EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOL OF ART, CKRISTCTTUERChT Head Master-G. H .ELLIOTT, Art MaaiJ &autu Kci*..-i.ngu->u. -*- SAil. h l>A\, Set-frniljo r ~* For fees arid course of study se-, prospedu. *y*'' c j* " ,i,v 1 " ? °' ,ta -'--'<- at the School' or si tne- College. ' All Fees oro Payablo in Advance. A. CRACROi-T WILSON. /- , , i-n R«Si«trar. Canterbury College. 12_i_Sep!-eaiber. 1003. gj. o _ voice culture" ""~ ' MR LEO BUCKERIDCE «f rom Milan also Pupil of Mr (.baric, SamlevrW don) gives Lessons in \o;ce Production £v" cution, nnd Singing nt bis Studio, 301 _i O _T cestcr street (old <".is Of'iee). Regi s t<. rC( j '... the Mm-.sier of Education. Third Terra h* gin-* MONDAY. 1-lth Sentember. "" THE" ART OF' SlNGiifo ' — MRS TIPLER (Pupil of ths )_". c.Cecobi. colonial" teacher «I M «d__!_ Melbab Teacher of Singing nnd Voice Produe! tmn ISS Worccatei siren W., is _V receive pupils. Cla»» lor Adults ere—• iy»i i-tcsdr.y_F.vening. CHRISTCHUIKTI """*"*"" SHORTHAND and TECHNICAL SCHOOL Grain Agency Biiihiinca Triaa"l» ■ Opposite 0.1. C.i MTSS E. E DK'.RY. M.1.P.5.. N.Tj.% Holder of Tcnehers' Diploma, granted oy't_" Incorporated Phonographic Society, lloldtijl 'IVoewri'.iug Diploma gruatcd by the NstiosS L'nion of Tvr.isf-. MISS M. J"). DIGBY. Holder cf Sir Iml W Pitman and Sons' First-cla.-s High Sptcj Certificate. SHORTHAND. HIGHEST RESULTS 1002. At the Speed Examination held 111 Antral of this year by the Christchurch Shorthand Writers' Association, out of the ELEYRJ First-class Speed Certificates- granted. TEH wer*- obtained by nuni's from tho School. TERM COMMENCES AT ANY TIME.Prof pectus cm application at the School. — ~o~i"'l B Y'S ~~ ~ COMMERCIAL COLL EG _, 130 Worcester street. Has tho Largest and Moat Efficient Teach, ing Stuff of any similar institution in N e j Zealand. GENERAL EDUCATION COMMERCIAL EDUCATION IN ALL Bj-aXCHES. Term commences at any time. C. H. GILBY, FI.P.S. (Honours), 3 Principal. ' MONEY. ward*, on any Class ol St. curitv. Interest from IJ PER CENT. DOUGALu and UPHAM. Solicitors. 0 CaJticdra! square (Next P 0 »l Oilice) and Canterbury street. Lyttelton. vrONEY PROMPTLY LEHT ■"■*• TO ANY PERSON. With or Without Security. Ro-payab!o According to Arrangement. * Also upon Life Policies, Title Deed\ Leases. Bills of S-«!e over Household Flunk turc, Live und Dead Stock. F. O. RAPHAEL, 100 Cr.«hcl street East, Christchurch. i-OA (\f\f\ ' r0 LEND, in Sums to Suit cKJJLVr i\J\J\J Borrowers, Town Country or Suburban Securities. Lowest Rates, Favourable terms for repayment.—JOHN* STON. MILLS und JOYCE, Solicitors, Pioneer Chambers, corner Gloucester street and Oxford terrace. MONEY TO LEND. ON FIRST MORTGAGES of FREEHOLD SECURITIES, from 4*l per cent., ao cording to security Riid amount. Also, w aporoved Second Mortgages. 