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from 5.30 to 6.30 p.m. The Nottingham course, consisting of two lectures a day, from September 16 to 20 inclusive, takes place at the University College. The Swansea course is on the five successive Saturday mornings from October 5 onwards. Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary, Miss Halford, at t, Tavistock Square, W.C.1.

The London Academy of Music is holding a holiday course for teachers at 22, Princes Street, Cavendish Square, W., from Tuesday, September 17, to Saturday, September 21, inclusive. The course will include : Lectures and discussions on Rhythmic Method Principles and their practical application to piano and other work; Ear-training ; Harmony; Practical Class Teaching; Voice Production, and Sight Singing on Rhythmic Method Lines. The fee is £5 55., but two or more students coming from the same school or town will be charged at a reduced rate.

The Babies of the Empire Society, the headquarters of which are at 29 and 31, Trebovir Road, Earl's Court, S.W., are offering to provide during the coming winter free courses of training to twenty fully qualified general hospital nurses and maternity nurses. Application should be made to Dr. Truby King at the above address.

The sixth course of lectures on “ Public Health Problems under War and AfterWar Conditions,” given under the auspices of the Royal Institute of Public Health, will commence in October. Particulars may be obtained on application to the Secretary, R.I.P.H., 37, Russell Square, W.C.1.

The Council of the National Health Society have arranged for courses of training for health visitors, infant welfare workers, &c., to commence in September. Course I covers : (a) Chemistry and Physics in relation to Food, Water, Soil and Air ; () Statistical Methods; (c) Municipal Hygiene; (d) Sanitary Law; (e) Building Construction and Reading of Plans, Course II covers : (a) Chemistry and Physics in relation to Food, Water, Soil, Air and Ventilation; (b) Statistical Methods; (c) Municipal Hygiene; (d) Elementary Anatomy and Physiology; (e) Infant Hygiene and Child lelfare; (D) Infectious Diseases; (g) Tuberculosis and its Prevention ; . (h)

Sociology. In addition, special lectures will be given, and visits made to places of public health interest. Each student will be required to take practical training in the care of infants and children, unless she already holds the C.M.B. For further particulars application should be made to the Secretary, National Health Society, 53, Berners Street, London, W.1.

The Royal Sanitary Institute commences its autumn courses of lectures and demonstrations at go, Buckingham Palace Road, S.W.1, as follows: For Sanitary Officers, Monday, September 16; for Women Health Visitors, Wednesday, September 18; for Child Welfare Workers, Monday, September 23. Further particulars may be obtained from the Secretary of the R.S.I.

At the Battersea Polytechnic the following courses of lectures are likely to be of service to those training for child welfare work and social service : (1) Day courses of training for Child and Infant Welfare Workers, Health Visitors and Sanitary Inspectors, commencing Tuesday, September 24; fee £14. (2) Evening courses of training for Health Visitors and Sanitary Inspectors, commencing Monday, September 30; fee £2. (3) Special courses of thirty-three lectures and classes on Maternity, Infant and Child Care, commencing Thursday, October 3, 9.30 to 10.30 a.m. ; fee, £i 5s. for the course, or ios. per term (three terms). (4) Short course of ten lectures on the Care of the Infant and Young Child, commencing Monday, September 30, 5.30 to 6.30 p.m.; fee 5s. (5) Special course of lectures for Factory Welfare Workers on the Hygiene of the Factory and the Health of the Factory Worker. (Length of course, day, time and fee to be arranged.) (6) Course of ten classes in First Aid, commencing Monday, September 30, 3 to 5 p.m. ; fee 6s. 6d. (7) Course of ten lectures suitable for Social Workers, on “Local Government,” commencing Monday, September 30, 3 p.m.; fee 5s. (8) Day and evening classes will be held in Personal, Domestic and Municipal Hygiene and Sanitation. (9) Day and evening classes (lectures and practical) will be held in Physiology. Further particulars may be obtained on application to the Secretary, Battersea Polytechnic, S.11.11.

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GREAT THOUGHTS ON CHILD LIFE AND

CHILD WELFARE.

Under this heading are gathered quotations from the works of those who have formed ideals or dealt

with actualities relating to child life and child welfare. It is hoped that many of our readers will assist in the compilation of this page by sending any helpful thoughts which they may have found of service in their own experience or discovered in the course of their general reading.

