I) KB KETT ADVERTISEMENTS. OFFICES SLATERS DETECTIVE OFFICES (SLATER'S), 27, Basing- hall Street, London, E.G. For Divorce, Secret En- quiries and Watchings r Tracing Missing Friends, and all cases of a confi-
- dential nature. The special
feature of this establishment is the large staff of Experienced Detectives of all ages and sizes. Lady Detectives a speciality. The only acknowledged establishment of the description in the City of London" Vide Press. DIVORCE. SLATER'S DETECTIVES (Male and Female) have been successful in every case wherein engaged in the Divorce Court for the past seven years. FACILE PRIXCEPS stands the above-named office for ability in conducting, to a successful issue, intricate matters requiring the greatest amount of discretion. Municipal Review. Telephone No. 900. Telegraphic Address " DISTANCE, LONDON." TERMS MODERATE. CONSULTATIONS FEEE. HENRY SLATER, Manager, 27, BASINGHALL STREET, LONDON, E.G. (Near the Bank of England.) IRISH DISTRESSED LADIES' FUND. Patron Her Majesty THE QUEEN. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. President H.R.H. the Princess LOUISE, Marchioness of Lome. nce.PresidentHei Grace the Dowager Duchess of MARLBOROUGH. Chairman The Marquis of WATERFORD, K.P. The Marchioness of Waterf ord The Lady Mary Howard. The Countess Waldegrave. The Countess of Bective. The Lady Emma Talbot. The Lady Agnes Daniell. The Lady Arthur Hill. The Dowager Lady Westbury. Miss Leslie. Miss Craigie. Gen. Sir Henry de Bathe, Bt. Lieut.-Col. Davidson. Lieut. -Col. Hatton. E. Parker Young, Esq. Augustus Hill, Esq. Robert Martin, Esq. The Hon. Mrs. Swinton. Lady M'Clintock. Lady Pontifex. Mrs. Gochen. Mrs. Hatton. Mrs. Lecky. Mrs. Montgomerie. Mrs. Edgar W. Brodie. Hon. Treasurer H. H. PLEYDELL BOUVERIE, Esq. Bankers Messrs. Barclay, Ransom & Co., 1, Pall Mall East, S.W. Manageress (Work Depot) Miss Leahy, 17, North Audley Street, W. The Committee APPEAL very earnestly for FUNDS to enable them to help- those ladies of Ireland who depend for their support on the proceeds of Irish property, but who, owing to the rent difficulty and causes beyond their own control, have been reduced to absolute poverty. Relief is given independently of any question of politics or religion. Employment is found, when possible, for those able to work. Pecuniary help is given to the aged and infirm. Education of children is, in cases, paid for. The work of these ladies is on sale at the depot, 17, North Audley Street. Orders are gratefully received for trousseaux, layettes, and work of every descrip- tion plain and fancy. The Committee will be grateful for gifts of clothing, boots, and blankets. The charity does not employ collectors. Offices at.d Woik Depot : W. M. LEES, Lieut.-General, Secretary 17, North Audley Street, W.