 GoblcU 
sLowing tuo constituents of an imperial gallon 



of milk. (11) A Model oF tlie dniiuge aJoptHl 
ftl our chii-r dMry, tiom df«ifpta bj our Saoituj 
Eu^ueer, G. Vi^^re. Esq., A-It.LB.A., uid 
sgiprjTed by the Suiitarj AnnnuKH) Awouia- 
li<m. 

3A1>,. BRADFORD, T., «E CO., High 
Hoibom, Iiondon, W.O.— Modtl Dairy. 
which ia liuUl uf glnze<l brick*. couBisU of four 
rcxHDi. vii. — 1, Hi Ik-re -ei rill If room: 2, Builcr. 
a, Worklne rrom: njid 4, &[itk-ac(ting iwm: 
KiiiL MiU-reo-iTlug room; thli li realljr 
the entranoo to the Daity, uid ii lued for thu 
reoepliou of the milk canii ; from Ihii ve put 
into the liollcr room, which mntaini the heat- 
ing kppuatui. bj meatia of vhich U provided 
an amplu anpnly of liailiiig ««Ier for wwtiing 
and tcaldiag the dairy aloiiHila, and also luiaea 
the temperature of ' '"' 



The [ 



9 the milk-M 



'"?r 



iiilk, afUn Im ing lievnl, ia placed in 
twpnty-roui ilmlluw pant, whii-li are placed 
upon four patent Tenil*itig diao milk pan 
flluuda : thu advantaj^ of the latlcr la thai lbs 
pans can be roTolcnd nad the milk (kiuimcil 
without any diBturbBti(>e. Them is aim a 
portable arr.<iigtmoDt for aliniiiuf! the Cmlc; 
avHli'm of cruun ntialng. Tlie next Mnm is 
the working room, iu which is a Bradford's 
I'atont "Diaphragm" ohum with removable 
diuih, which renders the milleclin^ and cleani- 
inu of the chnm a very eaaj matter; there 
bL-ing: Qo fixed obatructiana in it. The hntter 
wniker is Btailfoid'i new patent " Albany 
this rolls the butter by a buokward and forward 
moyemenl. thereby ensuring not only its being 
porfertly iilmnaed. but perfectly sailed with" 
breaking the uruin of the butt«r When not 
use OS a bult«r wiirkor it con bo inuni'diately 
cnnvertod inlu a dairy tablo. In the conrn of 
lliis room is a trcnigli of sufflcient oapadly, 
litted with hot and mid wnlvr, and so arrangM 
llint besides seivlng for oidiuary wiuhing np 
aud scalding purposes, it is available for in- 



sertlng pans therein for rKiaing ur lowBdng the 

erstnre of the milk. There is no drain 

e the building. The floor is laid with an 
inotine, along which is an open eartbanWM* 
(channel, which onnvoys the dminsge inbi a 
sailable grid placed outside the Iniilding. The 
perfect ventilaltou of the Dairy is obtained in 
ttM following oaiineT; the roof is made nn the 
Cavity nrinciple. and v fitted at the top with 
one of Bradford's now " WalntM" ventilaMs. 
The hot air given off by the limiting appMato* 
risea over the false roof or ceiling, and by mn- 
fying the air in the ventilating cowl creates an 
IncreaMd current of cold air into and thmnich 
the dairy. The oooling of the dairy ia effected 
by bringing s correat of cold air thnmgh nn- 
derground eartlienwore pipes into a opntral 
ventilating chamber constructed of glated 
bricks, hating a slate top which serves as a 
table. The oooling is also assisted by a flow of 
water pasaing through tlie undeigitiund pipn 
and the ventilating oliamber, and thereby 
asaisia in (wolittg the air in ita transit. The 
flooring of tl>e diffareut room* is laid with Vic- 
toria stone and red and blue tiles. The OaiTj 
is complote with all (he moat mo>lem atenuls 
and apparatus for making and prcpariog bntler 
ftir thi! tabic ur market. 



Arbroath.— The 1> m 

hot water throughmif ' !■■ i.iTil Cir- 

culating Hat'WBlir A' I'd and 

fltU'd lip for till' ir . . I . lA Mr. 

James Koilh, Gas. II vi .>■■■! H. .tn,^- En- 
gineer. Iflodon, KdiTi'b.irdi.nliilArliroftth. (See 
also pagcfl 15U. \iM. in t'oroi'limcutary i-usi.) 

wtt. HTNPLEY. K a. 11 Queen 
Victoria Street, E.C.— Tlie raiginea and 
bollrrB nlan in eoiinectiun with Means. 
Welfori] and Bons' tlodvl Dairy are sniipUed 
by the ubove. 



k 



DRESS. 




Tiia bittory of dmsa I* for the most part n history of omameDtation. for In ^ ages, aiul ai 
nil races uf maukiud, pcisnual adornmeut rather than nserulriess aid comfort bus btion tli« 
leoiling fiatuie of its design. This Wlug Ihu caae, it is easy to imagine bow soon llie fuDiidsra 
of our race gulwtitnted, for ihe skins uf IxwatB, fsbrioa of wool, flax, or silk ; materials lliat would 
^^fttd A more reaily m an* of obtaining ornamental effect. 

^K^ Onr modem dris oomos to as from so many aources, and moiDfleil by sach varioua in- 
Btttences, that it is difltcult lo assign to it any definite origin. At the time of the Itooiau invasiun 
B ttie Britons were by lui means the halt-naked savage* that they ore often pictnre<l in the popular 
mmd. It Is true Ilie eownnin people clothed UiemseVtea moatt^ in skins, and sui-h gaimenia, 
bfiiiffatilTHodcamUnomp. wore doubllesa tiinjwn aaWo AniViift *cV«o «t<Cum,<Fv>iHi-vaaa).4 
UlnHU, or ia Iha battlviiBhL Dal the olottung ot \b« \i\^« c\m«« «»*<** ■n«*SB. tm 



Dnm. ail 

elibonit« nature. The ort« of apitising ukI woaviog cloth wore known, and Id djeiDg the 
liritiiDB were espvciullr Bkilfiil. The diatinntlTv di&t-ronce betwwu the drMS ot the Britona rhiI 
liouutDit i>r ttiia period vni that the fomot' wore diawere nndemcath the tunic, the latter 
girincut beiu); the oomnion dreei of both rocca. The short cloak which formed thu onter veit- 
lueut of the BTlloaa wu U'M oumberBome, although Uotlag the grace of the Roman toga. At 
this lime the drees of hdidoo, which continued io atibata&ce the same for eeveral centuriee, ww 
a h>ng flowinij robo, confined at the waUt, with hanging Bleeves, and a Toluminout hesd-drcoa 
oainptut«l; ooncealing the hair. 

It ia genenilly auppoaed that women ate eicluBircl; tlie votari^ of Faabion, and that the 
mnjoritj' of ciceiaea in drom have been pcipetruti-d bj their iwx ; but hislory tella us how groat 
ia this mistake. Priaitlj wrath haa been oallod forth in ail agea, and fith i«aeon, b; the 
mognifieenco ol male atlii«. The axtravagance of tbo fourleenth and fifteenth centuries was 
almost incredible ; the fops of those day* deooralcd Ihomsclves with gay colours and hung their 
clothes with belli and jungles, till it waa difBonlt to dislinguiah a kniglit from a fool. Thej 
luul points to their sboi^s of aneh lenKlh us to require a chain to fasten tb<-Ta to thokne«: 
nuotlii^r fuahiun waa Io make the sole of the tboe so broad that actnally a statute was passed 
limilLLig the width to six inches. Bhould<.'rs and sleovca of doublrta were padded, and raffs 
WL-rt' HO high tliat it must have been difllDolt fur tlis wearers to tnm their heads. But the 
uiiratagaura of this age was eiceedod hf the grotesque abguiility of that whirh followed. Mi-u 
»orutheiitmnkbineitulTed«a"That,"aBwearutoM, "over the aeats In the Parliament Houae 
tliere were certain holea, aoioe two inches square, in the walls, in which were placed posts, to 
uphiild a aoaJTold round abonC the house within, for them to sit npon who used the wearing of 
great breeches stuffed with hairlike wool aaek, which fashion being left in the eighth jrenr of 
EliMheih, tho sooffold whs taken down, and never sinoo put np." These trunk liose eomotimea 
coat £UIO,uudflnecsmbrio or lawn ahirls£IOeaoh. Thnnigh all this time the tariationa inthedress 
of womou were cxonpcinitiTely small, the eccentricities being chiefly confined to the head'dreas. 
This was at one lime eomposod of two horns, with a veil spread over them, to which wua added a 
coif fur covering the hair. After this a single horn with a long veil trailing back ftnta it waa 
worn, a faabion carried to so grrnt an oxtravagaoce by Qnecn Isabella of Bavaria that she 
had the doorways of tbo Palace at Vincermoa heightened, in order to pass through without 
stooping. 

Upon Ihe acccsaion of Eliia1>eth to the throne women began to claim an equal right wilb 
men to extravsgance of attire. The grolpsqoo female costume with the high raff, stomacher and 
fardingale are well known. One gooil fcolure of this period, bowevir, wna the abolition of the 
heavy head coverings, although the deceitful and unchan practice of wearing false hair, more 
Ihau countcrbatanced the gain in this direction. In the reign of Charles I. dress waa rich in 
tbo Hitreoiu, and was distinguished by a grace and elegance thai has perhaps neither before nor 
since been equalled. The prim drew of the Puritsu came as an ioterregnnm faelwc«n the 
rii'liDuas of the flrat Cliarlcs and the extraiagince of the second. In the reign of the latter 
wigs, at onco the most useless and ungraceful of ooTcringa, came into fashion and held their 
■way for over a hundred years. It was at this time, too, that the doublet and hose began to give 
place Io the aqnaro aUrted coat; a fit oomplement in lack ef grace and utility to the fnll- 
botlomcd wig of tlie same period. Wo have escaped the wig, but the coat yet survivea in the 
modem &ock coat, with ita flapping skirts and nngraccful outline. Although the male dress 
of to-day cannot be strictly described as either ornate or convenient, yet there are inilicationa 
that the canons of good sense are gaining ground. However, that crowning absurdity of male 
costume, the tail hat, atill halil* il* own- 
Contemporary female dress is now passing throogh a phase of absurdity. The swelling 
hump at the bock, with which women extend llieir skirts is even more ungraceful than the 
crinoline of twenty years ago. 

The Hudth Exbiliition will afford tlie public a means such sa lias never before existed of 
studying the history of British Costume. By thy disinlcrislod elorliona of Mr. Frederick Treyea, 
F.K.CB., und the Hon. Lewis 'Wiugflcild, who may tw siiid to represent nspoc lively the 
Hygienic and Artistic aspects of dfeaa, a coLection of diAYcA 6p««* Va* Nscwi. »aTosi%* 
illoitruliug thecoalnmesof male and fetnalo fignrcs nl 4vKMelA«^a.^^ao»■Mi^A*^w«&'«B»■'^»^™ 
the Cooqaeat to tbo bc^ginning of the present oi-utuiv. 



I 



That mooh reniaJiiB to be ilone to render our droaa henltlifiil need bsrdt? be said, anJ fev 
will bo toam\ Iti ijiii-ilion the importanro or the subjett ; but !□ ipile of all Fa«bioD sill alwaja 
hold its Bvikj, and the only ho{« of nubatantiBl gnin the hygifnUti caa have is, to enlist het on 
tlie side of health. Fortunately there need bo nutliing nnsightl}' in healthful attire, and one of 
the primarir objeobi of this Eiiubition will be iiu attempt to rIiov thnt a ooatume may be at the 
Hame time hj^euio and graoeFal ; indeed it iaoaly a vitialed taete noojuihed on an unnatural craTini; 
Tor notoriety, and Tnlgaroslentatiou, that giie* birth totheeitmTaKAoetsnhiiih ultimately beciHua 
the FMhi'JU. That female dresa oripnates with tlioae detoid of urtiatio feeling ia appontnt, and 
the elTnrtii that have been made within recent times to wrest tbetnipireaf fwhion from the 
hands of the milliners would have beeo crowned with greater succeai. had the artistic enthusiast* 
with whom they originated bt«n themselrea freer from the roproaeh of fantastical vanity. Thd 
va^uricfl of the ngthotus are even more ridiculous than the briiiuleei abximlilies i>f faaliion. 
It is a hopeful sign that we aee those of r«a] artialio feeling working siile by side with mon of 
high scientillo utlainment*. Wliotber a true iaieTpretaliun of nHtunil lieauty nmibined with 
gojid coramnn sense will prove an alliauco slroag eoongh to curb the sway of frivolity the 
present Exhibition may perhaps abon. 

0. Dct.-E1.L. 

May W. 1884. 



OBOnT IL— DRESa. 
(.■i-AM XIII. 



248. WATERMAN & CO., Rupert 
Street, Brintol.— (1) Hygieuio BooU uud 
HhoES, munuraeturi^d of the best maierisla on 
Annt..mi ill pridL^iplos. (2) ralenle.1 " CycliafB 
Siiries to ensure anrety in riding by thu ptevoa- 
tioo of slipping, 

249. DOWm & MARBHAU., 456 
West Strand. W.C.— Il.xiL, luid SLkhu. suited 
fuT Llie n.'r.iiHl rtate of the Tout »nd for the 
rtcuvery uf diiiturted feet. 

350. OIIiIiIOAIf & SON. Tanners, 
ReodJng and OomaliaU. — (1) The l.iun 
Btuiid Solo Leather, oak-batk tiiiined by loii)> 
proce«s; manufactured Snim stout English ox 
liirles. (2) The Lion Brand Waterpruufed 
Siilu lieather. for heavy and light boots, 
( 8) The Lion Bmnd Waterproofed Upper 
I.*'alhfr, for light walking und heevj' Gstiiiig 

iHKrtd. 

351. AXLINBON & CO., Bt. Giles' 
Tarrttoe, Morthampton.— Manufaelurerg of 
■■ Uuri-iiles " Ifcxita and Hhoes, 



253. C5ROCKETT & JOHE8, Boot 
andShoe Manufacturers, Northampton. 

—JJi-aHh Duels aiii] Pb.*a. 



I 



255. LZLI-ET & SKINNUR, Pad- 
dington areon. Xiondou, W.— (i) Boots 
Htid Biioea. (S) Tbo "Perfeol" Buots (Han- 

nilnd'a new »)»tein). light and flexible. (S) 
The "Scuiiblci" Boots, new shape made on 
hygienic principles. 

256. MARKIE, JAMIES, Wood 
Street, Pinabiuy, — (1> Markie's Putenl 
M-ital Shoo I.iiijt8, onristruc'ted «o tliat shova 
may be made to 111 perfectly elo>a roand the 
quarters. (2) l.adies'tiud Gentlemen's Biding, 
Carriage, and W'nikiug Boots and Shoes. 



258. POCOCS BROS., 285 South' 
wark Bridge Road, 8.K— (2) Bnott knd 

Slinps miiiiufarliirtd upon llygit-uic piiiiriple& 
(2) H|TL'Citiii:tiji of Boola and bhoes as Hum in 
the Middle Ago.. 

259. LUTWYCHB Se CO., Boot and 
Shoe Manufacturers (Wholesale and 
Export only), 136 High Street, Borough, 
Iiondon, S.K-Naiioleon Ventilated Water- 
proof CuvHlrjr Bi-it, Walcrpimf Crocudile-Hide 
Shnoling Bouts, Crocodile and Sergicnl-Skin 
eiippirB, Gnul Bwla, uod oilier Spetialitda 



fi.r the b< 



arkuls. 



260. BLE?rCHI.Y, HEMBY, 11 

Northgate Street, Olouceater.^Bnots and 

flliwa, La«la, tuiil I'laster Casts. 



ObM Xin, (EaM Quadrant). 



Iwliea' Ujgitmic B'lalt and Slioe^, to Inno aod 
button. (S) Oenlkuioii'M D<h>U nnd 81i<«b □ 
every desoriptiuo. (3) CLildren's Hoots uxd 
Hh Det- 
ail. BRANCH, JOHN, 87 BeUmal 
Green Rood, iKiadon. — (1) BtoU and 
Sli(ie«. C3j I'"ti;iito.l uud KiKipterod " Ite- 

263. LANAOAN. FBAKCIS, 9 
Brovmlow Btreet, Bedford Row, W.C— 

BciotB, SIoil. li, &r.. illiMtrftting Ihc rutlonul nad 
imitii'iuil |irinci|il«a of Lout miikiui;. 

364. HALL, WILLIAJf , SB Edgwara 
Road.— lioou and Sliu<.*« uf Nunuiil Utwigu, 
roaile liy Ijiiiid, 

265. FITZ OERALI). FRANCES. 
MI^, Valentia lelond, Ireland.— J erHyi 

and otlii^r artioliii hiiiltid b; liiiib |)caiiHiiU. 



aOij. WALKER. MATTHEW. Dun- 
stable.— Mniw HtitB and ItoDni'U, aad Slnw 
Uul Suwing Macli[iic. 

368. LINCOIJ!I,BEHBBTT3£C0..1. 
S, & 3, SackviUe Street, and 40, Picca- 
dilly, London, W. Manufactory, sa, 
24. & as Nelson Square. & 10 & 20, 
Charlotte Street, iJlocklVlBrB Road, B.E 
—Silk and tVU IluU in vdiiety. Tvh-m1 Hst«. 
Cipe, J,'!*., Tur ull climates, wiih a dUjilaj 01 
Hutft ill all stik^M of niatinlacture umJ si'-'oi- 
luvua of llie matcriaU of ttlitcb tliey are luadB. 



270. COOPER, CORAH. St BONB. 

St. Margarel'B Works. Leieeator. — (J 
l4V'lii'o' mid Childreu'" Jcrei'j SixwiulitiL-B. (2) 

271. BECK, LOUISA. 24 Connaught 
Street, Hyde Park.— lljgi.nlo Unua with 
Divided Skirt. 



374. JAY, W. C, & CO., 243 Regent 
Street, W.— Mnuniinj; Coatumes, Blank Silka, 
CrQi**a, lUllmiT)-, MnDtk'd, Jet 



376. BAMILTON & CO., Limited, 
Co-operative Shirt and DroBsniakers, 

326 RcKent Street (comer of Mortimer 
Street), late of 27 Mortimer Street.— (1> 
Arliatio CosIiiiutB, diwignod wiLh ref.rence to 
oiiinfort in wear, and adiiptal to uiodtni re- 
quircmenti. (2) Divided Dreea, (or «Ulleti<'< 
ur nnlinury mean, indintiDgiliBlinlile from or- 
dinarj akirta. 



37S. UTDDLETON, JONES, & CO., 
e Chorlton Street, Manchester. — Bote 
iiiBnufsplurcrBof rlic " Sand rinfihnni," "Falcon," 
iind " liuau Ideul " Vi'lveleeus. 

279. RATIOKAI, DRESS SOCIETY 
{President. VISCOUHTE88 HARBER- 
TON). Depot, 23 Mortimer Street, W.— 

(1) Several Varioliea of Out'KltioT aod Evenitia 
Irt'FUea witli Divided Skirtj, for ladies aua 

liildreo. (2) Mn. UiBliop'a Bocky Huuntain 

■ra veiling CuBliune. 

280. WESTLANDS, LATDLAW, ft 
CO., 8 Howard Street. Olasgow; and 138 
Aldersgate Street, KC. — llata aud Cups. 

282. LEWIS, WILLIAM, 13 Cheap- 
eide, KC— (1) (iciitleiueii'i Pure Malaral 
Urev Woul Uudtrrlottiitig. (3) Neat, Briglit. 
..lid' Pure Spun SUk Ond^rcl', thing. (3) 
SpccimeiuofSilkBoae.llpwiu'daoflUUrtKraold. 

383. FARMER & ROOEBS, 117 

Regent Street, W.—(l) Japaume FignreB in 
Nutiouid Coetiiiue. (2) Cliint^ae Embroidenid 
|{..>t«B. (3) ludiiiD Cwlimuru Rliaola. 

384. PFEIFFER, EMILY, HB8„ 
Mayfleld, West Hill, Putney.— Dreaa for 
n.<K]i>rii uao Hd>.i>I.'d from IIib Uteek. <&e 

285. BUCKINOHAM & CHAND08, 
DUKE OF. Stowe House, Buckingham. 

—(1) Ci.llcfli'>ii "f Sp«imi-us of BuckiDgham 
Luce, foruiid in IMM. (2) l.uee Suirf, uuido 
in 1H51. (3) LIU.-0 DriM. Tjiridt-ii. iSOl. (4j 
Colleelioiiof Law. prv>,.|,l .iiiiKi.-, 5i I'.niit Laco 
Handkerebipf, and n u„i|.„i, l..,:v ll.nidkar- 
pUiof made in the Intirri.ainniil !l. .dlli Kxhibi- 
tiou. (6) Design for I. I'l.iut l.r<iiiri.i l.iice Smrf. 
being wade for the Duki' uf Buikiughain and 
Cliiiniloa. (7) Piiolognipli of a Lave Ktoaneo 
made in ISSa, in tbu manufacture of which OM 
boUrins were lueil. 

s8Sn. ROBINSOB', PETEB, Oxford 
Street and Regent Street— <1) Hand- 

b-rfhitfa made ut the luiertialioiial Health 
KxliibititiD. (3) Dt'niKnB ol I.bc- and Flounce 
lo be niadfl for iiim by R, Vionire- (Th» Buck- 
iii^liiimuliici^ Litce Wiirkers to be acva dully at 

work.) 

286. HONITON LACE MAKING 
CO. (THE), Exhibited by MARSHALL 
Sc SNELaROVE, 334-338 Oxfbrd 
Street. W. — ^pecinieDB of Ancient and Mo- 
dem UontloQ Laeo und Lace Making. The 
ait of making Honiton Lace waa first intrfv 
duoed into Drvonshire by d rl.uu Flcmin:;8 
wbo biok refuge ia Eaglaud during tfae tiU- 
giotii puruecutionB in Flundon in the us- 
teciith cenlniy. Since tben the maki^^ o^ 



GhaXTV. 



(X5^3uMraS>T 



l.uoo lina given cni(iloyiiient U> tiioiiy n-otae 
mid chiUlren; lu the foar 1851 from T.OUU I 
t!>,OUU Wire BO employcil; al tlie preseut timt 
lu.wevcr, n<.t mote tlma »U0 la 400 ar 
emplojtd. 



388. MAUN, TTKWTtY, SOU", & CO., 

Manchester.— " Tliu Nonpareil VelvetecD " 



aoo. DONEGAL INDnSTRlAL 

COMMITTEE, 3S Wimpole Btroot, W. 
— Ivriittiii^ uDil Weaving hj Imiid, SpfcimCiiA. 

a9t. HENRY DtTNKLEY, 13 and IB 
Buckingham Palace Road, 8.W.— (1) 

Bonis and Clicica mndi' upon hygienic principliB, 
lumd sewu. (8) Uilitiuy, lluating, lUciug, 
flailing, and slinoliiig booU, Ui^l'Iaiid brogues, 
and Livery Top Boots. (8) Tlie ■' Patented 
Honnted Hervioe Bootn." us adopted by the 
Moniited Rifles. (4) Lodii's' WslkiD^ an.) 
Dretis Boots iind ^Iioes. (6) Children's Boots 
mnde vBpwiulljr to support wcnk unklua, 

393. OSTERODE PL ANNUL Co., 86 
Cannon Street, B.C.— Artii-les of "lotltiii« 
iiiiulc tuiiu (Islern-le Flarinnl, iiud willtti^tioo of 
Ieggiu;;H uiiJ fpiitcra. 



, Netherfleld, 



I Class XIV, 

I (_Entt Qtuuirant.) 

Waterproof Clothing, India-rubber, 
Gutta-percha, Sto. 



297. CORDING, GEORGE, 135 

Regent Street ; 82 Pieeadilly ; and 231 
Strand.— I mil a- rub bi'r Clothlcig uud Invniid 
■I-Pliinces. 

298. MANDLEBERQ, J., & CO.. 
Pat«nteeB and ManuiacturerH, 14 to 22 
Tbomoa Street, and 68 Bigh Street, 
Uancheat«r. London Warehouse, W 
Cannon Street, E.C. ; and at Glasgow 
and Dublin.— (1) Waterproof Garmeul*, com- 

f'tisJag Laiik-s' aad Gcutlomiat'e puteutcd ven- 



tilated Waterproof Cloaks and Coati, domeatio 
articles, fto. (2) Waterpioor OnimpntB, veati- 
iHtod. specially prepared for eitrenie oliiustea. 

(S) WHterproof DreM, ventilated, for sport, 
bunting, &c. 

399. SLAZENGER tt SONS, 66 
Cannon Street, London.— (1) Waterproof 

finnuenu. (3) Air Wiiler Bods and CushioDS. 

300. SWAN & EDGAR, Regent 
Street ; and Piccadilly, London.— tiua- 

samer Waterproof Clothing. 

301. THE WAHNERIZING CO. Iii- 
mited. Old Ford, K-Bj Royal letters 

I'lilent, Oiiilbirg, Dtapery of evpry doacripljon, 
from Iho moi^t delicate materiuk, vhite or 
coloured salin, velvet, ailk, lace, fto., to the 
hesvloet brond elolbs and tneeds, rendered 
water ro|>ollant and innapablc of injuiT from 
rain or dampness, also picvonting mnths and 
mildew, without BSei*ting the original ralour or 
flnish. Boots and slinex, when trMted, knep 
the feet dry and wnnn in the wettest gram, a 
moiit important preservative to health and pro- 
t«rtii>D from eold, itc, SHil.«]oth, bunting, ntid 
llBhlng Dcjts modo rot proof. 

30a. BILVER,8.W.,&CO.,8un Court, 
Comhill, E.C. (Agent, T, VTNCENT 
RIORDAN. 1 Whiteley Road, Upper 

Norwood.)— .(1) Silver's Original Ventiluting 
Waterproof Coat, also with twtnt improve- 
meuts. (31 Tbe "Transvaal." with Silver's 
Patent India Rubber Steel Plate for protecting 
the shoulder fr^m recoil. (8) Bille with &U< 
vcr's Patent Ebontle (India Rubber} Hand 
Onard,fornentrali£ing theeS'eotitnf tbe Heated 
Barrel. (4) Silver's "Eeglna'' HaniiDoek for 
keeping tbe body off the ground w ben omnping 



Waterprouf Ventilating Cope Sleeve Ponebc 
Coat for walking, lidtng, cycling Knd driving; 
aifa fitted as a ground sheet for bivonao. (8} 
Onlinary Coat mth Cape Sleeves. (8) VhMo- 



graphg and Drawings s 






ANDERSON, 37 Queen Victori; 
E.C. — (1) Waterproof IJaruients of every de- 
scription, thoruagbly ventilated for walking, 
flshing, shooting, driving, yachting, riding, 
bicycling, osmping. louring, and gonetal wear- 
(3) The Waterproof " Health " Coat, invented 
specially for the I. H. E, (S) The Waterproof 
Poncho for the Bruii la and other tropical coun- 
tries. (4) Tbe Wat>'rpro(if"B'ichland Jacket* 
for flahing and shooting. ( B) Woterproof Gar- 
ments of every duscriptioti for ladies, girls and 



^jCn. (SmJ timi^a^. 



I 



307. EOTAIi BTTBBEB Co., Rich 
moad Road, Bamabury. — India ruiibLi 
gmlscsiHviall}- lot liuiits. 



Ci^ss XV. 
{Rut Quadraat.) 



309. INTEBNATIOHAL FUR 

BTOR£, Fur and Skin Herchante, 
Wliolesale and Retail (T. S. J AT, 
Hannger), 163 Regent Street, W.— Fm 
litimiHiila aiiilBkiDB. Tb« Vpotilatiiig BetJakin 
Jooki't. Tho Hycoian Pulont. The "Im- 
pt'netrablo," n petti-ot cheat |<ratectinfc cape, 
and fui-lioed rlunhs tHuubiaiug great wanntli 
witli titremo ligLtnces. 

311. FAULia ft CO., 11 Old Bond 
Street, W. — Fun. Speoiolitiea, Dolmana, 
Hlld " ViaitOB." 



Fli'uatPH. liiH} Is, SlnckiuRa, OtoTci, Huffs, Jto. 
with maj-cifctiG uin.li.ince*. 

313. COBTJRN, R. C, 7 HoUoway 
Head, Birmingham.— CupoH. Hnts, Klulfa, 

fti... niiidi. of Fealhera. U.imiur, Fin-, aiiif 
Uiind ScrecTis, the deeigui worked enli/cly ia 

314. ELLWOOD, J., & SONS, 34 
Great Charlotte Street, BlaokfHars 
Road, Irf)ndon.— Sole loroiito™, I'aloiitoeit, 
and Munufjicturera of tho Atr-Cburabur Unl fur 
In^liii. Variuus rurma of HimlHtrees luaile ou 
thiir Air.r.Laiiihcr priiici[)lc, im erporled to 
In.!m Bud otlitr Ttoiiiuttl oout.triea. 

31S BRADFORD MANTJFACTDR- 
mo CO., Bradlbrd, Yorkahire.-<i) 
Dreas fabrics rU W0..I. (2) DrtaB Fab^iI1^ 
W<«il utid Cotton. (3) DfMB Fabrics Wool, 
Cotton, and Silk. (*) The Colebreted " Cen- 
tury" CMlunoreB. 

316. SOUERTEIiL BROa, East 
Quadrant, Notherfield, Kendal, Cum- 
berland.— (1) Nlllurul l).fltB. Ift'lii's' Bll'l 
childrunV, approved by the LuiliiV Siinilary 
AnBocittlion : also geutleroen's. (2) Waleriirotif 
■' K ■' Boot!, tor shooting, Bshing, and waliini;, 
(S) City Boots, made with anhyilroua wnlor- 
proof eolM. (4) AnhydrouB Wnterproof Luithor. 



317. THRESHER Si OIJltrNT. next 
door to BomefBat Houae, Strand, W.C.— 

(;™ilomcij'BlnrfittGauzi.UiidiTc]nll)ing. Kaab 
mir |a Buhstiluta f.jr fljuine]), lu.iia Tweed 
and Juogra Clotb (impervioua to Spear graae). 

318. HARRIS, JONES ft Co., S66 ft 
287 Oxford Street, W.— Troiiical Snila and 
Fiir-triinmi.a Suils. 

MAMPLEBERQ. J. ft Co., Fatenteee 
and Uanufacturera, 14 to 2& Thomas 
Street, and 69 High Street, MELnaheater. 
Iiondon Warehouse, 20 Cannon Street, 
E.O. ; and at Glasgow tind Dublin. 



Class XYI. ^H 

{Eail Qiutdrnta.) ^H 

Dreea for Sport, Hunting Suits, fte. 
319. ROBINSON, PETER, 316 Ox- 
ford Street, W.— Boja lijiuiinalio Suits, 
.terwy CoatuoiRs, BnatinganciCrioke^Dg Buita, 
UuntiDK Suilo, Tmiiia ati't Footbidl Suita, Jer- 
aey Suita suitable fur Atliletica, Bioyctlng and 
Tricycling Suita. Begulntion "Hsu o' War" 
8uiti, Girls' easy loose-fitting Walldug 8uiC«. 

330. GOODMAN, J. T. "W., 47 Albe- 
marle Street. W,--<1) A Lady's Cjoling 
and ^Valkin^ Coetuioe mmbiuud. registered 
ilesign. (3) The Ladies' 0. T. C. Coatume. 
(8 1 A Gentleman a Cloak of new design, com- 
ijiutiig lightoeai, eleganoe and general ntility. 
(4) A Shonling Suit made of tile new Khaki 
cloth, the tnnterial acloplod by tlie War OtBio 



oops 



321. WORTH et Cie., Court Dress- 
makers and Corsetiers, 134 New Bond 
Street, London. W. ; 16 Sloane Street, 
8.W. ; and 74 King's Road, Brighton.- - 

Various Drt-ssps. 

323. HOWEUi, JAUES, ft CO., 
lamited, 6, 7, ft B Regent Street, aW. 

— HjKiftiio and Hygroscopic Dress Fiibric, 
miuinfrictiirud to produce a suiDcicnt Hniounl of 
warniUi witli Ihc tisst weight, and potiacsBiiig 
ejiocial racilitite for nhsoqitlon of pt>rspimtinn. 
It is adapted for general wear and fur Dnsacs 
for Sport. Yachting and Traielliug. Snlnplea 
-' -lOD- ventilating nateriala Samplu of wool 
its natural state and in alagee of manufiia- 
ture. Yachting Drees made fh<m abovv fabrics. 

323. BAXTER, H. P., MRa, The 
Tower, Hampstead. — A L-id/e Cwtnme 

fur tho HiBlilauds. (^e Wrsicni QuadroHt) 

BENJAHIN. B. ft SONS, Ulster 
House, Conduit Street, W. — (Set Clou H ) 



Clatgex XVII.~XIX. (Ea»t Quadrant). 



MANDLSBERO, J.& CO., Patentees 
and MunufacturerB, 14 to 22 Thomaa 
Street, and 69 High Street. Uanoheater. 
London Warehouse, 28 Cannon Street. 
B.C. ; and at Qlosgoir and Dublin. 
{See Clou I J.) 



■ Glass XVII. 

^" (EctM Qaadranl.) 

Iiiie-eaving Dresa. Divers' Dreu. 

Fireproof Dreaa. 
325. SEXTOK, JOSEPH, Bowes 
Boad, Southgata, London, N.— <1) Lif,^ 
Saving Apparatas. (2) PBUmt CuaLiona. 
TesU, nnd Bella (3) Fabric (wliich nuiy bu 
oat fur lintnga of eanu-iuU without deetrofiiig 
its baoTvicy). (3) Patent Deck Seat fur 
ChaDDcl aad Kirer Vosscla. 



Class XVI II. 
PubllcatiotM and Iiiteratnre, Pattenis, 
Statistics, Diagrams, Uodels relating 
to Group 8. 

331. DADEGS' SANTTARY ASSO- 
CtATION' (THE!) (BCiss BOSB ADAMS. 
Secretary). 22 Bemers Street, Oxford 

Street, W. — Publiootions of the Society, 
Rxka and Tracts od Sanitarj aud Domestio 
SubJL-cU. 

333. BRANNON, MISS E. M., Hygie* 
Lodge, "Walton Naae Park, Essex.— (1) 
ModBl of Firepn«)f Uieni and Bi^ciimeiiB of 
Fireprwf Starot.e.1 Stuff. (3) Dniwing* of 
Fireiiroof and Sanitary Drt'pa. (3) Dia^rami 
illuMtrntire of the prinoiplea of IIi:althy Dreaa. 



Diviiig Anpanitufl (Iloynl Navy paltpm) flttoil 
with Tfluphones. (3) Fleiiw DiviiiK-dn 
(3) KleiiSd UruaLhiDg-diomi (for working 

338. BIHT, J. & A. W., 42 Dock 
Street, London Dooks,— Lifu-Saritig Dti^b 
Kuoynupy derived from Cork :^A» worn !•; 
I.ife-Bout Hon ; Doord of Trade and Admimlty 

gatlnrn : for PawonjterB, Buoynnoy derivcil 
■om Bludden (Klixlmll-Dirt Tatent), I.ife- 
Siiving Oilukin Coat: Bathing Drea«, Belts, 
Bod CualiiotiB; the Pnlcut Blo/l'jera acrewed in 
presB, Bhowini; them to be ulmoBt iudestructible. 

329. PATENT LIQUID CYANITB 
ca (THE) (MAKBIOTT, Manager), 33 
Uildiuay Chambers, Bi^opsgate, E.C. 

—(1) Kirc-ptifltDreas. {3} Cyanlte, a Fire, 
proof priuiiQg for Faint. Varnish. Ac, 

330. BTABTIIf,DR.JABi:BB, I7Baok- 
viUe Street, W.— H<althy Dyo.l (JIovcb and 
Stw'kiogB. Ac. Unlienllby Dyed (ilovoB, Stoek- 
inm. &e.,»lucli have produced inj iiry to Uie skin. 



The Comparative Value gf DiiTerent 
Dreas Materials for Articles of 
Clothing. 

FOSTER, JAMES, 41 Friargate. 

Preaton. {dte Madtiiiery In Motion, Wtnlern 



I 



(Kaat QlmitraiU.) 
Haobinery and Appliances fbr Ule 
paratiou of Artialoa under Group S. 



ITTEE (Preaident, __,_. 

NEST HART. Hon. Secretaries, MISS 
TAIT; MISS HABT, 38 Wimpole Street, 

W.)— Kiiitlinir, S|.inaiuK. Weaving, and Em- 
broidory by hand, as ili'iio by the peasantiy of 
iho Went (jiia»t of Donegal, imder direction of 
le Oommittfe, and from their designs and 
patteraa. Also Woollen and Silk Honery and 
other hand-made aiticle* of cloUiitig, dyed 
witli Don-poisonouB ve/etable art dyes, made 
eipreesly for tho Committee. [Sold wholesale by 
tbe Committee: end retail, in Loadoo by Hema. 
Drbenliam A Fieebody, Wi^more Street ; 
MarBhall & Bnelgrove, Oxford Street; Waaken- 
pluut, Haymorket ; and Poole t Lord, Oxford 
Street.] 

336. PAGET, H., Mount Park, 
Harrow-on -the- Hill, Middlesex.— laren- 

tino for Dwnrui i vp Embr.iiilery and Fnnay 
Work. By using Ibis applianoe. art embnndery 
may be pr»iuoed with any s — '-- - ' '- 
(See Wetiem Quadranl.) 



'ood Street, London ; & Worcester, 
Leicester, Martock. Torringlon, Brus- 
aelB. Grenoble, Paois, & Leipsic— Mann- 

fiirlurinj! of (ilovea from the skin to the 
fiuitlied glove, oraiitiuK those processes which 
the lin]it«l spare will iiot iJluw, but nbicli are 
snpplciueulud by pholographs. (&« Walern 



The following pariiouUis in ooimeotion with Measrn. Dent, Allcroft & Co.'a 
ExhibitB may not be aninteresting to vtsitora to the Intekkatiohal 

■ Health Eebibition. 

* Their business originated at Worcester in 1802, the founders being Memrs- 
John and William Dent (whose busts mny be spen in the Eihibit). Tho 
London House was opened in 1834, and Boon after became the hea-lquartera of 
the firm. The priiicipal manufactory is still at Worcester, situated on the 
loft bank of the Severn, ncnr the Cathedral. The factory has seen many 
changes; in 1645 it belongt'd to the Windsor family; the owner, Thomas, 
L'^rd Windsor, fought with Charles I. at Nastby, and on the failure of 
the King's canse, became dottpoiled of his property, and was himself impri- 
Honeil. The mansion then passed into the possession of the head of the 
Warmstrey family, who for many years had boon RegiAtrar to the Cathedral 
and Diocese of Worcester. About the year 1700 it was sold to William Evett, 
a glover, and shortly afterwards the celebrated Poroelain Works wore started in 
part of the premises : from those works wore sent the obina now so much prized by 
collectors. The manufacture of poroelain was carried on undt^r varying fcrtunea 
for more than a century, and in the year 1840 the works were amalgamated 
with tlioso of Messrs. Chamberlain & Co., and as a porcelain factory it coaled 
to exist ; it thou passed inio the hands of its preaont occupiers, and has been 
enlarged to meet the growth of the business until no room is left for further 
additiouB. 

Od the premises nearly one thoa-iand hands are employed. Uany of the 
goods ezhibit«d in their case in the Eastern Quadrant WL-re made at this fantory, 
but examples of the work of their other factories are also shown — Kid and Sudde 
gloves made in their manufMctories at Paris, Grenoble, and Brussels; Silk and 
TaSeta Gloves from their factories at London, Martock, and Torrington, and 
Woollen Knit Gloves from their Leicester works. The kid and chevretta 
leather, made up in their English and foreign manufactories, is prepared in Iho 
dressing yards at Grenoble, Fontaine, and Ottignieis near Bnissels. The 
supplies of raw skins are drawn from all parts of the Old and New Worlds; 
kid skins from Ireland, all parts of Oermany, Austria, Spain, Italy, and the finest 
from the French Dojiartmeuts of Touraine. I'oitou, Auvergne, Dauphiue, and 
the frontiers of Switzerland ; those most suitable fur the SuMe gluvcs, now bo 
much worn, are collected in the Argentine Republic ; and chevrette. or young 
goat skins, for stouter gloves, from Saxony, Bavaria, and ISohemia. Lamb skins, 
now largely used, are sent from all parts of liu-^ia in Europe, Italy, Tnrkry, 
BervJa, Spain, Asia Minor, Arabia. Persia, and South America. Sheep (kins are 
drawn from various countries in Europe, and in lar^ie quantities from the Cape 
Culuny — Cult skins from Russia — Kangaroo from Aottralia — and furs of all aorta 
f I om both hemispheres. 

The Eihibit commences with the leather when stained, but previous to this 
it undergoes many important operations, the majority of which are unsuitable 
for exhibition in this plaoe, and would have required a large amount of space. 



TUe Photograph No. 1 sbowB the interior of a dressing shed, where the work 
of iinhairing the skins takes place, the skins here shown have been soaked 
in pits of limcwalor of varions strongtlu until the hair comes easily off the skin ; 
this is done by scraping the skin with a blunt-edged knife, and then by rubbing 
the surface of the skin wilh the hand to remove the smal] hairs which remain ; 
all of those processes are shown in this pbotngrBph. The skins then undergo 
a process of fermentation which abworbs the fatty matter and cleanses them 
from all impurities, they are then put into a mixture of water, flour, yelk of 
eKgs,alnni, and suit, which is contained either in large vats or drnins, or in 
tho revolving boxes, as shown in Photograph No. 5, to he " nourished," after 
whioh they are dried in hot rooms, or in tho open air, according to the season 
and stole of tho weather. The next process, that of slaking, is the same as 
shown in the exhibit ; the skins are here drawn over a cresct-nt-shaped knife, 
and all the utiffness uaut^cd by drying is thus worked out, and the skin is made 
soft and is now what is known as whit« leather ; in this state the leather is 
kept as long as oonveuient, but rarely lesa than four or sis months, and is stored 
in large rooms kept as near as possible at an equal temperature. This rest 
allows the leather to " feed," and improves it to a very groat extent. When 
refiuired for glove-making the leather is well washed, and again soaked in 
liquor made of the yelks of eggs, varying in strength according to the weight 
of the skins. Some slight idea of the quantity of eggs used by the fij-m in 
staining only may be formed when it is known that upwards of 80 gallons of 
j-elk is used weekly in their factory at Worcester, and about the same quantity 
in each of their dressing yards; this is equal to 3,000,000 eggs per annum. 
The waehing-room at Woi'ceeter is shown in Photograph No, 2. Tho skins are 
then taken in hand by the staincrs, by whom they are laid ont on tables and 
washed down with ammonia to prepare them for colouring; this is done by 
brushing all f>arla of the skiM with a binsh dipjicd in the colour required, until 
it is equally d; ed or stained. The colour is then made fiiat with what is known 
BS a " striker," a chemical prepaintion suited to the colour, which is carefiilly 
brushed over every part of the skin. Tlie stained leather is then taken to the 
drying-rooms, and hung up till dry. Photograph No. 3 shows the men at work 
t^t the staining tables, and a portion of the staining room. 

Pliotograph No. 4 is a viow of a seclion of the building whero the dyes 
are extracted by boiling in large copiwrs the various woods used in this process. 
In the Kihibit will be seen some of the woods most largely used in the produc- 
tion of dyes — logwood, fustic, brazil, and variuus seeds whioh possess oolonring 

properties. 

The work from this point is shown in tho Exhibit : the staking or stretching 
tho skin over tho knife to remove the stiffness cnusod by drying; the doling or 
reducing the skin to an even substance with a sharp knife, by which the super- 
fluoas flesh is removed ; and then the cutting into pieces of the reqaired aixe; 
the punching or cutting the fingers, &o., by means of a punch shaped as a hand ; 
tho cutting and punching of the thumbs and fourohettes, or pieces for the sides 
of the fingers; and then the putting the vnrioiu parts together. 



9l» 

The sowing of gloves is a very important industry in the aj^icnltnral 
districts. The wurlc is ilone at tlio homes of the sowers, and colleotoil by the 
travollora and eewiog clerks, who visit Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Oxfurd- 
ahire, Devonshire, and Soinersetshira, The various sorts of sewing are shown 
in the Exhibit, and visitors can now see how many operatiuns a glove undergoes 
bufoio it is fit for wear. 

Varieties of maohine-aewing are exhibited ; this sewing is now bronght to 
a great stato of perfection, but for the best class of gloves fur ladies' wear, 
machine work is not so snilablo as tho round seam sewing done in the frame. 
The importance of this indus'ry may bo gathered from tho fact that a falling 
off in tho iinantity of any sort of sewing deprives thousands of industrious 
IMKir of many oomforta. 

In addition to the kid and other gloves already mentioned, Messrs. Dent, 
ALu;iu>rr, & Co. manufacture roal and imitation Buck and Doo Gloves. This 
U'tither is without doult the first which was osed for glove making. Specimens 
of all sorts will be found in tho case in the £a^te^n Quadrant. Attention is 
bImo called to the Patent Clasp Fastenor, which they introduced, and which has 
proved a most simple and effective fastening. The machine used for fixing the 
claups on the gloves is shown in tho Exliibit — and with it a very ingenious 
machine for attaching a button which is largely used on certain sorts of gloves. 

Although the manufacture of gloves is of so complex a character, special 
orders for wedding and other important events are executed in a few hours, and 
Kpocial sizes of every description made, from the miniature glovt-e aa worn by 
the " Midgets " to those made for the Chinese giant Uhang. 

Messrs. Dgst, Allcroft, & Co, have thus far called attention only to tho 
English portion of their manufactures, but they are also the largest manufno- 
tureiB of foreign gloves, Spocimeus of tho work produced in their faotorica are 
shown in the Eastern Quadrant, the celebrated ghives known as the " Dnraont," 
"Landier," "Francois Calvat" and "Armand Calvat," "Fousai," Ac, being 
made in the Paris and Grenoble factories ; whilst tbeir establishment in Brussels, 
from which are issued the" Clarisse" and other brands known as Brussehi gloves, 
is the largest in Belginm. To supply the public through ihoir firm more than 
4 millions of kids and lambs are slanghterud annually. 

SufSoient will bo seen to impress the observer with the importance of the 
manufacture of gloves as an English industry ; it is one of tho oldest of English 
manufactures, and if an impetus be given to this work which gives employment 
to so many thousands of persons living in agricultural districts, Messrs. Dent, 
Allcroft & Co. will feel that their efforts to bring this manufacture before tho 
public li&ve been well rewarded, 

k J 



220 



Annexe. — Laditt' Utulfr Clothin 



338. ABEBCORH", HEK GRACE 
TSb duchess op. Green Street, 
Grosvenor Eh^uare, W.— EiLiliition of 
Homti-iDnJc Socks ivnd Slnrkin^ kiiilti'il by 
tlio pwir wfirQUn of BftrmrH Court, Ncwl 
Btewafl. In-l.nd. 

AUBLET, HARRY, & CO., 71 Somt- 
ton Street, Curtain Rotid, B.C. (formerly 
38 BpitalSquftr©,Bi8bopBgftt8 Stroat.E.) 
(,Sr,. Ma.'Iii.i,-ry in M,.lio„. Wt^t^rn Gaihnj.) 

BBAMLEY, J. L., Ac CO., 170-172 
Ebui-y Street. Eaton Square, aW, (8c( 



.U.<r 



Moti..t 



u Moli: 



■a.lr.) 



nv.. 



'■-■) 



GORDON Si OOTCH. 15 St. Bride's 

Street, Ludgate Circus, E.C. (Sor 
M.„-hinrrs in M.,li.m, \V,>hrn AttikU--) 

GRANT, W. HENRY, Foleshill, 
Coventry. (Set Mni-Mintry in Mvlitm, Wf'U'r» 
Arcml..) 

HAREIBON PATENT KNITTING 
UACHINB CO. (THE), 128 Portland 
Street, Mancheater. {Skd S/iic'iinerj 



UNIVEBSAIi KNITTING MA- 
CHINE CO., 95 HumberBton Gate, 

Leiceator. {See MocUincnj in iUAiun. JS\fiera 
Arrade.) 

VERTICAL FEED SEWING MA- 
CHINE CO. (THE). 62 Queen Victoria 
Street, E.C. (3<e Uttcliintn/ in Million, 
l}V.(,Tn Aroulr.) 

WANZEH SEWING MACHIPrE 
CO., I.imited (THE), 4 Great Portland 
Street, Oxford Circus, W. (Ste Xaehinrrf 
in !\Ii.lic,n. \V.->l.ru Arcade.) 

WHEELER & WILSON MAN1T< 
PACTUBING CO. (THE), 21 Queen 
Victoria Street, E,C. (Sm Miie/nno-j in 



M«t. 



I, IIV. 



t..^.) 



WHITE BEWTNO MACHIKB CO. 
(THE), 19 Queen Victoria Street, £.C. 

{Srr Mitchincry in JUufion, H'eclern ArMdr.) 



ANNEXE.~ALBERT HAT,!,. 

340. UEZ, CHARLES, & SONS 

(Agent, C. HA8SOLD, » Auatin Friars. 

E.C.)— Knitleci I'Qiiercl'tiiing. 



KIBBY, BEARD. &; CO., IIB New- 
gate Street, E.C. (.?« Machinrn in M,-tiim. 
HV.ifrn Arcade.) 

LONDON Si LEICESTER HOSIERY 
CO., Limited (THE), 41 Charterhouse 
Square, E.C. ; Se WinnlfVed Street, Lei- 
iScc Mach>.ir-ry in Alolioi, iVfiUrn 



■juh.) 



,, ir«. 



mk,) 



MIIJ30IJH.NE, JAMES JOSEPH. 
8BNR,. 176-180 Columbia Bead, 
Hackney Road, E. (See MiKliincry in 
MMon. We>t,rn Arm<h:) 

PATENT AUTOMATIC KNIT- 
TING MACHINE CO,, Limited 
(THE), 417 Oiford Street, W. ; & 159 
Upper Street, Islington, N. (S'r Mai-hinery 



a MM 



™J,-.) 



PEAHBON & CO., 8 Aoom Street, 

Biahopagate Street, E.C. (Sec Miirbiiicrji 
i„ M.^lion, HVtftrrt Arci,U.) 



n ,U»fl 



■«'lr.) 



ROTHWELL, WTIiLIAJtt. 16 Market 
Street, Bolton. (S-'t MaMaerg in Molioa, 
Walern Arcade.) 

SELF-ACTING SEWING MA- 
CHINE CO., Limited (THE), 233 
Segent Street, London. (S-f MachiMery 
mJ'"''"" H'etlerit Arcade.) 



343. HAMMOND, MISS KATE, 14 
Temple Street, Brighton. — A Lbv«II« luiil 

ImproTed Slevpiog Garment and Drawing 
K"om Wrap. 



Trafford, Manchester.— (1) Dsby Clothes. 
(2) Night DrMB for a cbild. (3) FUnnel 
Conibinntion GarmeDt for a child. C^) Oom- 
bication Garmunt for a lady, (fi) Apron for 
Q hospital Dunio. (6) Apron for a baaa» 
keeper. (7) SpeouncnB of Marking and Dani'- 
iug. Tbe needlework of lAni. 2 to 7 incliiNTe 
\% by iDDUktra of tbo Ladi<-B' Jubilee Cturitf 
School, Manchester, nn InBtihiiionforlhemain- 
ti'nnnce and tmining for doniPBlio survioe nf 
poor girla, cliii'lly orphans. Tbe work Las all 
been done liy girU under 15 jeore of age. 

345. FBANKB. MISS 8AHAH, 83 
Miortimer Street. — Models with t'odt-r- 
clothtng. &c., suitable U> be woni under the 
Kftliotii UrcBs. 

346. BENTALL, MIBBES E. ft A., 
The Towers, Maiden, Essex. — Oomplete 

", of Under.'lolliiLg, 



34S. BREESE. A., 34 Brewer Street. 
Be^at Street, W.— Uovi^n'B I'ulcnt Stock- 
ing r!uB{iiiiili-r. 

349. SMITH, PHEDBRICH HENRY, 
Ba Queen Victoria Street, E.C.— Smiih-a 
Tal-nt Mmle of Lunii^K tinrmtinte and other 
nrtiflca. uud I'liletil Gri|> for tWL-uriiig corils uut) 



Bi»ipt<r>.lL'iB, 

351. BLUnCHORK, EDWARD. B( 
FEsbury Favement, E.C,— '■ ni-lj.Tai in ' 
8t<>ckinK ATiij S«<-k t'uBi'Oiidvr, uad Childica'i 
II racu-S lock i iLR-r- u H [ifii d( r. 

352. BAYKU, CHARLES, Coreet and 
Uuderclothing; Manufooturer, Albion 
Stay Factory, Bath ; Rue Rochelle, Bar 
le Due, France ; 38 Great Jamea Street, 
Londonderry, Ireland. (Warehouse, 
8 Wigmore Street, London. W.>— ComlIj 
KliiiiijilL-lollii.ii.', ic, 

353. 8YKB8, JOSEPHINE. & CO. 
280 Beiront Street, W.— Smgical Bclu. 
dineti and BiHliwe. &o. 

354. STEELE, MRS. THOMAS, 62 
High Street, Tunbridge Wella ; and 34 
Margaret Street, Regent Street, Lon- 
don. — llTRieuic ForouH Elaslio Cornvt* and 

355. ROSENTHAL, D.. & CO.. 6 
Cripplogate Buildings, Wood Street, 

356. WISE, MRS. AI!IN. 16 High 
Street, Manohester Square, Iiondon, W., 
1-nti'iit Ikit uml Corwl Milker bv e|vcial np- 
iioiulmcDt Ici Uer Mnjcaty tlio Qucuo. (1) 
iJi'lii!*' EUalii? AnatoDiiral Clieot Expanding 
L'orwlB. (2) VaU-nt Abdominnl Supporters. 

(3) OeiUtioD, Noraing nnd Riding ConeM. 

(4) Voung Indioi' and Childnn ■ Elutic 
StnjfB and Itiuida. (6) Slocliing Sugpendtrs, 
Etrutic Qirdlos. Fn-Dcti I'l-tlicoat litmiLt, S.C., 
iic. 

357. WRIGHT. J. (Mr. H. DAR- 
WKLL), a Church Walk, Blchmond, 
Surrey.— I!..Del(»a Stays. 



'-.iled 

360. GENTY. MADAM EUGENIE. 
81 New Bond Street, W,— (1) CorKts 

(S) iDVdoUir of ttie new patt^ntnl Uenllb Bunk. 
wliicL enablo the latlies when iudiapowd to 
nnrlaip their coraet liietuntuneonBty. 



362. VAUGHAN. LUKEY. & CO., 
Manufacturing OutHtters. 63 & 64 
Baker Street, W.— FkiiLlu Stnis and 

SCHMITTEB, OSCAR ROTH- 
Switxerland (Agent, H. AM- 
2 Star Court. Broad Street, E.C.) 
— l.ailiee' and Gentlpiueu'a Ut'ullh Cra|« 
I'uderclotliiugu. 

364. BAITER, MRa A., 134 Oxlbrd 
Street, London, W.—Hycienip and Improvrf 
ileand WdTuii Underclothing 



■IWT. 



It-h 



:>)iapt.'ti ill 1 
rot Ladiva 



ntid Cliildnn, &f. 

365. WELCH. MABOETSON, St CO, 
16 & 17 Cheapslde, B.C.— Pitw Wool 
Anli-rlieuiuatic L'nilerFlotlitDg. 

366. LEWIS & ALLENBT, Begant 
B^eet, and Conduit Street — Ladie«* 
and (ii-nllt'nmii'B l'uilcrclolLin((, made from 
tiieir " Silk Long Cli>tli " (rogislorud). 

366. HUTCHINSON, A.. & CO., 3 ft4 
Great Winchester Street, KC— Vintilat- 
inn DnwB. Bliiflda or I'renervers (Camfield's 
Paleiit), miido only in Eunvpe by Eihlbitors. 
In Hftmo Ctae: — A Cliild's Ont fully trimmed, 
with Patent Onet Folding Frame, Is shown by 
McHT*. Dcbenham & Frrabudy, of Wigiaore 
fiUeet. 

360. HARRIS, MRS. M. PBNLEY, 14 
Buckingham Palace Bond, 8. W.— Infanta' 
Ilj-giciiip Clotbiiig and I-adica' Outlining. 

370. YOUHO & NEILBON, Foi 
Square, BristoL— Lodiea' Coiaeta. 



FoTtludL 



DWELLINQS. 

Thi itudy of pre«cr>ing the normal oindition of onr ciiatcDce, knowD aa Hpnttli, boromea, as 
civiliaaliun advnnoca and removes ub furlbi-'i frum our original primitive life, a problem of 
increasing eompldit; and importanro. By the luhcriotu applicnlion of the few oatnral laws 
which hamnn ingeauity baa yet compaaaed. in huweTot imperfect a manner, the phyHiologtst 
cndenvoun to cvolre a ayatcm by whicli we can retaia the intellectuality and Becarily of onr 
nrtllli^iat modern life wilhont sucriflcing the vigour of a more primitive slate of eiiatenoe. 

The science of hygiene i* Ihercfore conservative rathur than oonstractiTe — or is conatractlTo 
an for oidy aa it may be necessary to neutralise et&ota which nro tbo n-sulti of the intellectual 
dpvclopniMit of mankind. With food its prorinco is to tell tu where we have erred and what to 

-^ 1 



Froftli air !■ sciionrt only logood fooil in the rode of hygiene; »nil inrtfed nil other priudple 

' are bat neceeaary hi onler to give the two great elements — nboteeomo food and fieah aii— 

Opporlntuty to perform thtir proper functioBS. The preaefvRtion of the atronsphpre of larg 

liJwuB in a nbolosome >bite pieienta a problem tho ronnJiitioD of which rcsti apon that importan 

■eclioD of Sanilary Science with which its name is mote intimately oonnectol in the pobli 

mind. The disposal of sewage is a question that has occupi«l the energies of stateamec 

^ Hisineen, and GnanoierB for more than a genemtion, and yet we seem only on the threaholi 

kof this givat problem. Whatever maybe the outcome of the increased prominence it tnUB 

m -continue to occupy iu the fnturc, there can be no donfat that by onr present system we are doini 

Tlolouoe to [hat eternal cycle of action and reaction which appears lo be the fundamental law o 

all nature's handiwork, as well 1q establishing the econony of a Unirerae as in ordering ILi 

Gxtatcnce at the smalli-st organic atoms. 

But for good or evil the hydranlic syBtem of removing refuse mutter it that which preTails ll 
this country, and being a Bydtem it is so far belti-r than ohuos, Ibal in Lonilnn, since its complotioc 
iu IBTl, the average saving in bumnu life, which may fairly bu attributed to ite iaflncncv, hai 
t>ecn 12.000 souls a year. Onr metropolis has 2.100 miles oF aewers. all of nhicli oommDiiioali 
more or less directly with vosl reservoiru on the banks of the Thumee twelve miles below Loh^dc 
Bridge. Here aa average of 150 million gallons of sewage is diachargtd in the river dail^ 
Various schemes for the utilisation of sewage have been proposed from lime to time, but ncnis ol 
tboHC can be said to have achieved a enccesa so pronounced ae to lead to the hope that any mm 
of them will entin-ly saperaede the system nnw in force. In saying thit, howerer, it nns4 
be remembered that the financier bos beuu the leading flgore iu bringing these achenua ink 
praotii-al shope. The projectors of the system at present in use were never hampered by onosi- 
dciatioDBof proStandloaa. The difBcully of applying tlie suUiugc of our towns and villages to the 
use ordained for it by nature chieBj lies in (he fuct that it i» removed by a walet system. Many 
of theoonstituents of the soil that would be so vnluaMo for fertih'zing tlje earth, and arcsonolioDi 
when discharged into onr rivers, are washed nut by their water transit, so that even when the 
exDosa of water has been drained avay the eludge remaining fs to a great extent unfit tin 
ainicnltural purposes unless enriched by cliemicals. The vast network of sewers and dnini 
in London has cost between four and five million pounds sterling. This system has proved 
tA lie effective for removing the sulllage from onr more immediate neiKhbonrhood, and tbt 
introduction of any fhtah plan would entaU a great additional eipcnse. From a hygienic painl 
of view dtnins should be devoted lo the removal of water alone, or at any rale sueb walei 
only as may be unpolluted lo any serious extent by organic matter. The dry earth aystem ol 
dealing with faoal mutter in which the removal would be made day by day, would ^re 
immnnity from those diseases which arise from the noxious effects of sewer gas. It ii 
estimated that 10,000 carts and horses would be required to carry out snch a service, and tht 
expense would be so great that there is little hope of its iairoduction at present. An later 
mwliate system boa been BUggesled by which the present sanitary nrrsngemenla of the dweUiDg- 
house would remain undisturbed, and yet the existing sewers would bu freed from the conTeraiwe 
of fiscal matter and other hunse refuse. This would involte the constmction of a aeriea ol 
snbnaya costing a Inrgo sum of money. The advantages of the system over that in uae ftre in 
many respccta very gnat, and tlie problem may he said to bo one of flnnnee. The nae ti 
Bubw ays has often been advocated for other purposes, such aa laying telegraph and telephone 
wires, water and gas pipes, &c. It has been well said that every man eipeota to escape typhoid 
fever, cholera, and other pestilence, whilst nn one hopes to escape the rale collector, so that thg 
poBsibiUty of sickness or death is preferred to an extra 3d. nr id. in the pound on the raleo. 

But it is not only from a point of view inspired by the fear of typhoid and cholera that we 
should consider questions of hygienic importance. One of our most able writers on this eabjecl 
has shown, by means of dodaetions based on s-imid reasoning, that little mors than a third the 
life ullutted to mankind by nature is roallsod even iu our own favonred land. RoosoDing bon 
the basis of analogy furnished by the lives of other auimata, the nsturul span of niau'i 
existence should be one hundred and five years. The human frame arrives at maturity upon tba 
coroplotjou of twenty-one years, and the time of its vitality should be £ve times the dnratjon of 
its growth. It is so with tlie lower animals; but man— protected from the vicissitude* of life by 
t/iir reaaatcee reason baa brought lo his aid — is waning in body when lialf of the term of hii 



natnrU osialcnro haa beoa Bpoot, and becumcH decrepid should he ourvivD fur lbroi>H]ttBriais of 
tfao life ipan nlloloil to Lim by nalatu. When it U remetnberod that Ihc ke«l of the world'i 
thinliitig is douu b; thoao who *t« ncafcit the grave, kod how vast miut be the atorea ot 
oipcneiic« that oven genius peod draw npoD to ochinve its greatest pouibilitiM, this Bacrifloc of 
life mnst be looked od aa more deplorable, and the value oF the hygajologlat's laboius be leeD in 
iU trust light 

Uut there la ;et another side to this all-importaot tubject Were man to live to the three- 
score years and ten of the Pnlinist, with poners undimmed, and the faculty for enjoyment whirh 
hialth alone can give, unimpaiit'd, then, even if life were losa ea<y to part with, the sense of 
hanuu happiness would be incrcaMd so imraeaBiirablj ovor our present store u lo he almost 
beyond the conoepUoQ of the mind. 

But M far are we from reaching any ideal standard of be«lth; living that, according to Hr. 
Ucnry C. Burdt'tt the well-kuowQ itiitistician, ui arly £600,000 is expended annually upon the 
adminiatratioa of the Hospitals ofLoudoa, and aboat one million ont-paUcuti are relieved 
during the year. These. Dr. Rlehardaon tells us, are mainly the wretched poor, iajurod by bod 
drainuge. The rotuma of the Ancient Order of Forealers show that at tho age of tbirty-five 
years there are twenty-two caaee of sicknea* to ono of death. At tho ag:e of twenty years tho 
loaa of time from illneaa amonnli to rs par cent, of the working hours, whilst at forty ycareold 
the proportiouBto loss iaZ'O percent. 

Afay 1ft, 1884. G. B. Dltheix. 



I Class XX. 

;Sn>M Crntftl G-ll' 
DwellingB, Models and Dosigoa for the 
same, and Specimens of Buildings 
erected in the grounds. Fittings and 
Acoeeaories for Dwelling-housss. 
Completely- fitted Apartments. 
374- W. PHUlLIPS & SON, 10 Baker 
St., Portman Square, W.— <1) Modi! of 
H'-i,,ij[itlc iltainiiKL' lo Inwn hi>iuiu whore ciittri? 
il.ibly iniido tho house. (S) 
I drninagu to town house where 
syatemof drainageiaparlly DQliide ; bnUishow- 
ing method uf diaoonneotion of draiui from 
ecwur, veatilstioQ of soil pipes and water-closets, 
B-^Ygraiiee of wastes from dminagi.-, ice. (8) 
Truppi'ig of soil-pipes. (4) Drawings of sani- 
tary work and druinnge eii.-cnted. (B) Palent 
"trap" for sewer disoonneclion. (6) Patent 
"grease" gulky and "trap." (7J Examples 
of deftctive and fanlly wnrk takon nut of 
housea and dangemus to health. (8) Designs 
and t'xamplen of plain and diwoistivo work as 
nlfcwiiiig health iu materials and eluculion by 
dunilitlity, liKhtueas, wwiliablo ualuro [lon- 
poisonoud qualities, Ac. (8) Ktumplcshowing 
white load aa lewer-gaa detector. 

375, CONOIiLY. HENHT, Drum- 
mond Street, Hampstaad Boad ; & 
Tolmer'B Square, Iiondon, H.W. ^1) 
High and Low Prewruro and Non-Crmcnssivo 
Valves for wnter. (S) liuu-metal Cocks for IJic 
water nnd s(i»m. (3) luipruvoil Kelf-Cloiiiug 
Valves for Butlis. Lavatories, tc. (4) Ex- 
ample* of Decorative Knrthcnwam tor Lnvn- 
toriea. (6) Concualod Urinals and Lavalorics. 



(6) Model Bath 
fitted with tlie " AcmS " Spray Douche 
and Neeilte Baths, furnished eamplele. (7) 
Safety Valve Cloaet (Conolly's Patent) trappvl 
above floor line, and Non-ovettlowing and Self- 
Trapping (Couolly'a Patent) Valve Closet. 
The "Nestor" Patent Valve Closet and tbo 
New Patent" Ultimna'' Closet, all earthenware. 
(8) Glass and ^rlhenwore Urinals, with 
Automatic Plnshing Cistema. Tbe above 
applianoes are shown in action as in actnoJ 
use with the latest improvements of Water- 
waste Preventers, Lavatories, fitted complete 
with Tip-up Basins or with Quick-waste 
Action and Non-overflowing arrangement. 
(8) Samples of high class Gaa-Fitlings as 
.pplied to Electric Light. 

376. CLASS. -BUNNUTT & Co., 
Eugtneera, Bathbone Place, W.— <1) 
Safuty Passenger lilts. (S) Safety luggage 
iifls. (3) DinnM lifts. (4) Wariuiog and 
venlibitine app»ratuit. (6j Iron staircases. 
(6) UotolTic blinds, tt. 

377. GOLLINSOS' &; LOCK. 108 
lest Street, E.G.— (1) Ceiliugs of Plaster 

(S) Wall Deik]rati<.n< of I'L.Bt^r. Wnshable 
Papi'rB. Ao. (3) UtxI-room Furniture. (4) 
KL'ci.'ptiou-room Kurnititre. 

rtTtATTATW, 84 

, ) Boilrrioui, Dri» 
I, Butb-nium and W. C llttod compluti 

n. JUNKS St WOOD, 66 Holbom 
iuct,E.C.-(l)Wall Duoorstions, Fumi. 
and Floor Covering for the dwelling- 
bouse, artistic in character, and of barmluss 
(3) Furoituro and Appliooocs for 
the Sick Boom. 



CToM TJX. (Smth CailToi Oallery). 



33o. HnSDIiBY & SONS. 390- 
3B4 Oxford Street, W.— A O.iiij.k-tolj 
Funii8b.-<i Apiirtmi'iit. Woii.i-|<i.tn:llivl diuK 

The not 1b Luiie witLi niuhulilii Japancao 
Ifntlm (lajier. A iMinlod wood man tel piece, 
mill lunhiigauy furuUnrc. 

381. HOVBLL, W. B., at Andrew's 
Biwlcet Works, Bedford Street, Nor- 
wich. — Wicker Futtiiturc, coinpriBiuK Draw- 
irifl-Tixiiu nuil Liliiur; Cliuirs. Wirkut LnnBfrea. 
Wiokrr 'I'ea Tubl.w, Ladi.a' Work T»bltB, 
Nursi'T} SlauJa, Lini:n U^mkuU, &•:. 

3S2. STONES, JOHN, Patent Be- 
Tolving Shutter nnd Movable Division, 
and Lift and Holat Manufacturer, Ure 
Mills, UlverBtoQ. — (1> Mnvablo Sound- 
proof PBrtitiiniB for dwollinK-house*, srhouU, 
tec, wliiuli Bwirel anil fold into pilaflUm or 
rooesKM ia wnils. (2) Buund-nroof Bovolring 
Hliutter. (3) Full size Hwiul of UaluDfv 
Weight BcTolviiig Bliutters, wilii tlioiuoeiiding. 
doscdoding and vurticnl motioiu. (4) Draugbt 
Exolnder. 



3S4- CHUBB & SONS' I.OCK & 
SAfE CO., Limited, 128 Queen 
Victoria Street, E.O.-(l) Clmbb't Fateut 
Di'ltvlor lAi^k. Latclkca, and Keja, usod iu 

tilling up dwelliu^'-liousoa of all kinds, from a 
paliico to a oiiltBgo. and for nil othot iiurpoBpa 
tliat B. look can bo (ulaptcd to. (2) OrniLnicntal 
Loeks and Keys. (3) Model of Cbulib's 
Patent Firu and TliioF ReaiBlini; Bnokors' 
Nltou)! lUirn mado to Scale. (4) Model of a 
Lockmakor'B Work-bcneh and Toola 

385. KAYE. JOSEPH, & SONS, 
93 High Holbom ; and Bank Works, 
Kirkstall. Leeds.— Kuye'a Patent Indo- 
elrucliblo Lockaund FiiBUiiiiii;;^. 

386. ADAMS. ROBERT, 17 Blaok- 
man Stroet, Borough, 8.E.— (1) Loi^ks 
and Funiiluie. (3) Snab Fiislenera. (3) S^b 
JloltB and Vi.nlilalora. (4) Wratlier Bars. 
16) OaBcment Stay a. (6) Norton's Door 
Springs. (7) Ciiii^raent Dolta. (8) Patent 
Hevenlltte and Sliding Window. 18) Case- 
laent Faitonerj and lliree-throw Bolla. (10; 
Back Fanlight Opener*. (11) Spring Hingea. 
(18) Snah Centrea (13) The Now Ventilating 
itar for nindow-sachci. (14) The Fanio Door, 
for tbootRn, (ohoolB, and otbor pablia buildings, 
which Moonda into a prepared rowisa by 
Blislittx (liming a bundle, wliich. I>eing covered 
With a gkaB door, ™n be eaailv einaiiliod in 
CBM) of nuod to give tbu audionce iustaut 

387. BORN, PHILIP. 28 Tavistock 
Road, Weatboume Park. — ImpriH'wl 
Tut^Bl Folding Lattice Stiultir, for fixing in 



Hid iiiBiilvB of Tooma and othoi pUccn ; admiia 
ligbt and air, and is a anre firoloction ngniuil 
burglara. Made of wrought iron, and bromi-d 
in any desired cilonr to imiti'b the wall-p:i]wr. 
38a. BLTTTH, A. W., Medical Officer 
of Health, The Court House, Maryle- 
booe; & GHEBNB, DR. RICHAHD, 
Medical Superintendent of the County 
Asylum, Berry Wood, Northampton.— 
Moil^l and n«K.ni['anving plans of a House 

389. LUCAS, JAMES UOQRE, 
Ennerdale Road, Belwyn Court Eatat«, 

Kew Gajdena.— Mo.iel DuniKn of a perfect 
■anitary private rtsidenn>, ponstructeil spopially 
for ttie Inti'niational Health Eihibilitin. Qprm 



May 6lh, and open lo tlie pnbtio upon p 
tiOQ of card. Kew Ganlena alation is xi 
minutes by District Railway from South Kay 
einglon. 

390. O-KEEFFE. MATHIAfl T., 
mCLCJKI., 40 Holbeck Rood. North 
Brixton, 8. W.— Models of Sanilary UouKa. 
to be oonslnioled at the comers of iiuportant 
thorougbfares so as U> afford aecare mcana of 
escape from Gre in any of the adjoining pn- 
miBoa, and specially adapted as appn-nchee to 
light-font bridges, over dangerous Btrc«t cniss- 
IngB. and at the uamo time providing ladioa' 
routing-looms, lavatories. Jtc 

391. TURNBULL, J. H., LIBTIT.- 
COL., The Priory, Torquay.— (1) Ho>ltl 
(Skeleton) of a London Uouse, Bliowiog how 
the dtains should bo reiitUalud uid carried 
under Uie house tivm tlia buck to the street 



li-ngUi and sectlmi of a ilrain laid acciwding 
to the "open ■yntiou," with pitoli-sealed joiitta. 
1,3) Model of ditto in brick ehannid, ^wii^ 
blep for neoesaory work at ibe drain at any 
eonaidemblu depth : pitoh-eeoleil joints, &e. 
(4 1 Model, gas or wiilcr-pif>e laid In tbe naoal 
way. but with pitch-ei-alcd joints. 

333, AXJiEN, A. H., Ill Oheyae 
WaUc, Chelsea, 8. W.— Model of a Labour- 
er's CiiltagiJ, intended to illustrate a special 
iinproTeineol in that class of dwollinsa, via., 
by snbslilDling for the ordinary combuatiLb 
partitions between the rooms Ibe use uf imiq. 
vombustiblo partitions conBtruzted nf wikiiI 
quartering, eoated with silicate paint, anij 
dtlod in witli slate panels. 

394. ALLEN. C. B., Ill Ch«ym 
W^, Chelsea, aW.— Plan and Mode! 
of a Mint;l*a Cottage. The notoworlhy imp 
provenient licre is that of keeping Ihn Fir» 

Clacrs or sources of heat in the ci-ntre of the 
uildmg and unay from the outer wall, Uitia te 
avoid all Ions of ln-at. The luoilel alsi> excib 

flillM the jmuibilily of adapliug architodom! 
iruis to sucb struclurtia 



aoM SX. (South Central GatUry). 



225 



395. 83CITH « TUHNSR, 60 Biu-- 
tholomew Close, KC.--{1) Ben Tiirnir'a 
I'liti'iil Ai]jiititali[M IIot;iiliiti It 1;. Double Action 
DiHir-SfirilipB tn throwiloorgbevood right angle. 

(2) Iia|.rtivod Water Bar*. (3) Iiu|iroved Bull 
Diior [[uldcn kod Slam Spriiigs. (4) Spocial 
niudo HiDi^ea (ipHiw snd otliorwiw)). (6] 
Vimr unit Window Bolta and ItufT.'ra. (6. 
Ciisemfat Dults. (7) AdjiteliiWe Door CoDtres 
and Sprinpa, for door uiiJ other parpoaea. 

«)6. PEHNT, WTT.T.TAM JOHN, 11 
SidjDoutb Street. Qray'e Inn Boad.W.C. 

— Double Action SjuiLm and PtiUuoe, wilb iiilt-l 
luid ciliuuBt TciitiUIor. 

397. TnCKBH, J. D.. The Porad©, 
Bromley. Kent.— Tachet'a improTwl "wen- 
thrr-ti^ht" Bubo and Frnmps. (ificclOBlI? 
exelado all dnngbta, dust, wet, Ao.; will not 
Tattle at ahako. work rrralT, altnple in coiiitroc- 
tioD, perfect Id effect, and ue practicallj air- 
ligbt 

398. £DWAltD8. aEOBOB, 68 
Brompton Road. B.W.— (IJ Tulont Fit- 
tine« for 0|iGiunK. duaing. mid fnatoniiig 
oidiuury window Bssl.es. (2) A Modal Wiu- 
duw, ttiUi lliu Sttio^ allixod. 

399. 8ALVTATI. DH. BtTRKE & 
CO., 311a Regent Street, ■W.-{1) Mnraic 
Pietnr.* (2) Vouelian Mirrors aiid Vene- 
tian Blown GluHS. (3) Vonutiau Chsndelien. 

(4) A Turiot; of Wine Glasiie*. Uacanteia, 
Finger GloMea, and Ie« Platui; CentrepiBeo*. 
Flower Vaaea, CandolabrM, and ether Table 
UtnnmenU. 

400. IjTtckfi e r if , samuzuj, s 

BruUm Street, Bond Street, W.— (1) Wall 
TapuBtry. (2) Onk raucln and CaTTings, 

(3) Oak Chinini-jpieoe. (4) Oak Cabinet. 

(5) Inlaid Tablu. (8) Cbuin in old leather. 
(7) Carred and Decorated Hegto Fieure. (S) 
Carved Oak Cbnt. (9) Stove and Fittings. 
(10) Dcooniled CeUlng. (11) Carioui Striking 
Clock in carred OMe (IS) Carpets and 
Rugs. (IS) FcDder. (14) Oltoman. (IS) 
Carved Doors. (16) Cirted iTorf PignrM. 
(17) Bras* Boonoe«. (18) Corluni. The 
above arranged to-ghow a talon and entreeolle, 
complelely rarniahed- 

401. BHSS, WtLIiIAH A. & a, 
88 Finsbury Pavement, B.C. — Bmidoir 
BTid Bt^ii-room Fumiluru nnd Duooiutiun, as 
apjiiied to henhb. 



mineral bullia of Batli (the pronoriy of the 
mflvor, aldonuen and eiliMns of liatl.) in the 
2nd Olid I'Jth centuriel. 

403. TTTRRn-PTT.T.-W, 8HITH, & 

son, Itnporters of Foreign Carpets 
and Mattings, 8 Oreat Uorlborough 
Btreet, Regent Street, Ziondon, W. — A 
Bmuking-room in the Oriental style, with 
modi-m aoceasDriea. DMieoei] by H. & J. 



404. KENT, aBORQE, 188, 200, SOI 
High Holbom, W.C— (1) Mi-ltl Kiteheu, 
l^cuUery nnd Wiu-h-LouBCdultable for Iho middle 
classes, fitti^ with all the most approved appli- 
anncB and dumcaljo labonr-eavin^ invenlions, 
including the Patent Knife^^lianing Machine 

(2) Ecntis Patent Asci-nsion Wat^r Filleta. 

(3) K>ml's System of Sulf-FillinR for FUten. 

(4) Kent's nater Meters (pateut^d January. 
18S4>. (S) The Albo-Carbon Ga« Burners, and 
a variety of fittings adapted lo Ibtir u«e. (S) 
Keiifg Patent Iniproved Duplex Albo-Carbun 
Oil* Burner (Triple, Argaiid), and a variety of 
littings adapt<^ to their use. 

405. BENHAM & SONS, BO Wig- 
more Street, W.— Kitchen Filtiufs. tor a 
club or flriit-clafls hold. 

406. BROWN & QREEN, Limited. 
89-71 Finsbury Pavement, E.C.— Mtxlil 

Kitchen for Villa. 

407. CONSTANTHra!, T. J., 61 Fleet 
Street. & 18 & 20 Normon'B Buildings, 
St. Iiuke'a, E.C.— Model Kitchen for Artison's 
C«l taye. 



Decorated EzUmallg with omamontol Donl- 

loD ware ridgca, ootuninfl, bolluslars, arches, 
ttiexa, impoBla, &o. Mao Iricxaa and subject- 
tile panels in undorglaxu Piiience. Ornamenlat 
Janets in Silicon-ware. Colourod tile rooQn^a. 
nt«ruaUy. — Arranged to show four distinct de- 
signs of patent fireplaces with glazed uantle- 
iooes, heiirth tiles, fenders, nnd firu-iion lesta. 
'entilating shafts and art pottery. 

lit fBONT or P.kVII.IOS. 

A flight of Term Cutta etcpt. with patent 
silicon treads. 

Stands Asomm Paviliom- 

Na 1. Fitted vp a« tnth-rooin, &e., oon- 
taining ponieloin bath, with patent Lambeth 
inslaabineons water-histiug appanitoa, (0 obtain 
water bath inteniuinulea,lockLugapparatuB 
valves, tip-up lavatory with ornamental 
enclosnre oiimptele. and hot and cold valves, 
improved buffers to basin. Water Closet of im- 
pruvcd manufactuie, ornamental basin and trap 
(no riser needed), with Bcat-eotion wat«r-wa«te 
preventing serviire. 

No. 2, Sihibition of Fireplafes, Ice. — Open 
Fireplnoeson slow-combuetionprineiples. Open 
Portable Firo Stoves, to fli to any (IrD-opvniDR. 
Cloeo ForUblo File Stoves. Glaied Hantel- 

ecea. Glaxod TUe Hearth* and Fendora,&o. 

'ood Maatctpior<M, with tile decontions. 

Tkuua Cotta Dado TUrs. Imtft Oothio 
Window. Mc<Ullioiui in Gluxud I'nune Woik. 
String Conrsos and Qcnctsl Building Work. 

No. it. Exhibition of Filton, Ac— Pateot 

anganous Carbon Ftltcrt of varloiw Idnds 
Befrigeiating Filter. Pocket FUtett. Sypbon 



Clow XX. {South Central Galler!/), 



Fillora. Patent GninnUting Filler. B-iilev 
Dtulon'B Acruliog Filter. luipruvcd Higli- 
I'remureFillor. Aerating Curbou FQlct Valve, 
to draw off filtered water diroct rniin tlie maiii. 
Biiitable Tor hi)ch unil low-prenures. Drip 
I'liiu, Filter SUdiU. Stonpware Drinking 
YsMola. Ot^oeral Stonewan, for domeelic nse. 
Lift and Form Pump*, for acida. Stonenare 
of oicry hiitd, for oLicmieol manufacture and 
flit the laboratory. InaaUlora. Wat«r-liglit 
Underground TuIhu, for olMlrio vlrea. Batlcr; 
Jar*, ArcnmulatorBi Poniiu Cvlb and PottcT]> 
of ail kinda. for cli,«trio purpoaya Plumlngo 
for elay orunbtei^ 

No. i. Sanitary appltaDces In action, and 
general Queen's Wnie. Tnmgk Urinal, with au- 
bioiatlo dnah tank and etoni'wam drip cliatinel. 
Trmigli Water Cliwt't, for Bohools, fuetnriiM,*p., 
vitU automatic fliuli tank. Ijambuth Vnlve 
CloM't. lAmbcth Traplen CIomL tAmbeth 
Flu«li-oul CloBoL Vacuum Waler-waate Pfo- 

imll, I 

10 nf pottery, irith onuunental |hui and 
trup, uranged to obviate the use of any encln- 
Biirc. Urinnl Bniinn, with snpply valves. 
troiullo Hrlion, and nulomatio lliuh-tank. Lava- 
tory Basins, with plug and tip-up action, hot and 
cold valvoa. and wood enclotiirra, with Doullon 
ware omniDODti and tile decomlinna. Oenerul 
Drug Work, nmsistiag of Draw-off Vatvea, 
Slop ValvtH, Bail Vafvos lor high and low 

trusaurei and Lavalnry Valves, luipraved oom- 
iot-d stop aud regulating valve, propajod to 
receivp the water minp&Qy'g iioal. Autoniatio 
AUraling Filter Valve. Improved High-prea- 
aure Draw-off Water-waste Preventing Valve. 
Tank. GnwBO loturreplor. Slop Sink. 
'b Ware Cloeota, BosiuB, Traps, Bntler's 
Hinki, and aauilary ware of every deaoriptiou. 

Exhibit oitmoi Pbohbkadk Oali.ebt. 
Patent Fluali Tank. Patent Floahtng 8y- 
|Aon for JOB in brick TenervoirB, and to die- 
'etwrge with drop b* drop supply, troe level not 
Medvd in filing. Dou lion 'a Patent Incorrodible 
>|ODtta«s Pump, for efflcieucy, dunbility, and 
rt—nliow. Sanitary Stoneware oF every de- 
scription. Including drain-oipea, bondi, juno- 
lioni, tewst-blocka, invert-bWkB, traps, guliles. 
air brioka, darappmof eonrae, isin-waler «hof, 
valvs tTBM. opercular pipi». Kitolion Sinks. 
Watot Closet Pans and Traps. Sewer Um 
luteKoplors. Ventilating Traps. Greoae In- 
tcmjptors. Mud Intercepton. Patentjoiotod 
Enamel l«d- ware Tested ripet, for undcr-UouBe 
drains. Mnnhnlrs with ennmolled cbanneta, 
ehowiag the Litest improvements, and in actual 
lue. being tyinnefitod with the adjoining wator- 
cbiscts. Patent Sanitary Saftly Trap, for 
oonnccting w.-c with soil pipe. Patent Joiuted 
Boll Pipes in enamelled ware. Registered 
KmoD Air Chamber Floor and Trap. Ilegis- 
[ koed KenoD Improves! Trap. Air Inlet (Cre- 
^~ K^"'* PHt^nl). Bonding Bricks. Hetallio 
pine War«ForstablesDdothL'r pavings, copings. 



I 




orell blncks. building and moulded britiks, &•-., 



40q. CLIFF, JOffBPH, Sc BOS, S 
Wharf, King's Cross Goods Utopdt, H. 

