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STEEL BROTHERS & COMPANY
6, FENCHURCH AVENUE, LONDON, E.C. 3
PRINCIPAL OFFICE IN THE EAST:
622, MERCHANT STREET, RANGOON, BURMA
OF THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS
EXPERTS, CHIEF ENGINEERS, ETC.,
USE THE PATENTED ULTRA LENS
as part of their standard equipment in their inspection, production control and purchasing departments, for the close scrutiny of metals, fabrics, fibres, minerals, cuttingtools, raw materials and innumerable other purposes, with excellent results.
The patented ULTRA LENS is an Electric
Every detail is revealed in natural
It enables the user to obtain valuable
All sorts of tests can be made instantly, with a facility which no other means provides.
Immensely Practical, beautifully made. It pays
THE EASTERN BANK, LTD.
2 & 3, CROSBY SQUARE,
Conducts all Descriptions of Banking Business with the East.
EXECUTORSHIPS and TRUSTEESHIPS UNDERTAKEN
THE CHARTERED BANK OF
Incorporated by Royal Charter 1853
Drafts issued on the undermentioned Agencies
AGENCIES and BRANCHES
Alor Star (Malay States). Amritsar. Bangkok. Batavia. Bombay. Calcutta (two offices). Canton.
RESERVE FUND £3,000,000
HEAD OFFICE: 38, BISHOPSGATE, LONDON, E.C.2 117/122, LEADENHALL STREET, E.C.3
14/16 COCKSPUR STREET, S.W.1
WEST END BRANCH
The Nation's Pledge
to recognise its debt of gratitude to ex-servicemen. As LORD HAIG reminded the Public "The terms of the bond were simple, clear and perfectly well understood by every man and woman in the land. They were, that no man who went out to fight for his country in the crisis of its fate should be in a worse position on his return to civil life and that the dependants of those who fell should be amply and fittingly cared for."
exists to help the carrying out of the Nation's pledge. All moneys subscribed by the public to EARL HAIG'S (British Legion) APPEAL FUND are devoted solely to one or another of the benevolent activities of the British Legion. These activities cover a wide field, and include the relief of distress amongst ex-servicemen of all ranks, their dependants, and the widows and orphans of those who fell, such essential services as finding them employment, assisting and advising them on questions relating to pensions, granting loans, free of interest, to enable them to establish businesses, providing the means to enable them to emigrate, giving them free legal advice on housing, employment, and similar matters, helping to educate the children, and so give them a fair start in life, and serving generally to discharge the obligations incurred through the National Pledge.
Donations are urgently needed to help the "carrying on" of this vital work. Please send a Donation to
Capt. W. G. WILLCOX, M.B.E., Organising Secretary EARL HAIG'S (British Legion) APPEAL FUND 29, Cromwell Road, LONDON, S.W. 7