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WHICH 18 BUPTORTUD ENTIRRTY RY
Is constantly engaged in the following Directions:-
The Training of Fallen and Destituto The poor are visited in their own homes by
Women for Domestie Service. Our Visitors. Indiscriminato Reliet, therefore,
Horneless and Destitute Women are received is not administered.
at all hours of the day or night Rach case is
dealt with as it severally needs. The Assistance of the Better Class of
The_Providing a Holiday and Homo for Discharged Prisoners.
Poor Children. Only those desiring to do rightly are alded
Bach year over 200 sickly Uttle one have . from our Funds.
Fortnight's stay in our Ohildren's Holiday The Saving of Juvenlle offenders from
Home About 1,400 have a Day's Excursion. a Life of Crime.
The Providing a Permanent Home and They are taken by us into one of our Five
Orphanage for the Children of Boys' Homes, sheltered from evil influences,
Prisoners, and other Destitute found employment, clothed and fed, and saved
Children, from prison taint.'
Where tbe helpless little ones are sheltered
and cared for, receiving • sound Obristian The Assistance of Wives and Children
Training. of Prisoners.
The Providing a Seaside Convalescent They are left, pot intrequently, quite homeless
Home for the Deserving Sick Poor. and foodless. Their case is and indeed - How
The greater the need, the more readily is belp can we refuse to aid them?
Voluntary Contributions are our only source of income. Pipancial
Help is much needed now. WILL YOU GIVE IT?
TREASUROF. A. BEVAN, Esq., 64 Lombard Street, E.O.
SUPERINTENDENTWILLIAM WHEATLEY, 4 Ampton St., Regent Square, London, W.
JULY, 1905 .... OCTOBER, 1905.
TO BE CONTINUED QUARTERLY.
JUDEX DAMNATUR CUM NOCENS ABSOLVITUR.
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO., LONDON AND BOMBAY:
LEONARD SCOTT PUBLICATION COMPANY, NEW YORK.
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