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'A V'O-I -.-?'*¦?'Kg R R Y HAIR, ?*VV'0'T?? -on E Y II A I H,
.Otherwise you are often avoided by others. *- -'.- Men" and* women by the thousand hive
suffered the serious drawbacks of grey ¦¦ hair. Oure'the'-'trouble' willi?
LONGMORK'S SULPHUR HAIR RESTORER. .lAONowow-'fi csui.pifuii lum. restorer. l/ONO_0BE*S * HULPinm HAIR RESTORER.
? -"hair remedy that eradicates hair troubles
which are responsible for greyness. Not .a dye, not a 'stain, hut positive cure. , The i-calp ii nourished, the original colour
of the hair returns?easily applied, and --.cannot he detected. Giant Bottle-, 2/0; > Petted. 3/.* -..'"¦
tOther'. Longmore Remedies.
? ?'¦ FOR. RHEUMATICS.' LUMBAGO. PAINS,
. . .-' .-ii- v STRAINS, kc
*l*hcre ls pr-impt* relief and cure in 1I0YI_TS MIRACULOUS OIL. It is made from special herbs, bulbs, barks, kc, and . penetrates and
soothes. ' '-"
2/0. POSTED 3/.
BEWARE OF WINTER COIJ1S.
Prepare tp-rlay and have liandy in the heme f bottle of EVERTON COUGH CURE. Very eflec ttve for adults and children.
¦" - IK POSTED 2/.
ACTHMA SUFFERERS GET RELIEF. ASTHMA SUFFERERS GET RELTBF.
.Keep free frbm attacks at night, and -rn nure complete rest Bum ASTHMACUIt in the bedroom or Inhale prior to retiring.
1/6. POSTED 2f.
BR. LONDON'S ASTHMATIC ELIXIR
Is acknowledged . as ft wonderful remedy. -Take internally aa directed; excellent tor
-. bronchitis. - .
'..?¦? ,.: . . .8/6. POSTED 4/. WHEN BON DOWN. ... WHEN RUN DOWN.
. . When nerves, get on edge, when.weak. after > Illness, IXJNGMORK'S STRENGTHENING '. TONIC gives you strennth.anil energy, creates
full, rich blood. ldea'l for old and young,
2/6, TOSTED .*!,'. . DSPIOBSTION CURE.
, Sirdar's Indigestion 'Drops afford quick
' relief. Orcrcomc, billlou* feeBng, belching,
headaches; constipation. They are a stomach, liver, and digestive tonie.
?¦¦'- * 2/6, POSTED-3/'. ? .
rRESCRITTlONS ACCURATELY and PROMPTLY
.... . - ... dispensed: *
Write for List of Various Preparations and -^ - ' Remedies. ,
¦ . - ? LONGMORK'S, '
? ¦- LONGMORK'S,
THE MELBOURNE CHEMISTS, ...'. - THU-MELBOURNE CHEMISTS.
,-. ,"jS3-7 Bourke Street, Melbourne.
0- W. .MOON. Herbalist 211 RUzabcth at, hu
? ¦ Removed 1o IIB Ixli-sdalc st., opp. Mel . bnui*neJ__--*rp_*J__Ho**rs, JO_-5. .l-7O.______-.__ ' i^O_N8 (lard) and Callouses Removed by using
*J White's painless, sncceasfnl Com Piles; 1/2 posted. . W. M. White, care of White and Han cc___296_* clty_rd.,Jonth.lleU>ounic._ B.. INO, Chinese Herbalist, enres" diseases, in
terna!, external, ahseej-ses, rhcuma-sm. 51
Victorl*-,- pde.; Collingwood.____?? 1 DIAB_tlO~F*lonr, sUrcliless, or with any pre-
scribed percentage of starch. Union Mann factoring Co., 23*>-i'.Elizabeth st, Melbourne._ D'AyiD INO, Chinese Herbalist, cures diseases,
internal, external; specialist al?ces*?a, rbem inntisrn. Bl. Victoria parade._Collin2--*ood.
DR. ROCK"Onie A.~I.F.y,"Spcciaiiit"_f ASpSe")',
Nervous,, and Skin Diseases, 86 Collins st Hours: ll to 1, 2_to_4, 7_to___r.m. Ceat_12S4. DRUNKENNESS Curcd."-rDr. . Shaw's "anti-alco.
hollc home treatment, secret or Tolunt?ry; ad- vice free. Dr. Slaw's Est, 116 Queen st, Melb.
I FEDERAL MEDICAL INSTITUTE,SI2 Elizabeth
? St.-Dally, 11-12, 2-3, 7-S; aU d-cases; advice, medicine, 3/6. Dr. Maloney, surgcon.
FITS, Epilepsy.?Trench's Remedy Cures sover*
?* ,*,_- Vr.» l__,L-l-» f-,? (I,. I1-ln? fV.
AUi STONES.?A lady who has attacks ol X this trouble says that BB PILLS so far have
given -her quickest' -relief from ¦ pair? ... _ fide and back, and t-he intends to take one of them every second night, as. required, to'aave nn operation if ¦ possible. BB RHEUMAITO riLLS are largely vegetable, and act quickly on thc liver nnd kidneys. BB PILLS may bc ob- tained for 2/t! box at leading chemists, or posted by
V-f hair of'your youth, Longmore's Sulpnur nair Restorer; 2'G, posted 3/. Ixmgmnre's, the Mel- bourne chemists, 185 Bourke, at, Melbourne.
HAIRS,'" Moles removed "permanently, cleo
trlclty. Miss Stones (Worthelm'a), 294 Bourka* st__ __ _ .._^______¦ HAIRS Removed by electricity, permanently.
Mdc__Bickeratnff, cert expert. 37 Swanston st 'TOYOIIS, Permanent Release "THF." EZ-NF." " CATARRH CURE. Rattan's, 394 High st, St. Kilda.'"Now ready, 1/._' ___ MELOVA."-Catarrh,' ""influenza. Sore throat,
Mumps, Deafness; 2/0. Bocke, Tomnsltt, MeL MASSAOR."7-insii Maim, cert . V.M.A.; fees
mod.; hoiifs, 10'to 5; 32 Porter st Prahran. ¦Kln_B70S\_____ M.. .0... ,T- H E R H O - 6.?-'_. ..- ...' .Tlie Kuprefoe, Joy of Womanhood... ¦
¦ ttii^'.61...ytlie.,¦ loftiest,,.noblest purposes; of "Vfpiodia", is-.to help ..women to become healthy mqtheM'.-.of.- well-horn,.children. .Vtmedla .Health InWltu.t?.',!nT;Cojnjn. st. (opp, Equitable Bldg.).
'TL/f-yri-Oit T-. ¦ 'H.-T-.,E .'¦ RH" O O D.
¦"tfA-t-vThe-i-BunTBiue- Joy of. Womanliood.- '
One of the loltiest,.. noblest purposes ¦ of "0*im«dU"?ia .lo help women to -become healthy *rnoth.r;rt'.jit.-,a'cl!cljorn children. -Apply, Vimedla Health .Institute,',-317 Cullin* street, opp. Eqult allie 'Blinding, 'Ccut 114G1._. .
