: Public Notices. NOTICE Is hereby given that the Partneril ship heretofore subsisting between tne undersigned, carrying on business as Artesian Well. Coal: Borers, and Expert Divmerrat Auckland under the stylo or firm of iEEOHAM AND CLARK, has been dissolved by mutual consent as from tlie date hereof. All debts due to and owing by the said tato farm will be received and paid respectively by tne undersigned Thomas . Needbam. who will continue to carry on the said business. Dated this fifteenth day of August, 1910. THOMAS NEEDHAM. , ARTHUR CECIL CLARK. Witness to both signatures— GEO. A. GREBBIN. • Solicitor, Auckland. ' JAW NOT E. ! The Clients of my late husband. Mr. F. E. i Baume, K.C.. are hereby notified that the Law Business so long carried on by him in ! Whitaker Chambers, Wyndham-street. has been sold to MR. W. P. ENDEAN. of Auckland. Barrister and Solicitor, who will continue the said business in the same office. August 15, 1910. I • ROSETTAL. BAUME, ! Executrix of the Will of the late P. E. Baume. INVENTORS AND PATENTEES are notified that MR, H. H. RAYWARD is now in Auckland, and may be - consulted at the Office of tho Firm. His Majesty's Arcade, Queea-atreet, Auckland. *■.' •... ..-.",. MR. RAYWARD is "a member of the wellknown Firm of BALDWIN AND RAYWARD. the leading PATENT ATTORNEYS in Australasia, and his advice and assistance is at the disuosal of Inventors. Educational. IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND X TECHNOLOGY, SOUTH KENSINGTON, LONDON, S.W., ENGLAND. Including as integral parts, THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, THE ROYAL SCHOOL OF MINES. THE CITY AND GUILDS COLLEGE. Visitor; HIS MAJESTY THE KING. Chairman: The Rt. Hon. the Earl of Crewe, .- : :,.. K.G. • : Courses of Instruction and opportunities for -ADVANCED STUDY AND RESEARCH are provided for in the following branches of Science, viz. Mathematics and Mechanics (Professor Perry. F.R.S.): Physios (Professor Calendar, F.R.S.); Chemistry, including Chemical Technology (Professor Sir .Edward Thorpe, F.R.S.); Botany (Professor Farmer. F.R.S.); Vegetable Physiology (Professor to be appointed); Zoology (Professor Sedgwick, F.R.S.): Geology (Professor Watts, F.R.SJ; Mining (Professor Cox); Metallurgy (Professor Carlyle); Engineering (Civil,, Mechanical and Electrical), (Professors Dal by and Mather);_ Railway Engineering (under the supervision of Professor Dalby): ■•■•■■,'. Prospectus may be obtained free, or Calendar consulted at the Office of this Paper. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. '-'STO BO BOUGH," LAKE ROAD, DEVONPORT. Conducted by ' , THE REV. I. T. WALTON (Late Latin, French, and English Master at Wellington College). This is distinctly a Preparatory School for Matriculation and for Business, and that each boy may receive as much attention as possible, the number is limited to 15. from seven to 15 years of age. Cricket, Football, Tennis, and safe Sea Bathing. Reference to parents of past and present pupils. . .pOMMEBCIAL rpRAINING /COLLEGE, "" 81, QUEEN-ST. S New Session Starting in September. H -. — . ■ . v O These Classes are a popular institute tion, and in order to meet demands an T Extra Class for High Rate 3 will be i H formed. ■ a- : :——-——— N Classes, will be as follows.— ! D ■:■••'••■■.; ! SPEED ..' Intermediate FRIDAYS. i CLASSES Advanced '„ MONDAYS, at 7 p.m. High Rates WEDNESDAYS. rpHE A UCKLAND QCHOOL J'OR : THNGINEERS. Principal: JA& W. BOWER. Certificated Mining and Mechanical Engineer. :■ Correspondence Courses. Day and Evening Classes for ALL Government Certificates in Steam and Oil. "Write or Call for Prospectus. Address: TYRONE BUILDINGS. CUSTOMSTREET EAST. Auckland. rrfHß , T ADIES* /COLLEGE AND :- : : '. OCHOOL OF TLpsiov CLEVELAND HOUSE, REMUERA. . Principal: MRS. S. A MOORE-JONES, . ' M.M.. M.R.C.P.. C.M., 8.H.. London. Staff of Graduates and Certificated Teachers, .v-English and Foreign. Thorough Modern High-class Education for Girls on. Christian but Unsectarian Principles. Exams, prepared for. Modern Languages Taught Conversationally. Maternal Supervision and Moral Discipline. Stone Buildings, with perfect ventilation ana drainage. Extensive grounds. Prospectus at Messrs. Upton and Co. and Champtaloup and Cooper. .