— (1) Mwlcl Batli-rxim and Kitchen. Hoed 
with Cliff's Olaiol Brii-ta. (2) Cliffs Whit* 
andColonred Plain KilcheD Sinks with OtUngs, 
Rolled ditto. Housemaids' ditto. Corner ditto, 
Ilntler's Pantry ditto, Slop ditto. Wash Tab 
ditto. (S> curs White Glased 8Ub CUImi, 
Sanitary Tabes, Tard and Streft (inlleya 
Potfs Edinburgh Sewer Trap, Wortley OIwbmI 
Tile Stoves, Ventilator or Leeds Stove. (4; 
Cliff's Glased Brick Fireplaces, Fender*. S1^ 



<e) CliTs Air Brioks. (7) Uodcl ol 
Hall shewine Deoontivo Faience in Panels, 
FirepUcoa. fo.. White, Coloured and Oriw- 
mental GIbxhI Brii<ks. IIhII's Patent Ilaogini! 
TilfKB. GlnKxl Slabs for dados, Ae. (8) Glaud 
Bricks and Slabs for linitlg baths. PoKolaii 
Buths and Fool Bath*. 

410. WTLCOCK & CO., Burmui- 
totts. — (1) Glazud Bricks for wall anrfaaa, 
(9) Burmantofl'e Arcliileclarat Faieuce ta 
constrnctioiial decoralion. (S) IturmsDtnfl'i 
UfcorativQ Pottery. (4) Faience Panela fui 
flnsido decoration. (6) Hearths of Kumuu!. 
tofts Faience. (8} Faience Mantels, FlmpUow 
and Hearths. 

4It. TESUIPIIEUAIT. T. Ii^ Ett«tiOii 
Rood, Taunton, Somereetahire. — Model 
of Ariisans' and Labourers' Dwellings, showiuf 
a separate system of ventilating escli living 
room. Also simpld sanitary arraogetneuU suits' 
bill for tliesu dwellings, in action. This mode! 
may bo token in three parts, shoving interior. 
Inventod and made by exhibitor. 

4ia. METEOPOLrrAM RAIL 

WAT CO., per Oeaer&l Utuiager.- 
Model of ArtisniiB' Dwellings proposed to bi 
erected in the Minories in substitution of Ihi 
dwellings demolished by the constructioD oi 
tbe Tower Hill Kxtonsian itailway. 

413. QTTAYIjF, D. F., Bridge Houso 
CaetletoQ. late of Uan.— Quayle't Pateni 
Window PrnU-clor. 



ifcB for family nft:, also their am 
Univer-al Aflion Ux^ks for Dlniug and Draw 
ing K>.>omB, »nd Bpecial locks for ABylmn mk 
Ho»i.tlsl puri'o*!.-". 

AI.I.BN, EDWAim E., Ill Cbenu 
WoUc, Chelsea. (6'«e OuUidt.) 



Clatt XXI. (East Central Gallery B). 



COAI.BROOKDAI.E CO., Limltod 
<Tn£}, Coalbrookdale, Shropahire ; & 
43 Holbom Viaduct, HC iSre Clot* 



, it CO. le Mewgato 
Street, E.C. (.•«■* Clat* 30.) 



HOWABD. EDWARD. Norlblk 
St«am Works, 34 Upper Qlouceater 
Place, N.W. (S:-/ a.t«i i^.) 



nYaEENlC AND BANITAHY 
ENOINEESIWa COMPANY, li- 
mited (THS), 23 & 24 Oliurlng Grose. 
(Sre CUut 2a.) 

POCOCK, ALFHED WILMEH, 
Cadogan Iron Worka, Jjots Boad, 
Chelsea, B.W. (Srr CAim 21.) 

■ SMITH, T. TAYLER, Bush HiU, 

EnQeld. (i^ Oul/ide.) 

STEVENS, BOBEBT, Bromler. 

Kent. {Sfc Clun 29.) 



Class XXI. 

(EiHi CmtraJ G,ill-ry B.) 

W^ater Supply and Purification.— 
Meters, Filtere, Water- Fittings. Cis- 

416. BOBERTS, CHARLES GAY. 
Haalemere, Surrey. — Auiomutio Kaiii- 
waler Bepanilore, W reject tbu foul and Btofe 
tUu! clean wiittr in'in roofs, 

£7. SPONGY IRON DOMESTIC 
.TEB COMPANY (THE), 32 New 
Oxford Street, Loudon, W.C— (1) (!»!■ 
vimia-d Iron Model CyliocK ' " 

ri-present the working mot 
iron iiToocu at wurk at Lhi - - , 
works. (2) Special Ball-cock Spongy ![._ 
Doracitic Killer in operatJon. (3) Spccimoaa 
anil BtoUons of diOprenl Spongj Iron Filler*, 
including a seoUon thewing tho VTangumcnt of 
special ItuU-covk Filler. 



lera, Tor ilomi'stie purposes. Lrnveliing, ship's 
cubiD, hospitalB, iuflmiarire, anny and am- 
bulanoes, An. (S) Paloot Movable Block 
Ftltera. (8} Double Cylinder Fillers for aoda 
wBier maaufaetnTera, breweriea, diatilleriea, 
bUouit bakerim, Ac. 

419. BOSTON FTLTEB CO. (J. 
FEBOUSSON, Manager), Station 
Street, Boston, Iiineolnahire.— C'llleeiion 
i.f I'riiy Mo^lul l]n[.^J^^.■d Rapid Water Filler. 
Manuliiclured by Eiliibitura. 

420. BEVOLVINCI BALL FILTEB 
Ca, Limited. 23 Comtm, E.C.— The 
itcvolviu!.' Bull Ktltur. 

421. JUDSON, DANIEL, & SON, 77 
Bouthwark Street, S.S. — .ludwni's uew 
"I'lTfect Purity- Eiipid Wulur Filter. "Juck- 



4U. MAIQNEN, P. A., 22 & 83 
Great Tower Street, E.C.— (1) Maignto's 
r»lont " Fillni Unpide." {3) " L«ttagH ' and 
" liijou D" Clasaes for b>jagfli''1d pnrpoae*. 
(3) "TouTiat" class in nnnxydable whilo 
meliii, as used by Stanley on the Congo. (4) 
"Serrioo" and "New Service" class to filler 
the whole supply of tbo Loose. (6) " Large 
Supply" clias suitable for waterworks, dyers, 
brewers, &e. (6) Drinking Fountains with 
■■ Fillre Bopide." (7) " Field Servive " olosa, 
OS sent to Sunkim by the War Office. (Sm 
Aml'iilanet.) (8) " Wine and Spirit Filtres 
Rapides." (9) Mnignuii s |Kilenl process of 
SoAening WiiW>r. (10) lliiigiii;a s procoes of 
Sowogo rutiSentiuti. 

423. WILSON, GEOBaB, The Chest- 
nuts, Elmers End, Kent.— Wtlaon's Pntvui 

luttiruuliunal Killer. 

424. BOBEBTS, THOMAS, Levens- 
hulme. Manchester. — Self-cleansing, High- 
i>refl«ure Wuhr Filkrs, for iluuieslie and nianu- 
■ncturing piir]Joaea. 



-fiS, 



DOULTON ft Co., Lambeth, 8.E. 
a. FB08T, J. R, 18 LitUe Britain, 

1.— atodet of Sanitary rlumberi)' Work 
I priirate restdeneii, including hot water 



1— (1) Macbinery for Iho PuriHc 



Clasi XXI. (E(M( Ctnlral Gallfry B). 



, City Filter Works, 75 Corpora- 
tion Street, Mancheatar— (1) Hapid 
Wult^f Fillcf. (2) Comprested Clinrcoal Block 
FilMra. <3> Pillen fi>r ahip or eteunboal pul- 
poaos. (4) GluB Table Filial. (6) Pocket 
Flltcni. 



433. BASK:ERVILriE,R..136Newlng- 
ton Butta. 8.E.— (1> Fountuin Jas, f..p- 
Bimlc of J.t« [>l»)'iug ill grand Founlnin. (2) 
KuuiitiiiM fur Bnnli^B noil furncriM. (S) 
BlL'lnllio Fluncfs « mrniu tor Cotonrl Sit 
FroBcia Uolton, Miitropolitiio Wnlet Exmnincr. 

434^ UNXVEHSAIi VTLTER CO. 
(THE), 36 Quaaa Victoria Street. TIC.— 

L.iud^ua r..l..iil JI.^oso KUttt, 

435. OS WAIiD, W. R,, 75 Graceohurch 
Street, E.C.— <1) Water Filkra for dotnestio 
iniriKHtts. an<l Ilrisht McUllin Killi-nL (2) 
WuUirjiroor»d, Enaiaulliil, Sajiilac; FiltlDgB. 

437. BELL, ANDBEW, 18 Tib 
Lane, Uanchest«r.~-<t) FilU'ra for ntUrh- 
liijt to tiiB hou'c-Uip. (2) High-proBBure 
Filten foe atUcliiag to tlio main to ditur all 
llio wutoT onli^riug into tlio maiiil'in or mill. 
(3) Btenm Boiler Filter, pruventing iD(?rii»tB- 
tioQ. (4} Cistern Fitters for any pr&eare, higli 
or low. (G) Pocket Filtem. (6) OlUco 
Uocautti FUlcrH, jtu, 

438. ORAHAK, J. H., & CO., Great 
Eastern & Willow Street, E.C.— Fiiten. 
PtiiDO, GlftH*. Tomi C"tta, Kliftm|ilal(4l, 
Pockfl, Syphon. Rliip. 4p. All litte.1 with 
lliub pntont Iiiiprtivul f^ikib.-o Itloikd 0>nil 
whi^P IjM, arc- imuia'd) with Putfnt Ni.ii- 
curr<«iv<, 'r«|«.. 



SI. CBAIO, J. & H., Kllmamook, 
.—(1) While Etiftmellml Firorlnj Scullery 
Sink, and Wliito Fnumellt^l Fircniay Wotih- 
ing-tub. (2) Buchao'a Pnlcnt Ventilaling 
Drain Trap, (8) Buchan'a Pntenl Fireclay 
Cleaniing Stone ami Buchnn't Patunt Firotlay 
Slop Stone. (4) M^l Gnitinga. (6) Buchnn's 
AnU'-Bell Trap, with Patent Mlop Stone and 
Motal Grating complete. (6) Burliaa'a Patent 
.^oi^esa Pipe and Beit (7) Buclian'a Patent 
Greaae Trap for Kitchen Sinks, Ac. 

442. CEOUCH & JAY, HegenfB 
Wharf, Haroon Street, Limehouse, B. 
-(1) Galvi.Tiiie.1 Iruu Optn Cintcrns, (2) 
I'liinli'J Iron Open Cislcrna. (3) GalvBuiii-d 
Iron Filler. (4> Ilol-wulu'-t Ciatcm. (5) Hot- 
water Circulaling Cylinder, (fl) Circular Cis- 
l<:rci. (7) FtMHl Ciiitcrii. (8) AutootaUc SelT- 
clcanaing Cislvm. 



443. HOWIE, J. & S., HurUbrd 
Fireclay Works, Kilm&mook, K.B.— 

(1) E^a^]vIl^^ FiivcUv Cislcrna, Balha. t^iiki, 
I'irkling-tuhs, Wttah-tulia, Vs^v>>, Tni».ii. 
Brioka, and Tiles. (2) Chimney Can liit 
oaring a btow-dowa. (8) Disoonuucting Tnpt, 
Sinks, Sink-atones, and Golleya. 

444. &AUBET, «f ii.T.TAiir ^ Farring- 
don Glass Works, E.C.— <I) 01a«» ThiA* 

(2) SIo.lr.-ls and Mnterinla ose-i in thtir 
.-onBtriiPlLou. (3) Cfinenta. (4) G las* Plait*. 

(6) Mctul Fittiiigi. (6) Glass Bulla. (7) 
Supply, Overflow, and Water S(.'rric« Piiia. 
Ac. (8) Oloaa Filtera (0) Silvrml gIm 
(non-iner«urial) for mirrors and redMttqirs. (0) 
Dairy GUaa. (10) Milk Pana. (11) Cmm 
Ilishca. (13) Itt-c GInasca. (13) Prepa^ne 
Gbaai.'s. (14|ltolling-pina. (15) Poatry Pan* 

44c GLENFIKLD CO., IiimiUd 
(THE), East Shaw Street, Kilmar- 
noek.M-B. (Agi.nt,T. VTMCENTBIOH- 
'DAN, 1 Whiteley Boad, Upper Nof 
wood. SJl)— il) Slnict% 8ii«m. Wlicd, Air, 
Disc, and Ilotl Valroa. (2) Key's Patent Pn» 
anre BvdneingVaWe. (8) Ball Hyilnnt wilb 
Branch and Stand Pipe. (4) Spindle 11 tdnDta 
(5) Valve Hydrants. (6) Brmaa Ujtloock. 

(7) Kttnuedy'a Patent Wells. (B> Braaa Cockk 
(9) Preaaoro Reducing Yalre Hodel, "Ksya" 
Patcot. (10) PrcsaiircGauire. (11) PreaaM 
liL-cordcr. (12) Small KuiiDody Wutvr Meltl. 

445. SANITARY REFOHM Be EK- 
OmEEHING CO. (THE) (C. R. STE- 
VENS, M.S.A., F.8.8,, etc. Manager). 
2B2 Brockley Road, Londoa, 8.E.— (I) 
C. 11. Stuvt-QH' Paltailed Gas Grate. (2j Hol- 
walGr Apparalua 

447. UUCATHOHNE, GRANVILLB 
SHARP, 63 Queen Victoria Street, 
E.G.— ValveB and Apparalna in connertioa 
with Ihe preveation of waate of water. 

44S. PRINGIiE, ROBERT, M.I>.. Sor- 
geon-Major, HM. Indian Medical Ser- 
vice, 2 Aberdeen Terraoo, Blackbeatb, 
8.B.— (1) Mo.iel of a Tank for drinkiug-waler. 
or Household CiBtcm, for ic ' * 



Cattle Drinking Trough, for laaiDtnimng tL- 
pority of the water, and provontiof pablin 
cattle drinking troaghs becoming b mean* of 
Bpri^ading infoctiona discoaea among borKfl and 



45a MULLER, J. A., C.K, Central 
Patent OflQcee, S St. Paul's Cliurohyard, 
E.C.— Water Meter. Wutt-r-waale Prevents. 

451, HALLTDAY. J., Water Street. 
Bew Town, Manchester.— (1) High- 

Sreasnru, ai If-cleanitiuK Filter for drinkiDg and 
umoatio pnrjiOHeB. (Si Iligb-prcasnre, eoU- 
rloausing Filter, in glasa and metal, ahowing 



mmmmm 



till, aclioa of fllUT. (8) Ili},'1i-pr<38Buro, boIT- 
cluiiuiug Filter, for dualing with largo quau- 
tilltB of wntiM : for WBlerworkB of bduII villagtB 
or DuniiritrtiiriDg piirpoeoB. (4) Low-preiBure 
Filti't fnr Uoke or ciBtuiuB, with regalatinpr 
Tnlvo for iltHkliog with the reqiuied qnuitit j or 
water per Liinr. 

453. CAJSIfY, FRANCIS JAMES, 
Higlifleld. Ditton, CBinbridse.-Iiivii>it)1e 
Ci<wct. ciinaidtin|> nr a evriva vf Itngina wliicli 
turn lip lo einptv tlipniBflvi b, nitii cUteraB und 
vciililmiou abovu aud drain Udow; the whole 
iniolcwcd liy n ilmr, which in nse imets another 
di-or uiiJ (bmiB a soullory, balb-room, lavBlorj , 



Limited, Hele Cross, Torquay. 
— Tvrra Carta I'Iuiiiihb, SV>bB, t.'um.oB, Viuwb, 
Tni»i8, Wiiti-r Uuttlee, filltni, JugB, io., pluia 
and decora lul. 



idogan IroD Works, Lots Rood, Chel- 
sea, a W.—(l> rul.'iilMorlipoLiwkB, Lnt.'li«e, 
Ac. (2) Un.i.iiu.r.tal Iron Work for DHtllii,;;- 
hoiiWM. (31 Water MoterB. t4j Special 
Caatiuga For Draiuuge Purpoeea. 

45& SHARP & CO., 11 Holbom 
CircuB, E.C.— (1) VuntiUtois and ChLmncy 



M'ork. (6) Corona 1 
ptDof Solution. 

457. CWKDOEY, MESSRS., Sc CO., 
The Qrove, Orsftt GuUdfbrd Street, aE. 

—(1) Patent Bored Diul roli^hal OlaBs Cflin- 
.liTB. Turned OliuM RoUcm. Plungprs, IIuIIb. j:c. 
(3) QlnBB-liuBil Piping, Duiida nod T pitit'd. 

458. KB QRANI) Sa SUTCLIFF. 
100 BunhiU Row, E.C. (Agent, T. 
VINCENT RIORDAN, 1 Whiteley 
Boad, npper Norwood, S.E.)—(1) Abye- 
sinian and Aliaiinn Tubu Wullu and Tiinipa 
(Norton's Patent). (3) AbjHaiuian Tulw Wtlla 
(Boring luid Driving Apparatus). (8) BlodeU 
of AbvBainian Tube Wrlls and Horiionlal Mains. 
with benda and brauvh-pieoea illuBtrating the 
mcthoil of obtainiu); water in large quantitiu 
for tniruB, &c. (4) Deep Well PumpB fo 
misiag water to aurfaoe wbi-n beyond the r^arb 
iif an onlinorr lift-pump. AbTuritiian Tul>e 
W,dU: the imtho.) of driving and h»ring in 
Ll^-rBtinn. at iiit^TvaU. (-)( back 0/ Dairies in 
South UullrTy.) 

459. ANDERSON, R., & CO., Lead 
Bi Brass Works, Duke Street, LiTerpooL 
(Agent, T. VINCENT BIORDAN, 1 
Whiteley Road, Upper Norwood, 8.E.) 
—(1) Uigb-prcimin.' llib and Stop Taps. lu- 
•■•ried dxca. (3) Lavatory Tagu aud Itutb 
FittingB. (8) Copper Cin'ulatiug Cylindens, 

J4) CVipjwr linib Uoilirw. (5) Lift and FV>rce 
iHipa, (6) Kiuglo and Doable Deep Well 



460. IBLER. C. & CO., as South- 

wark Street, aB.- ArtoBiun-lKiru.! Tube 
Wella and Driven Tubo WyllB, This ayaU-in 
in the most i-tMuouical and expeilitioue fur 
ublaming uitber large or fluiall Bupplicsof pure 

46a. QUIBK. BARTON. & CO.. 61 
Qraosohuroh Street, RC— Patent Tin- 
lined Lead Pipe, absolatu Becnrlty from the 
danger of lead-poisoiiing in Ibe oonTeyance 1 >f 
water, beer, and other liqutda. (3) Patent 
Tin-lined Sheet Lead for lining ciBtema, Ice., 
for atoriug water or otlitu Uqaid fm dietetic 
purpoBBB. (8) Quirk, Burton, & Co.'b Corapo- 
silion Gbb Tubing, (4) Quirk. Barton, A Co.'b 
Laniinatnl Lead for damp nulla, danip courcoa, 
roofs. Ac. (6) Qairk, Barton, A: Co.'a Non- 
[Kiiionoua Painta. dry, and ready for nae. Also 
uiitnnfuDturera of Tea Leadi for India, Chins, 

464. COOPER. H. DUDLEY, 88 
Wimpole Street, W, (Agent, T. VIN- 
CENT BIORDAN. 1 Whiteley Road, 
Upper Norwood. S.B.)— Paleol tiliisH-liiieJ 
■ ■',[. I'iping for llje eonVL-yaocc of hot and cold 
itlcr in dwi'ltinK-houacB, hoBpitula, biewuriCB. 
c.. aa albo fur giu purpoaea. 
BABHETT & POSTER, Niagara 
Works, 26 Eagle Wharf Road, N, {Sre 

BECK et CO., Limited, 130 Great 
SuETolk Street, Southwark. SE. (.St« 
Cliw 2:1.) 



BOLDINO, JOHN, & SONS, Oros- 
joor Works, South Molton Street, W. 

BOURTREEHILL COAL CO., Drog- 
hom, Ayrshire, N.B, (Agent, BHOAD 
St CO., Paddlngtoo.) (Sit Cliui 22.) 

BOWER BARFF RUSTLESS IRON 
CO., Limited, 23 Queen Victoria 
Street, E.C. (.Srf fiia i'i.) 

CAPPER, SON, & CO., Ingram 
Court, Fenchurch Stroet, E.C. {Sro 
Clau 23.) 

CLEMENTS, JEAKES, & CO., 61 
Qreat Bussell Street, Bloomsbury, W.C. 
(S'fl Clou ai.) 

CLIFF, JOSEPH, St SONS, 2 Wharf. 
King's Cross Goods Depot, N. (Sev CUtu 
20.) 

COALBHOOKDALE CO., Limited 
(THE), Coolbrookdale, Shropshire; & 
48 Holbom Viaduet, KC. (S« ffiui 24.' 



GONOXXT, HIBMBY, Drummond 
Btreet, Hampstead Boad, K.W. (Sw 
Cluf -m. 

DOHLTON & CO., Lambeth, B.K 

(Sw Cliint -20 ) 



FARQUHAE OLDHAM FILTER 
CO. (BATEMAN & LBVICH), Com- 
hill Chambera, While Lion Court, 
Comhill, KC, (See Maehiatrg in Muliou. 
It'«fm. Jnn«,..) 

TELL, JOHN, & CO., 9 Fenohuroh 
Btreet, London, KG. (Sn C7(un3t.) 
HEBRIMO & BON, Chartney. (As 

a.i« 1-2.) 

HYQIEKIC Bi SANITARY ENGI- 
NEERING CO., Limited (THE). 23 & 
24 Charing Croes. (.■«' Chiu -ZS.) 

JENNINGS, GEOHOE, Palace 
Wharf, Stangate, B.K (Sre Cl<ii> ;)l.) 

KEITH, JAMES, Hydraulic En- 
gineer, 57 Holborn Viaduct, EC. ; & 
Edinburgh & Arbroath. (»■■ Chut 24.) 

KENT, GEORGE, 188-201 High 
Holborn- (S.v 0<e« 2(i.) 

MAETINEAU & SMITH. HoUoway 
Head, Birmingham. (!><■• t'l-.i'^ 21. ) 

MIDLAND RUSTLESS IRON CO., 
85 Dudluy Road, Wolverhampton. (See 
(.7„« 27-) 

OWEN, HENRY, Ac CO.. 82 High 
Btreet, KeuBington, B.W. (N« C/.i« 2;!,) 

OWEN, SAMUEL, 57 Fann Street, 
AlderBgaW, London, E.C. (See Cluni 31.) 

PRICE, SONS, & CO., 69 Victoria 
Street, BriatoL (.-.Vr Claw 2G.) 



U.ill 



<&V 



ilarl,.; 



Idotio: 



U'wK 



ROYLE, John J., 27-39 King Street, 

West Mftuehester. (e« Machiai^ry in jHn- 
ti.a. rr.ilrrfi Gallery.) 

8TAEKIE, GARDNER, & CO.. 24 
Albert Embankment, (.Srf CVnm 2 1.) 

BTIDDER, J. Q., & CO., 50 South- 
wark Bridge Road, 8.B. (S-.- a«« 23.) 

STIFF, J., & BON, LondoD Pottery, 
Lambeth, 8.E. (-S<^ Cl<w 22.) 

SUGG. W., & CO., Limited, Vinoent 
Works, Weslminater. (Set Clim 2i!,) 

TYLOR, J., & SONS. 2 Newgate 
Street, London, E.C. (.S« Clum 31.) 

WHITELEY, WILLIAM. 157 
Quoen'a Road, Bayawater. (Set Ctati 
23} 



CI.ASS XXIL 

(a<ulA jinnexf.) 

House Drains, their ConBtructlon Ksd 

Ventilation. — Se^or Disconnection ; 

Sinks, Traps, Gullies ; the Dispoul 

and Utilization of House RefXise. 

46s WALDRAM, JNO., C.B.. 18 
Craven Btreet. W.C. — LvDgth of oakm 
dmiu pipe, uv^r 100 yeara old, found in foDada- 
lloua oX Old UatcheU's Uol»l, PiorAdilly. 

46fiL LEPTWTCH, KALPH WIN. 
NTNQTON, M.D., 231 Kennington 
Road, 8.E.— Modpl of a Portable VeDtilaliag 
Shaft Cot Stroel Sewer Mao-holea. 

467. DEAN. BAMUEL C, Br&mber 
Road, Fulham, 8.W.— VentUaton Iht 
M'wetB, drniiiK, works, and hospital*, pnrifjin^ 
llie i;.tiea from Bfmrs, contagion from hospiuli 
mupliitic Viipora ('rom works. 

468. MASTERS, HENRY. Arcbitact, 
MaL, 18 Meridian Place, Clifton. Brto- 
toL^l) Drawing showing tlio applii-aiiou of 
tlie double chock gyateni of bnUHe ilninagv. 
(2) Fillings, &C., usud ia oanjing out Uie 
aboie ByHtsDi, vis. : main-trap, greaae cnl^^li-pit, 
rliia Cling cover, waste pipe, head and air (nlte, 
air [lipe terminals, acd tumhler sink fliuher, 
|intc[it coLnbiiiution bat; auitablo for drain tcsl- 
iiig apparatus. 

Fu^'i 

itiid t'at- Travis. (2) Owen's Qnlllts and Fal- 
Trapa (3) Builoy s Gullu« and Fut-Tniiv, 
War Office Traps, Sinks, EK-giderataia GuUiua 
(4) Ituborl's Patent Tight-Joint Pipes. 

470. HAWBBLEY, CHARLES, 80 
Great George Street, 8.W.— MeUio<l of 
tilting the i*oiii>diieiis of drains (without di*- 
tiirhiijg tlio iiilcriial amrngKiBcnla of a lionse) 
by aicauB of sir intrrJuctd ut a Hli^lit pm«un>. 
'I'ho exhibit illuatratts a house dimiti of slono- 
wnro ptp,.-s tcnniaBtitig in h lead soil piiie with 
an onliiiary nypbou trap, attached la wliiob M* 
HCCcil thu ((luting appliHDcia, cousieting of ■ 
eommnn plamlwr'srurfi'-pumpBiid two MdinnjF 
li-iiieii gaa pn-ssure gaub-cs. 

471. HOUGHTON, B., A CO., U 
Slo&ne Terraoe, 8.W.— (1) Hanghten'a Iw- 
proved Gnlly for bnth, waste sinkii, and cw 
loco draics (seif-dvaDsing). (S) Slable Gnlljt 
or Interceptor for Bolido. (3| Fat Iul«ieep((ir 
for BouUery linka (4) Varioua Traps and 
Appliunoes used by Houghton & Co. for 
carry in g out sanitary arrangements. (5) 
SpoeinK'Hs of Plumtiing Work. Joint Hnkiiig: 
&G. (0) Hangcra to Uuihh. apwiiucas of bad 
workmnnahip. (7) Dia>rninu of Uoiua 1>m^- 
ogc. aliowiug boHL-inoul plaus. 



town G1b:wcI Snnitnry Waro, viz. : Socket I'iptw, 
JundtioD*, DitH-chwi, Buncla. Rlbows, Ciivor 
Pipei, S. imd P. Trap*, Vunl Trap*. Btteet 
Gulleyt, Sfpliona. VeolilutinfC Houie-'l'mp. 
Flap-Trap Sink, Curnd and 8^uitro Double 
Junotiona. FIds LioiDtn. Ellivtuirti Trip. 
FamocB Lumps, Boilui Beating Blocks, Flue 
(jnairiofi. Grnlo Bucka, and all de^iiptlon of 
Fir« Clay Gooda. Cnirible and Oiucnl Cluya, 
g^uDc] and in lump, Ac, 

473. NOOTT, KAJOR FRANCIS 
H., Bookwood, Foj-khurst, iBla ol 
Wight.— Noott'a Pnti-nl Dmin-pipea. PlaiD 
leogibs of Doable Uuir-auckfltod Druin Pipea, 
A Double Jnnetion and one length of Ihe 
ordioaij pattern, to shon tlie mode or juuotion 
between uiu nuar puttciii pipts and tliuw of Uio 
exinUng |)att<:rn. 

474. WATTS, JOHN, & CO., Broad 
Weir Worka, BriatoL— The I'atcot Aa- 

Shyxial^r for upplj int: tbo Biiii>ku tent k 
Bfi>«tiv6 drainii, for dUinfucliug rooms, l-e-l- 
ding, I'lothing, JEc. 

475. BATTEN, WILLIAM, 160 Lo- 
Bella Rood, Birminghain. — (1) Bulten'e 
PatuDt VentllatinB Man-liolu Cover for nencn. 
with Blm blorba am) fli.-d Dirt Boies. (9) 
Uan-hote Covur tm auwors wiib rlia blocks. 
(9> VeuiiUlor with Flushing Boi, Dirt Boies, 
and Lanii>-lin1u Cover combinid. (4) Venti- 
lator with Dirt Boies and Luuipbole Cover 
oombini-d. 

476. STIFF, J.. & SONS, Londan 
Fott«ry, Lambeth, S.K— (1) Water PtltcnL 
(3) Stotiewaro Drain Pi[>as, Juuc^ioos. ticcda. 
Gulloy Trapa. (3) Interceptor Bew.r On* ~ 
plnciiog-Tnipa. (4) Wcatherly'a Wa»le-wi 
Trap. (6) Bavin's Tmp. Pipe, Traps. 

(S) Longrove's liigpeclirai Pipoa, Ac (7) 
lUin-wutof Pipe Inspeelion Trap. (8) Kilclieii, 
hoiucmaid'a, uiid hoapllal Siuka. (9) Dr. 
gopei's Drain Disinrectur: Bt«acware Ckac-t 



I. (THE), 283a KingsUnd Road, E. 
Works, Stratford, Essex ; Groby Quor- 
riea, Leiceater, — Pruing. Flower Vusun, 
Bink", bhiI other mTiiliirv uppliniiws. 'i his Pav- 
ing is also laid in Kutrance UiUI. Fisb Slarkot, 
Fub KilcLcQ, American BiU and terrace steps, 

478. BIRD, FREDERICK, & CO., 
II Ore&t Castle Street, Regent Street, 
W. — A Collection of Sanitary Iron Work, such 
oa cbarcoid ventilators, trapped gnlliea, Biish- 
itig valves, tide flaps, &a„ of improved pallema 
■j:^ designs, used lu the coDstreclion ot Be«en 
Bud boUM] (Irniuage. 

470. BIRMrKaHAM SANITAHy 
ASSOCIATION, 28 Dpper Priory, Bir- 
mingham.— Pnlt a Patent ^iJoburgb Air- 
Chambered Sewer.Trap, f^if tlie total distMD- 
neotion of booae drains froin the mnill sewer 
and the admission of fresh air tlirunghout all 
llio draini fiiod aboYo it. 



4S0. HEWEB, JOHN, 4 Bast Street, 
Xiondon Road, Leicester.— II til iudion of 
Huwagu Kufuse. Hcwi'u's prupoicd putunt pro- 
ofs for gas making from sewage deporil, with 
drawings and anull apparatus, also proposed 
tyatoiu for prevention of river pollution from 
sewago mattor by precipitation and duudoriia- 
tion (witb drawingK). 

481. HARRISSON, T. HARNETT, 
Civil Engineer, 21 Hfirrington Street, 
Liverpool.— I'Ht'iit Iiuj>ri.ivi'd Collar Joints liy 
wliitih infallible joiutd as bi strerigtb and tight- 
ness are made between pipoa of onlike mate- 
rials without alliring Iho continuity of equal 
diameter. As all joiula between eurthonwaie 
and load for sauitor; fitlings, now tbo nioet in- 
Bccure and JangeMus in dwellings. 

483. DEAN, HENRY, Wolatanton, 
Stoke-on-Trent. (1) Dulu'h rut.nt and 
Int[>roce.l Gultiea and Tr»|» of vnrioua aizcs, 
iiud shupea r..r diaoonneeliiig sink, butb, uud 
tavatuiy waativpipva, SiC 

483. GREEN. HENRT, & SON, 
155 Cannon Street, London Bridge, 
E.C. — Working Mo,iel. illt,Bl^.lMlg lining' 
of aewngo by tbu aiitomnlic notion of the 
li.lo. 

484. MC KEE, ROBERT ROBERT- 
SON. S41 Main Street, Kirkcaldy.— 
Improved (Supply and Idgolalion Appurutus 
r>r Pushing diiiiiia. 

485. LONDON SANITARY PRO- 
TECTION ASSOCIATION, 1 Adam 
Street, W.C— (1) Speciraona of Defective 
Plumbing rtmoved from London bonsof, «Dch 
aa water trupa nltbout any seal, veulilating 
pipe choked witti birds' neata. Jtc , delectivo 
connectione between sinks, ic, aod suil pipes. 



Modela of gooil Pijiea, TrB|<e, ic 

486. NEWMAN, FBANCI8, 5 ST. 
Thomas Street, Hyde.— (1) 8jpbon with 
conical enlargement to fonu seating For a valve, 
tbe object being to retain waler inn houso drain 
for the purpose of tilting the joints after being 
laid as well aa at otber times, and also for the 
purpose of flashing: Valve tor insiTtion in 
same. (S) Conoection for house drain (or 
similar purposes but without a aypbon. 

487. BOTHAMH, JOHN C, MLLCE., 
City Engineer, aallabury.- (1) Improved 
Chimney Top uad louvre Bricks uaeil in its 

4S8. CREOEEN, HUGH 8.. Bromley, 

Kent.— Pnli'nt Air Inlet Dead for the veuliU- 

)n lit house liraina. 

489. ELSTOB, CHARLES KILLS, 

181 Cornwall Rood, Netting Hill. W 

(1) Partieuliirs of a nowayatem for tho ventilB- 
tioD oF street sewera and for tlie destruction of 
aewer ^aa and disease genns in the drainngn of 
largeciliea. (2) Ptansand Elovatioosof ItiubU 



in)c»,amiTiR«l m6ataconalructcil upon eiinilnry 
|)TiDciplG«b; which no cniiLniilii>ii8 or I'fHuvia 
irom the closets. Blaba, or dniiaB can eiii:ap(> 



Villi 

Easex.— (Ij Denign for Impruvii! Gluzeii 
Kpi ft lien ware GrtflBO Inlcrccptur. (3) Oully- 
Tnji Tor kitchen aiuks. 

491. OUaH, SBNBT, 16 Austin 
FriarB, E.C.— Stoneware Pipes tiiiibititm 
the upplinvlioD o{ StanT-^TiVi jintout juitit to 
Ktnent, iltniua, nnler conJuitti. &e. 

492. WAIiIiKEt, OEOROE, & CO., 
Holland Street, Southwark Street, 8.£. 
— ^unitary and DmrnngB Appliant'cs. 

493. NORTH BRITISH PLUMB- 
TNO CO., 4 Upper Baker Street, HT.W. 
—A Sjslcm (if Cnot Iron DrniiiBpi- {■■! lumseg, 
ni intiniJuccd hj the Nnnh British Plmnbing 
Ooinpaay, inotiKljDK dmin-pipeB, diwotiiiM'tiTig 
chamber, floor, aud trap, air-tight coTerg, Ust- 
minala, bendi, Junotions. guUips, &c. 

494- NICOLXi, DONAUl, IS Buok- 
Inghan) Street, Charing Cross, W.C— 

Modula of Appomliis aduplcil for the iliten-ep- 
tiiin, ilbjiteal, and utilixntion of sewnga in onn- 
noclion with etriet mibwiija. Ij) lie aUo used for 
the pasBBgo of telegraph, telephone, and elertriR 
light nircs, pneumatia liibo-, aeparatu gna and 






* of 



I 
I 



flie or overflow b; bimting of pi |>os indvullings. 

495. COCKRHjIi, J. W., Borough 
Surveyor, Oreat Yarmouth. — (1) Moiinl 

of MovuLti: t'limliing Tank. (2) »i-»<.'r Juiic- 
lioii lll'K-k. 

496. KLNO, H., Clarence Place, 
Bigh Street, Kenalngtoo.— House Drains, 
their coDBtmirtLoii ami veiitilutioii. (1) Model 
fif Mnii-lioU' for inspection and clearing pur- 
pown, Ac. (2) Arraugunent for mic-wakT. 
fc«th-wHt(-c. ciatcrn-miBtc, and liouremnid's sink 
all to empty into an improvwl gully bcforu 
entj'riiig info main drsin. (8) Ptooeu to pre- 
vont sewer gas from entering into the house by 
Diing Buchnn's Patent Trap, and by using 
Bottine's M:ica Valve to allow a coutinital flow 
of fresu air to [lass Ihmngh the drain to above 
roof oa tested by the Auomonieter. 

497. CAITDT & CO., Limited, Great 
WBHtem Potteries, Chudleigh: The 
Uarland Terra -Cotta Works, Tor- 
rlnKtoa; The Annery Potteriea, Bide- 
ford, Sevonahiro; & 11 Queen Victoria 
Street, E.C.— <1) rtiaml Slnuenaro SauiUiry 
Tr«{>s, (I tense-Trapa, and Sewer Ventilators, also 
Hilt-buokets Tor preventing the choking of 
draina (S) Araoitmant of highly vitnonsstone- 
ware Banitury Pipes, Junctions, Ac, with Slan- 




ttitlioiit joint or oonjora. (5) Patent Eifaan 
Vmililnlora and Chimney- tops, with impnm 
ments for ereutinga pnwoifnl up-dmnehL (( 
Patent Termitials aud Blowrw f.» forcing &n 
air into buildings, sewers, and draina. 
SpecimeDB of a new kind of plain and am 
menial SanilSiry Brick, speeially frrpar^ tm 
prcpai^d clay. (8) SpMimens of a new kin 
of Paling Brick and Tile, designat, d gnnil 
vitrified, damp proof.aud nf flint-like hardiws 
(8) Spvciniens of Pacing and Omaineob 
Building Dricks of Trne Terra Cotta. (1( 
SjiecimeDii uf Archiiectuml Tt'ri» Colta. 

498. CROSTHWAITE, R, W., fici 
founder. Union Foundir, Stockton-oi 
Tees : and Paul'a Wharf, 24, S6 & 23 
Upper Thames St., and 153 Quae 
Victoria St., lK>ndon,E.C.-(l> The Stod 
ton Street Sewer Grate, enlisting of donH 
Trap and Precipitate Gl!ep|.ir coD.hined. C 
Sewer Entrance (Irale. (3) Gnlley Grate. {I 
■pool and olhor Sink-trspa. (5) Kitcfaa 



,nd Uni 



U Sink. 



JW . CLIFF, JOSEPH & SOUS. S I 
4 Wharves, Ooods Station, King's Crooi 
N.— (1) Salt Glwtad Sanitary Tubes. Jnoctimii 
Rends, and Syphons. (2) Invert and JuncUa 
Blocks. (3) Kitchen andScullerj Sinks, vardn 
Bites. (4) Dodd's Patent TmpB. (S) Ellltoa' 
Patent Air Bricks. (6) Knight's Patent CLia 
ncy Tcmiinat. (7) VbIcb' Patent Chima* 
TcrminHl. (8) Vitrifleil Stable Bricka (t 
Ttemp Proof ConrH-B. (10) Paving Til. a. nr 
ous colours- (11) Improved Grraso Trap 

500. WAD8WORTH, HEETRT, , 
SON. Patent Wheel. Aile, and Waggo 
Works, Halifax, Yorkshire. — (1) Mode 



of Uio " Wailsworth " Patent Tirping Wa^sin 

moral aud diachann 1 

and Street Refuse, (2) Mixlela 3 It 



ind Carts for the removal i 



"Wadsworth" Patent Balancing Wiitet Cte 
and Four- Wheeled Water Van. (S) Case 1 
Models of the "Wadaitortb " Patent Whee 
Hub or Rave, specially suitable for the ahgi 
Waggons or Carls or oUicra (4) SkeUthea • 
Designs of other Waggons and Carta for San 
lary Purposes. 

w. IMPERLAL BTOrraj Cl 

(THE), 41 Parliament Street, aW.— (] 
Sinks, (2> Ei^p-ohapod iBiiac .Shone's Houi 
Ejiotor Sewers. (3) Neat of Pipea for harp 
drains aud water conduits. (4) JuDotann 
6) Trap Gully Stones. (6) Street GnlUt 
(7) Spocimenaof Coping. (8)Cap«. (9) Wli 
dow Colls. clO) Window Heads. (11) Hn 
lions. (12) Tranaoniea (13) Key-rtoiu 
Steps. (14) Landings and Pariag. (l| 
Pctrosilicao for paving basement-Soors, slahle 
cowhouses, granaries, bams, oorridon, jsid 
garden paths, &c. 

502. BANNER BROTHERS & CO 

11 BiUitar Square. — (1) Diavrin™ an 
Models illuelraling tlie It^tmor System 1 



^^^«tiai 



Claa XXn. (Souih Annexe), 



■ nptilitil to ijoapitala, mitnaioiiB, 
pnblte building Jtn.. anil abo tn sttwera. 
(2} Rotating Cowl Vontilntora. (3) Tixnd 
Kinial Exhaiut niiil D<iwii Drnugbt Vunlilutors 
fur boiuua, ship*, ilraiDS. fir.. (4) Soil I'Iiid 
Tiupa ID TUBtless iron and stonowaro. (S) 
Greus-Trapa nod GuUiea. (6) Mao-bole ircin 
Coven with nir-ligbt joint, patent hollow kurb, 
SOQ. BBOAD Sc CO., Brickmakers, 

5 & 4 Boutb Wharf, Paddington. W.— 
(1) BroadiCo.'HSUggeBledSyBtcniotDoniostio 
Draiiiiige. <2) Broad & Cd.'b Imprnied Inspec- 
tion Giillj, Fat-Trap, ■mi Air Iiiluts. O! 
White EouiDt'l Cistcrni, Sinka. Milk CooloTa.&c: 
also Tarious kinils or <iully-Trnp8 and aiticlet 
ofgenenil laniturj utility. 

504. bohbtkbehilij coal CO., 

Dregbom, Ayrshire (Agents. BHOAD 

6 00.. South Wharf, Faddinstoa, W.). 
— Coileclion of White Enamtlled Flre-Clny 
Ciilenis, Battu, Dutlerti' and Hoawnuiida' Sinks 
Wnahiiif; Tub*. Slop Stones. Hoapitol and Slop 
Sinks, &c. 

505. AlfOELI,, A. T., 144 Fulham 
Boad, London.— P J If lit Aittigbt MaiiLoIo 

Corvni lUid Tip Sjplmii Triip. 

BECK & CO.. Limited, 130 Grea.t 
BuITolk Street, S.E. (. S-t Clau-ii.) 

BEIiHAM, a, & CO., Britannia 
Works, 16S Buokingbajn Folacs Road. 

(&< Clau ^4.1 

BOLDINO, JOHir, & SONS. QroB- 
V«noF Works, South Blolton Street, W. 
(Ss* ChiM 1!;VJ 

BOWEH BARFF RUSTIiBSS 
IRON CO., 23 Queen Victoria Street, 
E.C. (*f CT,«.2:i.) 

BOWES, SCOTT, & READ, Broad- 
*»ay Chambers, Wostminstor, 8,W. 
(Sm Clam 2M.) 

CAPPER, BON, ft CO.. Ingram 
Court, Fenohurch Street, ELC. {Set 
Cla- 23.) 

CLIPP. JOSEPH, & SON, 2 Whari; 
King's Cross Goods Depflt, N, (5<e 
Clan 2fi.i 

CONOLLY, H., 53-66 Drummond 
BtTMt, Hampoteod Road. {A-c Chvn 20.) 

CORPORATION OF LIVEHPOOL. 
{Stt OuUidt.) 

CBAIQ. J. & M.. Kilmajnock, N.B. 
(S« CtoH 21.) 

DBNT A HKLI.YEB, 21 Newcastle 
BtTMt, Btisnd, W.C. (S^ Om S3.) 

DOBCBSTIC ENOnraERINa AITD 
SANITARY APPLIANCES CO. 
(THE), 24 High Holbom, W.C. {S'r 
Clau 23.) 

DOULTON & CO.. Lambeth, &E. 
(8m CUf ao.) I 



FARMILOB, GBORQE, & SONS, 
34 at John Street, E.G. (Ar Chm 23.) 

HOWIE, J. & R., Hurlfold Fire 
Clay Works, Kilmarnock, N.B. (&o 

rW2i.) 

HYGIENTC & SANITARY ENGI- 
NEBBING CO., Limited (THE), 23 St 
34 Charing Cross. {.Sifi CUim 2:i.) 

INGHAM, WILLIAM, & SON, 
Wortley Fire Clay and Glazed Brick 
Works, Wortley, W. Leeds ; and 35 
Bucklersbury, EC. {Src Vla'K 2.S.) 



<iai.) 

JENNINGS, GEORGE. Palace 
Wharf, Stangate, S.E. (S'f Clat 31.) 

LAMB, J. M., Si CO.. 119 Finchley 
Road. South Hampstead. N.W. (Sre 
C/UM 25.) 

MAIGNEN, P. A., 22 & 23 Great 
Tower Street, E.G. (See C/.im 21 ) 

MANCHESTER CORPORATION 

(THE), Manchester. (.S. (7<i«-.'a) 

MIDLAND RUSTLESS IRON CO., 
35 Dudley Road, Wolverhampton. (Si-e 
Ch,» 27.) 

MANUFACTTJREB8 AND MILL- 
OWNERS' MUTOAL AID ASSOCIA- 
TION, 6 The Sanctuary, aW. (Se U»l- 

CHAMBEUa MONNERY, & CO.. 
41 Bishopsgate Street Without, EC. 

iSon.i>.->H.) 

NATIVE GUANO CO., 29 New 
Bridge Street. (.■■Va OtitritU-i 



PHILLIPS, W. at SON, 10 Baker 
Stroet, Portman Square. W. {.S"! (.v.u'»20,) 

POCOCK, ALPBED WILLMKB, 
Cadogan Iron Works, Lota Road, Chel- 



fCtlU. 



21.) 



PBIBSTLY, MRS.. 17 Hertford Street, 
MayRiir. {;ie« Ct^w 25.) 

SHARP, HENRY, JONES, & CO., 
Bourne Valley Pottery, Poole, Dorset. 

'■;«(.-/«« 23.) 

STIDDER, J. a., St CO., 50 Boutb- 
wark Bridge Boad, aE. (.Sr^ Oaf 2.3.) 

WEST CENTRAL SANITARY EN- 
GINEERING CO. (THE). (W. HMEA- 
TON. Senior Manager). 7 Drury Court, 
Strand, W.C. ;;;,.■ f 7/im 23.) 

WHITEajEY, WILLIAM, Qum 
Boad, Bayswater. <.8« Clouia^ 



Oi- xxin. 



i 

^B ci^e xxni. 

^^ViUer and Euth CloseU, Asta Closeta, 
^VCommodes. UrlnaJx. Diamfecttng 
^V Powders and Fluids, Inaect Des- 

Hf 506. BOWSa BCOTT, & READ, 
^Broadway Chambers, Westminster. — 
(1) Flaahiag Culero. Gtu-d with Fields 
l'BteDt8elr-AetiagSj[<hoD(iDoi)d), (S) I.IUO 
Onllon FlubiDK CbUm, fitted wilh Field's 
I*steat Bolr-Ai^uig AdddIu tSjphoii for Siub- 
ing dimhu <ritfa bath or el««r water. (3) Cut< 
ifiD Fisld'i PsteDt Self-AcUng Fliub Tant 
(4) Eutbenwara Reld'* Paleut Stlf-Acling 
FtiuhTknk. (B) Boaea,&(Mtt,&Bead'Bl' 
Kiiainellal Earthenware Latrine, filled 
FivM'i I'atont Self-Actine Fliuhiog Cii 
(6) IJowca Sooti, A RfaJ-» Paleol CM _ 
Lotrina. (7) Bowca, ScolL, A Bud's Paleot 
Hiilt^luol karthenaam Latrine. (8) Three 
■i»s •>/ field'! PaI«Dt BeirAcling Atinular 
firpboiiB (coHil-irtm and atoaevare) for building 
iut«)iri.k chaiubon fur flushiag Mwcn. (8) 
VUfnea, 9aM, k Bead's Patent Seir-Acling 
Tniugh I'rinal (eDaowll'id eaJllieQWare). 

507. 8HAAF. H£NBT J0N£8, & 
CO., Boume Valley Works, Poole, 
Dorset.-(l) Sewer Diamiitioclora. <2) In- 
Itiriviilirig and Venlilaiina ScWL-r Traps, 
Hr|>lini.«.8iliKTrai,e,ii]idGiiUiui. (3) Kock 
Cuurrotu Tubes fnr large buhfltb, cooduita, 
Weill au>l wnler-taaka. (4) Newman's Fatenl 
Twting and Fliuhiug Siphon. (5) Glaied 
Kritk.. 

508. ITYOIENIC AMD SANITAHY 
EWOINBBaiNO CO., Limited (THE,, 
as Ac S4 Cbaring Cross, London. 
{!) Modd Uwulliug. .Iiowi.ig -U.jiiur*" 
Maiiltury |jj*t«iii oinipluto lbiim;^)jriut, us 
I'Hrliul ODt by tliii Uonipan;. (8) U^isttirs 



3aT^S» 



I>iil«[it Saf.^* Itall Valv<«. Bib Taps, 
TupR and iJnlotu. 18) BiuterB Impnivul 
A'lUiiimtln llraiu Flinhct. (4) BotklB Patent 



riit.._ . , 

Tui<k<ir'*()nia«> InlerceptingTmpiiror Dr^ni 
(S) Svveral Hostel's Vn-Uaii Joinis (ui drain, 
■oil or rain wstvr, also I'hicii sud Palcut 
V-nliUt-rs for -101111.. Ap, (7) EJoslels Patent 
llriicliU'ii Kiwliinr Watirr C'loiX'ta, Urinal^ and 
HI'ip F<lnk«. (8) Coiumodo for iuvitlid. 

coo. EMANUEIj, a., ei SONS, 63, 
se s 67 Uary]«bone I^ne. W.— (1) 
Hl»*Ullli... in Valvo Water ClwKta (8) Soat- 
ociion Hyi.lion Wntcr-wMlo FruTentar, and 
Wi.t.-r-»o.te ProYcnioni for othur Clow^U. (S) 
lTriii~l« oud Swing IJcxtf A.?tiou Urinal. (4) 
Hi.'HklriK-tiilwKluin«. (6) Evorr duwription 
of I*»at«rj, ,,„4 pi„„|^r»- U«a« Fittings. 
VvHwJ'"' ."""■8n» of Cabinet Stands and 



£ 



w'll^. (HAYWABD) ft CO.. 
™ "'WtocroM Straet, London, 



K.G — (1) Hajnid Tyl«» A Ctt'a 

Mnlal Flosb Valvelen Cluaet. (8) tenitari 
Befonp Valve Cloaet. (3) HawanTs Patent 
Kew River Syphon CisUm. or Waler-waalc 
PnfTenter. (4} Chuidler's PaleulCoort Bappl* 
Ciaitn. (6) Uajrwatd Tyler 1 Ov'a Improved 
Wata-waelo Prereoters. (8) •■Bramafa" 
pattern aerew-dnva VaJree. (T) SBleoUon d 

Fittings, 
supply. 

511. WABITEB, JOHN, & BONB, 
Cresoeot Foandry, Cripplegate, B.C— 

(1) Lfltham » Was's Tinjprrluj; Tub«. (2) 
Copper Cuoking Ctensjis. (3) Water Fittinn 
— Cirtemi, Batba, Laralnriu, Water OmIi, 
Inialid Clnaela, Pumps and PiunpiBc 
Macbiaery. (4) EitiDPtoors of Fire, (S) 
Heating Apfuntiu. (8) CosU for VeoUla- 

513. HC CALLOM. J. B., Muniei- 
pal Offlces, Blackbam. (Agent, T. 
VINCENT BIORDAN. 1 WTiiteley 
Hoad.DpperNorwood,aE.)— (1> Watu^ 
Closet Cistern, poll a,-iioa. (3) WateM:inM:t 
CUtem, seal action. (3j Watei-Cloa«t Baain. 
(4) Wat«r-Clci»et Stat. 

513. GHEOOHY. THOBtAS, Clap, 
ham JimcUon. aW.-(l) Shrt-wsbury Tip- 

pi-r Flusbing Wal.T Cloaet, wilh Hopper Paa 
(3) The BHme nilh Swau-ncct ILiaiii, holding 

U iu, X tt in. area of wuter. 

514. DOHRETT, ANTHONY, Sonth- 

sea — The E^eBtaior Silent Uydraiilio WnW 
Closet, FlmJiing Apparatus, with perfcutli 
antomalic nelioa, bas portable eeot, Uitw bd- 
cloiuro easily disiofected, eistcni alw»n oaMl 
wbile appuatua nl rest, filU noi»,le«,f, dtnCj 
u«i: 2 gallon flush certain, const»ut flaw tnh 
IKBBibto, positive waste preventer, free ttra 
Bprin(,-«, cannot got oat of order. 

516. DALE, H. P., & CO., Baar t..,. 

Bouthww;k. SJL-Palcm Water ClowtawS 

Fluabing CiBlcms. — ~>» hh 

517. BOBERT8HAW, JAMES. 3*5 
Simpson Street, Angel Street. B^tUli 
Road, Manchester. -{1, ViiUnX^r^ 
Dividablo Ci.,B.t. dry P'ul s/aleoT (Si R^S 
Window Blind Furniture. '^nT^^^^^'^X 
Tap tor steam, wstiT, or gas. » ■ w" 

518. WHITELBY, WTLUAJt 1« 
Queen's Boad, Bayawat«r._<i71^p^ 
Hushing CiBttm for uriouL ,%-. |-,i!— j 
Baths, Sinks. Closet ApparaiV U.^^ 
Basins and Euclosurea. (3) Asw.rlnwmt il 
Plumber's Work. (4) Impiwvea Tr»M siS 
GullfTrapa (6) Iroproved Metho.1 of CetnaK 
Facing Tor eltenial or inlental walla. 

510. SyEH, MILTON. 86 Hye r,-™ 
Peokham. — I'utout imptovixl VuvSHSr 



Bii]ipli«l to U.M. Nnvy, bcapiula, n.HueiotiB, 
anil dwelUog*. (1) CnpilUryHun Ounti Tor 
HelineU or cilboT bcad-g'-u, cootltig (b; svspu- 
niiion) the nil snrrouniliiiE tbe nock and bni^k 
ft bund, thui redncinK tbo uhuieea nf *un- 
BlTuke, utiii uddini; KTi-oitly to tbe romt'ort of the 
vciiet. (2) Fall-sixe Bidsteud, Bed Oovvrtct 
nnd PUUm. Uir nrabulsnoa nr doinealio mu. 

' The wh'itn pocks iii n tube R ft. 8 in. loci; by 

9i in. diameter, and w«ii;hB onlj a few puuiida 

I The mutt portnblo and c<iia|inct rorm of bed- 

p Rtekil nod bedding ever diivisid. 

E 521. WALLER, THOMAS, 48 Ptah 

~ Street HiH, E.C. ; & The Orove, South- 

' -nrilT-V H-\ Pul^nt Vi.nHliiliiiiT Walnp niim. t 



C'ltuiilclfl, to \ie •opD io sctiuD. 

523. JXUTNTNOS, OEOBQE, F&Uoe 
WharT, Stangate. Lambeth.— (1) Jcuumn 
C.lrnt Iiiiprtm'iiAiila in Wutcr CloieU. (2) 
■1 tir Portiiblu W.-C. (3) Thu ViUvo W.-O. and 
Triip, in una pinw nf WJirc. (4) The Tmplesa 
^'ll1vo W.<;. (6) Tbe Tmupcd and Trapleu 
Itmmah VuIki W.-C. (0) Tbo Wiiah^Kil Mon- 

ktj Vl.-C. (7) Tlio S«t-octir>n W.^. (8j 
Tbo Dfior-aclioa W.-C. (9) The WMto.|ip. 
vciitiug nrmncomout (or W.-C. (Id Vaoom 
fcirros of llrimj AppnmtOB. (11) Jeoning*' 
PiitpQt BcbonI LnVBtorioa, CloeotS, W.-C.. UuJ 
impnivcd saniliirj nppbaticcs tor wIxmU. 

533. SHANKS Sc CO., Tubal Poun- 
dry. Barrhoad, nr. QIasgow. — Water 



powerful diabifectont oYory time the W.-C. U 
ee-l. and Potfumeil and otLor Diainfi-ctaDte or 
the Ktrongost power. 

WOOD, JAMES, 4 Bladud 
idingB, Bath. — I'lrtubla Dlsiufectiog 



BuSdi! 



TlONC 



. MANCHESTER CORPORA 
TfOiT (THE), Manchester.— (1) Modi-l ..f 
Vobicle for tlie c»ll<vlioii of excreta pnila uDil 
house refuse. (S) Uodcli of Apparatus for 
nuinuru taring excreta, oto., into Hsricbestc: 
ooDcentraled toumro, eompriiing CoumntrBtnr, 
CondtMuor, Exbuuiitvr, and Agitator. (8 J 
Model of SpcciuJ Boiler for gc^orating ktinJu, 
wlaptallbrib'.'eonsauiptiouorDouw refuse. (4) 
Uoduls of Macbiner}' [or manufacturing btivke 
from boose tvfuK, onrnpriaiog Brick Press. 
Disintcgntor, Elevator, and Qrinding Mill. 
(6) SiunpleR of Mortar, Bricks and Briiknoik, 
Oil. CaDdlea.CoDceDtniled Manure, and Cement. 
madu &om bouse refnse. (6) Msnobester 
Cinder-Bi/ting Cloret. (7) Oomraodt*. (8) 
Gnlvanizcd Bteel Exorela Pails and Covers. 
(8) Model nf Manchi-sler Street - sneening 
Huchiue. (10) Drawings of Sonitiir; Wnrks. 

535. SAINT HELENS, MATOR & 
CORPORATION OF.— A fullest-.! u " " 
of a pair of L-liiHi:la upon thu pull and tub 

536. LONDON PATENT AUTO- 
MATIC DIsnSTECTOK CO. (J. K^INT, 
Manager), 68 Queen Tlotoria Street. E.C. 
— Antitmnlic Diniii foci oca iitUobed to watcr- 
eiuMls, [or fluiibiug tite pipva and driLina with 

VOL. XVIJI. 



529. NICHOLLS, RICHARD, 288 



530. DENT & TTTTT. T.VKK, 21 New- 
castle Street, Strand, W.C— 1 1) Plnraben' 
I'nips. (2j (ir. nsoTmiM. (3) Drain Traps. 
(4J Itatha. (5) Sinks. (6) Water Closets, 

531. FABMILOl!, THOMAS ft 
William, Rocbeater How. Weatmin- 
star. — (1) Valvo CloBeiii, Wash-out CloMl, 
Pum]»i. (S) Luvtttor; BaiiiuB and Urinftla, (8) 
Ptunibcis' aud Euginetrrs' Branswoik. (4) Pa- 
tent Syplion ValvoleBS Watur-wastu Preventer. 

532. OWEN, HENR7, & CO., 82 
HJeh Street, KenBlngton, aW. — (1) 
Owen's New Patent Oblique Valve VcQlil sting 
Clooel. witb automatic actioo to valve (basin 
trap and overflow combined). (2) Slonowara 
Trap aud PoroL'laia Buxin. (3) Water-waate 
Preventive CislerUB. (4) Owen's PstentSlngla 
Flushvent and overllow combined. (6) Galva- 
nixod CUtom. (6) Cast-iron Cistern. (7) Cast 
iron Cistern, with sypbon and automatii 
action to lever. (8) Tip-up LavBlJ^rf, Urimil, 
or BIop-Biiik combined, litted complete for bot 
or cold snpply. (9) Oaen's Patent Surruoe 
Gully and Fat-Trap combinad. 

533. ■WEST CENTRAL BANITART 
ENQINEERINQ CO. (THE), 7 Drury 
Court, Strand, W.C— (1) Viiiv.- Wa-h^lUt 
Wdtcr Ciitettrt. (2) Improved Water Clo«(>l, 
nitb allor-lluBti. (3) Cinicenleil, Folding, and 
otber Urinate. (4) flushing Wnter-Cloaot 
Tank, with Flectrio Indicator. (5) (<peouil 
Specimens of superior general Plumbers' Lead 
Work. 

534. STIDDEB, J. a., ft CO., 60 
Southwark Bridge Road. B.'B. — (1) 
Htidder's Patent Sluice Valve, for gas or 
water. (2) Removable RtuEBog-bol for pack- 
ine Ibo glande of eluict) and otber valve 
epindles. (S) Frost-resistine Stand Pipe. (4) 
Hydraulic Ball Valve. (5) Wasb-un Bink. 
(8) Itatb Water Waate Preventers (7) I btu- 
tory witb euclneure fitted with Shampoi^ing 
Apparatus. (8) Stidders Patent Twin Venti- 
lating Stoneware Drain and Soil Traps. (Q) 
Stiddur's Patent Fat or Grease Trap. (10) 
Btidder's Patent School B-ord Pattom Drink- 
ing Fountain. (11) Stidder's Patent Fire 
Hjdrant Street Box and C<i\et. (12> Stidder's 
Patent Elbaust Cowls. (IS) Smoke Ejector. 
(14) Fresb Air inlet Mica Valve. (16) 
StiUder's Patent Closets, Sinks, Urinal^ &b. 



aas» XXUI. (Etui Annexe), 



I 



536. SHAHF Sl CO.. II Molbora 
Circus, B.C.- (1) Tlie Banner Patent Water 
CliwI. (2) HbipCIoneU. (3) EarUi CloaeLg. 
(4) KliH^lric BtllB. (6) DigiufectiiDtii. (6) 
umiuitgu Systooi. (7) 'ILomiu Bojiu'e Vcn- 
titulora. 

537. "AnSTIN" ANTISEPTIC CO. 
(TH£). 61 Wool Exchange, Coleman 
Btreet, E.C.— (I) Th» Aiutiu'e Automatir 
Vhaliini: Biid AntiSHfitu: Tauka. (B) Auatin'i 
*F(in>us" Diainfiictur for iixerj drKiipliau of 

lITalor-waite Pteventen or uther CifUnii: no 
Ixiii); mjuiml. (3) AuBtiii'a Auturptiu Dis- 
Infei^or. 

538. BOWER BAEFP RUSTLESS 
N 00.. Limitod (THE), S3 Queen 

Victoria Street, E.C.^l; UraiLiui'MtAl nini 
Art Ml-Iii1 Work. [3) Hot Wuut pipe* 



(4) 

PI|K«. Trepp, &c. (4) W.-C, "Filtinci (Bj 
XmikiiiRStoniiBitil UteiiBilB. D^l<!r«, ^. (7) 
VktuT PiptB and Fillings. rilUr ana Meter 
CMtingB. (8) Vi-ntilatlng Brick* and Oraliw : 
''I ruiiileTcd ruBtltai bj tbe Bower DailF pn>- 

539. BOLDIKO, JOHIT, & SONS, 
QroBvenor Works, South Holton Street, 
W.-(l) Valvi. Waler CUi*l*. (2) Wnltr 
U'aslo I'revcuters. (3> Eartliuowaru WaU^r 
Cloat'tB. (41 Water CIrxiet with Boat acliou. 
(fi) WuUt Cloact to work with Lho door. (6) 
Waller Cloact, vith trap aliova fluur level. 
(7) PorUble Wster Cluaela. (8) Ckiuunuik'B. 
(0) EartlicDwaie, Bnamullod bun, and Blaie 
Utioali. (10> Mr. Oiir» Patent Urinal. UrionI 

FTsI<e>, Ac. (11) Ball VbIvob. (19} Bib 
Vftlves. (IS) Hot Water Cocks. (14) Copjwr 
fiunKe Bath. (16j Euainelled Iron Plunge 
Bath, (IS) BalJing'8 Pateol Bottle Trap 
(17) UraoD L«ail Trapa. <18) HaDdmaJo 
TmgiB (18) Kartlioa»are Galley Trapa. 
(20) Fire HfdranU. (21) fire Cocki, Huae 
I'iuei uiid Hose Unioiu. (22) VealilalorB. 
(23) Inlot Valvo. (24) Pipoa for Ventilation. 

540. CAPPER, SON, & CO., In(rram 
Court, Fenchurcti Street, Iiondon, E.C 
—(1) Puarton'a " Twin Baein" Water CIoBute. 
Ittttil with Jones's Joint, for oonnncting the 
eloHvt with the Boii pipe. (3) Pearwrn's 
Waler-eooaamlKing Cloeets. (3) Ventilating 
CowU. (4) Bower's Patent Sawer Gas Trap, 
for Binks, batln, lavatory haiins. Ac. (5) Water 
Fittings, BatliB, Lavatot; Appa/alus, Sinks, 

541. BECE & CO., Limited, 130 
OreiLt SiiGTolk Btreet, Bouthnark, liOa- 
don. aE-<l) Sluice ValvoB. (2) StauU- 

for SUeet Watering. (3) Hji' 




1 and powet 



Water Waite PreTenlen. (7) Oitn omUIw 

iron Fire Coi ' -■ ■ - 

Ikli's Palcnl 

anil Bib Cocks for OMUiti 

Piinipd of various kinds [1 

Hose and Filtinge (or same 

543. FABldLOE, OESOROE. I 
SONS. 84 St John Street, E.C.— (1 

LVxjpitr's I'atent Anciican Gun Metal Bit 
Sbip Kineo, Bath and I.aintor; Valvts, wili 
potcQl tibn.' soatings [or hot (ir cold watijr am 
liiKh or low pniaaiirc. (S) I*at«Dt Wasio-pr 
VFQling Cutona. (3) Tbe Patent Bcs Wale 
CluBot. (4) Dq Hois' Patent Amenott diswt 
Ix'ad Traps and benda Tor soil pi|ws, ainli 
balh WMtcB, laTnlor; waatea, fto. 
^ 54J. BOAKE, A., & CO., 8ti«tfi>Ri- 



■■')■ 



:aiur«cltiuts (liquid iw 



544. PARKER. JOHN, Woodstock 
Oion.— <1) Pttiher's imjirovfe.! Drj Bull 
CluK't, self-octiup. (2) Puik^r'a Improtn 
Ash Clowl. teir-Actiug. (3) I'riitU ami Ulm 
tfDlioui of UloeetB. 

545. LAW80N & DONKUT. Trlnilj 



Ch ambers, Boumemoutli. -. 



11 E:iV 



,l.d Wlil 






A Paled' 



546. HOWARD, EDWARD. NorfbU 
Steam Works, 34 Upper QloneestM 
Place, N.W.— (I) SaolVt Imjirovod Dupta 

Ventilating Lid and Automatic Flnabcr, l<i 
water elosetl and sinka. (S) BulliTanl'i 
patent aii-tiglit and DoiseleBS BUdiug Sad 
Wiudoi', with improved amugemeiiU (« 
ctivniiig and reglaiiug. (3j 'Warhunl'i 
Piitent Automalio Draughts Prevenicr, ta 
houee doon, railway carriage doon, and <>«' 
meut windows. (4) Warhurst'e auMBsUi 
Locking SoBh-fiLstener. (S) Warburat's Anlt> 
malic U>cking Spring Latch for doors. 

547. BLUNDELL, O, T.. & CM, 
West India Road, Limebonae, S.— <li 

Blundell's Palt-nt Double- and Single-valteJ 
Water CUioet. <2) Uluiidtll'e Pal<jnl Duplei 
(qunilniple acting) portable Fire Knginea, 
^48. SANITARY APPLIANCE Ctt 
(■iTTii!), 4 St. Ann's Square, UancheoiBr 
— Modul of Morrcll'B Patent B<^-Aetii| 
Oinder-biiftiug Aah Closet. The Closei m^M 
use of UouBchold Ashua for aanilarT pnipon 
by separHtiug the dust from the ciuiuits, a do* 
of asb-diut being delivered over the aoll •■ 
each UBe of Ihs cloeet; tbe sifted oindvM fit 
at the rear. A perfectly iooiloniua oloaet i: 
secured without any extra attention whnteno. 
ug. NESS & CO., DaFliii£;toik.— (11 
" "rhyino-Cresol " Diainfecling Fluid, "Thrw 
Cicsoi" DisiDfeotanl, Deoduriaer, oatiseptieaDi 
insecticide (non-poisonous and non-oonodTB) 
A mixture of the most powerful disinfeotaali 
contains, with others, Tbymol, PhenDl, am 
Cresol. (2) " Thymo-Cresol " DiaLsTeetiX 



550. QIBBS, D. & W., The City 
Soap Works, Iiondon, KC; and Abbey 
Cbemioal WorKs, Btratford, K— (1} Clou- 
njntmUd Curboliiled Crensnls Di sin recti UK 
Fluid. (S) Aphis Wash Fluid InBooliolde. (8) 
Cienanto fciid Sulphur ShiH-p Din. (4) Non- 
coriiHiive BoiltiT Ftoid. (C) DuinrectinR and 
Mnlirated Swipa—llard, Soft, and Toilut— 
(V»il Tar, CBrtmlic Acid, Curbonio Crccwotei, 
JiiQipir Tar, gulpliur, ic, Dog Soap, Ac. 

551. SPRATF8 PATENT, Bomumd- 

sey.— Disinfectant Soap, for drBtiDjiug lice 
and other vcnnia inrcBting the akin. 

553. CALVERT. T. C, ft CO., Brad- 
rord; & Manchester.— (1) Cnrliolio Acid or 
l'hi-ni.1, nml DiaiaFwliiip PnwderB. (3) Toilet 
]U'quij<iIc.K or xauilury value. 

553. JirYES' 8AMTTAEY COM- 
POtJNBB CO., Limited (L. HAKE- 
MAlf, Manager), 43 CsJinon Street, 
E.C.— (!) Jcjee" Potfoot PuriUtt Disinrpctaut, 
iion-poi«oiioiu and noii-comieiTo in iite. (3; 
Jejea' Banltary Powder. (3) Jey™' DiiiDfect- 



T. KIKOZBTT, F.LC, F.C.a, Managing 
IHrector).— (1) " Saailoi "' Diniafecting Fluid. 
(S)"Saiiltaa"I>i<iliroi;tingOIL (3)"8anitB8" 
DidLnfeoting Emnliton (nuliaeptios, disinftc- 
tnnta. oiidanla and ait-purificre). (4) " Sanitaa" 
DiBinreetine Powdar. (D) "Sanltaa" Soapa 
and Koap Powder, (8) "Sanitaa" Vaseline. 

(7) "Koailas" Diaiafecting Famitare Cream. 

(8) " Baaitat " Antiseptic Qaaia (B) " 8ani- 
tn»" ToUet Fluid. (10) "Sanitai" Tooth 

Powdct. (11) ''^■'''"'"'''''''^^"'"''"- (^^' 
"Sanitaa" DiiinfFOtiti'^'' Fumigalor aud Vapo- 

555. STHONS, H. O., 3 O«orgs 
Street, Bla^kfHara Rood. —(1) Wind->w 
and Venetian Blind Adjiutmenl by a Coiled 
Cord-llrcnk. lo flulen in dot by bnnil; or by a 
weight acting automuticnlly. (8) Water Waste 
I'rovenling and Fliubing Cislcrn. The valve 
cannot remain open and tho Belc-Broak times 
the closing of the valve to reRnlato the water 
antcniatically. Bpccially soitable for tenement 
dwellings and workuhop urinals. (3) Anlo- 
niatic Break, applied direct to ordinary water- 
cloe«t8. to BTold the eipcnae of removal and 
replacement of pi|ica or vulvts, 

556. 8HILTON. ALFRED J.. P.C.8., 
40^ Paradise Btreet, Birmingham. — 

AfGuitan. a (it'wdtBiijfiH.'tiuil fluid, Bbich does 
not atuin and is free from srucll. 

557 . " C HLOROZOrre " PLUlDe 
CO. {THE}, Albert Embankment, Lam- 
beth. S.B.— ^1} "Chlorowine" (ir^al 0\y 
gi-naling af^at-mm-fioiKinotu. (2) " Elirflka," 

u Cleau«iii^a(H? Saaitary Fluid. 



}. UACKEY, MACKEY & CO., 
3 Bouvorie Street, E.C.— (1) Diain- 

its ohliunol from oal tjir; — AI«oluta 
Phenol. Carbolic Acid, Carbolle Soap, Cresjlio 
Aci.l, Coal Tor Soap. (8) Disinfectanti from 
vcgotfthlo sources :— Teti-bene, Creosote, Turp- 
cnline, Pyroligneona Aeid, Uhnreoal. (8) Dia- 
infeetanfa lioin Miuerul sources ; — Sulphnimis 
Acid, Chloride 'of Lime, PermanKanBte of Pot- 
ash, Sulphate of Iron, 8ul|'hute «f Cc^per, 
SulfihateofZine. Chloride of Zinc (4}8peciB) 



■Salicjlio Acid, BoracicAcid, Borax, 
Thjmol. MeuUiot. 

oSo. SANITARY PAPER CO. (THE). 
30 Bury Btreot. London, E.C.— (1) Pure 
Sanitary Paper in rolls 5 iudics wide and 



500 f 



I patent euttcr 



rordelocLing with facility any length of paper 
roqiiiri'd. Tho paper is healthy and eonnomi- 
cal ID use, and wull-a<)it]>led for the Boudoir, 
Dre»aiag-r>ioni and Lavatory. 

S6i. CONDY & MITCHELL, Li- 
mited (ALEX. D. MITCHELL and H. 
J. BOLLMANN CONDY. Joint Ma- 
nagorB),e7-eBTummiUBtreet,KC.— (1) 
Coiidy'a Fluids for fanilnry purification and 
d lain foot I ou. (2) Condy'a Ozonii&l Water. (3) 
Condy'a Kenitdial Fluid. (4) Condy's Health 
Powder. (6) AFit.)ntatio Diainfeelnr. 

56a. BILLING, H. J.. MJJ, 61 
Cannon Street. KC.-Dr. Billiug'a Thymul 
Disinfectant Fluid. 

563. PJEW CARBOLIC SANTTAEY 
CO., Limited (THE), London Works, 
Hackney Downs Railway Station. ("W. 
ADAUB, Joint Manager).~VBriouB Dis- 
iufceliug PoirderB, Fluids and Soaps. 

564. HEIHE, J. R., IS Abchurch 
Lane, E.C.— Disinfecting Fluid, called -'Antl- 
M icrobe." 



566. DOMESTIC ENOINEERlNa 
AND BAiriTARY APPLIAHCBS CO. 
(THE), 34 High Holbom, W.C.~(1) 
Tho Oxford Wash-out Closet and Blae^ RIeel 
BuBllcHS Slop Tray. (3) The Oxford S-galloii 
dii«et action Steel Flush Tank for rloseta. (3) 
Tho Oxford Preaa Down Valve Closet with 
sjiUDia] Tent and enamelled steel slop bay. (4) 
The Oxford 3-galloii Automatic Steel After- 
fln«h Tank for Valve Closet (6) The Oxford 
Dikinfecting Fluid. (6) The Imperial Soil- 
pipe Eittsctor Ventilator. (7) The Imperial 
Soil-pipe F.xlrnetor Ventilator, with 7 ft steel 
shaft. (8) Tho Imperial Soil-pipe Extiaetnr 
Ventilator, with 7 ft. stc«l shad with Trapped 
Rain-water Head. (9) The Oxford Waate- 
receiver, Belf-cleaiismitt ''i-ruj, Vst -m^s^-w™ 
water uvt**, &«.. ^W> "!"<« '*^^'^, . 



568. UcDOUGAU/ BROa, 10 Mark 
XiOne, KC — (1) Ciu-bnltc riDd SulpbiirL>uB 
DiiiDre"tanU (Mo Douunira pateritsj, id jiOW- 
dcn. fluids, and toaps. (2) Carbolic Ai'id (vtiTi- 
oua), rrfatal and Uqiiid, for iuL>dical, BHiiitar;, 



(4) CaiboUo Insect aai Wmatecl'mg 

(5) Cnrbolic FumlKHtor ^si'ir-aoting) Tor housc- 
hnlde, to deslroy lureotioiia gnrnis. (8) Rul- 
pliuroua Fnuiigiilor, to gLntrato sul[ihui..uB 
ruiiiL'S «Uli.,ut fire or aanw. 

569. BRITISH PATENT PEKPOR- 
ATED PAPER CO., Limited (THE), 
la Long Lane, West Bmithfield, E.C.— 
IVTiomltd TuiU-t Papur io rulls (smiitBry 

iwpul). 

wo. NATIONAL CHEMICAL CO. 
i'nLE), 39 Suflblk Orove, Qreat BuiTolk 
Straet, B.B.— Chloriito uf LImu in waterproof 
pocliugra; Eur-ligtit aail wlourUaa. Sutciully 
prepared for home trade and export b neut, 
cltun an'! cmvouiuul for ii>e, retuios its Btrcugtli 

571, SUTTON. JOHN MAULE, 
ICD., M.R.C.P., Hoy Lake, Cheahire.— 
(1) AppanluB f™ drjing eicreta aiij urine. 
(S) Dr. Muuiu Sultnn'B Diaiufecling Tripo.] 
Stiind, ne>'d for disiufacting dwi-lling-liooBuj 
aud moou witli eulphur. 

572. CLUTTERBUCK, aEORQE, 12 
Queen's Road, Feckham, B.K ; and 
Aahbumliam Road, Oreenwloh, S.E. — 
(1) An Iu.prove.1 Waler-wiiBlo Praveutfr. (2) 
Clattorbnck'B Cliemiral Cloaot Cleaner, a auni- 
tary dlBinfectant. 

_573. DOUOHTT, J., & CO., 121 
WestminBter Bridge Rood, S.E. — (1) 
Carbolic DiBJiitei'tiiia Fodder and Fluid. (2) 
Eiii'nlri.tow)ue Ui-iiifectiiig Fluid. (8) Euea- 
lyplozoue Toilet Soap, &e. 

574. WHIEEKBR, JAMES. 100 High 
Street, HiVacombe.— PiiKiie. A nev de- 
viTliipmi'iit of llie lijgieiiic virtues of Plqp Tar, 

troviding for Llie first time in tUe history of 
ygictie the entire (^up of its volatile, air- 
purifying hjdrocorboni in a oonditiou readily 
luiMiible will] water, and proving highly uiefid 
ua UQ AtmoBpheric Purifier and elegant unti- 
Beptio for the bath and general toilet purpoeee. 
57t HARTrrrS CRIMSON SALT 
CO. Limited, 61 Foregat« Street, Wor- 
cester. — Iliirtiu'a Criuibon Hulr, u deodoriatr 
Bud B dlBiufeolant ; aelB by the evolution of 
nuceiit oiygen when io coalact with orgatiio 
matter and thereby completf ly deet roy > the offen - 
rive BTid dangerouB charoctor of eurh matliT. 
!nilg propBTMioa bj reason of ila ooneoulralcd 
fbrai, it eaoable of extraordinary eiteuniua 
/□ WMler, «□(] mu readily be used in ila nuwl \ 
••• fiitailition, oaoiclj-, when recently bruugUt 



into solutinn. Owing Io apecinl tneKtment in 
ila manufiiptnrit it diasolve* witli gnnt npijily, 
nnd can at nil lituta W dopeuded upon Tor can' 
dition aud purtty. 

BATEMAN, WILLIAM H.. 90 Can- 
non Street, E.C. ; and Nelson Wliarf. 
Millwall, K (iJt* Om, 28-) 

BRADFORD. T. St CO., 140. 143 

High Holbom. W.C— (&* Machiit^n, ia 
M,.lwn, HVWim Gulltry.) 

CHESBBBOUaH MA.NTJFAC?nrR- 
INQ CO,. 41 Holbora Viaduct, London. 

E.C. (.-;-- a,u«ai.) 

CLIFF, JOSEPH, & SONS. 2 "Whart 
King's Cross Ooods Depot, N. {liee CLim 

CONOLLY. H., 63-55 Drummond 

Street, Hampsteod Road, {^w C/«« aX) 

DOULTON Si CO., Lambeth, &B. 

(S,^ Oa« 21),) 



MORRIS, LITTLE, & SON, Don- 
caster and Stoke-on-Trent. (A^ Outiidr.) 

OWEN, SAMUEL, 67 Fann Street. 
Aldersgate Street, E.C. (See Cltu* 31.) 

TYLOR, J., at SONS. 8 ffewgata 
Street, London. EC. (Set Cfctw 3].) 

YEATMAN Ss CO.. 110 New Bond 
Street (Ste Clan £.} 

Class XXIV. 

(EatI AtcwU.) 

Orates, Stoves, Kitcheners, BctngM. 

Boilers. &□., for Domestic Uho. Aiv 

paratua for Heating and Waxming, 

Smoke Abatement, &c. 

576. BARNARD, BISHOP & BAB- 
N ARDS, Norfolk Ironworks, Norwich ; 
& Bl, 88. 96 Queen Victoria Street. 
London, E.G.— (I) Slow Combuation Onitcti, 
Slows. Kitehentirs. Rungos, te. for doiuestis 
piirpoBeH, all eonatruoted with a. view to amoks 
abatement. AlioEvorittandBaraiird'B"a]o«'' 
Stove. (2) Ubjecta for ialeraal deooratioii 
eon Bbting of curved wood mautel-pieeeeandall 
tiec<jB8ary Sttinga for the bearth, 

577. COALBROOKDALE CO. Idnij- 
led (THE), SbropaMre; and Holbom 
Viaduct, London. — (1) Iwprored Gnitt« «ad 
Ituiigi'B. (8) Pavilion Grates. Covered tny 
and Fireplaoea in Honse crectiid by Mr. Tajtcc 
Sniitli for tliB Wolrcrhampton Electric Light 
Co. (8) Fireplaces and Over llanbilB in out 
iron, (4) Drinkinf; Fountains fltteil wilb 
Mai gnen'B patent fllltin. (B) Works executed 
tiom AoBigii* Xi-j B\,iiisaiJarf ficieuco and Art 



^ssmgr 



Clou XXIV. (Eort Arcade). 



578. MAPPIN & WEBB, 158 to 162 
Oxford Btreet. London. W. — (1) The 

Alitiiptafonl r&ti'nt S((iiilti!-Ci)D»uiuing 81ow 
Cninbiution Stovii. (3) MBatelpieci«iii csftgiI 
wckhI, uuable nnd otrtoa pierre. ilI«o id voorf 
and bronze. (3) Deivrutive Furnitnro For the 
Htovo and hearth. (4) Lustre and oth«r Ti1i.>a. 
(5) S[«rial hnnd-piiintfid TiicB. (6J KoodufB. 
(7) D,ig». (8) Fire-iroiiB. Jtc. 

579. YATES. HAYWOOD 8l CO., 
AND THE ROTHERHAM PODN- 
DRY CO., limited. S& Upper Thamea 
Street, E.C.— (1) Mtublu Cliimuoj Piertt, 
BUivi'B and FrnderiL (S) Iron Cliiuniiw Fuvex 
with onmracuiUI BtnTeB and fenrlera. (8) Cook- 
iug KuDgm. (4) Ventiluling Air Stuvej. 

5S1. STEEL & aAKl.AND, 46 Hol- 
bom Viaduct. EC. ; Bt Whamcliffo 

Works, Sheffield.— Suiuku CnnBuming ami 
WuinAirVeatilatiu^GmtM:— <l)"Roiiaii<g- 
toD " 8tD..k>fl«a» Gn-tri (S) Thu" Wbarapliffc " 
ral«iit Warm Air VoDlilatiog Giate. (3) The 
" i'erfeot" Slow Combiulioa Stovu for burning 
cohe. (4) The "_Mi*-r ■" Bjnoke CinBuminK 



582. HEERINO & SON, Chertsejr. 
(1) [iupmi«l (WkinK Ennp'. (2) Innmn 
Fire Ltiuip (IratoH. (3) Brook wovil Warming 
and Vontilating Uratca. 



otilinory gratea. 

^584. BELHAM, a. He CO., Britannia 
Works, ise Buckingliam PkIoco Road. 

— C'ompli^le artnn^'Omriittof practiiiil.eroDnin' 
cal And artistic apjiliunoee Tor tbc oombuition 
c-at\ in domi'Blie anrl other buildings, vi». — (1) 
(iratia oa thn prinotple of alow vitli perfect 
cumbuBtiun and cooauniplioa of amoke. with 
fnul chamber and hot-air fei'ding boi and 
coved Hrebriok lininga. alao witb deaoendiug 
moke-llue, coudocliDg iLo emoke to bottom of 
fire ben and under aame to aacending amoke- 
flno on opposite aide, during which oodtbo the 
carbon ii ooDBumed and onlj the Taporoua 
but BooUeaa produoti ooDTeyrd to the chuono;. 
(9) Chimuef Piece witb OTer-iuant«l cabinnt of 
Italinn walnut wood, nitb paiaels and fireplace 
in EuBt'g vitrenna moaaic. (3) Fluu Pipe* fur 
conatmotion of cbiianB;B so aa to obriatu all 
tbaiice of down draughta. (4) OrnameDtal 
tcrminala of Chimneji above roots, oa a suhHti- 
tule for unnghtlj eowla, to prevent atuoky 
rliinmeya wen in the must eipiwod poaitionB, 
(6) ■St-i'e with Biiat'a ritrmug mosaic panrla. 
(6) Fluor Decoration iu Rual's vilrenua uiOBaio, 
sue Bjiecinu-'U Boor iu the Water Compauioa' . 