KR,,. C. YOUNG . CflUNG.. Chinese Herbalist,
Bendigo;?I had suffered from heart trouble for over 20 years, and .had consulted and been tn-ted by five doctors at different times, without getting any permanent relief. After being under . your treatment for three months'! felt completely
cured. It ls now- two months since I relinquished y-ur.'treatment. and I don't feel any return of the complaint'in the slightest degree.?-G. MUR- RAY. Witness?Thomas Jno. Power, J.P.
Koyuga, May 14, 1919.
TV.fR. C. YOUNO CHUNG, Herbalist, 201 Willlam iJJ.,Apn,,ft., -Bendigo, will-visit Melbourne, 31 Evelyn st, East Melbourne, on 13th* 14th February, and .every-third' week thereafter. Bourke street tfarp.Di?sasdeor.
XfR- ' '-' I'- S. O O O N, iii.-T! PEEL STREET, BALLARAT EAST,
Wiu. Visit Melbourne. 274 Lohsdnlc st., Irom Feb. -Sl__to_28,i and_I'very 3rd_Week Thereafter. MRS. McOKOROL, jewavlllc, 607 Kt. Kilda rd.,
Herbalist; dally, 10 to D; also Monday even ings only, -S o'clock. ¦ __'___ TV/TRS. BEllVJARVIS, Electro Masseuse, Herbal: -l-'A 1st Consultillon' free. Phalr-s'Ch., 327 QoUlns____._Cent aO_B9.___¦ ¦
HRS. A. PLUM; Hcrhaiist, Edinb-rRli Man-
sions, opp; Hawksburn stn., Tuesdays, Wed ncsda-ya,- 10-a.ia.- to 4 p.m._ ¦"VTATURE'R REMEDIES, -i? ¦¦-> ATURF/S REHEDIES,-;-^>
'The CURATIVE' powers .of. pun-, wholesocne herbs arc unlimited, and -tvben nreacrilicd sped* tleally,- liave proved 'nlmost infallible.
;I-,use- only .purest .importations lrom CHINA. Fresh supplies every month.'
ASTHMA, ALI, LUNG TROTOLBS, KIDNEY, LIVER, AND .STOMACH DISORDRRS. THE KER. VOUS SYSTEM. CIRCULATION OF BLOOD, ALL CONSTITUTIONAL An.MBNTH. kc. -c., TREATED MOST CAREFULLY AND SUCCESS- FULLY.-.;--'
My'well-known postal treatment.commends It- self,. 'Innumerable people throughout Australia have been cured In* Ibis treatment '
Write to me N0\V and tell me your troubles, and 1 will send von FREE diagnosis of your case. ALL LETTERS "STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
(. '-¦'.. TO WHOM IT'MAY CONCERN.
Il- Ihe linden-lpmed. have lunch pleasure in re- commending Mr. P. Y. LEE. of 157 Spring street, ? Metbcume, for his wonderful herbal Postal Treat- ment' -He has succ-Ksfullv treated .me for high blood pressure...heart and had circulation, also acute Indigestion, aller being given un ns In- curable by our oivn doctor, who told me I ahonld never be wolfer'able to do any work again, 1 nm pleased lo say that 1 am as well ns ever, and 1 am able to attend to my duties again.
I should strongly advise tut lents to give him a trimbelerfe giving up hope, as 1 think his treat- ment most wonderful. _¦
?R/2/1922..NURSE J. WHITE, Witness,--G. Barker, J.P., Rosebery. "?'.':'.. .v. yTur.K,
-.- -.- CHINESE HKH.ll SPECIALIST,'
(Ute ol Ballarat).
137 SPRING STREET. MELBOURNE.
-Tel. 2301 Pent. _
ECIPE " FdR INFLUENZA. COLO, a_J
A Special Mixture fer Inflnenta, Wiooplng Cei_h( Colds,.Bronchitis. Croup, and Sort Throats may lie-made.by anyone without any trouble or . tusslng. AH-you need do Is to .get a bottle ol
UEEN-O from your chemist or store, nod odd ll to sweetened water as per eaiy directions printed oh the label. This will produce a family supply ot splendid soothi!-**, healing, pbl-rgm-loosenlnf ' s-atnr-. HEENZO cosls only 2/, anil aavae
' POBUdS. ¦'
oure'or'money'returned: month's trent-ment, C/6.-- The Union-Oo.v-.29Sa Elisabeth st., Melb.
SaKGH)Ainitlts,s Abdominal" Corsela; "highest
: testimonials Melb. public hospitals. ' il. Tay- lor," Thc Block, Elizabeth st. entrance. ._.. .
»'lSTR"Ssran)"est~BiiglTs_r*m*rmi;ie?to ord-"-, 'A* Surgical .Bells and Binders, Accouchement
Onlfits, kc; cntftlogues free. Saunders and Co., 311 Flinders lane, Melb.
GROOEmES, WINES, & SPIRIT-.
9d.' ailMt: Safn-Ujr, 1/ a lint.
appetite taken regularly 3 times day before neala, nlieves sleeplesataa, low t-nirita, uearalgU. Intli gentlon . '.dumtst-s, liceetea groctia. 2/t. 4/0$ -otc- and clubs, 6d. wineglass.
"tniRMOUTn MARTINI, of World-wids J-Ofc ¦";?¦¦ Tho BUST APPEl-lKK Ever Known, .
The only Vermouth for MARTINI COCKTAIU
Wholcsalc,;F£RIlANDO and Co?.20S ninden lan*.
TKNDBB8 win be weeli al at thc Contneta 0_* at Um aban ed di aa, whare forma and par _olara may ba obtained nd sa upi-a lsapected. up till 2 p._ on FRIDAY, Utti FEBRUARY, for the SUPPLY of LEATHER ta Oo?noawcalUi Artificial Umb Factorial, Including;?
Rawhide Calf Yearling. Ckamola.
Calf WiUow. Box Calf.
Chromoi I_ing or Lac* Crop Balta,
lng Greenhide. Greenhide (heavy).
Basils. Wtrlte Sleep. Pelham*. WelUng Tan. Calf Russet. Hag Leather.
.Tanhlde. Belting Leather. .
Febr-aary 9, 1S23.
TENDERS will be received by the Deputy Post-
master-General. Melbourne, until 3 p.m. on the 13th March. 1923, for the SUPPLY and DE- LIVERY of ACCUMULATORS and ACCUMULA- TOR PLAT-RS (Schedule Vic. 94).
See ''Commonwealth Gaietta"* of the Sth Feb- ruary, IP23.
JUSTINIAN OXXNHAU, Secretary. Postmaster-Pen cnl's Department _
THIea Office, Melbourne.
(COUNTRY ROADS BOARD.