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• O little feet ! that such long years

Must wander on through hopes and fears,
Must ache and bleed beneath your load;
I, nearer to the wayside inn
Where toil shall cease and rest begin,

Am weary, thinking of your road !”
HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW.

A deeper appreciation of the worth of individuality will lead the teacher to foster it indirectly by influencing the tone of the school and working against the powerful tendency of the crowd-mind to suppress all divergence from the common pattern of ideas and sentiments. His success here, as elsewhere, will depend largely on his being himself an embodiment of the attitude which he seeks to develop in others. The more he impresses his boys as being himself a person of distinguished intelligence and character, and the more he shows himself to be consistently a respecter of individuality in others, the more likely is he to be able to develop in the collective mind of his little community, not only a toleration, but a warm appreciation of all indications of worthy individuality in its members, including the expression of independent views and preferences."

JAMES SULLY.

. When we were children, we did sigh to reach
The eminence of a man ; yet in our thought,
And in the prattled fancies of our speech,
It was a baby-man we fashioned out ;
And now that childhood seems the only leech
For all the heartaches of a rough world caught,
Sooth is, we wish to be a twofold thing,
And keep our present self to watch within."

ARTHUR HENRY HALLAM.

INDEX.

This Index to be used in conjunction with the Table of Contents.

PAOE
ABSTRACTS and Extracts 27, 87, 137, 181,

232, 285, 335, 380, 425, 475, 519, 571
ACKROYD, THOMAS R.: The Dependent

Child and the Responsibilities of the
Siale

322
ACKROYD, THOMAS R. : Holiday Camps
for City Boys

417
Adolescence

51, 80, 201, 233, 427
Adolescent, Education of the 83, 148
Age, Old ...

361
Agricultural Work for Schoolboys 433, 444
Air Raids ...

145
Alcohol, Action of

440
Alcoholism and Insant Mortality

557
Alcoholism and Mental Deficiency
America, History of

499
America, Child Welfare in

355, 386
American Schools

253
Annuals ...

III, 207, 253
Antenatal Care
Ariihme:ic

509
Association for Moral and Social Hygiene 149
Atmosphere, Psychological

568
Auto-erotism

PAGE
Boys, Holiday Camp for

417
Boys' Training Ship

217
Bradford, Infant Death-rate in...

560
Bray, R. A. : Juvenile Welfare

76
Bread, War

229
Breast Feeding and Infant Welfare
(James Oliver)

4
Breathing Exercises

363
British Gymnastics (Beatrice E. Bear) 329
Broncho-pneumonia

187
Byers, Sir John: Problem of Mater-
nity and Child Welfare

169

...

458

378

426

258

Babies' Haven

526
Baby Week

388, 398, 454, 494, 502, 517
Baby Week Children's Essays

163
BEAR, BEATRICE E. : British Gymnastics 329
Bible Study

343
Binet and Simon Tests and the Investi-

gation of Mental Defects in Children
(John Priestley)

132
Binet-Simon Mental Tesis

196
Birth Control

357
Births, Illegitimate

209
Birth-rate ...

.45, 170, 255
Birib-rate in Germany

430
Birth-rate and Housing

437
Birth-rate during War

209
Blindness and Eurhythmics

369
Blindness due to Squint...

178
Boatmen, Boys as

218
Books for Children

532
Books and Periodicals

41, 102, 150, 194,
244, 298, 342, 390, 439, 488, 528, 580
Bottles, Feeding

14
Boy Scouts

56, 89, 400
Boy Scouts in Ceylon

414
Boy Welfare

42
Boys, Books for

105

CALDECOTT Community

494
CAMERON, H. CHARLES : Nervous
Child in Sickne-s

563
CAMPBELL, HARRY: Feeding of Chil:
dren in War Time

229
Camp Fire Girls ...

332
Camp Schools

154
Carnegie United Kingdom Trust

39, 285
Caseinogen

II
Central Control Board

300
Ceylon, Child Wellare in

409
Charity and Educational Experiment

445
Child Betierment, a Pioneer of

210
Child and the Cinema (Mary Horne)

471
Child and the Home
Child Labour

165
Child Life, Conservation of

313
Child Life, Enenies of ...

290
Child Life and Research

184
Child in the Midst (A. E. Garvie)

79
Child Pensions

161
Child, Nutrition of the

515
Child Training and Qualities wrongly

termed Moral (Frederick J. Gould)... 24
Child Psychology

342
Child Training, Practical

542
Child Welfare in America

355, 386
Child Welfare in Ceylon (Walter Peiris) 409
Child Welfare and the Churches

