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Customs* _

Clerks and extra clerks
Searchers, landing-waiters, coast officers, gaugers,

tide-waiters, and weighers

Housekeepers and messengers Ecclesiastical Commission

Senior clerks

Junior clerks and temporary clerks
Exchequer-
Factory Inspectors' Department-

Sub-inspectors of factories
Foreign Office -

Clerks
Unpaid attachés

Consuls
General Register Office-

Clerks
Indexers, transcribers, statistical abstractors, and

sorters

Office keeper and messengers
Home Office
India Office-

Established clerks
Writers
Door keepers
Office porters

House messengers
Inland Revenue Department*

Clerks

Copying clerks
Temporary clerks
Supernumerary surveyors of taxes
Second-class assistants of excise

Office-keepers, messengers, stampers, and packers
London University

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* Any candidate presenting himself within one month after attaining the prescribed age, will be eligible for examination,

+ Extra Clerks and Extra Officers, when promoted to the Establishment, to be admitted up to the age of 40 years, provided they were first employed before they reached the age of 25, and they will be entitled to reckon such previous service, provided they have been employed. tor not less than six months in each year.

# No person to be admitted from another Public Department who shall have attained the age of 30 years, nor even when over 25 and under 30, unless the party be appointed direct from such department, and shall have been under 25 when first admitted.

$ No person to be admitted who shall have attained the age of 85, although he may be removed from another Public Department.

|| Candidates who have previously been in the Public Service are eligible for Junior Clerkships until they have attained the age of 30, provided they were under 25 when they entered the Public Service, and have served continuously.

( With power, when a vacancy is filled up by transfer from another department, to extend the maximum to 30, provided the probationer had been appointed to his first office between 17 and 25.

** As regards those who have not a home in London or in the immediate vicinity, the age should be between 20 years complete and 24 years complete.

tt Indexers or Transcribers may be admitted to Clerkships up to 30, provided they were under 25 when originally appointed. The service must have been continuous.

It In the case of candidates already in the public Service, the maximum is to be 30, provided they were under 25 on first entering the Service. SS An exception being made in favour of persons, being writers, who are eligible if under 30. 1 Unless already in the Service in some other capacity. AT A person nominated to this Department who has previously, and up to the time of such nomination, been in the continuous employment of the Government, his age being, at the commencement of such employment, between 16 and 25, may be admitted, though his age may exceed 25.

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Cunacy Commission
Metropolitan Police Courts
Metropolitan Police Office

Receiver's Office
Mint-"

Establishment Clerks
Temporary clerks and Officers of the Operative.

Department
National Debt Office
Parliament Office (House of Lords) Clerks

Temporary clerks
Paymaster-General's Office
Poor Law Board
Post Office19-

Clerks in London, Edinburgh, and Dublin, and

Surveyors' stationary clerks
Clerks in country offices
Letter carriers in London
Auxiliary letter carriers in London
Letter carriers and auxiliary letter carriers at other

places
Mail Guards

Labourers
Prisons Department

Clerks
Stewards

Schoolmasters
Privy Council Office-

Supplemental clerks
Public Works Loan Office
Queen's Prison
Record Office
Reformatories (Office of Inspector of)
Science and Art Department

Ordinary clerk.
Supplementary clerks, temporary clerks, other

parties Stationery Officem

Ordinary clerks
Other parties

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* Unless the nominee shall be a certificated attorney of one of the Courts of Law at Westminster, or shall have acted for at least seven years next, before his application for such office as clerk to the Justices of any Petty Session.

+ Candidates who have previously been in some branch of the Public Service to be eligible, it der 27, it their previous service commenced before they were 25.

Candidates for Junior situations in this Department, who have been previously in the Service, are considered to be eligible so far as their age is concerned, provided that their age did not, when they were first appointed, exceed the maximum age for candidates for the situations to which they may now be nominated.

§ Any candidate presenting himself within one month, after attaining the prescribed age, will be eligible for examination.

Candidates for the situations of Letter Carriers in the Metropolitan Offices of London, Edinburgh, and Dublin, will not be passed unless they are five feet five inches in height, and are able to lift two weights of half a hundredweight each.

T In the case of candidates already in the Public Service, the maximum is to be 30, provided they were under 25 on first entering the Service.

** The limit to be 45 in all cases, where there has been any previous Public Service extending beyond a period of five years.