TENDERS, addreased ta th* Secretary of the Board, and endoraed "Tender for Sandv Creek Bridge," will be received at this office up till 2.IS p.m. on Monday, 26th February, for ERECTION ot a 20ft. epan TIMBER BRIDGE over Bandy Creek, on the Buffalo River road, in the Shire ot Rrlght. Plans and specifications may be seen at this- office and at Inspector Anderson's Camp, Buffalo River South. Preliminary deposit 2J per cent. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted;___ _^__ qfRefTUBLIO _RVlGK BOARD Invites anllea
J- dons rm to 26th February, 1923, on forma obtainable from ita office, 39 Banter etreet, Sydney, and from Ca.P.8. in cuan tis dlabicta, for Ult POSITION of MALU UBRARY ASSIS- TANT, not marc than 3S yean of afe, for Poblic Library of New Bout's Wales. -Jualtficatlm.:? Extensive experience In a general reieieui-u library, a knowledge of* liMmry claa_ cation (especially the Dewey system), caUlognin,. (es- pecially the dictionary system). Preference will be friven to applicanta with a kaowledge of' foreign angiiages. Salary, £300 p.a. (nrbjaca to' deduc
rjiHE Board of Examiners for Kngina-drlven
A- hold an examination in MaOtoarnc, coma ina; March 6 next
Forms ot application and fan wtieulan be obtained from tile Secretary for Mfcies. ] bourne. _ _
HARN_S AND SADDLERY FOB
HARNESS and SiDDUtBY and all tea <ji WiTHKIt and CANVAS WORK avafleMe tor re tunesl soMien only.
| Riding Saddles of all descriptfooa,
Hone and Cow Bnje a Speciality. Send for New Price List. ,
Payment may bc n-ade by eash, Cloor Sattae tBtrnt authority, or War Gratuity Bond.
Price Urta, a/der forms, and all lntaaatla tal
coMUomfKALrni cov-ER_i_rr harness
¦osinsalh and Croom streets, Clifton Bill. Tictoria,
Telaphoae Northcote Til.
DRESS AN7D FASHION.
4/6; NOW S/ll per pair.
FINE LISLE HOSE, lr _ .
mole, beaver, white, and brown
To those who have a regard for Economy, thc following list iof keenly priced goods will prove an incentive for carly shopping.
S-n. LENGTH BEST PREN'OT KID GLOVES, sises SJ and 6. Usually 9/6: NOW 3/11 per pair.
8.B.- L-ENGTH LISLE GLOVES, fine quality, in grey, and black; sises 6, 6, and 6'. Usually 5/6; NOW 2/11 per pair.
tan, grev, and pastel. Usually <¦«; NOW S/ll per pair.
FINE LISLE HOSE, In grey,
Usually 3/li; VoW 2/11 per
RIBBONS, LACKS, AND
LINGERIE THREADING RIB ,BON8 OF BILK GLACE, Jin. wide, in white, ivory, and nil dainty'Colourings. Usually 3/G to 4/11 per doz.; NOW 2/6 per
"Acer with fine net
GROUNDS, 4 to S inches wide, embroidered floral designs, In white, ivory, and Paris. Usually 1/, 1/0, 2/3, 2/11; NOW 6d-, Od., I/, and 1/6 per yard. .
I HANDKERCHIEFS, of FINF. ILAWN, with. berostitehed l** ders, embroidered one comer. Large range of dainty designs to choose from. Usually 6/6, 7/6; SOW 4/0 per half dm.
RICH SILK NINON SHOUL- DER or MOTOR SCARVES, 23 yards long, 3Cln. wide, with 3in. U.S. border, in black, ivory, and newest French shade!. Usually 21/; NOW 17/6
MOTOR VEILS, 1J yard, long. Usually 5/6; NOW 4/6 each. 2 yards long, Usually 6/6; NOW
OSTRICH FEATHER BOAS and NECKLETS, smart, full, and fluffy styles,in white, saxe, grey, and yellow, also shot cuei'l*. Usually 45/, 4P/6, to 60/0; NOW 30/ each.
HABERDASHERY AND FANCY
JEWELLED BACK COMBS and DAGGERS. A large as- sortment. Usnally 7/6 to 22/6; - 0/ each.
...-BIITVK MENDING WOOL, ._ os. balls, in black, Un, na-
tural, white. Usually Od.; NOW
Od. ncr ball. - .
1 XYLONITE and TORTOISE; ..iHKLL BAU MOUNTS. Usual prices from 7/0 to 10/6; NOW 6/6 each. '
SAFETY PINS, bundles con- taining 50 pins. Usually Od.; NOW 8d. per hunch.
WRITING TABLFTS, con- taining ion sheets cream-laid naper, ruled both sides. Usual- ly 1/8; NOW 1/ each; 11/ per
BOXES ol SOAP, containing Ia cakes of perfumed soap. SPECIALLY PRICED AT, lld.
¦"PLAYING CARDS, "RAM-
BLER." Usually 27; NOW 1/f
PM0PPLAYING CARDS. Unal
lly 3/8; NOW 2/11 per pkt,
-AUSTRALIAN DIARIES. (pocket. flM. AIJi AT HALF MARKED PRICES TO CLEAR.
, During Clearance Freight will bc Paid on all Drapery Parcels to Any Part ol the Slate.
THE MUTUAL STORE LTD.,
Melbourne's Leading Depart-
Opp. Flinders Street Station, Iwherc Evei-rUiing
ls Tlie Reit
by Actual Test.
mHE MAN WHO WORKS JL AT H1GU SPEED.
And want* to keep all his driving- power, will
REX CAMP PIE BEX OAMP IMF.. REX CAMP. PII3
ls an excellent thing to get steam up with, lt suits broad and harrow gauge appetites. ,
lt is a signal achievement of the Rex chefs, who have 'guarded your health and digestion by taking and compounding thc best mints and cooking them to perfec-
With salads or as sandwiches. Rei Camp Pie ts good tare. Try a tin to-day. lt nooda no cooking.
FOGG ITT JONES LTD.
UMMF.R SUITS. SUMMKR Stirn-. SUMMER SUITS.
EASY PAYMENTS. KASY PAYMENTS. EASY PAYMENTS. EASY PAYMENTS.
largest Stock of Indigo Twilla and Worsteds. We' Boy Direct from the
Sulla from £$/S/. ladlee' Coftumes from £8/8/.
. Tallon. ,
4 Royal Arcade, Roarke Street. J. Pi JOTTER PTY. LTD., .). Pi JONI* PTY. LTD., J. P. J0NB8 PTY. LTD.,
J. P. JONES PTY. LTD..' J. P. JONB8 PTY.- LTD.,
ebeiaMa. Lygon timi. Cullan; 3 stampe.
^lS^~uTiS^BSirSrikta*t, wa_*!«; part -* «y. Ulai Moloney, chemist, Lefaa st..
BBES8 AMD FASHIOIT.
IRISH IJNEN STORE.
ANNUAL STOCKTAKING SALE.
HOUSEHOLD LINUS AT
Sale DAMASK SERVIETTES. Sale Assarted Floral Designs,
Bale SlswSS x 12 In.: 7/3 Hatf-di-en. Sile 1.INKN DAMASK SERVIETTES, Sale Large Variety Designs,
~ * Size 22 x 22in-, Readv Hemmed; .
8/9, 10/6, 18/ Half-doaen.
LINEN TABLE DAMASK,
Width ll yards; 11/6 Var..
¦?Hailstone Foot Stripes lin ._._ Width 2 Yards.
Sale Designs?Poppy, Hailstone Spot, Sale 12/6 Yard.
Rale Design?I-*af, Shsrarock, Shamrock, and Kale Chrysanthemum, Kale 13/G Yard.
Design?Snot Floral Border,
Sale HEMSTD. LINEN FINISH TBA AND Sale SUPPER CLOTHS.
Sale Size 40 x 40 in.; 9/C Each.
Sire 45 x 45 In.; 10/9 Karil. HKMSTD. LINEN TEA AND
Size .I* x 38 In.; 14/G Each Sale Size 40 x 40 in.; 17/6 Each.
