EDUCATIONAL. TO TEACHERS. A SSISTANT TEACHEK (male or female) .r\ required for SCHOOL FOR DEAF, Sumner, near Christchurch; age between 18 and 22. Commencing salary not less than £IOO per annum. Particulars on application to the undersigned, to the Director of the School, or to tho Chief Post Office, at Auckland. Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin. Applications will be received up to 25th January. E. O. GIBBES, Secretary for Education. Education Department, Wellington. 7ih January, 1915. CHOOSE A CO JIM E: LEARN* SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING—A Caixible Stenographer and Typist need never dread unemployment. LEARN BOOKKEEPING—A knowledge of this important subject will increase your earning capacity. The demand for Competent Office Assistants is so constant that we havo no difficulty in securing Positions for those students we can recommend. Government Appointments await Typistcs who qualify by examination. Our students havo been highly successful throughout the Dominion. Enrol Now in our D: ~ Only individual in?'-* T3 OSSBOTHAM'S COMMERCIAL COLIX LEGE, LTD., 49 Dowling street, Dunedin. Telephones 736 and 2,114. Railway Concessions to Country Students. KING EDWARD TECHNICAL COLLEGE. nr\HE DAY TL REOPENS ON TUESDAY. £nd FEBRUARY. The Day Technical College offers systematic instruction on practical lines, designed to prepare young people for the busiucss or calling they purpose cnterim; upon when they leave school. With this end in view provision lias been made for—1. A TECHNICAL COURSE, forming a preparation for Engineering (Mechanical r.nd Electrical), for Trades such as Plumbing, Cabinetmaking, and Buildings, and also for Agricultural Pursuit::. 2. A COMMERCIAL COUHSE.—The Commercial Work is arranged to give students a practical knowledge of the essential subjects required to lit them for positions a<s Shorthand Typists, Bookkeepers, Shop Assistants, t't-j. 5. A DOMESTIC COURSE.—In Dressmaking and Needlework the students are taught, to cut, fit, and make all necessary garments tor ladies' general wear. Instruction is given in Economical Management of the Home, Practical Instruction in Hcuseholcl Management, Laundry Work, Cost, and Variety of Foods to be provided tor meals, Practice in Cooking Actual Dinners and Serving the same. Tabic Arrangement, cic. Pupils who have rassct me Junior or Senior Free Place Examination or are the Holders, of Prciicieney Certificate.; sre. subANGUS MARSHALL, Hired or. npHE LANGER PRESSCUTTING SCHOOL, •*• 123 High street lopp. D.I.C ), REOPENS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY Ist. Classes 10 to 12 and 2 to i p.m., when Miss Stewart will be in attendance to enrol pupils. EVENING START MARi.-H. Prospectuses on application. A CCOUNTANOY and Bookkeeping, priA CCOUNTAMJi nncl Bnokicec-pmg, P rivate or class tuition: students coached for all examine t ions; resume January 25th. W, C. Waikcr, Princes and Jlnrj-e streets. >0 —Miss Brown Resumes Teaching January 25th. Above Moray Place P. 0.; telephone 2,977. T&,|TSS PASSMORG'S, ~A x'JL siime on the 26th January. PUBLIC NGTIGES. ABSENTEES' AGENTS. £320 washhouse, copper and tubs, 2 fireplaces, new rang?; capital corner section 50 x 100, with a good stable and trap shed ; very suitable for a carrier, and is for immediate sale, as present owner is leaving Dunedin. 1751 and situated |, c „„, .stcuoii. souih. with verandah, nice hall, panelled ceilings, ait, papers and friezes, hot and cold water, washhouse, copper and tubs; the building '« ,-.....„t;~..ii.. TO LET. TO LET. C'ES STREET.—L Store and .Suite, of Offices; cart entrance and basement, with hydraulic lift, lately occupied by Messrs Riae'h and M'Lennati; rent £IOB ner an[Ofl~Verandah and square-window Re>'}\J sidencn of 5 rooms, South Dunedin; arch hall, gas thror -1 —* --*■ ['ricze and cold water, washhouse, copper and tubs, coalhouse, very nice vinery; largo shed; concrete foundations, asphalt paths, yard, and nico garden. 1660 CONFECTIONER!' BUSINESS SITY CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS, with J turnover of £lB to £2O per week, capital profits; together with window fittings, cash register, scales, stock, etc. Rent £2 10s per week for shop, dwelling, and bakehouse-. Price £l5O. 95 JOHN GBERTN AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, PROPERTY SALESMEN, 205 Princes street. Dunedin.
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