Pavilion. (7) Gmnnlatod Glass Cement for 'unng amiiking cbtoM*.-. - - ^--., 

Wall Decoralion. (8) Bpocial BtouewatB \ ™e ^'«^-^«^^Y; „_!*?;^S^e 
Tra^ for reaUlatipg dfiaiiu. ' 



58c STAHKIE. QABDNBR, & CO., 
2* Albert Embankment, aE — (1) 
Wr<iU);ht mttal Dog and Baiket Uemovablo 
Gmtes for burning wood, ci>al. coke and g/ia 
6na with heat redMtors. (9) Wrought metal 
Fittinga, ohiBfly itnn, for lighting purpoiie*, 
adapted for Kaa, <nl and the electric light. Ther 
oumbine strength and eoonomy. (8) Tank 
and other Filters nuuiufactured under Colonel 
Crease's pfttciit. (4) Carferal, a new and elieap 
tlllLtriug material componndod of alumina iron 

586. MULDOON BROS., S3 Roman 
Road,Bam8bury,N,; and King William 
Street, Wandsworth Road, 8.W. — (1) 

JWtilii and EQHuiL'lU-d SUle. (2) Chimnov 
PiecBainditftrentTOlniired inBrUoB. (3) Curb 
Fcndora. (4) Tiled H.artba and Stoves. (6) 
EaamelliU Slo'o Tablets. Liivalory fopa, 
Siuks. tte. 

say. BOYD, AIJIXANDEE, S SON, 
!(» New Bond Street, W.— Si«Hiai Gral^i 
and 6lov(ia for Biipi>l)Lng frmb cittrniil ait 
modirattly Barm, Sp. 

588. DAVIDSON, H. W.. Bartholo- 
mew House, EC— DiividBon * Bpoirs Pa- 
1.11I Fira HlowiT, for prcvontiou of emoke and 
ftgnluting llio d'Hu^ht in onlinnry grates. 

589. aaAPTON, SIDNEY, M WiU 
Uam Edward Street, Birmingham.— 
Grate with flltiiig nilh ca^j comuiuuication to 
tlie cxti'rior buildiug for air C'luimunicatioa 
and nit connwtioos, Thiagtateisconstrnctud 
tocoDtev the heal, which in ordinary gratea is 
abeorbocf bj the gr..te or ila setting, and fur- 
ther to oohtpj into the apurtm^nt a current or 
BUppr-lieatod air, thereby ndoimiaiug the oon- 
nunptioD of fuel. 

590. HALT,. QEORQE, Pump Street. 
\^y»ster.— Gi«rge Uull'i Ilcgistcred Fire 
Lump Gnil'-, fltle.1 cninplelc. New legislored 
Perforated BarB. G. Hall's reglBlcredCbimuuy 
Cowl. 

SOI. RITCHIE St CO., 23 St. Swithln'B 
Lane, EC, — The -'Lui^JHliir" Uyi{ienio 
Condensing Gae or Oil Stovca, Ritchio's Falcnt 
Cas IIPBling, Lighting, Vonliluliug Apl>aratus. 
cm. THE DURHAM COAL 

OWNERS' AND COAL CONSUMERS' 
ASSOCIATION, Limited (WILLIAM 
STOBBS, Manager), 16a Baker Street, 
Fortman Square, W.— Gomroon re^stef 
grate with Bmoke oouBuniing back, and with 
special draft for boniing coke and amckeleM 
coal. This appliance can be seen in action at 
the Uafaor StrutH office. 
SOI TAYLOR, WILLIAM PECK, 
il ftnabury Pavement, EC^Uiagrsma 
lUiatniting an intention of Inptovonii-ntB id 
the means of, uud appamtuB for preventing or 



»..Si»sAv^^**»-' 



m 



xXIy. Tsm ^ca 



I xtnurt tlic di'lrtCTioua pispB, and tliffu*! a ciir- 
ci^nl 1,1 piiro IiuiUkI "ir IhmuKli tlit'Bparliui'iitB. 
Also Improved Term Cot tu Wind Gunrilii, which 
Iimu oiimJ the mosl iuvotcmtu tmoky cbiu- 
iiefB, Hiid enUto])' abolubvd cowli, Icr. 

Q94. S1I1THS,JAM£8, 33 Pine Street, 
XiiverpooL— Smokulou Uuiueistic Gntc 

555. CASROTS CO., 15 Upper 
Thames Stroot. E.C.— <1) Kiklicu Rnnnua 
of vwi..ii» dKwjiptiuiu. (2) Id-e^sler Slom». 

(3) Tilist Hourllis. (4j SIiiut«l BegiBlt-r 
tilovo3. (6) Hall Slnvea in linus nnd tiles, 
(e) Sluw C-omtiiiBtiou Ilualing S1oto«, ic 

596. NEWTON. CHAMBERa, & 
CO., Iiimlted. ThorncUffe Iron Workn, 
near Bboffleld. London Office. 10 area.t 
Oeorge Street, Westmineter, B-W.— <1) 
r»lcnt Cooking RniiKeti. (2) Iinpmi-od Vork- 
Bhiie Rangn. (3) Ilot Cluitet with Slcomors. 

(4) BtfOiii IJuiliT, or Jiickutuil Pans, for eoupa, 
Jke. (S) Eoonouiiot Cooking RBng>>. 

597. WAXXKR. THOUAS, 48 Fisb 
Street Bill, & The Qrove, Southwark, 
aE,— (1) Oue linpruvi-d C-wking SU-\ir. BtlwJ 
with Bt<uui und hut nulur boilcn. (2) Pastry 
Utoq uod UuBttor, with sliding shelve! ou 
bru* mllcra: bIm Saoke-CauBumiug Door. 

(3) One Sk'iim Clii-*t with five compurtmoutB. 

(4) Gnu Cooking tHaio with Oven und Boiler, 
Hdnpti?il to bnru eoul or giu). (5) Smokeleas 
Giill Stove : ELlvet fittiiiga. 

59B. NELLSON, WALTER, & CO. 
Foj-k Foundry, Paisley Road,Qlaegow.- 
(1) Iluuj^es with Tilaa and Moul.linga ; Villa 
Itiiuge, Workmen's Cotlagu Itiingo and (iein 
Bl/ive^. (2) Ciuvmg Tublu and Hot Cloiot 

599. ROSSEB & RUSSELL, SS 
Charing Croaa, aw.— (1) Sttnm Boiling 
l>iin«. (2) lioB OvL'D. (3) Caking Ran 
(4) Hot Closet. (5) Wnnu-water Apparal 
(6) SuiaU Pipe lluating AppaTBtus. (7) 
Bolters. 

600. COLBRAN. JAMES B., & CO., 
847 High Holborn, W.C.-Dow'i Paliiul 
Clo«! and (Ipon Firo Diking RuiigOfl, set ai'j«i- 

Blnoky chininoys, and veutilitloi of kilehi^u 
Bbown in ucti[>n. 

601. THOMPSON, HENHT. 29 Mar- 
quis Road, Cononbiuy, N. — Suiokuluss 

BIOTCS BDll (irutOH. 

&I2. CHJTTAI.L, BIC HAR D. 34 
North Street, Manoheater Square, W.— 
BtcBiu Cooking AppiiratuH for pnlilio and |iri- 
viilo JDBlitutiunB, Qus Cooking Stoves, Uot 
Wai™ Boiler. 

603. DEAN & BON, Blenheim Foun- 
dry, Oxford,— <1) Osford Smoke Consuming 
Itmigca, (2) Gits Bnngos with dq giu inaiile 
l/ii- ovens. (3) iJt'fiiater Stove Btlod with tlio 
£>Mrbr<l H,at UUlizon. (4) The Osfoid Open 
fii« Baage, tt-U-Sxing and without fiuca. 



-P^: 



1. WILSON ENOninEEHrNO tX), 
Limited (THE), 227 High Solbom. 
W.C.— (1) Wil*jn'B Patent Owking Bbheo, 
titled with Cop]>cr or Bewemer Steel BoiW 
nod jflcketed with slag wool 01 AsbeiliN, Um 
preventing anv loaa of bent. Spocialilica :— 
(S) The WiWn oombiDod patent niiokt- 
-„_ i._. __._ ^jjij gtt^uning rao;^ iw 



(8) The 

TODBumiDB: hoi water ana BU«iulng ran;^ 
liotelB. resluurantB, ijic.. alao patent hot c 
and onttiue dishes combined, alaa an ai 
mont of ouokiDg atvauls. 

605. WEST, A. J.. & CO., 48 LiaU 
Street, Leicester Bquare. Xiondon, T, 
(lata of 27 Little WindmiU Street)-(ll 

No, 7, Tho " Wufetj- " tJaa Ruuice, flttod iriU 
Ihe Hun. J. W. PSuukelfs I'.itenl Safety Of 
'I'ap. (3) No. 6. F.unilf Cooking Sum, BlicI 
with Patent Safulj Tap. (S> No. Gi. !<p< 
Hot Plate Table. (4) No. 50. Tliv Bocvmi* 
tive Qas Fire, in polished braes. (6) BontUji 
Patent Cooking Slnve, poliahtd- 

606. GENERAL QAS HZEIATIBO 
& LIGHTINQ APPARATUS CO. 
Limited (THE). 64 to 70 St. Paol't 
Street, New North Road, N. — (1) Van* 

systems of cooking afiparatua. (3) Bojknb 
kil^liens, baths, public institutioiu, Aa ($1 
Heating and Yenlilatiog Appatntui ftn jirinM 
huiuMs, Fouservalories, greenliousca, dkuieln. 
schools, &C. 

607. WORTLET", COZtONKL E 
STUART, RoBHiyn Houbq, Orove BbI 
Road, N.W.-<1) Hot Air Stove* ror *«»■ 
log, reutilntiiiM and wxjkiug. fS) Tranmnat 
Photogmpba ou CJlass. (8) Pi.-[uianeat VMir 
graphs iu Curbon. 

60S. DOnLTON & CO.. X.ambetli,a£ 

— Exhibition of Stoves in Aclinn in tbeAicaik 
Patent Open Fire Oratee. entin-ly of paUaj. 
Open Portable Fire Btorca, iu paHefy. On« 
Portable Fire Bloves, id pottery. Pattcry 0» 

Stoves. Potter; Oil Stoves. Comhinal ^nAi 
and Air Flues. 

600. POTTER, THOMAS, & BOIK 
44 South MoltoQ Street, W.~lIot W>tn 

UpBtiiit- Stoves and IlDilurs, aud Smolu! tt» 
BumiugCnito. 

610. NORMAN, JOHH JAMES, fi 
Walbrook, E.C. — Norman's patient seir-gnM 
rating goB or vapour burners for gtAocnU Lcatiq 
IiurposL<s. 

fill. CLEMENTS, JBAKXS, & 0& 
SI Great Russell Street, W.C. — A nt: 

large l!o,iBtiug Kangi' in the olil B^lo, w 
Uoasting Jaok in action, carrying ftmt vftM 
danples or revolving bnngers for jotDla mS 
motions right and loft for four horiKonliJ hA 
upon wbiuh a whole sheep of lianm of M 
could easily be cookeil. The Chimncv Piw 
and Juuk is b portion ef the one onctodlq 
\ them ftV. ft«! 'VeniDt-vVB C^Wa^p, Cunbrids 
\ un.461 CI. GiVoeiV ^iwM.,^*^^ »x,e^.4a,a^_ ^ 



iii'ik-ls of two lurge Cuntial Indcpenddnt 
e'ookiiis Appntatna, oue of which vaa enietefl 
nt the Mi<lt»DJ Omnil Hotal, St. P»iii.-ra8. and 
till, othur at iLa New Conaervativu Club. Litit- 
l>'«il, wIlLi lotiiu fino BpiioiaieDB of &re doge aad 

6i3. CRABTREE BROTKEBS, Old 
DnloD Foundry, Leoda. — (1) Patent 

Kitolii'Der, with tnn low ovens, boiler, ^u 
hob, Jt~.\ {%) Fitlont Kitcheucr, with OQO low 
ovoD. utde Ixjiler, and tap. 

614. FABTfWORTH. JOHN K., 34 
St Jamee' Square, Bath.- 

I'utiJlur, Mulf-A^tiiig, Ae. 



llru KitcheDun (for blirniag coke with or 
wil h<iut Iho nuLil^iiice of (iu) on Ur. Hiemelu' 
l^riDi^iple. (S) PorUblo Cookiuc Stoves. 

617. SIDDAWAT, K, St SONS, 

Oeorge Street, 'West Bromwich. — iin*- 
Utaliii;^ auil C<y>kiug StufuH. 

61S. WKTTE & BRADFORD, Tlo- 
toria Foundry, Boaess, S.B. — (1) " Uot- 
■pur" PuteQt SmokcloM Cooking Ra age. (3} 
'■ ilotapur " Patent Smokaleu UeatJug Stove. 



630. WRIGHT, JOHH", & CO., 
Broad Street, Birmingham. — (1) Tarioiu 
" Eiiruka" Oaii Vifikcn. (2) Ghb Coakets in 
Work. (3) lAundry iind Tailon' Slovee. (4) 
Couj Ou Firea. (B) Hot-WatPT Appaiatuo fur 
beating giMDliouiHW. (6]K;tleWanniiigBLuvea. 

631. PBTTER, JAJCBS B., Yeovil 

— NuutUiuGraltM, allowing llie diffunml wa ja in 
irhiith they uiuy bo Ried. In Ki'tioaal form 
the; leaemliie u naatilug shell, Ihcj railiat« u 
di>li(;hlful nnuth, have kh opeo Bie, bam 
ocdiuaiy ooal, and with Inaletully aelected tila 
■uiniutidiuga are most srtisUo and elegant; 
they may be removed in suaunet and the fiie- 
plac-c lillnl with Qowering ptnata 

633. BINOHAM, 8DWARD, 101- 
103 Fulham Rood, aw.— (1) Slarble and 
\Vuo<i (.:himii.'y I'iecc* with Over Slaiitela. 
(3) Dog fttovfti, (iluw-oonibustion l^tovea, 
Veutilatine and Warm-air Chamber Stoves. 
(3) Art I'ile Panola and Hand-painted Tilea 
for Bidea anil lieartha. (4) Cloae Fire Banges 
with Patent Ventilatora (6) Improved Open 
Fire Ruiigu*. 

613. EIDWARDS, F., & SOIT, 54 
Oreat Uarlborough Street, W. — (1) 

EcoDomio Hlow Conibuatton Tilo Kitchener, 
with louBeaih-plate for slopping sapply of air to 
niiilcr-grntilig. and with plute to cloae front of 
On; BO that Ibo fire oonid be kept in con- 
tiunouBly if roqnirod. (S) Iinprovod blow Com- 
huttioo ami BiookaAbatemcat Grutea with tiles. 



624. CONSTAMTINE, T. J., 61 Ploot 
Street, KG. — (I) Conatantiue's Patent lu' 
pfivLtl Prizo Mt'dal Smoku-Conaaniing "Truft- 
Biiro" Cooking Rungc. with lioth open and 
closed Brei, (2) CouWaoline'fl Patent Solf- 
Acting Conking Pnta and other Veasela. 

627. BEITHAM & BONB, 60 Wig- 
more Street, OavemUeh Square, W.— (1) 
Hmokelcaa Orntea. (2) Kilcbciierd. (3) Venti- 
lating Globe Light Pendanta. (4) Uoapital 
Penilant Light. (6) Ventilating Globu Light 
Braukota, (6) Pijtea and Filtinjja. Kegulaling 
CockB. Unt Air Vidvea. 

1S38. DATIS. H. & C, 4e CO., Xetro- 
poUtan G-aa Btova Works, 188 & 800 
Camberwell Road; & 22 I>eaiiegate, 
Uanchester. — (I) Tiie MulMpolitan Series of 
V.ulililod Family Ua« Kitchuuera. <2) Tinned 
Copi»r Boilcra in t*al Iron Cnse lieeted by gaa. 

(3) Metropolilun Router. (4) CombiuHtion 
Kitchener. (5) Bath HeatM. (6) Hot Clo»t 
and Cntiin? Table. Ac. (7) Davis' P<toul 
ThurmivEvgionifl Venttlnling Uas Hen ting 
SluveB. (p) Patent Pircprouf-Lava Cemeut. 

639. KEITH, JAJtfES, Qaa, Hydrau- 
lio. Ventilating and Heating Engi- 
neer, London, Edinburgli. & Arbroath 
—67 Holbom Viaduct. B.C.— <1) One of 
Kfith'a Largo Sclf-.\c(ing Hvdraulio Rama, 
E size. (2) Keith'a Hydninlio Rnm Pnmp, an 
entirely new adaptation o( Keith'a Uydnnlio 
Ram, self-acting, for mising clean water by 
the action of impnra water. (3> Keith's Patent 
Challenge Boiler (No. 4 D, fnll size) fur hot 
water heating. Tbia is the laigett and mnat 
powerful hot wat4rr boiler in the world, it bvin^; 
capable of heating 10,000 ti:et of l-inch pipv. 

(4) Section, ahotring Fire Box and form of con- 
atructlon of No. 2 B aize Challenge Boiler. 

(5) Keith's Pati-nt No. 1 B aize Hut Water 
Boiler, 7 aeoticDs. (6} Ei-ilha Patent No. 1 B 
site Hot Wat^r Boiler, aections. (7) Keith'a 
Patunt No. 2 C Hot Water Boilet. (8) Senlion 
of No. 2 C Boiler, ahowing form of eonatnelion. 
(0) Keith'a Patent No. 1 C size Hot Water 
Boilei. (10) Keith's Patent No. C. site Hot 
Water Boila-. (11) Section of No. C Bolter 
ahowing form of conatruction. Note. — Keith'* 
boilers p>qiiire no brick setting or building 
work round them. (IS) Keith's Patent Open 
Firo Hot Water Apparatus, L alie, ahown 



Framed Dnkwing. showing other atylea 
Ki'itb'a Patent Open Fire Hot Water Appa- 
niliu. (14) Keith's Patent Coil Tables, omo' 
mentnt, for hot water and steam, varions Bizoa 
asBorted. (16) One of Keith's No. I B size 
Challenge Boilers, shown working, heating two 
of the largo ooil table* with onuunental vaaa 
eielema on top. (16) Keith'a Bteom Glue an<l 
Paato Heatera, Hot Water and other Thermo- 
malcis. (17) Keilk'a 6Wsun.'8.«ti.\»V«-»\«»&^ 

8m»U ¥iUm«», vatsiv^ tot »>««» ™*- 



Wnlur besting. (18) Cin>Qlar nnd 
C'l-iliiig OnuunontKl Air Flup Ite^sior liilela 
nil] OutU-U. (SO) Modul (.>us-f,.urtb real tixv) 
of Koilh'* Pntenl Mitieml Oil Gu Works, for 
liKbtiag mBtiiioni. ic, and a* luul nt Langneu 
LiKbthaUK. Ule of Mnn. Bnd u now lutoptMl bv 
tlicUainmiMloDDnofKotthuniliiKbururilluiiii- 
DUioD uu) tag ugiutl {lower potpoMa. and &b 
bein^ preaantlj' ereeled foi the Oommiuiuner* 
on Ailw Ciuig rook, 6x tba wbt nftvigntiou of 
Ihu Firth of Ofde.— Note.— Tbongb tbis gat 
work nodcl !■ anpobU) of being worked it will 
not bo abowD working. 

630. TAXES, CHARI.Ea DAMOH, 
{Victory Watar-Hoater Co.). Timatall 
Road, Brixton, B,W.— I'aliiit Wnlor Boiler 

onii VogetnblB Slcanier healed bj f;a», adapted 
for liaenwd v^cta»lle^^ coffee palaeea, re«t«n- 
TBDte, and for general domeatio purpoaee. Will 
give 600 gnlloDs of boilinn wiitor per daj, 
{■ODcrutiun of Bt<>nui ID Iba. per minute. Nomi- 

631. BROWIT & GREEN, Limited. 
Windaor Street, Iiuton ; and Finabury 
Pavement, B.C.— (1) liniirove-l Smoke Gii- 
Burning On>te4. Btuvcs. Kiu.'tieuerii. (2; C^nk- 
iug UU-u*il», 

632. MARTTNEAU «c SMITH, Hoi. 
loway Head, Birmingliam.— (1) Portable 
H«nd Fire Fiimp«. lJc«, UiiioiiB for eon- 
noi/ting fire-b<i«u. Juta and lirauch Pipes for 
littachfug flre-hoee, HjdraQt Cooks and other 
fire ■ ciIiDKuiBbing apiilinnooB. (S) SaTct; 
Valves for preventing boiler eiploaions. (8) 
Tap*. ValTM and Filtingg for range boilera. 
(4) Wfllor FittiugH, Inoluiling Bath, Lavutorj 
nnd UiBlem Taps acd VolvM. (8) Tapa for 
I'reventiug Waate of Water. 

633. DEARDS, W. ft B., Harlow, 
Eemsx. — (1) Tbo "PrincBBB Louiae" Coil 
Grnto. for wanning; and beating lialla, »lair- 
cuHoa, pHHUigex anil spare roonia from onliiuiry 
flro grolei. (3) The " Champion " Coil Boiler, 
for lieatiug obnrt^hes, obnpeli, public buUdioga, 
Bph'»l», Ao. (8) Tlio "Wonder" lioiler. C4> 
Dii^aT""*. Drawing and Plana Bhowing at- 
rBngomeola of healing, (6) Mmlel of arrange- 
mrnt of wnrkaliop, at arratigeil and wanned bv 
bot-wntor ajriitnni far proTention of fires and 
conducive to henltli. 

634. DEANE & CO.. 46 King WU- 
llam Btreet, LoDdon Bridge. - (1) Flot- 
cbor'B Patent Caa Heating and Cooking StoveB. 

(2) Gas and Petmlnum Laboratory ApnaratuB. 

(3) Ventilated Hot-Air Oveoa. (4) Kanges. 

(6) Itadiid and other BnmerB. (8) Hot Plates. 

(7) Instanlaneoaa Wator and BaUi Beaters. 
(Bj Keating Stoves. (B) Asbestos Fires. (10} 
Fletcher's Patent Furnaces. Forges, Blow- 
pipes, High-power Burners, £c 

636. BELL, JOHN, 118 Bouthwark 
Street, S.B.^1) A^bosloB at applieil to 111- 
trnliriu. (3) AsljCBtoii gas fires, noD-coud acting 



cotering foteoouoroialtig and trBiian)UUnf;boL 
(S) Aibcatos Fire-Proof Floater (4) Aabwa 
Fire-Proof and Sanitary Pnints, Fin-lSnl 
Fl-wring. F<lt Widl C'overing, ««. (8) As- 
bestos Fire EdcapcB. 

_.'. HKLLTBR, WTIjIiLAJC, 16 DtikB 
Btreet, Qrosvanor Square. — (1} Appuaiu 
' ' '■ andpisMtd 
, rposes, also for wanning bj llw 
irculation i.f hot water. (S) AppGanee tt 



domestic pnrpo 

circulation i.f 1 
wanning with si 



m generated b; gas. 



638, JAFFREY'B PATENT QRATS 
CO., 8 Charing Cross, X^ndoii. — Jaflnj*! 
ralent Ojwn Fire Grut,^ ia eoiiBtructtd to ban 
onlinarj coul by an arruiigemenl fiir coiummiiig 
its own atniilic ; the Are i» aiao f<d with oijgo, 
produoing a bright fire, ndiatiui; great bnl 
with Miuul Mmsnmption af fuel, iUo gases wd 
air being superhmtt-d befure enlering ibe iw. 
smoky chimneyi and djwn drsu^^hta are ren- 
dtircd imimasible ; Ibo whole Reeled by atricl 
ailiierence to natural btwa 

638a. 3C&RL0W, HEiraY & CO, 
137 Ragent Street, W. — Patent Chiimiej 
nnd Vcntiliiting Cowl, invenltj by Frodctict 

I.eelie, M. InBL C.I^. 

630. ITEXSON, JAMES, Ac SOUfl, 
47 Briggate. Leode.— (1) Economisereton, 

vilh tilu «id<H and "Nelson's" registeiwl lUf 
back: Bplnyed front. (2) EeniKimiscT BM, 
with tiln sides and " Nelson's " rpgUtoed riS* 
back, fiat front. (3) Economisor Blo*e, witk 
tile front and " Nelson's" regiater«<d rifle biA. 
(4) Econoniiser Stove, diaper puttem. all iios, 
and " Nelson's" registered riAv boisk. (C) 
Teale Economisera (or a regiatei stovo, a sub 
rtove, and a kitchen range. (6) Diso FiJun, 
improved pattern. 



640. KAY 

(IprLermone, 
vised to nlitize 
ting flaniD for 
Linseed Tea (ii 
Gennino Fruit 
a ftiMl 



BROTHEHS, Stookport. 
Palfuled. An inBtniiaent dr- 
the wsBto beat of an illanin*- 
wariDiug roams. (2) SulidiBtd 
□ powder loiongea or tmko). (S) 
Euenees and Syrups. (4) Uti. 
(6) Chemical Dbiofcctigc 
.<,„..,.. V-"' ~....i<optia doodorizi'r fur all ^• 
tary purposes of bouse, fomi or hospital). 

641. TOOPirS ASBESTOS OCVEB- 
IHO CO., Limited, 1 Ben JonDonl 
Road, Btepney, R— <1) Toope'a Patent Fin- 
Proof Removable Covering for BIwitrie Lj^ 
Ga» Engino% heating pijiM of bnildinga, "hi. 
(2) Firo-Proot Slabs tor flooring, lining to 
walls or hot closetB, Ac. (8) To(>pe>s Patrat 
Non-Condueting Itemorable Cavcring tat Mtui 
pipes, gas and oold water pipes, &c. (A 
Toopo's Papier-Klllch^ Phutle Compoailioa W 
coating steam boilers, pipes, Ao. 



Clan XXIV. (East Arcade). 



243 



646. MH.AM' & BHAW, Albert 
Works, Lookwood, Huddarofleld. — (1) 
Uituu df Bliuvr'a Patoot Mcicoriol InJicfttur, 
Cor Llie iirvventioD ut houwholil boiler eiplo- 
KiouB, knil indintting tlie conililion of Llie wsUr 
iU|.pl;. (S) Patent Ujiiro-Pneuuiatio Coil for 
heating and vcntilftliiig purpotei. 

647. HEWTTTT, aSORG-E. 1 Iron- 
(tAt« Wharf, PaddiQgton Basin, W— (1) 
En»iu.:ll<'<l tltiLtu ana Marble Chiiuni>; PieDc. 
StovciB and Tilw. (S) Po.l.ViiU for Duata, ta- 
gIA\i3d 110.1 gilL (8) ILiria-Puintoii Flowem 
and DcootiitioQg, II and PuioUMl Improved 
Dining Kjlti-r. 

<48. PATENT QAS FUMES NEH- 
TRALIgER CO.. Limited (THE), 7 
Botbwell ClrouB. Olugow.— Patent Gas 
KninTC NoutraliidT, Heating, Cooking, Tailoni', 
Lanniirr, nu-l Elar Stovsa. 

£50. MOEBATH, JOHN N., £3 
Oreat Saint Helen's, B.C— Applianws in 
ootinrttinn willi iliprnwliu uud oilier llrt-pliuva, 
BlovLs and furimc.s. 

651. Snoa, WtLLtAM. Sc CO., Li- 
mited, Vincent Works, Westminster ; 
1 SeS Orand Hotel BuUdings, Strand,— 
(1) riiiinns frt,8a (iaa F-re. (3) CluirioE 
CiPM GriH Kiie flltcl to Dog Grale. (3) 
l'al.nt LliHriiig ("tom Ooa Kitchener, (4) 
HiinxurfB PuiintTherma. (6) Ironing BtoTe 
(8) lnsluiiUnoou« Water Dolling. 

CiS3. DATI8 & SONS. IS & 36 Wal- 
OOt Btroet, Bath. ~ Q.a Cooking StoTca, 
mwlo ou tlio mnat approvol prinoiplet, — for 
nnitinif, bnkiii^. Erillinff, boiling, and frring,^ 
lincxt ihnnielioDl with the beat noii-c(ni<la<ning 
tuBlurial.iind working vith tJii- Btnullcfll pnisiblo 
consuniplinn of giut, nnd aro uuulo of tic best 
and nio=l durnblu .uiil,.rialB. 

65*. STEPHENSON, W. H., K.D., 
67 Aiiuworth Street, Blackburn.— (1) 

Portable GaB-IleatiuK Water Ci>iU for ilwdlinga 
or grfcnliouei'a. (2) Autoinnlio Utat-iegula- 
tor. (3) Tubular Gsd (ilovoH. 

655. PXrOH BHOTHEHS, B7 * 99 
HoUow»y Boad, N.— <1) Gas Pira fur Pri- 
Mitc Ilnunca, Offli-ea, Instilutioag, JiC A nen 
np|iliiiijcc, csu be Ulled lo aoj flro grotu with 
out altemttoni more perfect conibuttion of alj 
uu'l gaa, giiiiig Ibu comfortable appt-utaui-u •>! 
a oeal Qre, without uuoke ur diiaL (9) Gaa 
Cooking StoT 1 and aleusiU. (3) Gaa Boiler 
and Circulating Pipes, &o. 

<!<& COX. BOBSST E., 330 High 
Holbom, W.C.— Itegintet Stores, fitted witb 
Cui'a patent improvemeaU in gratea. whetubj 
a great aiiTitig i^ cffeeled, and a muukileas Sre 
obtaineil. The "Improvement" consist! 
•mall addiliou which can be fixed to an ordioar; 
■lore in an hour at little coal. Tbe noiiuus 
eaaea frota criko, anlhiacite, Sus., are boiut up 
03 thl» qril«u of combustion. 



7, HAZARD, HENRY H., 6 Park 
Sicfe, Knightsbridge, &W.--<1) A PaleDt 

'raa Kite, Inwirig no c.bintBey. the Hhole iif the 
leat being n-tained producta of cidnb>»li(>n 
londeDHcd and ubaorbed, i,S) llul-irater circu- 
iilion upon aamii principle. (3) Sieaoi Unilir 
litto. (4} IniproTed Gaa Cooking Appoisliu. 

tgS. HEPBITRN. R. H.. Palace 
Ghambera, Viotoria Street, B.W.— Mudel 
of Sttaun Boiler Grste foi th? promotion of the 
combuiitiou of carbona(!«ona fuel, an-t the pr^ 
on of emoku from biluminoua fuel (B. U. 
Hepburn's patent). 



_. (3) Eitclien Fut-Trap Covsr, with 

Air-tiglit IiupTOTe>l Juinta, auitsble [or naDj 

other pnTpnaes. (S)C.>pcn Baliinceil VenliUtora, 

' c rooma, drains. (4) Durrani's PalcDt Total 

isnonniy^liou Valto and Li'ad Combined for 

6aa DAVIS, EDWARD, A SOir, 
B7 Tork Street, Westminster, aW.— (1) 
Gaa Cooking Stove*, with two ovuim liriml witli 
white ttlea, for roaxtiug, Li<kiU)i>, lioiling. grilling, 
Ac (9) Double Gat Grilling eiovea. (8) 
Begiater Blove, fltird with inig'roveil Hsbeelos 
™ flro. (4) Improved Gbb Dials and Begu- 
lalora for re^uLitlng aupplj- of gaa at mum 

Ml. WILSON, CHARLES, gc SONS, 
Carlton Works, Leedo.— (I) Gaa Cuokiog 
StovcB. Interior of alovL-a couitruultid oT fine 
cast iron, and r«ckeil with a potent noo- 
Hiudnclor. (3) Ou-Hcating Siovea. Uunnan- 



66a. WAGSTAFF. JOSHUA 



'jlinilrical Boilu 

663. HUSORAVE & CO., Limited. 

Ann Street Iron Works, Belfast : and 

07 New Bond Street, W.~&Iuignve'a 

Patent Slow -d^m bust ion Ventilating filovca 
and Air-Wiirmora. 

66^. MELVILLE, W. a, IS Freda- 
riok Place, Bow, E.— (1) Ordinary Opsn 
and Close Gratea, to ahow the action of ■' Smoke 
Abater Shovel." (S) Front Damp. r aitiug aa 
a ■■ Tidy Butty - with Cinder-aiftcr or Save-all 
attached. (8) New Grate Front, iutumal 
form and fitting* for nnderfewliug. 

665. CHURCHMAN, ALFRED 
CHARLES. 10 Clsnaton Terrace, Mun- 
Bter Road, Fulham, &W.~A New Patent 
Aabeatos Gaa fire Stove, with u aj'Cvii.l arrange- 
mciil fur the tvgnlatioQ of the umuuut of heal 
aa ruquiied. 



666. NETTLETON. J., ft CO., 
Bloana Square, Chelsea. — Stuvca, open and 
close Arc, conBtriiclud epvciallj to bring all the 
ntr iuto tlie room or the Iioum pare and warm 
biituiibunit,BaO tiiua iin-vunting the pouibilitj 
of anj drnugbu rnim doon or windows, uid at 
Iho lowmt expense. 

668. POTTER. THOMAS ORE- 
VTr.T.B. 40. late 17 Oxtord Street, 

London, W,— <1) Miin-ml C»il Kiich.-De™, 
ccnetnjfl^ (or imi) or any numl-er nf [" rwins. 
uo'lur rapid, dckuij sdiI ocohouughI l>«Die aer- 
liort, for wafmiug aud Gookiag, brctul-tuking 
also tbarongblj aocom|jlLiliod. Tbe ovens fiir 
Iheaa kiUbeDtri an> collated, and ttina ciuill« 
■D eqiulitj of beat oa ever; siJe. (3} Ste- 
tiiylated Spirit KitchoDcn, foi one or an; 
number of persons, render immediate terricea 
nnderanf eii«in<ios. nlKbt or daj. Tliorougbij 
hjgicnii^, and of priceless Taloe in physical 
Buffering, alilto In htispital. siok-mom. nnraerjr, 
camp ur field liuspital. (3) Metbrlatod Spitit 
Appnrutus. r<ir vupiiur buths and throat and 
cli(«t aOucti'iDB. 

660. BtHKETT. DAHTEL, F.R.LB.A., 
Caruala. — Ojien Fire (irutu Tor imliuaiy dwell- 
ing boHDO, couBuming its own smoke. 

670. RETS Se CO., S St. James's Rood, 
New Cross Rood, S.S.-Fro<>t Firo U..tii 
for OomcBlic Stove*: made on a Dew and novnl 
system, to eOect improTomuntj for safety. 
ciooDlinen, and eoonomy, and provonling wntte 
of oinderi and Bmall coal. The ban are si't at 
an angle of about forly-fivo degrees, wliii-h 
tiigoUier witb the breadth and dislaiicu apart of 
tlicm, pmluco the obJMls dciiroi], aud arc 
known as Dyer's Patent ^afolj. 

S'l. EAOLE RAHaB ASH FOITN- 
Y CO., 884 Regent Stireet, W.— I'ateot 
GNiWing IJaiiges. 

672. BEYNON & COX, Torbay Iron 
Works. Torquay.— (1) fin* C'-ikini-ltangeH. 
(2) (.iiu Hcnliiig niid Ventilating tUloves. (3J 
UuH Ilogulntora. 

PLAVEL, SIDNEY & CO., 
a Foundry, Leamington.— <1) Flu- 
yi I s I'rize KiUlieneri. (8| Ojion and CUisc 
Fiio^rillirig tjloviv, all with t)ie liilest im- 
]FrovciiiuuU nnd on improiod prini'iplcs. 

674. ADAM8 6e SON. Engineers, 41 
& 48 MoTBhall Street, W,— Cli.ptBin War- 
rin'B rnti.-ol ConkinK Apparatus, udupltd by 
II. M. War Ih'parlmoiit. 

675. JAMESON'SPATBKTCOKIKO 
CO., 8 Nioholaa Chambers, Nawcastlft- 
on-Tyne.— (I) Model of Coke-Ovtii to sliow 
niodifiralion rtiqatred for Urn Jameson process 



Eagf« I 



pies of melallurgic ooke, smithy char and pent 
obarooal ouibonised in the Jameson Oveu. with 
ree'iYery of oil. ammouia. and gJis. (3) Samples 
(if Crude and EocliHed Oils. (4) Samples of 
Suipiialii 0/ Amtnonia, TLe Jamoaon piucets 



of trealing nial oonaista in earlMinisiDS it ia > 
oiike oven witli gentle aepirution from tbelowct 
pnrt of the charge during ibi carbonisatiOB. 
Ilia mnllant fDeF is of a very high cbamta. 
About 12.000 It of rcb biiroiog gaa an ei- 
Irarted (with nearly all the gns-prodncing oa. 
tcrial) fnim each ton of coikl. According id 
qiinlily of roal, oil from 2 to 15 galls, per ton, 
AFid unitnonia to 2 to IT llw. per Uia is obtained 

676. HENDERSON, CHABIiES 
JAnlEB, d,Drumaheugh Qsirdena, Edin- 
burgh. — TtieE-linburiijb Kire Stuve, eumbmiiig 
both in one, while giting a chefrful fir?, U 
same time robs the suinku of one-half its hc«L 
by means of a current of fresh outside air. 

677. DYER, FREDERICK, 66 Higb 
Street, Camdea Town, N.W.— <I) Dycr'i 
Piiteiil Hot-Water Appantus. Dj this pMiiol 
an eiplosion cannot t»ke place (3) Antnos- 
tic Ti<lal ValTB Traps for tho prevention of ui 
baiJi-tlov of water or sawugc. in mso of bigs 
tides or flnoda. (3) rntent Air-ti);ht Mmt 
Hole CoTtrs, simple, cffuctive, aud withml 
hinge, with or without 1»rk. 

678. BOYD. DAVID OOILVY. » 
& SSaMaddoz Street & 4 Maa-IboTongll 
MewB, W.— (1) The FisLerioa HyguwW 
Ventilating Hkibool Gntl«. (3) Improied Cul- 
Icgo Gniio. (3) Improved llytniutic VmiiU. 
ti>ig Grate. (4) College tinto. apeciiaiy 
ailaptcd fur burning Webti smolcvleM mala 
(6) Boyd's Girtou.Colleu;e Oiuto. (6) Doyil'i 
Uygiasiio Ventilating Oa« Kire. (7) Bojd'i 
Nursery Urate. (8) Uojd'sOpeu Fire Collcgs 
Orate. 

679. HEARDER & SON, 196 ITniaa 
Street, Plymoutli. — Devon Kangea and Iid- 
proved Slow-onmbnstion Smuki>-oaniumia( 
Stove*, fur cooking or warming. Inventidaiu 
maile by Exhibitors. 

681. MASTERS, HENRY. Axchitsct, 
H.8.I.. 18 Meridian Flace, CUnan, 
Briatol. — (1) Bva]Kiniting and Coudeiuinj 
Tabular Gas Huuler, for ecouonii cully warming 
a Inrgo bo-ly of air. <2) Dianing tilustiatliig 
the internal minstrnction of the siune. 

683. TAaNON, ADOLPHD-S, 1S7 
Grays Inn Boad. W.C— <1> U<«ignt It 
D welling- II uUBCB. (2) Appnratua for MriBf 
fuel, can bo filed to any open fire grat«. (3) 
Wpiughl-iroa Oven for any ordinurT atoia 
(4j Walls built of Belgian T Mnrblo Si^ 
roiiuiring no fltiiug. (6) Marble Chimney 
Fieeos, Blovea, Gmtea, 8ti^, Lardur, Soiuplea 



Fenders. 

6S3. HUNT, HARRY, 4i3 Hewing, 
m Oreen, N.— (1) Uvglene Biuo-Uunrr 
ILiU KUives. (2) Firo-l'Uw* Hootaw. <S) 
Sohcnl-rooni Vcutiluting Ktovu. (4] B«M- 
Bumer Anthrncito Coal Slovea. (6) Sb»M 
for bnraing •mokvlesa fuel. (6) Cwdnig 






Cbm XXV. (Omfrol Annexe). 



BOWER BAEPF RUSTLESS IRON 
CO., Limited (THE). 23 Quaon Victoria 
atraet, E.C. (.s~ CVuH 2:1.) 



CLEMENTS, JEAKES. & CO., 61 
Great Euesell Strcot, W.C. (.S.rCVriMai,) 

CLIFF. JOSEPH. & SON, 3 Wharf. 
King's CroBB Oooda Depot, N, (f-ir 
(7.W 20.) 

DOWaON ECONOMIC GAS CO., 
Limited (THEl. 3 Oroat Quoen Street, 
S.W. (Srr (7.1W aii.) 



INGHAM. WTLLIAH. & SON. 
WorUey Fire Clay and Glased Brick 
Works, Woitley, near I.eeda: and 3D 

Bui'klerBbury, E.C, (.Src t.Vn.i -iH.) 

Palace 
.. 31.) 

LOCH BRO& St CO., 36 Queen 
Vlotoria Street, RC. (d'« Mwliitury in 
Molion, H'nlr™ UiilUrij.-) 

PERKINS, B., & SON, Bermondfley 
Street, B.E. (.S.^ Clau HI.) 

RECK. A. B.. 3 Thureaengade. Co- 
penhagen. (Agents, FUOGARD St 
GALBCHIOTT. 34 Eastcheap, KC.) 
C^M (,7uw ;is.) 

BANITART REFORM St ENOI- 
NSIBRINO CO. (TILE). 293 Brookley 
Boad, &E. (C. R. STEVENS, Manager). 
(AwCf-iM 21.) 

SUGG, WILLIAM, & CO., Limited,. 
Vincent Works, Weatminater aW. (See 

Class XXV. 

(Omfral AnAexa.^ 

Ventilators, Air Inlets and Outlete, 

Cubic Space of RoomB, Cowls, Air 

Straining and ClaanBing. 

687. WRIGHT, O., & CO.. Billiard 
Table Makers &nd Patentees, 162 to 
164 Westminster Bridge Boad, aK— 
Mi.lel uf llieii '■ Eclij-so " VputilaUir, Bpt-.-iiiUy 
fulapl^ fur billiiLTil ami amoking rnomB. hiilU. 
tnnusioiiB. So,, 4i-. The moet pt-rfect .nd Him- 
pletc 8j»tfm of vi-utiiutii.g jet Inlrodacisl, 

66a SHARP ft CO.. 11 Holborn Cir- 
euB, KC— VealUalon. 



690. RAI^CLTFFE, DICK. & CO., 
188 High Holborn, W.C— Wii.Jow VuuU- 

la tor. au<] Duoomtloo. 

691. FIlBHE.AUaDSTU8,PJLI.B.A., 
34 Eesex Street, Strand, W.C— Molul of 
n Vi-utilulirig Window Soali niiJ Fruuii!, luil- 
ablo fur ilw<>lli]j|j:a of tlie |KX>i. 

692. COOPER. H. W.. St CO., Li- 
mited, 28 a Upper George Street, 
Edgware Rood, W.— (1) HIiim IttT'lviiig. 
Circular, ami BliiUiig Vuutilutura. i2) Ini- 

Cied <3laa Loavrc and Veiietuia VentiliilnrB, 
pri vale sod public buildingB.ehuraltM, Imlli, 
imcl ligbti of meTj ilewriptlon. (8) ImpruTH) 
lAQTruVenliUtur.llllfil Willi au oaliiUlt wmthisr 
hiir. (4) Improveil Uopiwr Vi-nti In lor for light* 
!■( nvcry dear lijit ion. (6} &lc.-Ut1 CiuL-mouu liir 
guDcnU puriHiacB. 

693. CA81S, F. W. PEBKINB, Dr., 

Queen's Road. West Croydon.- A Tliird 

SuHh Bojrulutiug VoutiUtur uid oruuuealikl 
•lioir oumbintrtl. 

694> WEBB, GEORGE W., Ak!M> 
tect, A.H.LB.A., 1 Blagravo Street, 
Reading.— Uodul of ■ reruillr-i nt'tcd liilliaid 
Kuoio, lllualrating a perfectiil eysloiu of iiutn- 



The i>at«m can be appliud to any oSloe, liank, 
woikaLop or any place wliere an uuliealtliy 
Btalii of tbu atluiNiplicre I'liita 



697. HAXNSWORTH, BENJAMIN, 
70 King Cross Street, Halifax.- 

Double Currenl Sjpliou Dormer Venlilntor. 
Double Cnrreiit Sjplion Wall or Low Room 
Vi'Qlilator. Oninuifiital Siii|;li-lubo Outlet 
Vtiililat'T. StU<>t nitb TnltM nnd orer-Hoi* 
pipe. PUtn Siogli' Tubv Outk-I Ventilator. 

698. LLOYD, PRAHC18. 40 Meck- 
lenburgh Square. W.C— Mo-itl of n Itoora 
to sbow by experiment, how coinpkto aud im- 
perecptible Tentilation can be oblained by 
Biipplyittg fruob BIT Bolvly to the upper part 
of a room, from a vtmtilatmg Are gmlo. while 
riiialHl air is rcmovoii at the chimney .throat. 

6go. BMEATON. JOHN. Imperial 
Buildings. Ludgate Circus, E.C.— <1) 

Koiiiuo't Veiililatuni. (2) C^uieab.ii'a Patent 
Exhaust CowId. (3) Vtntilating AppantlUB 
for noil pipca, &o. AUo vi^lilaling armlige- 
menlA for dirclliiiga. boapilala. auhoula. ic. 

700. WOOD EDWARD, Bod Bank 
WorhB,ManobeBler.— A tklertianafTobiu** 
VenlilHton for introducing freah air without 
draufcht, luid for cnrrjinjj! away healed and 
vitiaUx] air without duwo drao^iL 



701. tTOAL. W., & CO., 45- 46 
BroiuBgrove Street. Birmingham ; Si B 
Charterhouse Street, London. KC. ~ 

Itruiv's Pnlunl Fnnlinbl Opi^ner, fur venlilnlion 
in public building* nnd dvelting-hoiuea. 

Sa. THOHITBYCROFT, lirBUT,- 
I>., Tettenhall, Volverh&mptoo.— 
Model ahuviag njrstem of rt-ulilAtton b; dmw- 
iii|[ (nah tiir rrum above the huuo- tbri>ui;li the 
ventilutiug pipe* along thu wwagu plpt*. 



42 Luard Btreet, Caledonian Road, N. 

— Window FraniBB nnd SuHlies, by which liie 
dnn^i'f in rlu&iiaing ouUido id ubTiattil. 



705. DOW, H. BOOTHBT, M.D., 
Morth House, Fembridge Square, W.— 

A C^wl for prcvontiug dnnn drau^lit in 
cbiuiueyiL 

706. NEAli, R., VLD., eo Boundary 
Road, N.W.— <1) ChumicBl Piinkdh to hiLog 
acainot thu wnil. (2) Two DnitringK of Dr. 
Niul'ii I'urifjiHg AppurBlua. 

707. THOMASSON Be KAY, Wor- 

oeater. — ^Thunmsson'M Improved Corl^el Air 
lulut, with cone vulvo ruguintor for admitting 
and JiffuBing the vxt^ratl sir iu buildings, 
aliipa' uabina. Ice. 

708. SMITH, FRKDEBICE HEN- 
RY, S2 Queen Victoria Street, Iiondon, 
E.O.— F. H. Smith's Kuteot AuloiuHtio 8j- 
plionio STatvm of VentilutioD. ApiilirAblti lo 
GDoliMod Imups, burners and atoies. aiiiu for tbe 
Teiitilalion of bouses, cbsmbore, kilus, alosed 
Tfhidva or other plaoea, vbere it is required to 
rcniiiTe warm or vitiated air, and lo lutroduou 
cold or freah air in phtce tbereof, without pro- 
ducing iiijurioui or objeotionable drauglita or 

709. RAaiiAH", WTLT.1AM. 16 
Komington Road, New Croas, — F11II- 
Bi/o Mulcl of Window, ehowinji Tiew mwins of 
v<:i>lilatioii. Thtt lower Baihi^s done nniiy uitb, 
a furoor; cud hti formed. 

710. HATWASD BROTHERS St 
ECKSTEIN, 187 Union Street, B.&~ 
(I) HofwHrd's Bheriughum Voatilutor(iu1.tJ. 
(S) Boyle's Mica Fhip Vimtihitors (outlet). 
(S) Haynard's Veuetiim or Lourro VonCilu- 
tors (inlet or oDtlet). (4) Hayward's Sillc Flap 
Ventilator (outlet), (6) Frcsti-air Inlut Valves 
for druiiis. (6) Air-liglit Inapection Covers. 
(7) Uajward's Patent "Semi Prism" rave- 
luonl and Floor Lights. 

711. PRLBSTIiET. MRS., 17 Hert- 
ford Street, MayTair.— (1) Floral Venti- 
lalor. (2) tjmiill Muld of Uayfair DusI 

Collar, 



712. MOORE, JOBIAH, __ , 

Sekforde Works, St. James' Wa^ 
Clerkenwell, E.C. — (1) Moore's FidHi 
Improved Olass Louvre Vmtilators. AiBwi^ 
application to ordinary aaahea for d*etiiap 
haux«. ehurrhes. ohapela, scbonla. shops, lai. 
(9) Impnii^ Circular Gtaaa Tontilalon ll 
vartooB fomu, both plain and omnmoitaL ii> 
clndingthirirnow " Biar" pattrra. (3) MmA I 
Improrcd Sliding Glasa VcnliUlon, Bttid ta I 
IfUaa grouvi*, by «hiob atviirity and aWSW- 
nnoe is mulcriallj improveJ. (4) Pettoaid 
glass. 

713. THOMPSON. H., CiTfl Bi- 
ffin eer, Victoria BuildinsB, ManohMML 
.-M<kI»1 ■>{ House Kb.iwiiig inetliiid of raitGr 
lion by tbe eihsnsliim pnuliiCMt by the n^ea 
tile: also Mercurial Air V'ulvca, und VotiuU- 
ling Itoofing. 

714. MEAKTN, W.. St CO., 84 Baiiet 
Street, W. — linproti.'d ConslniFtiarn of Wimlnw 
Srisb, with speoKil facilitira for elcBiiing; nbn 
Apparatus for Ventilation, and Impraviti 
Pullii^a. Tho window prMents iio oniuiial if- 
pearuDCO, but is capxblo of sviiii^lng fnrwwl 
at tlio aiU, so that ■ |>er8un, while standinji it 
tliu room, oan clean Ibi^ nutaitlo of tbe slsa. 
Easy acoeas is bUo alTordud to tlie aash^ian, 
&e., for repairs. 

715. BUCHAN, WILLIAM PATCH, 
Sanitary Engineer, SI Renfrew Street, 
Glaagow.— (I) Buchau'B Fatont Exhaust I>- 
dii«><i -Current Fixed Venlilat.irH. (S)Burhui'i 
Piiti'ut Veutiluting Vulve. (3) Diul.An's Ptlmt 
A»tK!slos and FiWe Disenae Gt-nu Air-stTunB. 
(4) Uuchan s Patent HmrtJietone Fresh-urii- 
let. (6) Diagrams, showing Bucfaaii's syitmi 
of YcntilutloD applied to bouiies. 

716. FITHER, ERNEST XL, ft CO, 
38 Mortimer Street, W.— A Room vsb- 

tilaloii on a now Rystoin : a room fomiabtd 
to obttiin maximum of comfort with luinimani 
of coat, ovirylbi»B socially dcEit^iied. W»U 
pHpiTB, eiiBemoiit windows, lile«. EtHiafd glMS- 
llooring blocks. liroplaoe and special hub, iuf 
grnlo with wood mantle. 

717. ELLISON, JAHEB EH>WABS. 
Victoria Square, Leeds. — (1) EUisotfi 
PateTit Conical Perforated Bricke and Ail 
GrntcB. (S) tllliBon'sPntemtRAdialoiVentilabit. 

3) ElliBon'B Patent Vortical Tubs with &• 
pauding Hloutb. (4) Stuyens' Bxbatist Vmli- 
lat'irs. (6) Stevtns' Chimnev Tops. («) 
Slovens' Soil Pipe Cowls. (7) Vylu's Palait 
(easily Iteted) Lightoiog Conduutora. 

718. LBG-QOTT, W. & R., 33 Swaine 
Btreet, Bradford (Agent, J.E. KLLX80N, 

Viotoria Square, Ij^ds),—LeKKi'lt'fl Psl^t 
AdjuBtoieiit for ojuiiin^* iiud closing faoligbU 
skyliglits, vcnliliitan, ^c, 

7ig. LAMB. J. M.. & CO., 119 
Finuhley Road, South Hampstead, N. W, 
— (1) Luiub'H Paltnt ^'oIltiI^llorB, Ctdleclion 



CBoM XXV. (Ctnttrai AtmfXf). 



- of Air-inloti and outkta, OMflfc AiMMWSK 

B Knd Cleaasiog AppUimeM. 0) fW* Ibr 
> vshaiuting fnul air, dnit, o BnitlBg mbate, 
atrii Tur lupplfiiig freih kir. (S) AppuBtQii 
liir vBtmitig and Tenlilaline Bchuols liy fitali 
tj"! air, aim) ajritoiD of OrdlDnry Voiittlstiou, 
I''r< bIi Air Intdls aud OutlEta with heating and 
■'<»>liii)c ap])llaD(M!B. (4) Houm Draiim, tlici 
I 'iriBtructiuli and Tontilation fitted up to «boi 
ihiir action; Iiuprorod Grnuo Tnipi, GulleyB, 
,\r. ; Bower Uxbauat VcntUatora and improii-d 
LIiiuIjIu Ai^tiOQ Air Intaken, ie. 

yao. PHTLLIPa, W, FIiEMUfQ, 8t 
lury Bourne, AiidoTer, Hants. — (V 
i Improved lulct Valve for freiliair. (S) Ai 
a liil*>t for doura : cnii be inaily lltlud to any door. 
<3) A Pi^ibMe DiBinfwttn^' Utu-at, (4) Pro- 
I'Hivo CiiHiDif fur Hhnllow (lip wclli. 
I 'r.miliun r.Dd lllu»[[i.liuii<i. 

731. KITS, C, & CO., Christopher 
WorkB, ChaJton Street, N.W.— (1) Vpd- 
iiliiriiraand Snioke-euring Chuunuy C»p8. (2) 
M.>.l.'l BiilMinK, Bhowing Kilo'e Byatoni for 
>. iililuting buildings. (S) Kile's rutcQt Rour 
\. Tiubilora, (4) Kihantt Drain VeotiUtora. 
(5) Ii,M DraiD VciitilaUirs. (0) Noiaelfa- 
C'l,iii,t,..y llnusl t ulk't VoDtilator. (7) Wull 
liikl V..i,Uliili>r, 

722. ATMOSPHEHIC COWL CO. 
(THE), 3 Short Street. Flnabury Pave- 
ment, RC.-Hl) FattTit AUnospherip Chiinnty 
t'.mtd. (S) Atmonphoric VentilalorB for public 
(iiiilJings. ttiktiliw, wnrkaliopa, Ac. (3) FalCQt 
AtnmBjJierio Boil Pipu VeniilaV.ra. 

733. EWABT & SON, 846 Euston 
Rocid, London. — (1) "EnipTe«»" Vtnf 
lulnrg. (2| "Empress" Chirauey Pot. (J 
'■ Ftincu" Cbimnty Pol. Priuee Chinmnj P 
Inlet Vcnlildtiug Tubus. 

724. LORD, WTLIiIAM, & CO.. 1 
Harsh Boad, Uiddlesborough : 48 Star 
Street, Bdgware Roadi SAUtTBL 
ORATRIS, TON., it BRO., Hajiobes- 
ter.— (I) Lonl'i Patent Cliimnuy Cowta. (2) 
Loril's Pateut Ventiluton fur public buildingB, 
■oU pipes, ships, railony rarriagea. &c. 

ABAJUS. ROBERT, 7 Great Dover 
Street. 8.E. ; St 7 Blockm&u Street. 
Borough, B.E. (Sm CT^iw 20.) 

BANNER BROTHERS Si CO., II 
BiUiter Square. RC. (£i« Cf'io 22.) 



BLACKMAN AIR PROPELLBH 
VENTILATINO CO., Limited (THE), 
67 Pore Street, RC. (Ste 3IadiUtry in 



BOLDING, JOHN, & SONS, Oros- 
venor Works, South Molton Works, W. 

(^>Hr Cl'i^ 23.) 

BQTHAMS. JOHN C. M.I.C.B., City 

Engineer. Sahabury. (.>ir CTim 22.) 

BOWEH BARFP HUSTUESS IRON 
CO., Limited (THE), 23 Queen VlctoHa 
Street, S.C. [A^ Clau 2;i.) 

BOTLE, ROBERT. 64 Holbom 

Viaduct, RC (,See MMliiaery in MiAiuit, 
H'«trT« lintlrri,.) 

CAPPER. SON & CO., Ingram Court, 

Fenchurch Street, KC. (,*r Ctam 2,1.) 
CLEMENTS, JEAKE8, & CO., 61 

Croat RuaeeU Street, W.C. {Str CUufH.) 
CLIPP. JOSEPH, & SON, a Wharf, 

King's Croaa Goods Depot, N. (.Sn 



C7«. 



(..) 



DOMESTIC ENOINEERINa & 
SANITARY APPLIANCE CO. (THE), 
24 High Holbom, W.C. (.Sr* f I.im a;! ) 

DODLTON tt. CO., Lambeth. S.E. 
(ft'.,. (7o«20.) 

EDGAR, ALDOD8. & SON. Cleve- 
land House, 206 Romford Road, Strat- 
ford, E. (.iVr, OitiipU:y 

HALE, H. W., & CO., 12 Chalton 
Street, N.W, {Sre Machinrry in Motion. 
Writem aaliery.) 

HILL & HEY, Halifax. iSte Xadiinerg 
in Uoiion, Wttt,-nt Gallery.) 

INQHAM. WILLIAM. & SON, 
Wortley Fire Clay and Glazed Bricks 
Works. Wortley, nr. Leeds ; and 35 
Bucklersbury, RC. (Sre Cla-A i>^.) 

KEITH, J., Engineer, 57 Holbom 
Viaduct; Edinburgh & Arbroath. (Sn 



Ct.^ 



ai.) 



ROSSER fie RUSSELL, 22 Charing 
Cross, W.C, (See MarAiriffji in Idutiim, 
IVm^™ fMlrg-) 

ROTH, Dr. M., 48 Wimpole Street. 
Cavendish Square. W. (.Sw CJum 39.) 

SEAQRAVE, Q., 103 Wellingtoa 
Buildings. Chelsea Bridge Road, aW. 

(Ac Mo^l,i.„ry i» Molio,,. llV.t'™ aalWff.! 

!HAHP & CO., II Holbom Circus, 

RC. (.■irC0:->2l.) 

SHUTTLE WORTH-BH OWN, D. H.. 
6 Huggin Lane, Queen Victoria Street, 

RC, (^Srr CUifi II.) 

STIDDER, J.G.. SOSoutbwarkBHdge 
Road. aR (&* Vliuf 23.) 



CloM XXri. (West Corridor). 



m BFTtS-RAT. B. B., 43 Alexander Ftaca, 
ITewciistle-on-Tyiie. (See Mitchliterv in 
MotioH. W^'Urn GuHrry.) 

8T0PE3, H., & CO., 24a Bouthwark 

Street, 8.E. (See Machinery in Motim, 
WetUm G.Ulcry:, 

BUOG, WILLIAM, & CO., Limited, 
Vincent Works, Westminster. (_Sfe 

TTNTirERaAL PEKFKCT VENTI- 
LATION CO. (THE). High Btreet, 
Southampton, (^re OaUidr.y 



I Class XXVI. 

C Went Corridor.) 
Iilghting AppuratUH. — (a) Slsctrical 
Apparatus for Illumination and 
Domestic Use, Secondary Batteries, 
Electroliers, Accumulators, Sio.; {b) 
Apparatus for ligliting by Gas, Gas 
Producers. Gas Ueters. Gas Fittings, 
Chandeliers, Sec. ; (f) Oil and other 
Xiamps; Mineral Oil, Wax and other 
Candles, Vegetable and Animal Oils. 

725. MTTLLKR. H. L., Mary Ann 
Street, Birmingham.— (1) Miillcr's Alpha 
GDa-mnkiii^ Itlachino for 60 Lights, for liglitiug; 
private mai'Iciicoa, public buitdtngd hdJ bimia 
wlicre oCKkl-giui caunot bu boil. (S) MQIkr'a 
PntcDt GoH Geaerator, whereby Oaa Eu^nes 
mako ftiid Bujiply thcin»elveii aulomnlii'iillj 
villi gUB. 

W6. STOTT, JAMES, ft CO., 174 
Fleet Street, B.C. ; B Hop^ood Avenue, 
Manchester; & Vernon Works, Old- 
ham.— (1) Tlio 8toU Gas Guvonior for con- 
BiimtTB. (2) Tlio Veraon Piirlnur Fire. (3) 
Gua Eaoapc ludiGiitnnj. (4) Stotl'B np[iU(-ii- 
tloQ of gM to exUtiug ooal oieDB. (6) Tay- 
lor'H Ojiictatrators for oltctrio iipaik lightiu); 

727. DHXmy, EGBERT F-, George 
Street, Sheffield.^ Lyou'n Automatic Uae 
GDvurncir, 

728. HEBON, THOMAS, 83 Holbom 
Viaduct, London, E.C. — (I) Herons 
Patent DuplPl Gu Burner, and ayBleu of gas 
lighting for ioclurjr anU oatdoor tue. (2J 
Ili'ron'a Pittoiit Uot-Air Engine for odrer- 
tiiiing purpoiWB. (3) Pbotouotcr tor teitine 
gu burncra, bU kiiidi of Goi Lighting 
Appliances. 

730. PLinTKETT, THE HON. 
JOHM W., BHdge Chambers, 171 
Quoen Victoria Street, E.C.— Palcnt AU- 
•olutB (^fety Gaa ApplianecB for rendering 
utterly impoeBible eiplraiou, fire, or poixoDing 
hytaipeof gaa from baroera nbvthor uaod for 
^jbUrig, bealiag, or cooking. 



730. 8AOE, FREDERICK, i^lB 
Gray's Inn Rood.— Special ReQccting Imh^ 

lema I0 liurn gus fur llgliting shopd. Sic, from 
ouUiide. and ikVoi<)iDg foul gas and heat iiind« 



^^!. OPPERMANN, BROT: 

172 St, John Street, ClerkenwelL— (1) 
Dynamo Electric Marhinea. (3) Lsinpa. (8) 
EltiOlrolitira adnptu! for ilomeetic, tuoloiiB*, and 

forkahop lighting, 4c. 

733. DOWSON ECONOMIC QAS 
:o.. Limited (THE), 3 Great QnMn 

Street, Westminster, 8.W. — (1) Apiioratoi 
'~i operatiiin mukinK i^hoap non-lriminoua heal- 
ig gas coatiiig 5(1 per cent, less than ooal ga* 
: St. per 1000 cubiu feet. (3) Nov type lit 
Dnbte cylinder Otto Engine, drireo with 
cheap gaa, and Trurking » t uf PeBni'a putn^ 
and Brush Company's dynamo, with Ulnui- 
deacence lights. (S) New typo of gaa-hcalad 
boiler, (4) Dowfion'a new thermoH.'Ieobia 
battery. 

734. WEBBER, THOMAS W., Kal. 
lyvUle, Athy, Ireland; and 3 0t 
George's Terraoe, B. K., Londoo.^f'. 

Webber's Patent Single Slate and GUaa Vet- 
manent Rcxifiag, "Hurricane Proof " aa alxd 
CDTeriug the Duwaou EconoluiD Gas Company, 
Limited^ 

735. BENITETT, A. B.. 03 Hatton 
Garden, B.C.— (1) Seonett'a I'alunt RkMria 
(nrp) Lampa (see also Courttt li);hti:id by Mine), 
(S) Senni^tt's Patent Incanduacciira Elt«t|{« 
Lninpa. (8) Electrical Accuninluloni (Fiank- 
lund'a patent). (4) Elcctrolieia («.« bIsu "Old 
London"). (6) Bennett's Pattut Fitting* ftir 
incondcsoeiit and ore lighting. (6) Surgical 
Lamps and AccuraDlators, (7) Table I 



Eleclrio Lunpa for gunpowder maEuii 
all dangeroas positiona. (11) I^ola 
DfuamnmeterB. 



iiig method of lighting room ^ 
(I hang from the ccilins or wall* w ^ 
"- ■ ■>iif^lheMitr«iU«« 



TubleLampa. llic principle! 



737 . CHE8EBROUGH MANITFAC- 
TtmiNQ CO, (THE), 41 Holbom VU- 

duct, EC— Ptirriinicd •■ Lun.r Oil," brUliaal 
light, abanluto aiifuty, no biuull. 

738. QOODSON, J. & W., & OQ. 
313 VauzhaU Bridge Bead.— Bvlf-AMiK 
Cias Oorcri,..rB and K-gulating BanM««. f^ 
prevenling wyiste and suioke tl ~ ^ 
lo tomoray ami hadth. 



ating Bnnuaa. tf 
■e they MVflONMK 



CUm XXVI. {West Corridor). 



t 739. ZlHMKRMAlVTf A; CO., fi7 
I Tn^fiiiKdoQ Street, Holbora Viaduct, 
, iKtndon, RC. (Works at Hanau, Oer- 
.maiiy).— <l) Bc^a^liin; [.ainpa. (2) Bwokl- 

Lbdiiis witli fuuiiU bur Dura. (3; lirouzc 

CauJit-aticlu. 



.. Park Road. Albert Bridge, aW. 

— Mi'iera abowinif olii mwl new style iadr». 
(1) Grey'8 B.>wliiljltj Gns Meter ludex, (3) 
Tlirei-I.ight Dry Meter. Bttod with Gfi.y'i 
fieodable Index. (3) Thnw-l.ight Wet Meter, 
BtteilwitliOnyflRuaduble Index. (4) lodiras 
for metera of ilifli:reut aizea. 



r tlio pmdui:ti(in of eleo- 
Irieitf apiilioiblu to doDJeelio liglitiug uid other 

742. ELFCTRIC APPARATUS CO., 
I^imited (THE), 4 Trafalgar BulldiugB, 
Charing Crosa. aW. — (1) Fluelrie But. 
torics, Luiimi. and Anpiirutus for eltvlrio 
lilfliliug. (S) Ufuamo Iliichinea. (3) Elec- 
troliers. (4) AputimtuB for ligblmg iiu b; 
p|(iotri''il7. (6) Electro Molors for vunljliitiail. 
(0) EltMrtrio Battctriei and luduoiion CoiU for 
inedicBl ^urposea. 

743. SAHDERBON & CO. (HICH- 
AKD ANDERSON, Proprietor), Con- 
traotora to tbe War Department, Fara- 
day Works, PI aietow, E.; Station Street, 
Hudderefleld ; and 101 Iieadenhall 
Street. London, EC— (1) iDventrm of tlio 
Solid Clipper Tupe LigblDiDR Cundiictor in 
CDiiliniiniiit len^iba wilbout joiuta and of Li(;h 
conduclivilf . (9) Cupp>:r Samples and MoLl 
■howiDg ajiplicBtinn of abore for llie ptotOLtiDa 
of buildinga. (3) AmlorMni'i GalTanometer 
fur toetiDg Lightning Conductors, to. 

744. BEoxBtntu on. co. (Thej, 

Xumited, 31 St, Helen's Place, London, 
B.C.— (Ij llroiburu Sbuleand PhhIupU Uit-re- 
rrom. namely— (3) Sulpluite of Amninnio. (3) 
NnpbtliB. (4) II1iimiiulingOila.vii.Petrci)ine 
or Crjatol Oil, Lighlboiue Oil. Hkrine Sperm. 
MinenilCoIu.dio. 1 6) Gus-mukiiig Oils. (6) 
Lubricaiing OiU, varioia groTlties. CI) Faraffln 
Wm. (8> Parnffin Cndtes. (9) Coke. (10) 
Alexinoton, or Dnoip RepcUor. 



Ni^t-Light Works, Chlld'o Hilt, Lon 
don, H.W.— f larke'a PaUnl Pyrutnid Nnrsnrj 
Lamp Kiiod WamierB und PvrBmid Niffhl 
Liebls for hrating food for iufunis nnd invalids. 
N.B.— Those Lonipa to answer the pufpuee for 
shieh tliey are fECommended it is imperative 
that the Pymmid Nixht Lights oalj should be 
bnmod in them. The oammon oight lights 
will not give lufficicnl beat. 



746. DEE OIL CO. (THE), 88 Lead- 
enJiall Street, London, E.C.— (1) Pttradln 
Wfli CuniiU'S (pbiin nnd f..»cy). (2) Iligli Tust 
Itiirning Oil. tlneh Ku° F.. und Marine Gnlzti 
Oil. flai.h 2+0" F, (8) Lubricaiiug Oils of 



iVBfy d 






747. WOODHOU8E & RAWSON, 
Engineers and Eleotrlo Light Con- 
tntotora, 11 Queen Victoria Street, E.C 
— (1) ElecUical Apparatus for illumiTialiou 
Hiid Air doDietitic me. <S) liicundina.'nt Ladip*. 
Sic, for itbuve. Woodhoute & Auwaon's new 
Isnigia by nhieb ■ saving of eutt In erei^tinn and 

ModJcal and Surgionl Lumps (Hair Filament). 
(3) Primarir Batlenea for the abi.ve. (4) Swon- 
darj Bntterica or Aeciunulntora for above. oUo 
for Medical. Laboralory, and Tlionlrieal use. 
(C) Switehea, WiXMlliouae and RaWMin'i PateiiU 
(8) Safety J unHiona and Fuiiblo Plugs. Ciin- 
uiugbiun-Wooaliouae-RawsoD, Miignulio cut-out 
Tuilent. (7) MeasDiinic instninii-'nta, An'iiictora, 
Volt Metera, *e, Cnnningbnm-Wonli.ouse- 
Itiiwaon Pntenta. 16) Bleetralieti. Fittlng^ 



7470. ZOJUUNUS, H.. 3 Victoria 
Mansions, Victoria Street, S.W. — A 

Oimplele Sy*lem of Fitting-, &e., for Deimeslio 
Electric Lighting ; ouiiipriiiii^ ■wilcLeii, cut- 
onla, bneket-hacka, oeiling-Uooka, oouneclncH, 
aocketa, globe-lioldera. reflectors, difTnactv, 
swlvel-joiDts, deloohable flxinga, paiuchute 
pendants, rising and foiling pcnduut. street 
Ininps, bcilriiom tittinga. piano anuH, bitliurd 
lights, portiktile tuiii|>s, locking coiipliDKS. 

748. OUEQA OAS LIGHT CO. 
(TKE) (A E. MACEHraON-, Manag- 
ing Director). Traiklgar Works, Old 
Kent Road, London, S.E — (1) Apparatus 
for redneing the oonaumptinn and iuercasui*; 
■he illuniinatiug power of ooul-gas. (3) 
OaiQ^ Qui Laiupa (Wcaton's Patent). (3) 
Sun Light Regulated Burner. (4) Sua Ligiite. 
(5) Areand llumera. (8) Braekcts. <7) 
Stauilatds. (B) Street Lamp. (8) Maokiu- 

ja'a CarlMloine for the above. 

74p. FROST, ALFRED J., Li- 
brarian, Society of Telegraph Engi- 
neers and Electricians, 4 The 
Sanctuary, Westminster, 8.W.— Eluotri- 
cal Clocks. 

7S0. 8UOO, WILLIAM, 4c CO., 
Limited, Vincent Works, Westminster. 
— (1) Liirhtiog, Hoatmg, Ventilating, and 
Cocking by Gas. (2) Sugg's Patent 811a 
Barodra. (3) Sugg"s Patent Argand Venti- 
laliug Lights auil Bracketa (4) Clark's 
Patent Bicuperativo Lamp. (6) Sugg'a 
Patent "Vincent'* L-amps in polished brau. 



r 



ford Btreet, t-ondon, W.C. — Mica 
Of Talcculfar Elfpthpul Aiipiunlus, InBulnloiB, 
DjnuHniw, Tclegniph, Fhoio^pli. Btoven. Shti- 
lUgbbaUioa Coven. Hica Cliininoja, Lamina for 
'Oibiliota. CD. v., PorlniU, uiil all other yai- 
|MMn. PoTdered Hica. tc, 
•m. •RATT.TCY ft CO., Fulham, B.W. 
-{1) Stfmeirare BAttery Jtaa. (2) Glu» 
Batlery Jon. (3) Parana Ctll*. (4) lueu- 
kton. (6) Pole Gap. (6) Carban Platia. 

753. IRISH, SYUONS ft CO., Tot- 
BB^lJavoti ; & Ratcll&e CrosB, London. 

— (1) Ob* PurifjiBg CntupuuiiJa for use by 
na oompuiiia. and alio la Iho "ElscbrJiMa 
liaa Boonamiecr." (2) Pbosjilio.'.^miuotiia 
Hanare. (3) " Electrimn Gm Econumiaer," an 
kpparatu* Ibt pantjiag, (mrburellLiig khiI 
rogulating ooal gM-saait-eooooDio litter (ror 
hivMaanil cuttle). Prepared Apple Fealiog 
Heala. Fniit Hi>aure fur Orcliaida aud Fruit 
aanloBs. 

754. BICEERDIKE, OEORQE, 7 
Jahn Street, Adelphl, W.C— Imprured, 
AuUiuiulic St'lf-iiotiLi;^ < ian Btgululor. 

7SS WHITFIELD, CHAHLE8. 

Keltaring, riortlianiptonBhIro. — I'^ti'iii 
Eli-c;tric (itrnTuliiiy I'urtuUIo Ijuuj). 

756. JENSEN, WEBB. & JENSEN, 
lOS Now Oxtbrd Street, W.C— (I) New 
Falent Eloctno Bells. (2) Moduli of our 
patent Electric Inialidi' Call BteU and Alarum. 
(3) Hndelt lUowing tbe bell* In coiiDecli.m 
with striking clnrlcB. (4) Modela of the Bella 
aa muiiies.1 bells for chiiaing aud bell-ringiDg 
by ulcclricitf , 

757. MCLENNAN & OWEN, 84 
Pmsbury P*rk Boad.— Td.'GnuilyGover- 
twr. Tor regulating [be auppiy of gas. 



JIuri'lat and Firo Alarma. (S) Wutchmou'i 
Clock*. (3) Water GaugeB. t4) Billiiiri 
Karketa. (B) Lightning; Condaolon. (6) Gu 



\ lJ|;ht«rB. (7) Telei^ptiy and Elitetrie IJ^btg 
for domeitlc one, Indicatom, sod Sux's Muoter 
Call Tor Firemen. 

759. PORTER, OEORQE, 23 Cullum 
Stroet, Fenchurcli Street, E.G.- Eleotrlo 
BvlLi ati'l AlariDEi. 

760. DEVINE & CO., 10 rinsbury 
BQuare, London, B.C.— Devi ne A Co.'a 
Putcnt SeirActing Begulatora or GoTemnre 
far rcgulikting tbu prcBaurc of gaa. 

761. THORP, J. E., Biseler Lodge, 
BwoUowfleld, Berks.— T^ouub's Electric 
Iniulatora, to bo placed under the feet of bed- 
■teada or coufhe* usmI by paraona Buffering 
from dropey, gout, rheumatiiim, neuralgiii, and 
cramp, their nae being to improve the circula- 
tion and «trvneUieii the nervcw by arrovtilig the 
lo« of electricity from the body. 



761 n. WOOD. 1 

BedhiU.— Tho - Wood ■ Gas-mal 

BQ improved pnrlablr or fixed L .,_^_ 

■■ BoiimliLi*, or siniiLir hydiooarlxais,'* 

762. ALUMINIUM JSETAL 
(WEBSTER'S PATENT), 34 Ijeab 
hall Street, E.C.— Lijxhtins App«r»t[ii. 

Jtfr ECONOMIC ELECTBI 
LICfHT S ELE CTRIC APPLIA5C 
AND MAINTENANCE CO. (THI 
10 Wilmington Square, ■W.C.— <l)lt 
mary Elertrio B:itteriuii for {luiixxe of iM 
lighting, witb proper adjustment ItxtDresMB 
be iBinired for Buoh purpose. (2) EleclncU 
and IndiFalors, Aunauoiators, dwitphea.to. 

364, ELECTRO DYWASnc 00. Q 
PHILADELPHIA (TTTE), Aidnn 
Hou«e, Bash Lane, E.C. — (1) OiMaa 
Double-iudui-licFti Motors for ilriring ««il 
mrwbinra. Ein». lathee, gic, (S) GiiMOa^ 
Automatic Battcriea fur dririag huml (t 
Edco Dattcriia for driving GriacDio'i hkM 
and Imundcwent Electric Lompa tnt bw 
bold UK). (4) Sevitig and other HaeluM 
driven by the above. 



mited (THE). 110 Cannon 8troat.E.C 

— ElL'flrir: (ii-nrriitori and Ligliting AppiWa 

766. PRICE, SONS, 6e CO., 60 Tii 

toria Street, Bristol.-— (1) Sloneaan Pi 
mary aud Popondarr Battery Jaia, higU 

flaii-d witb Bpi-cial aeid-prinf fowmuL (J 
urona Potd and Platfu of varying n^uliBa 
(8) Inaulatora of high vitriflcation, pa 
alrength. and gl»»ed by a spwial prace«, ii 
Boring the inoorpomlioti of the glaae viA ll 
body, ond the whole aurfaoe beioj; aa amoulli 1 
gloaa. (4j Water Filteiv nod Purifien 
voriuua ebnpee and aiXM, and having kw 
imptovpmeni, for Domestic, Ship and CiM 
(Bj Fancy Vaaee for art pnip- 



Bristol 



ing r 



purpo«ei 

767. GLOVER, OEOaOB. ft CC 

Royal Avenue, Clielsea. — (1) Patent D 

Gua Mclirs. (2) Improved Iiidiova for ( 
metora. {3) Cubic F,<ol Bottle (unit of ntaM 
fnr Kna). (4) Standard Modul Gaaholcler ft 
■imile of those depoailed at the Bcatd 
Trade}. (6) Standard Dry Gas Uutor, for ta 
era I'n titu. (fi) PneatDatomclei 1 
ig tba capacity of the lungs. 

768. PRICE'S PATENT nAv rm. 
CO., Limited, Belmont Works, Batti 
eea, 8.W.-{1) Candlus, Night Lid.ti. •> 
Tnpera. (2) Cilyetrine ond GlyoeruiB Preiw 
liouti. (3j Toilet, Antlaeptio and HoQSflM 
Soaps. (4) Food Warraera. 

769. THE V ARLEY PATENTS PE( 
PRmrOHT, Mildmay Worka. Ball 
Pond, N.— The Vmley Piilont Carboua, m*. 
in wool, plates, shM-ts, po'ilt, cords and rN 
rigid and flexible for use. Id arc lamps givii 
greatly incrvaiied light with maximam in 



dlvlBJOQ. lo fOU.1t for vster, vinea, chcmicul 
reairlofft, Ao. Id cloctivK'liaiuin>I Altera for 
astractiog metals Irom their aolutiona, for 
•cpiiniting suits, Ao. Ai reaiatancei with large 
iMHiliiig aurrncrs. For padtiajfi being proof 
aimiiist both acids nnd alknlil. For diaphnnoui 
c<ciui|H>nsaling baods inatead of filamoaU in 
fncAuclMocot Inmpa. PrLmar; tmd aei-oDdBr; 
IwlU'rii'L Electrio supply nivtera. A trac 
ubipnlnr coDlinuoaa auri»nt dynama, without 
4y>Diinatalor, hsvinir ita armalaru roUtiug in an 
■iiDular Disgnotic flold. 

770. FrBT.D, J. C, ft J., Uppor 
Uarati, Lambeth, aK— <1) Candlo Mn- 
tcTials (rrude and refined). (3) Candles of 
BeMwax. (3) Surmaceli. (4) St«ari(i Arid 
<Su-ariiie). (6) Oznkprit. (6) Paraffloe. (7) 
X>iiiti1tiid Palmo (Composito). (8) Carriage 
Caudles. (B) Chamber Candies. (10) Orna- 
mental C&ndles, &■>. (11) rnit«d (^rrioo and 
other Toilet Boups, Uedicaled Doc Boop, and 
Turp Oil lioup. (11) "Samphiru Soup and 

771. NOBEIj BROTHEEIS. Petro- 
laum Produotions Oesellschaft, Bt. 
Fetaraburgh.— Mineral Od of Buko and ttie 
Tftrious pmjuvla obtained from it for illumi- 
Datinj^ purposes, fuel, Ac, together witli do- 
•criptiro photographs of the Cauoasian oil wells, 
fouutains, aud reflnerie*. 

772. ALBO CARBON LIGHT CO., 
Idmltad (THE), 132 Horseferry Road, 
B.Vr.~A Variety of KsLaiupluB of Albo Carbon 
tja4 Lighting Apparutiis. 

773. CHRISTIE. J.. & C, 463 Wert 
Striuid, Chariog Croee.— (1) Aasorlment 
of LAmp* (K. bum oil). (2) Bp6ciaUt« New 
Faknt DiipIcK Bunier. self-lighting and aelf- 
extingiiialiiug, (3) Artistic Gloves, Fillon, 4p. 

774. WILLIAMS & BACH. 88 New 
Bond Btrcet,W.— Latnpii for household use. 

775. ALBION LAMP CO. (THE). 
Aston Brook Lamp Works, Bii-ming- 
b«ai ; &nd 68 Hatton Gardon, London.— 
— (1) A Beprcsentatlvo Selection of Lamps for 
all purpose! of domi'stic use — embracing huud, 
night, kilehen, luble, crystal, ebina, metil, 
bronie, wall, bracket, reading, libruty, ball sui' 
pension and utlier lamps, Ac. Ac. fitted with 
various new aud improved bumers, inoludin 
the Patent Empire cbimnevless burner, the A 
Duplex bnmer wilb patent eitinguiehiiig 
arrangement, the Hultitnbolar burner. Ac te. 
(S) An assortment of RIppingUle's Patent Uil 
C<>oking Storey Kilcheuers, Boiling Stovea. 
Ao., and U(«Dsils for use with same. These 
Btovcs are odourless, smokeless portable, safe, 
and clean! J ; Ufy wdl roast joints or poultry; 
boil flsh, vegeialjlcs, Sk. : fry chops, steaks, or 
liaenn : bske bn<ad or pnatry : toast ; heal flat 
iriiai, ic, and in faot do the entire work of 1 
kitchen fire, in a certain, i^lvnnly, and o»>nomi 
oal manner, while they have the advantagoove^ 
coal Area in usefulncsa and seonomy of beinj 
tit or cxtinguislied in a mumout. Food cooke< 



by then is equal in all tuspccla to that oooktd 

coal Bre or range. They save keeuing a 

a hot weather, and for domestic and bQUse- 

use are nosurpassed, always ensorioe 

hrt and eoinomy in summer cooking. (JS) 

A selection of Rippingillc's Patent Oil Wanning 

or Heating Gloves. (4) An Assortment of 

Infants' and Invalids* Food Wnnners ; specially 

inBtructiHl for burning uiineml oil. 

776, ELECTRIC POWER & LIGHT 
CONTRACT AGBNCY (a J. MAC- 
KIE, C.E., Engineer), 67 Oraceoburcli 
Street, KC. — IlluHlntlions of lighting, both 
elcctriral and gaa: heating and Ventilation; 
and di-coratinn of domestic houses. 

777. UULLER. J. A., C.E., Central 
Patent Ofiloe, 68 St. Paul's Chtiroh- 
y&rd, Xiondon, E.C.— Modul of Apparatnj 
fur pro-luciiig Light and Fuel from Rice buaks. 
In order to procure Gas from Rice husks, it is 
L-sscutial that the hoska should be exposed lo a 
very great hent, and lo secure this end, the 
bualu are not admitted into the retorts uutil 

hate been beatt^d to thu f«quired temper*- 
lure. By means of one or more orebimBdoan 
ws. the husks are piopelhd out of tiieir 
iptacles into the retorts, and the residuum 
falls into another set of receptaolea. The (budiDg 
and reeidunm receptacles are aminged in sncE 
manner that Ereah husks can be introduced, or 
esiduum removed, without iulemipting the 
gas production. 

BARRETT, A., ft SONS, 63 Plooa. 
dilly, W. (Ae Cliui 31.) 

BENHAH 4c SONS, SO Wlgmore 
Street, Cavendish Square, W, iSe« 

cuu> a I.) 

BOWER, GEORGE, St. Neot'a (5m 
Ciw 23.) 

COALBROOKDALE CO., Limited, 
Coalbrookdale, Shropshire ; & Holbom 
Viaduct, E.C. (&* C!,i» 24.) 

CONOLLY. HENRY. 63-66 Hamp- 
Btead Road. {Srt Chiu -.>u.) 

DAVIS, EDWARD, dc SON, 87 
York Street, WestmiuBter, 8.W. (Am 
CI.U, 2t.) 

DOULTON & CO., Lambeth. B.S. 
(S.i Clan 20.) 

OROOH St CO.. Llquorpond Street. 
Street, E.C, (tif. Chun Vi.) 

HORNE, W. C, 6* Aldermanbury 
Fostem, London. (Sft k'xhibii in Qmund',) 

INQEAM, WTT.T.TAM, it SON, 
Wortley Fire Clay & Glased Brick 
Works. Wortley, nr. Leeds ; and 36 
Bucklersbury, EC. (.'we Cii" Zi:) 

JENNINGS, GEORGE, Palace 
Wharf, Stangat«, aE. (.>« C/u*. 31.) 

