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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XV, Issue 22, 23 September 1887, Page 16
THE ABBEY SCHOOL FORT AUGUSTUS, SCOTLAND. CONDUCTED BY THE BENEDICTINE FATHERS. The general design of this school is to impart a Liberal Educa- tion, on the lines of the English Public Schools, to the sons of gentle- men destined for careers in the world. It comprises a Lower School "o r younger boys, an Upper School, and a Select Division of senior students. The Senior Division is intended to meet the wants of youths, from 16 to 20, who desire to pursue special branches of study, or to prepare for Public Examinations. The Seniors are allowed the use of Private Rooms, and enjoy greater privileges than the boys. For Prospectuses containing full particulars, apply to THE REV. THE RECTOR The Abbey, Fort Augustus, Inverness, Scotland. LOF T'S GREAT BANKRUPT SALE NOW GOING ON OF BOOTS AND SHOES. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. The Goods Purchased at Extraordinary Prices in the ASSIGNED ESTATE Already advertised will be sold at REDUCTONS, -Qi To command Speedy Clearance. They, together with the goods removed from George street shop, will be Sacrificed at 30 per cent, below usual cost. E. Loft finds him- self too Heavily Btocked, and is Determined to Realise at Any Cost, and this Bale will be found the Most Genuine of all recent sales. Goods ticketed outsHe. Come thrcigh the Arcade and see the Fresh Goods, and the Wondei fully Low Prices. Terms Caeh. No Approbation. E. LOFT, ROYAL ARCADE. PRESENTATION TO THE MOST EEV. DR. MORAN. As it is NOT POSSIBLE for the Committee to ascertain the names of all those willing to give their assistance in making the Testimonial to the Most Key. Dr. Moran a thorough success, we have been requested to give iheir circular a place in our columns. It is hoped that those who are friendly towards the object in question will consider that in this way their co-operation has been sufficiently invited, and will give all the aid in their power. [circular.] Dunedin, September 7, 1887. Sir, A movement is now on foot for the purpose of presenting the Most Rev. Dr. Moran with a testimonial. It is considered that in this way some recognition may be fitly made of His Lordship's services to the Church for the last forty years of which thirty-one have been passed by him as a Bishop and more especially of his labours now for nearly seventeen years in New Zealand. During his episcopate here, Dr. Moran's successful efforts in the cause of Religion and Educatiou have cost him many sacrifices, and obliged him to renounce many things which his station in life seemed to demand, It is, therefore, felt that it would be a graceful act on the part of those who appreciate His Lordship's sterling worth and eminent abilities, to present him with a substantial testimonial in recognition or them. His Lordship's service?, also, to the Irish settlers as such, and his disinterested and unMling patriotism should receive due recognition. Your kind co-operation is earnestly requested. Subscriptions will be received by the Treasurers, as well as by any member of the Catholic Clergy, We are, etc William Coleman, Patrick Lynch, Fkancis Mkknan, Hon. lUniel W. Woods, j Treasurers. J. B. ('Allan, FUANK W. FETBE, Members of Committee. Thomas Deehan, Hon. Secretary.