EDUCATIONAL, CHRIST'S COLL'SSE GRAMMAS SCHOOL. SOUES SCHOLARSHIPS FOR MUSIC. AW EXAMINATION* for Three or More «f these Scholarships will be held at . Cutbedml by Dr. BiwyDSHAW. Cathedral ' S^SdSt! on TUES-DAI. 17th MAY, at 10 ''Oindidates mutt be of the Church Vfvj Province of New Zealand commonly IWI the Church of England. Pyrenees SS*t «>en "Ctetcri. rtriW' to the KinT*!j rf llrra Somes, the Foundress, or of her fltt husband, Joseph Sonics. pJtW narticuiars may be obtained from jJ'bbXi&HaV the Cathedral. W. GUISE BRITTAN, Bu/sar. «1? "pHRISTCHURCH TECHNICAL ASSOmnP vvW TEB'il h»' now commenced for T COMMERCIAL, and PRACTICAL CLASSES. ""FREE SCHOLARSHIPS in Certain Classes. COinffiBCIAL LAW AND ACCOUNTANCY Jj. SPECIAL CLASS i* formed, dealing with higher grade Bo•.kkeepinjr. Accountancy. tn d Commercial Law. ar.d to prepare students for the examinations of the Institute of Accountants of New Zealand. Invaluable to those engaged in commercial and banking purwit*•Mr O. W. HULIiE. 1".1.A.N. Z., has been appointed Instructor. THE FIRST MEETING will be held on FRIDAY NEXT, in the Technical Classroom, Canterbury Hall. FEE—One Guinea for the teiiA of ten JeiWffi*. each two l.ours, 7 to 9 p.m. ENTRIES can be made with the underijgnVd, Canterbury Hall. '■■ 4.LL FEES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. THO3. GARRARD, 3333 Secretary. MISS MUTER begs to announce to her pupils that she hae RETURNED from 6ydß«r, end will RESUME TEACHING WOOD CARVING- et No. 7 Office roed, St. Albana. 9333 DANCLNG. MISS BUCHANANS CLASSES—Beginners, FRIDAY. April Bth. Druids , Hall. Practice Assembly, Art Gallery. APRIL 20th. PriT»t» Lessons by arrangement. AORANGI. »1 Heieford utreet E. 8097 DANCING, DEPORTMENT, AND PHYSICAL EXERCISE. MISS COX wilt Resume her Classes at "Tβ Whare," 250 Hereford street west, from MARCH 17th. Evening Classes in APRIL. Address, 032 Hereford street W. Telephone 854. 4199 DANCING AND DEPORTMENT. MRS ALFRED CURTIS fill hold her Classes on Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Girls' Friendly Society Hall, Gloucester street *iV., commencing 2nd March, 1904. At Home 115 Cambridge Terrace. 2103
T ANGER SCHOOL OF DRESU-C'UT-JU TlN*G.—The Langer is tho newest, quickest, and most perfect system invented; Bo calculations. Ladies' and youths' tailoring, pattern-making, extension cutting aid trimmings «peciaUy taught. Children's gavssents drafted to any size and style. Pupils rrake own and friends' fashionable costumes. Inspection invited. Trial lesson free. Classes daily. School ie now open. Misses Charles md GiUiei, A.M.P. Buildings, Cathedral i l'4»re . 0451
DANCING. DEPORTMENT. AND PHYSICAL CULTURE. THE MESSRS AND MISSES LOWE, oi London, Edinburgh and Melbourne, unfl«r Royal and Vice-Regal patroneg*. Miif Lowe will resume her Classes in Hobbs's Room on TUESDAY, March 22nd. Evening CUimi Fonninz. Private Lessons by appointment in Waltzing and the new American Twt>-Steo. At hone Thur»d»y afteraoona. 570 HEREFORD STREET W. 4197
VOICE CULTUBE. MR LEO. BUCKERIDGE (from Milan, also Pupil of Mr Charles Sactley, London}, , giin Lessons in Voice Production, Singing, aBH. Elocution ct hii Studio corner Ounctrjr last and Gloucester street. 743 CHBIBTCIHUBCH SHORTHAND AND TECHNICAL SCHOOL. Gnin Agency Buildings Trlu>£le (oppotiW D.1.C.)