571
Child Welfare and the Cinema...

162
Child Welfare and Civic Responsitilities 457
Child Welfare and Family Income 460
Child Welfare and Ma ernity 143, 169
Child Wellare and a Ministry of Health 519
Child Wellare and Parents

546
Child Wel'are, A Pioneer of

115
Child Welfare in Scotland

285

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283

...

316

93

DANCES

542
Day Nurseries

295
Deaths, Congenital

173
Death-rate, Infant

335
Decimal Association

109
Decimal Coinage

204
Delinquent Child (W. Clarke Hall)
Deliquents, Juvenile

249, 260, 265
Dental Defects
Dental Treatment

96
Dependent Child and the Responsibili-

ties of the State (Thomas R. Ackroyd) 322
Diaries and Calendars

160
Diarı hea, Epidemic

554
Dietary for Boys ..
Dietary in Old Age

364
Disabled, Problem of the

105
District Nurses

35
Drink Trade, Control of

300
DRUMMOND,

MARGARET : Number
Teaching

509
Drunkenness, Convictions for
Dummies ...

242

88

261

PAGE
Child Welfare and State Services 30, 92, 142

184, 237, 290, 338, 384, 430, 482, 522, 573
Child Welfare and the State

299, 322
Child Weltare and the Work of National

Organizations and Institutions 35, 100, 146

192, 240, 295, 340, 386, 434, 485, 526, 578
Child Welfare Work, Training for 240
Child Welfare and Unification of Direc-
tion and Control

139
Child Welfare and the War (H. Mac-

naughton-Jones)
Child Welfare and War ... 119, 190, 356
Child Welfare and Women Patrols

340
Childhood, Recollections of

194
Childhood, Second

361
Child's Bookshelf

344
Children, Blind

369
Children, Blinded soldiers'

107, 495
Children, Books for

532
Children in Ceylon, Defective

415
Children and the Cinema

274
Children's Country Holidays Fund 387
Children's Courts

72, 280, 339
Children's Department, Home Office ... 260
Children, Destituie

71
Children, Feeble-minded

18, 102
Children, Feeding of

250
Children, French...

260
Children, Illegitimate

573, 584
Children, Income-tax Reduction for

436
Children, Institutional Care of

475
Children's Jewel Fund

297
Children, Jewish

214
Children's Meals

385
Children, Mentally Defective 18, 102, 132
Children, Neglect of

485
Children, Nervous
Children and Pawnshops

278
Children under the Poor-Law

325
Children and Prudery

505
Children, Rations for

87, 191, 306
Children's Reading
Children and Religion

41, 57
Children, Sanatorium for

121, 405
Children's Sayings

391
Children, School for Tuberculous 405, 423
Children, Songs for

44, 355
Children, Tuberculous
Children's Year in America 303, 355, 431, 481
Christianity and Sex Problems ... 440
Churches and Child Welfare

571
Cinema and the Child 162, 274, 420, 471
Cinema and Eyesight

204
Civic Responsibilities with Regard to

Child Welfare (Harold Scurhield) 457
CLARK, Ruth: Round the Camp Fire 332
Connaught, Infant Death-rate in 560
Conservation of the Nation's Child Lise

(Sir Charles Cheers Wakefield, Bart.) 313
Constipation

365
Convulsions

186
Cookery, Teaching of

515
Correspondence 50, 107, 157, 204, 249, 303,

350, 398, 444, 494, 539, 584
Country Holiday Movements

71

563

212

578

121

EDUCATION of the Adolescent ... 80, 8;
Education of Adolescent : A Question
of Methods (E. M. White)

83
Education Bill, 1918 30, 73, 323, 338, 444,

482, 540
Education and the Child

107
Education, Continued

500
Education of Feeble-minded Children... 18
Education, German and English

152
Education, Medical Report, Board of ... 92
Education and Play

153
Education, Sex 401, 425, 439, 466, 505
Education after the War

380, 382
Educational Needlecraft Association
Educational Work in Scotland ...

