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EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO BOYS' AND GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOLS, DUNEDIN. SESSION", 1915. "\T EW PUPILS will be ENROLLED on ■*■ ' MONDAY, Btti February. Oltf Pupils Return on TUESDAY, 9th February. BOYS: HIGH SCHOOL. Rector, W. J. MORRELL, M.A.. Soraetimo 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. Recrratiou (with uso 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. Tho Pupils of both Schools are prepared for the Universal- and the Professions, for entrance into tho Civil Service, and for Commercial and Industrial Life. Free place in terms of Government Regulations. Junior Free Places.—Holders of Sixth Standard C-crtifk'itcs of Proficiency, if not over 15 years of age on December 1, 1914, are eligible 'for Junior Free Places, lasting for two years. At T,ho expiration of this time pupils may qualify for Senior Free Places, tenable till the ago of 19. Pupils qualifier! 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 the special permission of the Board will be needed for their admission more than seven day? thereafter. Birth and Proficiency Certificates must be produced at the School on enrolment, am l the sum of 5s must at the same lime be paid for stationery supplied during the year. All Free Pupils returning to the Soiiools must pay tho same charge within the first week. For prospectuses, etc., apply to P. J. NESS. Secretary Board of Governors, Jetty street. Dunedin. COLUMBA GIELS' COLL] (with which is incorporated Braemar House School), rrincip.il: Miss FRANCES J. ROSS. M.A. iformerly Principal of Girton College), WILL BE DEDICATED on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13th. 1915, at 2.30 p.m., by the Right Reverend the Moderator of the Synod cf Otago and Southland. Pupils will be enrolled and Boarders will enter on residence on MONDAY. FEBRUARY Bth. Classe* will bo commenced m TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 9th, a Special Service of Intercession being conducted at 9.50 a.m. by tho. ."Ministers who are members of the Board of Governors. Girls or all denominations will bo welcomed and allowed full opportunity to attend their respective church??. The House which is one of the. noblest it; the Dominion, is pheed in gardens and surroundings of rare beauty. At. an elevation of 500ft~ it- htamU high in the sun, far above tho vapors of the City. It is therefore supremely suited for Boarder*. For Day Pupils it, is no less convenient, (he Colleg.3 gate being a station on the ear Hue. to and from which pupils under 14 travel for a penny each .■•ay: those over 14 pay twopence np and a ipenny down. A Staff of Honors Graduates will prepare pupil? for nil the public examinations np to the 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. TJie College, however, will specially equip pupils with the accomplishments suited to the home. For al! particular.- apply to the Principal, or to P. G. PRYDE. Honorary Secretary, Clyde street, Dunedin. KIXG- EDWAItD T: ripHE day tech: -*- Rl'/Wl.'.V'i TUESDAY. i>d FEBRUARY. The Day Technical College offers syttenv atic institution on practical lines, designed t.6 prepare young people for the business or calling thev purpose entering upon when they leave "school. With this cud in vitw provision ha 3 been made for — 1. A TECHNICAL COURSE, forming: a preparation for Engineering (Mechanical r.nd Electrical), for Tra-.Ks such as Plumbing, Cabinetmnking, and Buildings, ami also for Agricultural Pursuits. 2. A COMMERCIAL COURSE.—The Coinmercial Work is arranged to give students a practical knowledge of ohe essential subjects required to lit them for positions an Shorthand Tvpists, Bookkeepers, Shop Assistants, A DOMESTIC ( mr and Needlew.n T RSK.-~ln Dr£ garments for Indies' generd wear. Instruction is giveu in Economical Management of the Home, Practical Instruction in Household Management, Laundry Work, Cost and Variety of Foods to bo provided tor meals, rui.ctice in Cooking Actual Dinners and Pupils who linv. fcitmor Free Place Holders of Proficic iet-t to certain • so:! the Junior are, stilled Free ANGUS MARSHALIV Director. ARGHERFIEL.D. HIGH-CLASS UNDENOMINATIONAL BOARDING AND DA A' SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Conducted by Mrs T. N'ISBET. A complete education is given in all branches up to the University standard. Kindergarten for Boys and Girls from three vears, under Miss Fitzgerald. It is the Principal's aim to give each Child thorough individual attention, and to make the home life a happy, healthful training time for the Girls committed to her care. A limited number of Pupils may now be Enrolled for next term, which commences on 4th FEBRUARY, 1915. Boarders assemble WEDNESDAY. 3rd Februatv. School Opens THURSDAY, 4th February. 9.30 a.m. Prospectus and particulars may be. obtained from Mrs T. NISBET, Lees street, Dunedin. CHOOSE A COMMERCIAL CAREER. LEARN SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING—A Capable 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 have no difficulty in securing Positions for those, students we can recommend. Government Appointments await Typistes who qualify by examination. Our students have been "highly successful throughout the Dominion. Enrol Now in our Day or Evening Classes. Only individual instruction. JOSSBOTHAM'S COMMERCIAL COLjuV LEGE, LTD., 49 Dowliug* street, Duuedin. Telephones 736 and 2,114. Railway Concessions to Country Students. 'AROLD BROWNING, L.A.8., A-T.C.L-, - RESUMES MONDAY, February Ist. Entries for Open Annual Scholarship, entitling winner to 12 mouths' free tuition, CLOSE on MONDAY, February Ist. A Scholarship of 12 months' free tuition is also offered to th& student who makes the most progress during 1915. This Competition will not. be judged on quality of voice. Studio: 223 High street. Tel. 5,571. milE LANGER DIIgSSCUTTING 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 Su-wart will be in attendance to enrol pupils. EVENING CLASSES START MARCH. froanectusSA on aoclicitioru

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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