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EDUCATIONAL. A Progressive College. The establishment of a branch of Banks Commercial College, At WHITCOMBE & TOMBS'S BUILDINGS, Cnslicl Street, 'Phone 1905, I has been fully justified by results—Hi success has exceeded all anticipations. To moot the demand \vc ate extending our premises, and next year several departments will be added to the Christchurch curriculum, including Pitman's Shorthand, Law Professional, and all subjects for Government Entrance examinations. The success of the College is due to the fact that (1) The courses have been prepared by the ablest men In the Dominion. (2) The staff is unexcelled by any in the Dominion. (3) Students are trained by the very best established and successful methods. (4) Students arc taught to think, and no pains are spared to gain this end. P. HARLE, Director. Head Oillce: Wellington. PASSES AGAIN examination results PASSES ■**■ prove the thoroughness of PASSES Gilby training—again students PASSES have demonstrated that "GilbyV PASSES means "success." PASSES PASSES 18 Gilby students sat for. tha PASSES last I.P.S. exam (Typist Section) PASSES and all were successful. Of thi» PASSES total, 11 passed with distinction. PASSES Out of 20 passes at the last PubPASSES lie Service Shorthand-Typists* PASSES Exam, 14 were G/iby Students— PASSES 70 per cent, of the total successest GILBYS In the last Matriculation Exam. GILBYS* cessful—equal to 71 per cent. GILBYS GILBYS Bcsults talk I Prepare for your GILBYS examination at Gilby's College. GILBYS Individual tuition by teacherGILBYS specialists ensures thorough trainGILBYS ing, and rapid advancement. Day GILBYS Classes, Evening Classes, CorresGILBYS pondence Lessons. Term com-. GILBYS menccs at any time/ Call or write GILBYS now. GILBY'S COLLEGE. LTD., BOYAL EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, Next G.P.0., Cathedral Square, CHRISTCHURCH!. •Phone 1333. P.O. Box 50. Manager: L .J. Berry, F.I.A.N.Z. (And at Wellington.)

AND QUICKEST WAY TO IA GOOD APPOINTMENT. We are holding SPECIAL EVENING CLASSES in COMMERCIAL HQOK-KEEPINa and PRACTICAL OFFICE ROUTINE. .Instructor: Mr G. H. CHRISTIE, Reg. Kcc\., F.N.Z.A.A. All, Students receive Thorough and Individual Tuition, and are thus enabled to be* ture of time and School Fees. Note: There are extensive - opportuniti I for Students who have acquired a thoroui knowledge of Commercial Book-keeping, ct_ Full particulars on application. Term commences at any lime. DIGBY'S COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, Hallensteln's Bldgs., Triangle (dpp. D.1.C.). kOES YOUR POSITION SATISFY YOUI If your answer is yes, either you hnva climbed to the topmost rung---a most desirable state of affairs—or else you lack ambition and are content to be "bottom dog." If your answer, however, is no, then there is a way out. For your own sake raid for the sake of those dependent upon you now or in the future, you must leave no stone unturned to make yourself worthy of the best of positions. Qualify and the best of positions will come your way. Why not In your spare time study PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING; or ACCOUNTANCY, or LAW, or ADVERTISEMENT WRITING, or receive an up-to-date Course In BUSINESS EDUCATION? All these wc tench by mail. In which are you interested? Write for particulars to-day. HEMINGWAY & ROBERTSON'S CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, LTD., P.O. BOX 516, AUCKLAND. IHE HYDRO ELECTRIC SCHEME offers great possibilities to the TRAINED electrician. Arc you preparing yourself for a BIGGER job. We can train you In every branch of ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Write for FREE book and particulars to-day. NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL, BARLOWS BUILDINGS, CHRISTCHURCH.

71 L 0 C U T I O i DRAMATIC ART. * MISS KIORE KING, L.L.C.M. (Lon.)' CcrtiQcated Graduate of. the Academy of Dramatic Art, London. NEW TERM ABOUT TO BEGIN. For prospectus and terms apply by letter* Address: _ WARWICK HOUSE, 52 ARMAGH STREET. ARRY ELL WOOD, VIOLINIST, Pupil of Pror. Theo. 3plerlng (Berllu), Also Conservatoire, Liege. Owing to the increasing number of pupils, I have decided to DEVOTE ALL MY TIMES DURING THE DAY TO TEACHING. 1 shall be pleased to interview intending pupils at my Studio, No. 4 BROADWAY'S BUILDINGS, Daily between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Sun, Volume VI, Issue 1746, 18 September 1919

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