Size 45 x 45 In.; 21/ Each. Size M x 54 in.; 21/ Each. LINEN FINISH SHEETING.
(No Extra Charge for Hemming into
Width li yards; 2/3, 3/3. 4/ Yard.
Width 2 yards; 3/6, 3/U. 4/G yard. Width 21 yards; 4/6, 6/3 Yard.
Bale Width 2. yards; 7/9, S/6 Yard.
PLAIN PILLOW COVKltS.
Size 20 x 30 in.; 2/9, 2/11, S/G Each.
HF.USTD. PILLOW COVERS.
Rise 20 x 30in.: 6/, 7/3. 7/9 Each.
COLOURED TURKISH HOLLERING.
Colours?Cr?im and Wliite, Brown and Sale White Check, Brown with Red Border, Rale Brown with Red Stripes.
Sale Width Kin.: 2/t, Yard.
Sale WHIT- BATH TOWELS.
Sale Superior Quality. Hemmed.
Sale Sale » x 40 In.; 3/11 Kaeh. Sale Klae 23 x 44 in.; 4/9 Each. Bale - 'Size 24 x 4B in.; 5/3 . Each. Sale Sire 24 x 48 in.; 3/9 Each.
Sine 28 x 48 in.; 8/11 Etch. GLASS CLOTHS, LETTERED
"GLASS" or "TEA."
10/6. 12/6, 13/9 Half-doaen.
Sale Suitable for Making Tray Cloths, Supper Sale Cloths, Pillow Shaina, Ac. Sale ¦ Width S6hi.
Sale . G/6, 7/6, 8/G Yard.
7/6, 8/. 8/6, 9/6 Yard.
RA 9/, 10/ Yard. Sale Width Min., t Rale HA 12/6 Yard.
Hale GUEST TOWELLING, Sale Figured Tie-sign*. Sale Width 14ln.; 3/6 Yard.
_le Wldlh 16111.; 4/9, 5/9 Yard. ' Jaie Width ISIn.; 4/11 Yard.
ORDERS SENT OARRIAGBrAID.
Customers are requested to inspect these coodl it om- Retail Salesrooms, 231.235 FHnde-m lane (two doora below Swanston street), Melbourne. -
IRISH LINEN STORR, t 231-235 Flinders lane
(Two Doon Below Swanston Street),
- Telephone Central 10512.
BALL AND WELCH PTY. LTD.
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED BY WATER.
OWING TO TUE EXCEPTIONAL I VALUES THESE LINES WERE IN GREAT DEMAND YESTERDAY, AND WE ONLY HAVE A LIMITED NUMBER LEFT, WHICH WE ARE CLEARING AT KXCEPTIONAL PRICES. SHOWING ON TABLES, GROUND "FLOOR.
| SEASONABLE -LINES IN inLLTHERY.
New Autumn Styles in Ready-to wear Hats eh owing* in a choice as- sortment of- eh apes, ranging from 37/6 iipnrards. - ?
Benomiitp Hats in Nirry Stitched ' Velvet, edge bound with corded
ribbon and finished with band and bow; IS/6.
Maids* Black Velret Stitched Hat-, in a pood range of new et vita, at 15/6, 38/6, 21/ each.
¦Many other Fashionable SW les in New Season Good* also chowing nt reasonable price*.
BEAD NOVELTIES FOR DRESS TRIMMINGS
Pearl B_ad_, in soft tones of pink, , blue, helio.. and other fashionable
colours; V tiring of A dozen.
Bone Beads, in whit*, nary, red, lemon, ontngc, green, and pale blue; J/6 atring. of A denten.
Small Ola_B Bead., In all colours;
Small Metal Bead-. 1/3 bunch.
Cabachons? Bronze, 2d. down; Steel, from 2d. to 7id. down; Moonah I ne, Gd. dox-cn; Jet, from 2d. to 2/!> flaxen.
Novelty Cabachon* and Sequins, in assorted coloure nnd shapes.
Bugles, In black, steel, ? bronte, moonshine, and colours; 1/ per
THRO-OGHODT TIM: WAREHOUSE WE ARK DAILY THROWING OUT. SEASONABLE UNE8 AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES TO CLEAR.
Almond Iced Fruit Coke, at 2/ lb.
Cherry Almond Krait Cake, at 1/9 lb. Almond Rataftaa, at 3/ lb.
French Shortbread Bi_cu5t_, at 3/ lb. Walnut Cream Sandwich, at 3/ each. Petit Four*, at 3/ doien.
Coffee Scrolls, at 1/6 dowra.
Spccial Cafe Blend Tea, at 2/3 lb.
All CAKES and PASTRY are MADE ON OUR OWN PREMISES in our Hygienic Bakehouse.
1S0-132 FLINDERS STREET,
'Phone 9070 <S Hues).
TT-_.RKI-T.A9 ju,., WALK-TO RICKI VJ An Sensible ind Useful TtmaxtM.
Set Oar Window.
KINGSTON and LORD,
Opposw Town HsU Poi-ch, .
105 SV.'ANSTON STREET.
FORTY Tsars' Experience corked op in mn
bottle told by F. Holland, Hair Spechlliat,
HOLLAND'S Hair Restorer, the finest ia
the world for thin, dry, and' fAllin*.. hair. All cliemidts^_ _ _
PPORTANT.?Combings mode up, IA or,
twitches, _r. Country, orders promptly attended. Call, send. Misses Joseph (new address), 35 Smith street. Fl-Toy.
M. a line; Saturday, 1/ a line.
M. «- G* JAVIER COLLEGE, KEW.
STUDIES RESUMED 9.30 a.m. WEDNESDAY,
Boarders return Tuesday evening. Hcmbfcrs ol tlie Leaving Classes should arrenge their course-; uf BtsOy with the Prelect of Studies before the open lug date.
The Rector will interview parents each day, from S to 6 p.m., and at other times by special ap- pointment.
Tel. Hawthorn 54.
A M. D. G. XAVIER COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL,
STUDLEY PARK ROAD, KEW.
STUDIES will lie RESUMED 9.30 a.m.,
WEDNESDAY, 14th FEBRUARY.
Hoarders Return Tue?iay fe vening.
. Father O'Dwyer WIHlnterriew parents each day, from' 3 to fi p.m., abd at other times by special
Tel. Hawthorn 2437.'
IN THE HOME.
A sound 'Scholastic training, and at the rame nie a thorou.li preparation for Examinations,
can be obtained from
TAYLOR'S COACHING COLLEGE. . . . . TAYLOR'S COAOWNQ COLLEGE.
Full Courted are issued by tlilt old-established successful College In subjects for?
Arts and I-aw Decrees,
Teachers' Rsa?ilnfttio?s. THOROUGH TUITION AND DETAILED
Full particulars of the College work. Ila unique i?*tem, anil highly qoallfled steff will be sent nrlth pleasure to any address.on receipt of-In
Candidates in any part of tile) State can take -,i -nort with this College for Public, Uniierslty,
and Stat* School Teachers' Examinations.
You should write now. __..__
TAYLOR'S COACHING COLLEGE.
EDUCATION HOilSK, _^
827 -LITTLE COLLINS -IKEET, 'MELBOURNE
(Adjoining afelbonmo Town Hall). Carefully Note TOs_Onlj' Address.