KEITH, JAMES, HydrauUo Engl- 
near, 67 Holbom Viaduct, E.O.; Edin- 
burgh and Arbroath, (.tiu Clau'LH^^ 



' 252 

KENT, aSOBGE. 108-301 High I 
Holbora, W.C. (S« Clam -iO.) 

KASTTN & CO., S7 Newman Street, ! 
Oxford Street, W. (Stv aultidt We4Um ' 
GalUry.) 

QtrtRK. BABTON & CO., 01 Or&ce- 

Ohtuvli Street, E.C. {See CUut 21.) 

SALVIATI. BUHKE & CO, 811* 
Regent Street, W. (.Sr* CUut 20,) 



Ctan XXVU. {East Central Anneif'y 



A 



Deana^nte, 



I 



lU.) 

Clas-s xxvn. 

(BhI ftB/raJ a«««.) 

Fir© Prevention Apparatus — Extlno- 
teura, Portable £Dginea, Domestic 
Fire SSBcapea, dtc. 

778. KENNEDY, JAHE8, Stra- 
bane. County of Tyrone, Ireland.^ 
MMel of rHt<^[it ['iff.' Eae*pe and Firo Extin- 
guialier combine'i. 

779. SCOTT, JOHN, Sa Newton 
Boad, Bayawater. W.— (l) Domeatio Fire 
Escopu. (a) S»>tt> FuDilj Firo Edcape. <3) 
In.loijr Fire KaoanM for fai'lorie*, *o. (4) Fire 
Engints. (6) Alamu and Smoka Breathen. 

780. DOUGLAS, WILLIAM. & 
CO., 10 St. Mary Axe, E.C.— (1) Patent 
PurUble Fire Aiiiiibiliil'ira an<l Uanlen Eii- 

R'lio*. (3) Chomioul. Uniid Fire-Ritineuiah- 
g ApptuatuB. (8) Fire Eitinguuhiiig 



JOHN, 391-203, 

ware Boad. W.— rl) Portable Firo Eg- 
oapM in mnviu lonta. kc. (2) Show Caw, 
oonlaSning Moduli uf Tentt, &c. 



786. PIQOOTT BROTHEBB. i 
Bishopsgate Street \ltrithoul, Logic 
(Agent, T. VXWCiairp BIOBIUl 
1 Wbitaley Ro«ul, Upper Nonnd 
B.B.)— A Dornealio Fire Eaeape. 

1AII1II7, H. T., at Oanw 
[ace, BLackheath. — The Eivt-Barfjt 
Fire Escape Paten I. 

BosE. wrT.T.iAit. * n 

Manobester. — (1) B 
Eiliiiguislter, idf-adi^tl 
ifuUDtkUHnusly rec^liarged, na nnv, toi 
aiallet required. (S) liuUataiw M 
Coapltotn. luiaiilanoiMu Stand PtoatlM 
taneuiu Brand Pipe*, lostaataaeodi T^att 
y^ BAKER, J. K. B.. «S BlOm 
Viaduct, B.C.— a) Tbo Piw Sabdw ■ 
tw attackod to the tooitrfll 
or onliimrj buckets for tbe fmrvomBl itfft 
natinij tlia wuter cootoiaed ilicRiD «>' 
chttaivol Bulution. (S) A PoMalita Ofltaa 
BiMlatnd aad SIretebur. apMialt; m^fttt 
nmhulBnn- puruMoa. (3) An Krmfaatitfft 
Ouard tar UcloMit or olhiir mUilaty ■ * 
bewj oovoritig. 

790. FERJtY. W TTT.T.TAM , aa »« 
Road, West Batteraea. aw.— «•**< 
a Dumostic Fire t:»«|>o. 

791. CBAMBEfiS, 'W'. OIiDBU 
F.R.LB. A., Lowestoft.— Modd vt Bm^ 
Fire Guapo. 



Bdgwi 



782. SWANTON, W. G., 34 South 
Parade, Fulham Road.— Working Model of 
a Firo Escbj*. 



784. OLASaOW ASBESTOS CO., 
80 Gordon Street, Olaagow.— (I) Aabee- 
tos Yam. (8) !(.>[« f<-r fire e»capi»i. (3) Mill 
fioordi for eovcring wnll*, An. (4) Scrocna of 
Ajbntoi Cloth. (6) Shuttera for droppiog 
•gainat walli and preventing fire taking bald. 
{6) Fireproof Painta. 



(3) New Express Chemical Fi. 
Knf^no, Diountud on obeiila. (3) Lurgi 
Village Chemiail Fire Engine. (4) Coinbinwi 
UaoDikl and Clicntical Fire Kof^no. (fi) Smoke 
BeipiiBton for flromcn. (0) Hand Pumpi, 
Corridor Englae, and geoeial Sre apparataa 



Eitingniabers, worked fay iiiiiiiiiiii^il itrM 
water; tbe gaage tolla if it ja cbi^pri<l 
air. 

a 3. 8CHAFFEB St BUSENBBU 
juthgate. Manahest«r._EitiMaB^ 
portabk' g!H iin'-ciiKinc. 

795. CHUBB 6t SONS IKJOK U 
SAFE CO., Limltsd. las Quetn ^ 
toria Street, E.C. — ChnbVa PbImI K 
tPBUtiiig WioiiKlit.Iron Doors for laab 
alRing rooms, to oruvent stircDdilig alt^* 
tokiH-pmil biirgliira; thuy lxa.ro bemaiM 
leatinl on wvcrnl occusioua bot haN ■ 
fulled. 



'6INE CO. iTHE!), ae bmo^ 
street, RC; and BinulngbMn.—) 
Portable GDmpr<«sed Air Piro En^sa 
Eitinotenrs. (3} Uand Fire Pwaja 1 
Fire Bticketa. (3) Uydranta, SUadiiiMi 
Fire Fitting! for bujldioga. (4i OM 
Duiiietitia Firo AppanituB. 

ADAMS, ROBERT, 7 OroaX DM 
Street; and 17 Blackmaxi 8ti«et,BM 
aE. (Sa cfoM ai).) 

BATEMAN. WILLIAXC K, 90 Q 
noa Street, £.0.; & Nalacm VM 
Millwall, E. (8(« OUuu 2a> 



'doM XXVIII. (Eaa Cenlrai Qailer^ B). 



I BECK & CO.. Limited. 130 Oraat 

Suffolk Street, 8.E. (fir Cti- 23.) 

BKLL, JOHN, 116 Southwark Stroet, 
B-E. (S^r Claa 24.) 

- BLnNDELL. Q. T.. & CO., Woat 
tadia. Dock Boad, I>im«hou6e, £. iSm 

3ct«23.) 

BOUIINO, JOHN, & SONS. Otob- 
fanor Works, South Uolton Street, W. 
SS-rCI-w^;!.) 

: ELLISON. JAMES EDWAHD. Vio- 
•x>ria Square, Leeda. (Ste Clwu 2o.) 

HORNE. W. C, B« Aldennuibury 
'FoBtem, Loudon. (Sir KjhUiil m yrcmm/ii.) 
' JACKSON & O RAH AM, 7&-86 
Oxford Street, W, (,*.< Cfciw id.) 

- MASTrcTBAU d£ SMITH, HoUoway 
?Hoad, Birmingham. {.<« (V.«. 21.) 

;, PATENT LIQOID CYANITE CO., 
'Limiled (THE), S3 Hildmay Chambers, 
BiBhopagnte Street, E.C. (Sm CItm 17.) 
., BTIDDER, J. O. & CO., 60 South, 
i-wark Bridge Boad, aE. (!>'« Claa 23.) 
■' UNITED ASBESTOS CO., Limited 

ri^HE). 161 Queen Victoria Street. E.C. 

■"■CIuM-iy.) 



j,8nC 



Class XXVIII. 

(fiu( Cm-inii (Jofferi/ B.) 



iMkteriala for Sanitary House Con- 
> atruotion— RoofB. Walls, Damp Solid 
Xloors. Damp-proof Wall-CoToringB, 
_ Cements, Ito. 



.,1-ondoa, B-C.-^l) tv«tioi. of HljIiow 

'Wall. Htiowiijg our (jutuat oast and wrought 

wall-dos, built ill p^itiou. (S) Batfa, metallio 

■enBinelled. with flttinn. IS) Kitcben Sink, 

■-•daplcd for itrtiaana' (Iwelliug^ (4) Kitchen 

BaMgi'. ml Qsnl In impruTed uUmik*' tlwuUipgs. 

.r>: MiLDlcl'RcL-iilcrSiovc.u ua«l in industriil 

. !liii|». <6) ADglo-AmiTican Ci<al-eHvin^ 

l.iriK Kongo. (7) rwUblo C€)ppi«, a« 

; iili.^1 to in |iriivod intliialrial dwoUingn. 

798. Mn>LAND BUBTLE8B IBON 

CO., THE. 36 Dudley Boad. Wolver- 

' hampton.— (1) Kiinmellfd Ir<'n decoretivo 

oolonrt'd PlalM. (S) Fireplace and Otpiiubd- 

itel. wilb tile Learth. ibuwiug decoialiie 

I bainti d paot-lB. (3) Coal Vaae (voud) nitli 

dEOontiie panels. (4) Seotiooa of Pipe*. (B) 

Bmall Trape uud Gulliea. (S) Caatings, iliov- 

Ing parte or filt«n, ueteT*. ciaterna, balha, 

laiat'irj apparatng tnaled wilh onr patent 

mifoulBblt. cnan^cl : alao Enaturlled Sloka. 

C7) Hf^^nto i?namcl)cd, sronglit and Cant 

iron enaiDtJIed, I'uds. Ballia, Dishes. &c. 

700. CRYSTAL POHCELAIN POT- 
TF^V CO., Limited (THE), 17 St. 
^ride Street, Lndgate CircoB, KC— 
~VilnKiui Tileii. while uud coluuieil, gluieil oiiil 
-biiglazul. Tor walls and tloon. 



253 

800. HELBBONNER. B., 300 Ozfbrd 
Street, London, W.— Dmoghi* honnL'ticaUy 
excluded b; a puloat Soxibla n<tUm tube and 
griviced beading. Alao a Eogialered Beading 
with projecting felt. 

801. CANNON, B., U CO., Gaunt 
Street, Lincoln. — Cannon'i ConoeDtruted 
Size and Caunou's Glue rowder. 

802. MATTHEWS, JOHN, Royal 
Pottery, Weston - auper- Mare.— rooie'a 
Patent Uondini; R<ill tCoofliig Tile, citenaively 
lued for rooUng cburchea and schoola. 

803. DIE8PEKER & CO., 40 Hoi- 
bom Viaduct. London, E.C.— il) Speci- 
luflus of ItoiDaD uud Vonetiiw ftlaiblv Moaaio, 
bulb for Uoiire. diidua and wall-coiuring. (S) 
tijieciiaeiia of Olaia Mosaic, for chuiclica, coat* 
or arm*, and wal I Hecontion generally. (8) 
Fire Cbecki and Ueartha uf Marble Hoeai& 
(4) Drawingi of a number of work*, eieouted 
for eminiDl aroUileots, Moaaio is entiretj oou- 
alwirbent and damp-ieaiating, and will last tor 

huiidreda of jeot*. even vben expoecd to rough 
usgigo. 

804. DRAKE, CHARLES, & CO., 
Bailway Wliarf, Battei«ea Park, 8lV. 
—(1) Polishol Mottid Facing Brick*. (S) Red 
Oncrtte U'indiiw-hemLi, Ac (3) Firi^rraiiting 
Fibron* Plaster Slabs. (4) Fireproof Concrete 
Floors, ^tair*. Doors, &c (Bl Marble Moiwie 
('.unTite Muuldine. (6) Concrete Bnilding 
Apparutu*. (7) Photogiaphs and Drawing* of 
concrete Imildings. (8) Puliabed Marble Cod- 
netti BaUia. 

S05. ELLIS, JOSEPH J., Ellistovm 
Comeries. Brick, Pipe, & Fireclay 
Works, Ellistown. nr. Leicester.— Kl I Is- 
town lied Clny uud Kirecluy Ware. nia. : Ellis- 
town !I«d Wire Cut Briok*. Hand-pr«gBed 
Faalng Brickr, Ornamented Brielu, Bnll-nnae 
Ovolo, Bevel-side Feather Edge, lui , Fire-clay 
Brick*. FluQ Linings, Boiler Seatinn. Flue 
Quarriea, and all deMiriptions of Fire-claj 
Uodls, (.'rucible and Cement Claja 

806. FOOT, WILLIAM. South Street. 
Wellington, Somerset.— Patent Bricks for 
damii-proof walls, Ac, 

807. STIFF, JAIUSS, & SONS, Lam- 
beth. B.E.— <1) Fireproof Terrs Cut la Steps. 
(2) Tern Cotia Smoke-curing Pot* and Cowla 
of various design*. (3) Stoneware and Terrs 
Ootta Ventilating Bricks. (4) Dump-proof 
Courses. (B) Turra Colta for aichileetural 
purpo*e*, lo. 

808. HITCHINS' FIBEPBOOP 
FLASTEBIKQ CO.; Offices, 1 Ores- 
bam Buildings, Basinghsll Street, E.C. 
—Specimen of Hh If- timbered Building, illns- 
trail ng the apptieatioD and advaiitoge* of 
Hilchii)*' Pati.'nt Improvcnieats in riaslmngf; 
for resisting fire and stajing Ibe trausmisaioD 
bf sound. Bitchins' specialitjr for damn walls : 
also casings for the prutecliuu of ginltm and 
columns hma Bre. 



809- DAWNAY, ARCHIBALD D., 
King William Street. KC.-(l) S«DipK-B 
ot Solid Floors. (2) Coucnilo EaraHvl Iroa- 
work. (8) ItoUi'd-iroa Juiati and Uirden. used 
In the oonitruction of aoliil lloon. (4) Dmw- 
Ing* flluilnlive of Irtm-wnrk, uehiteelurallj 
tratted fui f>i;iulei of bajldinga. 

Sio. NOBMAN. R. & N.. Bt John'8 
Briak, Tile & Pottery Works, Burgesa 
Hill, Suasex.— Sixyimin* nf Plkii. nuii Oiria- 
nimW lied UrU'ka nud Tilc«, 

8ii. VIGBBS BBOa, 214 Pavilion 
Kood, Sloane Bquare, ChelseiL. ^ Im- 
porteni of Swedisli Joiiitry niiil I'artj ai'tr.v 
Flnuiiiii;, u lued in Luiiduii D<iiinl ^liodU, 

812. VAL DE THAVEB8. A8- 
PHALTE PAVING CO., liimited 
(THE) (E. H. BA8SBTT, Hanager). 
14 16 Palmoreton Buildings, Old 
Broad Street, B.C.— (1) Aa|<ltDlU< in iU 
raw and THanuTarlunHl ttaXn ; nlxj n flutd llilu- 
men <ued in its maiiufiirtun>. (3) HoiIpIi 
•bowing applimtion of upUaltu to ruioua uaoH 
on building* and pavempDl. 

813. BTEEIiE Sc WOOD, Stoke-on- 
Tront. London Offloe, Dash wood 
Bouae, New Broad Street, E.C.— (1) 
Karthi-iiware Tilta, enonrii-tic-priulPii, |.»iiit<id, 
Ae. (2) FtnKer-pliitM mid Dt^corativo Slab*. 

814. EVAN'S, GEOROE, 1 Adelaide 
Street. Charing CroBB. — (l) Solid Wood 
Maircnw (full uiie) *LLb the triads ami ri»e™ 
ci.vpr<-l, and Uie sollit plasltrwi. (2) Bulid 
Won.! Floor. Bbnwing m.-tUo.] nf fnrriiiiii; 
venlilitliou. (3. Mo-itls of R-jlid Wood Kl.mra. 
<4) MoJelo Of eiolid Wro.! Skiirroat'S. 



St EUREKA CONCRETE CO., 
Limited, 17 Devonahire Bquare. 
BishopBgate, E.C.— (1) Firpptoof Floo 
Btablu F10.U-. (3) BewMufnt Flo-in.. (4) Drc^ 
ings for buil.iiiigB. (5) Sli-jis. {8) Manielg. 

S16. BIRKS. J. & T., Harts Hill Brick 
Works, Btoke on Trent — llrickn auJ 
Tiles. 

Bi?. WHARAU, THOMAS (AgenU, 
BURKB Si CO.) 17 Newman Street, , 
W.— Spccioii'Q of WhaiaiuB luittril Wood- 
block Finoring. 

818. JENNINGB, THOUAS. 46 Tork 
Road, Lambeth, B.E.— (1) Patt<>niB of ] 
Flooring Bpociully prt^pared and adaptixl for 
hmpilala. aiiDatoiiiimK, Ac. (2) DiainfucUtig ' 
Apparatus. 

819. LANOBTAFF. CHARLEB. M.D., 
The Chalet Basaet, Southampton. 

—(1) Moikl of o Flwrr prepared willi pa- (1) " Silioalo Cotton." or " Sing W«l," 1 
raffle, wbicta prcTenta shrinking of tlie wmh) I niineml Hbro nianilfai'tuniil from blut t^ 
«iid rendere it non-abtorlicDt; tbe floor thualalftg. (2) Uoiluls slioviag applicKtMiaf*' 
prepaid con be cleaned and po\i*Sie4\ij\mt»\i-\™,\isC(«iQii," toiflta^rooBiig e.aiX p " "* 

/ne-wiUiaiiHnd-brush; ftllwetMiubUng>e\\mt\ii.T»A ^ot ■pmoix'C— '^ • 

mroided. (3) A portion ot Flooi W».ta4 viU\\ > Ve»\ m <«'A- 



paraffln, that baa been laid and ex^nMil t 
and auiumcr in ■ south-west bay-wiado* i 
feara. (3) Model of b dtsinfoeting olaa 
with bath and lacatorf attacbol. far din 
ing the clothes and panon of a DfiH 
nursing aa InfMilioiu oa«e. (4) T«nl3i 
Apparatus for dcaoalog the air of tiiat 
au.l ctmrging it with modioated Tapoota, 



821. TOWERS & 'WILLIAKBI 
Adamantine Clinker Works, li 
Bythata. Btamrord.^ — AdaoiautliM CBt 
fur a sulid aanilary door, will wm )■ 
than anj olhtr, vegetate least. alianA I 
oioisture. there fuie dl7er than any vtherpai 

833. BOULrfJIKON' PEZ/T ( 
Limited (THE), 34 Paternoator Bqui 
London. EC. -, & OnlsoU Lane. II 
cheater.— (1) WalcrpriKif K«IU for l«ji<n 
ilanip Ooors. lining damp walls, ti-, (2) h 
Wo.il!t-n Pads fur layiQ.- under staii-cw] 
landiugti, Ac. to render the trvail notatlai 

833. ENOEBT & ROIiFB, Bsrd 
ter Street, RC— {1> Filimus Aqt 
Anli-danip Course-. (2j A8|<liatt«d Tttt 
roofing and linuig roofa; (S) Inodon* i 
men Pelt for lining roafa, dnion wall* ati 1 
bouse*, &0. (4) Hair Fell Rir liaiag v 
deadtning scundji, and protecting wahr^ 
*c.. frum fro»l. 

824. 
tryTl 



i(h a Dour board m 

(2) Simitnrj HiiuH-couatructioii,B(ximbi 



825. OABBABD, F., "WsBt ft 
Road. ICUlwall, E.^FrHinM of doM 
vnll-tiiiiig. ctnboBBcd. impresaed, plain t^ 
and band-pninliMi. 

826. DREYFUS, A.,&C0..18Edial 
Place, Alderagate Street, E.C.— Lif 

patent proresufr.r tlx-iaunudiuic DrjinpoM 
HoufttB. BnilditiKH. &tabl««, ic., *«., bj m 
of radiating httat and strong •^unwute of U 
tbat they can at onoe b*. painted. dwM 
d occupied immediately, wjthmt ^ 
Ix-alth. Also for drving otd boildiiv 
basement* where the Jampureti nri*Mft^< 
tact with wet soil, and for drying tWa • 
ei|>osud to Weather, and prevvuttng Bw 1 
peuetniting. 






Claa XXVUI. (£a*( Central Gatterg B). 



255 



V 828. BATITHAN, WILLIAU H., QO 
C&IU10& Street, KC. — (1) Spocuaens ot 
Wnod prpp.ired by Sir WiUiara Burnett'* pro- 
ct'Hs. (,3) Sir Willium Burnett's Diainfoatiug 
Fluids ami Fawder. (3) Spccirueni nf Canvoa 
ami Fire-hose propareii by Sir William Bur- 
Dotl's process. (4) SpeBimenB of Sir Willinm 
Bumelt's iorproTed Kfatem of Wood Brick Floor* 
iuR, (6) BiJcem' 'TiriDing and SolderiDg Pre- 

giSn. STKfl'i', FKED, 114a Queen 
Victoria Street, KC— Slanlej's CotTHgated 
ViiK Foun.lation for Fireproof PlMleriog. 
Dtvigned tu tikx tbu plnco of tite onlionry 
Wood Lath for Pla,ttrilif,-. 

839. FOWELU OEOROE, 104 New 
gttte Street, London, B.C.— (1) Flo.irCiolli 
» yarOi) vi.[v. (2) Linolfoia i yiir.lii wiilo. 

830. WHITE, WILLIAM, Qreat 
■Western Works, Abergavenny.— (1) The 
HyKT>iun Rook Buildiug CompOBition (Wliite'9 
pnlunt). (3) 8pci!iini?U8 of Walling uod WatiT 
Tonknotid IniporvlouB Wall-liiiiiiKS ; a jwrmii- 
nrnl euro for dump or wot wulle. (3) Au 
improved tm-tliod of building walla so a» to 
renilor lliem danipproof, aud to iiioraino tiitii 
■trength, 

831. FHANCIS & CO, Bridgelbot, 
Vauxliall, London, B.E.— Spotioii'nfl of 
Portland and Pariun Ceiaents, and Plaaltr of 
Purii and a Toatiu^' Maolime. 

833. CARDINAL St KARFOBD, 108 
& lOeHigh Holbom, W.C.— (1) Mo.l.m 

Persian Tilw. (2) Turkish Tilea uud I'ottiry 
(reiival of AnatoIr.iiri Pottery). 

833. BEKD LATKING CO., 6 Oreat 
Tower Street, KC— (1) Webbing mado of 
re«l and used in Biihetilution of flr-lalliiiig. (8) 
Partitioiu and Ceiliug formed of miuo, in 
diffeieut stspa of jiroparatian. The od- 
Tantages claimed boing durability, materiiU 
iMwnouiy, ««y and rapiii fliing, doiirir'niiig of 
Bound. Dwdom from cracks uud oiUBliaatioii of 
tempurature. 

834. PATENT DUHABLE HOOF- 
mO PELT CO. (THE), 172 Btamford 
Street, Bl&ckftiars, London, S.E.— Tbo 
Pslftil Durable Hoofing Foil iliowo an followii : 
(1) Covering houaos and irhols of nil kindo. 
(3) A noD-conductor of heat or eold. (8) The 
ecuQoniiwI couslmction of buildings. (4) 
A prevcnlalive aiiiHiiiHt >tamp vails. (6) Itceiu- 
laiuw la. or protection aguinat fire. (6) A 
Military diainfectanl. 

835. BRTNDLET, L. & CO., 87 
King WllUam Street, E.C. — KumuelkHi 
Blatc. 

836. BCAJOR, H. J. & C. The Patent 
TUe Works, Brldgewat«r, Someraet.— 
PaUinl Woil!iei.i)ioof l^-iling Til.'B. 

837. PRICE, H. A., 1 The Pavement, 
Clapham, London, A^^nt Tor Fhillipa' 
Patent Lock-Jaw Tile Co. Head Office. 

'ewport, Monmouth.— I'm tent Lock-Jaw 
--',og "FilM, »nbjecled to n pruaanre of about 



^RBnofli 



-to tons, making tbom jiMctically non-poroua. 
They form, when flied, a wind- and snow-proof 
roof, omamoutul and i*cononiica1. 

8A BRACKlfELL POTTERY 

BMOK & TILE CO. (THE), Bourne 
Valley Wharf. Hlne Elma, 8.E. ; Worka, 
Bracknell, Berkshire.— (1) Plaio and Orna- 
mental Brickwork, to bo oovtreil with oma- 
meutul rooQiig tiles, ebowing the working of 
angles, hips, and valleys. (2) Speoimeus of 
OruameotiLl Diaper Itlovks, &o. 

839. JACKSON, OEORaE, & SONS. 
4& Batbbone Place, London, W.— (1) 
SpGoimonB of ontamental ceilings in potent 
Fibroua Plaster. (2) Bpecimuna of imiatneiital 
perforated panels for venlilatiou in palent 
Fibroua Plitaler. (3) Bpecimcns of Fireproof 
Ceilings. (4) Columns in Fibrous Plaster and 
Fireproof Bt-ams. (6) Chimncjpiecea and 
OvermautLla. 

84a tNOHAM, W., at SONS. 35 
Bucklerabury, London, B.C.— (1) Glased 
Uricka (white and iu colours). (2) Smoke 
Cnnanniing Kilus and Furnaces. (3) Terra- 
Cotta Air Grates and Vcnlilalora, red and buff. 
(4) Patent machine-made Fireclay Uaa Be- 
torts. (6) Glazed Stoneware Sauttary Appli- 
ancv. Trupa, Gulltea. Pipes. (S) Vitrified Red 
Brieka for sewiire, capable of reBistlug the 
aeliuu of newer gnrica. (7) Firo Brioka. 

841. TBOUTBECK PARK (Weat- 
moreland) OBEBN SLATE CO., Limi- 
ted, Windermere-^Ligbt and Dark Green 
liooHng HlAes. 

84a. WORTLEY PIHE CLAY CO. 
(THE), EUand Road, I^eda.— (1) En- 
ami.-lleil BHcka, iu a variely of colours. (2) 
Prinled llonter Bricks. (3) Bolt -glazed 
Brii-ks. (4) HaJoUca Bricba. 

BELL, JOHN, 118 Southwark 
Street, B.K (See Claa 24.) 

CANDY & CO.. Or^at Western 
Potteries, Nenrton Abbot, Devon ; and 
11 Queen Victoria Street, E.C. (Sea 
Clait 'l-i.) 

CLtPP, JOSEPH. & SON, 3 WhMft 
King's Cross Goods DepSt, N. <Sm 
Clo*t ao.) 

CRAIG. J. & U., HUlheod ft 
Perceton Fire Clay Works, Kilmar- 
nock, N.B, {See CUut 21.) 

DOULTON tt CO., Lambeth. aS. 

(Scr fht^ 211.) 

JENNINGS, GEORGE. Falaoe 
Wharf. Btangate, aE. (See CIom ai.) 

KAY, BROTHERS, Stockport. (See 

a-i- 24.) 

PATENT VICTORIA STONE CO. 
(THE), 3S3a Kingslaud Road, K (&« 



a.i" 



■i-) 



Clou XXIX, (Eatt Oalkty). 



^m QUIRK, BASTON A CO., 61 Or&ce- 
Ohuroh Street, S.C. (,8fe Clatt 21.) 

SILICATE ZOPIS8A COMPOSI- 
TION & GRANITIC PAINT CO. 
(THE), 45 Fish Street HiU. E.C. 
(,Ste Clou, 29.) 

TAGNON. AD0LPHU8, 137 Qcay'8 
Inn Road, W.C. (See Claa 24 ) 

THOMPSON, H, St CO., 95 
Marrow Street, Walworth, 8.E. (£m 
CiQ«29.) 

THOMSOK &: CO., 85 Gracochuroh 
Street. (Sre OtiltiiJt.) 

WEBBER, THOMAS, W., KeUy- 
viUo, Athy, Ireland, (^'w CIom 26.) 

WHITELEY, WHXIAM, 167 
Queen'e Boad, Baysivater. {Ste Clatt 23.) 

Class XX IS. 

iEkul GalUrg.) 

Materials for Sanitary House Decora- 
tion, Non-Foiaonous Paints and Wall 
Papers, Floor Coverings, Wa«liable 
Decoration, &c. 

843. NAIRN. MICHAEL, A CO., 
Floor Cloth and Linoleum Manufac- 
turera, London, Manchester, Qlaogo'w 
and Paris. Works, Kirkcaldy, Scotland. 
84J. CRAVEN, DTJNNILL. & CO., 
Limited, Jackfleld Works, Ironbridge, 
BhropHhire. — (1) Ceramln, Hosiic EDoauelic, 
Bud Gt-onnvtrical Tiles. (3) Otiized and De- 
corstud Tilea. (8) Emboued aud ludenled 
Tiles, enamelled. (4) Artistic Tilts, rielilj 
eDamtlled. 

84^. MAW & CO., Benttaall Works, 
Jackfleld, near Ironbridge, R. 8. O.— 
Mosaic and Eni'aiietio Tilos for pnvHmciitA. and 
G1<iz(-d Tiles for wall linings, bdlli-roonis, lara- 
luriea, Ereplaces, Learths. ^c. 

646. 8CARBORO' MOSAIC FLOOR- 
CLOTH CO. (THE), Agents— MEBSRa 
HUTCHINSON & CO., 61 Fann Street, 
AMersgata 8t.,KC.— A dbw Pavement Floor 
Cloth, BH olmoat perfuct imitatioti at marble. 
Tbo coloura of tlie do)^ign are all solid througli 
to tlie caoTBa, (hiu tio paltcn cau be itom off. 

848. TATES Sc CO., The Royal Car- 
pet Factory, (under Special Charter, 
1701). Wilton, Wilts. — (1) Iteul Aimins- 
li-r Vine Qunlity CtiT]K:t, muJtt i>ltbi>iit aenm. 
each tiill kiiiitte:! Ibrough b; hand. (3) 
H^ion; Pilo CarpL't. bund wort n. Uotti qnnli- 
ties cnii Iw nliFared Biid scoured. 

849. HARE, JOHN, & CO., Bath 
Bridge and Temple Gate, Bristol ; and 
S8 Fenoburch Street, London, E.C.— 
(1) Octagon tiilver Stove Foliih and Bisok- 
loxll. (S) ruro Colonr., Paints. Varniahei. of 

M kindit. (3) Non-pni«onoua Distemper 
_AAi/n Jte. (4) Flour Oit-clottis, Tsble-buzes, 
mmoa-Clo^>B, Ac. 



850. JEFFRE7S, B., & CO., 89 llP 
eon Road, Batteraea.— (1) Rees's PstsBt 
Glaae Tika with gtoee Backs for saoitary and 
decoratiTe purposes. i2) Beee's Patent Metal 
Tiles (i.'naiiiellt.-d). 

851. EMBOSSED TAPE8TBY CO. 
(THE). 123 MUkwood Boad, S,E.— 

Various tiBinples of a New Prttent Wall 
DKcomlion, BBiiitnry ami indeslrnclible. 

852. CAHB, HENRY. 21 OedaiB 
Road, Clapham, S.W.— <1) AiKnical Wall 
Papers, witb Sample Papers of siiDUar nilonts. 
iioo-ttTBeaical. (2) Apparatus for testing fof 
arsBOic (3) Kt-aults of tesla of Various 
Articles, pure and impure re-Bgenla. (4) Sam- 
ples of Materials which have produced In- 

853. HALL, THOMAS, 8 a«orge 
Street, Edinburgh.— CkirToTellmn Wall De- 
c«rutioD. CoTTovellum ia not affected b* va- 
pours of gas. The colonra are not recdend 
volatile bf the li-mperatore of heated rooms. 
All pizmeuts implored are made to unite io- 
timately with the tibte of the ground, and tba 
whole co,ited witli Perseine enamel, renderii^ 
it impervious to dump or Btmospberio itifliieaoe*. 
and mnbiug the surf ace washable. 

854. WABDLE & CO.. 71 New Bond 
Street, W. ; and Leek, StaffordsMre.— 
(1) Wall Papers (nun-poisonous). (2) Silk, 
Wool, auil Cotton Hatiginga. pure vegetable dye. 
(3) Pliiali, prire vegetsl.le dye. (4) fnraitare 
and Fklingu for interaul house decomtiuna. 

855. ROTTMANN, STBOMB, * 
CO., 46-61, St- Mary Axe, E.G.; and 
Tokohama, Japan. — Japiinese Wall Papcss 
made of a wooil fibre (Mnibable and non-pcnso- 
nous saaitiry bouse ilucoration), and general 
Japanese dfwjrative objoclii. 

856. HETWOOD, HIOOINBOT- 
TOM, SMITH. & CO., Limited. Hyde 
Road Works, Manchester ; and aS 
Watling Street, London, E.C. — SuuCaij 
Wnahable Papcr-liaiiginga, printed In niiD- 
nrsenicul fnst col'Urs, gourunteed Lo reaUl Uie 

■tion of fold or tepid water. 

857. ALLAN, JOHN. & SON. Witdt 

Lane Works, Old Ford Boad, E Paper- 

hangiajja, manufactured oy steam machiDwy 

nly. 

858. SCOTT, CUTHBERTSOH. * 
CO., WhJtelands Works. Chelsen. aW. 
— Anislip Willi Papers of varioas kinds, rta. >- 
ItaiW'd Flocks, patutt-d, wasbnble : Ifslslil 
Flocks, raruished, wiishjible; l^ilk DauMk^ 
'rBpcatiies. 

859- JEFFREY ft CO., 94 Baaa 
Road,,Islington, N. — Non -poison ooaAnistk 
Wall I'apers. from denigns by leading artiita, 
printed by bond ami by maohine. Stelodinc 
Uieir new "Patent Bygiunie Wall PkMn,' 
i^tnmped LcsUicr Papers, Fainted PIim^ l^^ 1 

JDerod Gold Papers, Ilalb-room and 1* 
apora. All of these are washable ai 
tntm uw^u\e, and may be obtained of] 



fsssi 



ISan XXIX. (Etut Oailerg). 



K the lecwtlng dororaton. Also Bpeoimoiu or 
h Blocks and Bollen used in the maDufactura or 

^ 86o- WOOI.I^AMS, WILLIAM. & 

CO., 110 High Street, near Uanchester 

I Square, W.— >Joii-nr*uipai Piif^r HniiginKt 

I Artiatii- wall nnd reiling fuipcrt, Diido DooniB- 

I tinua.cblntzRnilrliuniMh papers otitDicaground*, 

I n^'d flork papers. And pakat cmlxiHed flock 

naprra ynriiuhMl nilhcmt painting o»or, om- 

boweil luathor paper*, Incquered and vamiahed 

paperg. all giiafanteud frae from araenio. 

PigmooU, for dixwnitivfi work, frue from 

86i. CORTICINIi FLOOE CO- 
■VUHUfO COMPAUY <THE), 119 
Queen Victoria Street, London, ILC. ; 
Works, Ponders End, Hiddleeex. — 

Cortii^liii- Klour CoTering (a pnteutcd iiDproro- 
nieut ID Linoleum). 

863. TILKLOAS St 80N8, 68 Lud- 
gate Hill, London, KC—Cicon Nul Filire, 
l>Mr MuU, Matlirii;, ^betland Carpvta, Uuu- 
Iciiin, mid Dtlier Floor OvKringB. 

863. LINOLEUM MANDFAC 
TURmO CO., Limited, 144 Qneen 
Victoria Street, KC. — Liuolcum flour 
Cloth. 

864. UNITKD ASBESTOS CO., Li- 
niited (THE), 101 Queen Victoria 
Street, EC.-<1) Non-roinonoHB and Sanl- 
tiiry Aabcstns I'aiutH. fi'r hoisav, iuflrruanr. and 
RciioTal decoration. (S) Fino iipo<.'iTDon of rsw 
Italiiui Aebesto*, Itopca for fire esoapM. (3J 
Cloth, for OrtineD'a clolhcs, blankets, &a. 
(4) MUtbonril, Cor flre-pruoUng floora, and 
wooiIuD parti liona. 

S6S THOMPSON. H., & CO., 96 
Merrow Street, Walworth, 8.K— Miig- 
ni<tic nnil Nori-piiiBouoii« Oxide of Iron, Damp 
Wall raiiil, kr. I'^iaiu.l Paints, for onuilary 



buuft 



dei'ora 



666. EBNER, JOSEPH F., SI Cler- 
henwell Road, E.C.~Par<iUft Kluori, Mar- 
ble Moi<iiii< Fluota, Mosaio UwatutionB. 

867. ENDOLITHIC CO.. Limited 
(THE) (JOHN F. HASKIN8. M.E., 
Managing Director), 114a Queen Vic- 
toria Street, E.G.— Oil 01 in- 1 and Iui[:«rish- 
»l.ly t)L-(vniiU.-.l M.rhl,s, in Fliwre, Dadoes, 
Mauk'lx, ColumnH, KuiLi, io. 

868. FAHMEH a BBOroLBY, 67 
WeatminBter Boad--Foli«hpd Marl.lca in 
Slabs, for wall doc-jr>liori, and Fumilure. and 
varioua Specimeas of Marble PtiTtunjulB. 

869. PLIA BLE WOOD DECOBA- 
TION CO. <THE), 1 Wenlock Basin, 
City Boad. Daduea. CiUingi, Oirniti*, 
FrieiM, Doors, and Mouldings, Panellinga 
decorated with Patent Pliable Venetr of varioua 



870. INDESTRUCTIBLE PATNT 
CO., Limited (THE), S7 Cannon Street; 
& 42 Bread Street, E.C.~Biinipio Hodela, 
lie, ooatiid wilb Browning'^ PateDt FKwrva- 
tivo atid WBBliuble Patnbi fur ovury kind of 
purpose, indoors or out, to Bni>h "glowj" or 
■' fiat." aud Browning's Patent Invisible Pre- 
seTTstivo Solution (oilourleis) for nndcring 
watorproofand diunp-iirool' slone, marble, briek. 
eement. pliutor, paper, caoTui, Ao-. fur all 
climates. 

871. SILICATE ZOPISSA OOK- 
POBITION Si GRANITIC PAINT CO. 
(THE). 45 Fish Street HiU, E.C.— 
(1) Suiiiplea of ^iticiito Znpidea Comp-jsition, 
for djinip w^lIU (S) LSriekH, Plaster, Panels, 
an.] 'I'etiilo Ftiliricg c^ttd with tame. (3) 
SiuDptes of Colouilcas Silicate Zo|iiiwa Liqnid, 
Brieii, titono, and Plast>\r, indnrated with same. 
(4) SampleB of OrauitJe I'aiut. Wooden panels, 
painted and (cnuned in same, and Iron Castiugi 
painted with same. (G) Samples of Paiot 
pn-pared specially for nand. aroliitcctural, oal- 
liery. and eofiinoering purpuecs. 

872. 8C0LLICK, A. J., St CO.. 37 
MiiiolngLane,£LC.—S(«llicl['s Patent Joint 



ITAHT PAINT CO.(, Limited, 34 
Leadenhall Street, E.C.— (1) t^imple. and 

Speeiniena of Griffiths' I'alont Non-I'uiMinous 
White, Sanitury, and Siliiate Psiiits. (2) 
Grimths' Eunmel Painla. (3) Silieate Wssb- 
able Distemper. (4) Petrifying Liquid, for 
damp walls. (5) Vandshes. (0) Colouh, Wood 
Btaining Oils. Itc, 

S4. STEVENS, R., Hortlotilturcd 
Ider. Bromley, Kent.~A Nuw Syetem 
ijf Gbizing Skjlif-hts in dwelling bonnes, wurk- 
abops, tc. 

875. STEPHENS, HEHBY 
CHARLES, 171 Aldengats Street, B.C. 

— Stipliens" High Class Clicmicnl rr.>piiralioiis 
for dyeing pine, deal, and other white woods La 
einet imitntioo of the higher and better clau 
wor>ii«. us Ouk, Maliogany, Walnut, Satin, Rom 
Wood, Kbooy. 4r. 

S76. WATTS. QEORQE, 20 West 
Street, Brighton.— Cramer, Wutta 4 Co.'b 
French I'oliab Revivir for cleansing, ri'sloring 
and ri |>-ili»Lins; fiiraitrire, pianos, pjctuFcs, and 
k'uthtr of all dotL<^H|iti<..Da. 

877. WHITAKEH, JOSEPH BTB- 
KETT. Chemical Works, KendaL— 
W.»i Slaiiia and Qmck-Drjiug Coloured 



878. TURNER. CHARLES. Be SON, 
Broad Street, Bloomsburj ; and Oeorge 
Yard. Whitecbapel, Xiondon.— Manofac- 
turcrs of Varnishes. Japans, Wood Stains, di7 
and liquid. Non- Poisonous Points, aud Colon 
for Decorators uid Carriage Buildcra. 



Clau XXX. {East GaOery). 



879. PULPORD, aBOKQE C, 77 
Cajmon Street, London.— Pulford'e Dump 

Wall Fuint made fiom pure iron, fir proTunling 
dampDesa imiiJe or ouUido of walla (dou- 

poiflfHOUS). 

881. TORBAY & DAET PArNT 
CO., Limited <THE), 23 Great George 
Street, Weetmineter ; & Dartmouth, 
Devon. — Sumplts of Siinitnry hqiI N'oii- 
poiwiuous Pftirita, for ileoimlivu and othur pur- 
poses, alan fpeoimcnB or work done tlieievitb, 
riicoo paiiibi are guaruntecd Ui be ijuitu pure 
and imadnlterated. 

882. TTR-KWMATJ, JQS. B., A: CO., 

Grove Works, Batteraea,— Ncn-poUonona 
White I-«id, Prtiiits, Colura. and Xamiih.. 

883. BLAME, LIBUTENANT-QE- 
HERAT. 8IH SEYMOUR, Bart, C.B., 
S4 Duke Street, St. James's, S.W.—d) 
Suniple Cans of Nun-inflammiibie, Non-pnj- 
BOUDiim and Inoiloroiia Piiint. (9> Spt'cimuna 
of Wood nod oilier eiilj^tancea Lwered with 
tho Paint in varioim oloura. (3) Sample liofl 
and packctH of n Pure Pent Plate Powder. 

884. BZLLOTG &: CO., 7 ITew Oxford 
Street, W.C— An ABSorlment of PolisUed 
Eepouswi Bnisa, oDd Plush and Braaa Goods, 
SDilaUe for Wall, Table, sd<1 otbor Decorations, 
incliidiug Conyei and Bevelled Mirrors, Candle 
and Gas 8codoi:8 with OniameDlal Brans Bucks, 
Jarilint^roK, Coal Vases, Bellows, Panels for 
GraleSf Lamps, Tht;rnii>mfters. Waiters. Tea 
Traj-B, Jfwcl Cnsm, Stationery 9el, Photo- 

885. LEBTE, A-, & CO., ISB London 
Roa)d, Southwark, London, 8.E. — pr---- 
Non-poLMinoas, specially prepared for lot 
dei-orations, also Paints speoislly prepared for 
outdoor work on Iron, Wood, tjloee, Btucoo 
Cement. 

SB6. GAY, R., St CO.. York WorkB. 
York Boad, City Road, London, E.C.— 
Bumples of " Irupenetrablo" Painl, in various 
colours and on various materials. 

B T'n'.TTA M, S. & CO., Britannia 
Works, 165 Buckingham Palace Road, 

BELL, JOHN, lis Southwark Street, 
S.K <.Sfr Cku', -Zi.) 



HORNE. W. C. e* Aldermanb^H 
Poatem, London. \s-e Eihihit in oroiiadL) 

JENKS & WOOD, 65 High Holbora 
Viaduct. E,C. iS'-Cln'tW.y 

AIARTIN' & CO., 27 Newman Street. 

Oxford Street, W. (Set oaUide Wntm 
GalL-ry.) 

MIDLAND RUSTLESB IRON CO., 
35 Dudley Road, Wolverheunpton. (S«b 
Clo'i 27.) 

POWELL. OEOEOE, 104 Newgata 
Street, London, B.C. I,S,'- CTi« -in.) 

WILLBSDBN WATERPROOF 
PAPER & CANVAS CO., Limited, 
Willesden Junction, N.W. (*e Cl<ut .SO.) 

QUIRK, BARTON & CO.. 61 Orac«- 
Church Street, KC. (.S,* CUtu 21.) 

STEELE Si WOOD, Stoke-on-Trent; 
and Daehwood House. New BEMd 
Street, E.G. (See Clan 28.) 

WALTON, P., Be CO., Limited. Son- 

b ury-o n-Thames. (See OiilMe.} 
WILCOCK & CO., Burmantofte. 

(See OuM -JO.) 

Class XXX. 

(E,ul GaUery.-y 

Objects for Internal Decoration and 
use in the Dwelling. FittingH and 
rumiture. 
S87. MOORE, A. L. & CO.. 89 BonUi- 

amptoQ Row, Russell Square, W.— l^pe- 



M.'f l'r.i 



a\ (;i; 



OARBNER, A. & SON, 36 
J ama ica Street, Glasgow (Agent, K, 
EVERED & CO., Limited, 60 Holbom 
Viaduct, E.C.) — PnU-ut Spnug Hattron. 
Coiisiela of ])ura11^ 1 spring laths of oval sliape, 
OD coppered springit: free from all runt aad 
dauip absnrbiag QiBlorials ; put together simply 
with four leather straps and buckles, and when 
rolled up Dieasures auout two eabic ft-et and 
weighs only tliirty-aix pounds. ledividDal 
freedom of luovemcnt is secured and all tei^ 
dL'Uey tu holliiunes* iu the niiddte impoAsibb. 
8Sg. HEMBRY, B.. &; CO., 16 New- 

£\ta Street, E.C. ; 37 North John Street, 
iverpool ; 10 St. Mary's Gate. llan> 
Chester,— Modil of Stairs fitted wilb HcmbiVl 
Patent India-rubbtt 6tair Clips in comLinatMtt 
with linoleum, and a Hi>del fitted oilb Htn- 
bry'e Patent Stair Trouda. either form iirenrOt- 



21).) 

CRYSTAL PORCELAIN CO. Li- 
mited (THE), 17 St. Bride's Street, 
Ludgate Circus, KC. (^<" C7"« -il.) 

DOULTON& CO., Lambeth. S.E. (5« 

Clan* 2(1.) 

GARRARD, F., WostftiiTy Boad, 
Millwall, E. ((>(? aff 2S,) 

HAYWARD. BROTHERS, & ECK- 
STEIN, 187 193 Union Street, Boro', 
KB (Sis CloM 25.) 



Road, Bayawater. W.— Carveil Wood Chin- 
ni.'v.piiioes, Dsilo Panelling, Armcbaita. Par- 
quet FUKirinc Wall Deeo ration a. 

891. CHORLTON AND DUQDAIiB. 
19 BlackA-iars Street. Manchester. — (1) 
"KucPlsior" Pulent Spriue Mattn-es. <Si 
Hospital Bud. (8) Invalid 11^1. with HpptiaiKB 
for raising an invalid to any angle. (4) Sptiof 
CoDch. (B) Spring Chair. (6) Bed-resL 11) 
m. _ »T._ At „-._. jjattrp^ (gj Coroi 



uch. (S) Si 
B New Wov 



Tith 



seating. (8) Oliaii with 



ing. 
dO) 



Bed-mt 1 



198 Tol 



Cluu XXX. (Eatl aalhrs). 



259 



. KEAL & SON, 196, 106, 107, 
Tottenham Court RoaxL — Cumpkte 
r uniltUK for amHll Ij<.-<lnx)m. 

893. CHAPPUI8, PAUL EHI1.E. 69 
Fleet Street, B.C. — (1) Putent ItajliEht 
Reflt'vton to aupersedi- (iue in du; time. (3) 
Ending \n D«l and 'IV M-Tale Eteawlora. 

894. FARKBR, SUITH, St FASKER, 
ll7CurtalnBoad,l!.C.-(l) Tha"Aiiilii- 
deit«r ' Patent B.ix Ottmuan Cou.'h. (S) Ditto, 
with ndjiutkbla ■croll, (3) B»i Oltonutn 
Oiuobwith bwk, the wat 01 lid «[tb patent 
hinj^, «llowinK it to be opened indppondenllj 
of the buck. (4) Saniplee of ti.e Patent Cork 
Carpet Lioln^ and fiU.a Pods. (5) Patent 
Bnlid WcxhI Pantlliug. fnr dcuoruling WuUb. &c. 

895. WEBB & CO., H. C, Patent 
VTood Worka, Bhrub Hill, Worcester.— 
AMnrtmrnt of Furniture and AHiolM foe 
Internal Deoomtion, iutended tn jlluetrato the 
appliMlioo of Webb'i Patent Bjatein of 
Diiubnnnatiiing wood, leather, paper, fabiioa, 
«nit-(p«ia vnod pavuaieDta, &c. 

B96. BUSES & CO., Hue St. Luc, 
FarU: & 17 Newman Street, W.— 

SpccimoDB of Marbk' KlpBaie Work, as iipplied 
to wall and fluur dcyyiratious ; also uf Marble 
tar dadoui nnd wall liuiTijrs, 

807. VSaiNON'8 PATENT CHINA 
& GLASS CO., Limited, 58 New Bond 
Street, London, W.— Vmuou'b P.itent CliiriH 
fgr btxlrcumi. tullel-rocimK, bntb -rooms, nod 
kitchen*. Thii urim is BUitablo for all lionse- 
btjd pnrpaxpa. Iinliep^DuiUeforbcd and bath- 
■oonu, bMpitaK atoaiuen. und f acbl«. 

898. TIDCOUBE, O., &; SON, Bngi- 
n«en, Watford, Herte.— "Tbe Gravel- 
Walk" Metal Scrapcr-MaU. They give t 
elnan,ntat,Btul QuiBlied appvaranL-t to entrancee. 
and are luitable for all kinila of gravel-walk 
ontraniw*, in all wmtliera. either to remove t"-- 
looao grit after luminir ■bciwi-ra, or the dirt 
iiiiow of winter. Tbeir tmture given a firm 
bold tn the feel in whatever dirwliou fou itcp. 

S99. TOOTH & AtlLT, Church 
Oreeley, near Burton on T^nt. — A 
goIeetiuQ of Artiatie I'olter? calltd Bretb; 
Ware. 

900. QI.LEY, THOMAS GEOBGE, 
08 Bolsover Street, W.— SprclmeuB of Oral, 
Bound, and Spinil WiwhI Turning, fur building, 
oahinrl. and fenural puri-o^en. 

001. EXCEL8IOK WINDOW AP- 
PUiANCEB CO.. (THE). Temporary 
Hsad Offloe, 73 Bath Street, Glasgow. 
— An ordinar; iiaahcd BiDduw bttrd with Lhi^ 
ExoelaioT Patent Window Appliant^. All ont- 
alde work diipinued witii. nnd butli wuheu tunitd 
iowardi fur dcanlng and other purpisei. 

ya. WALLACE, WILLIAM. «t CO., 
InioleBale Houee FumiaherB & Alt 
furniture Manufacture ra, 161, 1S2, & 
U3 Curtain Eoad, E.C.-(1 , AliJ Amuri- 

KWiklunl Chippenilaie Wardri'bc and suite. 
BolM Amurican Walnut Sideboard vl Eailj 



RngllHh ditfiigD, (8) Bulid Oak Sideboard of 
Reobereh^ deelgn, with carved pnneU. (4) 
Drawing-Roiim Ornnmentid Cbuirs, in all the 
prevailing styles. 

ooj SMITH, A., Se STEVENS, Janua 
Worita, Queen's Boad, Batteraea.— Com- 
plete Door and Independent Frame, fitted with 
Slevene and Majors' Patent Hjdiaulio Door 
Spring and Cheek. 

004. WOOD, C. S. F., & CO., Crown 
WoMiB, Green Street, Birmingham. — 
Woo'I'h Patent Iron and Steel UedBleads. en- 
amclled and polished in rpsemblancu of vnrioQB 
kinds of woods wilb JBlaja, kc-, after flne art 

005. WILLIAMS, JAMES, Seymour 
Worka, Jubilee Place, Chelsea.— A Bsort- 
ment of Blinds. 

906. DIXON, J., 7 Bloom Grove, 
Lower Norwood-— (1) Chaird and Settees 
with seals and bocka of Perorated YeaecrB 
to guiwrai^de Ome and Upliolslercd Work ; 
GBRliier-« Patent. (S) Time Globe, a Geogra- 
pbidol Clofk, giving the time of each place on 
the enrth at ever; minul« and hour for da; 
nod night: J uvet's Patent. 

90611. FOX, T. St CO, 77 Blebopsgate 
Street Within, EC— Bt-dro.,m Fiimiluro 
ma>le of Laccwood. and Satinwood inlnj. 

907. ARMBTBONG, JAMES T. Be 
CO., 7 Old HaU Chambera. Old HaU 
Street, Hanley, Staffordshire. — Window 
Cnniiees or Curlain Poles made of China, and 
whii'b are or are not ventilators for roomi, 
balls. &e. 

908. BATTAM 2e HEYWOOD, 114 
Oiibrd Street, W. — IJeetion of Boom 
showing Waslmhla Decorations of TynecasUa 
Tapestrj for walls, ceilinga. &e., also speeimeni 
of l.iiiemsta Walton Wiuhable Decarations for 
wait'', (filings, dadoes or ■osbubluand sanitai? 
raperiiaiiginfB of yariong fabrics and syBtem of 
ventilfttioi. 

909. HOBNE, ANDREW, 76 Brewer 
Street, Woolwich, 8.E.— Improved Window 
Fiome. with sliding siwbea and <ip(-ning ar- 
rangement in deal, with brass and other flt- 
tiugB for safety m eleaniiig eiisbea from outside. 

91a NORRIS, JAMES P., 86 South 
Street, Walworth, 8.B — Cha^^^ sbowing 
bow. by uu an-ungenieut Btled to the ohair, all 
draughts can be eieludcd fjvai the sitter. 

911. WETHERILT, A. & J.. 10 Woet 
Chapel Street, May^dr, W.— Hodeli of 
our patent "Newton" Blinds, whieh eMtire 
absolute privacy with an open window. Also 
our new palcnt«l arrangement for windows, and 
a few samples of the Anglo-Arab turced work 
ujadu by us, 

012. MOON. MRa WA8HINOTON, 
IM Regent Street, W. (Sole Wliolesale 
AgenU, VY8E, SONS, Si CO., 76 Wood 
Street, K.C.)— rrolcctLue-Canopv Oils, out of 
which it is impoMiitiV« to » "Aiii v»» V^.'^^ 



■260 



CtoM XXX. (BoMt Galler;/). 



Into vhieb it U impovible for > r&l 
mosquilfi In enter, Uiere beioK > uTutj netting 
in an wcheil fnuoe wbicb let* doiin lo llie 
e.tge« of tlie o't, »nd proTee B protectiiig canop; 
OT^ it nbva llio niirbo b obli(^ to be ftbeenl 

oii LINORUBTA ft QEITERAIi 
DECORATINa CO.. Limited (THE). 
1S4 Oxford Btr«et, London.— Sam plt» of 

Lincruata iie Wull nccvimlioiia, dworatiii «nd 
in Bclf-oil.iur*. MHDtolB, dim™, ovprdntwa, 
perti'na ami vorinua ftrliclea of fiiruituro, 4o., 
omuucoted ititb Lincruita. 

Qt3iL ELLHTOTOIf & SON, 18 Frid&r 
Street, E.C. — Sanitury Ventilated Do«n 
QuUl (Porknell B Piilont). By Itiis patent frve 
vcntJUtinn for Down Quilts I* obtained hj thf 
iuttDduetioD of limple oerfuraleil dnuble-njrc- 
letted Btuda whicli, wiliuiut making anf por- 
CDDtJble differetjpe in Hit tpmpamtuw, allow the 
exhalation* FroD) thebodi duriiiK*leoplo eenape 
^m tbo tmJ, nni) tbug gcrurua a perf««tiy 
benltby and c< >in rorluMc TOndilinu of warmtli. 

gi4. WILKBSDEN WATEBFROOF 
PAPER A CANVAS WORKS (Li- 
mited), WillBsden Junction, N.W. : Lon- 
don Dopdt 8e Offloes, 84, Cannon Stroet, 

B.C.— <1> ICiiinil.ie« of Wille*l«u R-rtpm-.f 
fur liRbt conalruclinu of ambulanm and Bcld 
boapitala, Ac. (2) Model Fi«]d Hut ut8t>olI«r, 
<3) Partition! In siok room*, easily fitted witb- 
oat lath and planter, dirt. Ac. (4) WiUnden 
(Botptoot) CanTaa Sick Bed and Cbur. (B) 
Model! and Eiamplai of WilleMien Woahnbte 
Deoonition«. (6) Rol-pmuf NoD-poJBonous 
Wall Linin(». (7) UDderlininj^ Floor* in 
hoapilala, harral^kB. nurserioa, iloQioiitic oS)c«fl, 
Ac. for arftKng tbo joiau between Boor-board* 
and preTeaLiog iloiup ri*in|i;, Ac. 

915. WALKER, W TT.T.TAW, 118 
NowingtOQ Qraen Road, N.— Chain vith 
Patent Autonintia Routs, euilublo for tbo 
pirden. triimOBr, nmnibu*. Btianiboal. 4e.. 
viuuring a elcHn and <lry seat in all woatbera. 

91& HOLDOM, W. H., 73 Scrutton 
Street, Ciirtain Road, E.C,— (1) Cbildren'a 
Nursery Clnniiige Cbnira. (3) The Wolseley 
Ohnir. oont^ oeat. (3) Tbo Albany Cbair. 
nub seat. (4) A Dining Koom Ciiair, in the 
Dew orocodile skin (dull graiii). iC) A New 
Folding Route Seut (6) A i*idaboard. (7) 
A Cabinet. (8) An OTernuuitle Centre Table 
and Side Table. 

917. KOHN, JACOB & JOSEF. 64 
Orent Bostem Street, E.C— Auetrian 
B«atwaod b'limiture. 

gi8. STEWART & CO.. Limited, Bod- 
ding Manuf^otur«ra and UpholBterers. 
124 Newgate Street, E.C. — (1) Hriwe's 
Palonl Folding Spring Bod*, Spring Couchi's. 
Bprini; Multrcsses and Poldiiig Cribs. (2) 
Howe'i I'atent Uouseh4d Bed*tead8, Bras* 
and Iron Bwlsloads, Folding and Rooking 
Ohalis, Hexicao Oihbi HaauDocka. 



ROBERT, ft ( 

Street, LambeU^ aS.— Kadd 

wood of a BlODC Hulliooed Windoir, t 
with Potm'* wTonght-iron c&aeoieota, oi 1 
plied by than to the princip*! tn^mmtmt rf 
nobility, alio public worn KDd Ouiuu 
offloes, including the new Bojal 0)bA 
Jiutire, strand. 

930. WABNXB & RABOt. S V( 
gate Street, E.C— (I) Damiuks. Brwetd 
Brooidcs, Vi-tveta. Tapeetiic^ A>^. fim 1 
docurutioii. (2) Curtains, Fanutan^ Or 
iagi, and Ganut^uta, nuiiufaetured of Mft 
pare dyes. 

031. BODILL, PAHKXEB. tt 
Albion Works. Oreat JBamptoo Be 
& St George's Mill. Tow«r Bti«M.B 
mingham. — iiells and flttings, ecin>ii» ft 
and Itliogs, curtain cdtoina, hooka and ni 
MoBol books, locks and lock flnulUlfa A 
furniture, bat and coat hooka, eyaM«,eapta 
bnttona, picture rod and fitiingtv oraaa 
furnilure nails, «tair toda and eyw, dflfl 
pins, ansh fostenem. bliod nnk>^ «iv ■ 

033. CA3CPBELL, aKTFH, ft C( 
7fiNewinan Street. W.— Sti^Dail Ok 

Windows, for domcatio nso. SlalMaM wink 
Air and water dniwiDg-rtuto window (Xu 
Window btintl. "Morning." SnoUnrrx 
winrlo* (Sir W- ItaUah). Wlnilow ■ ft* 
and tbe Boy at tbe WulL" Two pud* (a> 
lier and ticidy). I^uiall panel. " Latboot.'' 

923. COBBAN. J. R.. Tb» Leodi 
Sand Blaat Decorative Otam Wort 
eO Gray's Inn Road, iKitidcm. T.C 
Pcnnnnout and cheap Dectrntlife Glan. *» 
dIiId for window ocrrcus. duor panda, fUdlgi 
ituircuscB, vestibule and ociling UgbU, cc 
serTalories, Ac., and for all purpoeH Id wki 
dpcnratiTe glaia can be applied. — Mcthtd. T 
glaaa is cut or engraved by a atnaia <it m 
ejected by steam power at oonsiiSaiaNe tnluf 
each gruin of sand rcmovtnjc a partideaf gl* 
TIjo purls not reituircd In be cut an jntM 
by a golatinr'us coiupoaitino. 

9Z4. PRICE, B. B., 4 Junetk 
Road, Plaistow.— Japaueee Panal ia B 

925- WOETLBY, OOX. STUAV 
HoBslyn House, Grove Elnd Rand, H.I 

— Tran9|)ari'nt i'hotigraiih* on GU«a 

926. CARDINAL ft KARFQBX}, U 
109 High Holbom. W.O.~^i) Qiim 

Cai}--ta. (2) Indinn Prints. [»> 1M> 

926«. WARREN'S PATENT D 
BOBSED GLASS CO., 4 BlaluHMa 

StroetWiUiin. E.C.— An GmboMedWi^ 
by the '■ Wiirreii " juTitreaB. 

QILLOW & CO., 406 Oxfbrd Strw 
Iiondon. Branohes, Lancaster; Utn 
pool ; Maneheater. Decorators and Fu 
nlsbers to H.U. the Queen and ttue Boj 



CTiM XXXI. {Eatt CaUral GalUry C). 



gap. aHAITKS& CO.. Tubal Foundry. 
Barrbeod, near Olasgow. — (1) SbuikB' 
Patent " Eun^kn " ii[<r»\ auil rinnge Bath, 
tUMii vitli cnbinrt work complete, (fi) Cum- 
biDed Bpray knd Siti Bath, with nkbinet work 
complete, (9) Copper Needle Biith, with 
llttinn complete, «il nickel plated. (4) 
Sbuiltir Patent Imperial Bath m wood en- 
olotnn. (R)Sba^ FatodtUnWenalBath in 
wood enclotiire. (8) Shanki' Patent Rolled 
Edge ImpeHal Bath. (7) C^pperSiU Bath in 
Gi>buii-t Work. (8) An anortoient of Shanks' 



and one SUte Slop Sink. (10) Shanks' 
Patent "Tubal" with Patent "Reliable" 
Sn>t>"ii Citlenu. (11) Shanks' Patent Valve 
Clrweta. (IS) Now Patvat " tteliable" SypLon 



mo. WEBBEIB, JOBIAH. TrofUgar 
Xioag«, CI«org« Place, Hyde Vale, Oreen- 
wlch.— "Tlie Oljntliion." a bith by mrani of 
whii'h the iloclor muj »e<'ure in the paticnt'i 
home the beut tlicnpeutic elTecti of a hot or 
cold air batb. oxjigeu. mediniled vapour, or 
electric batli. with tpoolal faoilitiea for medidal 
obaervalioD iinil control. 

9^1. BDOCKIi, E., 96 Btrand, W.C— 
Batiitary Pcrratnerjr, oomprising; (1) Toilet 
Tinegar, a tnnio lotion for the toilet or bath. 
(B) Aronuitio OKoniier, a fraprant pontdor of 
pine and enoal;rptua, to puiity the air. (S) 
Aromatic Oionixed Pookot Caaimlette. (4} 
0«oiiU«l Eau do Culopie. (6) LarendDr and 
Florida Water. (6) Owmieed ToilKt Boap. 
(7) Carbolic Soap. (8) Coal-tar Soap, opaque 
and tranapartmL (9) CaiboliD Tooth Wu>b 
and Dlslnfcctaiil. 

932, OWEN, BAMTJSIh 87 Fann 
Street, AlderBgale Street, E.G.— (1) Pa- 
tent CoruforliiUD TUtb. with ami all cast in 
niie. (3) Patoiit Twin-screw Bath Fittings. 



ClotetA. (8) New English Clowt. 

933- CRITTALL, RICHAHD. 34 
ITortli Street, MancheBter Square, Iion- 
don, W. — A Completely Fitleil Baljj-rot.m 
with an Improved Roman Bulb. The hot nnJ 
cold valvet, waste pipe, Af.., are all ronnoctcd 
to bath, and require do separate fixing, 

934. FERETNS, B., ft SOU, Bermond- 
sey Street, 8.E., and Cannon Street 
Buildings, E.G., London.— (1) Steel Open 
BatliB, stamped ends, tionod and enamelled, 
cheap, light, durable, and do not chill the 
water, thus obviating the great dranback of 
east iron, (S) Copper Open Batba, s(ampe<J 
enda, tinned and enomt-llod. (3) Hecia In- 
stantaneous Water Heaters. (4) Belf-bealing 
Qaa BaUis. (5) Sanitary Setunleas Stuel 



8Aaoeptm> and Stewpoiu. no rerdjgrii ottoff 
contamination, cbesprr than wlvnglit ins, b1 
practically indeetxuctible. 

935. WA1J.ER. TSOICAS, 48 lU 
Street Hill, and The Orore. Soutlnndt, 

<1) lutpraved Open Batli fltled wilh na, 
L<. : this can be fitt«i] to anT kind tl UlL 
jt water cistern, bot linen cl(«et, nd tni 
anuir in action. <2) PMant OetageU Saf. 

936. CIiEMENTFS, J TBaktbh , a DO, 
61 Great BuaaeU Street. 'V.C^l) lt» 
sortmunt of Cttiments' Btrong Gnu IImI 
Water Fittings. (2) Bath Store and Baila 
(9) Hot Water Circtilatii>s Ciatem. (4) Of 
per Hot Water Cironlaiing Cylinder. (5) la- 

Cmrcd Enamelled Oaat Iran Batlu (fl) Fora- 
tin llatb. (7) Inprorod Needle Baa 1^ 
Doncbo for Turkish Bath. ^ Sbnwcr t^ 
Vapour Baths. (9) Aaaortiiietil of Sinki firal 
purposes. (10) Wtahing Tro^w. 

937. EWABT ft SOIT, 846 BaMB 
Road, London, TS.W. — (1) Btmj irf 
Shower 8,1th. (2) Challei)«er Ebth >tt 
Boilsrs. (3) Gas Bath. (4) SpeolmMa d 
Portable Baths, 

938. SHEATOZT, JOSH, ImptfUl 
Buildings, Ludgate Circtia.— <1) StBsMis 
Imperial Spniy. t-hower. Douche, Bok, Oi 
Waie Bith complete. (2) Tip-up LaviliB 
Apparatus. (S) Handsome Lavalory win 
pull-out patent artsDgemcnt. (4) Bat<iicte^ 
Bath ami Ij^valory, combined with w aidw ba 
(6) Also Hospital Slop Sinks, Closek, Ac. 
(6) Cost Leail Traps ("The Eclip«"> (T) 
l:^[iecimens of Suiiitaty Plumbing, Drawiagisl 
same. (8) Iliit Water Apparatiu. 

039. WTIST CENTRAJ. aANITABY 
ENOINEERrNa COMPANY (THS). 
7 Drury Court, Strand, ■WT.C,— (1) Pil«i 
Plnnge and Siltins Baths, each eoiDbJned wM 
duui<hc, shower, wave, eh-ctric and other nmfial 
appliances. (2) Patent Oombineil Mndk 
doDche and shoner balli wiih Ele«irie Ckit 
(8) Patent Electroplated TDlesropic, Tntnlu 
Bath Arrangement. (4) Palent ComUDid 
Cliair and Turkish Both with eleotriii m^ 
other appliances. 

940. SQUIRE A 80M8. 41S Oxfbiil 
Street, Ijondon, W.— Antiseptic S<«ps. 

9iOn- BALLARD, P. A., St ROOEBa 
1 Crowndale Road, St. Pancras, IS.Wi- 
Bullurd'a Odoutohue Liquid DeDtifncv. 

941. BTAR BRUSH CO^ UmiUd 
(THE), North Boad, Cattle Market, Bd- 
loway, N.— I'attnl Sulid Back &lacbiae-tu^ 
Brushes for iiouspliolJ usp. 

942. KKIOHT, JOHK, & SONS. 
Silvertown Soap Works & Oil MiU*. 

Victoria Docks, London, E Honsehokl, 

Sanitary, uud Toilet Soaps. 

943. ROOERS, BOCK & Co.. S8 EMdaj 
Street, London, RC— Druitwich BiiM 
Ballis. 




CTow XXXI. (Eati Cmlrid Gallmi C). 



zHk 



946. aOSNEU., JOHN. & CO.. 08 
■Upper Tbames Street. E.G.— (1> Sniiitary 
Toilet Piepuiations uil Toilet Brusbes fur the 
■Un Bad oomplfiion. (2) AnliMptio Coal Tar 
8o>p. (3) Viutet and MUleflenr Ponder. 

(4) Violet Vineeiu. (6) For the Teeth : Cherry 
Tooth Pule; TliB Al Tonth Urush. (6) For 
the Hair: Tbe TnchoBanin tlnir Brash. 

947. TILBURY. W. R., Se CO., 47 
Frampton Park Road, Hackney, E. — 
Ti.>Ui Uruxli Mttimfarturcr. 

M& BABR£TT. A.. Bi BON'S, 83 
Piooadilly,— (1) Imiiroved Toil.t Bnislii^s. 

(5) Ilutr and Hnth llruiihe*. &o. (3) lupruved 
Cwidle RuQoctiir Iteodiog LaoipiL 

949. CASH, J. & J., Hertford Street. 
Coventry, — (X) GeQtknimi'B Rough Bnlh 
Towel. (2) TiiToo Spires Towd. 

950. MOITNTAIN, JOSEPH. & Co., 
Bonitary Engineers, Blouk Street, Shef- 
fleld.— Moiint;.i.i'9 !"?« .-■(■., It-re.l Tortiible or 
Fix.'J l.nv..U.r>- and CliddrtVB Uslli. 

51. CREBSWELL, H..& CO., 32 Red 
1 Square, Irf>ndon, W.C.— Spouge» of 
all hiiKiH for bathing, toilet, atalito, and gt-ne- 
ral ctpniiiug purpos-.'n. 

95a - CHESBROnOH MAKTJPAC- 
TURINQ CO. (THE), 41 Holbom Via- 
duct. — Vaielioe Pn>p(ijutiona, for emollient, 
menlkiunl, phannBCeDtical, and toilet purpose*, 
•oapa, &o., OH an antiseptic and disiDfeotanl. 

K3. HAROREAVES BROTHERS Sc 
CO., Cleveland Street, Hull.— (I) Snuibii,' 
DisiDfecbint Blue (by Itoval LrtU.>is fnletiO. 
nudo in the shape of the ktkm D nml B, com- 
bined (Rcgniitervd Shape). This llluo is ptr- 
fectlj pure, nod a iiicvenlinn agaliiit fevers 
and inbctiouadiaeaaeit. (S) -Botunds" Black 
Lead in rouud blucki. (3) Hargreurea' Black 
Lead in blocks. (4) IlargreaTcii^ Square and 
Ocean Dtuea. 

055. ALLIANCE MAJJUPACTUR- 
rNQ CO., Leadenhall House, 101 
Xieadenhall Street, KC.—-I,Bth.-ririi.'"—!t 
cleans rnrrifls iwrfwlly. and dooa nil affect the 
ooloura. lltaDkcta or FIbddcU washed wilh it 
become perfooUy soft and equal to new. Bilvec 
wssheil with It rcquina no other oleaoing. 
Lace and Uualln Cuilnini require do mbhing, 
aimplj to be drami throngk a aolutioD of the 
Latliorinc. It it perfect tea kitohen parnosea, 
ai it romovea grease innlaDtly from anytnitiE; 
no ichIb reqairol Lntheriuo sortena the skin 
and prevents chapping of the hnnds. 

956. M A R KS, HENRY. Si SONS, 4K 
HoimilBditcli, E. ; and at Syra and 
Smyrna.— S(*Q BUS for Hatha, Hospitala, 4c 



QRE&NBANK ALKALI 
CO., St. Helen's, LanoasMre. 
(1) I-ure Olive Oil PoUsh Soap. (2) Double 
Krllned Puwilerod 98 per cent. Cauatio Soda. 
(3) Ohlorido of Lime. (4) BeQned Pearl 
Aahea. (fij Pure Cauatio Pot.ish. (6) Bpe- 
eioltica for making foap without boiling and 
■ofleniiig wateca. 

058. TTDUAJf & SON. 21 Wilson 
Street, Finabury, E.C.— Tidmnu a Bea Salt 
for priduoiug a rval itca bulb at home. 

ALBERT LADHDHY BLUE 
-FACTDBINQ CO. (THE), 132 
Upper Thames Street, E.C. ; and Bristol. 

-(1) L:Un.i.mriri.i lllin-. (2) liiilie.> BIiip, in 
bull. Mill ur>.-. and ihuiub. (3) Black Lea J fur 

960. THOMPSON, H. A-, & SON, 
22 Worship Street, KC— " The Purifier " 
Laundry Blue (fluid). 

961. LYON. P., B4-ee Harleyforf 
Road. 8.E. — Carbolic Snap Compound, and 
othor washing and cleansing jwwdcrs. paalea, 
anil Uuids, having disiufucting propurtica. 

962. MAY, H., ti CO., OoodlnKS 
Road, CatUe Market. N. — (1) May's 

Wft:.hing Powder. (2) Kstnwt of Soap. (S> 
Starch Improver, for j^laziiig linen. 

963. SBLLHEIS. JOHN, 8 Farrtng- 
don Road, KC— (I) l^ellers' Potash and 
Bath SoBfie. (2) S^lieni' Uiychlorogone for 
disinfecting parposcs. 

S. CHI8WICK SOAP CO. (THE), 
wick, W.— Samples of Soft Soaps for 
cIcvDsing and clisiufectiug and washing woollen 
goods. 

ofiS. BALMOND, DAVID, The Sosp 
Works. Valley Road. Bradford, York- 

Bhlre.— (1) OlivtOilHnrilor Marat illes Soap. 



(2) Best M'hite Curd S'Kip. (3) Tinlel Soapa 
in tablets. (4) Gatlipoli Oil Soft Soap. (6) 
OIlTB Oil Soft Soap. (3) RcfinEd Ckitlon Swd 



966. 80WEBBUTTS, JAS. CHAB.. 
Works, Woking Station. London 
OSlce, 13 Spencer Road, New Wands- 
worth, B.W. — Gaidi Sapuline, a pore creatu- 
colouretl Soop. 

5JS7. WOOLLBY, JAMES, SON ft 
CO.. Manufttcttuing Ph&rmaceutieat 
Chemiata, Manohester.— <1) Sanitary Boae 
Powder. A soluble autiacptio dusting powder 
for toilet and obildren't uae. A aubtiitule tin 
violet nowder FulWa earth, 4c. (2) Pbenate 
of Soda Solution. An antiacptie application 
for burns, aohabls, chilblains, stiugi of in-, 
septa. &c. I'aed in dental siu'gcry u an 
astringent antisciptia mouth wash for tetuter- 
ness of the gnnu after the cxtiaation of teeth. 



Cla*g XXXI. (Eatl Cenlnl G^tOcrg C). 



^"•g6B. HTNCTiATR, -T ATWIR H, sb South- 
wark Street, B.E.— (1) Sinclair Cold-wBter 
SoAp. A Bitap lor washing linen iu coU or 
topid wiiter unil for all liouaebold parpMi^s. 
(2) Corbolicr DibiorvFtant Soap. 

969. PEAH8, A. fle F., 38 Great 
HuBsell Street. — I'liura' Soap, 

970. ALLEN, JAMES, & SON, 21 & 
23 Marylfebone Lane, London, W.^ror- 
lable Turkisli Hot Air and Vapour Batli-, 
applied to bed. or used with cbnir. Broni'bitis 
KetUea, Inlialcr*, Ventilating Croup Kettlei, 
tn vol ids' and Nursery Balba, lurantd' and In- 
valids' Food Warnier«, Ik'd-Biitha, Bud-Paua, 
and otlier eick-room applUucea. 

SI. NOKTH BHITISH PLtTMBING 
, 4 Upper BB.kar Street, B.W.— Im- 
proved Bariilarj Hip Bath. 

972. HALL, JOHN, & CO., Btotir- 
bridge.-(l) Hall's Palent Enamelled Por- 
oelaiQ Eritb, whiob requires no eating, being 
enamelled all over ; can tlierefore be lh'>rotiglily 
and eaailf cleonieil outaide hi veil as iDaid<>, 
which is impossible with a caaed bath. (2) 
Porcelain Sinks, Tro'lglis, ie. (8) White and 
Ooloured GLiiMd Bricks. 

073. MACCALL, THOMAS, M.D., 
27 Hayter Boad, Brixton, 8. W.— Turkish 
Both for dnmi^stin use, nilli'd "Tbe Matlock 
Domestic PoHnblo Turki^i Bnth," being; a 
oompleU) Tarkish B.ith on a small scale, suit- 
able for private hoiuHs, hoIuU. bospilals, and 
bydropatbic establishnicntB. Perfectly vcuti- 
taled and absolutely safi', portable, eeonomical 
(heating outing only about one hrilfpeiiny per 
bnth) ; docs not Inlerfere vllh bouse or estab- 
lishment in anr way, sn<l nllews of absolute 
cleanlineBB and privacy. The temperature is 
easily regnlatwi to suit any constitalion or con- 
dition without the slightest riak. 

97*. FIHCH, BENJAJHIN, 8t CO., 
181 High Holbora, W.C.— (1) LavntorieB 
for schools, liospitnla. and workhoiisfg. Single 
ditto, for olBoiS and private use, improveii jtW. 
Laviitiiriea to prevent the npread of opthuluiia. 
(2) Porcelain Butli and Sink. (8> Ctostts. 
Urinals. (4) Patent Ventilating Windoo 

975. BEHHAM & SONS. 60 Wig. 
more Street, CaTendisli Square, W.— 

(1) BalfjB with atliiiga for hoi and sold wati-r. 

(2) Lavatory Basina aud fittings. (3) Hospital 
Bath- (4) llmss Fo.it U .Ihs and Wau-r Ui.ns, 
(5) Towel Warmer. (6) Improved Slop Sink. 

076. HENDHLE, BOBEET, dc CO.. 
niiolesale PerftimerB, 12 & 13 Tich- 
bome Street, Haymarket. W.- (1) helt-r- 
l^iiil and otlier Tiidot Soajis. rompriiiing Patent 
Petroleum, Petrolinc, Cosmetic, Carbolic, t^oal 
Tar. (2) DeterKenl Liquid Denlifiico. (3) 
Hygionio Toilet Vinegar lor the Bath. (4) Hy- 
^enio Uilk of Beeca for the Skin. (6j Hone; 
^feter. (e) Hura.nA~ '" ~ " 



JfoeAIiNijj 



ALBION 8ANTTAHY SOAP < 

76 New Oxford Street, (** 
in Motion. »>.'. rr. .4r™J^.) 

ASHWORTH BROTHERS, Mom 
Brook Works, Mancheator. (See Marhi- 
wry IF. MoUoH, Walrrn tAifJm/) 

BAKER, J. M. B., 62 Holborn VU- 
duct, EC. i.Ser CUk 23.) 

BENHAM St SONS, SO Wigmor« 
Street, Cavendish Square, W. (_A* 
Mii.-hi,^nj in M„liun, ItVjiteni Gullfry.) 

BRADFORD, THOMAS, & CO, 
140-143 High Holbom, W.C. (S«- HuMf- 
nenj in Mulion, Wrflrm Ualtenj.) 

CALVERT, F. C, 6c CO., Bradford 
and ManohBSter. (S<x CUuu 23 ) 

CLEAVER. F. L., & SONS, 8a-« 
Hed Lion Street, W.C, (Ste MaeMnrrv (• 
Jlo/iun, WfiUrn Gnlhry.) 

CLIFF, JOSEPH St SONS, King's 

Croaa, liondon, N. (Aw VUu* 20.) 



DENT &. HELLTER, 21 Newcaatle 
Street, Strand, W.C. (S-:t CUxm 23.) 

DOULTON & CO., LamtMtb, S.B. 
{S^. VU., 211.) 

DRAKE, CHARLES, & CO.. Umitad. 
Railway Wharf, Battai-sea Park. BM. 
(_t>t:r CliiM 28.) 



HARPER TWELVETREE8, 8 Cftr 
Road, Pinsbury Square, EC. (S™ lb. 



HESELWOOD, JAMES, Zixoelalar 
Leather Works, Leeda. (Set XatUmm 
in .Viillon. ICwtera JrruAi.) 

HEYES, LLOYD, ft BHTFTTliB- 
WORTH, 801 Commercial Road, K 

(Ste M-Xfhiarry in Motion. Wftlen tfoiliry.) 
HIGHBURY MACHINE CO, (THlk 

33 HoUoway Road, N, (See " ' 

in Muli'm. HV./.rri UtiUcy.) 
KENWORTHY, E N., & 00„ A 

Works, Oldham, (^.t MMhihrru tn It 
WtfUrn Gathry.) 
LANG8TAFF, CHARLES,: 

The Chalet, Baaaet, Bouthai- - ' 

ClaHlH.l 



-RLES,- Mtt . 
:haiDptin^jM| 



date XXXII. (^Main Entrance). 



207 



■ -IC0DOUOAI.LBROTIIEB8, 10 Mark 
lAne, ILC. (5» l!l.,u 23.) 

HAiaiTEN, F. A.. 23 it SS Qroat 
Tower Street, KC. (J*« C/nM21.) 

MTDLAITD RUSTLESB IRON CO., 
36 DudJe; Road, Wolverhampton. {.See 
t.'(uM 27.) 

MITCHELIj, J.. & CO., 318 Weet- 
gat« Road, Newcastle-on-Tsme. {5re 
.tf<icAiB«-y I'n Motion, WrUrm GaUfry.) 

MTTNNKRY, J. CHAMBERS, 41 
BiabopBgata Street Without, E.C. (,Stt 

r;i.« -28.) 

NORMAN, JOHN JAMES, 37 Wal- 
brook, E.C. (.•>>.■ (V.i>- 24.) 

PATENT STEAM WASHER & 
LAUNDRY CO.. I^imitod (THE>, 35 
Albion Street. Leods. {S*e Machinery iti 



m.U'a 



■,ui^) 



PRICE'S PATENT CANDLE CO., 
Llmit«d, Belmont Works, Batteraea, 

aw. (*;«(■(-«- 2U) 

BOTH. DR. M., 48 Wimpole Street. 
Cavendtah Square, W. (,-Vo Cbur 3y,) 

STEPHENS «£ WOODMAN. The 
Brixton EngiQeeriiig Worka, Barring- 
ton Road, Brixton. S.W. (Am Machinrjy 
in .W.ifiun. H'fUrrn Gatltri) 

STONE. JOHN, Town Clerk, Bath. 

WARNER, JOHN, St SONS, Crescent 
Foundry, Cripplegate, E.C. (.S'.p tV^Jn'ja.) 

WHALLEY, SMITH, & PAGET, 
Parker Street Iron Works, Keighley. 
Yorkshire. {Sn il<icliinery in Moliim, 
UV>(rm Arra.lt) 

WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM, tc CO., 
133 High Holbom, W.C. (&» Maehineri/ 
■ n Xolioti, Waten tSalUrg.) 

Class XXXII. 

(Ufain Enlraner.) 
Publioatione and Literature, Models, 
Pictures, Diagrams, tto,, relating to 
Oroup 3. 

977. BAYLY, J. PITT, 18 Fulhajn 

Plaoe, Paddlngtoa, W.— <1) Design ahow- 

', iog B Buncinn in «.«! ion describing thediOcreDl 

> tD'uliW of hraliDz b; hut-«atrr or attnai from 

tvili'n boated bj' gM, btttba, wuUT-flltiDga, 

J dralni. tnpa, UTaWie*. Tuiililatiun fluw, 

, ■ocDT*. drinking and BniUiog ciilcniB.&o. (S) 

rnqtcacd Balbaand Aqoarium at Daamcmoath. 

pen and iiik diawing of ffoit vloratiun, anil 

Kround jiLan allowing Iho difleimt dcpartioi'nl* 

J„T battia 



97S. BOni.NOIS, H. F£BCY, Bo- 
rough Engineer, Portsmouth. — Dingrnm 

sliowing a aiinple matbod of diacoaliectiDg n 
dnelliDg-boDBe froia Ihe main sever where auih 
[Iwt-lliD^-boiise IB built tight op to the footpath 
in un urban Btreet. 

979. BRANNON, PHILIP, Hygeia 
Lodge, Walton Naze Park, Essex.— Draw^ 
iiiga and llhiMtr..tii'[is of PlMp llroaQoti'i Saai- 
tiiry IVoiks, Matvrinla and luvontiuns for pari- 
fjiag water collectiun ; nanitar; drainage, 
latrines, Midhcns' B«wDge treatment, and abao- 
latt'l; aanitar;, flrc-pmof, umlee&ying Houbi'i 
and House- buildiDg MuterinlE, Tabalar ar- 
riiDgenienl of priDcinlee of saoitatiou — penonal, 
ruunicipal, dnmnl, &c. 

9S0. BRANNON, THOMAS NAOLE. 
Hygeia Lodge, Walton Naze Park, 
Essex.— riaiiB. 