■. _ •:.. .. ; '„ t -■-;■'•■■■ Next Term Begins May -list, 'Phono 808. ';. ; : .* Trams to Gate. "•pi LAM" SCHOOL OF _A_ BT " AND .'■:..■■'.'•■ '■' ' AUCKLAND AET CCHOOL. - ART GALLERY. AUCKLAND. Classes in every branch of Art and Design are held every morning, afternoon, ana evening. _ ~ . ■ There are 300 Free Places; Pupils are also admitted on payment of Fees. . , Special Classes are held in Drawing and Painting from " Life." Design, Wood-carv-ing. Modelling. Repousse Metal -Work, ana Art Leather Work. For particulars apply to ; ~E. W. PAYTON, Director. ; rpo THE BUSINESS MEN OF; AUCKLAND. ; You know i what it means: to have thoroughly, trained men- in yonr office. Have you yourself got such men assisting you? We want to ask you to give preference to the young man. has undergone . a- solid, rigorous course of practical training- in BoWt-keoping—Accountancy—Com-mercial Law—Company BankingAgency : Work, etc., '.etc.' ■.-■•■? "-•] The young man who puts his evenings to good - use by studying for his Accountancy Degree is the man you want!' Do you know what the degree syllabus covers? Do you know what we are doing to train these young men in this work? We are certain you -would be- interested and surprised to know the completeness of our equipment. \ .We are glad at all times to show you what is being done to help the young men and to ; consequently increaso the general efficiency Of your office staff. I '■', We extend : an i invitation to you Hto come and see for yourself. Seeing is > believing 1 Believing will ; mean acting! and we want you 'to ■ act by employing none but qualified men. Next time you engage an assistant, ask him: " Have you studied under , HEMINGWAY AND ROBERTSON?" Our Address: '■*'.'."'. ENDEAN'S BUILDINGS. QUEEN-ST. f'" ~ — . rpERM BEGINS FROM DATE OF ENTRY. Qf|iC POSITIONS OBTAINED FOR PUPILS QUO ; LAST YEAR. 007 SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS have juO t.O been Trained and Introduced to Excellent Appointments. EDUCATIONAL POSITIONS OBTAINED FOB : •;■■; -' ■;■■ STUDENTS LAST MONTH. : ■ * : Miss Cohen, Shorthand Writer and TypistMilne and Choyce. Miss Croker,, Shorthand Writer and Typist-Milne and Choyce Miss Taylor, Shorthand Writer and TypistRussell and Campbell, Solicitors. Miss Fowler, Shorthand Writer and Typist—isnglish and Foreign Piano Company. Miss Fenton. Shorthand Writer and Typist— and Co. Mr. Williams, Shorthand Writer and Typist— Brothers. Miss White, Shorthand Writer, and Typist—Grey Lynn Borough Council. Miss ' Mason, Shorthand Writer and Typist—Stewart Bros.* Helensville. Miss Lake, Shorthand Writer and TypistMr. Colebrook. Miss McLeod, Shorthand Writer and Typist-Mr. Hazard. Miss Stevenson. Shorthand Writer and Typist-Mr. R. J. Entriean,. • • ■ . , THREE SHORTHAND SPEED RECORDS FOR NEW ZEALAND. v Write, CalL or Telephone for Prospectus. '. J. H. C OLWJLC > ' SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOKKEEPING AND WRITING SCHOOL, <:-'■■■■ . SWANSON-STREET. - -'Phone 1147. ■ Founded 1892. rpo NAZOL. LTD.-Gentlemen.-After giving A- ■"• Nazol" a trial, I am convinced it is the finest remedy for cold in the head yet introduced: it relieved me from the first dose.and next day my cold had gone.—Yours faithfully, E. Syms. Victoria-street June 23rd,,
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