-:-MUSICAL KiNDKRaAiW*BN. Thc Nisse*. C. and "ll. THOMPSON'S CLASSES at LEADING COLLEGES,
Also FBIVATB CENT-ES, ALL SUBURBS.
Kee Anno-meeinent - Aim-srnu-nts Column.
' Tel. Windsor 1M4._
A TH_IW*0-1t OlrU' Or-mmar H_wol, Sari' ¦*TA- rinrham.?First Term Tu_day, February 13.
ADWALTON PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR
BOYS, 150 Wattletree Road. Malvern.
FIRST TERM, 19SS, barina TUESDAY, 13th FEBRUARY. Principal, Miss ADDERLEY. At home by appointment after February 6. Tel. U30M._
BALLARAT CHURCH OF RUC LAND GRAM-
(Property, of the Diocese of Ballarat) -.
Head Matter. Ur. 8. V. Butler, M.A., Trinity College, University of Melbourne, assisted by fully qualified staff (majority ot whom are resident). Splendidly situated on 36 acres ol land close lo the City of Ballarat. Flue bncing climatl.
Large brick bntldlnn, embody latest improve- ments in school architecture. £10,000 recently ?pent on additions. Up-to-date laboratory and sasembly hall now heir* added.
The school has Ita own Chaps], also two large ovals and three tennis courts, gymnasium, boat shed on Lake Wendouree, which is clone tn the
Scholars receive close Individual attention. Ftes lower than big public schools.
Pupils prepared for all University Examina- tions,- as well. al receiving thorough business
TinST TERM COMMENCES 14th FEB., 1923.
Prospectus on application to the Head Master or Secretary, Franklin Chambers, 20 Lydiard street south._ _ BALLARAT CHURCH OF ENGLAND GIRLS'
Head Mistress, Miss D. L. Poole, M.A.. Med. and Mod. Languages, Tripos Oamb., London Teachers' Diploma.
This school, founded in 1868, offers a sound education In a healthy and bracing cltmlte, spe- cially suitable to children from warmer climates, lt includes modern, well-vcntilated classrooms, rpacolus and airy dormitories, comfortable sitting rooms, large playing fields.
Pupils prepared from kindergarten to leavlm:
Pnxpecttu from the Read Mistress, or Secretary, Franklin Chambers, 20 Lvdlard street sooth. Ballarat-__ BEAUPRE, Halifax Rt., Middle Brighton.?
School Heopcni__ Tuesday, Feb. 13.
C " HILL "" GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
Day and Boarding School for Boya.
REOPENS TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 13.
Rev. C. H. ZT.RCHO, B.A.. Head Master.
_ Tel. Box Hill 94._ R10UTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
First Term Begins Tuesday..February IS.
HENRY A. CBOWTHEn, M.A., Dip. Ed.,
_ Tal. X1080._ RRIINBWICk COI LEGK.?Term commencing;
examinations, University, commercial, and general; evening clurscs. Robert McKay, M.A.
CAREY BAPTIST GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
Corner Bsrker's Rd. and Wrixon St., I ? KEW.
DAY and BOARDING SOIJOOI, for BOYS.
Preparatory to Leaving Ortincat-i Honount.
Head Master, H. 0. STEELE, M.A. tMclb.), Dip.
Ed. Oxon., assisted by a highly qualified staff.
Extensive grounds, S acres. Elevated and cen- tral position. New and up-to-date class-rooma. Commodious and well appointed lwarding resi tle-sce. with balconies for sleeping-out. tipcc_ attention will be paid to thc preparatory depart- ment, which will be under the direction of a specialist in junior training.
FIRST TERM BECDi'S TUESDAY, FEB. 13.
Tranter, SOI LIUlc Oolllm street. 'Phone Cent. 6643. Head master at home from thc EOtii of January, from 2?I p.m., or by appointment.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13.
CAMBERWELL GUTIii- GRAMMAR SCHOOL
(Milverton), Fermanagh Rd., Camberwell.? First Term, Feb. 14. Interview by appointment
or at school on and after Feb. 6, from 2 p.m. I I (nranch School. St. Mary's, South Camberwell.) t Head Mistress, Mira B. ifornan._
"r-lARmBROOKK," Hopetoun Av., Cantcrbnry. V-1 ?Kindergarten to leaving honours. Re sumes Feb. l.t. Miss Hester at home Saturday and Monday afternoons.___
CAULFIELD GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
EAST ST. KILDA.
DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL.
Head Master, F. H. ARCHER, M.A., Dip. Ed.
W. MURRAY BUNTINE, M.A., Principal.
Expert, highest qualifications, highly recom- mended by,four public school head masters. J. .1. Stanley, c/o Barwicks, The Hill, Willoby av. ~ I Malvern._' '
QUimOl OF :-¦.-'-.. ENGLAND
GIRLS' GRAMMAR. SCHOOLS.
Boarding and Day Schools for,Girls.
FKBAKX Brighton. TeL 33WI.
Head __stresa, Mies Cameron, M.A.* Otp. Ed
These school* pro-dde a good general ed oca tion I based on sound religious teaching. The courses
of study include commercial, domestic, music, and
The classrooms are madora. There ia sleeping, out accommodation for boarders, and thc schools
well equipped ¦*¦* sports vrith large playing
Prospectuses on Application.
¦OHUnCIf OP ENGLAND GIRLS* GRAMMAR
SCHOOL, Ivanhoe, 'Melbourne.
Hoarding and Dav School.
Secondary, Primary, Sc!>I'rimtiry.
School Resumes Tuesday, February Iti.
Boarders Return Monday. Fcbruai^ 12.
Prospectus on Application.
Miss A. P. BEVINGTON-, B.A., Head Mistress.
TeL Ivanhoe 174.
Boarding and Day School for Boyt.
Head Muter, Mr. G. A. ^lANOOGK, ILA., a__rt*d
by an efficient etaff of teachers.
The school occupies an elevated and healthy situation among' tha Berwick hills, within a mile of the railway station.
The dormitories are lofty, veil lighted and Ten Hinted, and special provision ls made for pop Us who d efl Ire to sleep out.
Prospectuses imiy be obtained from
The HEAD MASTER. Berwick:
The Honoraiy Secretary, \V. J. HARVEY-SMITH,
"Guardiun" Office, Warragul:
Diocesan Book .Society, Cathedral Buildings,
And All Stationers, Melbourne. "
FIRST TERM COMilENCES 18th FEBRUARY,
Yarra. Reopens TUESDAY, l£th Feb. A litaltiJd number of girls under 7 taken. Proppee tjis_un application at Hie Vicarage. _.
CLARENDON PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COL
Boarding end day school for girls.
First term, 1923, commences February 14 (boarders return February 12.).
Principal?Miss B. L. Short, M.A., at home on and after February 6, bv appointment, . _
CLAREMONT COLLEGE; Footacrav.?Principals,
M. and E. Walkin. Reopens February 13. Principals at school February 12. ll a.m. to 4 p.m.
CLYDE GIRLS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL,
REOPENS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14.
Carriages reserved on 12.45 train.
Principal: If is* HENDERSON.
Head Mistress, Mia* Tucker, B.A., "St Albara," Esplanade, Brighton Beach.