'IZARD and LOUGHNAN. Solicitors, Hereford street, Christchurch, Lees ton and Southbridga. TITONEY TO LEND--£14,000 for Invert ItX ment, in one. or more sums, on rural' land. A low ralo of iulercst will be accepted. Also, numerous other rums from __> up.' wards, at lowest current rates. ",* G. B. RITCHIE, Solicitor. 7033 203 Hereford streei - MONEY FOR INVESTMENT. "<! WE HAVE MONEY to LEND on FREE* VV' HOLD SECURITY in Large or Small l Sums ut Current Rates. • I DUNCAN and COTTERILL. .", 8231 ' Cathedral equal* , FUNERAL NOTICES. *T-HE Friends of Mr P. Henley, at Nm-f J- Headford, are respectfully invited —• attend tho Funeral of his late son, Patrick , John Henley, 011 Monday, 14th instant. Rs> ' quiem Mass nt the Catholic Church, New Headford, «t 10.30 a.m. the Funeral to leafl tho Church ut 11 for the Lincoln PuMi»Oemetory. J. LAMB tuid SON. GRAND LODGE OP NEW ZEALAND. 7 THE Officers of Grand Lodge acd th* Brethren of Canterbury are TPfiUfilteV, to attend the Funeral of our lato Bro., Most Wor. Bro. Honry Thomson, P.G.M., which will take place on Wednesday next. Tho Grand Master and tho Grand Secretary-* will bo present. Full particulars tomorrow,'" F. C. BINNS, 693G Grand Superintendent- • ST. AUGUSTINE LODGE. No. 4. Brethren, aro requested t«* ittend tie * -*- Funeral of out iuto Bro., Most Wor,-" ' Bro. Hy. Thomson-, P.G.M., which -will takf place on Wednesday next. By command of the W.M. GEORGE W. HULME, C 357 Secretary. *> _ - _ - ___^ - _ --i _ - _ -N ___^ B rfi CHRISTCHURCH LODGE, No-Si, - , fPHE Brethren are requested to cc pf*?- - -*- nt tho Funeral of lato Bro., Most WW. - Bro. Hy. Thomson, P.GAL, which will W» . place on Wednesday next. * ■ By command of tho W.M. ■ * W. V. MAUCHLIN, €338 Secretary. THE MASTERS' AND PAST MASTERS' LODGE, 130. rpHE Brethren are particularly requested t» -*- attend tho Funeral of our late Bw-i Most. Wor. Bro. Henry Thomson, PALI**. which will tako place, on Wednesday next. v . By command of the W.M. S. CLIFTON BINGHAM. 6059 Secretary. _ T LAMB AND 6 OS, UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMER3, No. 33 LICHFIELD STREET. Telephone 533. GEORGE BARK Bi *"* UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMI.B, POLISHED ENGLISH OAK OR RIJ-tJ COFFINS Aro kept in stock for urgent orders. Tele-grams or Telephone Orders by Nignt *. Day Receive Immediate At*crjtiO*a.J> OFFICE-. 3:i DURHAM STREET. SOtfTtt- J Workshoos, etc.. 232 and 2eN St. Asaph «b«%| ToSi-phone 721. 'M MONUMENTAL SCULPTURE. \<] J. fllT, , ______ Corner of Cashel street ar.d MnntretU |W"_" (Opposite Driilshcd). rva MANUFACITJRER and IMPORTER. rf«*j-Deacn-?tiocs of Monumental Wort. -j- f Best Quality and Lowest Pr>°»* 'Z Inspection lav'teci. Established lw* '__- GW. J. PARS OKiJ MONUMENTAL MASON. *j MANCHESTER STREET. JH Monumente s_d Headstones in M«IH% ; »:"-lj Granite, and Stone. ,1 NEWEST DESISB-".* All Work Guaranteed. _tfa__ LOWEST PRICES. Jtf'Jm Concrrete Ecrbinga, Iron "_*fi u -""?i_Ji f ;.*_| Inapectio'i Sp«e-.-Rv Invitea | ,^
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