981. BYRNE, P. J., & WTLMOT, 
32 Park Street, Windsor, Berks.— <1) 

PIilh and l't'rs]KTliTO View of the dwulUngs at 
old Wimiant f,.c tbe eirploy& of the Royal Tar- 
wfltry Works. (2) Ut.'»i^-i.a for mudul lodging 
liouftcB. (3) Ueaigus for artisaiiB' luid Jaboureia' 
cottagti in the omulrj. 

982. ARTIZAK8'. LABOtTRERS- 
AND GENERAL DWELLINGS CO. 
(H. PLUMBE, 13 Fitzroy 8qusro,W.>— 
Drawinj^B. 

983. CLARKE, EDWARD, 6 Adam 
Street. Adelphl. W.C.-Dmwingi of In- 
dnBlrial Dwelling!* ercrtnl in Little Wild Street, 
White Hart Street, and Slanbope Street, Dniry 
Lane. Leather I^ne, Holborti, Tumniill Street, 
Furingdan Rood. Queen Stceet, Be*«n Diali, 
liaubury Slroel, and Wi-llinpton Street, White- 
clioiH ind UniheDi Wi.ik, Soulhwark. 

984. COOKE, CHARLES H., F.8.A., 
Architect, Burlington Chambers, 180 
New Bond Street, W.— Arcliilecturid Draw- 
ing". 

98s CORPORATION OF BOLTON 
(THE) (M. ROBINSON, Architect).— 
Plans of Ihi' HoUiiu Pi-ver lln^pitid. 

986. CRONK, E. EVANS. IS Pall 
MalL — Drawings illuatrutive of domeatio 
arrhitecture and improved dnelliagi for the 
poor, and Fever Iletpital. 

987. DDNSCOMBE, CLEMENT, 
M.A., M.Inst.C.E., City Engineer, LivOT' 
pool— Plans of Artiimuo' Dwullinga, Naih 
Uro»e, Liverpool. 

985. DYER. FREDERICK C, 03 
Qraoechureh Street, EC— Deaigns for 
Artiions' Dwellin^-fl. 

089. EDEN, JAMES ISRAEL, S3 
Abingdon Street, a W.— < 1 ) Drawinga 
sliowiug Dew ocimblDatioii form of diainB I« 
houtca in temee. Aatumatic Flusbing Wheel 
for ntlliiing wute water from Ualhs, Siiika, Ac. 
(S) Dra«>iiL[a showing Plana of Town Uoum 
with the aiMiTO apjiluincci in Jiosllion, _ 



^oiall Hoilel iil U»U bi. tt«!i.^ tt 



lion,^8J, 



dam XXXtl. (Main Entrance). 



QQO. FARROW, FBEDERIC 

BICUAHD, 3S Oravnn Street, Stroud, 
v.— llmiKii* for Muliurbiui Hifust. 



002. HATSS, JOHN.C^,B7 Xjeadan- 
hall Street, E.O.— rUns iUu.tratiuK HuvL-a' 

y'Blem of " Sou Wiitnr Supply for Loorlon." 
liin iiniiMi ta put rorvnuil by tlie author not 
U B fluul •otutioo at tliH nniblem nf ■upplying 
Loiidon mitli a chrap an^ plcntirul supply ot 
wa urutBT, but iltnply aa a nnaiu of iii(ia.lnaiiig 
till) uliL-ln lutu thu mclmimlu apoti an pconn- 
mUal baxis. anil of kovpiti^ pace witb tbe 
dvinuni) until the time iLiiiil;! arriie when '- sea 
water" Iwtonics an nrlii:li' of daily hounchuld 

093. HAYWARD, CHARI.ee 
FOBBTEB, F.S.A., Arohltect, ao Hon. 
Uffue Street, BuHsell Square, W.C— 
(1) Dmmn)(ii of hiniam. erpctvd cliiufly of irnod 
Kir apefial purpim aa ilwi-llinga — viz. (t) A 
Dnabie-roniDtol Sleeping L'hllot. I<eiclen Park. 
Onleliealor: (2) Culdrenwir'k, Corawall; (3) 
Halinborg. near Chriitiatiia, Norway. (2) 
Drawingi of bnildiaga orcvted for spMinI 
•chool pnrpiHM — vi*. (I) National Seienoe 
Bobooli, tlani)w, two riuni ; (2) Sanalfiriuiu, 
Harrow S<.liool; (3) A l-irgo and a Sii.all 
Pupil lloudu at Harrow: (1; A Large Kuuhc 
for pupili^ cubioal aystom (Chartcrhouac). (51 
fiurlon Bank. Hill Uill School. 

994. HENKAN. OKABLBS, 64 
Cannotk street, E.C.— Drawinga of various 
Dwelling Hoiifcs. 



996. HnaH£!S, HENBY, 3 Libra 
Bead, Boman Road, Bow, Londoa, £.— 

(1) DmwiU(5 of I'alunt Apparatua uhowiog Pis* 
torn for o full aupply of lilti.-n<d wal«r for c&nk- 
fntt aoil boiucbold pnrpoacs, alao for lapplyiDp 
diaiiifeclantB to water-cloautaand hotuehold pur- 
pnaea, non-«immtiDii«ting with the drinking 
water of oiitern. (S) Unghei' Patent Sewrr 
Cinem fur dtodnriBing kul gaaea otising frum 
tliB main and local wwen. 

097. IMPROVED INDUSTRIAL 

CWBLLINQS CO., Limited (THE), 34 
Pinabury Circua, E.C.— (1) Pluns, Elova- 
tioiiH nnd MoiIoIb of Uuildinga LTOcted bj Ci)iD- 

Siny. (2) Sunrlty H|>ocinii>Da of Sanitnry and 
omiMitip A]>pliiinc4.'g and Building Miilerials 
in uw iu the building*. 

998. LEES. WILLIAM KEWSON, 
A.B.LB.A., Arolut«ct, 27 Doughty 
^Street, W.C. — DrawiuK of Workinzmcu'a 
s.juBt orecUal in willioiD Slreet, Btock- 
<, |i>r the IruitMa of Bmwn'a eatnte. 



999- I 
la Job 



. LORD. H., DioooHUt C 

43 Joim Dalton 8tr««t, T~ 
Drawing. 

tooo. MAT. B. J^ ai Hart SDa 
Bloomsbury, W.C— Virwa uad PkBi 

H..ui,a buili ua a moiplsie •jrsttn tf «^ 

loot. METROPOLITAN" AS80CU 
TION FOR ratPROVtNa TK 
DWELLING OP THE INDaSTBU 
CLASSES, 19 Coleman atroet. KC- 

T«0Mr,l,.ls„u.i VUn^ 

JOHN 



1002. MOERATa, JOHN R. I 

"' "-'ma. BLC— Siuiit*rTOi««M 

J eartli^aalu>-pnMf dvdla 



Oreat SL Helena. BLC— Siuii 



1003. MOYB. JOSEPH a., 8 BvA 
wick Street, Hrde Parfi Squan^ 
Dcien for iwuolry booA. l9) Dird^^nYw 
of the Hottingham Park Eatatr, KmL 9 
Huu«e recently tmolarl, <4) -HigkWA*t 
c™ir»e of erecUoD on Uie Hotlinfhoi W 
Gstatc. (6) SianiiieUflMid VOIaa. (6) im 
detached Viilns. 

1004. NATIONAX.lCODELXnnU> 
INOS CO. (TSB). 40 Cumon SlMl 
B.C.— Diatrin^ofUie uodal dweUinaoaM 
U|>on IhL' aituof the old (Jneen'a Pmrh pnf» 
ttouthwark. 

1005. NOBTH. c. Tn. MC xzrmK 

16 Borougb High Street, ti.g , — Dtaitih 
cxlem detached booae at B(oeU^M> 



CO^PBU- 




Foreot Hill 

1006. ODDFELLOWB' 
TIVB BUILDIJ jq S e 1 
CO., Limited (THIE:), BCwket BiM 
Uancheater.^Pians of bauaea and ^* 
grapbg, buill and ocenpiod by jiiiii hauMi fnw 
the Od.lfuUows' CcMjpcrfttiToBtiildingAUt* 
ment Co., LimitwI. 

1007. BAHNISTEB A fXiSTCHB 
29 New Bridge Street, Ludsate CinM 
E.C.— Drawing of movable acullcry. 

looS. BOSS, JOHN, ft7K Old BeK 
Street, W.— A Design fro 1 *!»«,«*' otWrt 
-?n'B Dftollmg* euiuUe for ruiml dlrtricih 

1000. 8ANITABT APP T.TATT f?f W 
(THfi). 4 St. Ann's Square, UooioluM 
— Designfl for labonrew" dwellinea br J C«W 
Morrell. These are two-atoned. aeU--^.^ 
dwelling*, each bouse having a 11 u iui nw 
nailery »ud ccrertd yard, and thtea bt^mH 
nd IB fitted with a Marrell'a p-Htr t «il* 
lifting ash cloeet. Previaioa ia t—Ai b 
thmugh vonltlation. Estimated oc«t (oid^ 
of bind) £75 each house, 

loio. SANITARY EJfQTT n.ngBTli a 
& VENTILATION CO. cT^^Ul 
Victoria Street, S.W. — (1) Uiagruat = 
iiofiroved s.-lf-cli'aiiBiiig oiaturua, (Sj i^uia 
Filters. (3) Aerating tsilicated Carbon KilUfl 
(4) Ail CluoDsing Arrangomtoita iu « 
witli inlet ventilators. (S) Bouk : * 
Science and Practice," 



ChiM XXXn. (Main EnlTanai). 



ion. SOCIETY FOR IMPHOVrNQ 
THE CONDITION OP THE LA- 
BOURINQ CLASSEa, 9 BioomBbury 
M&naione, Hart Street, W.C.— (1) Dmit- 

tuga >[!(1 I'tens for coltu^oa. (2) Drunini^ uf 
■lodel and reDiritttHl dwclliiigi. 

lOia. SOUTH LONDON DWELL- 
UStQB CO., Limited, let Block, Buirer 
I<odge, Lambeth Rood, B.K — Finn of 
d*elUnK»QtSiirr.-.v L,-i«(i. 

1013. INTEHNATIONAL HEALTH 
ft HOOBB DRAINAGE ASSOCIA- 
TION (THE). Broadway ChamberB, 
WestmlnBter, 8,W. ^ Hjulf ni of draiuoigo 
Attd roulilnliou ILH curried out by Uio Aiaociik- 
tlali. 

tot4. THEOBALDS, WILLIAM. 48 

WslliDg Street, E.C.— I'lnni Ponpootive of Im- 
wovnl WurkuiQu'a LiwclHii)^ (Hgricultnml). 
Tbote cottagtfe ore diwigrii-d witli a viuw 
of bIi owing liow tliD usricidtuial labouren 
tnd wlLMii ouQ be onmfurlikbly and ooqto- 
nicqilly housed at 11 itnKll outlny. They 000- 
■iit of living-room. ktlohDn, waah-buuBe, aiiil 
Hhot neceuarr otBfi, and bare tbia notice- 
able feitarK. tbnt they fy^ntnin three bedruomi, 
nantits', boys', nnd girls'. ■U o( wliich ore 
, Is in aiie, wull lighted, and all are fieparal4>. 
Thaowt to imlM would be limited aocordiug 
lo local circunutAncea 



■ able 



London; & Bumeaton House, O-ulldford. 

(1) Diwjra for Mi«Il-1 PuUib lliilliB. iS) De- 
sign for >r"lel Publio IlutUs and Laundry. 

1016. VERHON, T. HBYQATE, 21 
Abingdoa Street, S.W. — (1) Plana of boupe 
at NorthitadcTV, Slre.>tbam CamuioQ. (2) M11- 
li.-r'» houie on the UBtiit*; of the Rl, tlon. LonI 
t rt-wc, Crewe Gri?«n. Cbocbire. (3 House a1 
^VIlitIlebury. Motthamiitunahire (Date of 
limftnii's). (4) Early wnod, t^anningdale (0. 
D. Poll.wk. Eiq.). (S)Srbnol at Crewe Orccu. 
thc-ebire. (6) & (7) B.unl Seboolj, Bag- 
brooko. NortlinmiA.n.bire. 

1017. TOUNa ft HALL. 17 South- 
ampton Street. Holbom, W.C. — riaoa 
of dvelUug-houKS nhiiwing drainage urmngt!- 

loia. WALFORD, JAMES THOMAS. 
82 Buckingham Folate Road, aW. 

1-Une nxd S|«i'lal D.t.iv^>» of 1. small hou 
ilhirtratiuR n rational apiilieation of oconnni 
niiiirorl uud art, with a piTft.'ct diatrihutiiio 
the BCTr'ml tipartiuunta thoroughly voatiUted 
with a doe repud to health. 

IDIO. WALL, JOSEPH, 13 Wal- 
brook. E-C.^Dniwing* abnwitkg Ibo pruwut 
dwetlio^is of Uio poor, and also shontng iin- 
pmTud pUoning and ponatniclion of model 
dwellio)^ with detail dnwinga and pervpeo- 
li ve Hketchr*. 

ioi9n. TOUNO, JOHN, Superinten- 
dent of Cleansing, Olasgow. — Flan of 
City lUfium Umputoh Workt^aiaegow. 



1030. WEAVER, RICHARD. C.E., 
P.C.8., Sanitary Surveyor, 24 High 
Holbom, W.C.—UrawUigi uud Diagratne. 

■.1. WEBSTER, JAMES, A.R.I.B.A.. 
37 Doughty Street, Meckleuburgh 
Square, W.C— ArlicanB' Dwelling*, Whitt- 
chaiK'l, for Mr. A. L. DuBBok. 

loaa. WOODARD, JOHN T., 11 

Southampton Street, Strand.— Dediga 

For B Tonn Kfdideiieu sanilorily arranged. 

__1X BANITABY ASaURAKCB AS- 
BOCLATION. 5 ArgyU Place, Regent 

Street, W,— . 1) Sanitary Cfirlifl'-BtP, biirig 
spcrimcn of Cortitti-iitea iexurd by the Sanitary 
Asaurance AHUciatioii. (2) I'lntie of Hauitarj 
nrrangemeDta iionnooted with the efficient 
drainaga of an ordinary town bnnst:, ghowing 
inblio aewer bouau drain, disranncoting i^bnm- 

ler. gnlliea, Hitl pipc«, wntor eloaeta, sinks, bath, 
fain water pipr^ fto. (8) Sp»imon of tjanitary 
Bopnrt, u Bupplied by tho Sanitary AnunuiM 

'lopialion. bomc eopj of » Report de«ribiag 
oanitary ouBdition of an oiiiinary Londun 

BRITISH TRADE JOURNAL' 
(THE), 113, Cannon Street, I^ndon. 

Copies of'Tho British Tnule Joumnl.' with its 
Sup piemen ta. (,Sre Lihriiry.) 

BDCHAN, WILLIAM PATON, 21 
Ren&«w Street, Glasgow. (.SVr Clan 23.) 

BtJRDETT, HEHHY C, 30 aiou- 
oester Road, Regent's Park, H.W.— Help 

series of chenp pnpular liandbooks on Healtlt 
Subjects for Hie Untisehold B»d tlia Library, 
by Henry C. Bunlett. {See Library.') 

CALVERT, F. C, ft CO., Bradibrf 
ft Manchester.- Book on Uses of Carbolio 
Aoi.l or Phunnl for Preventing the Bptead of 
InfectiouH Diseusea. (j4m LU-rary.) 

C ASSELLft COHFAir7, Limit«d,La 
Betle Sauvaga Yard, E.C.— Publii'uliona 
rehttine \a the Dwelling Houat; and Hcaltli, 
ineluding 'Our Houai-s, — How to make tfaeoi 
Hiiillhv^ -The Book of Health.' (Utt 



CROFT, JOHN JAMSS, • Lancet* 
Offloe, 423 Strand.— A Complete Set of 
tho 'Lsuoet' from its foundation in October, 
1S23, to the end of tlie year 188a {8m 

Library.) 

DAI.E, REYNOLDS, ft CO., S4 
WelUngton Street, Btnmd, W.C— (1) 
'Tbe Plutnbiir and Decorator, and Journal of 
Gua and Sanitary Engineering.' (2) Dlagrun 
of House Draina^. (3) Books on House 
and Land Sanitation, Water Snpply, Lighting 
and DocuratioD, i6rf Librari/.) 



aat* XXXII. (M 



DOBBB, A. E.. 17 Benson's Cham- 
bers, Ludgata Hill. ILC.-- Wntor, 'The 
H&iiilnrj' World.' uiid publicnljonH III eontier- 
ttuu witli wDiUrr DutU-re. public li«ttli. (ixxl, 
Ite. 'tin LBtrarg.) 

DRAKE. CHAB.. & CO., Limited. 
Bailway Wbojrt, Battereea Park. aW. 

OUrLLAUME^ DB., Neuohitel, Bwlt- 
aerland.— (1) BcIi.kiI Hjgi.iw. (2) Tnicls 
OU Hraltli, (;w Lilfury.) 

HEATHMAN, JAMES HENHY. 
63 Long Acre, W.C.-On lli" Prt*.rvmi..n 
of Lify KnJ I'roju'rtj trr-tu Fiif. (.S-r Lihnay.) 

HEYWOOD, JOHN, RldgeHeld, 
UanchesMr. — (1) Health bdiI 8fieiioe len- 
til ros, and otli^r H^ucHtional Woiks. (2) 
*The Uuultb Jouraal.' MaDchester. {St* Lt- 
fcmry.) 

HOBim, W. C, Sa. Aldermanbury 
PoBtem, E.C. — Lib^isture relating tu Foa- 
ler*! patuut carbon bUut Bp|»mtiia. and ti' 
U. Lewii' patenl iuaoRiuiiu pri>i?OBi< of niakinu 
wbiUi luail. Also liiemturu relating In Bnl- 
nuun'ii Lumiiioiu Paint for iiiik roomi. (Sre Li- 
Irar;,.) 

HOUaHTON', B., Be CO.. ai Sloane 

Terraoo, 8.W. (.Sw Claf ai) 

JACOBS. JOHN H., B7 Caveraham 
Road. N.W.-F..n,plili.t etililled, "Wul 
Neconiitj' and n Danger.'' (Sm LCirun/,) 

KELBEY. BTANLEY W.. Crown 
Court, Milton Street. B.C.— 'Tin. Driiish 

Colonin] World and Jounutl of Ciimmoroo.' 
iSre Lihraty.) 

KINOZETT. CHARLES T.. PXC 
P.C.8., 'Trevena,' Amburet Park, K. 

— (1) Animal CheniiBtr; or the rclationa o{ 
CliDioistry to Pliyhiolr^gy and I'alh.Jog;. (2) 
Nature's Hfgieue. A necii'j of popnlar emuys 
en Hcii'ntiSR lutiJectB, I'ampblet on Socondnry 
BiittiTiea. (Sw LH-ranj.) 

LAEKIN8, WILLIAM GEOHQE. 
York Street. Covent Oarden. W.C. 

Weekly pul ■ ^ 

witli etlier 

LATHAM, BALDWTN, 7 Wastrain- 
Bter Chambers, Victoria Street — Lilnni- 
lure. (See hihranj.) 

LIVERPOOL, CORPORATION OP. 

MACNTVEN & WALLACE, 133 
Princes Street, Edinburgh.— Thp Edii.- 
burgh HruUh e™.-i''ly 1 'iilii inn t ions. (Sa 
Library.-) 

MABCHESTER CORPORATION 
(THE). ManehBBter. (.Sw Cluu '23.) 

MURPHY, SHTRLBY P., 158 Cajn- 
dun Road, N.W.— Lilornture, (Sre Lil^ty.) 



NATIONAL HEALTH SOdETY, 

44 Bemers Street, W.— (1) PoblioicnH 
on IhL- Muiiii^-' iiipnt of the Household. (>> 
PiililirattoiiBkud «nll Charts (S<» LUnrj.) 

PEAR8E. BOBEBT. & CO., Tin 
Street, Lambeth. S.XL (Sn CLia SO.) 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM FLEHHTO, 
Bt. Mary Bourne, Andover, Hanta- 
l'ainpLle(» sm] Lmflcls on ProTuleiit Plmfc- 
111-- Medical AtteiiilaiMV tM an aiil lo &t 
preservation uf healtU. (See Xtttrary.) 

SANITARY APPlilAKCE Ctt 

(THE), 4 St. Ann'8 Square, Maiuibflrttf, 
—(1) Pun.pl.ltt on llie tianibtrv Qneirtiaa,liT 
J. C. Uorrell. (S) Siibatan.-e of Pawr tni 
leforc the National Health Society, by J, C. 
Uorrell. (3) Papa rraii bcfun: Ui> HaDrbsita 
SlatiatiosI tkniety, by J. O. MorrvIL (4) Vm 
Morrell hyitcm Tiodicaled. (S) Fkrtieuknrf 
M'Trell'i ratt-nt AjIi Cloaet Sy>,tem. (fl) D» 
Em's, ot M rrcil'a IMent Ash Cl<Met SnMs- 
(See Library.) 

SANITARY rNSTITUTE OT 
OREAT BRITAIN, 74a MaiKvM 
Street, W.— Tn<n«u.-cioriii Rt><| olb-r PnUin- 
tiling (if [be InaliHitc {Sm lAbrtay.') 

SMITH, ELDER, & CO., 16 WbUT' 
loo Place, Pall Mall.—' Tiie Saniluy lb- 
oiirJ, and ' Sanitary Itcoord EzhibitioD Sip 
pk-n.dnl.' (*■« /..7m»B,) 

SMITH, OREBNWOOD. & OO,. ». 
SI & 23 Ludgate Will , iioncloa, RC 
— (I) Publii-ationa (teohniotl) rvtvniox u 
Sanitary Hoiuehold Decomtion. Wall Papfn, 
Saoitary and oth«r PainU, Wax kihI qtbi* 
Candles, VegeUble, Aaimnl, and Mioenl (Kb, 
Apparol, Sanitar; and Domeatio Ekulhenacni 
Pottery. (S) * Deooralors' Gnzotte.' ■ Plnnbat' 
and Oasflttera' Beviev.' (3) -Uil and Ooloiir- 
mans' Jnnntal.' <4) 'Potlory Oaaetla.* (6i 
' Hatlei's Onaette.' (Sae Llbntry.) 

SPON. E. & P. N., 18 Cluilfif 
Cross.— Books reluling lo sauitor; salijiicEt. 
(Sfe Library.) 

T HTWM , FRANS, 24 Brook SOMt, 
London, W.— Piibliratioiu (lr:d>i<vittoiial) far 
llifHhidyofK.ireigQLangTiagfH. (Ser Libiitrti 

THOMPSON, H, CE.. Viotoii* 
Buildings, Deaasgate, Mnncbestar. 

{S^e OoA* 230 

VAL DE TRAVER8 ASPHALTE 
PAVING CO,, Limited (THE), 14-16 
Falmerston Buildings, Old ~ " ' 
Street, B.C. (.See CUxu. 28.) 



TEALE, T, PHIDaiN, SOS Oo« 

Street, Leeds. — Disgmms - 

Oiiltli, (^Vf Library.') 

WARD. MARCUS, & CO., «T 
ChandoB Street, W.C.— rohlications. {Sm 



Oooid^l 



w™ 



CUui XXXI. AiB (Qaem'a Gale -Inneie). 



WHITCOMBB, ARTHUR, 

JLR.LB.A., A.&A., 8 Tltchfleld TeiTac«. 
Regent's Pajrk, N.W.— Drnv>iu|ja ittiuira- 
tiiiK— (I) Couutry Houh), UDiuLDitiu> <1 drnir- 
ine)- (9) The ume Hoiu.', wiih iQiprovcd 
llfiiiiiftgB SjrBlcm, and ArTnngonwota fnf Dl»- 

poMil of Sli'iia, 4o. (2 dn«mg>). (3) Dr«w- 
ingi, !'!■□■, and t^tioni of luge Bublei, Ac, 
an sound Saoltury rriDoiplei (4 drawiugii.) 
(,S« Umirf.) 

WHITE, WILLIAM. F.8.A.. 30b 
Wimpole Street, W,— IXuuertic Plmobiug. 
(.Sm tiTmry.) 

GROUP lUa.— AMBITLANCB. 
Class XXXI. a & b. 

(Qhmr'* Gale A^rtijt.) 

Aid to Biek and Wounded In War. 
Transport, (a) By Human Agenoy; 
Stretohera, Litters, BliooUes. Palan- 
quins, Hnnd-carta, Stretchers on 
Wheels. ('-) By Animal Traction; 
Hule Litters and Chnlrs, Camel and 
£lephant Litters, Wheel Carriogaa. 
(r) By Heehanionl Heaas; Railway 
Ajubulanoes, Ship or Water Carriage. 
Treatment (with portable appliances 
and portabl* drugs), (.ij On the Field, 
{h) In Hut Hospitals, (c) In Tent 
HoBpltalB. Naval and Ullitary 
Hygiene. 
Aid to Sick and Injured in Peace. 
Transport, iti) By Human Agency ; 
Stretchers, Litters, DhooKes, Palan- 
quins, Hand-oarta. ()■) By Animal 
Traction; tbr Accidents and Injuries, 
tor Infeotloua DtaeoneB, for Ordinary 
Sioknees. (f) By Mechanical Means ; 
Railway Carriages for Sick and 
Invalids, Water Carriage. Treatment 
(with appliances), (^i) Hut Hoepitats 
for Infectious Fevers and for >'pide- 
mio Diseases. (h) Tent Hospitals. 
(!■} Hospital Ships. (<1) Furniture and 
Fittings for Sick Rooms. 
1024. ALEXANDRA CABBIAQE 
WORKS, 12 Long Acre, W.C.— Accident 
Aiahuluunei. 

1035. NORTON, THOMAS STERRY, 
Orange Road, Bermondsey.— Ilmiighnni 
Amliiilunixt for infntinus oweg, >b euppliid 10 
the [.oiidKn F<>ier Hogpitul. 

1026. KENNARD. J. D., 19 Grand 
Farads, St. Leonard 's-on-Se a.— Kcuiinrd's 
PnloTit .\djii-tftlilo CIiait-Tfll.lfi. 

1037. LEVESON A SONS, 90 -63 
Sew Oxford Street, W.C— (1) AiMirtmont 
of luitalid'H Cbain. (S) Invulidii' Couch<«. (S) 
Seir-rropvtling Ch.iin. (4) Ilrd >ud Leg Iteati. 
(B) Bed TMn. (6) Pioiw Cooclies. (7) Ke- 
patutHut Chkin. (S) Pnoture Dp<Ii. (9j 
Viiiorln Invalid* Cnrrioge. (10) Iiivalula' 
Pony CuriiH^. (11) Invalidi' Amiiidiuice, 
(ISJ lavnlidH' l^umituni. 



r out douri. 



1029. CARTER, JOHN. 6a New 
Cavendish Street, Portland Place, 

W.— <I) luTnlid Btdsteftd, nitti oomniude ar- 
rangcmeal. (2) HEtalUc Inralid Carriago. 
(3) Irun Bulb Chair, with Mlf-pm|>elliiig 
■Dtiun. (4) riivalid Carrying Cbair. (6) 
Walking Ua(!bitie. (6) Bck-rOum A|)plisuoe«. 
(7) liiTulld'B Bx^ri'laing Chsar. <8) Adiuit- 
able Revolving Tablua. (9) Improved Lite- 
rary Mucliioe. (10) MHTlianicalEasyCbaii.Ac. 

1030. McILROY, T., 7 Orafton 
Street, Pitaroy Square, W.-{1) Port- 
ablu Strutob^r tot field of bsltle. (2) Diair for 
two or (i>uf men Ui rairrj. (3) Whe<>l Chair fur 
Hi-Id ur tent huapital. (4) Pnrtalde Carrying 
Cliair. (6) foTalid FrivMire Brdatead. (6) 
Fraotato ExUuainii Applisnoe. (7) Portable 
Teal BedatfwI. (8) Portable Teut or Hoapi- 
lal Tsble. (9) Purtalile Surgical Openling 
Table. (10) luoalid Elevating and Fractara 
BiHlateail. (11) Manic Parlour ]}.d C'Uch. 
(la) New tltylo o( Crank Pi>v<-r of lovsUda, 
Trypical Whodl Chuir for iu " ' 
(13) Reclining Wh» 1 Chaii. 

1031. BACON, HISS CHARLOTTB 
C, Student N. A. T. a, South Kensing- 
ton, e All Saints Road, Wostboume 
Park.— An improved form of mattrcaa. tspe- 
aiully anituble for ui« iu [be IreatlDtut of tlie 
eick Tbo mattiFsa is oouatiuvled in Mij-mrate 
jHirts, »' tbnt any one |«3riioD nailed or daiaugi'd 
ULii be at ODOu roplsrod. 

io». BILLLNQTON BROTHERS, 
IS Upper Duke Street, Liverpool ; 
11 Dyer BuUdings, Holbom, EC. 

—(1) 8prinB Mullrrai (Lirerpo"!) on Freni'b 
IumUI.*.!. (3) InvalidH' Uwlstind and MutlnMa, 
will, iuljndtiiblf^ hfBilrut conipU-te. (3) Klaalic- 
aealed (.hair. (4) Il.-d Rral, Ac. (5) Wovrn- 
wire Sit'iilary Maltru«w«. (9) luvulidi' Chail. 
(7) Elistiu Rod K««M. 

1033. 8AHL A CO., 36 Baalnghall 
8^-eet, EC. — (1) Various apedmiMU of the 
Triumph Folding Chair : fin use la the Biok- 
room, Drawiog-roam. SmokiDg-room, Oardeu, 
Pleaaure. Crioket or Tennbi-gronDd, the Camp, 
at the Sea-side, or on Board Ship. Can be 
uuie'1 as an Invalid or Redlining Choir, or a Bod 
or Hammock, and permits of Ave diSeieDt 
dcgrera of im^linatiou. paokinic in an eimt'd- 
inglv amall apure. (2) Calii TouMtinfa 
Mi-clianicul Rising Chair. Ad ordinary shaped 
chair adjustable lo any bciglil. for the piano, 
organ, tctiml-rouui.or atady. Caa be maaufos- 
lured lo matt-h any fantilare. 



and R.chiifng Chair. (4) Carrying Chair. 
maile porlablo fur tnvelliDg. (S) U<-ohaiii<«l 
Invalid's Ouch. (6) Round Panel Victoria 
Cbair. (7) Invalid's Sofa (CaTiia^> 



CJtm XXXI. AAB {Qaeen't QaU AtuuoN)). 



PRO' . 

Street, Birmingham. — Hi«|iitul 
Inisliik' Ilodiil'iul (f«t*TH). tit elrv»tiii|t oi 
loveriDK llje i«tieQt oitliout psiii or liiiturb- 
anoe. The liftini; frame U remuiable, aod maj 
be tued as a lilb'r. 

1036. OAINaFORI) «E CO., 163 
Borough. aSL — (I) flaiD|>!e lluapltal Ud 
HiiilMollnKsBa.iyimiilL'tn. (a)TheTnH^he(it(inij 
Tent. Cot. mil] MaUnvM*. complete, with pin; 
bonriL (3) ModolB or Flock Ded. Wool HuV- 
tit'ita, Uaif M»ttnMs, Uo1iit4)r, nnd rillnw. 

1037. NASMYTH. T. G., Cowden- 
beath. Ptfe. — Aiubulanoo ApplinuisM. 

1038. ROYAIi HOSPITAi FOB 
OKTUlBEiN & WOUEN (TBQB, 
miCHABB a. KE8TIN, Secretary), 
Waterloo Bridge Road, aB.— (1) Col for 
Child, in uw at llio h.«iiHaL (3) Table, with 
furniture ond appliiuiee*. (3) HjrgieDio 

Ap|UtHtllR. 

1039. HIIiIi. J. S., Berkeley Place, 
Cimon, BristoL— (1) IIinpilAl DclaU^od. 
with polM niid ohniiiB, Ao. (S) UoBfiituI 
Cot, with ruiminK tniy iknd workiii^ Bidea. 
(8) Cuiip Ik-datwul to fald itiln bi)i. (4) Ini- 
prnvod RutllDiiig Bulk or Ik^ Rett. (6] Uo«- 
pltal Tabid LfvkiT. 

1040. BOBROUGHS, WELLCOME 
& CO., 7 Snow HiU, Holbora Viaduct, 

E.C.-l.'nii,|.rtB«d flruiif "tui 8|>onp.-». 

1041- OFFORD, JOSEPH, 82 Olou- 
csBter Road, South KenBlngton, W. ; 
and 67 Oeorge Street, Portman Square. 

— Utralth; Cuniufcel, eapeoinllj' luitabla fur 
medical men nnd invrilids, fltt«l with elivtrli' 
TCBiliiig lamp and Offuni'i patent iudia-rubljcc 

1042. BCOTT, ELIZABETH ANWE, 
1 Edinburgh Terrace,lEtichmond Road, 
Sbephard'fl Buah.— (1) Air Ik^l and Fii- 
lureiL (2) Huminuclt Bt-d. (8) Surgical 
Kati^lti'lulle. 

1041. REED,W.J., ISWootton Street, 
Lambeth, S.E— Modid of an Atnbuluuci' 
Carriage 

1044. POCOCK BROTHERS, S36 
Southwark Bridge Road, a.E.— Patent 
Uidvcrsol Tnbnlnr Water and Air Bed, 
Lt^lily nppmveil by the medipol profi.«Ririn for 
hoH|i)talB nnd private ptitienln, canily adjnslH 

<v1I.:ii[ caiup bed, guamnleuil fur all clininlej. 

1045. ARMY MEDICAL DEPART- 
MENT, War Office, WhitebaU.— List 
of Articlea of Bquipmont for Bmror Oom- 
oa-nj, Wlii'tlcd nod Mountain. (1 1 One Am- 
tmlaliee Wal^n. oompleto with now pHllerii 
alrcti'lKin, eiiuimtnt, lock under, miiverteil. 
(2) One Surgery WaRon, coniplote. (S) Four 
Pack Snddlra. (4) O»o imlr Cnoolnls. (6) 



Une Fiold Ccmtiiuiion and Water B'lUlv. (>! 
Ouu HttTersadt. 

__46. ROBnasOIT, THOMAS, ft 

SONS, Dkler.TorkBhira.— <1) Bobiau'i 
Patent Invalid Coni-h, Hitb spring buUom. (3) 
Inridid Coui^h, with mue botloni. (S) M- 

'- opening Couch Cliair, (4) SetrriopeUiia 
ned Merba Chatr. (Sj Bed K«t*. («) 
Doable- Aclion Ix-g K<.^. 

[047. METHOPOLITAJr ASYLDUff 
SARD (THEj, OBaoee, 37 Horfctt 
Street, Btrond, W.C. — Appliances j^ 
idod bj Board for removnl of infecdoai 00 
arieing in tbo metiopolia: — (1) Miidel d 
Weitera Ambulance Blation. (9) Madd i 
Piei at Long Rewh, with Bteatuer attack)^ '■ 
1 3) Model of AmbolBDoe Steamer " Bed Ooi' ' 
(4) Model of Hnpitnl Ship " Oistalia' (!) 
Model of Camp for mavaleaovDt aad wmA \ 
--- — 1. Damuth. (6) Ambohuuv fuc » 



cnl of ■< 



nitb D 



(7)P 



(■riijihi, Unpi, {a>., illuBtrating 

»)BU-m. 

ia4S. EDOraOTON', BEXTJAKIV. 1 
Duke Street, Loudon Bridge 8.E.— (1) 
I'orlable Bediteadi and Cot. (S) HaomA 
(3) Child's Ci-t (4) The Patent Tnatk, (ta 
and Litter for InTalida. (6) Portable Be- 
i^linina; Cbatr and Couch. (8) ^m^"*!— 
Stretch en. 

1049. ATKINSON & PHILIFBOI. 
Northumberland Carriage At TlaiiMW 
Manufactory, 27 Pilgrim Street, Ktw- 
caatle-on-Tyne.— Ambulance Stretcbx. 



and 



iS) 



PnlenlChild'aCot. (3) Vlw Put«il DoW-l 
wUb woven win' bottooi. (4) Ckiup Bedittii 
in caee. (S) Models. (8) Aat luio BediUat. 
(7} Hospital BidsU a.1, for fmetani cmm. (8| 
Now Uospjtal BedelEaJ, with canvas buHiia- 
(8) Looker. 

1051. CARTER, A.. 47 BxAIXSn 
Vittduet, EC— (I) Patent Surgi«d Casein. 
for (^ynaomlogiool and obstetric esaalmtiiM 
and genc-ral opemtiona. (3) Ambohuiee IM 
Chair. (3) IJt<il Lift. (4) Gt^ling Machina 
(6) luvulid Tallies. Chuira, 4ij. 

low. NIXON, N. H., tTniT«csitj 
College Hospital, Qower Street, W.C^ 
(l)Bud KuBt, wiUi font support. (3) BniBat. 
wilh slidiui- arms. (3, B«l Table. (4) Es- 
erelu or Bed Pan Cugc. (6) Uroncbtlii * 
Tracheotomy Kettle. 

Teiaple 

.._,.. iT*d C™- 

iiid Oumuioile fw '» 

1054. DICKINSON, "WTLLIAK. M 
Boiuidary Street, Chorlton-itpon-lbd- 
look, Manchester.— DickiiiHju'B l>ftrcnl k- 

viilid Bcilt-loid aiid Ik'd. 



Cl<i»» XSZIIl. (Ot««i'« QtU Amexe). 



■ loss- DAI.TON. HI^NBT JAMES, 
89 BishopBgata Street Without, Ijon- 
don, E.C.— tl) Dallon's Putf'iitSelfiiJjii.tiQg 
Irivuliil KeilHU'ad. titteil with mr mtLttrusB, 
w,.ierb«l, Ac. (2) DsIIuu'b Patent Self- 
■djiimiiit; lavalid Uuibt^jd, upc^inlly aditpletl 
in tbc rulier of paticata BufTuiag ttvai t'ntc- 
turis, £c. 

1056. TIBSHELF COLLIEKY CEN- 
THJE OF THE ST. JOHN AMBD- 
IiANCB AB80CIATT0N (THE).— Cc»l- 
Tub, f^ir contEjuDce of iojuTeJ men uudcr- 
t^nmnd to aurfacOi fitted nitu foliling strrtcher 
(Furluy potlom, tele»c(>pe dandle), and back 
Tuitt, ko^ to be used wlien gtretulior U out 
re<|uinid. Photogmph of above showing; oom- 
ittny of CoUien, Hembera of St. John Ambu- 
lancw Auoi.-utioD,Tibahelf Centre, on stielcher 
driU. 

1057. MONK, W.. a CO., 108 at. 
BusaeU Street, W.C.; & 3 & 4 Brood 
Street. Bfttli.--{1) Nuw deoigii Cmniuodc 
Couch. (2) Iluapjtnl Wbeel Cbnir (3) New 
Combined InTsJid Chuir and Table. (4) An 
Origtn&l Bath Cbsir. (6) Now Penuubulator 
fur InraJiil Childten, »nd genonU tutuptea of 
Invalid Forniture. 

[(K8. WTNDOVEB St CO„ 164 Fto- 
cadtlly, W.— Tbo Crook Ambuhmco, 

1059. ALDKRMAN, J.. 16 Sotao 
Square. — AsBcirlment oF M^whauioal Chairs, 
Couchea, and Tables, and IiiTalid Chair Car- 
riage. 

to6o. MAYER & MEIiTZER, 71 
Ore&t Portland Stroet, W.— AUjer's 
rnl«at Inmlida' C'lmbioed Cliair and Couch, 
The iaralid mij sit. htand, rertiTie, lie d»VD.or 
CBD, without any tticrtion, place bimself io any 
poeiliou be deBim: coay atand with eaae lo 
paint, and may torni a dtsb for writing or 
taking: lutiali. No afitiHtniit n>([iiiri>d ; invalid 
ban eutiru mntrol nvcr muvcluuutH. May be 



io6i. TOBNEB, QEOBOB. St CO., 
181 Choumert Boiul, lK>ndoii, S.E.— 
(1) Hammocln and Cobi as Dedi and Ooucbva 
for adnllB and infanli. (S) Portable Fumitnn: 
for invalid! and travelling. (3) Hoaqnito Nets. 
(4) tLunmoclra and Coll a* Ambulance Littem 
for tfsnaport of lirk and injured perBOiia, with 
and without wheeled vehicle*, and in boats and 
■bipa by hnmaD agency, animal tnction, and 
merhaulonl meani. (B) Oven and Caabvu fur 
Monutain Campaigning. (6) HitmiuofkB For 
School Dormltoriea. (7) riiolcgrflphB. Models, 
and Vnvmgi. 

lOfo BEYDEL tL CO.. 7( St. Mury's 
Bow.Blrroln^siii ; kod 1 Cousin I^ane, 
Iiondon. E.C. (Telephone No. 1S74.) 
— (1) AiBortmont of Sejdel'* Regislen^ 
A*hant(« Unmmitcha. compriiiug I'liicnt Itoi- 

KimfKl and Coloured ■perimcDi. (S) Pulctil 
nitlua S.!rr»bo.ik». (3) Scydelii Patent 
llammnvk Attr>iiig«.oouipriBiiitf aim Itol|iruor«l 



apecimona. (4) Seydol'a Paton 1 Slinging 
Appanilua. (6) Suyd«>ra Spucial Hammodi 
Alt Pillon. 

io63- PtntLEY, JOHN, Aflhfbrd, 
Kent.— (1) Oiie-horae Ambulance Carriage, 
atled witli three BtreU'hera and «eata for 
attendants (2) Village Ambulnnoe Carriags, 
for the conveysnoe oF an invalid on a Etmtchar, 
or BCE^, in oilher caw with one attendant. 

(3) Omnibua, adapted for thu ordinary use of 
a pcivnle establiibmi^ut, which, by mean* of 
pnloiit >u8]icusion npparalue, can bo imme- 
dintely converted into an invalid cafriiige. (4) 
Invalid Chai/, for use with either of the above 
carriages. 

1064. ST. JOHN AMBDXANCE AS- 
SOCIATION, St. John's Gate, CUr- 
kenweU, EC— (1) Patent Foliiiug SirulcbBr, 
with Automatic Pillow (Fnrley pattern). (2) 
Ditto, with telcMopio handles fur use in car- 
riages, minea. and limil«d epucea. (3) Ilaud 
Lilttr, adapted lo tbe army ri'KQlHtif'n etretcher. 

(4) Hand Liller, ailaptf-d to the nuvy slck-berlh 
cot. (5) Military Folding Stretcher. (9) 
Patent Folding Stretcher, with I.owniour Jacket 



. jwecs, and otber conlineil 8pac«a in an almoai 
uerpeiidicnlar position, when no otber way 
IS practicable. (7) Strong Folding Police 
Slretchrr. (8) Support Elostiqae, packed. 
(8) Cbairon amall wheels and folded. (10) 
Patent "Aahlrad" Liller. (11) Artienlalwl 
Stretcher. (12) Slrelchcra. (13) Ambnlanaa 
Hamper. (14)IceBaIl. (16) Pocket Orapuel. 
(13) Cover for Mililarj Streloher. 

HOBNE, W. C, Ba Aldennanbury 
PoBtem, London.— (B't* Etkilit in GrouiuU.) 

JENK8 & WOOD. 86 Holbom Via- 
duct, EC. (Sft Clot* 20.) 

JENNINOS, THOMAS, 46 York 
Road, Ijambeth, aK QSt« Clnti 28.) 

HAIQNEN F. A., 23 «E as Oreat 
Oower Street, R C. iSt^Cla-'il.) 

WILLESDEN WATEEPEOOP 
PAPEB fie CANVAS CO., Limited 
(THE). WiUesden Junction, N.W. («« 
Ctiut •iO.) 

Class XXXIII. 

MMhlnory and Appliancea relating to 

Oroup 3. 

ANDBBSON fie HUNTING, Bath 
Lane, Newcoatle-on-Tyne. {Sre VaclUnrrg 
<n Motion, Wflern Aread>:) 

BBADFOBD, T.. fie CO., 140-149 
High Holbom. W.C. (tin .VaehiiKry in 
Mulioa. H"r»/'r« O.jWfrj,,! 

CLEMENTS, JEAKE8, fit CO., 61 
Oreat BiismH Street, W.O. (^ " 



rr OateM*. 



274 



Exhibitt in Ihe Orounds. 



DATBY, PAXMAN, &. CO., Col- 
oheetor. (Sk MacMiiery in EUelrie Light 
ShiJ.) 

DEVHRILL, JOHH", JUM"., High 
Street, Slough. (Ab Oviiid'.) 

DRAKB, CHARIJIB. & CO., Limltad, 
Railway Wharf, Battorsea, 8.W. {See 
Cl-<»t 26.J 

PABHAN BROTHERS, Daehwood 
HouBe, 9 New Broad Street, E.G. {See 
Miirliiiirry hi M'llim,. »f,l~ni CilUry.) 

QEPTEBAL PRINTINa BLOCK 
CO., Limited (THE) {P. W. WILLIAM- 
SON, Manager), 63 Fleet Street, E,C. 
{Sft Clou 61.) 

OHEENBAITK ALKALI WORKS 
CO., Limited, St. Helens, Lanoaahire 
(Agent, J. HARVEY & CO., 2 Long 
Lane ; and 88 Wandsworth Road, S.W.). 
(&e Clou 3].) 

HIWDLEY, E. S., 11 Queen Victoria 

Street, E.C. (Sre M<u-huirry in Mulim. 
Wf'Irm Af«H(f.) 

HtrOHES & LANCASTER, City 

Boad, Chester. (See ihu<iiineTy in Motion, 



Moii 



BBOTHZiBB & 
Lime Street. KC. {Sm MatXi 
, Wetlern GaUery.) 



] 



WcH 



jr.) 



rNGHAM, W., & SONS, Wortley 
Fire Clay & Glazed Brick Works, 
Wortley, near Leeds; & 35 Bucklers- 
bury, E.C. (fi^rs a.'M 28,) 

KPHLMANM. A. H., 33 Great 8t 
Helens, ELC. tSee Maeliinerg in Moiioji, 
We,Ur.i GulUrg.i 



LYON, WASHINGTON, Loo H 
Old Kent Hoad. 8.E. (A* Xachlntrr'9 
Molio,,, tFaitem GaOen/.) 

NEWMAN, ALFRED, 18 M*ddox 

Street. (See ouUide.) 

FODGER, H., & SONS. Steam frying 
& Laundry Works, Bromley, Kent. (jSie 
Mivhinery in Motion, IKnl^rn GaUery.) 

PORTER, J. H., 1 Tudor Stroel, Loa- 
don, E.G. (^f Uiittid^. HVnlmi OaHrri/.) 

PRICE'S PATENT CANDLE CO., 
Iilmited, Belmont Works, Batteraaa, 

S.W. (See Machinery in Motion, Writrm 

8AVTLLE STREET FOUNDBY b 
ENGINEEHING CO., Limited (THE), 
Saville Street East, Sheffield, (fw Jfu- 

ciiii^ry in Motion. Weitern Gallery.) 

BTIRRAT, B. B., 43 Alexander Fl&c«, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. (fte MaeUntrj U 
Motloa. U'Mtrn GtiWtrjr.) 

STONES, JOHN. Dre Mills, Dlver- 
etone. (See Mnrhinrry in itiAion, WetUrm 

QoiUry.) 

WAYQOOD, R., & CO., FalmouUi 
Road, Great Dover Street. S.E. i&a 

Machinet'j in Pultun, tr«(rrii GaUfrfi.) 



EXHIBITED IN TEE GROUNDS. 



id;o. ALDOnS, EDGAR, &; SON. 
Cleveland House, 206 Romrord Road, 
Stratford -. & 14a George Street, Camber- 
well.-<l I A Hou,,-, with fvery rmm venli- 
laltJ bf Ihrir trunk *jslein. bj means of onl)' 
oae eiliHUst ftnd (ilhei lanilmy ammgerotnt*. 
rS) Eibaiut foi houMM, cburohes, railicay car- 
riages, sbipB, Ao. (3) Ventiduct, lo bring In 
frceb air wilbont iluat or tog. (4) Eibauat (or 
Sewer and Suil Fipp. 

lOTi. ALLEN, £DWABI> ELLIS, 
111 Chayne Walk, Cheleea. — (1) Sii- 

room (^tta^. imiiruved cnuatruotioo io cumi. 
gttU^ iron and wood, tboroughlj air and icaler- 
tight. (S) tttKBt Pire Slatiun, of auae cdd- 
etructioa m (uppliKl tu Metropolitan Firo 
Bri^e. (8) ruTlable Uflii Uouiie and Oaao- 
line Sl..Te. of «une ™,,8lriioli.,ii a. .U|)|.liuil to 
M.MT-. MuUer. of Diruan^'lium. 



r 



UNMACK, 

___ tory. Copen- 

DemDBirit. ^ (\) Wuulcu PucUbVu 



1074. DUPPIKLD, 
LIAM, Queen's Gate Works, 
ton Gore ; & 48 Kensiuglon High 

W, -Liipfoveil inliTCP|)linp I'hamber *" 
(ImtTiH, lilti-d nltli Bolf-tu'ling frcsh-mii 
nelf-aealiiig air-ligtit nianbole 



oTM at New^^^l 
1 t«i(!« dnrt^^^H 

JOSBPH ^^1 

Works, KflO^H 
gtonHighfl^^H 
; I'tumbvr br l^^l 
gfrcsh-uiiaM^BP 



iinf-iiig S|)riij(( WnBgon. (3) W«t«»ne 
(4) liuiiil Wat-riuB Curt (B) Xiglrt 
'~ '" IB uf AniaaDH' Dwdllsp. 



Kuil Boriuw. (6) riuD 



High Street, Sloughs— Devmll'a htaal 
Irrigntor. — a laboui-aating and ■ilfsiiliw 
Apparatus fur watering' lawna, ia., sxmOhA 
for conserYftloriM, vincriea, 
blight wnxliiug, Exhibiloil i 
mueeloiL, ou thu Ljhu 



I. wall tMw^ ^ 
iu actiun, W<M 



ExhSrilt in the Qrtmnda. 



"^ 1077. ETZENSBERGEH, R., Ac CO., 
Midland Qr&nd Hotel, St. Psncras; & 
13 St. Andrew's Street, Shoe Lane, E.C. 

— ?a^ml Tfa Biid Coffee Malting Mucbinerj' 
nnil Slill-moiD Fittingu, io opiirstion Ht tlie 
Model totFen-houBe neat the EJiBteni Aroule. 

1078. T&BJSTLEY IKON CO., Liml- 
ted (THE), Faniler Iron Worka, near 
Leeds.— (1) Glazed Itrirkd in thHoub colours 
and patlfma, buill in the form of an arch. (2) 
lla; iMi's rulent Trap and Cleaiifler. 

1079. HOHN:e:, W. C, fia Alderman- 
bury FoBtam, E.C.— (1) BalRinin a Lumi- 
Dom I'niiit BB a ligliling spparatiis. (2) 
FoBlvr*! Carbon Itlost, tire Pitin^ishlng by sir 
iusttitd of vraler. (3) Lewii's White Lead and 
Itnlmain'a Luminous KaDilniy Paints. (4) 
I.uminoUB Ambulance Fillings. (B) Citrbon 
Uluat foi diBinroctin^- mhools. (6) Ini]>rovu- 
niiiut in Faclorioa for luiikiiig Wliilc Lead. 

1080. HTTfitPHRBYB, J. C, Albert 
Oa.ta, ICnigbtsbrldge, Hyda Park, 8.W. 

— Scbool-roota, Living-room and Bedroom, 
famished riMdT for nae, including all iicee»- 
■arica. the whole tu bo emitted c«ta)il(!te in an; 
part of the Uiut<<il Kingdom for the sum of 
£250. It is to abow an eomocuipol wu;', and 
bow rbnpl]' fbildri'D and whnol moaler can be 



ehnrch, or warelmuae, ooitage, or shop ^ 
be created cumplelo in any |>art of tbti Uulted 
Kingdom in one month, or paokt-d and et-at 
•bnikd for 

1081. MAHUF ACTTJRERS' AND 
MILLOWNEHS'MUTUAL AID A880. 
CIATION. Incorporated by Special 
Act of Parliament (44 ti 46 Vict Cap. 
203), 6 The Sanctuary. WeBtminster, 

aW.-ModoU nud I'lans of t'rm'i'ntii (macbi- 
nur; in aulion whvrp practiniblu) for Purifying 
BiTsra and Struama : vrilb cumplei of the 
wratcra bdore and aftor puriBcaliuu, and alio of 
eortain valuablv products refovcmblv tbertfioro. 

1082. NATIVE OOANO COBCPANY, 
Limited (THE), 28 New Bridge Street, 
ILO. ; and Sewage Works, Aylesbury, — 
(1> I'utifloaliou of ti„««K« h- "'e i-'"0.].»i>y-« 
procesfcs, (2) I'ianiiaud Models of Works nod 
autouatio uiparalua for proTirntlng rJVL'r pollu- 
tion. (8) Nutire Guano, the resulting manure. 
(4) Agricultural and Horticnllaral Specimens. 
(B) Mlcrfiacopio XUustrations. 

10S4- PULHAM & SON, The Works, 
Broibooma.— Portions of a Damp and 
Pire-pmof, Diimbk-, Ilealll.y DwelUug.HouB.*, 
*'■., tJiowing wliat can be di>nt' in Ine pri^per 
usv of ooncruti!*, tt-na-willo. Ac. ineludiug 
>i>iuo BOCHMoriaa to the comfort and cnjoymont 
of our hosics, aa a Fomery . Fouobun. Jnrdi- 
iiitiK, coiilribulina; a* thuj do, with plant life, 
bi our mental and physical health. Also Vases, 
_irk>wer lluakHta ami Hones, di-oortiling various 
^uUrsi Ac., about the buildings and fank'na. 



108s 8CHWEPPE, J., Sc CO., 61 Ber- 

__Brs Street, W. ; Liverpool, Bristol, 
Derby, (Slasgow, Malvern, and Sidney, 

N.aW.-Miueml WatL-rs. 

1086. SOLMS, H. S. H. PHINCIl 
OEOROE PHEDERICK DE, Braun- 

fels, NaHsau.— (1) Natural Mineral Table- 
" a thn "titrttudis Spring" at Bis- 
kirehon, near Wot^lar. (2> Tables of Analyses 
of the water by emini-'Ut German chifmists 
ami physioians. Attendant in the costnmo 
of a girl of the distiirt of Biakirchen. IPa- 
vilian in (k-nlTal Aevnue.'] 

1087. SMITH, T. TAYLER. Buah 
Hill, Enfleld.~Fitlinp» and Aprawsorios for 
dwelling bouses, including (1) Model of Cot- 
tage Orneo ut Bush Hill Park, one-twelflli bizb, 
showing systeJn of lirairiagc. Also Electrical 
Fittings. (S) Elctrical Skirting. Wall, and 
ArehitrBTe Connecting Shoes. (3) Ceiling 
Connectors. (4) Movable Lamps, Bracketa, 
and Electrolabra. (5) Beet for ball and work- 
shops. (6) Combination BracJiel and Piano nr 
T*blo Lamp. (7) Bwlrtwm Lamp Stand. (8) 
Bpring-drop Electrolier. (9) Pullej-drop KWv- 
IrolierB. (10) Stand Surgical. (11) Miiieta' 
or Deep Water Lamp. The Dynamos high 
speed steam engine and the Plasit£ aconmn- 
lalor by the Wolverhampton Electric Light 
Storage and Engini!erinB(5o.{Elwidl& Parker). 
Glas« Qtting by Messrs. Oaler, 100 Oifonl Struct. 
W. ; nalll. m tliwring by Messrs. Putney. Buttle 
Wharf, Harrow Koail, Paddinfe'ton. W. : ilocora- 
liona by Messrs Bandenon. S2 Bcmers Street, 
W. ; furnitnte, haiiginns and ocotasirries by 
Jenks and Wood, 6b Uolboru Viaduct ai>d Kiiy 
Street, Farriiigdon Iloail. 

1088. THOMSON & CO., 8S Oraoe> 
ohurch Street, London ; Works, Derby. — 

A BuildiuK covered by tbeir Pat<?nl hidBBtruet- 
iblo Vilrifitid Iron Itoofing iu brilliant r.oleurs, 
easily wasbiJ and taken to pifes. 

1089. UNDERBILL Sc CO., 170-178 
Upper Thames Street, E.O.-^l) A new 
kind of Sink Trap or Qullcy in cast-iron, 
invented by Isaac Henry, of (iibraltar. (2) A 
new Mantel Register, with an oi.vn to be 
heated by ordinary coal Src iu winter and gas 
in summer. (8) A Close -Qre Kitchen range 
(an economieer of fuel and a minimiier of 
smoke). (4) Henry'a Patent Calpean Smobo- 
conBuming and Soot-purifying l{egi»ter (irate. 

1000. UNIVERSAL PERFECT 
V^TUUATION 00. (THE). Insur- 
ance Chambers, High Street, South- 
ampton.— House, to show Winlour'a Btstem 
of genuial reutilaltou. as aibipted to nil build- 
ings (largo or anuiU). railway carriogoa (when 
it also acta as means of coiniuunicotion). stcamoi 
or yacht saloons, kilclieii ranges, stoves, An. 
1091. WAIiBOUBN. JOB, SUwU 

' Boad, Pnlham.— tiarileniug ai a, — "— ' *■ 

I back yards u( to<ku ^ui\Bf 



•ivUj 



low. WALTON, r.. & CO.. Limttsd. 
8unt)urr - on ■ Tluunea : A 8 Bemers 
Straet, W.— Linrrti»U-W»llati U in orna. 
nuotal mlli^f liku wno-l-cuving. It it liupur- 






Sptfinl Sah-O/aimiUft. 
H, ll.C.ilJ.iT(«.K.IlI.aA. 
Prof. W. H- CowizLD, M.D. 
KtMtBi FiBi-D, U. ImtCK. 
CkpL lXicoLi« Ualtoh, C.B. 
KufVr Tl'bhu, F.RXB.A. 



ThonntniotiUM 1m«« beaa wooted anflcr the 
mipiTvUKin of « tfaeM 8iib-OMiiniitM» of Ei- 
furto— Uui one to tLow.at ttt m obd be dona on 
lliii llmltnl Kkle, ■ honie wilh good Miiituy 
■rnsiigiTiutiiU — while the other will iliow ths 
iiiiiiiit iImIi^.U. In (he Utter r*Me, do nltunipt 
will K' m*J« lo oxBiE^nilo tlie ordioarj oon- 
<liLii-iiH; tint the objeot Hill be lo n-jinHjace 
aoounii'ljr a aUle of thiogB on'ortuii&telj but 



too ooiamoD. For < 
offiejal pamphJeL 

NotE. — The OmmU>« k 
\edge tba acrriiM of Hr. B. B. t 
o( llArringtoQ OaidMi^ Kitimi, 
mrriHl out th« wirt liir Umb b 
and efBcient n 



Bocn 

(WTT.T.TAJg ICAHBIOTT. 
Secret*rT>— (l> Tjrpiml Cbnnl 
■"'u of Ibe Eo;,iU Mt4con>losw*l » 

lOK. DISS, AZ.FRSD, «« 
Oolobaatar— - Tl>« IU«na.~ « 
This aimpie uu! n>U»U 
QspocUU; Brtkptod fcr Imnrrins 

utidaiof vftlucfrotDthe nppeta 

during « Ore. mad U>e lut poiMmw 
Mffaljr lei hiuiaelf ilinm l>y il ' 
wurk on the tup at Uis'^ 

1096. OTLUXfaa. JAMSB, 
Road, Cbeloea laupmred 

Siuokiug MmL 



MACHINERY IN MOTION. 

W£STE!RN OAIiIiEBY. 



1 130. PODOEB, H., & SONS, Steam 
Syeiiic and Laundry Works, Bromley, 
Kont— Mkcliliic, fiv ironing oollare, caffe, 
fronla. and oilier Bmftll krticlel, kt B BsiiDg of 
SO par oeiit., fm rrom danger either to the 
nrlicle or the oppmlor, quite DoiBolew, driTUQ 
tiy puwKr vi'ry nuuiiuul. (Cluu 33.) 

iiai. REYNOLDB, F. W., & CO., 
Acorn Worka, Edward Street, Bl&ck- I 
mars. aE.— 1.1 






tic and oUierpiirii'wt'B by ileal 
Kijually a[ip]ii.*Hl>lD tot nil liqiiidi 
, pulp or aomi-Uuiila. (Cbua 21.) 



1122. LYON, WASHIWaTOH", Leo 
atroat. Old Kent Boad, aK— Working | 
Hndfil of n I'attTit HiKh-lireMuro SU-nm Dia- ' 
inrnclor. Tho prineiplc iiivolvi'd in this in- | 
virTitirm i* tlio dcilruotion of Iho grriDs of 1 
dUnuo Hrirt nil forma of iuscnt life by tbu ! 
ilitroilnctian of uteani uodrr rognlaleil Jirvwuio, 
by which nioial hml of 2(iD dugroce ii obtained 
without any riik of burning the artiule opo- 
ntbil niioii. (CbiM 9S.) 

1123. BRADFORD, T.,ACO.,14S High 
Holbom, London.— <1) Complete I^Aundn 
ArranKi'toimt for baml-power, aullalile for pri- 
vate fniniliea and iimoll lUBtilUlioua. (2) Com- 



It U so smuii^ that eiiffleicait heal fe 
t'utiru deslructiOD of ^^emu ja ubt 
pouibility u( ■l-.m«|p. la mine en 
(Cluu 31.) 

1124. WTTiTiT A MSOIT. W, _ 
High Bolbom, London. — (1) W 

Patent Waabing Uacbiii« with Writ 
chine attaob«l. for cteaiisiiig Ihe n 
flCMt fttbri™, (8) .K Mnchioe for N_ 
Ui waah email arliclee of childrea'a 

(3) Small Indin-nibber Wrin^n^ M»~ 

working by power. (4> iDdia-^ubber Vrio^ 
MacbiDs. the bamee uiiuie of galnuiidtts 
unbresllable and caDuot nuL 

II2J HALB,R.W., At CO, 

ton StroBt, N.W. ~ ReKiBtc.r») Air-r«* 
Ventilttlora f.ir llif iiilot of froah air (Ml I- 
hnuati'iD of ritiatiid air ii|>plieable U> all eta 
of buililiiiES, bcbu'ilo, bonpHalai, i-bun-hi*, 
toricB, aliips. newiTB, &••.. «c, {(.;i,ta* iS.) 

1126. BOYLE, ROBBHT. 64 Holbcw 
yiaduot. E.G.— (1) _Boylo'e t^lf-AcUng Ait 



insnitalB 
hotols/amlpiibliolnitituliunii. (8) Nuvi PatiTUl, 
l>mn&cUug Ap;«nitu8, ma^k porlabW ot ttiwV. (,C\wm ^1 



Bnckele, (4) Boyle's Puleat Dtwo ¥•*■ 
lator. (6) Boyle'a Impro*«l Vealilatine^tm 
(0) liuylu'B Eoouomicel Syetom of Ventilaim 
for workmiii'a Uatlngea. (7> Dirfcintnt »«* 
fiealiona of Uoyli-'a outlut aurj inlet VentHatcO' 
\t,a~) \V.5V» S-jKuim «^ NwaUUlion tat S 



p 



Wettern OaUeqf. 



w 



hlI37. HAB.VKY. T.. & CO.. SB 
m /'utdBWorth Road, B.W., ft S Long 

.ana, E.G.. Agents for Oreenbank Cold 
j/ator Soap. Sole Agents in Iiondon for 
™ w Pure Double Concentrated 9B per 
=*iat. Powdered Caustic Boda of THE 
■^BEENBANK ALKALI WORKS 
■"O.. 8L Helen's, Lancftohire.— The sim- 
■Jioily of niap'iaakioe exccoplilicd by Ibe cold 



D.1 I 



m» luS. CLEAVER. P. a, ft SONS, 82, 
■-ifl, 34 Rod Lion Street, W.C— DUiufwt- 

iK unil BnuiUiry Ttiilet Sf«|in also Irduniled 
■.LlL-[So«iin mid Puifumeii. (CLiisSi.) 

11^ STUtRAT, B. B., 43 Alexander 
'laoe, Newcastl&-on-Tyiie. — (1) Btirmt 
(oum Kwliat-jr, SMim IlaHini;. (S) Cotnbiaul 
nsb Air M'nrmei asd VeDlilator. (8) la- 
., iTOi-t fiUBm-he-liog Coil. (4) Brtura Water 
_ l.jilvr Feeder. (B) Planii of BoildingB heated 
■y Bt<»iD. (Clua 3S.) 

tiy>. BENKAM ft SONS, 50 Wig- 
atore Street. Cavendish Square, W.— 
1) luipruve-l Wiwhiug Mni^hine. (2) ImpniviJ 
Wringer. (3) Finui^tiag Otbd. (CImiSI.) 
iiji. KUHLMAHK. A. H., 23 Oreat 
3t Helens. E.C.— 1 Double Lvver C«iu<-nt 
resting A|>iiBr«liis, couiplBle, for lerting 
XiineDt on louoili' otrengtb. (Clium 33.) 
* 113a. HOWORTH, JAMES. Venti- 
lating Engineer, Victoria Works, Pam- 
•vrorth. near Bolton.— (1) Ijtry's Patent 
Bunii.lLIlL'r and Howorlh'a Patent Atr lU'ating 
-r.r t'linliuK L'liL'Sl (.'oiiiliilitd, for Hpiiving shftls, 
; aiiiln); nxima. and othtr buildiu^H. (8) 
. ;,,•< Iluworih* Nbw Patent Aif Inlet, for 
iimg or cooling and moUtening air. (8) 

aHoworlirs Nrw Patent HorUoaUl Ei- 

.. iii^t and Utowing Veulihitors. (4) Jnmea 

li iu.iirth'i Now Patent "Radial" Screw Ven- 

l^li.liif. (5) Janrns Ilonorth's New Patent 

■lliidinl" Screw Ventilators, for preventing 

di'HU-draughta and ■ulphannu miellii in ohini- 

DOT*. (6) Janea Ilowortli's Patent Bevel- 

^ ving Arohiincdian Screw Ventilator. (7) 

^ Jamas Uuworth'i Pntont Revolving Arcbiioo- 

-iidlan Surow Ventilator, imprevod and mann- 

faclured bv tlie Eibibitor, for preventing 

-, lui-dianghUaad (ulphuiotu imelli inrhim- 

H (8) Jnmnlloworth'B New Patent Cbim- 

> Ilreast Vaire Ventilalor. for ventilating 

lis of all dewriptioiu by meoni of the fine 

I the flrefUco. (8) James Uoworth'a 

< iiL^-UUeai Air Inlet, for admitting Treeh air 

I IliB lonst pnaoilile amount of drBUf;ht. 

I ' I JoniFe Ueworth'i New Patent Air Inlet 

.1 Heater onmbined, for boiling the air 

' iwliire admitting it into buildinf^. 

' tiM. SEAanAVE, GEORGE. 103 

Veumgton Buildings, Chelaea Bridge 

Moad, a,W.—(l) dtagrnvi; uud Unviugtou's 



Hot Wind Oenenit'ir. for ventilating liouses 

aiidli<MpiUklB.aiidliuilingthi>aiine. (S)DiBin- 
rortirig.Denlorising. Bleael.ing, Witb«rlng. and 
I'rying, with amMigemenls for iUnnlraling tho 
same. <3) Btawarl Prcusofu BIowm. (4) 
Tiillj'i Tubo Expander. (6) Taylor'i Laundry 
Drying ClMset, (6) Spiral-AJjualbg Door 
S^-rin^,^ (CUii 25.) 

1134. LEETE, EDWARDS ft NOR- 
MAN, Engineer*, Boston Works, 366 
ft 368 Euaton Road, N.W.— Rolary riimiw 
for lifting and fon-ing »oiui-fluid», such na 
molasses In tbe mana^taro of sugar, syrupa, 
oils, BoapB, tar, 4c., *c. ; also Botary Pumps Tor 
contjnnuus cirrn'olion, for the manufscture of 
vinegar, for refrigeralors and ice making ; also 
for the oircnlatirju and aeration of aqnariu, 
maiiae and fresh water. (8i-e fonr Vuluonitn 
Pumps at work in tbe Aqnarinm Seotion of tbe 
BXhiBition.) (Class 12.) 

1135. CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC 
CO.riiimited (THE)— Parliculars of tibibit 
lo illuBtrale the B. T. K. Hyttemof boui^c t» bouse 
lighting by electricity— the aup|ily being ob- 
tained from a central »latiuD uirotigh titomge 
batteries placed in different parts of tho dis- 
trict lo be lighted. The appniatus cunaisis of 
(1) Becondary Batteries, tlie plates imposed 
of a oontiDUoiu tape of thiu lead colled into the 
Tcquirod form. (3) The Master Cell, for pro- 
venllng injury to the plates from overcharging. 
(8) Rocking Switch, which provides f-r llw 
use of a bigb tension current In chargin:; 
batteries, aud coneecjaent cconomv in leads 

hile delivering a ourrent il ' '' " ' " 



potential limiled to that [couirud by the lamps 
employed. (4) Antomatio Regulator. {&> 
Motor, supplying power from the socnndarj 



balleriea for working funntain in Aqua 
(6) Eleolroliers, Ammeleta.Toltmetera, S*ilolit-s 
and Invandesoent Lamps. (7) The Sbuut 
woDod Dynamo Haohiue, used fur charging the 
secondary batteries at this eiUibit. giving 130 
Volts, 30 Amperes, is uiauuru'tunxl by the 
Woirerhomplon ElMtrio Light Storiigu and 
Engineering Co. 

1136. WAYOOOD, E., ft CO., Pal- 
mouth Road, Great Dover Btreot. 
aE. ; and 101 LeadenhaU Street, E.C. 
—(1) Patent Hydraulic Balanced Pussenper 
Lift, diHueiwing with balance weightii, cbnins, 
and overhead slieavea. (2) !:!tinm Power Lift 
for pMsonger or warehouse DM!, very siinple 
and strong, drivce both up and down at a regu- 
lated speed, and therefore dees not require a 
skilltvl attendant to work It (3) Hand Power 
Wareliouse Lift, filled with R. Wayg< od ft Co.'s 
Patent Stlf-snstaining Brake by which the 
load is held stationary when the banling-rope 
is released, and Patent Safely Apparatus to 
prevent tho esge from falling in case of the 
lifting rope breaking, (4) Double Dinner Lift 
tot hand power, ami Sto^^c \.A"i. -wK^k ^;»S«sis 

1 UU,wotki!Atit>ni\*i\o«\»^TO«a*<A\asA- VJ> 



1^ 



Weatern Gatiery. 



1137. BACON, J. L., & CO., 34 Upper 
QlouceBter Plaea, Dorset Square, N.W. 

— (1) Btuftm HeBting and Ventilating App&- 
rntuB, in action. (2) Hot Water Heating and 
Ventilating AppnintuB, in action. (3} Venti- 
lating Fail. (4) Methods of spplpn); Beating 
AppamtuB to gchoole. (6) Coat-irou Coil-caaes, 
Giutinga, Ae. (8) HodeU of Skirtings, &a. 

(7) DiBvings of buildings heatttd and renti- 
Lilted by lU. (B) Varioiu Stiindards, Coils, 
Pip«a, £0., £a. (Claas 35.} 

113a AT.T.Tny, F., & BONS. Canal 
Hood, Mils End, H— (1) Confeotioiiery iu all 
its tlsBses, Hi'dicstfd LoEenitea und Jujuiwa, 
Ponterrnct Llqaorice Cakt^s. Kolls, &b. ; lirnnu- 
1iit«il KOorvQscing Citrate of Magtieaiit, Cboco- 
lale and Ghooolate Creania. PrtpariHl Ciicues, 
13'mbouB, &c. Coroanat prustrved as a Snwt- 
roeuL (a) Macliinci for making Corofils. (8) 
Lowjiiges. (4) Boiled Sugar. (5; Cliooolale. 

(8) Cocoa. (Clasa 12.) 

1139. WOOI.F Sl CO., lie,]!Tew Bond 
Street, W.— <1) Dcy Cold Air Hefrigeralora 
fur tbo preservation of all kinds of foods, to- 
gctlier, without one article influL-neing the 
tlikvour of tlie other (15 hIzcs). (3) Improved 
Ice- making Moi^hine for domeHtic purposes 
{t riles). (3} Gramte Eoamel Industruotiblo 
Iron Wiire in all housubuld utensils. (4) Port- 
able Picnic Table, Ac. (6) One Be^gerator 
and 1 Fruezing Machine sbomi in pructJcal 
operation, (Claug II.) 

114a COIiMAW, J. & J., 108 Cannon 
Street, B.C.; & Carrow Works, Nor- 
wich, — A Mill for the uianiifaolureof Mdstiird. 
frnm the Bi 111 to Hour ready for use. (Ciaas 12.) 

1141. ROTLE, JOB3J J.. 27 & 39 
King Street, West, Mancheat^r; Sc 13 
Bed Iiion Square, Iiondon, W.C. — (1) 
Itovle's Patent Hteam Kettb and Bteam Kettle 
ami Oven oombined, for supplyiug boiling 
violet and warming vutkuen's moals. (S> 
Ib'fle'i Patent Bcduoiog Valve, for reducing 
liigri preasare steam and regulating supply of 
steitm to the above at one constant preasnre. 

(3) Roylu's Patent Syphonia 81esm Trap 
lor taking nvay water of condensation from tbe 
aliove. and from other Tessals oontaiuing steam. 

(4) Itoylea Patent Universal Unions for con- 
necting pipm together at onj angle, thus doing 
away with the tending of pipes. (8) Boyle's 
Patent Oluijector for lubricaiing steejo ougine 
cylinders iiy a perfectly novel systenj, which 
GiiBures peitc'Cl and regular lubiicatiuD, and by 
a viaibiB fK«l. (6) Koyb'a Patent "Peodu 
Light," a device for bringing dawn gaslight 
from eiilting brocket Of clioiidelier, requires no 
fixing. (7) Ku;le's Pendulous Food-warmers 
and KettJea, a safe and convenieut niothod of 
supporting vessels for heating water, (ixkI, Ac 
(8) Boyle's Fstent S«lf-Btting Mnln eui>piy 

£lltfr, ooaUiiDiiig specially [iivpared cnrlxiu, 
'ig a Lirgu su/'jily of thoiuut;iily &Ui:iu&' 



HWoi 



atto^HIP 



water; by means of its 0. . . 
and thorough Gltrstion, especially adapted fef 
domestic purposea (B) Boyle's Steam Fittings 
of first olaas uwtenal and finish. (10) Boyle's 
Patent Tap Union, funning a ready meuus of 
caonecting hose pipes to orduiary domcMie 
water taps. No preparation on the end of lop 
is requires] with theMt nniona Inetautty fixed 
and removed. (11) Bnyle'a Patent Ha» Valve, 
an improved method of oontrolliog the dis- 
I'lwrge of water fiom ho^ pipes, prevMiUng 
leakage and sticking of taps. (Class 13.) 

1142. BOTES, SBBNEZKR, Albort 
Road, Feckltam.— The Syphon Coffee and 
Tea Urn (Patent). The object of tho patent ii 
to boil in earthenware. For coS'ee or tea boil 
the water, stup the ebuUitiou and insert tba 
ooSiffi or tea, the tea leaves to bo taken out 
nfler tbey are sufficiently drawn- la vmt 
suitable for ninking oocc« from the "nite. 
Tbe patent applies tosaucepans for stews, scmpl, 
gravies, stowc.'d fruits, &e. £c (Claoa 12.) 

1143. STONES, JOHH, Uro Kffla. 

nivereton.— Sti?«m Hi:>ist, suitable for waiv- 
housu or factory, 3 stories in lieiglit, and with 
3 doorways on each lunding, fiiloJ with 9toDs^ 
Patent Aulomalio Safely i^biitters and Doon 
for closing the opeuiugs fur the pnavmition at 
acoidouta. (CLias 33.) 

1144. FINK, EDWARD, & SONH 
Sta^e Street, Borough, Iiondon, &£— 
(1) Model Steam Jam Boiling Pan, wiUa Palml 
Bevdviiig Stirrer in action. (S) U^el Shw 
MuchitiL' for the wparatlou of stalka fmin bwft, 
iu action, thus praoticsll* illustrating iMr 
proctiss nf muiinfricture of Jams. (CUm II) 

114c BEARE, OOBNEIiXi ft OO, 81 
Boutnwarlc Street, Ijondon.^ — CoOtm BiasI 
ing by uuichinery, inrlndiiig an Mbibit of tk« 
boat and simplest appliancea for T<iaMiag,gaa^ 
ing and making pure coffee at bfime, and alN 
hotels, restaurants, and pubUe 1» 
(Class 12.) 



1 146. NTE, a, & CO.. 143 Oxtaid 

Street, Iiondon.— <1) Moebinoa for uta^ 
miiit, finh, vogetiibles, and for maklnc faM 
meat, saiisatros, and preparing a trwts^ d 
diabea. (9) SausaKe Fillers. (3) Knife CI«m> 
urs. (4) Emery Powder for tuufu chMMa 
(6) Hills for DotTeo, pepper, rioo, cvo* 
sugar, spices, malt, hoiley, wheat Cwitfa ^ 
without Flour Dressing Apparatns> (€^ OdAs 
Boasters. (7) Cora Cmahers. (8) Bom HA 
(9) Broad Slioers. (10) Tobacoo bmI T«* 
able Slioers. (11) Brawn, Tonsiw aad Uri 
Pressers (13) C'Om and Plonr Bum. (M 
Bread Makers. (14) Mixing HaebttuM. (IH 
I'gg Beaters and Poaebeta. (10) LsB* 
SqDceiers. (17) Salting Moobiao. 
Potato Cutter. (IB) Portable File Bi 
(80) Klour Dredger. (21) PrepandJ 
\ felsiu* ttMd BwiHoniug, in., ic, t" "^ 



^•biaaa M 
parcd^^H 



Wettem OalUry. 



^1147. OVENS. WTT.T.TA-M & THO- 

HAB, EnffineerB, 54, Bt. John Street, 
E.C.— Pm.-ut Silent Slciit CuttiuK «nd SnuBnge- 
Makini; Mneliiue*, ilriven or worli«] by power ; 
ditto Tor liund power : Filling Mitchirieit. 

[148. OAUjOWAT, JAMES. Bolton 
Brass Works, Bolton, Iianoashiro.— 
Oonaialing of:— (1) Luviatlinn No. 2 Si-da 
Wuter MnoUiiie, with .ioiible pi 
olU« 



I Machine. (6) Pail' at Double Pumps. 
(8> FillinK Hactiine for eTer; kind of oorka 
•ni stopper.. (7) Gu» Genemtors. (8) Cas 
HoldiN. (B) Gas Purifier. (10) Sfrup Boil- 
ing, FilU>ring and Storiag Appamliu (11} 
Syrup Ueasoring Apparutm. (13) Bottle 
W&thinR. Dnuliiiig. and RiouiiK Appli&Qces. 
The whole filled up oompltte foTmanulaotluliiB 
at-mte.) waton. (Clua 12.) 

1149. HOXON. JOHN, 35 Floronoo 

Street. Islington, N.—{1) Saumge Machinon. 

(5) MinoiriK Sliu-hiute. (3) Knifv Cleanerd. 
(4> l>eiu<.n PrtKiiers. (6) Potato Miuiher>. 

(6) Cticumher Slioere. (7) Electric Potato 
Pwlert. (8) Rofrigerato™. (9) Pntent Emery 
for cleatiiii);. (10) Patent Emery for «barpen- 
inR. (11) PatuDt Ei-K Beaters, (12) Polish 
fur rlvauiiiK. (13) Patent Uraten. (14) 
Enuuolleil Cooking I'tpniils of every dnwrip- 
tion. (16) Oat Sti^yet, Bitmera, anil Cutlery. 
(16) Ooment. (Cla™ l'2.) 

iiSa LOCH BBOa & CO.. 36 
QneeD Victoria Street, E>.C.— "Henry's 
InstaiituiHjaa BalL Healer and Cooker.'' This 
a|>f«ntni can be carried from Toom to tooid at 
work i dooa not require ([bs, oobI, or lamp 
wirk : sill warm or boil water iiutanlajieouslj 
for haths usd geaeral domMtic purposes: will 
WMik a diaoei and Bleam proTiiioo* vriUiout a 
«te*nier : will rout, boil, grill, or fry ; can 
ha used tor producing Tnrkiah or Vaponi 
Baths : will warm rooma uid oouiorfaturiiM 
and not injure the plants ; Is inialuablo in the 
Hiik-roam or nurtery. It isfitted with a patent 
WHler-nven, for kneping food hot In. or for 
WBTUiini; buoti and liacn flraa Tuna danger of 
actcl-iag. TIiIa apparalos is of daily um in 
ttie kiti-hen and scullery, where it will produco 
■n nnlimilMl quantity of hot water either at 
tbe sink ot clsewheni. (Class 21.) 



in Ih.. ].rfparutio 


n of food, an 


I'llint 


•tn'l Kofrit«.-rst..r. 






t miiKK' woi.tbT 


f all kinds 


pfrish- 



(I) SeitzoeeuL'S ; apparatus for the prepiinitioi 



I153. DOW8, CLARK ft CO., 46 & 47 
Frith Street, Soho Square, W. — (1) 
Marblu Icu Cream H'Aa Fountains (2) Soda 
Wati T Miicbinitry. 1 8) Bur Fittings, such as 
eU'ctro-plate, glnse, ,Vc (4) Aerated Water of 
at! descriptions in botUes. (B) Sj-rups and 
Essences uai^ in the maouraoture ol the SHniH. 
(Class 12.) 

1155. BLAKS, w n.r.TAM THOMAS, 
176 City Eoad.— Prncesa of Manufacture of 
PuriSed Clay Tobacco Pij^a, Charcoal, Sani- 
tary and others. (Class 12.) 



Complete Factory or " Workshnp," Hhowing the 
process of maonracturiug all kinds of aerated 
waters and buttling been under a new system. 
(CIbssob 1 1, 42, 4:) it 45). Tlio eihibit Boropris. s 
the-Ptiio Medal '■ Soda Water Moohines and 
"Niagara" Soda Water Hachinee. and also 
F'oatL-r'ePat4!ntB>'er Aerating HooblDe, Bottling 
Machines, Bottle Washing Machines, Fillers, 
BtciuD Coil, SyrapMakingStape, Sulphuric Acid 
Cistero, &c., the alxire fixed in their rcspeetite 
positions and in action. Various timt ot Urze 
"Niagara" Boda Water Machines, fltted with 
glass plnogen and electro silvered in sll 
parts, and by the arrangeiDODt of dispensing 
with the meclianical agitator and otfirr im< 
provemenls preventing the possibility of 
metallic or other impurities in waters. 
(CliuHiT i, 12.) (Sj Fruit ChumpagnM: 
specimens of these are shown bottled and 
"put up" similar to the ordinary style of 
real champagne. Each contains the full 
aroma and flavonr of the fruit from whioh 
it is prepared, thus lemon, orange, pear, pine- 
apple, mapbcrTy. strawberry, ginger. (Class 4.) 
'3) Counter Fountains, for dispensing loed 
Fruit Drinks, these are twrnpsel aikd oheap, and 
should be on cTery chemist s and con fteli oner's 
connttr, forming an eleg,uit am) remunerative 
ornament (Cnas. 6.) (4) English Lsser 
Beer Fountains, the foonlain itself is timilat 
in anpearanoe to the ordinary Fountain. Tbs 
norelty is that any ordinary ligl<t English Ale 
can be nsrd. An imii bottle of nrrmprrssri 
oarbooia gas is sttachad by tube lo top ot 
barrel, and a stight pesaure fvt on lop of sis 
ODoaalonally : this g\iet keeping properties to 
it, besides alktwing the ale to be drawn from 
the fountain. (Claa II.) (6) Bottle Lahell- 
iug Machine. The labels are not handled after 
being put into the holder.- a rnllev 



the posted label aud iniled over it. It then 
attarhes itself l« the buttle. (CIbm 12.) (6) 
Concentrated Ompo Birds. (Chualt.) Sample* 
of Lemonade, Qinger Berr, (linger Ala t^^ 
Oraugoadu nado from llie ulmvu cow>V*i^^^| 



^^^ 



WaUm Oallers. 



.) (7) Samples of Bottled Beer im<1oT 
Poater'B Fnlcnled Sjelctn by nhich ftloihol is 
eitrikctod ami fenueatstiuD stopped, but it it 
fully impregnated with earbonio acid ga», 
making it read; for immediate consnoiptian 
and giving it lasting properties. (Clans 1.) (8) 
The 'Lnndon Hnde" Syphon Bottle (Patented 
and Regintered). tho tops are of pare tin uid 
silvered, the glass is of an improved form and 
ootonr. the Mac or fuat is made witli a groove 
in it to catch drips from the sp^ut as thej mn 
dovra the side: the voikine parts are simple 
and the sction in opening easily done by a 
child. (Glass 11,) (9) Foster's Pstenl Screw 
Stoppered Boltlos—f.ir Beers, Mineral Waters, 
Pickles, &a. ; liom the peculiar shape of the 
jiint formed between the Bottle and Stopper, it 
is easily mtade by a slight turn against an? 
ordinary pressure; a very small face only is 
expnavi to Iho liquid of rubber, or cork can as 
easily bo used. (L'luss 1 1.) 