Head Mistreat may be seen by appointment. .
o o r o o n y a;
PHYSICAL TRAINING COIXM)!!,
Darn* Ndllo Melba.
Assoc Prof. Georgina Sircct, li.Sc
Mr. W. H. Sharvood, Assistant Or»*n Solicitor,
leading Members of thc Medical lrolesslon. '
Miss Dall, Tintern C.H.O.G.S. Miss ITenilereon, Clrrir.
Miss Hmthston. I'inlona.
Ills* Oilman .Tones, &£.(".<":,''.
Hiss Moires, Geelong G.E.C (;.!*. Miss Paterson, lau P.L.C.
And Other Leaning Educationalist*.
Two Years' Thorough ''RAINING UOUItSE tor those desirous oi\t_omta_. TEACIIUtS ni P1IYSI CAL EDUCATION.
GOOD OPKNINOS WHEN QUALiTlED. FIRST TER1I ?? Uti FEBRUARY.
Miss E. M. WEBB; Mies' C. C. LORIMER.
The Auditorium, 167 Collins Strict.
_rtR05iASrY ¦ afttUTschool,
VJ. f_dbam Blrcet KI»tcm-«Je«.
- DA* Mnl.BOARDINO SCHOOL.
. Reopens Wednesday. February u,
Princlpels: The Misses DAT.
Pro-n^ectus, Robertson ami Mullen's. Win. S731. ELsTERSWiOK LADIES- COi-Uifj!!, Parkside
st.. Resume Tl_., Feb. 13. Kindenjarten tl school leaving. Principal, Mira Cathcart. New punlis S4¦;-!led Monday, Feb, ia.
ITiUSTKSHWiCr. mon gOIiOOb. Glenhuntly
J road, KirKt 'icrm Commences Tuesday. 15th Feb. lMtwlpnU: Mr. 1). \Y. Blrrelt, the Mlwcs nirrell.._ _ ._ _ _ EUfcTON, Carlisle st, St Kilda, Reopens TW
day next Miss Crouch may bc interricwed "alotidiy atUruoon.
SCHOOL, BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
Kindergarten to Leaving Honc-ars.
Extensile Pla-rlng Fields. Cl nee to Sea.
FIRST TERM MEOWS WEDNESDAY. FEU. 14.
Principals, Hiss MCMILLAN, Miss TAYLOR. M.A.
Al Home After February 7-_
L I R E L E I O
GIBUs" GRAMKAR SCHOOL,
132 Aloa Road, East St. Xilda.
School Leaving to Elndergarfen.
School Rennies Weduesday, February 14.
Prin_P_ at home after February 8 tr__ 3 to
. . 5 p.m., or by. appointment.
Principal-Mrs. O. RINTEL.
Tel-?School, Win. (OTP: private. Win. 3380.
Head Mistress will be glad to Interview parents
liv appointment. Hawthorn S79.
Head Mistress?Uta I. J. MACDONALD, M.A.
ri F. E L 0 N G C O L L,E O E.
SEKIOR and PREPARATORY SCHOOLS.
Tlie FIRST TERM 1K3 BEGINS on WEDNES- DAY, FEBRUARY 14. Boarders return on the
Rev. F. Vi. ROLLAND, M.A.,
FIRST TERM BEGINS WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14.
Boarders Return Tuesday, Feb. IS.
Boarders Returning via Melbourne Must Take the
3.4.r> p.m. Train.
Head Mistress at home on and after Thursday afternoon, Feb. S. On Tuesday, Feb. 13, to parents
ni boarders onlv.
Head Mistress; ELSIE F. MORRES. M.A.. Th.A.
GEORGE TAYLOR and Staff, private tutors,
by means nf pen-ot-nl attention throughout the day, can help to the greatest extent backward students or tltfise desirous of completing exami- nations in a short time. Limited vacancies for 1323. Mr. Taylor may now bc consulted daily till 5 p.m., lg Collina st, nearly opp. Argus offlce. GIRLS' School, seaside, ir?-ut?in, has" Va-tnt-?s
for boarders; exceptional advantages; mode rate_fe*3>._ Education. Argus. _ CiLENFERN, East St. Kilda.?ijrhool Reopens
*?" Tuesdar, l_tli. Feb. Principal, Miss A. S. Mair._
G BANGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR
BOYS, Ash Grove. East Milvern.-Prlncipal«, the Misses Turner aud Watson. School RE- ASSEMBLES midday Tuesday, lslh February. Hiss Turner st home February 1. Tel. 1)48*3.
Reopens TUE, Feb 13, Headmaster at home,
by appointment, from Feb 2, L. de C BERTHON,
"HASELOR," Kindergarten and Primary
Murphy Street Hall, Elsternwick;
On WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14.
For terms, apply to the Principals,
the Misses MACAULAY,
5 Downes Avenue, Brighton.
KINDERGARTEN TRAINING COLLEGE,
Mooroolbeek, Madden Grove, Kew.
(Under thc auspl'-cs of tbe Free Kindergarten
- ' Tnion of Victoria).
First Term Commences TUESDAY, Kith February,
at IO a.m.
Resident Students, MONDAY, 12th February.
A feu- vacancies aro still available for Resident
Students ot the College.
Karly application fahould be made to the Acting Principal by letter, or to lier personally at the Ccllege. on I2lh_and_ ]3th_F_ebn*ary._ _ L'AVENnrCollege, Hotham Ht', K.SL Kilda, re-
opens February 13. Boarders received. Mdlle Plgnolet._.
Principals, Miss IRVING and Miss L. IRVING.
Owing to delay in alterations and additions school will not reopen until FRIDAY, 16th FEB-
Principals at home from Monday, 5th February. Prospectus on application, or at Robertson and Mullen's._
IAURISTON GIRI- SCHOOL,
J Huntingtower Road, Malvern,
Miss IRVING, and Miss L. IRVING.
Owing to delay In alterations and additions,
SCHOOL WILL NOT REOPEN UNTIL
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1G.
Principals at home from Monday, 5th February. Prospectus on application, or -t Robertson and
"I AWS"T>E Kindergarten and Primary School, -*--' Armadale.?Reopen Tues., Feb. 13. Princi- pal, Miss MacAllIster._ "T 1LLRR1E," Barker's fd-. Hawthorn, ReApens J-1 Feb. 14. Principal, Mian Waverley Cuthbert.
LOVELL HOUSE. Branch of the Melbourne
O.E.G.G.8. REOPENS'WEDNESDAY. FEB- RUARY 14, iva. Vacancies for day girls only. Prospectus from leading bookseller.. Head Mis- tress at home on and after February 7, 1923, 2-5
Lovell House, AJnu*_rr'_d,J_a_ilfield.
MALVER.VTJllURCil OF ENGLAND ORAMMAR
SCHOOL, Kerferd st.. East Malvern, RF, OPENS Tuesday, Feb. 1*1. From kindergarten to commercial and University exams. Prospectus on application. .. Head master at home by appoint- ment. Head -Master, C. McLean. TcL U*H06. Vacancies for boarders.
BUSINESS SCHOOL, with continuous lessons and
trained staff under college conditions..
Interviews arranged with Dr. Fltchett (teL Haw- thorn 34). or with the Head Master (teL Haw-
COLLEGE OPEN FOR INSPECTION EVERY
Handbook on Application.
