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| COPY.I Frederick street, Dunedin, 30th Jnne, 1896. Tbe Superintendent CITIZENS' LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY (Limited), Ross's Buildings, Octagon, Dunedin. DEAR SIR, — I beg to acknowledge with thanks your cheque in full payment of Policy No. 1,512,187 on my late wife, and also for the prompt manner in which you atUnded to it. I shall be pleased to recommend my friends to assure with your company, which haß done so much to bring assurance within the reach of the industrial classes. Yours faithfully, JOSEPH WALSHAM. YOU CAN GET A PLATE OF FISH OR OYSTERS, With Bread and Butter, For SIXPENCE from 12 till 2 daily at C. ABHLEY'S OCTAGON FISH LUNCHEON ROOMS (Near Tablet Office), Octagon, Dnnedin. WANTED.— A Highly Respectable Young Man desires a situation as SACRISTAN ; can wait at Table and do Plain Cooking ; has had Eight Years' Experience as Steward in Union Steam Shipping Company. Address : " ANXIOUS," c/o Jno. Loader, Railway Wobks, Lyttelton. Sttttfrajr Cortur. THREK PEALS OF THE ANGELUS. Toll at the hour of dawn : When the busy day bath begun ; That Christians may kneel in life's early morn To Mary's Incarnate Sou ; For at midnight hour Saint Gabriel spoke, And Christ was conceived ere morning broke Hail, Mary, full of grace. Toll at the mid-day hour : Let tbe bell toll loud and long ; For tbe Bun hath ris?n with a horning power, And the world aud the flesh are wazicg strong ; Through the long hours of tbe enltry day, Stay with thy children, Jesus stay. Hal, Mary, full of grace. Toll at the fall of eve : When the busy day is done ; Lest Jesus thy soul in corruption leave, Call yet again on Mary's Son ; For at the fall of eve, 'm<d the gathering gloom, His body was laid in St Joseph's tomb. Hail, Mary, full of grace. Toll for each hour of prayer : Toll at morning, noon and "night ; Let the loud cbnrch-bell?, like the angel, declare The dawn of tbe world's true Light ; Till tbe cbimeß that icspired|our childhood's faith Aie the requiem rung o'er the couch of death. Hail, Mary, full of grace. Fiat Jushtia. r r - FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1896. 9 PROGRESS AND JUSTICE IN THE NINETEENTH j CENTURY. Thb Cathoncs of New Zealand provide, at their own sole . expense, an excellent education for their own children. Yet i such is the sense of justice and policy in the New Zealand Legislature that it compels these Catholics, after having manfully provided for their own children, to contribute largely towards the free and godless education of other people's . children 1! ! This is tyranny, oppression, and plunder.