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Mathematics : on the Traversing of Geometrical Figures, Sanskrit Synonyms, a Tibetan-English Dictionary with,
J. Cook Wilson, Supp. to October 19, vi

Sarat Chandra Das, Lieut.-Colonel L. A. Waddell, Supp.
Mécanisme et Éducation des Mouvements, Prof. Georges to October 19, iii
Demeny, Supp. to October 19, V

Science : Prinzipienfragen in der Naturwissenschaft, Max
Menschen, Physiologie des, Dr. Luigi Luciani, Dr. J. A. Verworn, Supp. to October 19, viii
Milroy, Supp. to October 19, X

Synthetic Dyestuffs and the Intermediate Products from
Milroy (Dr. J. A.), Physiologie des Menschen, Dr. Luigi í which they are derived, the, J. C. Cain and J. F. Thorpe,
Luciani, Supp. to October 19, x

į Walter M. Gardner, Supp. to October 19, vii

Thorpe (J. F.), the Synthetic Dyestuffs and the Inter-
Naturwissenschaft, Prinzipienfragen in der, Max Verworn,

mediate Products from which they are derived, Supp.
Supp. to October 19, viii

to October 19, vii

Tibetan-English Dictionary with Sanskrit Synonyms, a,
PHanzenreich, das, Supp. to October 19, ix

Sarat Chandra Das, Lieut.-Colonel L. A. Waddell, Supp.
Philology: a Tibetan-English Dictionary with Sanskrit to October 19, iii

Synonyms, Sarat Chandra Das, Lieut.-Colonel L. A. | Traversing of Geometrical Figures, on the, J. Cook Wilson,
Waddell, Supp. to October 19, iji

Supp. to October 19, vi
Physiology : Guide to Finger-print Identification, Henry

Faulds, Supp. to October 19, iv ; Mécanisme et Educa Verworn (Max), Prinzipienfragen in der Naturwissenschaft,
tion des Mouvements, Prof. Georges Demeny, Supp. to Supp. to October 19, viii
October 19, v; Physiologie des Menschen, Dr. Luigi
Luciani, Dr. J. A. Milroy, Supp. to October 19, X

Waddell (Lieut.-Colonel L. A.), a Tibetan-English
Thysique, Education and, Prof. Georges Demeny, Supp. | Dictionary with Sanskrit Synonyms, Sarat Chandra Das,
to October 19, v

Supp. to October 19, jji
Psychology: Prinzipienfragen in der Naturwissenschaft, Wilson (J. Cook), on the Traversing of Geometrical
Max Verworn, Supp. to October 19, viii

Figures, Supp. to October 19, vi

December 14, 1905

RICHARD CLAY AND SONS, LIMITED,
BREAD STREET HILL. E.C., AND

BUAGAY, SUFFOLK.

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Library

A WEEKLY ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL OF SCIENCE

" To the solid ground
Of Nature trusts the mind which builds for aye." - WORDSWORTH.

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Zweite Relhe. Heft 8. (Schluss der 2 Reihe.)

G. SCHWEINFURTH und LUDWIG DIEHLS,
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Tasel 56. Ficus Sycomorus im Trockenbett des Anseba, Östlich

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Rosa abyssinica bei Halai, 2600 m. ü. M.
Tafel 58. Boswellia papyrifera am Nordabfall des Hochlandes von

Dembelas, oberer Barka.
Aloë Schimperi am Eingange zur Schlucht von Gua,

2200 m. ü. M.
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ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.

NORTHERN POLYTECHNIC The ANNIVERSARY MEETING of the Society for the ELECTION

INSTITUTE, of PRESIDENT and COUNCIL, &c., will be held in the THEATRE, BURLINGTON GARDENS, on Monday, May 22, at 3 p.m., the

HOLLOWAY, LONDON, N. PRESIDENT in the Chair.

(Close to Holloway Stn., G.N.R., and Highbury Stn., N.L.R.) In place of the Annual Dinner of the Society a BANQUET in honour of the retiring President, Sir Clements R. Markham, K.C.B., will be held on

LONDON UNIVERSITY SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING the Evening of the Anniversary Meeting, May 22, at the Hotel Metropole,

DEGREES. Whitehall Rooms, Whitehall Place, at 7.0 p.m. for 7.30. Dinner charge. Day and Evening Courses in the above under recognised teachers in61 15. Friends of Fellows are admissible to the dinner as far as space will

MATHEMATICS,
permit. Applications for tickets should be in ide to the Chief Clerk,
i Savile Row, Burlington Gardens, W.

PHYSIOS,
LEONARD DARWIN, Hon.

CHEMISTRY,
J. F. HUGHES,
Secretaries.

ENGINEERING.
I Savile Row, Burlington Gardens, W.

Separate Laboratories for Elementary, Advanced and Honours students, exceptionally large and well equipped.

RESEARCH. At the SOUTH-WESTERN POLYTECHNIC,

Accommodation and apparatus provided for research in either Pure or Manresa Road, Chelsea, ș.W., Day College Courses of thirty hours

Applied Chemistry and Physics, and Engineering, in rooms specially per week are conducted in preparation for the London University

adapted for this purpose. Degrees of B.Sc. in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, in Chemis

Full particulars at the Institute or sent on receipt of postcard. try, Physics and the Natural Sciences. The composition fee for the

REG. S. CLAY, D.Sc., Principal. Session of three terms, 1904-1905, is 415. These Courses are recog; nised for "Internal Students of the University, and consist of lecture and laboratorv instruction. The Courses are conducted by:MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, W. W. F. Pullen, A. Macklow BEDFORD COLLEGE FOR WOMEN. Smith: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, A. J. Makower; CHEMISTRY, J. B. Coleman, J. C. Crocker, and F. H. Lowe;

(UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.) MATHEMATICS and PHYSICS, S. Skinner, W. H. Eccles, J. Lister and L. Lownds; BOTANY, H. B. Lacey and T. G. Hill;

YORK PLACE, BAKER STREET, LONDON, W. GEOLOGY, A. J. Maslen. In the evenings similar Courses will be

ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS. conducted, but at £2 per Session. Alo TECHNICAL DAY COURSES of three years' duration are arranged as a preparation for

A Reid Scholarship in Arts, annual value £31 10$. first year, £28 7s. the Engineering, Electrical and Chemical and Metallurgical pro.

second and third years, and an Arnott Scholarship in Science, annual value sessions. The Laboratories and Workshop are open for RESEARCH

648, boih tenable for three years, will be awarded on the results of the under the direction of The Principal and the Heads of Departments.

examination to be held at the College on June 28 and 29. For further

information apply to the PRINCIPAL. Further particulars may be obtained on application to The DEPARTMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN SECRETARY, who will send either the Day College Prospectus and

TEACHING. Calendar or the Evening Class Prospectus for 31d. The Prospectuses

Students are admitted to the Training Course in October and January. may be had at the Office for id. each.

Two Scholarships. each of the value of £10, will be awarded for the course of Secondary Training beginning in October, 1905.

Applications should reach the HEAD OF THE TRAINING DEPARTMENT EGYPTIAN GOVERNMENT

not later than July 7, 1903. SCHOOLS.

UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM. In view of the extension of Secondary

Education in Egypt, applications are invited for new ASSISTANT-MASTERSHIPS in Secondary Schools

FACULTY OF SCIENCE. under Ministry of Public Instruction, Masters to begin work in September, in Cairo or Alexandria, and to teach in English exclusively. Over 400 boys

PROFESSORSHIP OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. in each school, mainly Mohammedans. In the case of one of the Masters The Council of the University wish to elect a Professor of Civil now required, the subject mainly essential is Science (Experimental Physics Engineering to co-operate with the Professors of Mechanical and Electrical and Chemistry); six of the new Masters will be principally engaged in Engineering. He will have charge, with an assistant, of the teaching of teaching Mathematics (Arithmetic, Geometry, and Algebra); the others will Surveying, Strength of Materials, Hydraulics, and other branches of Civil be concerned more particularly with the teaching of English. Candidates Engineering, and will superintend the laboratories for Hydraulics and must be not less than 23 nor over 30 years of age, have a robust constitution, Strength of Materials. and have taken a University Degree in Honours. They must have ex. The Stipend will be £600 a year. perience as Teachers : preference will be given to applicants who hold a The Professor will be allowed to take Higher Consultative work, to keep Diploma in Teaching.' Salary, £295 per annum (£Eg.24 per mensem), in touch with Civil Engineering practice, provided that it does not interfere rising to 393 per annum (£Eg. 32 per mensem). Allowance for passage with his University duties. out to Egypt. Teaching hours, on an average, four daily, Fridays only Applications, accompanied by seventy five copies of testimonials, should excepted. Summer vacation not less than two months.

be received by the Secretary, not later ihan May 20. Applications, with full statement of qualifications, and accompanied by The successful Candidate will be expected to begin his duties on copies only of testimonials, must be sent in before May 15, 1905, marked October 2, 1905. outside Assistant Masterships," and addressed to the SECRETARY- Further particulars may be obtained from GENERAL, Ministry of Public Instruction, Cairo, Egypt, to whom

GEO. H. MORLEY, Secretary. candidates may apply for further information.

THE AGENT-GENERAL for the CAPE THE VICTORIA

OF GOOD HOPE has been instructed to receive applications for

the vacant post of PROFESSOR OF ZOOLOGY to the SOUTH UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER. AFRICAN COLLEGE, CAPE TOWN, up to June r next.

Candidates must be under 35 years of age, and their applications sbould GARTSIDE SCHOLARSHIPS of COMMERCE and INDUSTRIES.

be supported by copies of testimonials and a medical certificate. Three Scholarships may be awarded in June.

The salary offered is £500 per annum on apprintment, 4600 per annum Candidates must be of British nationality, and over the age of 18 and

after three years' service, 6700 per annum after ten years' service, under the age of 23 at the date of election.

together with a merit grant of 675 per annum alter five years, increasing The scholarships will be tenable for two years, and of the value of £80

to £100 after ten years.. the first year (which must be spent at the University) and from £150 to

An allowance of £50 will be made to cover the cost of the journey to the £250 the second year (which must be spent in the study of subjects bearing

Colony. on Commerce in the United States, Germany, or other country or countries

The accepted Candidate is to assume duty in Cape Town during the first approved by the electors).

week in July, or so soon thereafter as possible. Candidates must send in their application, together with testimonials of 100 Victoria Street, London, S.W., good character and record of previous training, on or before June 1, to the

May 2, 1905. REGISTRAR, from whom surther particulars can be obtained.

NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY.
There is a vacancy for a JUNIOR ASSISTANT in the Metallurgical
Department.

His duties will be to assist in the Alloys Research work, and in the general work of the Department.

It is important that he should have had practical experience in the manu: facture of Copper Alloys on a commercial scale.

Stipend, 6150 a year.
Applications should be made in writing to the DIRECTOR, National

PRACTICE)
In BIOLOGY, BOTANY, CHEMISTRY and PHYSIOLOGY for
MEDICAL EXAMS.

Especial Course of Instruction in THERAPEUTICS, PHARMA.
COLOGY and MICROSCOPY for INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY
EXAM.

Mr. FREDERICK DAVIS, The Laboratories, (Registered in Column B (Advanced Education), Teachers Registration

Council, Board of Education, S.W.),

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