MOOROOLBEEK KINDERGARTEN AND 8UB
Madden Grove (off Camon Street), Kew.
(Under the auspices of tlie Free Kindergarten
. Union of Victoria).
REOPENS WEDNESDAY, 14th FEBRUARY, 1023.'
CARABEL HC Mia BERTA HOWDEN.
Pianoforte, Singing,'and Theory
For All Ktann.
6 Isabella Street. Malvern.
MURAIWAI, UPPER MACEDON, VIA
Miss Ashe will tnke a limited number of pupils to board and educate at her .country home. Desir- able tor children from hot climates._ _
OBERWYL","" "Burnett Street. St. Kflda,
REOPENS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14.
Classes from Kindergarten lo Leaving Honour Miss GARTON will bc at home by appointment
_a fter Febroa ry _8._
ORMISTON, MONT ALBERT.
School Reopens Wednesday, February 14.
Miss W. Merriman, Principal._ PARENTS, hate your sons educated away from
cltv influences, and amid healthiest surround- ings, bv sending them to OSBORNE COLLEGE,
Christmas Hills. The. school is conducted on I ^pen-air principles, and ptipils are prepared for
ail public exams. Further particulars from prln- ; cipal, W. Saville.._^_^
PAIfKV"lLL- IlIGH SCHOOL.
1st Terms Begins WED., FEBRUARY ll. | New- Pupils Enrolled Tuesdar, 3 to 5. ¦
_U_H. DACOMI), Principal._! ?pENLEIGlt PRESBYTERIAN GIH LS' SCHOOL.
Park street, Moonee Ponds.
Boarding and Day School. First term
mences TUESDAY, February 13, 1023. Prospectus
application. Principals at home by appoint .....it on and after February "L Tel. Ascot 5.
Ml? I?mcro_k, M.A., and_ Miss. Elma Limerock, PRAHRAN College for Boya and Oirls. East
Leigh, Williams, Malvern rds.; near Hawks- burn station, Resumes TUeftday, Feb. 6. Misses Laing, principals._
PRESBYTERIAN OIRLS' COLLEGE,
Boarding and Day School.
FIRST TERM BKOENS WEDNESDAY,
A few vacancies for boarders. Prospectus ... application to the Head Mistress, or-to leading
booksellers. ? - ¦
Dead Mistress at home on and after February J, by appointment. . ,
MISS GERTRUDE. PRATT. M.A.,
_ Dip. Educ, Loddon._
UKEN'S COLLEGE, - ST. KILDA,
Kal Day and 'Boarding School for Boys.
Has removed to -New Premises' st Christ Church, Acland street, within 3 minutes uf St. Kilda Baths, lat Term February G. A few vacancies for boarders at modei-atcfees. Principal, C. E. Pea- cock, M.A., Cambridge._ ¦ROSBERCON GmtS'_
The SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION will be held on TUESDAY, FEB. IS, at 10 o'clock. Also Entrance Kx-nroiuation for ney pupils.
"posBKRCoS HIiils" .Grammar scHooir, -Ea, North Rd., Brighton, Omln.. Gardenvale Stn., lOmln, Bt. Kllda-Brlghton Electric Tram (Tel. -1210).?School Reopens. Wednesday, Feb. 14. Principals at home from Feb. C. Miss TISDALL, Miss CONSTANCE TISDALL, M.A,
Selboroa road. Kew.
nr and Day School for
. _ begins-WEDNESDAY. _. ... Principal, Miss Hilda Daniell, M.A., at home,
_br appointment, arter February G. ¦
aCHO-OL Conducted by Mi* Panoro-, Glcn 3, huntty, Re-opcns Feb. IS.-' Thoiot>gh cducj Sn"aFORD"«lrW"^Mt,'"St'^Maryi«7"Cv;ulfleld".
A Music Scholarship (open), value -15/15/. is offered by Mr. H. Wellford Smithers for 1923. Entry 2/6., ¦ Entries ? close Thursday, Feb. IS. _xar_!nation, Tuesday, Feb. 20._ SHELFORD Girls'" School ? and Kindergarten;
BU Mary'Si Caulfield.'? First Term com- mences on TMsday, Feb: 1.1, MM. New pupils en- rolled od and alter Ftbmaiy T. 1 p.m. lo 6 p.m. .
The First Term begin cm Tuesday, rebrmry IS,
at » a.m.
The Principal wtU be st home to purnta sj follows:? ¦ ? ' ¦ ¦
Monday (Feb. 5) to Frillly (Feb. 9), mornlop (10 to 13), at Bast Melbourne; afternoons (2.30 to 190), at Hawthorn,
Monds» (Feb. 12), at East Mslboirroe,
The vice-principal will be in attendance at Eatl Hclbonnie in'the orbarnoons.
The bead master-ot the IlMrthorn Preparatory W.ool KUI be in attendance at Ul. school from lt tn 4 dally, Oatnrday excepted.
W. S. UTTLEJOIIN, M.A.. Principal.
CjFLENDlD TRAINING FOR BOTS AND GIRU)
AT lERCHO'S OOLLEOBS,
WITH SPLENDID P0SITI0S8 TO FOLLOW. A THOROUGH THAWING IS GIVEN Ht KNGLlStT, -1
ARITHMETIC, 12 MONTHS' ALL-DAT HANDWRITING, t COL'BSE, SPKLLINO. f £22/
BOOKKEEPING. (£5/10/ Quarterly). SUOUT1IAND. tc. J
THE HEAD MASTER WILL ENROL NEW PUPILS THIS MORNING'. FROM 10 TO 12; AND UN MONDAY, FROM 10 TO 12; AND FROM 2.30
HEAD OFFICES; 157 Collins st. (opp. Georges').
STRATHERNE PRESBYTERIAN OIRLS ~ GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
New Premises, 131 Power street, Hawthorn.
HOARDING anil DAY SCHOOL,
Kindergarten io Learihg Honours'
REOPENS WEDNESDAY, 14th FEBRUARY. Misses THOMSON, at home br appointment.
ST. CATHERINE'S SCHOOL, TOORAK. 3 HOABDINO ami DAY SCHOOL.
First Tenn Begins Wednesday, February 14.
Miss R. LANGLKT and Miss TEMPLETON.
, Telephone 1.14878.
ST. ANDREW'S (Incorporating Woodbury
Ladles' College), Mont Victor Road, K. Kew. An ideally situated Day and Boarding School, which aims at giving a positive contribution both to Education and Citizenship.' Appointments
-.i Tnesdav, 1.1th Keb.
J T. u U T " II US. J Mont Albert.Road, CANTERBURY, .
DAY and HOARDING SCHOOL lor GIRI.**.
l*rge Grounds; New, Up-to-date Classrooms.
Kindergarten to Leaving Honours.
Principals: Mfrs Davidson and Miw Rue-eB, R.A.
School reopens WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14. Princi- pal-* at home by appointment_Cant 523.
ChaUwortli Avenue, Brighton.
HOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL.
First term begins WEDNESDAY, I'cbmary lt. Principals?Mademoiselle Jauuay, Mba Siiaw.
At_ht.me hy appoln'ment Irom February o.
ST. LEONARD'S, Wolaeley Grove, Brighton
Beach, Primary and Kindergarten,- Reopens Tuesday, February 13. Principal, It. M. Cullen. Tel._X2;--i.-i. _ __ S~T. THOMAS'S" GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Essendon.
