Guide to Dublin charities [ed. by R.M. Barrett].

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Hodges Figgis & Company, 1884
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Page 51 - To bind together in one Society, ladies as associates and working girls and young women as members, for mutual help (religious and secular), for sympathy, and prayer. 2. To encourage purity of life, dutifulness to parents, faithfulness to employers, and thrift. 3. To provide the privileges of the Society for its members wherever they may be, by giving them an introduction from one Branch to another.
Page 40 - FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB CHILDREN OF THE POOR IN IRELAND.
Page 32 - School for a period of not less than two or more than five years, after first undergoing an imprisonment of fourteen days or more.
Page 32 - Table 6 shows that 78 per cent of the boys and 87 per cent of the girls were before the court for the first time in 1928.
Page 36 - ... aspects of western urban culture. Many of the older students receive training in occupational skills that will give them certain advantages in the labor market. Although few Ambonese children have gone on to high school and college, the majority of those continuing their education after grade school (93 per cent of the boys and 95 per cent of the girls) have attended vocational schools for boys and girls. This predilection...
Page 9 - About 58 per cent of the males and 48 per cent of the females of this category in 1961 were in urban areas, the corresponding figures in 1971 were 46 and 38 respectively. While only 8 per cent of the "others" in 1961 were females, this percentage was twice as large in 1971.
Page 54 - Drawing is taught to 90 per cent, of the boys, and 79 per cent, of the girls.
Page 51 - The object of this society is to promote the establishment and facilitate the conducting of Sunday Schools in Ireland, by disseminating the most approved plans for the...
Page 66 - Of the above, FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS has been invested in the names of SIR RN FOWLER, BART., MP; and three other gentlemen. Remittances towards this Fund will be thankfully received by any Member of the Committee, or by the Treasurer, Mr. JOSEPH ALLEN, 55, New Broad Street, EG, and by CHARLES H.
Page 18 - Applications for Appointment. — Applications for appointment must be made on a printed form to be obtained from the Secretary, Judicial and Public Department, India Office, Whitehall, London, SW, and to be returned to him not later than Wednesday, the 1st July 1908.

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