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Trade, Board of* _

Ordinary clerks

Supplementary clerks
Treasury-

Establishment clerks
Clerks in the solicitor's office

Supplementary clerks
War department

Permanent clerks
Non-commissioned officers (nominated to out-

stations or manufacturing branches).

Temporary clerks Commander-in-Chief's Office

Established clerks

Supernumerary clerks
Council of Military Education,

Clerks
Quartermaster General's Office-

Permanent clerks

Temporary clerks Adjutant General's Office

Permanent clerks

Temporary clerks Woods (Office of)

Clerks
Works (Office of)-

Clerks
Surveyor's clerks

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SCOTLAND. Board of Fisheries

Clerks

Fishery officers Board of Supervision General Register Office

Clerks, transcribers, and sorters

Indexers
Queen's and Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's Office
Royal Observatory, Edinburgh

25 30 46

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17 17 18 17

25 30 28 35

IRELAND.
Chief Secretary's Office

Clerks
Messengers

18 20

25 35

* Including Registries of Seamen, Designs, and Joint-Stock Companies. | Persons already in the Public

Service may be transferred to the Board of Trade, provided they were, at the time when they first entered the Service, under the maximum age for admission into the class to which they may be transferred.

Unless they have been continuously in the Public Service since they were 25, in which case the maximum may be extended to 30.

$ Temporary Clerks are considered eligible up to 30, provided their service commenced before they were 25.

li Candidates nominated to clerkships after having held other situations (not being temporary clerkships) in the service of the War Office, will only be required to have been within the prescribed limits of age when they first entered the Service.

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Constabulary-
Inspector General's Office

Clerks

Messengers Receiver's Office

Cadets of Constabulary
Directors of Prisons (Office of)

Clerks
Draftsmen clerks
Assistant schoolmasters

Messengers
Dublin Metropolitan Police-

Clerks

Messengers
Education Department-

Established clerks
Temporary clerks

Boys in office
General Register Office
Inspectors of Lunatic Asylums (Office of)-

Clerks

Messengers
Inspectors of Prisons (Office of)

Clerks

Messengers
Loan Fund Board

Senior clerks
Junior clerk

Messengers
Paymaster of Civil Services (Office of) --

Clerks

Messengers
Poor Law Commission
Registry of Deeds Office
War (Military Offices in Dublin)-

Permanent clerks
Temporary clerks

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18 18

* The Junior Clerk in the Record Branch is not to be under 18

DIFFERENT STANDARDS OF QUALIFICATION ESTABLISHED BY

THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS,

or,

ADMIRALTY. Whitehall Branch

6. Geography. 1. Writing from Dictation

7. Either 2. Arithmetic (including Vulgar (a) Translation from Latin or and Decimal Fractions).

a modern language ; 3. English Composition.

(6) The leading points of Eng. 4. Précis.

lish or Modern History; 5. Geography 6. English History.

(c) Algebra, Euclid, or any 7. Translation from French.

branch of Mathematics 8. Translation from Latin or a

or Science, second modern language. Somerset House Branch

Clerks in Dockyards, Victualling 1. Writing from Dictation.

Yards, or Naval Establishments at 2. Arithmetic (including Vulgar Home, and Temporary Clerks. and Decimal Fractions).

1. Writing from Dictation, 3. English Composition.

2. Arithmetic (including Vulgar 4. Précis.

and Decimal Fractions). 5. Book-keeping by Double Entry. 3. Book-keeping. ADMIRALTY (REGISTRAR AND MARSHAL OF COURT OF). i Clerks.

(c) Geography; 1. Exercises designed to test Hand

(d) Algebra, Eucli writing and Orthography.

branch of Mathematics 2. Transcribing

or Science. 3. Arithmetic (including Vulgar Supplementary Clerks. and Decimal Fractions).

1. Exercises designed to test Hand4. English Composition.

writing and Orthography. 5, Précis.

2. Transcribing. 6. One of the following subjects : 3. Arithmetic (the first four rules, (a) Latin or a modern lan

with Practice and the Rule of guage;

Three). (6) The leading points of Eng- 4. Grammatical structure of senlish or Modern History;

tences of a simple character. * In examinations which are not competitive, the exercises in Languages are restricted to translation,

AUDIT OFFICE. Clerks

Messengers 1. Writing from Dictation.

1. Reading. 2. Arithmetic (including Vulgar 2. Writing from Dictation. and Decimal Fractions).

3. Arithmetic (elementary). 3. Correspondence. 4. Précis.

or any

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