MISS E. E. DIGBY, M.1.P.5., K.TJ.T., holder of Teachers' Diploma granted by ih* locorpurateA PhonocTaphic Society. Helper of Typewritinß Diploma grnnted b7 the National Union of Typist*. MISS U. D. DIG-BY, Holder of Sir Isaac Pitwan and Sons' First-class High Speed ' Certificate. Complete Course of Training in. Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-keeping, etc. Office Positions for Qualified Student*. During the last Two Years pu?ili from this School Ssyr* obtained positions as Shorthand Writers and Typist* in almost all the Large Ccmmercisj and Legal Offices in Christchurch. Ptospectusrs. giving full particulars, ea application at the School. Teem, com- ,« picnces at any time. GI L B V ' S ',-. jpOMMERCI AL COLLEGE, -' i ' 160 Wfticnter Street. BUSINESS TRAINING- ' - Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-keeping, Office Routine. T»tm fc— ameness at any time. C. H. GILBY* FJ.P.S. (Hononrs), Principal.
-■V 7' i CITY COUNCIL. '*"■■*;,'-■ Euaenou of mayok. " *- j- " '' -,• —_— \|Jt CHARLES -UIfTEW GRAY being ' ■"*■ the only person nominated as a Can- .. oiottifor the Office of Mayor at the present Election. I therefore declare him DULY M3SCIX-P to the Office of MAYOR of, the CITY 9F CHRISTCHURCrT. BL'K. SMITH, Returning Officer. Cut Council Chambers. Qttiitduuch. 16th April. 1304. 9374 BOARD AND RESIDENCE. FIESI-CLASS BOARD AXD BESIDENCE. AVON fIOUSE. Cotner Madro* and Cheater . _ , streets. fpHE Honte facee the Avon, sod commands ' »T • * ** leedi d.Virw of the river and ahrubotnes,_oconpjring one of the very best poeii". . ' lk, til ?_ * nd bew, S withia three emates* walk of t.O ', •?« MISS HAMPTON. VZSITO&S TO CHBJSTCHURCH Should Stay at ABEBDARE HOUSE. '' •^α—.? 9 Gloucester street West. -, POSITION >»sst Central, close to Post * ' Ofiee, Cathedral. Gardens, Theatre. »nd JJJWeu Churges low. Rooms. Board ond " 'rjffwaos from 4s to es per day. «n«le Residence of the Highest Order. 'KJoßduetcd on Modern Lines. Patronised by the Best Classes. ~'SWephonn 1183. PX>. Box 225. 1 " GLOUCESTER HOUSE. . *» GLOUCESTER STREET WEST. "fIIBST-CLASS BOARD and RESIDENCE * (Ctntral), Hot, Cold and Shower Baths. Telephone SSi MRS McNIE. ' taae "Q.LOBE" SOAP POWDER. Bv>es not injure the hands and eaves ute of ether soeps. Brau Eail Bedsteads Gi», !ull--J- «iio Kapcc Beds 2j3. Kapoc P.llows 2i M. at C. W. Ward <s. 523 Cjshel strtet West. NEW Season's Stock of £ngh;h, Scotch. Irish, and Colonial Tweeds and Coating* .j>ov showing Suits to meaaure from Via. ', - "DREAD Sam, tteel lOd, or with wood -L* handle Sd. better qualities Is 9d and 3« Cd. Splendid value. Mir.son and Cc FOR SAtiE Houfe (nearly new;. 6 rooms, bath, pantry, w.h. copper, tank, ram. £300. F. Sontt US Lichfieid street. FOUND —"Spring Bloi»jin ti.ixir," 2»-. "Bloonuna" cures Corns. Wa.'ia »nd Bunions. Price Cd. '•SepoyV Prairib Cora. 2* 6d; "Se?oy'« Prairie Oil, 2s Pα. All Chemist* and Storekeeper Wholesale. Ke_plhorr«. auo Co. . • QTAMPS—Several rare old Fi'cal Stamps (New Zealand) for sal*. Address Box 120, Duoedin. 2873
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