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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XIX, Issue 50, 18 September 1891, Page 16
W. J. c A~~N TWE LL, BEEHIVE GROCERY AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSE NO. 189 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. CH ?n^f« ES T A ?? BES^ VALUE IN THE CITY. Call and see the price, befor. purcrnsin* elsewhere. *3T Agent f,,r tho Ceylon and Indian Tea Co s pure Ceylon Teas, same as used in Kiosk at the Exhibit n. Goods packed m time to catch all trains to the Country w TELEPHONE NO. 443. POST CARDS RECKIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION. wwnwy.
FJIHEY ARE COMING! WHO? The Gipsies. WHEN? On Monday, the 19th October. WHERE will they pitch their tents ? In the Garrison Hall. A RT UNION. BEMITTANCES have been received as follows :— £ b d Hon Dr Grace ... ... 5 0 0 Mrs Sharpe (Wellington) ... 15 0 Robert Chapman, Esq, J.P ... 5 0 0 (To be continued, ~) LIST of CONTRIBUTORS of Needlework and Fancy Goods to Bazaar : — Mesdames D W Woods, W Hall, Barnes, W Haydon M Meenan, Paterson, Connor, Nesbitt, Bernech, Evatt, W G Neill.'j B Callan, Tynan. Harrop, J Carroll, Court, J McDonald, O'Neill (Albany at), Murray, Cormack, Husspy, Chas Dawsou . Misses Rodgers, Macdo, Woods, Morkane, Connor, Martin, Pearson, O'Cailaghan, Aitken, Scollard, Reii. Falkner, StauntOD, Columb, Horan, Healy, Hughes. Messrs Brown, Ewing and Co, The DI C, Mr MrFa^hne, Rev Pro Hughes, Mr Wilson (per Rev Bro Hu^he-). Pupils of. Cony. Nt High School, Pupils of St Pn'nck School (South Dunedin), Domini- can Convents of Invcrcargiil, Oanuru, Quien&towu, and Milton. (To be continued.') IyTONASTERY OF TdK SACRED HEART, -*■"-*' BARBADOES STREET, CHRISTCHUHCH, OARDING AND DAY SCHOOLS FOR YOUNG LADIES Under the Patronage of the Right Rev. Dr. Guimes, D.D , S.M. The Course of Instruction comprises n English Education in all its branches, Latin, French, aud German Languages, Music, Singing. Plain and Fancy Work, Diawiug, Painti ig, Book-keeping,' etc., etc. Terms : Boarders, £40 per annum (including one Extra), paid quarterly in advance ; Entrance Fee, £2, paid OLce only. Day Pupils, £10 per annum, paid quarteily in aivance. Each quarter comprises eleven weeits. EXTRAS. Pianoforte Singing H rp Drawing and Painting Violin (Oil and Water Colouis) Harmonium Aitificial Flower Making Laundress Fee. A reduction will be made in favour of sisters and pupils under ten years. No extra ciarge for the ordinary Sinking, Drawing, and Paioting Lessons Boarders will be admitted any time of the year. For further particulars ami prospectus rpp'y to the REV. MOTHER PRIOtiESS. QTAGO CONSER VATORIO OF MUSIC Th rd Qiarter begins 23rd July, 18'Jl. For priva c pupils quarter begins from date cf fiist lesson. Priva'e pupils as well as class etuden^ rmy attend c'ass in Harmony ana Coun erpoint free of Chaigcs. Students for Harmu'iy aud Counterpoint in class, 30s per quarter. SIGNOR R. SQUARISF, R.C.M.T., Dirctor, Pitt S reet, Dunedin.