EDUCATIONAL. I WAITAKI BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL, OAMARU. ' A PPLICATIONS "for tiro POSITION of .A. SIXTH ASSISTANT MASTER will bo recoiled up to FRIDAY, 22nd January, 1915. Salary, £IBO per annum, with board and residence at the school. Applicants must state the subjects they are prepared to teach, and the successful applicant is required to take up his duties on TUESDAY, 2nd February, 1915. A. A. M'KINNON, Secretary. ARCHERFiELD. A HIGH-CLASS UNDENOMINATIONAL BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Conducted by Mrs T. NISBET. In fine Residential Mansion in healthiest part of Dunedin (just above Fernhill Club). Pupils are received from 3 years of age for the Kindergarten, up to University standard. Highly-qualified Staff of Experienced and Successful Teachers. The School aims at imparting a thorough all-round modern education. Specialisation among older Girls is encouraged; and, although it is not the CHIEF AIM of the College, Classes will be formed to prepare Pupils for Matriculation, as well as the usual Musical and other Examinations, i Pupils may now be Enrolled for next term. ! For Prospectus and alt particulars apply to Mrs T. NISBET, Lees'street, Dunedin. OTAGO BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOLS, DUNEDIN. SESSION, 1915. "JIvTEW PUPILS will be ENROLLED on - * MONDAY, Bth -February. Old Pupils Return on TUESDAY, 9th February. BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL, Rector, W. J. MORRELL, M.A., Sometime Scholar of Balliol College, Oxford. BOYS’ BOARDING-HOUSE (Manager, F. H. Campbell, M.A.), beautifully situated a few minutes’ walk from the School. Comfortable home. Recreation (with use of swimming baths) and evening work are under careful supervision by Mr Campbell and resident master. GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL. Principal, Miss FLORA, M. ALLAN, M.A. The Pupils of both Schools arc prepared for the University and the Professions, for entrance into the Civil Service, and for Commercial and Industrial Life. Free place in terms of Government Regulations. Junior Free Places.—Holders of Sixth Standard Certificates of Proficiency, if not over 15 years of age on December 1, 1914, are eligible for Junior Free Places, lasting for two years. At the expiration of this time pupils may qualify for Senior Free Places, tenable till the ago of 19. Pupils qualified under these regulations to join the Schools at the beginning of the, School year should enter punctually on the day of enrolment (February Bth), and tho special permission of the Board will bo needed for their admission more than seven days thereafter. Birth and Proficiency Certificates must be produced at the School on enrolment, and the sum of 5s must at the same (ime be paid for stationery supplied during ihe year. All Free Pupils returning to the S-.nools must pay the same charge within the first week. For prospectuses, etc., applv to P. J. NESS. Secretary Board of Governors, Jetty street, Dunedin. KING EDWARD TECHNICAL COLLEGE. fIAHE DAY TECHNICAL COLLEGE -®- REOPENS ON TUESDAY. End FEBRUARY. The Day Technical College offers systematic insti action mi practical lines, designed to prepare young people for the business or calling they- purpose entering upon when they leave school. With this end in view provision has been nia.de for—1. A TECHNICAL COURSE, forming a preparation for Engineering (Mechanical and Electrical), for Trades such as Plumbing, Cabinotmaking, and Builplings, and also for Agricultural Pursuits. 2. A COMMERCIAL. COURSE—The Commercial Work is arranged to give students a practical knowledge of the essential subjects required to fit them for positions as Shorthand Typists, Bookkeepers, Shop Assistants, etc. 3. A DOMESTIC COURSE—In Dressmaking and Needlework the students are taught to cut, fit, and make all necessary garments for ladies’ general wear. Instruction is given in Economical Management of the Home, Practical Instruction in Household Management, Laundry Work, Cost and Variety of Foods to bo provided for meals. Practice in Cooking Actual Dinners and Serving the same, Table Arrangement, etc. Pupils who have Passed the Junior or Senior Free Place Examination or arc the Holders of Proficiency Certificate.; ere, subject to certain conditions, granted Free Places. ANGUS MARSHALL, Director. CIO Till MB A GIRLS' GOLLEG E I (with which is incorporated Braemar House School), Principal : Miss FRANCES J. ROSS, M.A. (formerly Principal of Girtou College), WILL BE DEDICATED on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, 1915, at 2.30 mm., to the Right Reverend the Moderator of the Synod i of Otago and Southland. Pupils will he enrolled and Boarders will enter on . residence on MONDAY, FEBRUARY Stli. Classes will bo commenced on TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 9th, n Special Service of Intercession, being conducted at 9.50 a.ra. by tho Minister- who are members of the Board of Governors. Girls of all denominations will be welcomed and allowed full opportunity to attend their respective churches. The House, which is one of tho noblest ir. the Dominion, is placed in gardens and surroundings of rare beauty. At an elevation of 500 ft, it stands high in the sun, far abovo the vapors of the City. It is therefore supremely ended for Boarders. For Day Pupils it is no less convenient, the College gate beiug a station cn the oar line, to and from which pupils “ under 14 travel for a penny each way; those over 14 pay twopence up and a (penny down. A Staff of Honors Graduates will prepare pupils for all the public examinations up to th(j Junior University Scholarship Examination, which represents a two-years’ curriculum beyond that for Matriculation. Teachers [ of Eminence will have charge of the Junior [ and Kindergarten Departments. The College, however, will specially equip pupils with the accomplishments suited to the home. For all particulars apply to the Principal, or to P. G. PRYDE, Honorary Secretary, Clyde street, Dunedin. nreiEDANGER DUESSCUT-TING SCHOOL, -*■ 123 High street (opp. D.1.C.), REOPENS ON MONDAY. FEBRUARY Ist, Classes 10 to 12 and 2 to 5 p.m., when Miss Stewart will be in attendance to enrol pupils. EVENING CLASSES START MARCH. Prospectuses on application. SINGING. Harold browning, 1.a.b., a.t.c.1., RESUMES MONDAY, February Ist. Entries for Open Annual Scholarship, entitling winner to 12 months’ free tuition, CLOSE on MONDAY, February Ist. A Scholarship of 12 months’ free tuition is also offered to tho student who makes the most progress' during 1915. Tins Competition will not bo judged on quality of ! voice. Studio: 225 High street. Tel. 3,571, AOAOH DeSrei? Pupil,” English, MalheJ rustics; mint .be worker. Address Kvemngs/* 4 Star* Office. ' and Bookkeeping, priaA vate or class tuition; students coached for all examinations; resume January 25th. W. C. Walker, Princes and Marjie streets. . jVfTSS PASSMORE’S Art Classes will rejA.iL sumo on the 26th January.
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