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(a) 'The Josephine Butler Centenary. A Public meeting will be held on Tuesday May 15 at 2.15pm in St William's College. Speaker Dame Edith Lyttelton DBE. Subject: 'Josephine Butler, Her work in the past and in the present'. Chairman: His Grace The Lord Archbishop of York. Supported by the Sheriff of York and others followed by a service in the minster Preacher at 3.30 The Archbishop of York. All are cordially invited. Admission free. Collection at service.'
(b) 'Josephine Butler Centenary. A commemoration meeting will be held in the Haslemere Hall, on Monday May 21 at 8pm in honour of Josephine Butler. Speaker Miss Alison Neilans. Chairman: Major Gen Sir John Daniell KCMG. There will be a special commemoration service at the Haslemere Parish Church on Sunday May 20 at 3pm. Preacher: The Rev DE Seccombe Secretary White Cross League. All Denominations have been invited to take part in this Service'
(c) 'Josephine Butler Centenary. A special service of commemoration and thanksgiving will be held in Rochester Cathedral (by permission of the Dean and Chapter) on Friday 22 Jun at 3.30pm. Preacher: the Rev EC Trenholme'
(d) 'Josephine Butler Centenary. A special meeting for men will be held in the King's Hall, Globe Lane on Sunday 29 Apr at 3pm. Speaker: HH Howe Esq, Headmaster of Keswick School. Subject: 'True Chivalry'
(e) 'Josephine Butler Centenary. A public meeting in commemoration of the life and work of Mrs Josephine Butler (1828-1928, the pioneer in the movement against the State Regulation of Vice) will be held at the Town Hall, Haverstock Hill on Monday Apr 30 at 8 pm. Speakers: The Mayor (in the Chair), Miss Evelyn Sharp, Miss Agnes Slack, The Vicar of Hampstead and Dr RF Horton'
(f) ' Keswick and District Welfare Committee. Annual Meeting and Josephine Butler commemoration Thursday Apr 26 at 5pm in the Albion Institute (Keswick). Speaker: Rev A Herbert Gray DD, Lady Rochdale in the Chair...'
(g) 'Josephine Butler Centenary. A Public Meeting will be held in the Council House Treaty Road Hounslow on Thursday May 3 at 8pm in commemoration of Josephine Butler 'The most distinguished woman of the nineteenth century'. Speaker: Mrs Muriel Matters Porter. Admission free'
(h) 'Josephine Butler Centenary. Manchester and Blackburn Commemorations. Tuesday 24 Apr 1928 at 7.30pm Service at Manchester Cathedral. Preacher: The Lord Bishop of Blackburn...'
(i) 'Josephine Butler Centenary. A Women's Meeting will be held in the Court House, Warwick, Thursday Apr 26 at 3pm in honour of Josephine Butler (the Founder of the Association for Moral and Social Hygiene). Speaker: Mrs Muriel Matters Porter. The Chair will be taken by Mrs Beibity. There will be a Collection in aid of the funds of the above Society'