187
Effects of Industry on Maternity and

Child Welfare (Mrs. Sarah Mac-
donald)...

377
Emigration

145, 257, 577
Employment and Motherhood

81, 293, 377
Employment of School Children

32
England and Wales, Birth-rate in

170
England and Wales, Infantile Mortality
in

171
English Association
Eurhythmics

181, 201, 541
Eurhythmics and the Welfare of the

Blind Child (Miss Marguerite Mere-
dyll)

369
Evolution of a Boys' Training Ship
(A. L. Scott)

217
Excitability

569
Experimental Schools

192
Eyesight and Cinema

204

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496

138,

378

GALLICHAN, W. M. : Prudery and the
Child

505
Games
Garvie, Rev. A. E.: The Child in the
Midst

79
Gardens, Educational

157
Gardening

539, 581
Germany, Infant Welfare in

430
Girl Guides

497
Girls' Camp Fire...

332
Girls, Delinquent

320
Girls in Institutions
Girls' Patriotic Union

305
Girls, Workiug
GOULD, FREDERICK J.: Child Training

and Qualities wrongly termed Moral 24
GOULD, FREDERICK J. : Making of the
Child Citizen

420
Great Thoughts 64, 120, 168, 216, 264, 312,

1360, 408, 456, 504, 552, 594
Gymnastics

43, 44, 543
Gymnastics, British

329
Gymnastics, Swedish

128

PAGE
Homes, Healthy

259, 458
HORNE, MARY : Child and the Cinema 471
Housing

259
Housing and Birth-rate ...

437
Housing and Infant Mortality

292
Housing in Scotland

287
Howard Association

260
Hygiene, Sex

310
ILLEGITIMACY 209, 287, 296, 308, 319,

351, 573, 584
Illiteracy

71
Importance of Ophthalmic Supervision

in Nursery Schools (A. Hugh Thomp-
son)

178
Impressions of National Baby Week,
1918 (Eric Pritchard) ...

517
Income, Family ...

460
Income Tax Reduction for Children 436
Industrial Health and Efficiency

522
Industrial Schools in Ceylon

413
Industry, Civic Value of

421
Infant Mortality 143, 171, 172, 184, 258,

290, 553
Infant Mortality in America

355
Infant Mortality and Employment of

Women...
Infant Mortality in Germany

430
Infant Mortality in New Zealand

357
Infant Welfare and Breast Feeding

4
Infant Welfare and the Midwife

53
Infant Wellare in New Zealand

175
Infants, Feeding of

4, 401
Infants. Milk Supply for

237
Insants' Sanitary Equipment

252
Influence of the Psychological Atmos.

phere on the Actions and Future Life

of the Child (Maurice Craig)...
Inspection of Schools, Medical...
Institutional Training
Ireland, Birth-rate in

170
Ireland, Infantile Mortality in ...

171
Jewel Fund, Children's

297
Jewish Children

214
JOHNSTONE, E. R. : Feeble-minded
Children

18
Joseph, G. W. N. : Nutrition of the Child 515
Juvenile Delinquency (Robert Peacock) 265
Juvenile Offenders 205, 249, 260, 265, 316
Juvenile Welfare (R. A. Bray)...

76
Jukes Family, The

391
KENSAL House London County Council

School for Tuberculous Children (Miss
M. Hagon)

423
King Alfred School Society

37
KIRK, Sir JOHN: This Way and That
Way

65
Kitchens, Central

158
LEAD Poisoning ...

434
Library, Children's
Life-saving Society, Royal

449
London School for the Blind

369
London School Children

524

478

428

568
576
478

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316

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HAGON, M.: Kensal House London

County Council School for Tuberculous
Children

423
Half-time System of Education

31
Hall, W. CLARKE: The Delinquent

Child
Heads, Cleansing of Children's...

207
Health, Ministry of

398, 519
Health, Industrial

522
Health, Preservation of

363
Health of School Children

92
Health Workers

517
Heredity

547
History, Study of

250
Holiday Camps

417
Holiday Camps for City Boys (Thomas
R. Ackroyd)

417
Holidays, Country

212

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71, 387
Home and the Child

258
Home Office Children's Department 260

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