1157. PISTON FREEZINO IffiA- 
CHINE AND ICE CO., 301 & SOS 
Oxford Street, W.-^!) Ash a Putt.ut Self- 
Feeding Befiigcralor. (3) Ash's Patent Helf- 
Filtering Refrigemlor. (3) Onlinary Boi 
Bcfrigerators. (4) Ash's Kaflee-Kannes. (6) 
Ash's Patent PinteQ Freezing Muchines, Filters, 
Eleotroplnted Joe Jugs and Butler CiKjIirt.. 
(6) Norwegian Cooking Appamtus. (CIhsh II.) 

1158. TYXEK (HAVWAHDi & CO., 
84 % 86 WlutecroBB Btreet, E.C.— (1) 
Complete Working Plant of Machinery for the 
Hauafsoture of all kinds of Aerated Waters, 
with the moat recent mecbnnical improvements 
and the best appliances tor Bvoidiog all £i>ruB 
of contamination. The m^icbincs ore fitted 
with Hayward, Tyler, ft Co.'s Tubular Batu- 
rator for perTect aiiration. (S) Hocdonpll's 
Patent Aulematio Pilling and Corking Mo- 
chine, turning out 60 dozen bottles an hour 
entirely by michonical means, wilhont hand 
labour except fiir supplying the machine. By 
this machine a tur higher quality of waters are 
turned out than by the ordinary means, at a 
very great earing io working eKpensea and 
brukoge. (3) Howard's Potent Wiring Ma- 
chine. By thisniacbine Iheoperntion of wiring, 
hitherto tlw work of highly skilled hands, is 
brought under perfeol mechanical control, and 
can be perlbmed by a boy or girl. (4) Hay- 
ward, Tyler, i Oo.^s "Arctic"' pattern Gold 
Uedal Aerated Wat«r Mschine, capable of 
turning out over S.OOO dozen bottles 01 aeratod 
waters dailv; witli Sa-gallon ganmetal con- 
denser lined with pure tin anil Httcd with tubu- 
lar laturater and two S-ineh plunger pumpe, 
(6) Plant consisting of double plunger pumps 
and tin-lined ooodonser in separate framrs, as 
aduutvd in the largest aerated water factories 
in London and elsewhere. (6) llaywnrd, 
Tyler. * Ox's "No. 4 Bnimab " Pattern Ma- 
chine, fur Bipall fsolories. suited for turning out 



iUi»e 
naod 



for turning out over 700 dozen bottlMjfl^P 
fitted with tubular saturutor and gtaM |Mp 

5 lunger. (8) Hayward, Tyler, ft &>.'■ Guo 
[etal Condenser, with lubular aatnialor. (9) 
Apparatus for making the carbouic add ^t, 
with recent im prove [nents. inclndiug Hayward, 
Tyler, ft Co.'s chemical gas purifier or waiiia, 
whereby the gas is delirervd pnre to Ihs 
machine ; and Haywunl. Tjler, ft Co.'s new 
vhiting miier, effiicting a great saving in 
material ami labour; and improred acid tank 
syphon. (10) High and Low T 
er Fillers, for ensuring t"-- — "- 
sler used in oersiod watra m 
ApparatUH for bottling by liani 
' 'lee, including May Duvis" . 

hine. also appUcnbls to aerated been 
ea; Syphon- U lling macliiDe ; Barrett'* patent 
<l)cr iu[.chiDe : Turnover maehine fi« palcsl 
ball stoiipera (Codd's. fto.): Barrett's patent 
icrew-neck bottle Qller, fte, (18) Uaytsarl. 
Tyler, ft Co.'a Svphon Botllca. Thate sypOotu 
are of the highest qnuUly made, the beads 
being of pure tiu, and erer; lioitic tested to 
200 Iba. prtasurc. Barrett's piit-^nt sai>w-Q«i 
bottles. Internal stopper witlles of Tanotu 
sorts. (Class 12.) 

H50. NORMANDY-S PATENT XA- 
ElSrE AERATED PEESH WATKB 
CO., liimited, Cuatom Bouse Station, 
Victoria Docks,— Pure Water DisliUiBg 
tlachiot^ry for producing good colil drlnkiag 
water from sea or other impure walar, tot UM 
on land, yachts, ships, torpedo boats ; ud aiUt 
impure steam from boilers supplying cngiM* 
of Bleamors, 1 ton of coal yielding IStOM." 
5100 gallons of distilled water, with boilm 
evaporating 9 tons of water per 1 tun at ooaL 
(The water produced will bo distriliutnl gialM 
to the public at a counter.) (Class IS.) 

iiGi. BANCOCK, F. ft C, X 
Dudley, WoroeBtershire. — (1. 
for washing butter from the cham, moA »Sm 
for turning salt butler inte freab. (■) Cm- 
bined Propeller Chum and Egg WblA b 
confectioners. (Sj Combined Kbehin* fa 
crumbling bread and grinding lump ■ 
for domestic use, (4) Machine* for 1 ~ 



r ktM^ 



^Z 



■ashing and peeling potaloei. (fl) I . , 
Gas Cooking Stoves, 'rhese maohinea will h> ti 
operation during the Kihibitinn baktng Im*' 
aad roasting meat. The ahelvea molve taal* 
the cose, and the heat is equalised tdaaUiflf 
vent soorching. (Class 12.) 

1163. UNlViilKSAli MUCIN Q AVS 
CHOPPINO MACHINE CO., li- 
mited (THE). (H. WESTON QWTIt. 
Secretary), 11 Queen VictoriB StnA 
E.C.— <1) SauBHco-Maklng and Miaeing Mr 

I ehine. (S) Dough Mixing and K^^bf 
Machine. (3) Cburas. (4) l>iU ; 
(5) Powder Uiien lot dmggiaia, { 

I 12.) 



4) 1>U1 IbMI 



WeiUnt OaUery. 



1163. SPONO & CO., aae High Hoi- 

boiTL, Iiondon, W.C. — (1) SmuKgo aixl 
Osnonl Mincing HucLliieB. (2) Thu Servant's 
Friond Knife Ck'ani>r. (3) Thu NUN, X. I^ 
Knife Cl«Ber«. (4) Coffs. MilU. (5) Vegrt- 
kble Sll™™. (C) WrinjrinK M.cliioM. (7) 
CupFt HirecpcrB. (8) Wheat Mills. (0) 
Brew) Blicen. (10) Pcrronted Toilet Rolls. 
(Ulus 12.) 

1164. ASGHXB, O., Essex Boad, 
iHlington, N.— (1) Huchine for mincing 
oookeJ muni fur puraoDS who are unable tu 
niuLicAle thuir fuoJ pmporly. (S) Muoliino 
for nuking BniiaagiM and miofwmeat, &o. (3) 
Mills for grinding cofii>e, spire, Arc (4) Mills 
for grinding wheat for brotro bread. (5) 
I.*inon 8<|n(>pjiar« (iron and porcelain). (6) 
Whisking BlacUiiioa for beating «eg«i crfsm, 
butler*. Ac., &e. (7) Botarr Knife Cleaning 
and Poliidiiag Msohiui^a on low stands. (8) 
\Ut\Mj Knife Cleaning and Polishing Moohinus 
on high sliiDds. (9) Caoombor ami Vi'gelalilo 
Klioers and PeolBn. (10) MachlDCB tor peid- 
ing ^>plns. (11) An assortmeat of Wo^ 
Turnery, comprising : — Snlad Spoons oud Forks, 
Rolling Pius, Bread anil Butler Euitos and 
I'hitlera, Ac, ke. (12) An a^sortmoDt of 
Egg Beaters, Boilers, Poachers, Timera, &o. 
(Claw I!.) 

116s CAPELL. HsT. a. M., Paaaing' 
luun Raotoiy, Stony Btrattbrd (Sole 
Agents for London DiatHct, HBSSBa 
HOPKIHSON & PRINCE, IB Wal- 
brook, E.C.). — Tlio Capell High Prowure 
KxhAuet and Blast Pans, and Ix>w Pressure 
UiiH' Vuntilalor, hand anil powrr, 

1166. SIMMONS et TTTLIilDaE, 
FleaaBnt Orovo. Tork Road. King's 
CroBB, N. ; Latimer Road, Notting Hill, 
"W. ; Station Road, Camberwell ; Liver- 
pool ; Briatol ; & Huddorofleld.— I'sti/nt 
Btewm Puwer Carpot-beatiiiit Macbiuo. (Cloee 
45.> 

1167. BATCHELOR. H. ft T. C, 
Stnginears, oppoeit« West Kensington 
Stetion Dlstrtot Railway, London, 8.W. 
— (1) Sercral examples of Bntvlielor's Pnl^at 
Motion Dmwin^. aa applied to illnstrating die 
action of steam in engines of largest olass. 
(S) Also DiiigraiDB illustrating various geome- 
trical moveiDcnts, snitable for seienoo leaching 
' s Isctnra nnmi, callegea, and elsewbete. ' 

. P>.il 



's Psyilion then 






tiamplo of BntcUelni's Patent Drawing) 
ttatiug the high class uiodern Pumping t^ugii 
etectad by Messrs. Simpson A Co.. Pimlico, for 
tbe We«t Middlesex Cumpany 
MDlth. (Clanfil.) 

IrtB. Hn.L A HBY. Halihx.-a) 
Models aod sample* of Patent Excelsior Sy- 
plKiD or Donble-ouneDt Ventilalon, for ven- 
lilaliun of rMiilences, office*, scbonle, ohunhea, 
faolorlas, Ac., vilhout other means of inlet, also 
tJiuld-oDrreDt Kicolaior (hill^'l or Ex- 
it VtntJlaton, awl Uotmei VentilalorB, for 



^^ 



3 samo, and 

1169. aiBBS, W. A., Qllwell Park. 
Cbingford, Essex.— Mod. I of the Patent 
Wheat Dryer, as onlereil f-ir Her Miijisly'a 
Estate Duchy of Cornwall. Machines on th's 
principle are now widely usi'd by importers 
and lai-gs millers, oonditiouing from lO.UOO to 
KO,OUO bushels per week. iJirgiT s'log for 
rlea)ing with enlin^ cargoes in six days by 
Bpeciul contract. (Class 12.) 

1170. ATJBLET, HARRT, & CO., 7, 
Scrutton Street, Curtain Road, B.C. 
(formerly 38 Spital Square, Bishop agate 
Street)— (1) Two l_lotl. Culling MiLciiin™. 
(B) One Pressing Moiliiuo. (3) Uno lira. 
Machine forendle^ knivvs. (4) An Asaortr 
of Endleea Knives and Endless Baud BuW 
Kniros. (Class l!l.) 

1171. ALAND, HENRY, & BON, 46 
Commeroial Road, Lambetb.— (1) 3 feet 
C inch diameter Patent Triplicate Mine nnd 
Colliery Ventilating Exhauster. (9) One ditto, 
IS inches diamelcT, '■ U. Aland's Patent." (3) 
One Single-geared and one Uoublc-geareit 
Hand VentilutJng Fan. (4) One 1 foot « inch 
diameter Pressure Exhaust Fun for vcntilotJng 
with smalt tubes. (C) Ono 4 feet <liamett:r 
Vacuum and Induction Air Propeller. ((Jlass 
42.) 

1 173. LEVERSON BROTHERS & 
CO., 48 Idme Street. E.G. — Patented 
Band Saws and Eiiiviis of E. Menoesaicr, Paris. 



I^H VENTILATING CO., Limited 
(THE), 67 Fore Street, EC— Four Black- 
man Air Pro[«llers, 4S in.. 3U in., 21 in., and 
III in. diameter, mannfaclared by exhibitors. A 
new mechanii'Bl tentilatoi coDitriicted on an 
entirety new principle, for the moTemeut of any 
quantity of air with a minimum of power 
adapted for either exhausting from or discharg- 
ing into any builduig, and can be placed in any 
position. Tbe 18 - in. propeller will tumro 
35,000 onbic feet of air per minute with 2 B.P : 
can be applied fur removing dust, steam, smoke, 
gases, or vapours, &e., and drying or coiling a 
great variety of manufaoturef, with or witbont 
lieaL One apartment venlilatcd by a 48-in. 
propcUi'i blowing in, and a 3(1 jn. (iropeller ex- 
hausting, and discharging through a turret 
fitted with air split. One llt-in p^ipeller dis- 
nhnrging into apartment throngli dutrit.ntiDs 
apparatus, and driven by Kloctm-Motor hnm 
Curn-Dt Lighting Exhibition or Ualvanio Bat- 
tery : may tie airaugtil for hand, waltr. or othcv 
power. 

11 74. "S UN" KNIFE-CLEANINO 
MACmXNE CO. (THE). 6 St. Bwithin'a 
Lane, B.C. — The PaUut "Suu" ~ " 
Cleaner. (Class 12.) 



i''jbU| 



& CO., 24a, 



miiici^ hcturiea, hospil&la, barrucka, &c. 
(CInu 15.) 

1 176. BKUNTON & TBIEB, 19 Qt. 
Oflorge Street, Westminater, S.W. 

Trii'i'ic iwU'iit ik'TJci'ij flit ImingijrinileUineBai 
eiuL'ty wiiLi'ln witlioat dust and with greal 
BjMHd and nci^urtny ; bIiowq in operation. 



U.Lt 



8iu llUl 



117S. DAVEY A; FABIAZT. Daah- 
ivood HouBB, 9 Nevr Broad Street, E.O. 

— D.rv<-y & FntiUii'a I'uti-nt Imning M<«:htiie, 
rDruiHi whorr ironing, smmtliiiig, or hot-prcBa- 
ingofony fnbriuisroqiiinyl; llio roller rovulvpH, 
nnd tho benlnl inm hiia n short re(^ipttK<ati^g 
niotinn on tnp of it ; if deaired the iron rnn bo 
raiw'd by mekiii of a trcaiUe. Tho «irtiolca to 
bn ironoi) are itppljeil ti> tho roller under the 
lip of thtt imu, Olid ftmt thmuKh without fur- 
ther luaistance. Nu Bliilled luluur is roquired ; 
a young girl warka tho mftchiuo. (Claaa 33.) 



ithing, Wringing, Hod Mangling 
Mui^iiini-, with new lovor urmngenieat fur 
working piston (firet time exhibited}. Thja 
washer ie on sin CBlirely new prinoiplo (atmoa- 
plieric), with up rfnd down motion, the waler 
and soap bcire fori'Od throngh e»erj fabric 
or Ibo olotbea bj the pistoD or planger. (3) 
Putent " PanigDD" Waubcr, a<Iapled for india- 
robber wringer. l3^ raleDt"Parag>]D" Washer 
with Wringer and Hangle, adapted to work 
cither bj hutid or a'lj small mottre power. 
(4) Ditto, ditUi, with ritury motion fur working 
piHlon. (6) ^umpltii of the Pulei^t " Canadinn 
Wnsher." India nibUr Wringer. (Claa 31.) 

1 180. ROSSSK & Rn8Bi:i>ii, 9a 
Ch&rlng CroHB, aw.— (1) Air Inlet Venti- 
lutora with Air Btriininp arjd C loaning Appa- 
ratus. (S) Extrai^tion Ventilators. (3) 
Chimnej Cowl. (Olosaae.) 



W., Iianoastar. 
(1) PHtent Pneumatic Eihaust Ventilators 
(VHiious siiea, plain, aj)d omamciital) for build- 
ings. shi]AS. railwaj oarriages, £c (S) Patent 
D'lwni'jtst Ventilators for Kl.ips. (8) Patent 
Inltls and Air UitTusers for BuildingB. (4) 
Palenl PneumoUc Soii-nipe Veutilalon. (6) 
Patent Pneuiuatio tioil-plpe CowU. (0) Patent 
Pneumatic Chlnme} Cowls, (7) Models of Ex- 
haust and Downeast Ventilators and Cowls. 
{Class 29.) 



i 



11B4. Hia, 

(THS) (C. 



1183. ASKWORTH BROTHEBS, 
M08B Brook Works, Mancbestsr.-Oj 
Patent lli^h Class I><j|u<M«ti.- M>agk> and WnJ^- 
ing Machine. (8) Patent MetalUp Brinleisd 
K]c«tro Hair Brusiiea, on the (hIj iit>d miJU^ 
ftir the application of oK"ctricilt in 'tan*. 
Na S contains 1450 flue tcDiperci tli<rt ■im 
black japanned. No. 9 coulnins !!><" b 
tempered steel wires, blaek jnpanned. K' > 
contains 2100 fine trmiHred steel wim,l^ 
Japanned. (Clasa 31.) 

HIGHBimT l£AC&n?E CO. 
OAATON. MuufV, 
83 HoUowftf Ro«d. IS.— (I > Paitci sn 
Washer, with reverse motion fur IbudIcu i 
institutions, in mution. <3) The Tiwn 
Washer. Wringer, and Uanglu ocDiUssi ll 
bmily use. (3) TUs HighlMU7 Wsita 
Wringer and Mangle, FbrbmiliSBorlM — *— ^ 
(4j Patent Wringing and HangliDg II 
new registered design. (UIbm 31.) 

1185. BTKFUilNB & "WOOIllUIl 
The Brixton Engineerins Works, B0> 
rutgton Road, Brixton, Ixindoli, &.W>- 
Onc Doutile Seir-nL-ti.m Waat.ing oaii Wi« 
Machine oombiued, (or iitiaui-liiiindi) «■ A 
hospitals, infirmaries, or otiiu' targe iiii | i . i iiiliw 
It washes all hbrios undor Uean-imMI 
whioh entireljr disinfeotA any oontagni Art 
dothea or othor articles may oootain. lis p- 
femianoe is Tctj speedy and effecttnl, the tt* 
employed being twenty miaates for each iiif 
of SO shirts or equivalent hnllf iifulhui iiiilrri 
iCiMn SI.) 

1186. HETEa, LLOYD &8HOOTLI- 
WORTH, 601 Commercial Hoad, li 
& 169 Walworth Road, 8JL— <li Wip- 
ing Machines, latott iiiiproveinents laA m* 
style, (2) Wringine and Maneling UtOaia. 
new principles and registered deelgos. {Cm 

'WE8TEBS AHCAUE. 

1 192. LOOO, HZEIRHjUTO I^mUA 

197 Sc 128 London Wall, £.C.— (1) B«nf 

Machines. (3) Knitting Blacltiiicii C)^ 
broidery tiacliines, ili«]Uy«d workiiie. In si 
iibout 4U machines. Iialf-a-dozen of *hitknl 
be kept working. (Class l!l.) 

193. MARBON & CO.. 9 iMt 



Stroet, BlsbopegBte Street * S.C 
One Piitent Wax I'hrtmd Sewing BUaM 
For leather, waterproof and heavj cM- 
ing. (2) One Patent Button-hoU flr* 
Machine. (3) One Patent Wax nw 
Sewing Machine. For leatLer, «DM( 
waterproof and military elotlilng-. (4) ^m 
variBlios of Doinealio Sewing Maobta 
(6) One Cutting Press, with Sfwcial shs{rd 
outlers for cutting out leather, cork and ■*■>* 
proof portions of boots, militan clijthi>|^ 
acooutremenls, Ac. (6) Two Haohinw f« 
, punching boles and inserting ejeltsta in slollr 
I- \ inR, kc. l,T) •^■«o ■»«S.viw«, for ' " " 
\ ■«i:\iV\\8L\.m^\]it!\ea'\~ "^ "'" " 



<8) One Miu<hinD fni loollnpiii^ or imiiimenlal 
«dge (Mitting, \ued tor tlie eil^oa at eluves, 

BuDlleU. manllce. rubber coaU. Ae. (9) Oao 
tclitne Tor ■pUttinfc ikiiu n( leather tai W- 
■«.Ao. (10) 



J.— _ .r poring (be -edeea 

of loHthiY ased iu all leatber clolhine. (11) 
One hare Cuttini; Toal, for cutting Uoei tor 
Wita. IfgK^Dga, Sc (IS) One Oiu llMting 
Appnmliw. for beuting iti^na for fiuiihing and 
bumialiinB tlio edges of leather of ovety clan*. 
(Cluu 19.) 

not HABHISON PATENT KNIT- 
TINO MACHINE CO. (THE), 138 
Portland Street, Manchester; andSoho 
Baaaar, 77 Oxford Street. London.— (1) 
The " Hiinisin " Putent Duplfi Kuitter knito 
IwoatnckingHBtoneopcratiDn oitliiiutchangiDg 
tlis aunt. (3) The Q»e«i EiiiUiug Hucblue. 
(3) The PrimfM Knitting Uu-hine. (4) Tliu 
Jewel Knitting Uavhiue. (B) Sunplea of 
Knitted Uwxla. (6) AutoDiatie Winder, (Cliua 
19.) 

1196. FOCOCK BBOTHEBS. aS6 
Southwark Bridge Boad. 8.E.— D-wtg 
made cm tlio fotlowtng principle*. Prinolple 
can be wvn on Stand No. 2M in Koilcrii qund- 
nuit. (1) Btnndnrd Borow Miwbioe for nttnch- 
ini; the iole* of boota uid tboea with serewg 
iDHhiul of rivet*. <SJ Bbike Bolo Soning Mn- 
ciiino. (3) Kiwt'a I.ook-«titob well-atitebiDit 
»u<l Falr-stitching Mncbine for boLto. (4) 
MngonUa Tacking Moohine for bnoti. (S) Tdtd 
PhooSswfng Hacbine for boiue boots aadstioea. 
(6) Ijut Turning Hochine for turning voodeo 
lotita. All tli^ nWvo on be aeeii in motion. 

1197. HEATH, HENET, 106, 107 A 
109 Oxford Street. W.— Polt Hat maaufao 
l.>rT. (1) Fur-forming M'ohlne. wilh all tin 
Inti-et iniprovenientB. (9) Planking Miiehiiies 
(3) Shaving Machino* »itb EkIihqbIb. mini' 
tuixing Ibu dannr to health. (4) PinUhing 
Morhiae. (B) Spcrinwiu iltiii<>'inting pmgfv 
elvc Btneait, from the nnimnl'a akin to tfip oom 
plele flit or bniver hot. (6) Hennr Heulir 
method of mnking SatVfltting Hnht, illuitmUiig 
the nannfaflture and odTutiin;^ ot the elaatio 
•nft-banded felt brim to nlk dreaa hala : shoirn 
in eonnw nf mniinfiieturP. (7) Mnkinj; Silk 
Hnl.. (8) Henry H™ib'a Patent Head-meaaur- 
ing Band. (t.'lass i;>,) 

1198. BAI.SS, POIiIiAUD ft CO„Far- 
finjcdoa Hotul, KC.— Mnnu factors of To- 
baeoo. Cigars and Cigarette*, and specimrna of 
Tobaooo of varioua Ktowlha.— (1) A I-eg^'ft 
Miniature TobaMTo Cutting Machine for fancy 
tobBel^o■; cinr nmkilig na eenerall)' praotiaed 
bv hand. (8) Cboice Bponmena of Havana, 
Virginia, Moxiean, Sunaiio. and other tobneiM 
laavra frnnipd. (8) A Trophy of Tobacco nacl 
in their manufacture of cnttol>aero*.roniprisitig 
all tlie lineal vnrielie*. (4) A Trophjr of To- 
lioroo uavd in their manufacture of eigura, in~ 
rinding Havana. Ynrra. Mexienn, Sumatra and 



their manufiicturo of eigiiietloa. inoludinjr tlie 
finest Dubro. It.iama Laliikia. &c. (6) Pour 
cnbiQetii eontainiiig each lOHU dean at various 
aiica: one mailo tMim the Itnest impoited 
1881-3 crop Havana lobacon: one mode traai 
the fina 1879 crop Manilbt InbHCuo ; one made 
tiom the fine ISSl crop MetiwD tobacco : one 
miide from the fine 1878 crop Sumatra IoImuioo. 
(7) Mnnufaciured voriotioii of Cut luid Roll 
ToboOHM ; varlona aorta. (B) Pinu apecimcna 
of 18^1 crop iniportod Havanna. (Olaaa 13.) 

ir«. HOTHWELL, WHjLTAM. 10 
Market Street, Bolton, LanoaBhira— 
■- " tlothwull " Knitting Macliinee. (1) The 
Steam-power Flat.wtb linilling Mnobine, 
with independent aelf-regii luting suetional 
nee'lle beds, baa oigUt Inoka und two occeFBory 
ittBchmeDts, and double yam-carriera to work 
two row* at the eomo time. Thia machine is 
ipednllyoonalrncttHi (o work the moat beautiml 
fancy Cardigan wtttenis automatically In one or 
mi'ie colour*. Striped lengthwitya or across tli« 
fabric for CanligKil Jockits, Ladies' Skiita, &e,, 
Ac. (2) Dcaign Knitting Haohinc, with three 
lucka aid acoeaiory Bltachnicnt, back-bed driip- 
ping nud ^int bed racking ; three ncedlrti. 
Thia machine ia uacd Tor the maoufaettife of 
Fancy Hoaiery, and hnita two Btocking* at 
one time. (3) The New Cardigan Knitting 
Uuohino. with aoceasory atiKcbiuenta for all 
kinda of lor^ gament^ dlber plain «r faney 

Btt«ma. (4) One and One Rib Kuitiing 
ncbine, eapoclnlly reiiBlntotid for manufac- 
turing the beat ribbed hosiery. (B) Seaming 
UaehitU) for Hosir^y. inikaa a perfectly Hat 
aiiteh, applii-able lo all oloaaes of hosiery. 
■■' " Dnmcatio M.ehinea ot Stand 1213 oppo- 



Miiniila. (6j A TraphT ol Tohnwo uwil iu \ !"t 



alto, (Cloaa I'J.) 

i2oa HIWDLEY, K a, II Queen 
Victoria Street, 2LC. — fl) Circular Saw 
Bi'noh, with Riaing and Falling Spindle for 
gPHtving tloiir biiarda, Ac, and flticd with Bond 
Saw and Bloek for striking mouldinga and 
JniidralLi for atainsao>% Ac. can be Silo.! with 
a|>Fi.*inl 1'eiiouini' Apporalus for doors and hoiiais 
work. (ChiBfl 33.) 

i»i. ANDEHSON & HUNTINO, 
Bath Lane, Nawcaatle-on-Tyne. — (1) 
Patent VnHetv Dovetailing and Vorifly Hrrnld- 
ing. &o.. Machine in motion. (8) Counter, on 
which are shown a variety of work done by tlic 
Maehine, viz.. for Bclinol and house furnish- 
ing, &e, (3) Improved Exhaust Pan for earry- 
Ing olT dust. &c., from mtichtne ahopd, &c. (in 
motion.) (CiBas33,) 

1302. QHAITI'. WILLIAM HENHT, 
FolQHhlll, Coventry.— (1) Improviil Ji.i- 
quard Loom, now type (in motion), weavinif. 
(8) New .tylc of Ladies' and t>i:ullcraon's Silk 
Hundki'Tclnct^. Also mm ellanrous Silk Gnvlt 
For Ijutiea' and (icntlimen's Dress. (Clsaa IM,) 

1303. MrLBOnHN. JAWE8 JO- 
BEPK, Senior, 178 to VW4 *;^-«aiw». 
Road. H-wiWne? "a&nA, "S. — ^N-i -ViMV™ 



, ».V.., \«-«'\» *»''^ w,\.v^ 






WeHem Arcade. 



at bools, bIioob, Ac. (2) Modliine for 
Toiling leatlioi (ia plnoe of old iBp-sloDe). 
(8) MaehinB for pricking roumi boIbb, fto. 
(4) Cutters oi Kmvea for onttiog out so1e«, 
ixeela and upper portions of boots nnd sboee, 
saddlery, alrops. eurclnpes, labels, &c. (50 
cullerej. (6) Men's, Wnmen's, Girls' and Boys' 
Iron Lusts and Btands for manurocturiiig nuk- 
chins sown, pegged and rifetted boola and 
shoes (50). (6) Glass Case for cntt^rs, and 
Wiirking Model of Cutting Mi\obiue and Model 
of Boiling Machine. (ClaM ISO 

1204. n'ORTOIT, F. K, 84 Carmon 
Street. Iioadou, E.G.— Nortou Power and 
Aiilomnlio Hoose and Ship Ventiluting Ap- 
pnnttua, to be operated by steam powur, (Class 
"-) 

1205. SINOITR'S SSWrCTQ MA- 
CHmE CO.. 147 Cheapalds, E.C.— (1) 
(^ingrr'a New FuJiiil; Bewing Machines, both 
hiuid and trefldlv, adapltd for all pnrposei 
(2) Imppived JTaniily Sewing Machines, with 
drawers, oroamentiil cjTer. U«kg, &c. (3> 
Singer's luiproTCd Button-Hole Machine, with 
automatic fi ed motion. (4) Sample Benob of 
Siiii^crs OsoiltaCing ^buttle Machine, with 
shafting and natent bictioa attacbiuent com- 
plete, driren by } li. p. Otto gas engine. (6) 
OUl Stjle Treadle Muchine, illnstralin^ the 
great BXcrtion fonoerty required in driving. 
(8) New Style Treadle Blnchine, showing the 
iroprovPioeiitB fffucttd by the Singer Company. 
(Class 19.) 

1206. FOSTER, JAMES. 41 Priargate, 
Preaton, Lancaebire. — Victoria Knilliog 
Machines. (1) One 8) in. T-neeile »ilh buck 
driving appiiralus for Hosiery. (2j One Idl in. 
7-needle Muchine, for garments or two sloek- 
iiigs at one time; pants, undervests, Jersey 
sbirls, &G. (3) One Jacqnard Machine 9j| iDch 
8 needle for Fancy two-eolourod patterns or 
ttripea. (See alw) 1216.) 

1207. PATENT 8TEAU WA8HEB 
& LAUNDKY CO., Limited (THE). 

36 AlbioT) Street, Leeds. — (1) 
HcBp"s rnlenl Steem Waehrr, with 24 in. 
wrouaht iron stand, powerful hnmer. (2) 
Heap's Put.nt Steum Washer, with registered 
gna stand. (3) Heap's Patent Sttam Washer, 
with -ii in. wrought in-n gas stand. (4) 
Heap's Patent Steam Washer, with registered 
gas stand. (6} Heap's Patent Steam Wasber, 
with 24 in. registered gas stand. (8) Heap's 
Patent Stcom Waslier, with registered gns 
stand. (7) Heap's Patent Steam Washer, 
with registired gas stand. (8) Milcbell's 
Patent Slenm WflihCT. nitb G in. ttand: 21 in. 
stHud. (8) Mitchell's Patent Steam Wa«hc<r. 
with reiristered gns aland. (10) Uitphull's 
Patent Sietim Washer, with 6 in. stund ; 2i in. 
stand: reKi^tered stand. (11) Uitobcli'a Patent 
Si<«ni Washer, with rcgistared tUnd. (12) 
Hildieirs Patent Rlnini Washer, with ivgis- 
^td ttmnd. (IS) Hitrhell's PateDt Steam 
^MlAer, irilJi i¥jristeri>l stand (14) Hcav'* 






Patent Miniature Washer, 
stand. (16) Mitchell's Fatetit 
Washer, with re^stered stand. (16) Patent 
St<»m Washing Machines. (17) Be«isl<tied 
Gas Stands. (18) tl in. and 21 in. High Gas 
Stands. (18) Pulroleum Heater. (SO) Cod 
Stove Heaters. (21) Patent Washer. Wringet 
and oecuBsary appliances for teat work to show 
machine in operution. ((JIaas 31.) 

1208. WHALLEY, SMITH & 
PAOET, Parker Street Iron Worka, 
Keighley, Torkahiro. — A Collection of 

Wiiahiug, Wringing and Mangling Uaci.ines, 
fur domeetio purposes. Also a Box Mungla 
and large 6t*am Wringing and Mangling 
Macliine. for hotels or pubUo itutitotkina 
(ChusSI.) 

1309. QREEKALL, JOHN, lOS Ox- 
ford Street, Manchester. (1) Greenall's 
Steam Waahrrs. Tliece machine* are tnade o( 
cojiper Ibronghout, and are heatt-d by pa 
burners at a cost of \'l. pir hour, or by a 



laio. TWELVETEEBS, HABFEB. 8 
City Road, Finabury Square, X1.C. ; uid 
383 Edgeware Road, W. — (1) Villa 

Washer, Wringer and Mangle ™mbincd »itli 
brass tap nnd 2U in. >)uarten?d rollers. (31 Villa 
Washer, Wringer and Mangle combiited, wilb 



bined. with brass tap and 24 i 
syraniore rollera (4) VilU W»(h 
fitte-d with self-adjastbg Clothu WrininiE, 10 
in. india-mbber rollers. {&) Uiamoad Wash- 
ing Machine, with india-iuhber Iowct rolUfa 
(Oak tabs Ss. extra.) (6) Villa U4ngl« ud 
Wringvr combined. 20 in. qunrteml lytBOMn 
rollers, brass capiied. (7) Villa Mangle and 
M'ringvr combinHt, 24 in. quartered sjtCBDMn 
rollers, brass capped. (8) VUla Haagle ms4 
Wringer combined, 30 id. qnartcred BjteaBMi 
rollers, brass dipped. (B) Table MaQglo aad 
Wringer combined, 20 in. quartered aycaauas 
rollera (10) Cottage Mangle aad WilDfm 



quartered syoamore rollers. (12) Insf 

Patent India-rubber Clothes Wringer, wild 
india-rubber rollers, 10 in. (13) Ivea' Paleat 
Indiii-rubbei CI olhesW ringer, solid india-rabbtt 
rollera, 12 in. (14) Ives' Patent India-mbto 
Cluthse Wringer, solid india-rubber rollen^ H 
in. (16) Ives' Patent India-rubbt-r aotbsi 
Wringer, solid india-rubber r<>ll«>ra, IG ia 
(16) Imperial Self-Fittiog and Bclf-AdjuatlM 
Clothes Wringer, solid india-rubbt^r rullcts, la 
in. (17) Imporiuli^lf-FittingandSoir-AiIriHl- 
ing Clothes 'nrtngcr, solid india-mblHT mlWa 
1-2 in. (IS) tropcrial Salf-Fittin^ aiul£ 

Adjusting Clothes Wringor, s'"-* '-■■■ " 

loWen, li in. (Class 91.) 



~ I3II. HEBSLWOOD, JAMES, Sx- 
cclalor Iieather Works, Leeds. — (1) 

Tliri-o N"w I'litpiit WiwIiitiR Mwliiup-s, vbt^iub 
file*. (2) One fiiU-siM Bkelstou Mftchine, 
shnwidg iuloriof of wrwhing machine. The 
object a( tbii macbme is to araiJ the preeeuce 
of stvun in the mom nhere the vashing it 
dine. The hanaB do not wime in oonlaot with 
liol water. A dny's washing tan be done in 
buir the dbubI lima. Ool; one lot of otothes 
is washed in nne supply of wnler. (3) One 
■Inien now pittuDt varions sized Oil Feeders 
for oiling machinerr and For domeatio use. 
(CliiM 31.) 

1312. BELT-ACnNO SEVTINQ MA- 
CHINE CO., Limited (THE). 233 
B agen t Street, London. (R. CARLTLE 
CHILD, Bocretary.)— Sii t>;lf-A.;linR Sow- 
ing Uaohines, tho mi'tivo pnwor thereof bt^inc 
■niol? meehnnical, whert'by the ordinary hand 
whetil and treadle are dispeOBed with, and in- 
jury to health bj nsing tho treadle is avoided, 
tho woriier having both haada free Ui rcguliito 
the HiiilenaU worfei^i ujion. (Class ID.) 

131 3. ROTH WELL, WILLI AM. 18 
Market Street, Bolton, LancaBhire. — 
Tbe Kolhwetl Knittini; Mnebinoa : — (1) Im- 
iiroved Knitting Uacbine for DomoBtie or 
Btuiiafart urine I'uriHMOa, for all aitis uf gonla, 
ladies' and cliildren'a Socka and Btoekings, 
atripod ot phiin. (2) New Paient Striping 
Jlaoiiine for making any stripe, with tbe i^haugo 
of yam tusido the ttoi'klng. end ia done uuto- 
niutienlly. (3) Knitting Hocliine for fine 
Merino, 8Uk, or Oitton, with 13 ntwciles la the 
ineh. (4) Knitting Machine for Ribbt-d or 
rliin llusiery, witii ailjustablo handle and rxlm 
ram alo)iB. (6) Knitting Mocliine with sing'e 
aide only, for fine Hat web, in one or four 
e.iliiursi. (8) Samples of Fancy Csnlignn Jac- 
k- 1^ Indies' Skins. Vests, and plain and rnDey 
llosierT nf all dest-iiplions, mnd.. -n tlio " Hnlli- 
well" Knitllng M..--hine. N- 1!, — M.inufju.- 
tiiring MAcbiiK's at .Stand ll!Kl, (>|i[ioAil<'. 

1314. PATENT ADTOMATICKNIT- 
TtNO BtACHINE CO., Limited (THE), 
417 Oxford Street, W.; & 159 Upper 
8treet> IsUn^^n, N. ; 39 Islington, 
Liverpool ; & at Glasgow.— Small Hand- 
knitting Macliines {tiie S in. in diameter, tr 
be afflivd to ordinary tables) fur the mauu- 
farctare of soeka, stookings. fishermen's ''npn 
ffnerusiea, ladiea' and obildren's undirskirta 
boclieaa. ooeiii«, mufflers, gloves, rouchiiig ui 
tnfted work for tunSk. collora, eulTs, ehilrlreu'i 
capf.Air., Ac. (t i.iu K'.) 

1315. WAKZERSBWlNa MACHINE 
CO., Limited (THE) (per H. FHICKEH, 
Secretary). 4 Great Forlland Street, Or- 
ftjrd Clrous, Loudon, W, — (11 Lnok-itit'iU 

Sewinit Marliine. to work by Land. <2} S^ari- 
n>ou Klaiire. Kiincy drmi, workeil eDlir.-ly 
iijion "Little Wanier" bund marhino weigh- 
ineonly0tb«. (8) I 'wk-sliteh foiling Macbinf 
— "" "iwr C," wnrldn^ silently npon steel 
• and ■mtiicl; withmt oog whet-ls, "'■ 



^^r WaliMl 
^fanbM a 



reade. 285 

Kilting -ir Pliiiting Muobinea, for preparation 
of fuucy dri'Hti Irtniiuiugs. 

IZ16. FOSTEB, JAMES, 41 Friar 
gate, Preston, Lancashire. — Victoria 
Knitting Machines. (1) One Sj in. 7-needla 
Machine, for stockings, gloves, ftc (S) One 
"' '—\. 9-noei'le Madiine, for stooktoga, *o 
^e llj in. T-(iee<lle Machine, fur fanc^ 
Cardigan pjitlems, with automatic rock appll- 
anee. (4) One 1^ in. 6-needle Cross Patlera 
Machine. (B) Foster's Automatic Winder, with 
garments knit on the ^>ove. (Class 19. and 
see also 12U6.) 

1319. WHEELER Si WTLSOIT 
MAltUFACTURINO CO. (THE), 21 
Queen Victoria Street, E.C. — Twoire 
Sewing Muoliinca, with ntfachmcnts for nil 
kinds of work including butlnn holes, three 
of which are to be ran by steam power. Tho 
remainder to be shown working by foot and 
hand power. (Class 19.) 

iSiS. VERTICAL FEED SEWnTO 
MACHINE CO. (THE), 63 Queen 
Victoria Street, B.C. (F. J. NEWTON. 
Manager). — (1) Hand Sewing Miicliine on 
Iho " Vertical Fwil " principle. (2) Trea.ilo 
Sewing Machine on the " Vtrlieul Fi-e-l " prin- 
ciple, in eight different styka. (3) Power 
Sewing Machine on the " Vertical Feed " prin- 
ciple, in eight different styles. (Class 19.) 

1319. GORDON & GOTCH, 16 St. 
Bride Street, Ludgate Cirous. E.O.— A 
Collection of nine F^tint Lock-Slilch Sewing 
Machines, Hand and Treadle, containing all 
llie latest modem impTovanirnts, and adapted 
for every deacription of work either of tho 
family or tbe manufactory, sowing from tbe 
llneat to the heavient fabrice with t^ual fooility. 
Maiiufaetiired by the Dnmoatic Sewing Machine 
Co., New York. U.S.A. (Cla« in.) 

1230. KTHBY, BEARD, & CO., 116 
Newgate Street, London, E.C ; and 
Works at Binningham and Reddltch, 
Manufacturers of E*inB, Needles, Hair 
Pins and Fish Hooka.—A Pin-stieking 
Miiuliiiie. lor sticking pins on paper, worked by 
band. Clleclion of Pina and K">.«dl,« ot all 
kinds. (Class 19.) 

I33I. DTnVERBAL KNITTING 

MACHINE CO., 86 Htimberstone Gttte, 
Leicester. — Knitting Maohintw, 3 or 4 in 
number, of various aiioB. Also, in coDneclioti, 
Ueaithf Underelolhing, witbuat dyee or other 
inipuritiefl. (Claaa 19.) 

1223. WHITE SEWING MACHIHB 
CO. (THE), Cleveland, Ohio, United 
States of Americ u European Branches, 
18 Queen Victoria Street, Londot), E.G. ; 
Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam. — Wbitp 
Loek-sliloh Shullle Sewing Maubinea. Also 
tbe "reerlr>.s" Hand Machines, rombining 
with nitntonlinary lightneu of running (obri- 
aling any fatigue) all the most modem appli- 
•neea inveuteil to lessen 1 he InbnuiuidUtv.'^ifui 

the opuMvuu ot ftie »:»»i.*»«a. tJ3a«»-«:^ 




ia3. AIAION 8ANATOBY BOAP 
CO.. 76 New Oxford Btreet, I>OD(lon. 

W.C-Tbu Allium Milk niid Siil(ibiu Soup. 
'-- ■' g iitiil punfjing the ikin. (CUw 






aj. LONDON AND t,EaOB8TBR 
HOStEKY CO.. Limited (THE). 41 
Obarterhouse Squaro, Londan, XLC. : 
And WiiiilVod Btroot. l«l(«st«r. (Sole 
Licensoe. I. L. BERRIDGE. 8 OtUlow- 
tree a»te, Leic^eeter.)— < 1 . (iriKW.Irrx Im- 
pruvnl ratitnl Sl'Kkiiig Kuitlir. ijux'tttll; ili-- 
Wgnol till Ibo UM1 (it hnsinr; nuutufuturfTB. 
Bad alan for llio knIltlDg of mn'ka anil *ti>nk- 
inn b; lailjoa al thi'if nint honw*. (9) Tlie 
Naw Am(.rinkn R II. " 

Macliinm Tot aII purpn*«t, ni 
M*cliii)c* ror wnrkliif; butloD-Li 
hii«liiT]p, aiul tt'ililo fklirlco. 

OUTSIDE WESTERN OALLBHY. 

IMS. BIDDELEY & CO.. Engineers, 
11-14 Upper Willittm Street, Liver- 
pooL — Din-'t Aoliiig Ift'-niiJiing MiuJiiiUi 
(Sidilpk; A Maokay'g pBtoiil), tnr Ihi< muiiuflui- 
Inra at tMtM|«iunt ioR In lar^e mlicl lilnoks. 
•lid Miidol of Inilian loo FWttnrj, m erentoil liy 
tlio (loiicnil lott ¥ai>Uiry Co., Lliuile<l, lit 
Lcadoiihii!] Slro.< London. 

i»p. BRADFORD A CO.. 143 High 
Holbom. W.G.— A lilninrKi'litiir AjipimliiH 

1330. MA.CHIMERY AND HARD- 
WAJBJ! CO.. Limited, 147 Queen Vio- 
torfa Street, E.C.-<1) 12-111'. tlnriz»iit<l 
Hi^-h rr.'»iin< St.i.ni K»iciJii^ (S) B-HP. 
Vtirticul Cni» T.ibe ll..ik.r. '8) PuwetTuI 
Duiililt-ici-nrtil Gii|i l^nthcs •cir-wtinK nnd 
n-rew-niiltiiiu;. (4) 30-lii. DjiiblivicenreJ I'illiu 
Drilling Mn'liitiK. iS) Hnnd-Drilliii^ M» 
dbinK. (6) Stnmjc Irnn Cireulur Sow IVnnh. 
(7) Ni'K and luinrovod Bniid Bnw. (8) itual 
Engliib Lmthi'T BoltinE. (9) Tutont I'ull<-j 
lti.«k». (10) Wronalit Iron Pulley*. (11) 
CoiTUgalod Uiw) riilli>ra, (12) llDmroeni, 
8|>aniu)n. Vieci, (13) HodgiV Brum Lift, 
rnroo, and Diiop Wi>ll PunipL (14) Coploy'a 
CfOitipoiind Bnf^ne. (IB) Rf^cern* Palent 
" Kob-i-nnnt " Una Appumtus. Pure Um, 
U IM. IMS low cubic leut, fur ligbUuK 
charrbea, nuiDiiorii, mills, minea, buoja, &c. 



laja. adENTIFTC DBS 
TIBTO ASSOCXATION (THl 
a»nt Circus, London, W.— Iiu 
tnwhiug boir t^ cul bj auifon 1 
W(>n] I.y lady <q- pliild. bo u t.> 
wilbont trj iiiii; (-a, oinl vitich ns 
fully uacd by any rluM ftviu tm ; 
tipKairla. ^pi-riiuen paitPrna m 
*bilo muting. (CUoB iV.) 



(18) Emn Tliomna'a Safety Lamp*. (17) 

Apparatu* for TusliD); Lampa. (18)TlieLaD- 
Gasl.iru PatfiDt Dclling. (18) WriQoh & Sam' 
Il«l{iiitorcd Eitendud Eavia ConBcrvalflrj, i«- 
gairing on brick-work. (20) Wrinch & Bona' 
UcKislered Spao Goof Green Unufto. (SI) Soott 
Itroa.' Steam llaiutnoiH. (39) WonlsHurth 
Patent i b. p. (iaa Eagine. (Class 45.) 

1231. PORTER, J. H.. 1 Tudor Street, 
London, B.C.— (1) Filtifring Appnratmi, fur 
.MMK) galloDB per liour, (2) Porior-Cliirk WuUir 
Purifjing Apparatus, *((rke(l by muiive powur, 
(8) PoTteK^buk Walur PuTifjing Appuratua, 
weafloyail iu privatu msiuiotu. (Cbua SI,} 



1333. CI.B1 

61 Qreat Rti 

-(1) ^M^s , 

DsthHIi : 
- ' a U> . 



lell Street, Lrtn 



Woolwich, *li.r<' ii iiii.j ix.. »ituui 
Aritoilar MKcbliMi. l-^t dianwta 
aatnmatla alriking gwr oaa« Qm 
rrtrolitiig ilrnin to n^verw tta diiv4 
Ihroe reirolutinus, tt>tTpby [wcnntii 
di^iipjr of Milling or tnlliDgof UtcUi 
B«^1« ^Jn-Bin;;. (»> Ono SG-iofli ■ 
Hydw Kitmrlor or Wriniinna SU> 
One 2T-iiich npea utp dilb^ flited 1 
fricUMigru. (CIom 33.) Alvadi 
uiwn an cntinly now ptiaclple. Tl 
thi* oihibit m coitlained in a iU<ta 
oreotrd of Willawlcii Wuli-r[>r<ior IV 
r>nt in motion by one of Hlodlr 
Kn^inea oiintsiued ttiorelo wlUi il 
iliarijng, funuitig a oompMct L»mai 

1234, MARTIN & CO. C«r 
Decorator*. S7 NewmBa 8D 
fbrd Street. London. W^, — A 

mtiliiiniuB mww «U«d up wHh Ibi 
Cnnud Bc«d lJHy>nitii«i. 8«i 
nortiiMW, divloa, niBdtpla, <rwtt-am 
ollior fumilUK pnoluccd by tlieir p 
oout'B, at «D low a rat« as lo ta 
iDrntal itoodvtuk iulr> gefDcr«l omi 
lire lit by an Dnitrely niyw (aicnl 
Imttcry Bud iippliaDCi'B, (Cla^ SO.) 

235. 8eaorav:b. obobg 

Wellington Buildings, ChelaM 

Ho(ul, aW.-Pumafe fur beatjiiea 

.ihun. ISe, Sli<n.l 1 13a ■» Ifrt/A 

1236. CINGALESE! HUT. 

1237. NEWMAN, A., IS 
Street, W— Old EubUbU Fan*, U 
t.'nia, Brackets, Gat.e, Grilla, buJoM 
ibor Vanea, Fitlinga for elertrie tig 
Gral«e, Fenders and Kire-irona, and 
[r.in Work for domeatio and eeo 
piirpoBOB. 

1238. lkdian tea pavil: 

western auwexb 
w39. galloway & sow 

cheater.— Boil era, (Sm Comulimai 
for full dienriptioiu) ^^ 



& CO., WsBt 
E.-(l) Kluu- 
;€li.|l-B I'uWut - Wiilc-rwlU'li ' ruMip. for w.iU-r 
«ii(i|>l)' Ami •cwiigo (lUl>c<wi1. (3) "Wiilor- 
«i ili'li ' i'uinp, tnuiiun] power, fur gunurftl woUir 
""I'l'ly- (3) Blundt'ira I'utont lU'tary Duplox 
I'liiiip fnr KBler eiipplj. (4) Sumll ItnUiy 
l'iiiii[>, ilvaiu power, f>it water aufiply, (CIahi 

1241. CHKISTY, THOMLAS, St OO^ 
155 FeDoliuruh Street, E.C,— (1) A Rutiua 
i| Tlionn.>Htalin IiiPuljuUirB (|«ltiit), for Ins 

i.riilioiiil Imlrliiritt nf cRgB. (3) A UiyiiiK Dos 
f'T llio nici-i<limi of Uiu ohU'ka wtwo LsU'liixL 
(3j A Itearmg Mnthor for thu lutificUl ruariug 
"I tliu cbu'keiM. [CUw 12.) 

1242. PRICE'S PATENT CANDLE 
CO., Limited. Belmont Works, Batter- 
sea, 8.W.— <1) Caadie Uouldiiig Mu.'Iiiui-«, 
-MrUiiiK I'lUiH uitd utLc-r plunt employLiI in ttio 
>iiiiiiiif'u:liiru Biiil imoking of nimltlD ruudli-a. 
(2) Ciiudlu Mikluriuls nod Candlus. (CtoM 33.) 

1243. 8IEBE, aOHMAN, & CO., 187 
Westminster Bridge Road. — Lifc-litfootfl 
l>ry Ait li..friRefnt.ir aiid CoiJ Air UliiuntH;r 
fur Um pri'iurviition •>( fowl. (Claaii 12.) 

1244. WASNEB St BONB, The Cres- 
-■(.■lit Poimdry, Cripplegate, E.C.— (1) 
[„>l)iiuu „ud Wuv'b f ■iHo.it Mulct- Ti'iiii«.-riug 
'■ ' - ■"■■' (l-lMti (■■ouulohia. t3)llrMi ^ 



1350. WHITELEY. WILLIAM. Weat- 
bourno Orovo, W,— Whiulfy'H Imiinivrd 

colli air, vmililiititiB fiiti, norkiiig dirmt Ifom 
tlio whoela. (CLuHll.) 



K CO., Limited, 18 Beer Lane, 
KC.-<1) One Ounlpl. Ciuik FoniKn-, winkrd 
by Bikrki r'li " TuivurMl " Qu Enffino, 1 b.-p. 
uoiuFnM. (B) Obo OuillotiDo ttowf in connec- 
tion with cttiik formc'f. (3) A nmiibtr of 
■* lln.l|.li ' I'tiU'ul Double BIoth) Dry (^lopcr 
Owki for lliu lurkuge of ftxHl products 



(Cl« 



II.) 



CO. (BATEMAN & LEVICK), 
Oomhill Chambers, Whit« Lion Court, 
Cornhill, B.C.— Fur fllloring mpidly anil 
iiaty wulcr •uwof^e. otlliiunt liquiibkonii 
y ilII lii|uiJ oontainiug tarim or BnialJ 
•B of auejicuiled luuttur. (Claea 21.) 



33 i 



, Limited, 

J..IU-C 



.onfrun 



Will 



, Ac (6) Star 



n<l for ill 



„3> 



' Bontf Street— littbi 11 <; Br^nd, 

• ITcaUuiiii'ii il.ikme I'uwdiT ra liuu uf y, 

1247. GENEBAL OA8 HEATINO 
& LlaHTLNQ- APPABATUB CO. 
Idmited (THE), 54 to 70 St. Paul'i 
Btreet, New North Road, N.— (1) Viuioiu 
(tyBloma uf iVK.kiiig fl|.pariituB. (2) Uoilets for 
liitPlipiLg. Uillis. |)ii!>]ic iUFtftutioiid, Ac. (3) 
Utaliny nnd Vrntiinling uppnralua fur private 
liPUBta, cr>oBcrvittonu«, f;ni.'iibuuiiu^ cUurcbts. 
aoliooln, il:c. 

1248. aA8LAMF0imDRT& ENOI- 
HEEBINO CO., Limited (THE), Derby. 
— A I'ntoiit Dry Air Itetrigirulor U> dilctiarKe 
lafiDO foctof uir per honr, at 60° below t6n>, 
b) cool proviaiout on board aliipit, and niakiDg 
Ice. Alirn for cooling rooniB is bot olimalea, 
Tbe maobine isMmneclcd to EreuiiuK and chJIl- 
lag ctiambcn. Fros-ti mcHt will bo stored in 
the GhniubcrB to illiutruto die ftmting prooesa 
on board abip, olid in cold »loreB 011 aliaru 
iCltm 25.) 

1349. COMMITTKE OF IMPORTERS 
OF AUSTRALASIAN FROZEN 
MUTTON (THE); Sir FRAMCI8 D. 
BELL, Agent- a«neral lor New Zealand, 
Ctaairmaii ; W. J. ALLBUP, Hon. 
Secretary, 14 Finsbury Circus, London, 
IJ.C.— Fft-jiing Cbumbfjr, Tiiawios L'hamUir, 
and SIt»l Stt-n: (CIms 11.) 



Capillury Ilufriginttors for tlie cooling, 
,[. ami pniBerring of milk, &a., and li>r 
purificatinn of drinking watur, and goneml 
oiindfuinf: and concentrating pnrjiosoB, Brnch 
Ha laocharine mallen, applu juice, Ao. (3) 
A patent lujl^iltofract for Klobuliiting fati and 
anmlgtunating the amae with milk, nrai in 
cbi;eae mauufaclure uud general domaatio and 
other oookery. (Claaall.) 

1^4. HUGHES as LAWCASTEH, City 
Road, Chestor. — (1) Tlio Mbonu Druinnge, 
St'B-trage on J Wattr Bupply Syalom. Aulomatio 
uppanituB eiDplfiycU in conuuctiou with the lya- 
Icm ahown in actU'U operation. The q^ateui of 
drainage ia uppliftabte to tbe combined aa well 
na tbu auporatv ayatem of draioage. The ayittm 
ia in auconafnl operation at Eaatboumo. Win- 
ebdatcr. WarrinctAn. &a. (S) Pnennialie Walin 
and Sewerage Injector and Glaaa Working Hudol 
□r Butnc, operated by one of the Wuatinefaouia 
BndcL' GomprcMMs. (8) Uooae Sewage Bjector. 
(4) WUliom DooaUbKin-a (Df.I.C.B.) Air Oi>m- 
preaaor, wnrkvd by paltint high preasoiu water 
engine, apucially odaptul to utilize the watiT 
from the etreet aaina for air comprawing, 
hoiatlng machinery, electric lighting and 
general power purpuace. (S) WIUiKin lionold- 
Bon's " Pouncclct Turbinu." (CIiubj 83.) 

1255. HALL, J. ft E., Dortlbrd Iron 
Works, Kent; and 23 St. Swithin's 
Lane, RC. — (1) Put4!ut Col.l Dry Air 
Uacbine, "AA" die, delivuriiig 200U enbio 
feet of air (M-r luinr at W below lero Fahr. 
(2) Patent mil] dry air madiine 13 aiie ilulirer- 
iiig MOO cubia (cut of air pel hour at 39" Uilow 
zuro Kabr., fur prcaerring tooi\, Ac, o 
abip and on land. (S) A Ck'td Htorsiru ' 





(Rut GtriiUir.) 

L BAX£B, JOBEPH, & 80IT8, 
Kineers, 68 City Road, E.C (1) Urewl- 

omkinK IWIiiniT;. oiiiiplctv tijuiu wilU Uvea. 
(S) Unkti un.l Confepli.merj' WidilnCTj. ooiu- 
plete HlnuU MouhU un.l GmfucUuiH^T s lWi«l>. 
(3) BiKiuit-uuikiiig MiieliiDoTf , anmplnte plant 
■Dil oren. (4) Uoohinct in (nil nie. (fi) k'I: 
A HMlelofComhinoil Brrad. Bbcuit. and Cake 
Dukvty. witli T'mv.llinfC Ovun, and Ihe Itailej 
Extent Conlinunui Bnkiiix Onm. oae-twclllb ut 
full aize. (6) Patci.l Fiuil ClMoliifc und Drj- 
iu,c Msdiin.!. (7) TiiUint Siftiu); and MiiinfF 
MMliboB, fnr Uour, biklng-powdcr, and all 
t-nwder mixtiirei. (8) PbIkdI WJii*k« and 
Hiirn. (8) rt«l Cutten and Blicvre. (10) 
I^tient Buear Hiita and Sifter. (11) Almuiul 
Hill nnd Blaticbir. (12) Meat Culliuc and 
Mincing Machine* (18) Putent loe-Cieam 
FntsiJiiK MarliiDM. The - Rapid " «d<1 " Por- 
muKa." (14) ConfeationeT^ Urop Rollcra. (16) 



t26t. OLOBB MHiI. CO, landHd 
(THE) (Thompson'B Patent}, 68, Tl 
ClilsweU Street, E.C. ; and 58 IjOtnbul 
Sttioet, B.C. ~ PulnrintiK MiiU, uiilo^ 
nmtrifhgHl Torre in • norrl, umple, as J cdHthc 
uinnncr, for the rapid and econominl lednrM 
of If heat, Duiiz*', and otiier cercalfl; aUoiuiiaBl, 
aniiDHl, anil ulher nibstancca, nwid by un hr 
piirpoHM ttffcfting biilii hia btNillli mod nimCin 



.12.) 
1363. FERKTWa. A. If., dt SON. 8m- 
fbrd Street, Orsy's Inn Bond. W.C- 
(1) Three Patent SUma Orvna. wilU tjmtt i* 
tiakera for oontinn-iua baking bj ataluinarj 
brick OTen. (2) Ship Oven ui<] H>liUrT P<«- 
table Oven. (3) Tlu'ir Patent Ap|«ntai ti 
vmitilnting and warming buildings, of vUck 



■0 ttll 



(CIb 



( 12.) 



ga« engiiit. (C1u« 12.) 

■357. WATT, T.. & SONS, 6 Qledbow 
Terraoe, aW.— Braad. BiaouitB, Cakee, Piw- 
tr; and Cuofectionenr and Ice*, all manuliLP- 
luri'd bj niaohinerj in the Working Bakuriei 
ut Stand Na IS-^tl. (ClawS.) 

13^8. CBOBSI^ET, BBOS., Limited, 
24 Poultry, E.C— Ga» liEgii.Miuid Shafting 
fur naktTlt*. 

1350. RICHMOHO Sc CHAKDIiER. 
Southaii Street, Ma.Dche8ler.—{l) I'ntcnt 
KuiiailiDg Mnrhine, for faniUj me, wpabto of 
kawlint! frotn 6 to H lb». of tlonr. (S) Patent 
KnMding Marbine, for hIiooU, buteli and in 
■Ululiuiia, Twumen can knead with tbii macsliine 
t;0 lU Df flour in t«o niinntoL (Claw lU.) (8) 
Puti-iil Ki)«dlnB Hiicbine, capable of tborough- 
If tnixiiig I anvk ot Soar in g minuted bf two 
loen, and, if nurkod by |>oner. in a inucb 
■hoTter time. When aitapleil for linnd puwer, 
tbo niBi'bine ia Gtled so on lo bo worked nt Iwe 
different e[>«eds atpluauurc. (4) Patent Kneml- 
ing Machine, on improved priiicipU'i, capable 0I 
kneiuliiig 2 Mcki of Hour at a time. (ClabS 12.1 

1360. MUSTO, J. J., a CO., Engineera, 
SI Clinton Head, MUe End, E.— (1) 
Sleyen«' Pnlenl Dongli Miicbine, with movable 
trough, 80 that one mtichine can have as mauv 
movable trougba lu required, euch cttra trough 
being equal to anotbei maabuie. (2) An Im- 
proved Bquare Yeast Pn.>BS,cunaiiitingota«eiiM 
of ditbed iron platei (to wbjoh filtering sloth* 
are attscbed). mounted in a strong iron fnune 
and held firmly together b; means of a oi'ntro 
a to form a seriea of obambers. The 



1363- HA80N. -qrrr.T.TAM FSft 
DERICK, Engineer & Patentee. Long- 
eight, ManchBBtsr. — <1> Mason's Pstel 
Hol-Aii C'>u1iauuns Baking Two Drttka Ona 
(2) Maiyou's Patent IIot-AirContiuuinisBakiac 
Ovpn, with Travelling Bak.ng Plate. (Cla»«l 



Yeast is pumped into the Alter under nrei 
Tlie liquor pHsses through Ibe cloths and ei 
frum tbe bottom of thp pinlea, leaving the Yeosl 



solid oondltioD behind, 
emptied in a fuw tnlnules by runnmg back tbi 
«Te» and removing tin.- dry Voast (rom but ween 
Ibe plaU's. (C'lius 12.) 



for iiiakiDg til 

•leag-.-a, vermicelli, Ac. : also *un^ 

Apparaliisca oiied in the uanuf^ture of latad, 

biscuita, lotcnna, venni«Ui. Ac. (S) A Cob- 

plele Hodel-ttaebine Bakery, &UM with Pflci- 

derer's patent maohlnerj, worked by Jirmt. 

W. Uill ft Son. (Olau 6.) 

1365. HUGHES, J.. & BONB. XIU- 

«ne BuUderB & Oener&l HiU Fui- 

nishers, 217 Oreat Dover Street, &&— 

(1) A 3 ft Mill, sbowing the uutnTior iu wbii^i 

"10 wliest is givuiid into uichI tor Boor. (S) 

4 ft. Mahogany Cylinder, with Hire abl 

nghea, to illustrate Ibe trentiuent uf tfac luial, 

z., Bcparating the bran and [ivILud from Um 

juf. (Class 12.) 

I36& MAItSITAT.T.. J.. Baker, teL, 
_42 West Strand; and 168 Barll 
Court Soad, KenBington.— (1) A MoiM 
Biikory, litte-i nitli the Int^at imptnvi^inenU in 






', all i 



(S) 



GilaoQ ft Roer's Pat™i Gaa Pnraooe, mppixA 
(o an ordinary ten-buabel borer's oven. 0) 
Molvin ft C«.'s Doughing Macbioe, StiiTine 
Moebine, Dough Broke, Flour Mi»er, *t, 
driven bj'on01logBS6upinerroniMcB8n.Cin» 
ley ft Co., Bud a Patent Viennese Dough iUxO. 
(Cloai a.) 

1367. BETNON 8e COX, TOrbay baa 
Works, Torquay.— (1) Largo Baker's Ove* 
un Coi's pHlenl principle. This oven is healed 
by a small g«s Are, tne fumes pasaing lemid, 
not into the oven. There ia no emoke, smell « 
dirt. (2) A Variety of Coi's Pateut Co^ng 
Stoves, heated by gaa (ndvantagea — connoiw « 
gas, no gas fumes came in contact with UmA 
cooked), and (3) (V>i'b Patent Gaa UoKtlnf 
and VcntUatiuR SUjvi^a (Class 2t.) 



EDUCATION. 

Thibi are aign* tbst Education is at last taking that pitico Ln the ooDaidornttan of tl>e people of 
tbu ojaotrj that it has alwajB occnpiod in the miads of llioaghtriil men in all ages. It wonld 
be difficult to over-cBtiiiiate the iroportaneo of eduention en tho well-being of a people. This i* 
B fact m> evIF-evident aa to &moaat to a trDism, and jot the instmction of yonth, with ■ few 
eieepUnoB. hu b^en cunsidered an offica carryiiig with it neither grenl honont not profit. But 
legirBlulion is now worfciag great chanj^es in ttie fcingdum. A vast edacational BjEtetn, whiih 
will tnoilLf; tho whole aspect of our national life, ia being organiaed, and England bids fair tixui 
tu luke bet place beside the great intoUeotual Gennan nation to which she is so nearlj allied. 

Whilst laws haie been passed ensDiing primiirj education to Iho masaca. priTate enterprise 
bos not fnllen in abi-yanoe. Tho bandsome buiUliog ree«iitl> elected bjr the City Gnilda for the 
pDipo»ea of Technical EJaoatinn is a fair olample of thia, and from its Inflncnoe we maj hope 
tlmt u more bi^hly-akilled class of workmen will arise. Tbe want of an intelligent appreciation 
of technical details of handicraft ia felt in man; native industries thai are being hantly prease-t 
bj the oompetitiaD of our neighbours, who have a belter edocated and more f^-ngal working 
pupolation. 

Of the higher branoluN of Ednoation we shall barelj speak, as the; will, it would seem, not 
be largelj represented at the Exhibition ; allbougb nuah might be raid of the cbanges wrunght 
at our Univeraities by recent lug;islation. Our public schools are inalitutions eapeciallj onr own, 
and are the one gi^at fi/atiire uf National tdiioutioi], of which we may be jostlj prond. They 
have tbe traditions of ecnlDrles nmund them ; sud much that bus been done by Englishmen to 
moke Iheir country what it is can be traoeil to tbe influence at our Pubtio Schools. 

The private schools, in which the great majority of the middle class people of this oonntry 
have been brought np, can hardly be classed very highly as Educational EslabllsbmenlK U Is 
true tliat tbe half-ignorant pedagogue of the days of out fftthers, with bia smattering of dog 
Latin and bcary ferale, is as muoh a creature of the past as his oontemporaiy the litilge school- 
■uuter; but the school tutor of the present day is in too many eases but the modem prototype 
of bis more robust predecessor. TIic higher Education of women is of entirely modem growth. 
The inQuence of Oiiton and Newobam is already being felt, and women have proved themselves 
OBpable of Oiling a high position in at least one profeasiDa requiring qnaliiiesof intellect hilherto 
eunridered exclusively masculine. The High Bchools for girls, wbicb have now become a 
prominent feature in the scheme of female education, ore also carrying on good work, and by liie 
success they have acbieved pro?o what can be done by a properly truined slafl of initmctors who 
bave redoced tho art of tmcbirig to a sfienoe. 

The iolluence wbieb competitive eiamination boa had on Education bos been one of bat 
doubtful benefit. Tlie utmost that can be said uf the system is that it is a better way of selecting 
those who an required to All Oaremmunt ap[>i>intments than Lbe old methods of purchase and 
patronagB. 

Returning to the subject that more nearly interests n» at present we find that until lbe year 
1S33 there was no organised system in this country, but in that year a grunt wad obtained through 
tbe Oovenuoenl for the purpose of erecting schools. 

In 1S39 the Board of Education was established, with power to spend at first £30,000. and 
thia small beginning may be said to have been tbe germ of our present vast sysli-m of State 
Aaeisted Education. In 1S50 there were 2613 sobouls under Inspection, twenty years added 
8000 to that number, bnt it was after 1872, when education was made compulsnry, that the 
Board Suhools which were built added so greatly to tlio educational estsblishnioiits of the 
kingdom. Nor was thli done hofore the necessity was fell, for so greatly had education been 
tiogleelod, that in 187G 19-2 per cent, ware unable to sign the rcgialet of their marriage, 
ScoLlaiid waa better iu this rwpect, as ten years previously there were only 10 per cent, of men, 
and 20 per cent, of women, who oould not write : Irehind at this time comparing nnfavonrably 
with both England and Scotland. 

In ISS2, ten years after the posting of tho Compulsory Education Act, 18.289 schools in 
England and Wales were inspected, mmiDhing accnmmuilation tu above 4| million scbolara. 
Thu namco of more than i million children were registered un tlie books, and above 3} millious 



were praaoot at lbs ufHrikl inipectioa or tlieir vuriotu Kbools. Of Lhaae mine Uiui S 
uudorwtnt the euuniuatii'ii io<]iurtMl to entitle their ai^biioli to the Qo*«miaeat gract. 
the Putilic ElciuKutniy SchimU there are Voluntarf fichuoU, TnJaiitg CoUegea, i: 
iDtoDilod to bDOODie twohera cautinne theit Rtodies ; Scienoe BtihuoU, nomberiD^ 
KiDgdom 1354, and thu Soltoolii uf Art. of wliich thure are 116. Many 
VoluDtorj' 8(:biKi1( CDii<lui« more to the weirare of the people thui the Ba»rd Bchoola, lb tm 
b^ng higher to the (onner ; and it is proTotliial that pei^ile valne oiore th«t for mbkh tliK] t«i 
to pa; aduqoatelf . 

Nalloual eduaUinn in Fraiic« may aim be said to date ^m 1^33. Before th«l j^atHm 
were many admirable itutitutiooa for the instruetion of the higber claoaea, but. aa in oat «■ 
iwuntry, the lnwer orden bud been oegleoted. In the present day the icbooU are aadarlb 
direct ooutrol of the Qoremmeut and are elaesed u primary, aecondalT, »nd snperior atfk 
Private aohooU are enoouiBgHl, but taeohen in Uiem miut pau the Brnnxe <»»■■» mi n»riria« a«tlM 
in publio eobuoli. Prinwry iaBtmction i* now gratuitoni in Paris and ia moat of Uw Taif 
l>roriQoiid towua ; in addition to which, in Parii, elementary and advanced leototea on liWilm 
art, and eeience, are deliTeT«l by mon of high reputKlion. Theae leoturea Br« bt*, aad Ol 
Urgcly attcndud by the norhjog clssseH. both men and women. There are alao a DiunbMiifft* 
Art Bchoola, frequeutul chiefly by working men. For children too yoaag to attund tbe prinflj 
wbools, thero an the Shelter 8«hooL> (BuUea d'jUile), in which childnsa an tnuoed aoeocdlagl* 
tha Kindergarten mathod. 

In GciuiHiir the lyBtom of Public adooition ha« long been aoknowi«dged lofa«tl>e«i«l 
oouiplete yet developod. Its chief reatnrea are : — 

1. The daty of the State to eatablisb a aufBeknt nnmber of Elemenlarj SohooU. 

2. Conipulsory attendimoo of uiery child between the agca of 7 and 14. 
8. The upvciaJ prejioratioD of teu^ra. 

4. A aystem of icbdol inspection. 

The acboola aro divided into live eluaea, Primary, Durghcr, Bi«lMibnIeti, Gymnaaiom. nd 
Univenity ; botidea UiKve there are the noHnal tcbiwla for teaobera, anil n gnaat tnunbat ^ 
tecbninil ubuoU. 

Tbu oxme of iostniction in the Dnrgher Schools Luis for eight yeara, and eompriaea ctdiiail 
clomontury aludius, niligioiu inetruction, dnwing, music, and gynuMaticv. 

The Ihidsohule is intfodod more espooially lo provide a broad edncation for thooe intaadri 
for iVMumerciitl puranit^ The course at the Oymnasium ia a preparation lot the L'DiveBlAta 
KTval prutniiioDoe being given to the cla«dcal etudies. The general plan of work is fixed bytta 
Suie. 

Before entering the Univenity every atadtQl must be oiamined, Thoee that fail loobkii 
a MtrliflciitQ may yet go to the Univenity and ura enabled to attend iecturee, taut tbeycMMt 
matriculate or eveutually hold public borieBoe. TeiLchera have to undetso a special examfaiBlM 
Sohoul booka ore ohown by the mwlvre, bnt, before lue, mnat be approved by tho 8eho>^l DiaA 
and ahould they bo newly Fnhliihtd works the Board refers them to the Minister of EduOttiA 

In Aoierioa, the boginuing of publio ednestion woa the oatBhliahmeDt of graounai viak 
about tbotniddleof the levontoemh century: the ayetem of free public schuo la «aa first tiutilab' 
in Nuw Englaiid not long after. At the pTMent duy in m^ny of the 8tat«« (MlaMkliMl >■ 
compulsory, and In others it la atrongly enoonraged. Each State maintatna an indi-pendal 
system of gratujtoua public instruction. The sohoula ore supported chiefly by tuxntion, andsn 
oontrollcd entirely by the people, through the masters, who ore pnbticly eluotud. Than It 
a Ihiard of EdnuitioD, or a Superinttrndfot of Public InatrucCion, whoae offioe ta in the durf 
town of the State ; and who, by the aid of Iiiipoctota, exerdsea a general aupi-rtiaioti ovHtH 
matters belonging to the aehoola. 

The Schuola are divided inlo Primary, Grammar, and High Sclioola. In the Primuy. 
eleuitiutiiry aubjuols, including vocal music, are taught: to whioh ore oddvd 
Bchoola, music, French, Qerman. drawing, uutural philneophy, and chemistry. 

Many etudcuta do not follow their oducntiou through the High ScbooU, where 
intimate knowledge of mixlem langn^igci, mntbematics, ice,, is purxueil, An o: 
iieiixMiij MtiK puasing from ono achou\ tw wmttici. K\uw«V exwi ftVM» bos a nnrmnl arlinil 
I'ur the iamltiivtion ot t«Bcben. A vaDO. iniv^^aaV Ie»^»vre \u Vae (.isiwn tft v\«.'s>Si«ii.'^<hi 



CUmet XXXir., XXXV. (Eatt CerOral QaUtrif A). 



291 



« whiob la wid to give it groat atlvaDtai^tta over any Biunpeui sfateln, u 
^ beld tot Uie dUctuainn of all topics relating to eiliirAtlim. 
liiljat been made oftba Kind< rgaiton method of teacliiog, a most admirable 
fSlibsDn Pcututuizi, a Bwias.BQil brought to its pieseot state of peiroction b; 
FrSebel ^It Qieperae[)tivo faculties of childroa aie called itilo ase in a mamier that seemi 
moro like pla; th&o work. This afeteni is intuudud chiHQy fur ohildren under seven yran 
of ago. Balls, oalos. aud other objects are used : with tlieao i^iuae are pUjtd, all haviDg an 
educalionul basis, and by which the children actually le«ni by impvioeptible degrees the 
rndimentary eletuents of nit and ifionoe. 

The eduoulioD uf the blind ut a subject in wbiob the pnblio haa long been inlore«lod, and, 
oomparatively speaklag, presents few difficulties. The education of deaf mutes i« of mora 
modern growth, and haa been atlunded by a success which may be prononnced traly DUrvelloni. 
Until recent years it was considered nseless lo attumpt to teach thoae to spcnk who were bom 
deaf; bat this apparently impoasiolo feat is now snec'ssfiilly aocomplislied. Not only Ihii, but 
di'af children can be tnngbt (o nndeistaiid what is said to tbom by following tho moruuiunt of 
the lips wid the tiunal eipreasion. To gwjh groat perfi-ction tins this special bratioh of education 
been carrieil, that in some cases deaf persons can earry on a convDrBatiou with tlioee Uiey know, 
•o that a ttcungur would not perceive their Lnfijmitf. 

C. DutlBLU 

May lit, ISSi. 



GROUP IV.— THE SCHOOL. 

Class XXXIV. 

(Enul Cmlrul O.ilUry A.) 

Domigna and Hodels of Improved Build- 
ings for Elementary Suhools, Infant 
Schools and Cr^chee. 
ijyo. BROCK, E. P. LOPTUS. F.8.A., 
Architect, 19 MontHgue Place, RubboU 
Square, W.C— (1) I'lan of Iht. Sbafi™lj.iry 
ll,.mo fnr Uoys. Ilialcy, Surn.y, fnr tliL. Nii- 
lional Iti.fui:ea Society fi.i Homi'leai and Dtvli- 
luto Childroo, abowing the arrani-vmouts of the 
building in regard to iu hciillby use. (3> 
Plans of the German On>hantigi\ DalaUm, for 
Itanxi Soi.ioder, showing the nrruiidn-monts of 
the buihliDE in rvgard (o its biikltliyuBO. 

la/i. CHAMBERS. P. CAUDEN, 
ItOWntotU— Ptnus and DteiKns of Impruied 
Bu'lilin Ri fur Klimeotary Sth.-.l*. 

1373. HEIfMAS' & HARRISON, 64 
Jaunon Street, B.C.— Dmwinpi, being plans 
iirid vii'wii of Viirinus public oiunuTilHry and 
piililio miilait-.-luBi) wlicmU ericU-d from our 
doaigUB diirioK tin. hist ton yenrs. 

1573. NORTH, C. N. McINTYBB, 
16Boro*,Higb Street, 8.E. (1) Dcsi.n tor 

moons true liiiii of SL Sasiour's Gramnmr S«!ii»l, 
&.utbwstk. (3) DLoitpi flit Hoys', tlirls', and 
Iuf»nU' Sc-hoiils to bii ejtT.-ti.d on a n-striclul 
situ iu a Town. 

larj. THE MAYOR AND ALDER- 
MEN OF LEYDEN. HOIiAND.— (1) 
Thnie dmi^ns of buildiiifc of Elumuutarv Srhriol 
for 372 iiuptls. (2) Sii d(«igns of Cnildintt 
fbr lite Iligli Bui^hal School for Young Udio^ 
for toO pupils. (3) Dmigns of Srliool Fur- 
niinM (4) Bii dcaigns of building for a 
■~Ti for 150 pupils. 



1277. CHIAVE, D„ Munictpio di 
Torino, Italy.— Album wilh dtBl^■n8 of eevo- 
ml of the principal srhool bnildin^pi wliieh are 
now lieing fluisbcd in Turin. 

8IEBKEICH CHARI.Ba, 4 HoSftTt* 
gasae, Vienna, Arluata.—Du«it!nd and Pho- 

tocrnpbB of Rolionl iiuildiugs. Ti'.'bnicB of 
Public Health Mid of Safely uf Lifo. (S™ 
Library.) 

HUMPHREYS, J. C. Albert Gate, 
Knightsbridge, Hyde Park, &W. iik* 
Etiiihil in OrouwU.) -, j 

Class XXXV. H 

iKatt CfMml GaOfry A.y *0^ 

Apparatus and Fittitigs for Warmlofl 

Ventilating, and Lighting BcUooU, 

School Latrines, Closets, &o. 

1379. RECK, A. B., 3 Thurcsensgode, 
Copenhagen. (Agents, PUOaAARD A 
QALSCHIOTT, 34EaBt<:heap, London, 

EC.)— (1) Ili-uliiig unJ Vuutilulin^- Stows and 
lint Air Kumuci>a for sch'Miils, iuHnnaHiw, 
churrhraioflictsand private dnrcll in K-bunM'«,&(x 

SS) Drawings of SDiiooU, inH miurice, piiiale 
IweUitiffi, Ac., heated and ventilatud by Exhi- 
bitor. (8) Dmwitigi of different ■ystoni of the 

hnttiog of bnililinss by eslmust ileaiu with thu 

lighting of tlie buddingB by i.leetri.:al light 

1380. LONDON WARMING & VIOT- 
TILATINO CO. (THE), 38 Honrlvtta 
Street, Covent Oarden, W.C.- '" 
Stt>vHj,afldWc)i»laj(KB\.i»vT'«vA>a' 



W.C O tUBW 



392 



Oatta XXXVl—XXXrill. (Ruf CtnlraJ OaUay 



laSi. WEEKS, J., & CO.. Warming 
n.nd VentUatlngEogineera, King's Road, 
Chel»ea.-<1) W«i»"ii rnUt.ii UprigJii TuLii 

Inr B-iilen, Tuioiu, inclailifiK Uieir patent 
I)u{<l«K. witb bolliiw Tunuwe bin tot ntiliiing 
tliH heat of furnace buiI Inklufenitiff it U> the 
wiiliv bofore entvrliis Uie lioiler. (S) Weeks'* 
I'uhular Wiilerbu Otwn Fin Orate, BpeeJallj 
(Mmlnictol for sppljinK h> oniinarj legiitor 
■tow fruntaL V-n Kitnuiri|{ nurse rim and aeliuol- 
nwuii. first. ■ 



T WBnUIDg 

luting iu one opotatiun. For nHnning the air 
{>r the nxim, for ailmittin^ a rousUuit purreot of 
rn.«li warm air fur diuafocliii); anil oliarRing 
the arr wiLli a licaltlirul deKive of huniidilj. 
(4j Wt*lm « HuTiionlttl Ilot Water Coil. 

izSz. SERKOaa ft SON.— Model of 
Citj SclunU, Warming arid VentUatiag Ar- 
nngoinoDU aud Improrul Kir« QratM of Extra 
Strength. K\Un Strong ond Cheap Firebrick 
fltoTta vitU Tilo Fronts for Smoke Abatement 
and easy romoTal of wearing porta. 

ADAMS, HOBEHT, 7 Great Dovar 
Street, and 17 Blackman Street, Boro*. 
8.E. (.sVf Cio'i ao.) 

BACON, J. li. «c CO., 34 Dpper 
Olouoeatar Plnoe, Dorset Square. N.W. 
{Sa Marhintnj in M..lim.. itV./.n, Halbrij.) 



DEAHDB. W. & a, Harlow, Eaeex. 

(Jvf c/hw ai.) 

DOMESTIC ENQINEERINO & 
SANITARY APPLIANCES CO., 34 
High Halborn, W.C. (JfM Clau ZS.) 

PABNWOHTH. J. K., 24 St. Jamea* 
Square, Bath. (Srr CUm ii.) 

GENERAL GAS HEATINO AND 
LIGHTING APPARATUS CO.. Li- 
mited (THE), 54-70 St. Paul's Street, 
New North Road, K. (Ar Chi'* 24.) 

HAND, HENRY AaGUSTUS, 118 
Camden House, KenBingtoii. ijire- 
Macki.uLry in M^lion, WrtU rn Call ry.) 

HOWORTH. JAMES, Ventilating 
Engineer, Victoria Works, Pamworth. 
near Bolton. {Sa Machiiunj in Molioa, 

WctleTn GaUerj/f 

JENNINGS, OEOROE, Palaoa 
"Wharf, Stangate, S.E. (** CJtuw 31.) 

KBITH, J., Engineer, S7 Halborn 
Viaduct, KC. ; Edinburgh and Ar- 
broath. (See Ciau 21.J 



LAMB, J. M.. Sf CO.. 119 FlTifUq 
Road, South BtLinpstaad, N.W. i.-4 ' 

R0B8ER & BtrSSELL, 33 CbMittt 
Croes. aw. (S« Clrut •2i.) 

STTRRAT. B. B., 43 Alexander P!» 
Rewcastle-on-Tyiie. (Sr^ M.uii^ a 

WALLER, THOMAS, 43 Pl^ SOM 
HIU. E.C. (Aw CVa«21.) I 

WTLCOCK ft CO., BoxinaiilciK 
Laeda. {Set Clau 23.) 

Class XXXVI. 

(Enil Ctiilral Giif/rry A.) 
Bpeolal School Pittinga for Storing lol 

Drying Clothing. 

1285. MAC CARTHY. Rev. E P.». 
MA., King Edward's School, Tirt 
WayB, Birmingham.— Modu I of a idml 
C'lottk Kiijni (iiduptrd, with impmVMDeat 
from tlio bt»t vxamplea to be fiiond a 
Amuriaui PuUic and Noruml SchnuU), olinan; 
UiyiuR Apparatua, Unuoage for UculjnJIai. b. 
now iu uao in King Edwnnl'a (Inunmar ^itd, 
Five Woj-s, UirmtngliBBL 

CLEMBNTS, JEAEB8 ft CO, O 
Great Russell Street. 'W.C (SttCh-H) 

Class XXXVI t. 

(Eiul Cmtral OaUtry A.') 

Bohool Kitohens and arraoAements fbr 



GENERAL OAS HEATINO Aim 
LIGHTING APPABATDS CO., Ur 
mited (THE), 64—70 St. Paul's SttaA 
New North Road, N. (Ste CIomi 2(.) 

LOCH BROS ft CO.. 86 Qim« 
Victoria Street, RC. (See SSaehiMrf ^ ' 
.lf.)(lo«, Wcncrn a-ilUry.) 

NEWTON, CHAMBERS, ft CO- 
Limited, 18 Great George 8tr«et, W«■^ 
minster, aW. (S^o CUm 2i.> 

Class XSXVIII. 

(Ew( Cr«tral GaUrry A.^ 
Precaution in Schools for , 

the spread of Inftaotious 

School Sanitoria, Inflrmarloo, ftc. 
1287. PAGET, CHARLES a. Sen* 
dal, Westmorland.— Model, if. Maiie J 
wood, and nrraugiH) to nbow the apeoial datoEk 
of coDstrra]tion which arc deeimblo in all bntU- 
, Xnti^B QimVcA lot tti« Rcu^um. aiul iaolation ot 



Ckut XXXIX. {Eatt Cmtral OaiUrji A). 



laSS. WHITE, WIIiZiIAlf, F.S.A.. 
80a Wimpole Street, W. — Wiurbesb r 
Ci>»<«B Siimtoriuni. llluBlraliona of ■■ 1bi>1b- 
tiun m.K^k," an.l gtoeral piaii. 

BRADFORD, T., & CO., 140-143 
High Holborn. W.C. {See Machineri/ in 
!U..ti.;,. KV,(rr„ GnlU-ry.) 



POBTBB. J. H., 1 Tudor Street, 

Iioadoa, E.G.— ;.<ef outndr Wctlcr,, Galiag.) 
TURNER, OEORai! & CO.. IBl 
Oboumert Boad, London, B,B. (.s™ Ciuu 
31 1 ± n.) 

