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CIVIL SERVICE YEAR BOOK
SHEPPARD & ST. JOHN,
6, ST. BRIDE STREET, LUDGATE CIRCUS, E.C.
THE PUBLISHERS once more submit to the Public their annual issue of the CIVIL SERVICE YEAR BOOK. The information contained in the Book has been corrected to date; and the Publishers desire to acknowledge the courtesy of the heads of the chief Government departments who have kindly furnished them with the very latest information, so that the Book might be as accurate as it is possible to make it up to the date of publication. Fresh sets of examination papers are given; and the examination papers for the post of Assistant Surveyor of Taxes (which were published for the first time in the last Report of the Civil Service Commissioners) are now added.
The acknowledgments of the Publishers are due to Mr. G. C. Harcourt for the assistance he has rendered in producing a volume which will, it is believed, be found not only an indispensable guide to Candidates, but a valuable book of reference for members of all branches of the Service.
1 Tu Married Women's Property Act came into force, 1883 Dog Licences to be taken out
3 TH G. O. of I. R. B., 1883, forbidding use of "External
Annual Meet. of Subscribers of Customs Fund, 1883
Presentation to Mr. Hodgson, of G. P. O., 1882
[Influences" to obtain Promotion, &c.
Annual Meeting of Customs Orphanage, 1883
Mr. Hunt, Surveyor-General of Customs retired, 1883
Annual Meet. of P. O. Library and Literary Associ
31 TH Last day for Dog Licences
COAL OWNERS AND MERCHANTS, CONTRACTORS TO THE LORDS COMMISSIONERS OF THE ADMIRALTY, Supply every class of Coal for Domestic and Manufacturing Purposes, and at Reasonable Prices.
LONDON OFFICE: COAL DEPARTMENT, ST. PANCRAS, N.W.