.THE LONDON GAZETTE, 19 MAY, 1914. Factory Department, Home Office, May 15, 1914. The Chief Inspector of Factories has appointed Dr. W. Hederman to be Certifying Surgeon under the Factory and Workshop Acts for the Groom District of the county cf Limerick. Factory Department, Home Office, May 15, 1914. The Chief Inspector of Factories has appointed Dr. D. E. J. Burke to be Certifying Surgeon under the Factory and Workshop Acts for the Slievereagh District of the county of Cork. Factory Department, Home Office, May 15, 1914. The Chief Inspector of Factories has appointed Dr. H. J. O'Sullivan to be Certifying Surgeon under the Factory and Workshop Acts for the Templemartin District of the county of Cork. Factory Department, Rome Office, May 19, 1914. The Chief Inspector of Factories gives notice that in consequence of the resignation of Dr. H. Saunders an appointment as Certifying Surgeon under the Factory and Workshop Acts at Brackley, in the county of Northampton, is vacant. Downing Street, May 16, 1914. The KING has been pleased to appoint Harold Blake Taylor, Esq. (General Manager of the Uganda Railway) to be a Member of the Executive Council of the East Africa Protectorate. Board of Trade, Whitehall Gardens, S.W., London, 16th May, 1914. The Board of Trade, with the concurrence of the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, hereby give notice that the following situations have been withdrawn from Schedule B of the Order in Council of 10th January, 1910, namely: — His Majesty's Trade Commissioners in the . Self-Governing Dominions. Board of Trade (Harbour Department), London, May 15th, 1914. H. 7495. The Board of Trade have received, through the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, a copy of a Telegram, dated the 13th May, from His Majesty's Minister at Lisbon, stating that a Notification has been published in the Government Gazette1 declaring Bengasi to be infected with plague since May 1. 4005 Admiralty, 15th May, 1914. Staff-Surgeon John Neil Robertson, M.B., has this day been promoted, for conspicuous professional merit, to the rank of Fleet-Surgeon in His Majesty's Fleet. Admiralty, l&th May, 1914. Royal Naval Reserve. Lieutenant John Mclnnes Borland, R.D., to be Commander. Dated 15th May, 1914. In accordance with the Regulations for the Royal Naval Reserve, the undermentioned Lieutenants have been placed on the Retired List: — Joseph Miller. Dated 1st April, 1914. Benjamin Lucas Vinden. Dated 9th April, 1914. Percy James Spray. Dated 25th April, 1914. The undermentioned Probationary SubLieutenants have been confirmed as Sub-Lieutenants : — Frank Horsford Chester. Dated 1st January, 1912. John Dillon Snow. Dated 1st April, 1913. Charles Nelson Oroysdale. Dated 1st January, 1914. Ronald Langton Jones. Dated 1st January, 1914. Acting Assistant Paymaster Reginald Thomas Smith has been confirmed in the rank of Assistant Paymaster. Dated 3rd February, 1913. Acting Sub-Lieutenant Walter Conway Hake to be Sub-Lieutenant. Dated 1st October, 1912. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. The undermentioned Gentleman has been appointed Surgeon: — Stanley Henry Scott. Dated 15th May, 1914. Admiralty, 18th May, 1914. Acting Sub-Lieutenant Louis Blumfeld has been promoted to the rank of Sub-Lieutenant in His Majesty's Fleet. Dated 15th April, 1914. Engineer-Lieutenant William Pascho Cunday Spriddle has been promoted to the rank of Engineer-Commander in His Majesty's Fleet. Dated 17th May, 1914. In accordance with the provisions of His late Majesty's Order in Council of 19th March, 1908— Engineer-Commander Thomas William Christian has been placed on the Retired List, with permission to assume the rank of Engineer-Captain. Dated 17th May, 1914. Miss Mabel Louisa McNeil has this day been appointed a Sister in Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service (on probation). Admiralty, 19th May, 1914. Surgeon James Leslie Barford has this day been promoted to the rank of Staff Surgeon in His Majesty's Fleet.
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