Class XXXIX. 

(Em/ 0,.t»-uJ GnBrr-j A.) 
Special Apparatus ftir Phy sical Train- 
ing; in ScfaooU, Oymnaaia, Apparatus 
for Exeroiae. Drill, ita. 
laoo. AYLUfO, EDWARD, Auok- 
laad Street. VauxhalL— Uu*iDg. npplia- 
obi..- V> Clijslcal Training at Univtrsitim, 
StLou)*, &>■., iUiu(rBlP<l by Oiir«, SoulU, Pad- 
dlM. kill) oUier olijeolB of iaieroat conniicted 
will) Rowing; fuah u tbo 0»re u*ed " '' 



in hia match aguiut EliiB C. Layoiick : alio 
used by Jeffeiwm Lowndes, Eaq, in the 
Diamond Setdla at Renluy, and the Amatenr 
ChaiDpionttiip on tbe ThtinuA 8<:<a«on 1883. 
8cnlla maniifapturodelprcMly for tbe DarU 8wi- 
Ti-l Rowlock. ARaclngScuQufaceuluiyngo,ie. 

laoi. LILLYWHITE. JAMES. 
PROWD. & CO., 4 & 8 Newington 
CaUBOway, aE.-<l) trioket Itata. Bull*. 
Btuiiips Leg'giiard^ tilovcs, and oUitr Ajppli- 
anoM for the Gamo. (8) Luwn Tenoii Bala. 
BallB, NetB, Pol™, Ap. (3| Indian Club.. 
DDiob-bella; QuoiU, Foils, Hodu, Footbulla, 
lloxing Oluvm, Ad. 

1392. 8CHWENCKB. C. Bt Aabyn 
House, Mont];)elier Croscent, Brighton. 

— A|ipuratiu fr^r ILe Twhoi™ ol' llio fingtrt. 

1393. <^08T, B., Baker Street, Fort- 
man Square, W.— <1) H. Cosfe Patent 
t <ilidtbc(iii> Cbtut Expandire. (To be used ' 

L-riireful eich'tscs for thu bralllirul and ni 
ijicthi'al (kvctopiuunt of tho human fori 



oipociallj Tor the bMlth- 
ful dcTcla|ifucnt of the muanilar afElotn and 
coiTWtioii of irrc^laritiea of the flgore, apiaal 
cumituro, Ac.) 

1394. HOBN, T. 'a, Elgin Road, 

Croydon. — I'atrnl Impmvcd Kt'g"'''tin) 

bUiKiUiriuui. a nitviiauiool ... 

lUiig Uw Uiiguri. 



Street, W. — Ueullli-i'todacing 
<.^iiie« : — Cricka, FuotlHill, Lawn Tsunii), 
ludhiii Clubx, H'TizniiUl lUrn, Hchonl Gym- 
nasia, Itoxca of Qiuuea Buitable for Uliildren. 

1396. ROTH, DR. 48 Wimpole 
Street, Cavendisti Square, W.— (1) A 

Larga Table of LI union tiirjr PosiUonB and Ui- 
orciups ocootdiiig lo Linf^'a System for the 
lievolopmcnt of tbo variona parts of the body. 
(S) ModeU and Patteriis of hygienic dri'M, 
ahncs and boots, aiaya, Bt^tdiiegt, <&u. (S) 
Model showing three diffeient School YentUa- 
lora (4) Dnwingofa RiueUti Bath, incladieg 
Ibe applirati'iu of aleum. ooM and warm valer 
in various form*. (B) Diagranjs of bud [losi- 
tiona during the time of Kducution causing 
lalcnil cnrvaluro nad othtr complainls. (6) 
Diagrams of Uid positions while writing. (7) 
ModbU oC hygienic school benches and clinim, 
penntlting tbe student to lean comfurUblv 
during his occopations in school. (The full- 
' \n made according to Dr. Itnth's in- 
» are exhibited by the North of Kng- 
Innd School FnrniBliing Co. in tlie Albeit Hall) 
(7) Means for the Pbyaical lUucatiou of the 

J207. HOUH. JOHN". P.E.C.a, (Edin.), 
48 Conduit Street, W^.— (1) Mod.l of Gjm- 
■ Ling's System of 
Hwedisb GyuinaBtics.- (8) Uiagmms illualrating 
(3) Lilomlure in reference lo 
the same. 

306. BACON, OBOROE W., 
P.B.a.8., 127 Strand, W.C. - (1) 
Biicun's Patent Portiibio Gymnasium, for home 
and school use. (2) Bacon's Patent Trapeze 
[oriiontal Bar. (S) Bacon's Paleul 
Expander. (4} Baeon's Patent Child's 
Swing, pertaining to abore gymnaniuni, 

1399. PIOOOTT BROTHERS, S8 
Bisbopsgate Street Witliin, EC. 
(Agent, T. Vincent Riordan, 1, Whil«. 
ley Road. Upper Norwood, 8.E.)— (1] 
Tlie C'o[uhiDBli"n Gvrima.simn, cmsistiog ol 
2 spaned planks, rlitubing ladder, plain plank, 
climbing vye and pole, Inpnxe bar, and Udy'i 
swing: is adajited tor eitber indnor or onldiwi 
use. (S) Portable Uorixonlal Bar, for houM 
or garden, with Iron cote. (8) Nnraerf Ojm' 
naaium, cDmprising hr>rii[nital bar, trapeze bar 
bond ring* and swing fur children, and hori' 
mnlBl bar for adnlla. (4) Parallel Bara, port 
iible. for niilitary gymnasinm or achoola. (6] 
Jumping t^lnnd. (6) Case of Fencing anc 
Eloling Itwj uiailee, 

1300. HAHVIE, J., Stoptbrd House 
Rooel Boad, Claptuuu, 8.W.— Improrei 
Double Bar Bwing. 

1301. 8PBNCEB, QEOBOE, 5S Ooa 
weU Road, London.— Combination Gym 
nuiio Apparatus; PtirtaUe ^ti-el Core Bur,~ 
ditto, U(lr>.. Iron Cvro; Parallel Mm, two siirt 
Luwu Uyiuuosium, Cheat Mnctiuu., U^>AS 



riio A|.iKr»lii«. wi<l pywy ■l«wri|>tioD of Seho.il , 
or Primlu Ujniinnnik md Feaciug HequUiU^. ' 

ivi. OAROKT el Nisms. 76 Rue 
do BanneB. FtiriB. — t'jHvial A[){>ftratuji for 
liymniuiiiin nit.l MiIitAtjr KiorciMia. 

1303. OOY. H.. 91 » 32 LcadenhaU 
8tre«t, B,C,— Gymiin.liP Api«rala«, Sp<i- 
riion»of I.aU'al [ni|imTi.>nn.'nt* 111 Apiaralnsfor 
U* lloora or Iho Oi^'ii Air, both purlahlB wid 
died. 

1304. STEMPEI.. ADOLF A., Mae- 
tor of OymnnatlcB. Fencing, Calia- 
thenlca St Drilling, Importer o f Gy m- 
nostlo Apparatus. (Horr STEHFEIi'S 
QymnaBiiim St Bchi>ol of Anno, Oym- 
noetio Apparatus Dopdt, 76 Albonf 
atreet, Rageat'B P&rk, N.W.>-PDrtuble 
Oymuiuiiitii AppuruluH, ou Uiti Ouriuua Diove- 

1305. ZAMDEH MEDICO - OYM- 
HASTIC CO.. Iilmlted, 7 Soho Squaro, 

W.— (I) Cliwit ■ I'Ui-uniiug MauLiriiv (2) ! 
MacLiiie lor ex<.>rcuiu(r tUo lug>: tiululile Cm I 
elilorl; persolu. (3) Hochiau fur eiorcuinif I 
the muBi'luB of the wikle. (4) Maohiue fur j 
BtreiiKlliiMiiuK the bock Kod oorrooliiig itoopiDg 1 
Id chiKlrcn. (&) MiK'kiiio for oxurcuiag Uio ! 
iuiu.-k'« of tliu luuk niii] cbrat. I 

1306. nORDKirFEI.T, T.. B3 FarUo- 
ment Street, S.W.^Si-liool <:iyujii£i8iuui, on 
the ri Willi lull (Lini;'e) Hyntimi; luanufuL'turuil I 
bf Mr. Klidtraiiil in t-loukliulm. 

1307. KMOFE, OBCAH. le Finsbury I 
Pork Villaa, Oreen IitmeB, Iiondon, N. — ' 



_ _ of BaiBisik 
and inildor (rnioea, mch ■■ I 
Cn. kot, t'l-nllmlj, Cinqiirt, Ao. 

1308. CHAKBEBB, TT. ^ 

F.R.LB.A., IjOirewtoft.~rUMM4a 

fnr SKimni»,c Sobo.iU, sbowiagia " 

r.ir Imcliing the nrt of sirUiuoiae 

[309. SLAZEOirOEB A SOHSbll 
non Straet,ElC.— Cm.-ketUaKL' 
UsckeU. 

Ctksa XL. 

Iilteratixre, Btatiscios. '. 

relating t« Qroap A. 

BTZENBERQEH, R,, Xidtaatftf 
Hotel, 8L Paacraa. <5» OulttdtJ) ' 

BOTH, DH. M,, 48 Wlmpota BL _ 
Cavendish Square, "W. iSm Oamia) 

SCHMIDT. KABX. AUOVm. I 
Eon Stan tinow'sohe ]CUitair-Se)nt]a,ft I 
Petersburg. — Booka aad IHagtMua iBM ' 
tug correct poeiii'-raa in walking rtMdiq 
■ilting. (_Srt Litftiry.) 

WHITB. WTLOJIAM, F.&A,. I 
Wimpole Street, W.—^£sUu-tial Si — 
«bi<wiii|£ tho luBiiotioc of tlit> nialUn . 
of tbu Itody OQ Iknutj and Art. (6ia fl 



^m THE WORKSHOP. 

^^Tbi tacUiryt or diiitiiictiTo worksbop, U tbo result oF an ailTuiiDcil atntc of elTilltalinn. bl 
primitive timoBHUcli imi untriL'i m oxl«t ure idobHj carricil on in the dwell ing-pltmo of the op m lf 
III tbe pKavtit (Iny Uio liiiu of deumrmtioii bulwHiii the Dwiillinganil tlic Wnrknlinp m nim^^ 
buooming moni dufiuL-d, ovtog principaltf lo tho oxteutt^ uaeof Diacbiuury. anil (o U«ni«« 
aub-iiiviBioD of Inboar which n-'oden euch opcrotiTc a ipeoialiat miublc onlip of porTonnlng Ml 
of tho moiit iiuiltul nui^. For this reason a large number of hanihi inusl be bron^bt tcf:A( 
iu order to prudnco a fliiUhod mauufocttired ottiole if it be of at all a oomplex ualarh tM 
oalion gaioi bj Iho spread of this Bygtom, and the more niiivt-'raal it bGciitiie« tho i^n^M)' 
bo tho improremnnt [d tho health uf Iho «orkpr«ple. It mo lead to uotliiug but hamate 
Iho luluuring chuaea work, cat, nod alvcp io tbo aamo roonu. Miich yet rcmoiiia to bv ihwk 
this direction, for tlio pcroicioua " garret mnster," and hlit kind, ii a rucv bj no nMakoi (sM 
capucially in somo of the provincial nianufocturiDg towiu. 

Far the preccut, however, wo have nlooe to deal with tho workshop itaelf, ami nW i«" 
oat of oar oonaiduiation the more imhualthy plan of oombining wurkHlmp and dwdline^v*' 
Siuoe the year 1833 Tarioua acta of Parllonieat haro been paiacd in order to proride Isi IV 
Dwre sBuitury condition of factories. Many of tlic evils arising from the «iipl«yiiient nf jsof 
children, from ovurcrowdtog, inefficionl vunlilation, too long corking hiium, and mtttaaxIB* 
doKriptiuii, have bcou (o a great extent romodiod by tbo working uf tlicou boutiflci^ lava 
rlonbl mndi yet remains to be done, and perhaps one of the gicatost 'liQioultit* imw 



1 Un ^ I 

m 



^The Workshop. 205 

tu K*^t Wi>rk)iooplo to proUul Ibeuiiiclves by luing Uie eimplQ hjgLGiito caiilrivuncoB plucad 
wit bin Uioir Korh. 

The operatives emplnyml in tame htiinehee of the Sheffield ouUorj induBtriefl work under 
rxMptiuuallj QDHb'iloeniuo oanditioQB. Of those oorupioil in iliy grindiiig the fnik poliiilieri 
only eujuj — at we aliould rather t»j soffer — an avcrugo duration of life of twenty-Dine yeais. 
Tht! fine dtiat proitnoed in the prooow of the muiuikature tliey fallow gets Into the longs, to thnt 
ftlltT dsHth llicy often hnve the appefkninee of India-rubb^. Tlie disenae ia known l>y the 
r(|in-s«ive title of ** t^lndera' rat." Fork making appears to be the most deadly branch of Ibe 
trade, but lliere are other divisions thst are bat little better. 

Blalisticiana tell us that the miners come next in the list of mortality. AerotdiDg to a report 
compiled a short time ago, there wero 300,000 human beings working undnrgmnnd, and 
■nnployt'l in the moat atdunns and distressing Inhnur. The largest class ia that of the conl 
uiiiera or pitnu'n. The pmdiirtien of every 7ii,000 tons of coal costs on an averago one lifo 
from tioleDt accident, but this is as a drop in the ocean companxl to the suffering and misery dne 
to dinnses nrislng from onnholosomo atmosplioru and uoal dust, whioh, aideil in ton many obsos 
by senanns of dissolnto living, tend to shorUm the miner's life. It has been estimated that 
pitmen, between the ogee of twenty and sixty years, spend 05 weeks in illness, a duration of 
sivknew ffl per cent, abovo that nsual with lalmurera in other occupations. Few mtuera, 
however, reach the age of sixty years. Professor Zounor says that in Iho mitios of Freiburg tlie 
average period at which the men are iucapacilalvd from (\urther work is between the agM of 
thirty and forty yean. 

The manufacture of whito lead is an industry which lays on our working pnpulatioD a 
haavy bnrtfaon of disease and suffering. During n apace of eighteen months, twenty-thtee oases 
of lead poisoning were admltlod to the inlirmury of Bhoreditch wfirkliouno. Of tiiis number, 
throe died, and many won exprcled to remain paupers for life. Poplar Union admitted during 
twelve months, twenty-nine ixilicnts suOeiing from the same cause. Hnlbom Union afforded an 
aaylam to lifty-fuar penons in one year. These nimibers only rejiresent the cases seeking 
parish relief. A medical altctidant at two whito lead works stales that dnriug a period of nine 
mouths bo trealeil thirty-fonr femiilea and thirty mules who were suffering directly from lead 
poisoning. Many ef llie brighter colours used so plenlifullj for purposes of uitorior house 
tlociirniiiiD a few jrcnrs ago were of even a more deadly character (ban whito lead, anil in fact, 
with perhaps the cx«>plion of the beaalirul preponitioua obtain&l fttim cochineal, as a hmad 
rule it nuiy be said that llie brighter the colour the more hurtful is it likely lobe to those employed 
in its ronnuGuture. Thus vermilion is a prepamtion of meroury and sulphur; pruasian blue is 
eompoeed of sulphate of iron, prusriate of potash, and hydrochloric ncld irhicli give off in Iho 
{■ntcess of maoufaclnre fumes of a most hurtful nature. ChMme yellow r^qnirw fur ile 
jinxlnetion that litlinrge and liichtomate of potash should be treated with a powerful neid. But 
tlie most deadly ptepantlon of this nature is the beantiful omerold green of which wo beard so 
much a few years since. This is composed oF sulphate of cappi-r, which is dissolved in water 
and on to which is run a bailing liquor of arsenic and common soda, acetic aoid being shortly 
s^terwanls added to cause the neeestury re-action. The whole mass has to bo liberally stirred 
thraughuut the aperaliou, and the fumea given off ore of tlio me«t poiaonoiu nature. In the 
prodnotioD of any of thoM compounds, however dangGTous the process may be, if proper 
precautions be not tikon, the exercise of doe core will ensure crviparative immunity from harm. 
Unfortuoatoly all colours Uint are used for making into oil paints must bo reduced to a dry 
powder, and it Is dust, that most insidious ftie to human health, that the workman finds bo 
cannot guard sKaiait. The packers, siTleis, and dry grindeia in chomic&l works ate thoae who 
suffer most. Tluwe operations require but a low class of intelligence, and tliuse engaged 
in Ihom, in toine of the small, ill-regulHted fttctcrjoB— n>en, women, and boys — an ill-paid, 
ill-fed, and scantily clothed. One of the hod poisoned patients at the Bhureditcli Work- 
hnnse, a woman of eixlf, worked daily fioin seven in the morning nnlil seven at night for 
wages of I2t. a week. Blio bad been told thai if she continued at the work it would kill her, 
l>ut what was she to do? This nn fort unato bad been eight months in llio iiilinnarj— possibly 
the liapplml month* of her life. 

In many tradea the wages ore even less than in the while lead works, althougfa tbe 
■ oecupatioria ore liorilly less Luitfiil, ond nntumlly no one will engage in them unteM 1^^ 




I 



to obUin niora lioMlUiful ikiiil twllcr pai ^ Uboui. Theae worktn fnnn tfae loool ikoM i 
□III' indiubl>l pnpulatioQ: benJiDg togotbei' in tlwelling-[itace« wlitcli are wStik* M aimtj at 
iulqiiily. llie; form ■ oai^leua from vhich Bpringb bo aiDoh of Uie dJ«e«aQ anil miiM Uul; 
our i^Kttt ritica, and rcadon onr mulcrial progieM, wealU;, and oalhm a tepiDKh In ita i^t 
of alt (hiiiking mrn. 

But tlHHW we baT« lio«^ coiuidering ar« eiceptiotuti caae*. uid taUae tb« adte 
population, both uibiui aod rumi, •• a vbule, tbey are, u (ar as onti bo jndfed, hKllTiwrlw 
till) k-ienre clawe*. Labour ia atill tbe maiQ-apriiig of h«altb, aod boweTor mnA ll vfk 
abiUL-d hj thoDglilloaDeaa ni anuicc^ it ia tbe chief aoarre to whioh «e tnnat toA be blf% 
wbolnomo oar uational lifo. Dr. Otij baa woght to obtaia the dut&lioo <^ life aMOivtb 
Dppor noks of i-iduty, and bai incceeded ia eatabliabiriB tbe fact Uiat with adalU, lh(M|t* 
the poBittoa, and the more nnliinitod tho noaiM potiunod of Batiafjiiig the dMbw, Ikts 
pmlHtbiiity Ibere U of long; life. 

In the preiieiit Kibibitioa uattf objetita will be aboim that will illnatnte tbe^Ad 
a]jplicatioii of wnitarj •cience to our iihjraical wrll-being. Tbe gtrmUn ntuubor of llMvfSb 
pn^llicreit from flelJi that hare not been b«is refHtreil to ; for the rastnt 
nnrmw timila of tbe prosent ipBce bave uoceasaril; reudored thiae piolkiarj w*h di 
fragiuentury nature. 



May l$t, 188*. 



Q. a. 



GROUP v.— THE WORKSHOP. 

(■|,A«S XI, I. 




— Mo-Iel of Cirealor Saw Oettch *ilL8Ma 
G'larrl for prvvcntion of iwcidmila to ■ ' 
pmvi,U.l wilb Ow means for latwal tnl 

(fc.i.f I ,nlr'U rr«i;-rji A.) I ami rvrlical ndjiulrupDt. editable b» t 

DesisnB and Uodela for Improvements i (■urryin^ mwa up to iS in. diamelcT 
in the Arrantcements and Conatruo- I ,,,, 8CKAFFEK & BADEHBKA 
Uon of Workshope, especially thoao i gouthgat«. Maneho«er — CWliSTi 
In wbioh dangerous or unwholBeBome . g^n, p^^^k llvdraulioand V.riiiaiai«* 
C'luutora, Sof.ty Volvra, Stoam EegOftOtm 
. , "ora. Bt**ro Engiae IndicMora, Sum Jm, 
H&nts. — Dvaign for TL-xtilc atfet* I'tag* for Boiltra, Theniuiau!ten.te^ 

Faelory, by B. H. Thwait.-, C.K., armnged no ' ■■— — °-'--- » ' - _. 

as to m perfectly hfnltby and Are tuiBting, 
ri accotdunoe with the BuggnitinnB cmbodiul 



Id Ibo desire 
aliopB, and Wn 
Bre reoiBling amiuKimuuuL 

ADAMS. BOBKRT, 17 Blackmail 
Btroet, Borough, 8.E. (S.-taau 42.) 

BAHNETT & FOSTER, Niagara 
Works. 26 Eagle Wharf Road, N. (iV? 



U.u: 



n Mul, 



''ry.) 



DEARDS. W^. ti 8., Harlow, Bssex. 
(See «a«2l,) 

HOHNE. JOHN, 5a Aldennanbury 

Poatem, London. (Ser Eihibit in ijnHaih.) 

HUKPHHETS, J. C, Albert Gate, 

tKnlgbtabridge, Hyde Park. 8.W. {See 
Clam XMI. 
I (Eiut Cmdrnt G'tll'nj A.) 

Aj)paratue and Fittings for preventing 
For minimising the danger to health 
f or UtB, from carrying on certain 
I trades. Quarda, Screens, Fans, Air- 
JetB, Preservative Solutions, Washea, 
&c. 



1318. LINDLET, C, & CO., M l» 
glefield Road, N.— Pnlint Belt Sbippn. 

1310. CLAYTON- & aHinT» 
WOBTH. Lincoln Model of Safety tM 

(Juard. 

1330. ADAMS, ROBERT, 7 (bW 
Dover Street. Si 17 Blacknuui 8t«* 
Boro', aE.— (I) It. A.iiui,8' Patat T4j 1 
Cord Holder, by tho UB« of nbiob any u*Mk ' 
workshops or warebooaes ptui traon mk 
from t;ruund floor U> up|«r floors withixit oa*- 
anco, tbuB n*oiding to a grmt extMit 11 Bin" 
nliicb ooour tbruugh caruU^niflM in ^irf 
liuld of the lope before tJie penon al >W H 1 
ropoivea tho goodi. (S) Apiia.r«os RirtMiq 
^y«ry dcacriptnn. of \on(il«lor. inelmdS^I 
liirhtH, lantern Iighta,clrcu1ar Hinan. •..j.itk 
oilier form of Bnsh. (2) P«t.-i,t >> , 
can bp revpriKHi instantly foi . 
removing Baalirs from the frnii,. . 
egrcisaiimueof lire.aDdrrir(Li ;. 
&c AJsn the new ineiUiod < 



I windows reveraible.to nvoid tha [■"'^■■limlilai^ 
ijrS JaAKEXAN, JAMES B., H.1L\ ol ei\c'mAo\«QTOife-,\io»Sas™,UDiriSKl U* 
Inspector of Factories, Home Offic*. \ vi\w4iA»tfi6i\Mf, w«\. 






C7a»M XLIII., XLir., XLV. (EaH Central GaOery A). 



207 



.1 of luiikiiig While I^<l, in wliirh remote 
I l»boar is i]iiil« iinneceninry iitict msnuikl labour 
„ to K gr<«t extent replaced by improved ~ 
obirierj. Bad by ahich a true amorphou* • 
lead ii pmdainl, in Iwo wnjlt% of RTout purily 
* orcolour.iLDdboiljaanniiDt. In tlila pron-u nil 
■ wot grilllllln,-.wHBlliTlg,lltyin°■,lln.i^tovinKi^Ji«■ 
I peiiacd with, and ull hanJIiiig of th« wbitu load. 
- 1333. WAKWICK, JAM£S.&eHUton 
ii fitreot, Uancbeatar.— Uodi'l of Jamoit War- 
widl*» " Pulent ' OsoUlulinK Moli™. Tlii 
Botioll entirely diii|>eaBea with wheel-gcwing 
1 other dangerous o'fiiplicalionii. &□' 
nowl<>dKed by all eipCTls to ba a 
't auxhaaievS movemDnt. Tliii may be umnI for 
5 a Turiely of purpiweB, 

i«3. JAV, B- C-. 89 Cornwall Road, 
. Bayewater, W.— Working K„\,-\ of Valvt- 
■ <M Air-Bl'iwtr for smiHi's flren. Tculilalion. Ac. 
itt^. CLAJtK. WtLLIAU, Engineer, 
18 Ijee Street, Plumatead, Kent; & at 
B. li. Department Royal Arsenal, 
"Woolwich.— M.p.lil of A[p«™tus fur ■fraw- 
' I dust nnd foul air froiu ^iiiiling ninchiniv 



Ktmnepbt 

1325. TAYLOR, H. "W., 17 Angel HUl, 
Suit Bt. Edmunds.— I El proYod fibitid or 
ycnce fnr I'ircuUr BuwBi cl<»it;ni'd to roeol tlio 



»oquirf'n 



of lbs V,u: 



ALAND, HENRY, & SON. 48 Com- 
mercial Road, Lambeth. (.*■? MMhiniry 
■in MoliiH. Wr4UT<. U.ytUry.) 

BRUNTON & TRIER, 19 Great 
Oeorge Street, 8.W. \Sn Maekinery in 
Mnli"". WrrUta Gallfty.) 

LAJCB, J. H., & CO., lie Finchley 
Boad, Boutb Hampatead, H. {Sue Clou 
SS.) 

HAIONEN, P. A.. 33 & S3 Oraat 
Tower Btreet, E.C. (.S-r (.7<im 21.) 

NEWTON, CHAMBERS, & CO., Li- 
mited, le Great Omrge Street, West- 
mlnatar, B.W. (.Six Clan 24.) 

Class XLHI. 

(Emt Cmbal OoDtry A.) 

Objects for Personal TJae. Uouthpleces, 
fipectaoles. Dresses, Hooda, Ac, Ibr 
uae in certain unhealthy and poi- 
sonous tradaa. 
■337. HARRISON, THOUA8 H., 40 

Batton Garden, E.C.— Iinprovod Eye Cro- 

tecton. Beading Shaden, dc. 

1328. JOSEPH. DAVIS & CO., Pitz- 

roy Works, Kennlngton Park Boad. 

B^— (1) Gau»a Wire Eye Guards (Mftg. 

netia«d)^ (3) Nudle Grindor-i and varioiu 

other Eje Guards OQi) PrukoCon, for slone- ' 



■nnwina nnd otbi^rw. (3) Spwtnrlin witb simdrs. 
nllarhcd foblera. At (4) Kojiil !'o!j-lpchnin. 
Standard, and otbrr Mirruiial DaronietorR. in 
vsriou* Enrly English, ClosBio. nnd Modern 
framatL (6) Aneroid Baromcten in ouk and 
metal frames. (8) Aneroid Barometen, watcb 
>ize,withaItitudesealetolO.OOOfeet. (7) Tber- 
ummctera — cliDicul, inantated, domeslic, and 
dairy. (8) Thermometen — for ovens and bigh 
btmperatures. (8) Oniphoscopc* — tingle and 
ooDipomd lena Hicrosoopca (10} Rain 
Oaugea. (11) Anomomcten registering frum 
1 10 in.OOO.OUO feeL (IS) Aneru{an«l<;ra with 
time glass ptluobisl. (IS) Moisture mi IHr. 

BARNETT & rOSTEH, Niagara 
Works, ae Eagle WTiarf Road, N. tStc 
MurJ,i.«>rs in M;lio» H\>lrm GMrry.) 

1339. SQUIRE St SON. 413 Oxford 

Street, W.— Moutbpleoe for uDlmaltby and 
puisonoos trades. 

Class XLTV. 

{Ba.1 CrMtnt r.aOrry A.) 

niustrationB of Diseases &nd Deformi- 
ties caused by unwholesome Tradea 
and Profbsaions. Methods of com- 
bating these diseases. Preservativa 



1330. BTEEIIE, J. C. MD., Guy's 
Hospital, 8.E.— Eleven Uodel* in Wai. ilhis- 

Initive of skin disiiksis brought OB by nnheoltby 
occupations. Armof agrooto, a^etcd by glan- 
d- n. Hands showing efliwt of working wilb 
oralic acid. Effects ranged hy working with 
arseiiicnl preparatioee. EfTcsTts cansol by pig> 
moutu nsfd in dyeir.g. Effi-cls prtHiiipod by soot ; 
sweirp's csDcer. EHVpt of malnutritioo ; seurrj. 

ROTH, DR. M, 48 Wimpole _ 
CaTendiah Square, W, {Set CIom » 



■.^ 



Ci.Asa XLV. 

(i:a»( Central Onlirry A.) 
Sanitary Construction and Inspeotian 
of WorkahopB, Factories, and Mlnss. 
(it) New Inventions or Improvements 
for ameliorating the condition of lUb 
of those engaged in unhealthy occu- 
patlona ('>) Means of economlaing 
Human Labour In various Industrial 
oparatiana. 

133a. FRIMROBE & CO., Church 
Street. Sheffield.— Ssmpira of Primroie A 
" B Palont "Eplipso" Glazing, for mills, 
kobi'i-s. H''IirxilB, and oilier builjinp*. 



London.— ltt'tli»'d Paiout Stot for Bauksi 
Hotels, Ships, ItcstnuraniB, Tulegraph Offloca, 
LunohwinUara.Sobools,Orttoe8.Tliealrt«,Bbopa 
(Wtli sides •'( I'ounter,.. and everywhere where 
mnm is an object. The only seat exliiat t.t*X. 
occupies ao llUVe TWii&.'Mk& \iiw£dNk \3vj^i£vu% 



t33S- IiABQli. JOHN, Ljaelbasa 
House, Chippenham, Wilts.— <1) HmJol 

r<ir the pn.'TCiitinii of urcLilciilB in go^Dg dovD 
nni) nnuinii nut from tiiinix, lifts, Ac : klsn tin 
Tub>^« fnr a-inch tlimtU In prcvunt exploiionB. 
(2) Model of KafotJ UulVkf riatfunD. 

1336. HARB. CHABLBS, C&lvsrt 
Btr»ot, Norwich.— An linproniii Applinnpt' 

fur Shoi'makc™. boing n Inrt 011 ■ itoud wliich 
will allow ot > boot bi'ing held in any dt'Sirod 

1337. TTAT.T., J. 8FARK£B ^e SON, 

306 & 310 Regent Street.— Upnght Shoe- 
nwk..TSB Ik-nch. 

133a. FORD, HARRY H., 48 Park 
Qreen, Uu^cleafleld. — SoliJ Cylindpr Suttily 

1339. KNOWLEB, ANDREW, St 
BONB, Limited, Pendlobury CoUiery, 

near Manchester. — Owon'a Piitcut SiiMy 

1341. COMPRESSED LtME CAR- 
TRlbaB CO., Limited (THE) (FRANK 
M- STILL, Secrotary), 8 Queen Street, 
CheapHide. — (1) Limo CartridiiB- und Twls 
f'.r I'liftin^ i>ur|>oni:'H. (2) Drille, PiimpB, 
Tubes, *.-..ui-vd in i-onneclioa wilb llie iifdtch. 

1343. FITTON, EDWARD B., Her 
KtOesty'e Inspector of Faotories, Blal- 
vem.-Movablo Seats to, Bhop. or Workronin. 

1344. BICKPOHD, SMITH, & CO., 

TuclongmUI, ComwalL— {!» Pak-nt Sufciy 
Fukcs. (9) i'atcnt Iiniit^r* nud IribCaDt.>ncoa« 
FuwB fnr Milling Puri"ODu». 

1345. DAVIS, JOHN, & SON, lie 
Newgate Street, LondoD. B.C. ; AU Salnte 
WoFka, Derby ; and Arcade Chambers, 
Newport, Monmouth, South Wales. — 
ll) Kmen Safety Lamps. (S) Minora' Dial*. 
(8) AnomotnetoTB, for nBrcrtaining the currpnt 
of ail in MincM, Sevtori, Fiinincc», Vintiliilitig 
Appnrutus, *e. (4) Tlitwwiolitas and Loii-U, 
fltteil <Fitb tliu KolTinaiin Patunt Tripod Hod 
for iDslantaiieoDsly tetcing up and lorplltng 
tbe inirrnmeDts. (5) Telcpbniiiwi. (6) ColliFry 
E ectrio Sijcnali and Bella (7) DynaniD Kiee- 
trio Biplnlor for Ulaating. (8) Pit Itarometera 
■nd ThFrmom?t«ra. (8) S>ir-Itwording Baro- 
metoT or Barograph. (10) Self-Reoordine 
Tiiermometer or Tlieimngrapb, Ac. 



tion of Dry or ChaiigiDg Hon 
changi^ tljpir clotli.'a. 

1347. WHITE, W. T., West Wheel, 
Peevor, Redruth.— Dmiti lib nf Dry lluuae 

1348. MARTEN, EDWARD B„ Mid- 
land Steam Boiler Inspection and 
Afisuronoe Company, Stourbridge.— 

MixielH flurf Pbi>tiigraphB o( Eip\ii>\mV lj«\lv;w! 



1349 ACCrDBNTS T3S IDNl 
MISSION. Victoria Street, \ 
ster, 8.W. — Cllociion ot tSafott 
Mimirc rnrT-i«s, 

ADAMS. ROBERT, 17 B 
Street. Borough. S.E. {St^ Clatt 

BARNBTT & FOSTER. 
Works, aa Eagle VTHarr Road 
M.,M»rry i,, HoticH, ir«(,rn G«««, 

BATEMAN, W. H.. SO 
Street. KC. ; & Nelaon Whart 

E. (.-^ Chm -i^t 

MACHINERY AKT* WAW] 
CO.. Limited, 147 Qhmd 
Street, E.C, [Set XaAittrn, b U 
niiU W.;l.-r« GalWff.) 

SENNETT, A, R., ea SMUm 
B.C. (»T r/.i-3'l.) 

SIMMONS & TDTJ^IDQE, 
GroTS. York Road. King's C 

(Sm Mitf^iarry in Moliom, !!"»■ '■" 






Class XLVL ] 

(Ku( Cnlrat QaDtrg i_ 
Literature. Statistics, DlaKm 

relating to Group 6. 

BANCHOPT. R. M. & p. 
Park Road, Church Tflnd, Fln< 
— lllu.tr«tLj Kook on tlw O.nsli 
Fai'tnrj and other large Chimndy glu 

THWATTB. B. H.. Ci, Bt 
Hants. — Our Fa.>li>rii'«, Workaih 
hniiBos : their Gaiiiiary watd I 
raiignnoDt*. {See Library.') 



rki^m^ 



QROUP V. — METEO 

IN ITS RELATION « 

STUDY OF PUBLIC HE 

Ci.Asa XL\^. A A B. 

(Earl Corridor AnHrie.) 

Meteorological Instroments, 1 
are used in climatologjcal la 
tione; barometers, aneroids, 
meters, earth therm ometers, 
mel«r stands, hygrometen^ 
meters, airmeters, rain 
automatic meteorological «p' 
eunahine recorders, era] 
gauges, OBone papers, 08on< 

Diagrams, Models, and Ae 
llluBtrative of (a) the climata 
tione prevailing In various 
the world; (b) the relations '■ 
health and disease; (r) t-ainlU 
lation, evaporation, and So 
ground, and (d) other autrie 
braced by the Exhibition. 
I3M- WATSON, W., ft ao] 

Qi?£ -aoVo-iTO, w.a _ Wauri' 



CloM XLVI. AandB {Ecut Corridor Annexe). 



209 



e read at a diitaace airsy. 
aj thii iDitrumont tbe exact temperatare in 
DSBrved at B glance, anil this otcd if the nV 



■crvDt'iries, tmrelleK, &c, Barumeten, Tb^r- 
ninmelcra, Wind and Rain Gauges, Vanes, Ac, 
Ac. 

1355. DRINQ & PAGE, 146 Strand, 
London, W.C.— (1) Mcteorologinal InBlru- 
nents. ' ThcrmonielerB, Baiometors, B«n>- 
tcnphs. Tliennognipha, Dring and Fage's 
ttegislcred Cliart Barometers, Kev Floating 
Bath ThnnnnmoterH, Bath Thi'mmmatcTB, 
6tnlBDK-boi 'nienaomoterg for eteam-pipes. ±e. 
Bout Tube TJiennnmutera for pipes, tanka, 
boilera, iu. (2) H;ilKmotorB imu Saccltaro- 



1356. BTANLET, W. F., 13 Eail- 
WR7 Approach, Iiondon Bridn, B.E. — 

^1) Elt-ftrio Biilli, invfllid'a call lell. (3) 
Blic<rowopCiS. (3) MicroBcope OWectB of 
DlacuD Genoa. (4) Bamineten. (0) Anemo- 
mntera for Ri^giBlering Air Cnrrcnta in Mines 
»Qd Hanae*. (6) Thurmometcrs and Hygio- 
raetew Ui Hoepilala, *c. (7J Clinical Thei- 



1357. DENTON, a G., P-H-Met. 
80c., afia Hatton Garden, EIC.—" Den- 
ton's Unalteruble ThonnometetB." Over llfty 
improved Health Tbennomotera and Standard 
Thonnomelen for Meteorolo^cal purpoaea, 
(wnBtmcUxl iti u upet^ial manner, by which the 
■(■ro is Duulp cinslunt, tU. the murcury will 
not. thronf;h H|^>, alUir or r«ul too high. To 
prove thai the thormonictors were newlv mudt' 
the enamel ■teroaworcBent to the Kew Observu- 
totr, and hall-ninrkecl preTJoni to baring their 
bulba blown. They were then oonrtracted 
into TbermomctotB. gmdnated. retutnod to the 
ObidTatoTy, and teited throughout. See 
Certiflcate. Subsequently they wen) placed 
nnder seal by the Supenntendent and remained 
so for over tweWe montha. and were again 
tested, the lera being practioally DonstAot. 
The Kcv> corroctionB for scale ermra arc etched 
at their respective places on the tubes. EleTsn 
of the IIoiHh Thennanioters are magnifying 
or Loiii-fVonkid. 

115S. HABTBHORME. LIEUT.'COL. 
— U^f^ronietec. aibtpleil to show variationB ot 
•tmosphorio pTcasure. It ii conBtrncted on 
■el«iitiBo prinoiples of lerer action beuing 
m flno borsebair linos, which are exposed to 
•tBKspherio tnflnenoes through gnards of 
spttal wire. The small thermometer placed 
by the side of the bygtometrical scale deuotes 
the variations of the Icmpetatunt, whereby 
be readily compared the different ooenrrei 
of ollmale, for wbea the tbormometor riica, the 

I' l>ypotneter needle in the dark Bralo will fall. 

k VUL. 2VIII. 



13W. KEW COMMITTEE OF 
T gE ROTAL SOCrETy (THI!) 
("WHIPPLE. OBOROU M.. Supertnten- 
dentoftho KewObaarratory.Richmond, 
Surrey, Secretary). ^(1) Speciuiens of 
FonuB of CeitillouteB of Kxamination of Clini- 
cal TbermouieterB as Issued by the Kun Obser- 
vatory. (2) Cironlars containing particulars 
and regulations as to tbe granting of Certifi- 
cates by tbe K^w CommlltfO. (3) Diagram 
showing the number of Clinical Thermometers 
verified each year at the Kew Ohsorvatory 
ainco 1870. (4) Diagram showing the Mean 
E^rrora of such Thermometera comparod in 1872 
and in 1884. 

1360. THE METEOROLOGICAL 
COUNCIL, 116 "Viotoria Street, B.W. 
— (1) Diagrams abowing (A) the acoumulntod 
Temperature in Day Degrees, above and below 
the aaaumed base line (42° F), (B) the Houra 
of Bright Sunshine. (C) the Amount of Rain> 
fall foi each week of the current year, and hIbo 
of the year ISSl (for purposoB of comparison) 
ri>r five diutriota at tbo United Kingdom. Tbe 
ilistricts represented are : Scotland, East ; Ens- 
land, SoaUi : tbe Midland Counties, Ireland, 
Suuth ; tbe Channel li-landa (Scilly and Jeney). 
(2) A Hap showing tbo varions dish-icla into 
which the United Kingdom is divided fur 
Agricultural and SaoitnTj Pnrpnses iiL the 
wevkly weather report. Tlie Diagrams will be 
altered weekly so as to ahow the progress of tlie 
present seasoD, (3) Twelve Maps Bbowing tbe 
Sea Surface Temporuture on the Coasts of the 
British Islands in each month of the year. 

1361. HOTAL MBTEOHOLOGIOAL 
SOCIETY, 30 Great George Street. S.W. 
(WILLIAM MARRIOTT, Aealatant 

Secretary). — (1) Typical Cliiu»toliiKical 8ta- 
ti'in of the Koyal Meteorological Sociaty. (In 
Ganli^m.) (2) Instruments as used t«r Ueteoro- 
logical Purposes. (3) A Series of Large Dia- 
grams illnstrative of tbe oljnmlio conditiao« 
prevailing in various parts of the world. 



and Zambia's Patent Hai. and Min. Thermo- 
meters for solar and Icrrestrial radiation, shade 
and oartb lemperaliires. Hygrometers and 
BaiDgaugas. Electrical and other Anomo- 
moU^ for hidicating velocity and foroe of 
wind. Air and Current Ktulen. Atmido- 
moter, for mcasaring evaporation. OwnotDOler. 
Sunshine Becorder. (8) Negrotti and Zambn's 
Patent fionrly Beoarding Thcometrio Appk- 
ratns. PJoctrlcnl Max. and Uin. Alarm. 
Tbermomctcrs. (3) KcgretU and ZanbiK's 
Patent Marine Tbermomctcra for taking obser- 
vations in deep and shallow bms at any givni 
depth. (4) A Series ot Tliomomolcrs tot 
viirinns purposes, ancb as batb and other Toaum. 
browing, dairy, hot-bed uiA Wi^-« 







r, L«n* Iinpn>TCd Bdf-BMOtdUH. OD 
iwtor, BoUnm'a Bfai^ ndDoBtt* 



Dial*. (8) __ 

Ibr Indwmw , 

melv, ElMtric*], and Wtal 



CuBlk'a. a*) 

HinLmmn, votkal uid horinUl, Btandud, 
Solu BkdlatioD, ke. (14) ThMiDO— hw, 
Electrical Slui, Oeold«n-0w«dk PUanl, ftr 



(17) I^eamneter, 
(18) Hjerometort, DIds's. both form*. (19) 
BpiiwmeUir, CmcIU'i ImproTod. (90) wum 
et»B« for tlM Hictowwpe, Bchafei'*, (U) 
Fi^'i E/magnph or Blood AppAMtiu. 

1304- TIBLEY, B. C, & CO. 178 
Brompton Road. — (1) Bammotcn, Ther- 
'ora, and otliur Heteorological Inotni- 
(8) NoiT OwDO Qcncrator. 



g^ « 

bad uSdM rf ercr »« lb U» 

isdU uu,mmd urn, cfateat^nl 

«ad«mMr«tth FmaiiiiBi^ai 

dili% nd lAaw at • Tto« Ike nWn «r 
-* '-'—' ■- Mflilh If iiiihjrr^ 

•n t«VMttt«b^ tkdMdflQERMfl 




Baog« FindeiB, C 

THE AHTHHOPOlfETI 
lORATORY. Arranged by Rw 



1368. 1 
I.ABOB 



. Tha labomtnay ii riMli 



Clntaet XLVII., XIVHI. (^Boyal Albert Uall). 



DIVISION ll.-EDUCATION. 

(See Sprcinl OiLihyiiu pnhli.lu'l.) 



I 



GROUP VI. — EDUCATIONAL 

WORKS AND APPLIANCES. 

Class XLVII, 

(Rosal AV'ert IIM-) 

CrAches and Infant Schools. — (n) Appa- 
ratus and Fittings for Cr6«hea and 
Infant Schools; (/') Otunee, Toys, and 
Klndergfirten Amusemonts ; (r) Mo- 
dels and Appliances for teaching; 
(rl> Esamploa of School Work. 

1370. NEWMANS, O., & CO.. 40 
Cheapslde, Iionilon, E.C. ; 7 Trafalgar 
Bulldinge, Charing Cross, W.C. ; & at 
Borlin.— (1) KimloiR-rten AUtoruita nf pvcry 
df««riplioTi. (3) liistrnrliva and amiiBing 
Okdics. (3) Dr. Itiflitori rateutcl dioua- 
bujldinir Brickii, in tiitev colunrs. (4) Tbteben's 
rKtciital WhiU CompmiUoa Stouu SlalcM. 

1371. DBUKKER, MOBRia, 61 
Stamford Road, Kingsland, N.-(l 1 
Gnrncs nf vftrioua hin.la. (3) Toys (cIucatioDnl 
nnd othcrTwist'). (3) Kin(li.>r|;iuU:Q luniuomoiita. 
(4) Builiiing Bhrka. Sc, 4c. 

1372. FARMER, M., Albert Works, 

34 & 38 Britten Street, Chelsea. 8.W 

KinilcrgftrWn Eiliu-nliniiiJ I'riiiliQi; Ajipiiratns. 

1373. MI LL ER. S. A., Orange House, 
CoUege Faric, Lewisham, S^—U) R«ui. 
iDfC ftnd Writirifc. n Mriea of cards. (8) Script 
Copfm; italMUlil Papvr tomatch. (8) Letleni 
■nd WortU, torteil; iu boxoa, with key. (4) 
&«lMt Bhnno*, fur RciuliDg and RwiUtion. 
(fi) FifBt Huiug, OD Cnrds. (6) Bcxl String*. 
Tuied. (7) InFsntti' MiiBioitl Stuff and Notit- 
tion. with Son^ <S) Cliildren's Wurk. 

1374. VEREIN PtfH VOLKER- 
ZdaHDNQ UND VOLKSKINDER- 
OARTBN. Potsdamerstraase, Berlin. 
(DB. EDMUND miEDEMAlTN.)— 
Ocalpcliou.'t Applmiin?*, fto,, illu.tniliTO of llio 
PoatAloizian Synleiunr Kindei^nirtuli Tvocbing. 

1375. CREMER, W. H.. 210 Regent 
Btrwrt. W.— (1) QkDieB nnd Recnstioiu nf 
•11 amiuiiii; HUd infi llcctual tlursolcr. (2) 
ODfl'kii S|»rtii Hiiii rutimt's runilurivo U> 

I IxMllh. (3) t^luMti'iiial T<7> and Kindvr- 
eurt^n AniillBriMa Id all ita bnuiplica. (4) 
IliiildiiiK Bricks of wood and atone, HoniM. 
.<.". (6) Alphnbeli and S|vlline Gamn, (6) 
Diuectfid Hapt.acriptunl ami wvalut ■atijocta. 
B (T) Buiea of Took. (8) I'riiilins l'n*«s wiUi 
BjlaTaable Ty|im. (9) Cblunr 1)os<b and Eior- 



da. (IS) Hudel B"g Uolls aud Totb of 
Wood. (18) Pructii-al MinliLtura dook- 
ins Stoves. (14) Hoil'^l Dulls' nouses appm- 

Criiitoly fumielied. (16) Slinpa of tutioos 
ioila ni:h HCigUta, Bcali-e, i.e. 
1376. anTHRTE, PROP. P., P.R8.— 
Cnllpcli'in of nlijcrtB lo ilhistnitu the BxEd- 
bilor'« Firal ftxik of Kn.mUdge. 

137S. COOPER, J. RAMSAY. 17 
High Street, Canterbury, — Rheota for 
Tpnphmg Chilrlrcn to Itunl tlie EiigUsh Un- 
pnacp, v,\vm a gnt\e<\ mulhod of Phouio Word- 
build iDg by the ordinary orlliognipby. 

1370. MAQNUB, dr. HUGO. AND 
JEPPRIEa, DB. B. JOY.— Colour irhart 
f..r tlicj Primarj E.iuc3ulion of tho Colour Scnae, 
[,qI.!lb)i«I by L. Prang & Co., B.iaton. U.S. 

EDWARDS, H. & O.. 84 High Street, 
Camden Town, N.W. (&e Clan 18.) 

HAMMER, OEOROB H., 870 
Strand, W.C. '&■<■ C/.iu 4S.) 

MIDLAND EDUCATIONAL CO. 
(THE) (Manager, A. TAYLOR), 81- 
92 New Street, Birmingham. (Sm 

Ctaa 4S. 1 

MYERS, A. N., 15 Bemers Street, 
Oxford Street, W. (Stc CUm 18.) 

NORTH OP ENGLAND SCHOOL 
FURNISHtNa CO., Limited (THE). 
Darlington, Durham. i.Sn C/ih 18.) 

ROTH, DR, 48 Wlmpole Street, 
CaTendish Square, W, (jSm CloMt 3».J 

Class XLVIII. 
(B.>y«I All>ttt llaU.) 
Primary Scboola (0) Apparatus and 
Fittings 1 CO Models and Appliances 
for teaching; Text-books, Diagrams 
and Examples; (r) Specimens of Work 
In Elementary Schools. 
1380. MIDLAND EDUCATIONAL 
COMPANY (THE) (Manager, A., 
TAYLOR). ©1 & 92 N.>w Street Bir- 
mingham : and 7 Market Street. Leices- 
ter.— (1) The Rilknce D(«k. (S)ThePara- 
K('U Dwk. (8) The BirmlriKbaiD Dual and 
Single Dtak. (4) Tbe MldTaiid Dual and 
BiDgleDmk. (B) VahfUea «f MiitrMwa* Wdffc 
TablM. (6) Apinualna and Fitting * 






1381. TAYLOR & CO., Driffield; & 
ea St Martln's-le-Grand, KG.— Asaort- 
nonl of imjiMvoil iirbiv)! ruruLtun'. npiniratiu 
«Iid fltlingi, including Ekv^ric (.'all Bvllo. ie. 

138a. ST. JOHN'S ENSTITUTK FOR 
OBAJ' AKD DUUB, Boston Spa. neor 
Tadcaster, Yorkshire. — (1) (inliert f.u 
lurmit M'lio.b. (2; Itevi-nibls ^hwl bvek. 
(3) UUiit School Fiunitunv 



Holborn TUdoot, London. W.O.— (I) 
Bohool Dnks, HiuteK' ftnil MUtre«Mn' Doaka, 
Kuel.. Dliick Dcunln, HJatuB oti Stands. Funni, 
Cnpbo4r>U, Hat I'.-g ami Sla»<l*, ie., Ac (S) 
t^ehool Bu»t8 of oil kincU, llloUw. Ink-nrlla, 
till, m UliutratioiiB of Tnidti for infant 
BOhoola, Tulti moUDleJ for walln, and Ituwliug 
kihicla. 

1384. NOBTH OP ENOLABD 
SCHOOI. PDBinaHINO CO., LlnU- 
ted (THE). Dartington ; and Newcastle- 
on-Tyno.— (1) Di-sks and TsMos for Kiudor- 
H^irl. u liwliiiiK- (3) Kin<ler(5urU>Q Amuse- 
n.eiita. (3; Modi'l Map of England and 
AVatii*. ilcsigiiei] to give cbtldreo an idea of 
tliv dirigiims nf land and water. (4) ImpniTed 
AliHt'UB, tu illuBlnlu oolatiuD. (6) Biuiilrj ap- 
iiliaiioii toi infant Mihuola. (8) Dtoki and 
bcuU for elumcDtarf and Libber grvlt- 8(>lioata, 
dpeii^npd und FoiLBtrurtvd nitli a rpoFial view 
to tliu cutufort aud hetdtli of aludctila. 

1355. HABOOIB, OEOBOB SL, ft 
CO., 870 Strand, W.C. — (1) luhots' 

Brhool-rODoi. Stled wilb gallL'rjr, Kindergarten 
table and cbaira, forms, desks for 1st standard, 
lee«OD stand, abnouti, easel, black Iward, box of 
foniu aud colors, cabioet of objects, Einder- 
RBTt^D toTB. miitresa'a table and cbalr. (S) 
Long Desks of Tarioiis patterns, Osbonie and 
Pliconix patent eonvertibls desks and baokisj 
seats for leelures, Jto., olook, onpboard, easEl. 
black liaard, larce alato in stand, cap and cloak 

K'ga. moslur'a dcak and ehalr, majn. &c. (3) 
it<!at Dual Desks, and all utbur fltliagi und 
uppJiancee. (4) Single Desks, lariou* piitterria 
(speoiallv ndnpted to ^rU' nsc), inistresB'a 
table and work table, raseU btaok board, largo 
slate, cnplxnid. clock, bat and cloak pegs, 
special fitting!! for bunging, && (6) Drawing 
Uoaks. with c»p7 rpsta, stools, oamels, easels, Ae. 
(6) Dmwing Models. (7) Miller's Class Models 
in wood and wire, with titand. 

1356. EDWARDS, H. ft O., 84 Bigh 
Street, Camden Town. N. W.— (I , Kindtt- 
Riurten TiLble and Cbair. (2) MudeU of Infunts' 
Sehool Galleries. (3) Form and Coloar Uoi. 
(4) Clock Face. (5) School DiakB (yarious). 
(6) Bfbool Beats and Fonna. (7) Black Board. 
(B) Easels. (B) Abacia Frames. (10) Draw- 
ing Models. (11) BoiOB of Bricks, *p., 4c. 



Cupboard and Bookoue. (8) glah W 
(4) 8late BuddI on Stand. (S) bwV 
Black Boant (7) Sobool Ladder. ' 

1388. HBYWOOD, JOHN, Skip 
field, U&Dcheatar. — ^^1) Swiw DtA "(■ 
moiable alidinit top, pitch pine, taraiiM. 
(9) Arjiiillite Block Boerda. (S) Borndk 
Back FuTiDB, pilch pine, varaidked. (4) IW 
Back Formi, pitch pine, TamiJied. (B) la 
dergorten Dnk, t'fp lined in ottA-ind sy^B* 
pitoli pine. Famished. 

1389. HAWKS, aEOROB K, DoM 

Place Joinery Works, NorwidL— <1) 1^ 
fants' Deiika aud ^ntit, for KindereaiM W 
oogal1eri<'^ (2) Triinary School Daak,i»W- 
Ing SingK-. Dual, and IiOng Dcaka. (8) HI^ 
2iade school Desln, aingle and dmL (fi 
Pupil Teachur-a Duk and Chaii. (B) MtH-A 
or Histresa'a Deaka and Tables. (6) Eaar- 
nation T^ible. (7) EaaeU (8) Blade DmI 
(B) Book CloaeU. 

1390. BOEM, FHTLIP. 38 TavWo* 
Road, Westbourae Parle, W. — iapt^ni 
Portable Desk, witli movable seal, fv hmt 
tuition, wilt prereDt cnrratore of tlie aptM at 
round shouldera The seat and fooUnMld m 
be Bied to suit any age &om 6 U> 16. 

1391. CURWEN, J., ft eOSE, 8 
Warwick Lane, XLO. — Diagranu, h»- 
phlets, and Boc>ka. us«<l in t<!acbing iniuie tf 
the Tonic Sol-fu method and notatino, ud V 

tbcSbifl-DotalioD. 

1392. QAItCirr et NTSIUS. 78 Bm 
do Rennea, Farie (Asent^ l^ifTTJ 
FOnCARD & CO., 23 dk S4 Hop Bt 
change, Southwark 8tr«et, B£>-(1) 
Fumitare and Aijparalus tor iufiant schmliul 
elementary schoola. (2) Apparatiu and Afft I 

nr — - f-r t— -' j-r -* 'if "" 1 imlunl uuiMW 

(3) ApparaluB fiT haudiorafl teauhinc. I 



mingham.— <1> St-bool Fittinga. (S) I 
constructed to fucilitate the work of edoawa 
and to meet in the fullest aumn^ the Mqalra- 
meuts of the laws of health. (3) Bemli^ 
Partitions for the divioioa of acliool-nMKk 

1394. REDltAYNE, MLiY, & 00, 
Tniunph Works, London. Boad, Bluf- 

field. — (1) ABSi.rtnii'ut of Scliobm" D«t» 
(2) linpmvi'd II nl 111 mail ire Patent CtonirrtiMe 
Dcak. (3) The Acme Folding Deat. (4) IW 
Ferfect Infonfa Dcak. 

[395. UlALLINaS, ChristlAaiA, Sor- 
way. — Educational appliances of '~ 
kinds for primary a< 



s Desk and Chaira. C^) Sc\ioo\ 







Cltut XLVm. (Boyol A&ert ffafl). 



1397. SIMON, H., U CO., Haide- 

Btroaae, Berlin.— (1} Dnublc-wBUid School 
Itpek, witli idothUIu top anJ ai«t f'T bojs and 
Kirla. (8) SitiKlu-iiuiilod Dosk Tor cliitUrcu fur 

139S. UT£!RS, A. N.. Sc CO., 15 Bar- 
Hero Street. Oxford Street. W.-(l) Col- 
liMtlniior KimkrgKrtenorpuiHtinDR.uduoaUouBl 
•pplkncea and BDiilaetnMila. (2) ColIeDticm or 
tnodeli, nppUftiiees. dugmtm uid oxBiiip1«a Tor 
primnr; ediKMttinn. (8j Applianoa for the 
tcschinc of needlevnrk, embriidcry and artJ- 
flcUl Onwer-making. (4) Cutlocti'>D of ippon- 
tua and modeU for the teaohini; of elomoQtary 
■oii-Dra. (5 J Collection of appunttiu. modela. 
oopies, A '., fur olomunlary art inatiui^tioa. (6) 
ObJHH Ptotarca for rli-af chiMrtm, l>y Hill, villi 
biiodbook of obji-ct Ibbboub. (7) Kinclerjarti-n 
oeoDpationa for tbo lliud. 

1399. LATTBTB, THOMAS, 81 Pat«r- 
noBtar Hovr, E.C.— (li Si'hnol .^ppamtui 
and Killiiijjs. (3) Diugnmu uad Eiiuuplea. 
(8) Books HDd Mu.|e1s. 

140a CROSTHWAITE, R. W., Iron- 
founder, PaiU^a Wharf. 34, 36 Si 237 
Upper Thames Street; Ac 153 Queen 
Victoria Street, London, E.C; Si Union 
Foundry, Stockton-on-Tees. — Improvfd 
ScLool Dot 

1401. 8WANZY. H. B., F.B.O.8., 28 
Merrion Square, Dublin, —School. room 

l\%k »iid Clwir (for oni' rhild); cnpable of 
bt'iiii^ luljiisti'd 10 Biiil a I'bild »t dilTcnnit agea. 

1402. BCHMABJB, JULIUS, Berge- 
dorr. Hamburg. — Collcption of Appamtua 
for ti'achUig wriliDg in Gennao elememary 
•chook. 

1403. BACON, a. W.. F.S.O.B.. 137 
Strand. WC— (1) EiccUior S^'ritv of School 
Mapa-EngUnd, SeotLiud, Ireland, Eun<|>e, 
Alia, Afri«; olben In progmia, (3) Naluntl 
Jliiturjr ricturi'8. (3> rintiuu Lobboqs in Oeo- 
Krapbjt. (4) Piifiical tlnpa of England and 
Eufnuo. (6) ripUwiftl Viuvf of the World. 
(6) Pictarc Alphabut (7) Thu Oraniiuar TKe. 
(8) Quarto Atk* of the Briliah lolca— KKJ mapa 
Kith lettorpruM. (9) Quarlo Atlu of LnndoD. 
(10) Quarto Allm of tho World— 1(K) mapa 
with Ittturprees, (11) Health Booka. (IS) 
CoamngmpLiioal CliTok, Durmoitnlwl with K''>bc'< 
•boitiDx doT <rf miinth, icaKiria, Sc (13) Ow- 
mogiaphi'nl Olobe, ubowiiig day aud uiglit,ilay 
of the month, muuoub. Ac. 

1404. MACCARTBrr, K F. H., MA., 
Be v.. King Edward's School, Five 
'Ways, Birmingham.— M<>del uf u Clasa- 
room, Rhowiiig a Continiioiu Black Board, 
Maater'a Ddis, and Fittinga roinplFt4>. 

1405. KELI.ETT. JOSEPH, St. 
Kory'B Boad, Laisterdyka, Bradford, 
TorkB.^1) Royal Kaael (I'atuut): Ihu Inurd 
iM teU-adjmtiug, rovaraible, ioL-liiiBd, auJ a'lmiU ' 



of T-«inaro mline. (8) T-8qiiai» Poiotef 
Scule (boldly msiked) for okaa-teacliing of 
" DmniDg U> Si»lo." 

1406. WAIiKUfGlTON St BBOS> 
COMB, 19 Cui-aitor Street, E.C., and 
31 Albion Street. I,eedB. — (1) I'^ra'an 
Sf ho„l Siuk-. Ck.py Bixika, i.nd I'e.K-il IIoMer. 
(2> Class SyBteiii of T.iiu'hiiiK Wriliug. (8) 
Machine-ruled Writing Shitea. 

1407. SMITH. C, ft SON. 68 Charing 
CroBB, aw. — Ednoational Wail SUpa, 
DiHgranu, and Globes. 

14^. CI.ARKE & 8HRAPNELL, 
87 Walbrook. KC-Til-s for E!iui«ii..u.il 
Purpoaea, consisting of nutpa, diatcr&nia, Au. 

1409. TXIRBT, C, & CO., latUs Den- 
mark Street, Soho, W.C.-(l) 8<<rii>tura 

Cartivms. (3) Edamtionol Pictures for Sohoora. 
(3) School TpiI. and e^hoot Decon.tio.iB. (4J 
Piotoria! Wall DecontUoua, damp n.'aiating aud 
ttB»habl& 

1410. JOHNSTON, J. RUDDIMAN, 
Waverley Worka, Murrayfield, Edin- 
burgh— School Wall Blupe, Illustnitioaa uud 
Ulngnuus. 

«ii. JOHNSTON, A., 6 PatemoBtat 
Buildings, E.C.— (1) Dininuns of Pliyiio- 
grapliy, with ki>vB. (2) Map of Britiah Em- 
pire. rS) Uaenu Plunta, with JoBcriplion, (4) 
Forest Troue— trp« grown tor Uieir *wid. (H) 
Fruit Trt«i— Iroiw grown for Uieir fruit (6) 
t7iH.'iiil (jmina, with Juwription. (7) Natural 
llieliify Platua. (8) Frcehanil Outlinca. (9, 
Oertiii«tt(!8. (10> MenUI Arithmctio Oanb. 
(11) Standard Copy Uooka. 

141a, DEinaOLLE, £m1I.B, 23 Bus 

de la Monnaie, Paria (Axenta l^iMTT.Ta 
POUCARD & CO., 33 & 34 Hop Ex- 
change, South wark Street, 8.E,)— (1) 
— Slodula and Appliancce for tBoi-hing, (2) 
Appantua and SloltlB for cli'mentary sriuiioe 
taoobing in aclioola (MuMc t^Liire}. 

1413. BICHABDBON, JOSEPH, 

Weoleyan School, Oiibrd.— <1) Specjmena 

of Gonmi<trical Deaigna. (S) Haps from me- 

"" ~ J Ink "■-■-■-' • •>' 



1414. RAM AGE, MRa DAVID, SS 
Olouoester Road, Kew.— .\ Genealogical 
Table of tlio M<in,LrcbB of England. 



1417. CORSAH. J. R.. The London 
Band Blaat Decorativa Olasa Works, 
80 Qray'B Inn Road, Ijondon, W.C. — 

Perm^uenl Tableta, Iwing (eiU And. ntASiiia, 
cu\tab\e t<« *cWin\ft,Vi»jj\\a^», lii.c,,^R-,wi-©«siA. 



CloM XLTin. (lioyal Alberl Han). 



1418. ITUSICAI. RSFOBM PRLITT- 
IHG it PnBLISHINO CO., 74 Pann 
Btreet, E.C.— (1) Muaic PrimcrB, biiaed npon 
s now and giajplifici slaff notation for teaching, 
playing, mid Binding al sight. (2) Modulators 
for lonching in claitB both pianoForle and vorai 
muaic. (8) Mogaxine of Musio, oont&ining 
muaic printiHl on tho keyboard stave. 

1419. 8 ONTfiaTSCHKlM", A.— Appara- 
tus Tor Iciicl.ing Molrio Systom. 

1420. DUNKAM, EGBERT CLAHK, 
65 Cardington Street, EuBton Square, 
N.W.— Uiinliiim ou DocimaU. 

I4ZT. ALIiSIAir & SON, 67 New 
Oibrd Street. W.C. — (1) Model, and 
Appliuuces fur tHueliiag nriting. (S) Text 
Bifflka. (3) 9[iceiniona of Work (writing done 
ill eleiQKQlary «chool» using AIIuiBIi'b now cod 
cop; bookB). 



I4Z4. DUPLOTE. EMILE. 23 Quai 
de rHorlogs, Paris. — Shorcband Meiliod, 
Sloon Du]iloye l>jok8 of English ailapUition 
fruiu abovo systi'm. 

1425. PITMAU, ISAAC, Bath. — (1) 
CliurtB of the Shorthand aud the Printing 
Aljibabotii, and Bpecimens of Shorthand and 
Pbonetio Triutiog, or ruformeii apalling. (2) 
First, Sewmd, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Books 
in Phnnatii' Bonding. And (ajBeteml volunieB 
iu Phenolic tipeiling aaOt Shorthand, 

1436. FITllAN', FREDERICK, 20 
& 31 Patemoater Row, E.G.— (1) Short- 
hand GnKbiatad Toit Books, DiagraniB. and 
variouBworka entirely in ebutthaiid, applinnrea, 
fte. (2) Mnsic: Text Booka for tba piano, 
hamiouium nnd olhor inBtruniontB. 

1427. MATTAH, ALBEIRT O., Sorel, 
Province of Quebec, Canada.— Spot i- 
moua of Penmunship. 

1428. BEHBOBE A SONS, 23 Old 
Bailey, B.C. — (1) WrilinK L'harU. (2) 
Pioture Bpolling CukIb. (3) Ariibmutical 
Car-ls. (4) C"pr BookB. (5) lU'tfi.ten. (6) 
Klcincnlflry SciL-nno Mnuiiols. (7) Works on 
Foiid and Clothing, Ciiokory nud Houncbnlil 
Work. (S) MJBct.'llaui.'OUB Litorulure and appli- 

1429. CASBELL & COMPANY, 
Iiimited, I,a Belle Sauvage Yard, Lud- 
gat« Hill, B.C.-Edni:Bttoual Wi>rli>. 

1430. MARTIN, WM.. at CO., 87 

Nile Btreet, Olasgow.— Solid AlUi-ltidiuvo 
Moiit'lB or tuisixl maps of oonliuouta and 



of Latitude and Lons^tnda are scrati.'h«d fl^B 
tlio HubBtaDCe ef thu boari] in order to tcml* 
them pennanrnt. 

1432. LEAKE. JOHN W., 14 Cray- 
ford Rood, Tufnell Park, Hotloway.— 
Qeographicskl Chart of Belgiuto. cootBiateg pic- 
tures in oils of the anlmBl. vegetable and Bue- 
ral prodnotiuDB, epecimetis of the maiitilBctntt^ 
the imporlB and exports, Ac. 

1433. 8TANPOHD, EDWABD, 56 
Channg Cross, Iiondon, 8.W, (I) Btao- 

ford'B Largo Series of Wall Maps. (2) Phy 
eical Series of Witll Maps. (3} Extra hufv 
Sories, t*o maps as aperitoenB. (4) Oeoloitiaiil 
and Steroogrnphioal Maps of tho Britiali Isli* 
(6) Library Map of London, coloured aoeotdiBg 
to School Boards. (6) Bpeoini>ms of this IdIm- 
nudiate. Smiillcr, and Outliue Series of Sdwol 
Maps, Natunil Hiatory Diagntms, Ac., Ae. 

Fb.^ - . 

B>oks and Appliances. (2) Bc-adinc Boob. 
(3) Cop; Boobs. '4) NcedlewoA CUm 
Teaohing. (6) Needlework Wall ShoEta nd 
Demonstration Frames. (8) Neodlework Mk- 
Qtmls. (7) Exorcisea in English Cwda, Ac 
(8j School Alleudanoe Toki-ns. 



Naiional BchooL— M.ip of Englun 
Wales, designed in relief. The object of tbe 
design is to aid troi^hors Is the iiuitractio& of 
tlio younger eliiblrea in elouienliuy aehnnlt; 
Iho principle of the design i» to cepreMol 
natuTO in miniature rather tlian bj pictim <t 



Kondurs in Standard. (4} T«o Sorica 
b,ric»l Headers. (6) The Whlt.holl jioriMct 
SUndar'l Copy Books. (S) Gill'a 8«riw cl 
Srhonl Atl.iww. (7) Needlework Charta (8) 
dill's Reri<'a of Htumhvd Arithiuetiu and 
various other liooko, 

1437. HDOHEB, JOSEPH, 4 Pilgrim 
Street, Ludgate Hill, E.G.- Edue,iiiuul 

I'ubbeutioiiH, 

1438. SOCIETY FOR PHOMOTINO 
THE KNOWIiEDQE OP FOREiaB 
LANOUAOES, 13 Patomoater Bow, 

B.C.— French, ucmiEin. Spiititsh, and It^llia 
!':dncationa1 Books, by lloHefeia's D«w mObud. 



^: 



1431, MATTHEWS. W. 
Bcboola, Cbiswick. — "ChisB 

' • of II bliick board oil whii'l 

ited ia ubilc au oulliue map. The dtgi 






'rrSHHj 



■Z Class XLIX. 

(Ro;^ ABtrt Hall.) 

ifSomeBtlo Economy and other Forma 
u of Technical and Industrial Educa- 
^ tion fbr airts.— (a) Models and Appa- 
2 ratuB for the teaohing of Cookery, 



mokine, ArtlflciaJ Flower-milking. 
II Painting on Bilk, Pottery, Sco.; (fc) 
^ Specimens of Bohool Work. 

2 IMS- WILSON, chabli:b, & aosa. 

* Carlton 'Works, Leeds • Una Kitchener 

* mnnplt'lc. aa lued iD bonnl bi^IiddIb Tor teaoliio^ 
' Qookury, iuoliuiiTi^; Lotsls, Ilirmingham, Slief 
' field, UriidrorJ, Blm^kbam, &.c. 

k 1444. 8CHILD, MARIE, Boutbamp- 
f tonStreet, Strand, W.C.—Di>1ljaaBbab;. 
U a girl, as a young lady, as a Imly. 



Flaoa. Edinburgh. MISS OUTHSIE 
"WBIOHT (Hon. Bee.)— Apparatua iwwl for 
iiistructiiTi in Cuokory ami Dmnoatio Eoonumy, 
iind e\anip1i-« of School Work. 

BRADFORD. T., & CO., 140-143 

High Holbom, W.C. (Sre UTathiHerji in 
Molioi. Wr,Unt il<tlUnj.) 



SCTEHTTFIC DRESS - CUTTTTTQ 
ASSOCIATION (THE), 273 Regent 
Street, W. (.Sra WrtUm QtiUery, Onltide.) 



Class LI. 
lltoval M^t HaU.) 
Science Teaching.— (a) Apparatus and 
Models for Elementary Boienoe In- 
struction in Sohoola; Apparatus fbr 
Chemistry, Physics, Mechanics, ftc. ; 
(b) Diagrams, Copies, Tezt-liookB, &c. : 
(e) Specimens of the School Work In 
these sutijecta. 

1449. ORUE, JOHIT, & CO., 65 Bar- 
bican, E.C. — (1) Cumplele get of Cliemiml 
Apputultu for etudcnU. (3) Chomioil Appara- 
tus in rabinetu. (3) Apparstiu for elpenmcnts 
ill L-loctricity, acoualicu, light and heat. (4) 
OnDcral nppotatUB used in BCiaDco-teachiDg in 



(1) Gunoral Appatalua fur uleiui'Utary scitmco 
inatructiiin. (2) Apparatus for the practical 
ill uatratioD of " Scienco oiade BaBj." 



1453. HARVSY & PEAK, Beak 
Street, Regent Street, W.— Ueat, Light, 
Acuiutio, Eleclrionl Teat and Variooa Appa- 
mtui, ineluding Thermopile, Oalranonietera, 
Pri»nn,8yreii»,Mon(wljord,0^nPipo,Eleiolro- 
Mngnut, Rueistanoo Ooila, Bridge, Rheoatut, 
Keys, Commutntor, Vertipal Projootor, Max- 
wcli'fl Djunniicai niid Colour Tops, 4c, 

1453. MEW MANN St CO., 40 Cheap- 
side, E.C. ; and 7 Trafelgar Buildings, 
Charing Cross, W.C; and at Berlin.— 
Apporatua and luatriUDcnla for teaching scleni% 
phjsiiw, dpiamus, ocoaalios, mechaDica, and 
aids in the fonu of eolleotiona and modeU for 
teachiug ^fatural Phitoaopfay, and other Bcleuoet. 

1454. COTTRELL, JOHN, 21 Albe- 
marle Street, W.— A '■■' '— = 

DicnCally illuatralin^ 
*■ LesBOQS in Electriuity." 

. BEOK. B. & . 

(1) Microscopes. (8> Microecopio Ap- 

Kiiua. (d) Btaioing Fluids for dciuuDatrntiug 
turio. (4) Microtomes. (6) All miuisitet 
for prcpikriug and muuuting pathological, phy- 
siologiool, and otLci kiiiiLi of microaoolila 

1456. FROST, A. J., e Westminster 
Chambers, Victoria Street, &W.— ^1) 

Clark's Patent lupruTcd Transit Instrumenta. 
(3) Clark's Wtudow Transit. (3) Transit 
Tnblve, specially designed for. and adapted for 
nee by, Ibojo who have no knowledge whatever 
of Aitrunoroy. for ubtainLug accarate time. 

t4^. BAFTY, a LEE, es Blackheath 
Road, Oreen^oh. — (1) Photographic Eu- 
largcments of Microaoa|>ic Objoots, iUuatraling 
the physiology of planta and animals, compria- 
ing an assortment of wood ceotioua, tiansrcrae, 
radial, and axial (specially prepanMl (or pur- 
poaea of cumparison), steoi anif leaf seations, 
iDnecls, and portions of inaeola, 4o. (2) Trans- 
poreuciea of the above, euitaWc for use with the 
opiical laotem. 

1458. ATKINSON, LEO, 121 Oreen- 
wlon Road, 8,B.— Photo-Micn)grBplM and 
Transparencies for Laotcrn Projoation, illiu- 
trating (ihyaiology, botany, mology, Slp. 

1459. SWIFT, JAUES, ft BON. Bl 
Tottenham Court Road. — Mictoaoopre anil 
Microscopical ApplianecB for the analysis of 
water, ycsst, lactic fluids in process of bmneL- 
tuttou, Bud di:tccUon of odultt^alujB in tbod. 



CUw LI. (iloj^ol ABwrt Ball). 



^1460. HOBY, J. nTTA-RT.Tia j., se 

Sonth Btreet, Thurloe Square.— (I) Cabi- 
net of tliiee Truys, (mntoiiiing rocks, roasila, &p. 
(_%) Bux, small collection of miutraU. 

1461. RUBSEIUi, THOaiAS D., 78 
Newgate Street. — (I) Collectlonfl to illustrate 
Di. Qeikie'H Science Pri^mier of Ucologjr, aud 
tlie Fint Book of Geal<^ bj Dr. Davis. (2) 
CollectioDs of Tfpicul Roclis and Typical Ruck 
Sue lion B. 

1462. QREaOBY, JAMES R, 88 

Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square, W.— 
(I) CiilleclioiiB of Minerals, Rocks and FossUfl 
to illostrftle Geology. Butley's Study of lUa 
Bocks, Pulffionlology, Mineralogy. (2) Two Col- 
li«ti(]lts to illQBtrale Geikie's Oeologj Fritncr. 
(3) Specimens of microscopio sections of rocks. 

14133. FRVEH, CHARLES KD- 
WAfiD, 58 Merton Road, Wimbledon. 

— ImproT.d Cbait of the World, convertible 

lA&f. TOWNSON Sc MERCER, 89 

BiBhopsgale Street Within. — Ap]Ninitiui 
for Si'ieulillf.- Iiihlru^liou iu ScLoold. 

1465. CnSSONS, QBORQE, Cheet- 
ham Hill, Manchester. — Apparatus fur 
IcftcLing practicul DiBcriptiTC geniuetry. The 
models uru cBp:ible of folJIug up neatlj when 

1466. CGLLINB, WILLIAM, SONS, 
& CO., Limited, OlaBgow.-(l) Science 
Text Hooks: Eleinenlary subjects, 1 to 'J5 ; 
Advanced Subjects, 1 to 22 : Uiagnuus. (2) 
Science and Art Text Books: Uraving Books, 
Freeband, Advanced, Practical Grometry ; 
Drawing to scale; Test Examination Papers 
and Cards. 

1467. MLLLIS, CHARLES THOMAS 
(Teacher of P»actieal Oeometry and 
Metal Plato Work at Finsbury Tech- 
nical College), 4 Northumberland Ter- 
race, Regent's Park Road, N.W.— AKxlels 
illustratiug Projective Geometry: (1) Ortlingra- 

g'<lo Prowcliou. (8) Parallel Projection, (3} 
entral Projectinn. (4) Conies as Projections 
of Circles. (6) Penetration Models and Wire 
Skeleton and Models of Solids. Diagrams. 

1468. OSTEHLOH, PAUI., Fabri- 
kant von Botonischen und Zoologiachen 
Modellex., Ajnaterdam. — Models of Food 



Square, W.-(l) I'l.inis. dried aud inou 
(2) S., ds and Nuls. (3) Portfolios sud 15<Mka 
of illik>tnilioi>8. (i) A|)piinttus foi coIUh:" 
*e. 
1470. BTRAOBB. J., Oltsohiner 
"~ Bsa, 100, Berlin — Aitrosinnical and 






1471. BSCLANaON, J. A., 
ley Place, Malda HJIL — J 
''hart of tliQ Uuivcrse, prepared by M. 

1472. ORMEROB, EIiEANOB 1^^ 
Duneter Lodge, near laleworth. — (I) 

Colonrod Dia^THms of insects iiijurion* to bxm 
crops, with sbort aonount of habits and inetltoils 
of prevention. (&) Mauuiil of injririoiu insect* 
aud methods of prevention. (3) <iuide to 
methuds of insect life and prevention of mvagF. 

1473. MOORE BROTHERS, OstAoIo- 
gists, DisaitioulatorB, Sic., S6 Newmham 
Drive, laverpooL — Class Maninalia : Ordn 

Bimaiia: disarticulated liuman skull, hand and 
foot, sectionised limb-btmes, 4c, Onier Qniid- 
rumamt, disarticulatsd skull, baud, foot, rib* of 
chimpanzee, skeleton of baboon. Order Lo- 
muridiB, skeleton of lemur. Order Budentia, 
skeleton of iiorcapine. Ordet UngulMtu, skelc 
ton of eaiioOe. Order Cheiroptijra, skeletoti of 
Bying fox. Order Ciinivora, skeleton of t^d^er 
and sactionisod skeleton of cat. Claaa Avca: 
Order Raptores. skeletoa of sociable vulton. 
Class Reptilia; Order Crocodilia, skelotan c( 
crocodile. Ordoi Opbidia. tJieluIoa of Pytfann 
Class Cntstaoea and Arachnidu; Order Da»- 
poda, disartioulated eioskeleton of l»bsl«, 
crab, king crab, Ac, Enlarged modeU of nerro 
systems of Avab water mnssel, cockrotu-h. rarth- 
worm, aud medicinal leeob. All the dlaartioD- 
lated and eectional spGcirucus are letlcrod and 
uunibered specially for educational purpoaM, 

1474. QII<L, aEORaS, « BON8, 83 
Warwick Lane. — (1) Gill's AnaComital 
Modds for teaching physiology in ■obooU, 
(S) Jennings' Chart of plans sad bnilding a 



strnclion, (3) Pilley's Elements of S, 
Agriculture. (4) Pillej's Physiology in thras 
stages. (5) PUIey's Hygiene for elementan 
and arlvanced students. (6) Dr. Newsholmoi 
Hygiene. (7) Jonsou's Ai5riculture for I'lcnwa- 
ti>r:r Bluilcnts. (8) Gdl's Albany Eorics al 
Scieuce Readers. 

1475. MITCHELL, W. BTEPHBK. 
Walton Villae, Putney.-{1) Colle<-tirn ot 

Apparatus f'jr tbe cxiwrimcntnl teacbing of Iho 
Bcieultllc priiiciptts on which qui pre«eut know- 
ledge of the chemistry and physiology of lank 
is based. (2) TabUis showing tbe mure unpar- 
laot practical results arrived et. 

1476. REYNOLDS, J AMES, ft SOHS, 
174 Strand, W.C— (1) Educatiotiol 1M»- 
grnrnn illufltrntiTi;; aslrontmiy, physjoal g»o. 
(.■rBjiliy. (2) Hloiuu EugincB, Banimetiv. (S) 
Mwhiiuism of a Clock. 



BATCHELOR, H Si. T., WoBt 

sington, opposite West Kei 
Station. (See MiuJtiHtTu ' " 
I GaUcry.) 



Kenajn^tan 



Claiies LIT., LIV., LF. (Bogal Albert EalT). 



^ GARGET et NIBIU8, 78 Bub da 
Bennua, Paris (Agents, '^twtT''W FOU- 
CARD St CO., 23 & 34 Hop X^cchanere, 
Southwark Street, S.B.) (Sb« Claa 48.} 



ZVORTH OF ENGLAin) SCHOOIi 
FTTRNISHINa CO., Limited (THE), 
Darlington. (Set CIom 4S.) 



Class LII. 
(BojwJ AU^t Ball.) 
Art Teaching. — (n) Apparatus, Hodele, 
and Pittiaga Tor Elemental? Art In- 
struction in Schools ; (t) Diagrams, 
Copies, Text-books, tic. ; (r) Speci- 
mens of Art Work, Modelling, Sic, in 
Schools. 

1480. WOOD, aiLBERT, 176 Strand, 
W.C. — A Buries nf repruductioQa of Kuika of 
•rt by eminenl puiolota, uwhitwU. and deco- 
fion, publiihed in the ' Architect Janrnal,' 

uSi. BBtrCCIANI, D., & CO., 40 
Bassell Street, W.C— (1) fjtatue«. (2) 
OniBtDuuli. (3) Fmil. (4) Flowers. (5) 
H«iid«, (8) Foot. (7) Blatuult^a. (8) Planter 
Ciula M BujiplieJ to the GoTertunioit SchooU of 
Art. 

14S2. AB T-Ti TP, T. R., 38 Wemyss 
Boad, BlackheaLh, B.E.—Cloiu Teaching of 
Drawing in Sohoolii :— (1) Coluunsl Written 
Drawing. (3) Judnmi-tit at Sieht. (3) Me- 
mnry l>rawiiig. (*) Dirt^twi Dmwinn, (5> 
Modol Drawiu)!. (6) CoIontMl Kreehood. (7) 
Colouml Geumutrj. (8) Solid Occmetr;. (0) 
tihadiDg. (10) Tase and FaiDUog. (11) 

I48^RKKVE8 «t SONS, 113 Cheap- 

■tde, E.G.— Artiits Matoriols, for oil painling 
and vatvr-culuur druwing, as OBcd by ailiata, 
suiateun, and iu demt'iiturj icutruclion. ALtu 
all lequititeB for arcliitocts and ungiueurs, 

148^ CUBSONS, OEOROB, Cbect- 
liam Will, Uanohester.^Art Vnsei in wood 
(nnbiviikuble) for druuing clawes. 

148s STANDAOE, H. C, Koppel 
Street Studio, aW.— (i) The UiiWof<iul 
T Sqaan, an iDilnuuent tot U)e nw of 
dnugliUinaDi whioh ennblee them to diapeius 
" ith Iho omplujnwnt of ths otdjuaij T •^nare. 



(2) Set Squares. (3) Pnndlcl Rnlrr. (4) 
Protraotor or Scale of Chorde, (5) Tlio Dividers 
and the Ordinary Moaaurtng Itule. 

1486. aTTNSTOIf, wtt.t.t A TW, 30 
Tollington Place, ToUington Park, I?. 

—\l) Art Teaching, as appliualilo to bcIiooIb. 
(2) HiBl(irii;Bl and utlier designs Tor fieacooa 
ftiuzee, &c. 

IJB7. CHAPMAN & TTflT.T., Limited, 
11 Henrietta Street, W.C— Diagrams for 
Ek'iueDUrj Art InsLrurtiou as aopplied iD the 
Bcic-utoaud ArtDeparttuent.Sonlli Keosingtoa. 

CHUBB & SONS' LOCK & SAFE 
CO., Limited, 128 Queen Victoria Street. 
E.C. {SfB Ctoii 20.) 

COALBBOOKDALE CO., Limited 
(THE). Shropshire ; fit Holbom Viaduct. 
(See CUui ii.) 



GAEGET et NISIUS. 76 Bue de 
Bennes, Paris (Agent, EMILE FOD- 
CABD, 23 & 24 Hop Exchange, South- 
wark Street, S.K). (Sm Clan 4H.) 

M., & CO., 



HOETH OP EMQI.AHD SCHOOL 
FUBNIBHINO CO., Limited (THE), 
Darlington, (tke Chx*t Hi.) ^k 



Class LIV. ^H 

(Royal Alh^ BaU.y ^ 

Schools for the Blind and for the Deaf 
and Dumb. — (a) Apparatus and Ex- 
amples for Teaching ; ('1) Specimens 
of School Work. 

. 16 Bemers 



Iu 



(;;« Cl,us 4H.) 



Ci.a; 



hV. 



