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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXX, Issue 21, 22 May 1902, Page 21
THOMSON, BRIDGER & CO- DUNEDIN & INVERCARGILL Ironmongers, Iron and Timber Merchants, and Importers. Manufacturers off Doors and Sashes, Coach Bulldsrs Woodware, &c, &c. IRONMONGERS STOCKS OF FIRST QUALITY IN FULL ASSORTMENT, AND AT PRICES TO COMPARE WITH SO-CALLED CHEAP QUOTATIONS. SPORTING MATERIAL. FURNISHING SUPPLIES. ELECTROPLATED WARE IN GREAT VARIETY. QUALITY GUARANTEED.
CT. PATRICK'S COLLEGE WELLINGTON. CONDUCTED BY THE MARIST FATHERS. Under the Distinguished Patronage of Hiß Graoe the Arch- bishop of Wellington. The object of the Marist Fathers in this country, as in their colleges in Europe and America, is to impart to their pupils a thoroughly Religious and a sound Literary education, which will enable them in after-life to discharge their duties with honour 101 0 Religion and Society, and with credit and advantage to themselves. Students are prepared for the N.Z. University Junior and Senior Civil Service, Medical Entrance, Solicitors' General Know- ledge, Bank and all other Public Examinations. Studentß not preparing for the learned Professions have the advantage of a Special Commercial Course, under efficient manage- ment, where they are taught all that will be of use in mercantile pursuits. Special attention is also paid to the teaching of Physical Science, for which purpose the College possesses a large Laboratory and Demonstration Hall. Vocal Music, Elocution, Drawing, and all other branches of a Liberal Education receive due attention. Physical culture is attended to by a competent Drill Instructor, who trainß the students three times a week in Drill, Rifle Practice, and Gymnastics. A large and well-equipped Gymnasium is attached to the College. The religious and moral training of the pupils is an object of special care, and particular attention is bestowed on the leaching of Christian Doctrine. A well-appointed Infirmary attached to the College is under the charge of the Sisters of Compassion, from whom in case of ill- ness all students receive the most tender and devoted cure, and who at all times pay particular attention to the younger and more delicate pupils, who without such care would find the absence of home comforts very trying. The Summer Holidays will end on Thursday, February 6th. For Teems, etc., apply to THE RECTOR. CRITERION STABLES MORAY PLACE, DUNEDIN. James Jeffs (Successor to W. H. Taggart) Proprietor. Drags, Landaus, Waggonetteß, Dog-Carts, and Vehicles of every description. Saddle Horaes always on Hirt Carriages for Wedding Parties. Horses Broken to Single and Double Harness, also to Saddle Telephone No. 124 aluo Empire Stables, Palmerbton South piSH AND POULTRY. MRS. FRANK HEWITT begs to announce that the Shop lately occupied by Mrs. Bilson, Gtorge street, WILL BE OPENED by hsr THIS DAY (MONDAY), 2nd September, and trusts by Promptitude, Civility, Cleanliness, and Large Supply und Variety of Fish to merit the patronage of tho public. Telephone, 880 Post Office Box, 168.
TRUST MONEY TO LEND on Freehold Security, In Large or Small Sams, for Long or Short Periods, at Lowest Current Rates of Interest. CALLAN AND GALLAWAY, SOLICITORS, Corner of WATER & VOGEL STS., DUNEDIN. (Next U. S. S. Co's Offices). AUSTRALIAN GENERAL CATHOLIC DEPOT. TOUIS GILLE AND 00 73 and 75 Liverpool Street, Sydney. 300 and 302 lonsdale street, melbourne. NEW- BOOKS. Posted. Catechism in Examples. Tbrea parts. 63 6 6 A Catechism of Catholic Teaching. Three parts. Each 2d 0 8 Catholic Child's Little Sermons. Three part. Each 25... 2 3 Catholic Child's Treasury. Rev. P. Chisholm. 9d 0 11 Catholic Church from Within. 7d 6d 8 Catholic Doctrine as Defined by Council of Trent. 10s 6d 11 6 Catholic Pioneers of America. O'Cane Murray. 3s 3 6 Child's Life of Christ Told in Rhyme. Is 6d 1 1<) Child of Mary's Little Handbook. Limp cloth. d 010 Do. Do. Do. Blue cloth, boards. 1b 3d 15 LOFT AND CO., BOOT MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS, No. 9, CENTRE ROYAL ARCADE, DUNEDIN. SWEET MARIE. I've a secret in my heart When the winter draweth nigh You must hear unto thee, A tale I would impart And the rain clouds cross the Please draw near. sky, gloo-mi-ly, Every foot that's warmly clad Then the Boot that's Watertight Makes the wearer's heart feel glad, Makes its owner feel all right I And that footwear may be had We keep them Btrongand light At LOFT & COS LOFT & CO. To Lo?t ha°n7co.-sh a °n7co.-s you must go- Loft aQ f tl^ d OOt Royal Arcade, don't you know- Centre of Trade Where the busy throng is passing The Centre of Trad,,^ At all s^onYoTthe year, ?he <*»tre of the City of Dun Splendid Bargains there appear— eQ You'll be suited, never fear, At LOFT & COS. SPLENDID GUM BOOTS, 21s If you are axious 'bout the War, TRY A "WELLINGTON." If you dent turn up till night, TRY A BLUCHER.'