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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXI, Issue 15, 27 January 1893, Page 16
GHAMROCK HOTEL, Rattbay Stbebt, Dunedin. J. GEBBIE - - - PROPRIETRESS The Shamrock, which has been so long and favourably known to the travelling public will still b* conducted with the same care and attention as in the past, affording the best accommodation to be found in the Colony. Suites of Rooms for Private Families. Large Commercial and Sample Rooms. WR. BORDER, • Six years Foreman tor Scott Bros., Christchurch, ENGINEER, MILLWRIGHT, BOILEE- SMITH, Sec. All kinds of Engines, Boilers, and Milling Machinery Made and Repaired. Estimates given for Verandahs and all classes of Iron Work. Bicycles repaired at Reasonable Rates.
HIGH SCHOOL, ST. DOMINIC'S PRIORY DUNEDIN. The course of instruction comprises English (Grammar and Literature), Elocution, Geography, History, Penmanship, Mathema- tics (Arithmetic, Algebra, Euclid, Book-keeping), Elementary Science, Latin, French, Italian, German, Music, Singing, Piano, Art Needle- work, Drawing, Painting, &c, &c. TERMS : Boarders, £40 per annum, paid half-yearly in advance Day Pupils (Senior School), £3 per term, paid in advance „ (Junior School), £1 10s do do Piano, £1 10s „ Kindergarten, 10s do do do 10s EXTRAS, embracing Pianoforte, Harp, Harmonium, Violin, Guitar, Singing, Paper Flower Making, Wax Flower Modelling,' Gymnasium (costume included), Painting, from £1 Is to £3 3s per term. Domestic Economy and Cooking, 12s ; Saturday Afternoon Classes (Civil Service subjects), 10a; Dressmaking by special arrange- ment, fy Boarders under 10 are not charged extra for Music. Pupils are admitted at any time ; allowance is made for the portion of the term elapsed before a pupil's entrance. Ladies desiring to learn Music, Singing, Flower-making, w^ny other accomplishment, can receive morning or afternoon lessons at the Convent.