Technical Education.-We note that the American School of Correspondence, Armour Institute, has appointed several professional gentlemen to examine students at Auckland in some of the engineering branches. Therefore those preferring to have an auial examination may now do so. The Institution has also added a law branch to its curriculum and as the fees are extremely low, and the instruction second to none in the world, intending students should see the Ashburton agent (G. H. Carson) early, and obtain all information 6 If ho who grows two blades of grass Where only one had place, Deserves the thanks of evory class And benefits tha race. Then worthier still of honoured name, While coughs and colds ondure, Emblazoned on tha scroll of fame IS WOQPS' GrRSAT ViSPPBRHINT Cuiiß.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905
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