(lk-j.ilAII.rrl Ilnll) 

Literature, Statistics and Diagrams re- 
lating to Group 8 and to the Effects 
of "Cramming" and Overwork on 
the Toung, &c. 

FOHBINO, DB. B:., Presldant o( 
the L Criminal Laws of Hamburg.— 
TrottiM roDcemog the laws, plans, regulalioni 
Odd wadibuui ot ifa.\>V«. »aa •^vites, it^ai** 



Obmm LTL, LVH (ibyol 



iTTT.T.M, B. Aq Omun Hofu^ Ool- 
lM» PaA, I«w1Ak^BJ.-<1) Bom 
ne^ti on BdnaaUaaTm Blafa on IMliea, 

FZCnC PBOTS8BOB ABOZd^ 



CLiaa LTL 

(Bbial AOmi flUL) 

OoUiMtlTv DfaplAjs of Bahool 'Wort 

wad AppUmnoaa. Sohool KnsBtunb 

i4Ba. BOOmTT IVK PBOmXT- 

IHO 



Um Ule PrDr<asor P&ricM, Dr. da da 
Dr. B. W. Kirhnnlwin. u>J othan. (S) d 
MaDTinlfl. {3) Hmllh TradalotvediH 
(4) MajiA. <5) Disgnuua, ten. 

I^» R ELIQIODB THACT 
Own, 66 Patomostar Bow, I 
BedMndPiutUMS tut Hdknfasawl Edna 

OLsm LYtE, 



L Ap^iancM nUtli 



Qronp vL 

1492. WATERXiCW & SORB, 
mlted, S6-VJ QraaX 'WiDcbestar SI 
— tl) etyloCTBphte Pena. (S) PPBtik 
Andenon'a Patent ObpjiiiB AppMitm 
vartoua olhoi OpyvDe; Ptotchm*. (*) I 
low** Patent Aoliigrapliio Preas. 

T HB E PiaO K E LECTRIC PE 

WBra^iira AaBncir, es & gs c 

Towar Btreet, E.C. («<« Jta:UM 
MMm, WmUn OaBny.) 



CENTRAL INSTITUTION OF THE CITY AND 
GUILDS OF LONDON. ^M 



DIVISION ll.-EDUCATION. 



GROUP VI. — EDUCATIONAL 
WORKS AND APPLIANCES. 

Glass XL VII. 
CriicheB and Infant Schools. — (a) Appa- 
ratus and Fittings for Creches and 
lul^nt Schools ; (h) Oames, Toys and 
Kindergarten AniuMnients ; (r) Mo- 
dels and Appliances for teaching ; (il) 
Ibcamples of School Work. 
tSOO. BBITISH AND FOItSiaN 
BCHOOL SOCIETY, Borough Eoad. 
8.E.— (I) A UiQSturonmlic View of thu 
KiuJ<.'ri;ii[teti AiiiiliuuofB oi luud is the 
Tuiuiu U-tutiOB. (2) A 3Iodel Kiailci Uaiteu 
CliisB Unom. where tLoe will be Icssoiu od 
the oofupfttimiB and eamee aiHwidmg to a 

E-ngnuniae. (S) An Eiliibition of Kinder 
iirt«D Work, ahowiBg its relntion to eoliool 
work, nod its uatfitl and itrlialic a\la. 

HAQQED SCHOOL UNION (JOHN 
KIHK, Secretory), EjLet«r Hall. W.C. 
(Sn CJiui o(i.) 

Class XLVIII. 

Friroafy Bchoola.— <iO Apparatus and 

Fittings : (b) Models and Appliances 

for teaching : Text-books, Diagrams 

andEhcamples; (•') Specimens ofWork 

in momentary Schools. 

1501. NATIONAL BOCIETyS DB- 

p6t. Westminster. B.W.— Stliool Dcoks, 

Famitare. Fittitius. AjJpiLnilua. Mupa. I^ripturc 

rrinta Hod Tuxla for Sph'oil WalK Nitturul 



Kpltj, Uistory, EupUJ, Algebra, School 
mit-omcQt, Ac. OcKikt for llrligious Iq- 
■tracliun in Dn; and Sumlajr Sohooli. 

1502. CHUBCH OF lOffOLAND 
SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE 
(JOHN PALMEK, Secretary). 13 
Sergeants' Inn. Fleet Street. E.G.— 
(1) lYit Ifcxiks ,in.l Appliaiiop*. (2) Mi>.l.-1 of 
a Suuiliiy Scbi-il ItuildiiiK, abnwin;; iiiijirovwl 
sttiliiig .iriuiiKi-iiiL'bU. (3) A CImb EiiniugtHl, 
«il1i iiiit>mv. J a<-al8. 

1503. COMMITTKE OF THE MAN- 
CKEStEB AET museum (THE). 
ICanohMter. — Cnlloriian of I'irtunia for 
Sdioola. providoJ oUh ciplauaU>rj lubcU, by 



menus of H'llit^ll it is sought U> lead chitdreo to 
take iiilorcet iu tbo objcjots represented in the 
pictures, in books Ui^spribiug the objects, in the 
finiceesea by wliioh tlic jiictuies were madissnd 

1504. SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION 
(GEORQE CAULDWELL, Trade 

Manager), 66 Old Bailey.— Syjcci mens of 
Ikioks, Miips, PrinlB, &<;., bsuud by the 
Suadaj School UuiuD. 



Class L. & LIII. 

Handicraft Teaching in Schools for 
Boys. — (i() Apparatus and Fittings 
for Elementary Trade Teaching in 
Schools ; (t) Specimens of School 
Work, 

Teohnioal and Apprenticeship Sohools. 
— (a) Apparatus and Examples used 
In Primary and Secondary Sohoola 
for teaching Handicrafts ; (,'>) Models, 
Plans, and Designs for the Fitting up 
of Workshop sjid Industrial Schools ; 
(f) Besults of Industrial W^ork done 
In such Schools. 

1505. TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 8UP- 
POBTED BY THE COMPANY OF 
COACH AND COACH HARNESS 
MAKERS OF THE CITY OF LON- 
DON (O. A. THKUPP, Master), Coach- 
makers' Hall, Hoble Street, E.G.— <1> 
Dmwiugs of rull-sizeil Curriugo. (2) FroiJiiind 
and I'triipcctivc Dmwings. 

1506. INSTITUTE OF BKITXSH 
CABBIAGE MANUFACTUBEBS (Q. 
N. HOOPEH, President), lOa Great 
Queen Street, W.C— (1) Drawing to smlo 
of CarriagDa and Ports of Uamagos, (2) SIikIcU 
lo iUuntrole Iho yurioui joint«, bi'vols, ilihI 
fkislenings in fnuoiog carriages. (3) Ucpotbaand 
BaluDce Slivcts. 

two. ST. MARK'S TECHNICAL 
ANT> DRAWING CLASSES FOR 
COACH ABTISANS (THOMAS 
COWARD, Secretary), 33 George Street, 
Orosvenor Square. — (1) Uruwiii^s of Cm- 
lingna. (9) I'f nipi.«liTu Uiuwiiii;* of Cjrriagor. 
(3) Probtome in ti.omotr?, PluDO nod Sulld. 
<4) Froebiiud DrawingH. (5) Urawingra of rarU 
of Ciuciago*. 

150S. McNAUOBT Ac SMITH. 
(Tw^inlcal Class), WorooBter. — Scale 
Dtu«iog« uC Ouns^QA. 



810 



OMfrnl InMtibOiom of At CUf amd OmOda of temitm. 



t«n MAMCHEB TEH TECHNICAI. 
SCHOOL (J. H, REYKOUJ8, Bocre- 
t*r7>.— <l) DingniQK, Urnwiiii™ uiil MixIvU 
illiuUnlmg in (true linn id builoiug mutt ruc- 
tion. (S) ApfHiruim illkulratiiig itutraotion 
in gDuiitclr; tnd botauy, 

1510. OLDHAM SCHOOL OF 
8CIBNCB AMU ART (J. P. PHY- 
THIAW & J R0BE:RT8ON>.-Mu-tiino 
(tenntrui'tioii Skvluhvs io ccIiiurtHl rlikllu, 
rcimiwiilmg mi-lKla ii««l \a |irwlir«: wilb 
frwiliHiHl c»i<leii in rodacvJ proiMiHiua by Iho 

Blll.l>Ult>. 

1511. OELBEBT, OILEES, ft CO., 

KendaL-M'-U'Unf Miu-liiii)*, diUiUilwiKnol 
liy l'ri>f.«wir W. ('. rtmin, unJor Uio direotiou 
u( lt.u Sint'iio- iititl Art D''|mrUuD[|t. 

1513. CHANNON. JOHM. 18 New. 

land "■ — 

Fiuial 

Unwia^js iif (lie •iiriit'. Tlin flaiitl ia » ape^i- 
hh^ uf wiiik t'ii.-riituil (Tiim onliouy ratling 
br'clu on cix^icliicul {iritiL'ipU>». 

tSit. FBANK8, I... 1 & 8 Hutohl- 
son Btreet. Aldeata, ILC— {1} Vkrioui 
Artioli« of Fr>twi>rk : oaniiiriKiiig aliitubrta. 
(□(■iiiorikU, leu oommaniliuRnta. cliick«. nuketi. 
fiuniB* fur pliotoi. wrlljn:; uteiiaiii, *U rut from 
woDil. (2j Dnib'ui and Toola for making aboTu. 

1514. SHEFFIELD SCHOOL BOARD 
CElNTRAL BCHOOLB.-(l) SiH-cimtus 
(if Sclioul Woik. indudinK t;«'iii<^tri>'ii) mixItU 
lumlc in iruo and brBwi, niodul* or wood jointii. 
mcxlel duor, bufrow, quoeu pnat truw. (S) 
UiuiringB of tho woikabop excrciM.'*. (8> 
t<j>ncjtiicai of Sclinnl Work in mechuikal 
ilniwiii^ and nutohine coiiitruotion. (4) 
Moduli Ih* MwliiQO Drairing Notoa. (6) 
CLumiBlry Sutia. 

tjit ALLAN QLEIfS INSTITU- 
TIOH. Glasgow.— (1) Modoli of Martiitiea 
ftn<l I'orta at Machineo. (S) Klaoiplea ot 
MuchauiciiJ Diuning mid Hochino Deitgti. 
<3) Drawing io bometciL- Pni)<«lion of titu 
Klitiiiiiatl Ittlxiralurr ot the loatilution. 

1516. RlOa, JAMEB, 11 Quma 
Victoria Street, E.C.— L Proflieal PUme 
ami S-ilid Orumelrg. II. Mack'ne CoHttrtielian, 
iiiciudiiig luany OKnniplea fnim Professor Vn- 
wio'g SlBt'liliiu UCBJgii. LIL BuiUliai/ Oontlnto- 
ti/m. llooC Principals, &c. VI. TKeonlient 
.Vrfikam'ca, KinematlCftI Appuntui and Appa- 
riLtiu Tor building up Experimontal Muirliiiiet 
from ProfiMor Willa's ■ Principlce of Meclid- 
tiiani ' and ProTesBur Itall's ' EipetimeDtiiJ 
Sli-rhauirw.' VIL Applied Mfdmnirj, and 
X.\II. Mntm. boiiig Bootionol Working ModrU 
uF viiriouB MooLiuM bikI Bteom Engines for 

POIt ~ CRIPPLED ~ BOYS 
<P. J. BOVI8. Resident Socrotary), 
Wrigbt'H Laiio, KeuBington, W. — iSiuu 



pivw of Fiuinhml Uaodwafla: r^fttm^ 
M\rrriDg. mul'liwij and hariiCM«nk:Ma 
rtamptag, iu»l MrppwwplBte fitiaiiat' b^ 

bj- Uie bo7a of tlw Home. 

tsiS. BT. JOHirS Tswmui 
SCHOOIj, Paraonflrtown. IniiaL- 
SpMimen of Mosaic N*«dle»Qtk. *t 

1519. SCHOOL OP ABT WOOD ; 
iAKVTNO <MISS HOWE. Mvufn 
Roy&I Albert Hail, S.W., in Mi* 
tioa with the City and Onfl* H 
Uie Ixindon Institute.— <lt Fa" >"* 
2) Educational Cow ni Pnicnwn Ij"" 
<S) Itjiliiui Br^M-ket. (4> !Vi ol lloaU* 
(5) Pftuela. («) Wrin.II CaWnBL 

CILERKIENTVELL TECE» 
DR AWTWO SCHOOL iCSil 
HETERx 157 GtosweU Rood, IC- 
Dr«wJnjr»L 

1523. KENTtEDSr. A. B. W, 0* 
TOTBity CoUefre. liondon.— <1) IIm k' 

I'lintii(,Tai.liB t.r tho En^neFTing IVm^ 
at UniTerbily CoIk-gB, London. (1) IMOO 
med te«ullanr ei|wTiiiic<ntB and otl«Uli» 
tloM of woik done In Ihn Ubontotj. 

1523. BHirAlCNXACOJIPABY.Ci 
cbeHtar.-KD La4tii-a adapted fm l^ » 
Ti"'Uiii<.3il Schoold an,] fou Knfinerrini! C* 
li-gwu (3) Appliattco. UKd, Lhurl-. i* 
TuolSi&o. Spoojfll applioDco for cnitiof** 
to any pitch on out latbo. trireulor ■•!•* 
for foot or itEMu. Fret saw* for w>.rkdMp* 
for ordiniir]' use. Af^iaratua f..r .:i™««! 
toacbing, and Apparstua fur mwluuia. IW 
above will be ah«Hii ta use at certMis tiM.> 
be duly announced. 

lui. MELHinBB: & SOSa > 
A 87 Fettar L&ne, aolbom OiM 
EC— Amaioni'B Lathe for wood ot nwUL"* 
uljaaUblechnoks, and tnminj; toat*. S""*' 
catting Lnlbp, complete with toola Boj'tFM 
power MwliinM for frM-wnrk. Jaian^ ol 
^abinit Makpre'TiwIs. Various Twdt fu(0 



E,4,-rs 



Toola, 



Street, Boho. - 
One aell-a.:liup elido and aorew-iTUttine L«W 
OiieLnDieivith fittings for onianieDlaltnmUit 
Two amalUr LutLos f»r orddnsn' tockll^ 
■ohool purpose*. Tools, &<^ 

IS3& HOLTZAFFX*x:i, a CO, M 
Charing Ctobb, aW".— Latl^a ao'l !«* 
(iir pluio tuliiiD^ and oorew ciiltiiiK. LtlM 
(or orniunontol and deooruUve lloir ui lafuK 
Tools mnplojod fof nGeunv.-]r, and nxiuu f* 
poBes in tlie oonelructive urto. 

1527. 8TEH, THOMAS J,. 1 TiBf- 
bury Street, Chlswell Street, B.C- 
OnB Cllcgo ot HA.ixA Workshop Bunch, lUlrJ 
for four I'liplU, but capable of working lU 
HnppotUsd on motal atundarda and fltbia vit' 
foot patent Inatantaneona grip-iroiu. Bad* 
knivi'a, Uoliifiuni. Mitro UacJiioe. EuiaM>' 
Vice Lath, Sltudtj Toula. ^ , 



Central Jmtitulion of the Cits and Guilds of London. 



^1538. TBOHUnCAZi 8CHOOI. UTIT- 
k THHaiTY COLLEGE, K ottingliam.— 

Buniptt-B of Work duno bir Studoala in the 

WorkBliop. 

1529. HANTITBAI., A. — Instructor in 
CIjiu for Dnnt anil 8lioe Mnkt>ra, Fi>]yl<«hnia 
Inatituiion. Mod.-U uiiil Diiigriiraa illuBlrativf 
«f the tucliing of boat and shoe making. 

1530. CITY AND OIIILD8 OP LON- 
DdM INSTITUTE TECHNICAL 
OOLLEOE, Finsbury. — Ai)ininttuB nud 
Kxam|)li.'s from liin ElvPtrifal Eugiiiwring iind 
Applii:d fiimcM, MochuiiiciU Eogin coring, 
Cnemli^al, and Applied Art DtpitrtmeDta: also 
RxKtnplM and HodeU illnalnttivo of the pcin- 
ciplM Mid methnda of teaching of carpentry, 
umI joiQcry, metal plate vork and brickwork. 



Class LI. 

Science Teaching. — (n) Apparatus and 
Models for Elementary Science In- 
BtructioD in Schools ; Apparatus for 
ChemiBtry, Physics, Blechanics, &c. ; 
(f>) DjagramH, Copies, Text - books, 
&C. ; (') Spocimena of tha School 
Work in those subjects; (d) School 
Museums. 

IS3I. ROBINS, E. C, F.8.A., 14 John 
Street, Adelpht— DrBwiogB of English ami 
Foreign Si^ii'iice 8i'huol Buildings, inclading a 
aeries of Detail DrawingB for Chemical lalxira- 
toricB. Eiumpleit are Kiven of Bayer's Cbemi- 
cal Lalwrutorjr, Mnaion, Physical Laboratory, 
Japati, Univuruty College Laboratory, Dundee, 
Technical College, Finabnry Trade and Mining 
School, BrUUil. Also of Jetailel drawings of 
ehpmical itudenta' branahm st Finsbury, and 
Owen's College, and at heipac Draught 
Cloaets as at Finabory, Berlin, Grati and 
Leipsic. Ptofetaot Honsou's Leror-bung and 
bolatlced black board. 



OLDHAM SCHOOL OF SCIENCE 
ft ABT (J. P. PYTHIAN &; JOHN 

BOBEBTBON). (.Sire Clauti 50 & 53.) 

BlOa, JAMES, 11, Queen Victoria 
Btreet, ij.C— Appamlu* ilhialrating thec*- 
reticai! mi-cbuQics, (.S'-e Clatta GU & S3.} 



TECHNICAL SCHOOL, Manchester 

3. H. BEYNOLD8, Secretary). {Sm 

tgtut4 50 A 53.) 



Class Lll. 
Art Teaching.— (<i) Apparatus, Models, 
and Fittings for Elementary Art In- 
struction in Schools ; (b) Diagrams, 
Copies, Text-books, Sec. ; {c.) Speci- 
mens of Art Work, ModelUng, &c., in 
Schools. 

1532. AET POH SCHOOLS ASSO- 
CIATION (MISS M. E. CHRISTIE. 
Hon. Sec), 43 Queen Square, Blooms- 
bury, W.C— SiMtciniea of Gmupa of Draw- 
i'lgs, Ac, iutcndcd lor use in Elemuntar; 

SCHOOL OF AET WOOD-CARV- 
INQ, Royal Albert HoU, S.W, - {tira 
CiatiKi 50 A 53.) 

TECH NICA L SCHOOL, Manchester 
(J. H. REYNOLDS, Secretary). (Sbo 

Claita 50 & 53.) 



Schools for the Blind and for the Deaf 
and Dumb.^i) Apparatus and Ex- 
amples for Teaching ; (bj Specimens 
of School Work. 



FOB THE DIFFUSION OF THE 
GERMAN SYSTEM IN THE UNITED 
KINGDOM (Major-General F. C. COT- 
TON, C.8.I., Chairman), 298 Regent 
Street,— (1) Coiiii>lL-to Si-hoolroom whtre the 
system may bo illustratial by hoaring teachers 
trained at Iho Society's iWnlng College, 
Cartle B>ir Hill. Enling. (3) Deaf Psplla 
taught at the Society's School. (3) School 
Furniture and other School Appliance! and 
Apparatus. 

1535. ASSOCIATION FOB THE 
0R"AL rNSTRUCTlOK' OP THE 
DEAF AND DUMB ; TRAINING 
COLLEGE AND SCHOOL (A. O. 
KLUGH. Secretary), 11 Fitsroy 
Square. -(1) Spelling U.mka fnr deaf unil 
dumb children. (2) Papers on the Education 
of Deaf and Dumb Chddren. (3) A Seaaua 
Tabli', Diagrams, and an Improved Nomoricol 
Frame for Ibe use of both deaf and daoib and 
blind children. (4) Reports and Pnupectutot. 
(5) Time Table and Misctllanoooe Papen. 
Tbe System will l>e iltuitrated on oottain dayi 
by Pupils of tlie School taught by Teaohen 
trained at the Asaociatbo's College. 

1536. JEWS' DEAF AND DUMB 
HOME (8. BCHONTHEIL. Pi-inoipal), 
W aimer Road, Hotting TTi ii , W.— 
Bii-iks, Drawing, Specimijns of Kindergarten 
Work, und Pupils lu show the rtisult* of^u 
method of teactjing puraaed. ^^^| 



Cenirai In»lituti(m of the Citjf amd GviUt of Li 



of 8chouI Work. lAmgange Lpbhiiw. . . 

Ac. (S I PpecimcDi ol Hnuilioraft liy oM jiapil* 

uf Ibe luMiludan. (,8) Tim»-tablu PiotuiVi, 



(W. T. HILLYEH. Secretary). Asy- 
lum at Lower Clapton ; Office, 27 Red 
Lion Square, W.C.—(l>!:-|K<cLm>!ii uft^obool 

Wurk. (2) KwulU o{ Indoiitml Work Jono. 
(3) School Work and Apiiliancee. 

1540. ABYLUBC FOR DEAF AJSV 
DTJMB (W. H. WARWICK, Saora- 
t&ry^, 83 Cannon Street, E.G. — (1) 



SpMriniFDB of Ilikiidirrilin^. Compoiiti 
WuikiDR of Huma. (8) Krwi hBHit Irmwmp 
Bohool Ik«ki. (3) OiiU- Nwdk'work anJ 



lUt. HOWARD, JAMES, Yorkshire 
Institution fbr the Deaf and Dumb, 
Dononatar.— <1) KiMMJuiuna uf Bchiml-wurk, 
(8) Otup of LuiguHfp. (3;i Folio of Draw- 
ings (4) BpMiiiiBDa of NeodleiToTk: Stc 
•mill ImudletL (&'i Six Bpeoimmia of Wood 
CaryiriR ami Wood Tumtnjt. (fl) Apimratns- 
Reflt-ot'ir. JUnipiilatoT, Vibrstor. <7> Ptepod- 
liun BoE QDiJ Si-buol Booki, aiiout twimty. 

1542. BTAHJER. REV. WTLIiIAM, 
a? Alexandra Villoa, Finslmry Pork, N. 

— (1) Culoured Litbograpbs, illustiadng trodM, 
Bttninotuv, Boiiu&l axti ?of!Ctuble oreatioD. 
(2) Obji^t Fi^-lurM »dJ I*seoni for deaf 
children. (3) Audiometor fpr Uatinj; tiie 
omuaiit of hcarlDg poBnessed by tlie di'uf, 

1543. wHjBErforce bchooi. 

FCiRTIIB BLIND. York (A BUCKLE, 
Bupertnt«ndent).— (1) Mrm in lUlict fur 
tlie UBO of tlif blind. (B) Books printed at 
the ficlinol. (3) Cuao Work. (4) Baaket ind 
Wickor Work. <6) Bnuhea. (6) Wool Work. 
(7) Funey Knitting. 

ISM- INSTITUTION NATIONALE 
DfiB JEUNE8 AVEUQLES, Paris 
(6mILB martin, Dlrecteur).— View 
and Plani) of Ihi: Inutiliitiim, Bniibs. awl Au|«i. 
futile for ti'iK'liLitg : bpociujuub of work di-tio 
in the Inetilution. 

1545. ISTITUTO PRINCrPB Dl 
NjSyOLI PBI QIOVANNT CLBOHT 
D'AUBO I SEB8L— (1) Object of ToLch- 
ing; SpiviiDona nf Ollection. (2) Compli^ta 
Method, " llartii»cetli Syitcm," of teaching the 
bljitd the foTiD of letter* and Dambira. Arpu- 
mtoa tn guide him lo write with chalk, "Kal- 
darign" carved. (3) Metallic Pen and Speoi- 




alraction. (4) II>»ka 

Srint«I in tho Inatiti 
'orka dono in 
Binding. Dliuda ■>»<] lUttiog. 
Coiiiciitry, Taroery, " 

- lUDFil 



nisi 

AppaiBtiu employed by BUnd 

Sppciouin* of W<wfc. 

1547. BUKD urenrunoHi 

Amaterd&ai (J. H. iWM Y fFR , 01 
— Apparatu* for t«iicfalDg sad ipvd., 
work done by the blind, and UagbtS 

1548- BHmSH ABTD _^ 

BLIND ASSOCIATION fT. £« 
MITAQE, M.D., Hon. Sm""^ 
33 Cambridge SQuara.— <1) 1 

Book*. prinl<^ and vrittetu (S) BrI ,-— 

(3) Slcroo Plolea for prinUng. (4) Imm] 
for emboaaed writing. (6> AiilluMtir IWL 
Type for Arilbme-lie Bnord. (6) CMk J 
Pencil Writing, (7) Enibiwed Xmfe 

1549. ASYLUM FOR THE 1 
GlMKOW.— Special Work of the Bli: 

1550. ROYAL NORMAL COLLUB- 
AJSD ACADEMT OP KCBIC Rl 
THE BLIND, Dpper Norwood. U 
(P. J. CAMPBELL, LL.D.. PiindpaU 
— CI»yMo.ltl8 ami Sptt-imraa of KlnJ«»« 
Work, mado by iho oJUldrcn of the Ftmj 
School of the B.N.O. 

i^i. ASYLUM FOa THE BLlHll. 
DUren, FrusBia. — Applianois lor kuta 

II,.. niinrt 



1^ SCHOOL BOASS OF SDD- 
BUBQB.— Modol. Plana, and Photon^k 
of typical acbooU. Specimens of wnfc ^m 
In pupil-taicbcra' art claas. 

1557. SCHOOL BOABD OP GLAB- 
aOW.-UolleptivB Eihibil of School W«k 
and Appliancca. comiiriBing Model, in 1 ' 
of new school now being erected on b 
of Clyde; Photographa of new adtu-. 
Explicit Hnp of Scotland and LoDorka^inM 
rollers ; Ball Frame on Stand : Leawo gluA; 
SpiTimniB nf Writing, Drawinc. HaD-dmlX 
and InduBtrisI Wotk. t™ -• 

1558. SCHOOL BOAKD OP BIK- 
MmOHAM. — (1) Model of a ScM 

on tbe pla&B-room ayaUioi, with oenbvl UIl 
(3) Needlework Specimcna, fixed nnd wwW 
by the ebiidren in the Boud ScliooU al lb' 
time of the Oovemment Inapectiona Siiil m 
tlic prcBcnco uf tbo inHpcctors of ncwllewi^ 



Central Institution of the City and Quilda of London. 



BpeclmenB ol 
are l^adiint^. , , 
>lara, and illuBtralinc! uieiina ksscnB. (S) 
,wing« prepared by tlio aoholara, and IJlns- 
iag icleiico le«BonB, (6) ftliKleU of a 
'olring SbuttOT Screen used ia tlie Board 
ools, and of a Cupboard wllb Bovolfing 
liter Front. 

Mo. SCHOOL BOAED FOB LON- 
iW.— (1) M«lola of Bi-hooU. ra) Map 
iring BchofiU erecUxl by the Board in tho 
ropolU. (3) lilap onntaining Education 
tiaCicB of tbe nietropolia. (4) CnlleclioD of 
iliaacea for teachiog and eiamplL-B of Bcbool 

«6a HJSTITnTE OP THE BRO- 
ILS OP THE CHHI8TIAN 
HOOLS, Hue Oudlnot 27. Paris.— 

Teit Book*. (2) Diaimuns, (3) Miipe 
B|>eainien of Sobool Work. (6; MethiHls of 
[ting aud of Drawing. (6) ApporutDS and 
Jdla fur iDitruction in St-hwla, fur Di3kf and 
ab. for EleniFnlary Trade Tmching. and for 
iliing PhyiicB, McwbftoioB, Aria, aud Handi- 
l. m MmlsU. (8) plans. (9) Designa. 
) Scbool Mnsemn, ^. 
561. HOMES FOB LITTLE BOYS. 
SjfrLNOHAU ANO SWAIfLEY 

O. CHAHLES, Secretary}; Offices, 
dt^te ClrcUB, RC— ( 1 ) Modeta of Bcljool 

UomP Buildings. (S) Examples of BoLool 
rk. (3) SpocimcnB of worli done by boyB Ln 



1562. EAGOBD SCHOOL TJinOlT 
(JOHN KTRK, Secretary), Ezetar Hall, 

W.C.— (1) Mo.iel of a HngReii Schiml nnil 
ClassTooui-, (3) Ruggfd Solioil pxomnlflg of 
industry, (3) BpwimenH of Oirl«'Nee.llo»ork. 
(4) SpeoimenB of Artificinl Flowers. (5) Dia- 
grama of Bagged School Cr£nhe. (8) Dia- 
grams. Pinna, and Pietores of Ragged Schoula. 
(7} MimioD Buildings. (8) Appliuncea for 
Fretwork, (8) Printing PrcBs. (XO) Sped- 
mens of Wool-work, Boots, Slippers, Sbeepekia 
Kugs, Jtc. 

15^3. EOTAL ALBERT AETYLUM 
POH IDIOTS Sc HCBECILES OP THE 
NOETHERN COnMTIES, Lancaster 
{per O. E, SHUTTLEWORTH, B.A., 
M.D., Medical Superintendent). — (1) 
AppJianfes for Sonao Culture used in tlia 
education of iiubeeilocliildron. (2) Specimens 
of School Work produced by imbecile children. 
(3) Spocimens of Randioraft Work produced 
by init*oUe children. 



MITTEE (Secretftry, REV. DA- 
VID J. IffALLER), Westminster Train- 
ing College, aw— A f..ilrctive di.plivy of 
Kducationai Appuratus and Bchoul Work from 
the Weatmiiuter and Boutlilftiulii Wealcj 
Training CoUegea. 



r 



HTaiENIC LABORATORY. 

(^Annexe In Iht City nwl GniUt Iiulilutt.) 

Dlroctor— PEOPESSOR CORFTELD, M.A., M.D., P.E,C.P. 
Chief ABsiBtant— CHARLES E. CASSAL, F.LC, P.C.a 
ABslBtant-^Dr. W. FRASER. San. ScL Cert., Cambridge. 
Lahonitory is designed to show, as for oa ia possible in n temporary building, tho ormnge- 
) suitable for the eiamination, from a Public Health point o( view, of wiilcr, air, foods and 
B, Boil«, disinfccttuils, sanilary appliancee. anA other atticlei of Hygienic interest (B«« 
Mgo 107.) 






BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY. 

(City and Ouildi 0/ Lraidna Iiutitulr, Kncm No. 15.) 

Director— W. WATSON CHEYNE, PJLC.a 
! objwta of this Laboratory are to show tho tninutcil forma of plant lifc<, rspcviatly tl 
cialeil with disease, Ihcir lifo-bitloiy, and the mctbuds of iuvvaUgating tbtm. (See 



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SPECIAL BUILDINGS FOR FOREIGN COUNTRIES, INCLUDIHG" 



DEPENDENCIES OF THE BRITISH CROWN 



iW-l Cfntrid flail«n«.) 



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AMERICA, UNITED 
STATES OF. 



CLASS II. 

1633. SAN JOSE FRUIT PACKING 
CO., San Jobs. California, 0.aA. 
(A«ents, A. W. LATHAM jc CO., 17 
PhUpot Lane. E.C.).— Califi.niii. t'miW, 
Hiiiuv, Ac. Baatiaui, Joseph.— I'i 11 eaiijiles 



CLASS 111. 

1634. LEES. HENDRICKS Sc CO., 
Chicago, lUinolB. U.S.A < Ageota, A. W. 
LATHAM & CO., 17 Philpot Lane, 
B.O.).— Compraaied Corned Bcof, Challenge 
Urood. 

CLASS xxxn. 

1635. THE SANITARY ENQINEEEt, 
Ifew York (London Offices, 92 & 93 
Fleet Street. RC.).— PUna of (1) luiprovul 
Tenement nouseg wlecled fiom tlie Sanitary 
Kiifliiieer ArL-hitcCtunil C<>m|>cliliciD of 18T&. 
(9) HwIpI School BiiiLtiuga avleetfd Trom the 
Saiiiury Engineer Architeeturul CompetiliiiD 
(.( 1830. (3) Tenement und Apartment Haaw?. 
speetiaoDi ltAiiD.1 b* the NciT York Biiaril a( 
Health. (4) riumblne Tlnns u tiled nilh Ihc 
New York Board of Hi-allh, and onplea at nil 
{irinted furou usei] in entoreine the Ptumbin^ 
anil TcnemoDt House InsptctioD I^vg of New 
York piiued since 1879. (S) BaJldingg creeled 
by ImprovBd Dwellinga AMOoisUoD, N.Y. 
\ BM and Rndrord,HrcbilH)ts, N.Y. (6, Rop'r. 
Hemnrud ScbnoL FaiThsTon, Han. ; Wairen 



R- Britt 



(7) 



I'foiffer, »reytect,'N.V. (8> Stable* of Mi. 
_ VOL. XVlll. 



CnmelinB Vanderbill, Mr. Fnink Work nnd 
Mr. Williiim PiobhHrdt. N.Y. (9) B.,ilrr 
Si'ttiiie ill the Tribune Build in ga. N.V.: Wil- 
iiitin J. Unliluiii, meohaiiiral engineer. (10) 
Lr.ngitudirjid I'r..filo of City at Nfw York, 
slinwirig ciTiciive wnter Borvioe at diffprent 
elevQlioHH ; J. J. B. Cf.™. Mem. Am. Soc. C.E., 
Mem. Iu»t. C.E. (11) UcaUrig and VeutiU- 
tion John Hopkin* Uoapitsl, Ualtiniore ; BKilge- 
pnrt Hich School : Metropolitan (Jpeia Hniiie. 
New York: Manluitliin and Merehiint*' Nationij 
Bunks; Fifth Avenao Pr<«l>yler>fiD Charah, 
N.Y. Also plans of the Hi^ttopolitan Opera 
Iloiue, tb* Pmdnce Bxohunge, the Mutunl 
Life Insnrance Building, ami nunierous notable 
aiiartmeot hansea loaned bv the Board of 
Health. N.Y. 

1S36. WAR DKPABTMEHT. Waeh- 

ington.— Spi-iiimcnaof the unifonii of olHuKreof 
all ranks, nou-oaminisaioned offictre and pii- 
Tikte«. canteen, bntdint;, nod accontreuieDts, 
boepital anil campnign tentH. 

1637. NAVY DEPARTMENT, WsLSb- 

ingtOB.— SojDpleB of Navv mtiooii. ^mple* 
of t'lfoil supplied to tlie Orwlj Relii^r Expedi- 
tion which lalL'ly laitnl for tbe Arctic Region*. 
SaiDplea of Clothing for mid Bxpeditlon. and 
ganiplea of uDifomi for eoliiteil men of the 
Navy. 

1638. WARD'S ROTARY 8EWINO 
MACHZNE TREADLE CO., 37 West 
14th Street, Now York. (Agento — 
BRADBURY & CO., Limited, Old- 
ham ; 14 Newgate Street, Loadoo, 
KC — The Patent Jtolar; Treadle ii •pc 
cially adapted for dmunakerr, tailon. and 
manufai'turera, as a very hieh rate of apeed 
can be attained with romparatirely little e«ei^ 
tioD. The actioD of the treadle being lotarr 
there ate no dead ccutree. I'be mai-hine may 
beatarted or ttoptied iiutantly without RmosWi] 
the handa from Ilia «o\W. 



m 



AIJSTKIA-HUNGAEY. 

Office of the Commission, No. 125 South 
O&llery in the ILxhibition Buildings. 

Nora.— Tlio Eiliilrit* from Austro-Hnngary, 
nb'-re Dot olliervige inrliciited, ure to be rouni) 
in the West Ci'Dtral Gulleries. 

Tlie DecoratioriB of tha Aastria-IIiiiiRaTiaTi 
faction in the WeatCentrol Gnllcric« liave been 
carriud out b; Vistou Rhkuolv, of XUnn 



Cl-A. 



I. 



"PEST MTLLERS & BAKERS' 
STEAM PLOUR MH-LS CO., Buda. 
poBt (Hungary) (Agent, CHARLES 
WATDBLIN, 29 Borough High Street, 

as.).— Hiin<^iiii Wbeiit (bmnJ M.B.D.) 
So. ii South GKllery. (Sm C/um 2.) 



P Class II. 

1A40. CAB08, CHAKLES, 6S Qum- 
pradorferBtraaee, HariaMlf, Vienna 
(Agent, JOSEPH HARTL, 61 8c B3 
Herbert Street, Hoxton, N.).— (1) Bresd 
nnri BiwiiitH (ViUEjti.'BC. Karlelwil, &o.> (2) 
Fniiry uiiil D»iH.'Tt BtsL'uilx of varioua kiodii. 
<3j Wafers, {.Sm Clait 5.) 

1641. CZI^NSKI, LUDOIHR, JAro- 
8lav, Qalicia (Austrian Poland) (Agent, 
F. £AROL, 23 Uajlin'B Lone, Cannon 
Street, E,C.).^MiirclinaQe aoJ oilier (la lici"n 
(•oufwtionory flavoured wilb buney. {Ste 
Ctaa a.) 

1642. MAItK6 & WEYOEN, Buda- 
pest (Hungary) (Agents, TOOVEY, 
HOST), & CO., 28 St. Bwithitt'8 Lane, 
E.C.).— (1) Turki-h rnine». ;2) Biwuiau 
Prunes tu oueeu. (3) Muccdoiiinu I'runiH in 
BartcU. (4) "Paprika" (Cnpaipum aunuum) 
(» kiml of red poptir), a ooudimcnt largely tuod 
in llangiuiaii oookery. Driod Pods and ihe 
"Pni«ifai" in ita ground, prepnivd state. 
Varioua klci.U, of diffiiri'nl pangeui-y. 



"PEBT MILLERS ft BAKERS" 
STEAM FLOUR MILLS CO.. Buda- 
pest [Hungary) (Agent, WAYDELIN, 
CHARLES, 28 Borough High Street, 

8.E.).-JliiiLKarittri Flnar (brand M.B.D.). ,No. 
*2! S>utb Gull.Ty- (Set. CUi» I.) 

» WEINLA0BB " (ADMINTSTRA- 
nON OP THE), Kloatemouburg, near 
Vienria : and at Trieste (Austria.)— 
DrioJ "Mnmncbe." Dulnmlian CliarrfiH, fniln 
kliicli "Msriucbiuo" li>|iieur ia [iiwie; also 
foe making a kind of jaiu. No, L2S SoQtb 
(Ste Oau i.) 



^f^[ 



ZUPPINQEB, P. fi,, es MaA % 

KC— (1} HungiuiaD Floor, and Bnail, k 
(madeofsiiob flour). (S) Hengatian UiMlnni, 
Vcimioelli, ^. No. 23 South UAllerj. 



CLAS.S III. 

1643. CZ^SKI, LTJBOMIR. Sim- 
sl^T, Oalicia (Austrian Poland) (Agent, 
F. KAROL, S3 Martin's Lane, Cannon 
Street, E.G.). — Unrchpaiie and alhn eakn 
and canfectioiiery made wilb h'-iiey (Polish and 
Podolian). Purteyot to the Imperial ud 
Royal Court 

Class IVo. 

1G44. EXiBOGBN & BULL, J.. 39 Cir- 

ouegasse, Wien, n., Vienna (Auatna) 

and at Amsterdam,—" Nectar,'' a liqnaoi 

Buide from vtirious tierlis and spioee. 

1645. HARTISSA-CABBONAJO. 
QIOVANTn;, Capo d'Istria (iBtrla, 
Austria).— Various Istriaa Winea. 

1646. MILLICICH, LOCA, gar a(Dal . 
matia) (Agent, OTTO HOCHBRDBTN, 
50 Lime Street, B.C.).— " MaraBchimv" • 
lio'iour umlunKt by ftllralion rmm a kind uf 

luraache," •rbich grow ia 

lu silty lbou.siind boltlei 

1647. PALUaYAY, J.. & SOHS, Po»- 
sony (Preasburgl (Hungary) (Agent, 
JOSAPHAT & CO., 11 Duke Streol, 
London Bridge, S.K).— Hungarian Vias 
(Tokay, ic). 

"WEINLAOBB" (ADMINiaTHA- 
TION OP THE ). Klosteraeabuis, 
near Vienna; and at Trieste. Austria 
Principal, The Baron A BABO, Jnuiar. 
London Offices. 50 Lime Street. B.C.— 

(1) Au»li 



xhibi 



" Wei 






: ArlT 



iaeywria 



be found i 
Attcudaut: Pea-»nt RJrl in Dalnut'an a 
costume, (n) " Austtia-IllunH)' (■" ITlivwar rf 
Austria"). While lb) -Auftlria-BlaiM' 
("Flower of Austria"), R&l. (p) ("Sten 
Kula," Diilniiitlan), Ik-d. (d) '■ istinliwia, 
roUi" ("Straw-win.."). Bed. (2) Mudaii rf 
Intent improTcd Witie-makitig AppliaiMB 
(preatio, flltera, caaki, Ac), as u*o<l iu lbs In* 
perial and Royal Oeuologlcal Collezw at KloiM^ 
neu»urg. rU.ro.'tor, tlie Itatnn Augiul Bahk) 
(3) Wi>.o Map nf Austria-Hungary. (4) rW 
togmphs 'if ii,s Vineyards, *o. (6) Soriw rf 
l>lonre>] Dmwiiigx nf Grapes, and D)B«i^ 
illustrating ItaTBues of (be *' PhTllostnL.** (ff) 
Spociuiens of " Pb^Uoiero Vaatalrti " h 
alcihol. (7) Mioroaoipiaul prp[araUom tf 
same. (B) Inslruui«nts for Analyai* «( f" 
No. 125 South Oallory. <&» CIm " "' 






Class IV6. 

1648. KAHIi & CO., Kronfldorf, War- 
da, near Karlsbad. (Bohemia) (Agent, 
TOOVET. HONO & CO., 28, St- 
Swithin's Lane, B.C. — Nuturnl Mini-ml 
Wmef (Tablo W'aler) tirand, - Viova Princ-sa 
Sl.'|>h.tik'.* 

1649. LOJOWSKI, M., Jiroslav, Oali- 
cia, (Austrian Poland) (A^nt, F. 
KASOZ>, 2S Uartin's Lane, Gannon 
Street, E.C.).— fJatiiral ■• KoiiinUH," prujiared 
fruui iiirifiB' milk (hy Iho pmoeHS imploycJ by 
tho Ti.ft.ir pi.'«-iuni») A litiiik for iiimli.ls. &o. 

1650. MATTONI, HEINKICH, Karls- 
bad. Bohemia (Agent, E. QALLAIS, 27 
Margaret Street, Regent Street. W.).— 
N 'Iiiiul MiiiL'rnl WatDis, " Giedsliillilcc " 
Nulii.ul Table WoUt. 

Class V. 

1651. CABOS, CKAHLES, 5B Oum- 
pendorferatraHse. Mariahilf, Vienna 
(Agent, a. ENZrHOBH, 8 Wood Street 
Square. B.C.). -<1) Farimcciw F.-.l for 
l.ii-alid, ami f-r liifutytfl. (2) ¥-''<l (Br.-n.i) fir 
Sufft-tcr* from Llj^jriisia. (8) Ureml tor 
Huffuren ^nui Dinbetva (4) Bread, Biuoibi, 
Bud Heal far toCanta. 



lungari/. 317 

Winu Mnp of AuHtrin-Hungary. (2) Pliotn- 
grajibs of Aastr^an Vincyarila of Lha Imgierial 
and Boyal OoDologicai Ci.Ilcgo at Klo«lenieu- 
bitrg, the Experimental Viu^jard and Model 
Vineyiiid betongiDg lo the College, and of Iho 
VinejardB of the " Weinlaale." (8) Series of 
Chramo-lithoniiphB of the prloeipal raiietiei of 
grapes. (4) votumoB and current QUmbers of 
the " WeinlHube," a weekly review, In Oennan, 
devotud to Titicultuni and the making of vine 
("ViDcyaid and Cellar"), published bj tlie 
Ailmiiiietralion of the >■ Weiulaube." This 
pi'riodioal is iUiutiated with diagriims and 
wuedeuts; ertitnr. Df. L. Weigerl. Works, in 
tUo Gi-tmnn laugiiogo, on Vitioullure and Wine- 
niaklnk;, by the Buron A. Bubo, aud oa the 
CbsDiiBtty uf Wine. (Illustmtca.) 

Class XII. 
"WEIHXAUBE" (ADMINISTRA- 
TION OF THE). KloBtemeuburg, near 
Vienna, and at Trieste (Austria). (Lon- 
don Offices, 50 Lime Street, KG.)— <1) 
MiKk'laof l»l«Ht improved Wint-M-king Ap- 
nliHiicos (PrensBB. PJIe™, Caaka (nval), *u.>, as 
at Ibo Iiup«ria] and Itoyul Oenologicd 
ee at Klo9U>m(iul>urg, C2) Patent Coik- 
iiig Machine. (3) Patrnt Wioe Pump for 
pumping wini> from the vat into oarks m Ihe 
ecllat. (4) Oelatine (Brand " Wuinlanbe ") 
f-t " fluiug" red winoa. (No. 125 Sonlli Gallery.) 



Class VII. 
"WEINLADBE" (ADMINISTRA- 
TION OF THE), KloBtemeuburg, near 
Vienna, and at TrioBte {Auatrial. (Lon- 
don Offices, 00 Lime Btreet, E.C.) -(1) 
Apparalue and IiiHWuiiieuUi for Uio Analysis of 
Wine and the detortinn of adulti ration. (2) 
Tablea aiid Diagrams of Aonlyais of Austrian 
:knJ Dalmatian Wiuea cxhibitod. (3) Exhibit 
illu*tralingthe Work done in tbo Laboratory 
iinil Tnting Room of tbe Imjierial and Royal 
UcDoU^icol College at Sloslemeuburg (Dino- 
t.ir, Ibe BuTOD August Babo). (No. 125 South 
Uallery.) 

Class VIII. 
•■WXTNLAUBE" (ADMINI8TRA. 
TION OF THE). Klostemeuburg, near 
Vieana,andatTrieBte(AuBtria). (Lon- 
lon OaiMB. 50 Lime Street. E.C,)— (1) 
Ii™i»ins» lUo-tnitiiin ruviiEi-s of the "PLyl- 
l-»ft».' (2) S|>,cimnis-f "PhjlloKcraVssta- 
trii" in ttlwiboL (8} MiiroMwpical prepara- 
tions of aime (witb miflt^A.'upe). (Na 12a 
South Oallery.) 



" WEINLAUBB ■■ (ADMINISTRA- 



I Offices, 60 Lime Street, £.0.)-(L) 



Clae.sXI1I. 
WEINLAtlBE" (ADMINIBTHA- 
TION OF THE), KlOBtomeuburg, near 
Vienna, and at Trieste, Austria). (Lon- 
don Offices, SO Lime Street, E.U. — I>..I- 
Bialiaii CuBtumo, from tlie Difltri<:t of Verlieka, 
wnm by a Peasant Girl (Attoiidunt at the 
" Weia1aui«," No. 125, South Galltry. (&« 
Claufi 2 and 4a.) 



Class XVHI. 

ROTH, Dr. M., of Kassa, Hunsarj ; 

48 Wimpole Street, Cavendish Square, 

W.— <1) MoJi'Ib nhowini; Hygienic Drea« for 
Males and KomtJoa. tlio nvigbt of tho trouaeia 
or petticoats, aupportrd by s band on. Dot orer, 
tho bip-bonea Model of Bygieuic Stays, nith- 



ind drawing* illaslratlnL. . 

8pi>rimenB of irrational fMbinDable lady*) boot 
(1862) and of rational bygirnte boot. Cuatol 
ChiDMO lady's fool (dcfnnno'l by ligntum'. 
Hygieoia "gmat-loe" and diplalei) sbxikingi. 
(2) Improved dmi for Infant in arms, aToidiog 
necessity of turning the child frequently ia 
dnwaing and undreaeing. (3) Pampi.lels and 
Diagrams on the aboTo subjects No. IIM, 
Kasl C:«utral Galkri, A. <.Siw CtnKOkl^^ 



Sir 



Amtlrvt- Sungary. 



I 

I 



Cl4m XXIV. 
UOERATH. JORAHnr S., Civil 
EiiKlneer. of Visnna. 28 Orut Bklnt 
Uelon's, London, HC— AppliuiciM In cod- 
tiivTiiiiti Kiih diiniMlio ftaJ oUiar llr»-|>Ui?B«, 
■(aiM uul runuiai<«. Na. 6M, Ciul QuulnuiL 
{8m Clam ai.) 

Cms.'. XXIX. 

160. COUNT RARRACH-S OLABS 
WORKS. Neuwelt, Bobemid. Acent, 
T. Douet. 38 Jewin Street, B.C.— CrriUI 

■•nd l>.l»ur»l liliuu-mre and Fmicj Oim 
Goo ts, Tibln Gluu. Lamp*. Froite.1 Glut.. &u„ 
hiuiij [«intoil, cut, ftnil tuignvtiJ. 

I«U. SIBNEB. JOa r., & CO.. 61 
Clerkeowell Rfwd, B.C.— HunKBrinn Par- 

Jiiet FliinriuK (Oiik and imrioiu). AIh) Marble 
loiaic Flonn, Hoasio Dceonlioiu. No. 8efi. 
EHt GftllMjr. 



to 



KOHN. JACOB & JOSBP. M Oreat 
Butaro Street. E.C.— Aualrian Iti^Dt Weal 
ruraiture. Nn, UIT KiihI Contnil LJ&llury. 

1654. LOBBIEVBB. J. L. Vtanna 

Bnhtiiuiiui Ulau-waro, cut, dwi>rale<l, vuniiiel- 

1655. HOBliB, LUDWIO, Kftrlsbad, 
Bohemia. — AHtortTurni nf Cul-^lssa Wanj in 
Gold AuJ Enamel, UuuJelabrik. &a. 

1656. MUIiLKR. H., mHchthal (Bo- 
hemia). AgQiit, EUUA R08i3nTHAI>, 

Brorwood.8.— KngravLil CrjaliU OIubs. 

1657. WAONSR, FRA.MZ, Meiater- 
dorf Bohemia). Agent, EMMA RO- 
SENTHAL. Norwood, a — U-'liomiaQ 
Glusa-wari', bnnzu-iuniinUd. 

1658. WAHLIBB. ERNST, 17 Karn- 

thnsrfltrasBe, VisnDo. — (.'liin& und Poiiery, 
(Sundry arlic'ltw for domtslic me and decora- 
lioooftuedWL-llLng.) 

1659. SANTIFALLER, J. B., OrBdon 

Tyrol).— TyrolsBd wuod-Qirviug», tiaiuea, Ac. 
lite Clou 53c.} 



t66a ADAMTIg, A., Webgaese 12. 
Vienna. (Agent. O. ENZINGER, 8 
Wood Street Square, E.C.)— Faiiey Toilyt 
Hoflji, Ily^ouic Perfumery, Disiufectant Scval 



i66i. BABON VON KAIBEB8TX1 
ORAFRITE "WORKS, is Lcn 
Austria, RoUientbunn StEttW 
Vienna. (Agent. CHABLS ] 
HOPER, 43 Crlmsoott StiMI. I 
mondaey. B.E.) — BUi:k Lemi t» im 

ciMuiiug IlUrpOsCO. 

1663. RC7I>OIiF8THAIiES ORil 
ITS WORKS, RudoUbtliBl. Im 
Aiutria, Sot2»antliurm StmM 
Vienna. (A^ent, CHARLB I 
HOFHR. 43 Crinwcott OomL. 1 
moodeey. 8.JL) — Black L<wl kt ^ 



Class XXX 1 1. 

1663. FBICK, WTILBBUt. {BeA 
ler lo the Imperial St Rojftl Cteitt 
Orabon. Vienna — A work «titWI1 
luidwinliBcfaafilicJicr Baatro,' ('Fte 
A^^icullOMl Uuildiofs,') aim 13 it^ 
Pkn. ht the *ni*.^^^ 7 «« w t«^ 

HOERATH, JOSAJ™, jr^oTTi* 
Civil Engineer, S3 Oreat 8L Bali 
B.C.— SaiiiurvConslmoti-uttofdraiaJs 

qanke-prrmf ■liclllng'-liouMis. (*» £m ■ 
1002. Xain E,Jrana. S„ Qlam 2i) 

ROTH. DR U., of Eaasa. Hiun 
4S Wimpole Street. Cavendish Sqnt 
W.— DmwinK of ■ Ruaaioa Bath. i2rf 
the ■p(>ll(wlion of Btma ami mU Mi « 
»»tor in varinm f.irnu. {No. UOl^l 
fmJ (AiUprv, A. "rr Vtntmm lOAJl) 



Class XXXV. 



Cl*33 XXXIX. I 

r66S (1> A Large TtAAe at EIm 
tioni and Enirim ncivinliiig to I 
For tlie dovelnpniuiit of the « 
bodv. Modal* iit tlie sanie. 
for ^eacbiog tlie EKcrelim to tjw | 
Meani fur ibe Flijidual fSdiM 

CLAS3 XL. 

1666. Diagram, Tables r^ I 

Ptuuphlota on Iho PhndcaJ ' 

-^iloJTen. 



J667. peioelstok:, p. via 

(Agent, EKNA ROSENTHAJi. " 
wood). — tiptctftclcB. Foldera, an^ V 



and Jt 



An^iO'Biuffarjf. — Belgium. 



Class XLTIII. I Tyrol- 

.... ^ lSiu™tion c-a«.iS;. lateral <^y^U,r« \ "1^';}"'^^^'^^^'!^,'^^^^ ^ 



•otlins 



iiioiu whilo wntiDg. (8) MoJdB of bygie- I i""^'' "f.V'»"e" 

■■ tcbnol beaobes and ' * 

iilr-nt ti) leitD oomri 
B In »rho„l. {The 

r.lint; In Dr. RiAIi'b irminiiiiriiit are exD 
l■n.^^i It; tUo North of El I)! I and Soh'«l Fui 
iiinh.ne Co. !□ llie AJI-ecl Uall.) (A'u. lt!!)( 
p Esat Ctalral Ga Un/ A.} 



id ihiir* perruittiiig the ^{""i'^^. *"?• '" .» '^"f P™Per«tl« « 
irliiblv diinne liii oocuDa- '"' wliabilniiU, ninlo and feroule, 

a r,.,Li»« «h»ir> milo '''"^"g "'o lonB "''.let month*, and 



Class XLJXa. 

REYWOQKR. JOSEF, Reltschul- 
giusa 4. Vtanna. — (1) Ilousetiol.t Et^onoiny 
j<> GitIb' St'Li^Ia. 3} BtiKlt'lB of Mouiigrauu, 
itiiij LolU'ra, fiif «ewing anil oiubroiJeiy. (No. 
m j. Ihu"l AUm-l H'li'.) 

1668. SEHiaCHEA, C, S2 BurggasBe, 
Vienna.— Monegmniii, IiiitiiJa, and Uttigns 
fur eiDtimiilcr}' imd ilrnwiiig, 

t669. 8CHN£IX)EK. W., Grabea 27, 
Prague, Boliemla. (Agent, O. ENZIN- 
a£R. 8 W^ood Street Square, E.C.)^ 
(1) Metnl -M..iiOK.uiiia for E»lb^.i [fry. (8) 
Ne«dle-(lireft.lors fop ii-b in ili'muntarj Sohools. 

167a 8TROHMAYER, A., Steyrr (Up. 

rsr Auatria). (Agent, O. ENZINOER, 
Wood Street Square, EC,)-lu,lia-rubber 
Bt'ioipa for Embroidery Uintgiis. 



Class LI lie, 

1671. IiAira, JOSEF. <E CO., Tienna. 
— CBTTinBa in MeerKhaum and Amber. 
Aieeuted b; workmen who hare alndied al 
Apprenticeahip and TMhidntl Bchoola. Tlie 
Ourting of MeiMwhDUta and of Amber iuU) 
p<f>ea, dgarboldi^rB, &«., u an impi^rtant brnat-h 
af ViennsH) Industry, thanka ohii.Oy la the 
Moelleiit teaching in>parti.-d in Ibe MuDioipal 
Teolinital Schools and Cliusca for Workmen. 

1673. FODAITT, F. If.. 144, Haupt- 
MrasBO, Hemale, Vienna. ( Agent, 
CBARIiES LEHOFEH, ai5Iiong Lane, 
Bermondsey, aR)— (1) lukid Woml Work, 
pliin and oiil6iuT>d, veneers iii vsiinUB palteruB. 
V'ooil Moauie, nil bring ii|)ei'iDieni ut work ilouv 

bj artiians educated in rauuieipol teehniol Solectwl Display! of Unprepared Ani- 
' — '"" "' ' mal and Vegetable Substances used 



Caimon Street, E.G.— (1) Wood Carving* 

Diiide by j>eiiiiaiilB in thi- Curjialhian Mountninf^ 
on the Blopea of Galieia (Anilniin Poland), iu 
the diatricta of ZHkopano, Rvnianow, jte. Tho 
results of the toitinn in carrin;; imparted in Iha 
villoKe evening arhools duriug tho long wintvr. 
(2) Fanoy (looiia known ns " Vi,nuB Goodi," 
in ttuasia, CiilF iind Mnrot-co L»<tLer (purseii 
eigar-oa>ee, writiDB-eaupa, pmki t-buoka, &e.), 
as Bpn.'imHna uf a Tcaditig ViDnnoie Induatry, 
Che workmen nxieiTiiig inatroation at Teohuical 
or Apprenticoship Schools. 

Clam LIV. 

BOTH, Dr. H., of Kaesa (Hungary, ) 
48 Wimpole Street, Cavendiah Square, 
W.— (1) CollectioD of Models for TearbiDg 
PJiytii..al EiuiriBC. In the Blind. 

(2) Diagrams illugtrating the large proportion 
of prcTontible blinduess, and the causes lhei«ef, 
with rules for Ihe prev>ntiou of bliodneas in 
many eaaea. (No. 12Uti, E«iil Ccutnil Oallenr A 
{Sag ClatKt 18, ke.) 



BELGIUM. 

(Qumh's Oale Atenue.} 

SECTION I. 
QEOUP 1.— FOOD. 

Class I. 



achuol*. (2) Purseo, with onier casing of woo.! 
uioeaic, higlily polLsIiol, bo as to prevent the 
" Uaoteria, which are in so many i.a«ia the 
p>rniH of diseauM land wbieh often eling ti 
«mall fiily,r cinns). from adb.ring to il. 

1673. BAUBEaaBH, RATMUND 
(Iat« Iieopold Nagle), 28, Blebenstem- 
gaane, Vienna.— Cnrvinga in AleervliHiim, 
Anibct and Cherry Wood, to illunlnitv pmfl. 
ciency and gnnl tnsle of Viennese Worktnt 
tuuglit ^stcmatically. 



Food in various countries. Stuffed 
Specimens of Animals, Birds, Ac. 
Hodela, Drawings, and Dlustratioas 
of the same. 



S. INBTITUT AORICOIiE DE 
Ii'fiTAT. Osmblouz. — ftaniplcs of Cortals, 
runnius pari vl the luttitutu Oullectioas. 

Class II. 

Prepared Vegetable Subatanoea usod 
as Food, including Tinned, Com- 
proBsed and Preserved FruitB nnd 
Vegetaiiles. Bread, Cakes, and Bis- 
cuits or all Icinda. Tobacco. 



8. DETIEIOrB & CO.. L16ge.~Salt> 
rr.ni. Cli<ii<^l>M.» AlkuloidH. New dk" ' 
nil'inol al lliis MUliliBliiiiKbt. 

9. BOTTEHS, J.. t.lAe:e.--{l) Pniit 
t^ynipa. ('orn|ina(il eioliuivcly of III" ruttiKxl 
juice of iic»r» nud ajipW (2) IIi.«lrw)l Syni)!. 



Class III. 

Prepared Animal SubstanceH ueed as 
Food in a pi^eaerved form — Tinned, 
Bmoked, Baited, Compressed and 
Prepared Animal Food of all kinds ; 
Food produced by Insects, sucb 
Uonoy, Sio. 



II. 8CHUOEX.E St CO.. Ajitwerp. 

(1) l-ibil. l,uiiii.i liilrm-t •<! Mi'iit. (3) Ex- 
traiti i'rjidWa. (S) I'naurvul Muutit. 



Beverages of all kinds — (a) Alcoholic 

ill) Non-alcoholic; {f) InfUaiotlB (tea, 
coffee, cocoa, chocolate. Sic). 

la. COKNEI.I8. L. DieBt.^II<.,« fn.in 
II1U Crujqi tif IH7U, IKWI, lt<l<l ati<l W9S. (,6u 
No. 32.) 

13. MADAME DADR, P., Brussels.- 

I.iqudiira of ■ sjiixiiil niako f^'lll n |iuitIj »cgf 
tabk- Inuc, Hilh plaiil^. iii.it'i uiid llonL'rs. 

14. DE BEUCKETiAER, F.-X, Ant- 
werp.— A nlnurii V.\\\\r. 

15. DBWIMTBK FR^aiES, Oppobtb, 
—JAvr. Iloia iiiicljiiwiiiflii iiMxl lu browmg. 




19. JOVENSAIT, A^ Tonnil - I 
C1i<-n>IaU! ill Cnkt-* ami Puvder. |3)C-*>>1 
E^>wllt<r. (3) C'tm Boitct. (*) IImm 

(lift jiv*. aa A IP.) 



Billcn 

Rownct* r-T Ibu nutauIiiFtiuv c/ b^m j 
Cnri'di, JKl, fn>iD whicli tlmo an <Mprf 
CiilnariDp matter not coataiuing puiaoi. i*^ 
Btitote Tor hi>p« tanaed of Bstnral lanm** 
eslraelB, bating aualoKuns prop«itB. 1^ 1 
No* 35 4 15.1 

_^ Vve. PXTEUTE - PADWELB X 
FUiS) Xnverdinghe. — ShioiiIc* nl hfc- 

inKhc llni.», JS.sa. Biand C-L.P. 

2<. PONCEl.£rr(J.),a«diiiiML-OTai 

li^rdSoOaAuulate, PureA.-eliu Aeid,T>s.fa> 
rnoot-u tinted, aud of Ule uti«u^ tedgsatf 



37U. BTSTEBMAlrS FB^BSS, St 
Oiae8.-lk'lg>ai>lkt'n). 



28. VANDEHBRnaaHEN,et.(Hll« 



New Varieties of Pood. Pood Ibr I^ 
rants, Food for Inv-altds, Hew Coo- 
centrated Foods of all kinds. 

30. CORNiU^IB, X.., Diest.— Dr7 IVf> 
lolio preimrtxl iii rurtio. (Pxptoue rqiliasf 
■ix liiuuB itH weight of fnali iupai.> (/>■« Na 111 



. Sfuatollei,— 



* Cookeiy Practically Demonstratad. 

tm Economical Cooking, Workmsn's 

tind other Kitchens, Cheap Restau- 

Lk ranta, Bakeries, CaKs, Foreign 

^ Cookery, Ac. 

U «^ 80ciirE6 co-opijHATivi: ah- 

H MEHTAIRE, BniaselB.— I'liia ea-k-iy ii 
* pl.il[ini!irj|jic iu its iiuluii', but licws not diaLri- 



Class VII. 

The Chemlatry and Physiology of Food 
and Drink. The Detection of Adulte- 
ration, Uateriaia used as Adulterajits. 
Analyses, Food Constituents and 
Equivalents, Tablea, Dlftgrams, Sio. 



id, CEIJBSTIN SIMON, Barbenfon. 
— Muoiilaitnti) of chiiuiicul prod u els ami 



Diseases due to un^vliolesome and im- 
proper Food. Draivings and Uodels, 
of Animal and Vegetable Parasites, 
&c. 

35. L^ON IiEBON, Ixelles. Bruasels. 

~-lle CalrixiliiinB rn Brlgi'iuf, Paper rmd at 
the Lotiilim lutvrnaliouiU Cuuferecce, GtJi 
Soptember. 188i. 



36, DUBOIS, DR,, Libin.-Paper on 

Ti)bai¥i] and Uie Ditieaded arisiug fiom ila 

37, DDJABDIN, A., Ostdnd.— Eilcbeu 

AtianppiucQta and Variuiia Murrioea at the 
Uutid CualineutaJ, tbi' Difuc, l.>al(iDd, 

38, L^ON, ZiBBOH.IxeUes, Brussels, 
— Toruit Bt>irt&lilj sad its Cuuifi. Metliodii 



Apparatus and processaa for Con- 
serving, Storing, Conveying, and 
Distributing Fresh Food of all kinda. 

41. CLOSBET, JL, Hue d'Artola 6, 
Li6g«.— i>ri>cL'8a luriiif; Tor ila (Ibit-ci tbo Im- 
portitiuD iif U«at and olbtr Food PrudiKl* in 
tbeir NatumI Omidilicin by lifDiily preventing 
Dooompuition during tht liniB of tbeir Trans- 
port {taj tmm 4 lo C wveka) in all cliuiatea 

4J; IiOICQ, CK. E., neola-Bruxellss.— 
gnlphuroui Arid and BtBulphata of Girbon for 
ibn pruKorvalion of beer, nine, and tbe dia- 
infMtion ol burrolB, At. (S« No. 4'J,) 



Arid, BUulpliatu of Catbua and 
Hodu. Salipjclic Acid, OxjgBDited Water, | 
I'huuia Acid, Peiiuanguiale of Potaah. 



1 



QViMlifnitiun in lielgiiuu. 



40. LIUBOURa. J. B. (Oovemment 
Vet«rinary8urKeon)BruBBelB,— Pnmplilot 
OD the HRgutatlon of thu Inspvclion ol Pro* 
viiiona in lii-ueml, and of Dead Meat aud 
tUMUgli U-i-bolaea. 



. JOVENEAU, A,, TouraaL— Plana 

Diawingi of CliooolBic-niaJiing Hachtnoa 
New syotemii improved and jatti'lilud. 

45. IiOIC^CH.E., TToale-Bruxellea— 
Plana of nianufurturing ttutter aud Cheese. 
Fitliuga for both nittbods of work —vi^., Bl-- 
frigeration und ocalrifuBal force. (See No. 44.J 



47. DEPARTMENT OP T HW LNTB- 
RIOR, BrusBsla. — Variota publicMiona, 
laws, rni^latiouB, iiwtructious, £c, relating to 



GROUP 2.— CLOTHIHO. 
Class XI II. 



48. :^COI>ES PROFESSIONNELLBS 
DES TAXLLEDE8 DE BRUXELUS, 
Brussels. — (.'olki-liun of V.-strui^uti and 
rurioua works o\u.'ulixl bj Ibu pupiLi 



, 'i. QABRIEL, Z., Rue dea Longs 
Chariots 27, Brussels.— Brusbiti, Hbilt- 
>rk. Ac. 



iilTi 



■VAH T^ h"w^irg. U CQ-.^\«.-eS — 



BiUt aii& o\ii« ¥a\tl\c». 






to. MINNAJtBT-DEIPDTfT. Obent— 
O'llv^ll"!' of W<«d>u Ni«», both tmrj ud 

utillnary IimU- uTli<'1<M. 

SO. WAB DBFARTMEHT. Bruasels. 



nriikiii |<<-i'>-tntb1.. I.v uir: (1) Urrnl ('•«l »Drl 
Tn'MW't- "f a (Jurabini-tr. (S) CKak nf h 
ltiiru< ArlllLrriuBD. (3) (imU UM mtul 
Tivontn of > Foul AttiUuifuiAD. 



51. IM^VALBTTB - WEINKIOICHT 
BruseelB.— Stuffml Aniuiala. ippntoating Ibe 
Tcialljrii Uolgluiu. 



Class XVL 
Dresa fbr Sport. Hunting Suits. Ao. 

53. A8KER ' b£i>ROB. Bruasela. 

■liucB anil bi kwji utmlylit bi^'la wl.ieh havL- 
Si. DIEUDONN&, J., Somme-Tesiii. 

54. RASQDIN, J., Z.i6ge.— (1) W»U-r- 
tight I^lli'T. (8) Wl■^■IJl^..| B.-.1 T"ii« fnr 
n.'i>-airle wiiir ni><i )i|iiil>[>j;. (9) Military 
Articlii : LWlrilKs FouchcK. KiUe 8IiLig.. 
UvlM. Hoonl and Kiifmid IMli. 

55. VAN BLYPB - ORBWfi, Baint- 

Trond.- Rlmiiilil Jiirki'l fnr Liiimtic'a ; srvcn 
|ili-«w, clrmnd \ij pudlrirlis, v'lt. — t'irce Ifl pre- 
vciil Ibo palli-nt liiuiiK In* ilomitcli ; Lurgi- 
Strcvea, fbr um mIioii WBlktug: Uinllr, fnr uit 
nhta WHlking of during the night ; Sbackle (vt 
■low wiilkiiif;; (chuckle for nnUnary walking 
mid nielli uic : Ilniiili fur holdhig thu Tairea to 

tl.(^ \h.-\. 

56. tEUVRE DE8 VIEUX vilTE- 

M£NT8, BruaaelB.— S|>i>rLiiiiii!i of w<irk dU- 
rributfl l.y IIk^ (*.«■!.■!} : ilrpg*. Cliemio.', Apron, 
8lo.kiDKi>, (IniorLva, trirl." Cnpe, Woi.louKt, 
l^liirt. l'n>VM<ns 8bm« Uulwboa, fi.ija' Cap. 
(*we No«. es & 70.) 



C[,A- 



XVll. 



Class XVllL 

PubUcftUons and Litemtun. P , 

BUtiatics, DiagrmmM. Modala rM« 1 
to Qroup ZL 

ss. SCHOON jAira, gpoxraB, k* I 

aela.— SjKi imlitj (<.r Citm^h " 

js?. cEtrvius DEs voui vte J 

KEN'TS. Bi-ussalB.~P>unp).k«>. NMur I 

!).(' Kiil.a of thr Stvirtj. ripknUia rf * 1 
nii»,ij>ii. ami reiulta of ita «of>. -"■■'' 
*T.d IC) 

Cl.AW XIX. 

3CBcIiinsTT and Appliaaeea (br ibati 
parstion of articlm under OnN«n 

So. ASKER . b£i}R08, 

M»rhiiu< and T.h.ta r<r lli« ma 
ptillitig-uD of Bbixj platra of all kiaik 

60a. COIiAS, C, BmsMU 
or MiUintry. y .til Bultriu, *e. 
61. DEBAIVE, J., Kiinv.~(l)AiiiM I 

ehHrniid. Uwl, un<J bwii u, aJin.^, aal (^ 1 
ward] rc-vnipliiyt- J in Dtauiilaelu 11. 

63. IVHAENENS-aATHIEE. Qlxift 

— ll'daenviia' Knillin^ M.,rhin-- »ill tii» •> 
Hrlicliut for wtiJcb tiuuij-kiiillirFU » tniii'luni 



65. DEPARTMENT OP THB »■ 
TEBIOa, Bruasels.— ■" ■ 

^uWB, rpguliitiooa iiuitructiaiu, *c., a 
to Uroup Li. 

GBOUP 3.— THE D" 
C\.\ss XX. 
Dwellings, Hodels cutd Deai^ns fl 

sajne, and Specimens of BuU 

erected in the grouoda. Flttinsawd 
Acceaaorlea for IKreUlng- houMa 
CompIetety-fitt«d ApBrtmants. 



^S7- DOB, FUiS, BruBselB. — V.iri.-iti 
Co)l«ctii>na of llwltl* nf Ulovia and Kkius vit 

jiaml far ghyit-uutkini;. 




67. DUJAKDIN, ANT.. Oatoi 

|«r3l[vo Plana of Oatend in 187' 
I'hotugraphs af Villu on the Digi 
Villiu. Intornal Dcwretioaa. 

68. FUMIEBE, TH.. BroBMls. 
I'luuB for Workmen a Llwcliinga at Vol 

(2; L'-otitHriit'liou of a Giria' Schciol at 
lai VWo \ni VoB TvwmWa.MMWi. of ■' ' 






'•i|l 



[BON, Dr., NlvoUeB.— I'lsn of i> 
I of WnikmcDa Cnttip-d to shnw tic 
(Uii! Ibu lonlioal workiiuu a 
It pppprio'ur. El plitiiiilnry pumphlel. 
I WAR DEPAHTlOairr. — IIbt of 
MiliUr; IliiilHiiiga curiotrDi'tDil in 
a. U«rt..uk Biiiiifolion. P»uiphlel bj 
:..].,i,«l I', a. V«i. ciL-i, Bop.«rt 
I 71. ROSEL, PR., BruaselB.— Kiiriiiture. 
-( M. aOCI^T^ ANONYME ■ LA 
»COHBTRUCTION tNDDSTRIELLE. 
aBrUBB^ls. — W«in».(,Kir.K. Wi««l C..iiuin-v 
Pifc« u>.t FI.-,h„K, ,S«. No. 1..7.) 
; 73. V n . L E DB BHUXELLBa— Ga» 

r-fwory. i'-.rtfolU. of plBUS fof WoikuiUDB 

■DwalliagB. (/S« Nob. 95 & !«.) 

' Class XXI. 

pVKtar Supply and PuriflcftUon.— 

Xmafh. Filtora, Water-Ftttlngs, 
' Cisterns, &o. 

74. BOUaABD, A., Manage.— (J|4«» 

7S- NEUJBAM, A.. & DELAITE, 

I>l^.— ShilWIou of Iloiioea nfler l'*loo.|ii, 
PuHBcatirin nf Bewago WaUir liy phonpl.Btisi 



House Drains, their Construction sjid 
Ventilation. — Sewer disconnection ; 
Sinks, Traps, Gullies ; the Disposal 
sold Utilisation or House RefUee. 

76. DUCOBU. v., Jemmapes.— ruUnt 
t^.Dilar; I'lpcs in ei»rtheiiw«n!, to »uppl»nl 
liwd pipea is beer engiiu«, He. 

77. rumfcHE, THL — Daigui ai.d 
dvloilii for L.-tiinea. {See Ni>b. 74 A H(j.) 

78. OIBON, JH., BouflBoulx.— (li Drain 
•mlGMpipis, (3) funtiflBfor UlrinrB. Ne* 
8;>teBi of Syplixna Voulilator Bilo|rted in tlie 
City uf ItruiMcIii, 

79. 0RANDMAJ80N. 8., St. QiUoa.— 

DruinagB n-cupuiole with Bclf-ucling rtntilalor. 



Class XXIII. 

Wat«r and Esrtb Closets, Ash Closets, 

Commodes, Urinals, Dial nlbcti ng 

Powders and Fluids, Insect De- 

8a FUMIERE, TH., Bruaaela. — 

Ki.i.iin.-Iltd IT'jU Appliunt-ea for Lulrinen. (^e 
N.™. 71 & B:t.) 

fli. HOLUSANN. A., Brussels, — 
Ci'WL'W and Uriu ils. (*« No. 120.) 

83. LEOHXEN, C. F., Mons.— ftsnlUry 
Ufiijtiog Ai>pMn.lu». (»;« NiiB. »;^ S9 & 104.) 



84. ROUSSEAU, IzeUes.~(l) I^inne 

Appliantye. (2) Tbo Xucti'gnpU. an HppiiratiU 
forlho uasnf (iwipl,. blind by opoiileiiv ■hii'li 
may bo uuil bt writu wilbout a 1i;{l't iil iiiiflit, 
lo priBrrvi- tbH si^lil 0"J BiuelinrsU! ili-ftiotive 



Class XXIV. 
Qratas, Stoves, Kitcheners, 

Boilers, &c, for Domestic 

Apparatus for Heating and Warming, 

Smoke Abatement, &c. 

86. BOUON^AU, L., Scha«rbeek. — 
(1) Woika In Uecorativo Murl.le. (S) Murblo 
C imiiey Pieorit. tirie'.e ile Wnulntirl. 

ft;. DEVILLER3 & CO.. Brussels.— 

ItougU aud flni>cd H..ible». BU«k Mnrblo. 
Faory and OMinuiy Ch mmy ricH)es,Colunioi, 
Tabln. A[inHm.'DKi, S.iiiiir«». &<•. 

88. EVRARD, L., Laeken. — Hublo 
ChiDiney I'ieocs. 

fUSINE A QAZ DE LA VXLLE 
BRUXELLES. — (1) Plan foi an 
EouDoinic G'uu^. (2) I'Ikiu of an Klprntor for 
riil'nding Uoat Yoia. la, (3) Plan of a Caa 
It^tiuj; Apparutua. (4) Plun of an Apparatoa 
for the ln»(«iiinDi>oiu Uoitmg of Water. (&• 
Sob. 7y & 127.) 



Ventilators, Air Inlets and Outlets, 
Cubic Square of Rooms, Cowls, Air 
Straining and Cleansing. 
go. LECHEBN, C. F„ Mons.— Lighting 

an'l Vfntilatiiig Appliuuiros. (<S«s Noa. 3S, lU 

J: 101.) 



Ci^ss XXVI. 

Lighting Apparatus — 1 (i) Electrical 
Apparatus for Illumination and 
Domestic Use, Secondary Batteries, 
Electroliers, Accitmttlators, Sco.; (bj 
Apparatus for lighting by Oas, Gas 
Producers, Gas Meters, Gas Fittings, 
Chandeliers, &c. ; (c) Oil and other 
lamps; Mineral Oil, Wax and other 
Candles, Vegetable and Animal Oils. 
92. BOUOARD, A., Manage.— Chi moc^ a 

Gulls' E^c«,a.i»\ V«.-\Ae^vi» tei\;vga'«a^ ',?i'-* 

So. WG.-) 



05. NEOJEAN. A., <E DELAITE. 
LfAgre. — (1) KIcPtric Ligbl Apptratus. (2) 
1liiiiuiiri-Klt«U-lo HikchiDM, I'ilu*, Aconiuu- 
Utm*. (S) Clu UoBliQg Api«nlu«. (aV 
X<«.<il|,0-J. lOM.) 



ProvBntioa Apparatus — 
rtouTB, Portable EagineB.OoiiiMtlo 
Fira Bscapes. &c. 

97. ABUT. J.. Ixellei DeUiled plina 

Qiiil iti-otinn» i>f mrcitj rhimviey* deetioeil in 
CHsu of Hre tfl f.ipilituto eecapo ami aiJ Uio flre- 



CLAsa XSIX. 

Hatorialfl for Rmiit^ry Utmaa'Dtan ' 
tion, IToa ' pol«cmoaa FmbU uI 
WftU Papers, Floor OoVBrtogatWi* 
Able Decoration. &o. 

lOS BOTEZ4BBBOE, a^ A CO^Xdi 

— Nou-gnHsoDons Coloim. for ptp^n aidtev 
ntiva purposes. 

lotf. LEPtevHB, J^ OJwnt^-GA&i 
TiipeBU^. ImiUtion of Aociait !!(■• 

TiipeiitnfS. I'ateDtet] «jgtem. 



___ IS.. E., Bruasele. — Patent 

Eleotrio Fire Alnrm. (3) Klectric AppuatDB 
pmdaced hj tLu cuntwt or mercury with u 
plntinum plikts. (Sa No. 125.) 



Class XXVIII. 

Materials for Banltary House Con- 
atruction ~ Roofb, Walls, Damp 
Coiu-BBB, Solid Floore, Damp-Proof 
WftU-Coveringa, Cements, Sic. 

itB. SOCLfrri! ANONYME : LA 
CONSTRUCTION rNDUBTRIELLE, 
Brussels. — Lhimp rnwr Flcmrd. Ddmuiuu aaJ 
Caaaatl'6 ajatuui. (See So. 78.) 

103. REUJEAN, A., Sc DELAITE.— 

Universal UnmivProuf riuater, galvBDiu puiut. 
iiig on metnllio siiio, proieiitiog titst (&w 
No«. 81, S'J, 100.) 

104. DHBAN & CO.. Ath.— Pitch fur 

proreiitiag damp musonry, oxiJutlati of mctalii, 
BTiil fur ll'" '■'■-BorTulion of wood, pipoe, pnjHir, 



Cusa XXXI. 



i 



Baths, Bathing Requiaites, Publte 
Private W aah- ho uaea, Waahing Apt* 
ratus. Detergents. Appliancca V 
Personat Clean linesa^ ic. 
loS. ABERIiii, BrussAls.— (1^ T*p^ 

noil Funtituru. (3) Eai; Cba r. (S) Inntfi 

bed. 
KM. AOMZNISTBATIOir COlOni- 

NAIiP, Laekec— Burying Vaults. 

no. Bociirri! AiroimcB do 

BAIN ROYAL DE SRITXELUI. 

Bru8aels.-Pi;iTi of a Swimming £*ik IU% 

hoi/al de BruI'UfJf, 

III. BOUQABD, A., Manngtt.— Glw 
DrinkiDg YenaU. iSn No. 1»H.) 

iia. DE MARBATX. A„ Antweirp.- 
EsB if Jncf-n. Sanitary Perfuoiui; lot adi 
roODiB, balbg. tto. 

113. FELLENDAELS, O. H., Holen- 
beek St. Jean. — Easy Ctiair for cUutal aod 
Buigiool o|>tiralioiu. 

114. HOLLMANN, A^ Brtuaalk- 
Hallmatiii'ii Aiitiseptio for prirata nw and 
iimbuiaDoee. (Jtee No. 8T.) 

115. KEYSBR, A., St. Joeaa tan 
Noode. — Uvgiene aud NuraiDg tba Bict. 
Modtil of a lloiU tie Seeoan adopti.*) by the 
rommuues of l;k^hlverbeek and Bt. Jnan ten 
Noixlu fur tlieir scJiooIii and police alulioiw. 

116. LAVALLETTE-WEINK- 
HECHT, Brusaela— Skins, Furs, aui 
VcatamutH. 

ii6a. department OF THB IH- 
TBKIOR, BniBsela— Central StMo \aaii- 

ilioD EctiLblixbtntDL BegD^atiuna atui qiid- 

QD of appliniicua used, 

Ii6n. DEPARTMENT OF THE IN- 
TERIOR, Brussels.— Variona Publicutioua. 
"" fl, Ac, rolating to Oroup IIL 



QBOUP 8ft.— THE AMBULAKCE. 
Class XXXIa & XXXIa. 

Aid to Biok and Woiinded in War. 
Transport (-i) By Human Agency; 
Stretchers, Iiitt«re, Dhooliee, Falan- 
iLUuiB, Unndcarts, Stretchers on 
Wheela. OO By Animal Traction ; 
Mule I>itt«ra and Chairs, Camel and 
Elephant Iiitt«rB, Wheel Carriages, 
(c) By mechanical Ueans; Railway 
AmbulancoB, Bhip or Water Carriage. 
Treatment ('with portable appliances 
and portable drugs), (ii | On the 
Field. (/i> In Hut Hospitals, (o) In 
Tent Hospitals. Kaval and Military 
Hygiene. 

Aid to Sick and Injui*ed in Peace, 
Transport, (n) By Human Agency ; 
8Cret«hera, Litters, Dhoolles, Palan- 
quins, Hand-Carte. ('•) By Animal 
Traction; for Accidents and Injuries, 
for InrectiouB Diseases, lor Ordinary 
Bicknesa r) By Mechanical Means; 
Ball way Carriages for Sick and 
Invalids. Water Carriage. Treat- 
ment <with appliances). in) Hut 
Hospitals for Infectious Fevers and 
for Epidemic Diseases. CO Tant 
Hospitals. (<-) Hospital Ships. ('!) 
Furniture and Fittings for Siok 



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117. CrrV OF BBirSSELS, Bureau 
d'Hy^Ana,— <1) Firat aidinaueiorBMideDt 

niid Budilcn injiulea. Pieture munntod nn 
olntli. (2) Picture, relntiro tu tbe diitribntion 
of nmbulaLce hmU and Rppliaui^ea ilt BruwelB. 
Ctotb mouutod. (S) Dr. Le Bu;s' MbuiuI 
Fint Aid. Distributed to all jiotloelnen, ill 
men, watemien, mnrtiiariea Ac (4) Adii 
MotLtin: pHinphlet in Fienoh aiui Fleraiali 
lun tu everyiiOB makins a doclanitioii o( 
th at ttie BSlel de VilU. Tlie same in 
TiJinlar Knrin. (B) Description and llcsi;^ 
tnt a Hnituary. (6) Photogniph of an Ambu- 
Unoo WHEgoD for ixraona iiifooted with c.in- 
tHKinaB disetues. (7) Pbot^nipb of a Ham- 
mork Wui->:<>n. (8) Appamtin and Aid 
Appliaiiom ubi-<I at Urusst'lB in case-e of auriduut. 

118. WABDEPABTMENT.BruaaelB. 

—(11 4-Wli(*lGd Ambulanoe Wagguii. 1MS3, 
M.nlil. (2) 4-Wiieolod Phnnnwy Woggnn, 
IF(83, Model. (3) Pmf. CbaiidcIon'B Appnmtus 
uaeil in tbe Autwerp ScbcMil o( Fjfiotocbu?, 
with a viov i» mitigate the dangen FKon 
pnianning in the maiiuriiaturo of rulininate of 
lutTTury. (4 J Ba^ &e., dir infant rj 
raniiryambulanors, Dr. Uennsnt'a moilbl. . . 
C«u<lb(«rd Splint*, for tbo lapid lre«tmcjnt of 
Irsctarti, Dr. Merohie'l »j»tem, (8) Uptumelur 
1-y Dr. Loieeau. (7) School for Army Ciduts. 
I'Bjier*, bnoicH, &c. 

119. ofeVE, E., Brussels. — What li