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Appeal on behalf of the Chelsea Hospital for
THE Chelsea Hospital for Women has, in the last two years, nearly doubled its number of beds. and it is now the largest Hospital in the country devoting itself entirely to the treatment of diseases peculiar to women. Although these diseases include many of the worst forms of cancer, not more than two per cent. of its patients are lost-a remarkable witness to the skill of its medical and nursing staff. The Hospital also maintains a Convalescent Home at St.Leonards-on-Sea.
Contributions should be sent to [address removed]
8.45 . Appeal on behalf of the Dockland Settlement and Malvern Club's Council by CONSTANCE, DUCHESS OF WESTMINSTER
THE Dockland Settlement started just over twenty-five years ago up a side street in Canning Town, and it has grown steadily until it now includes twenty-five different clubs.
These form a chain through which boys and girls pass as they grow up. and their premises are in use by different bodies from midday onwards. The Settlement does not merely supply a pleasant place of recreation (itself a very desirable object in a neighbourhood like that around the Albert Docks) ; it influences its members by physical training. games, instruction in trades and crafts, and so on. and it also runs a Labour Exchange and does much to help ex-Service men and sailors in their difficulties. The present appeal is for tho fund to provide new buildings instead of the old premises, which have been long outgrown.
Contributions should be marked ' Dockland,' and sent either to [address removed], or to [address removed]


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