?The 71RST TERM Begins TUESDAY, FEB. 13. Prospectus, kc., from Diocesan Book Depot and Dead Master, Fletcher st. Essendon. Tel. Ascot 170. Gresham Robinson, M.A., UeadMaater. CT. MARK'S CHURCH SCHOOL" (KindcrgurUni), ^ Burke and Canterbury Rds., Camberwell,
REOPENS 13th FEBRUARY.
_I_______ckley, Heail mistress._
Kindergarten .lo school leaving honours.
Principals: Thc Miaics FARRELL.
At home,.o9 Seymour road, irom February 6;
or, by appointment, at_the_ school._ __ ST. PETER'S "Glrl?"Srh6ol, Murrumbeena.?First
Term Begins on Wed.; Feb. 14. Thc head mistress mav be seen at Hie school Irom 3?G on Tum,., Feb. 13.___¦____ ___?__ STRATHFIELD GIRLS' SCHOOL AND KINDER
OAKTK-\, Preparatory School (or Urti Boys, Inkerman road (near Orrong road),'Gani Held. Principal, Miss D..M. Miller. First Terra Begins WEDNESDAY, February 14. Principal at school_ on February 12 and 13,_from 3 till 5. rfiElCTlLE "Design and Waring might Tin J- Working Men's College. Day or evening._ TRINITY SCHOOL. Brighton rd. and Chapel st, ¦*- St. Kilda, viii Reopen on Tuesday, Feb. lo,
'PUE IVANHOE CITOECH OF ENGLAND
-.....-.¦ ,,?? GRAMMAR SCHOOL! '¦-.
, ,. ,. ''? ¦ IYANHOE. '"
Prospectus from Head Master,
Ber. SYDNEY BUCKLEY, M.A., '
Who 'May bc .Interviewed" by Appointment
Telephone Ivanhoe 113.
"THE WOODLANDS', CASTLEMAINE.
SMALL COUNTRY BOARDING-SCHOOL FOR
BACKWARD and RETARDED CHILDREN.
REOPENS MARCH 5.
The Principal can be seen, by appointment, at The Lyceum Club, from February 7 to 16; and prospectuses can be had on application.
Principal: Miss A.C. BROTHERTON CHERRY, B.A, London.
THE MELBOURNE C.E.G.G.S.
REOPENS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14,
JOBI. ' ¦ '
A few vacancies for Boarder*-and Day-Pupils, under. 14. *'Prospectus from leading booksellers. Head,Mistress at home on and after Febr~uary 7, HEH; 2-i p.m. - ¦ ¦
lilas GILMAN JONES.
Merton Hall, South Yarra.
ryUY. MISSES (C. aiid M.) T II O M P S O N,
KINDERGARTEN MUSIC METHODS. KINDERGARTEN MUSIC METHODS.
Seo Announcement Amusements Column. W.1S84.
Principals: Thc MISSES HAMILTON*
FIRST.' TERM, WEDNESDAY", FEBRUARY lt Principals may be Seen at the College On and
After February 1.
Prospect? on Application to .the School or at
Robertson, .Mullens. Telephone U3T*-0.
POOftAK PREPARATORY GRAMMAR SCHOOL L FOI! BOYS.
"Glamorgan," 14 Douglas St., Toorak.
First Term begins Tnesdav, February 13. . _Telephone Windsor SI3._ -MtlNITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, KEW.
BOARDING, DAY,~_d PREPARATORY
Incorporated aa a Public School of the Church of
EDUCATION by the DALTON LABORATORY.
This plan, which will be adopted throughout the Middle and Upper Schools at the beginning of 1923, gives, with careful safeguards, roncb greater facilities for self-activity and for help on tlie part of tfpcdallst masters for every bor.
FIRST TERM BEGINS on TUESDAY, Uti FEBRUARY. Illustrated Prospectus on applica- tion'. Head Master at home on and alter Feb- ruary C.
FRANK SHANN, M.A., Dip. Ed., Head Hasler. \\7AN-nSt)7~feub.p*f!mary Kindergarten Teacher. ' ' Esperance^ Glrls__Bc'hool,_M. Brighton._ WARWICK. Finch St, E. Malvern " Open-air
Boarding and Day School-for girls, kinder- garten tn leaving honours. First term. Wed madav, Feb. 14. Tel. U4013. Principal, Mles Turner._ W E'S TL E~l G H C~0~L L~E~G E",
Bayview Street. Northcote.
FIRST TERM UKO INS WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14.
Principals, Miss GRESHAM, Miss, RAYMENT.
At Home February 12 and 13.
WTESLKY COLLEGE, ?-¦? St.: Kilda ? Road,
REOPENS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13.
WINNINGTON SCHOOL, RINOW(tOD.?Moil
tcKwri K.O. tolntermedlatej P.N.E.U, prin- ciples, RB-OPENS -WED., FEB. .14. . The prin- cipals will he at school on Tuetdu.ii. from ¦ 1-.S0 to 3.1*1, to enrol new. pupils. Pr.t>_ ii tu*1 on ap- plication. Tel. Box Hill 342.. Principals: Misses
TUTDaS, tfLER?8, Ac..
Dd. a line; Saturday, 1/ a lint. *
ABOUT Opportunity.?Youth, 17 yearn, public
school, Intermediate certificate, eagerly dc strom position clerical, otherwise,' scope lo ad- vance, willing; low salary: character, capabilities vouched. "Kermit," llendy's News Agency, Mor- dialloc._ A LEADING FURNISHING FIBM REQUIRES
Miii-r bj ': Y'roughlr Experienced, and Poaaeta Or?
ganisbig Ability, und Personal Qualifications
: imitable for ? : '
POSITION OF TRUST AND RESPONSIBILITY.
GoodProsp-Mta forKlglit Matt.'
Firm ol Wholesale Milliners rcirulrc the scr- . vices'ol a Competent Ijdy BoOKkecpcr, able I , . ... lake charge of -ofllce. Apply, Hating age.J-'
experience, ehd salary r«pilreil, to. . c
nOX* 13«0. l'a*UrTtlee; ' ¦? g
TUTORS, CLERKS, Ac A
LEADING F1EB MBU11AN0B COMPANY
* Haa a VACANCY for a
FubUo School Boy Pre-ferred. , Apply ¦ ?_
Owe Gordon, md Ootch.
-radiate, ILA., ?i-^rie_r*e4r~»*«I»«» print- _ pupils only, at ll Oemb-ridg* st., Annadale. Backward adults a s.-eeralt3f.
Bkorthand TypSte Waited, 8_lr.,t__at-ji^
ferrcd. Apply BrigscHer Mackey, ?»
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Further results Just r-uMkbed sbowO_t am ma dart* figured well la tbs "Honours __t" ot ttar CommonK_l__ ' h-Utote __r_ed_- ___¦__
OO-MONWKALTU _t_lH-T8 nnX-KBDIATF. EXAMINATION,
and Place, Australia?F. 1. -Umuna. Anborn. Ind Plaoe, Victoria?F. 3. Seatno_, Anborn.
Ut Place. New Sooth Wales'-F. 8. Stone, Enfield, aid Place. New Sooth Wales?A. A. Fau__- H-irt
. stone Park,
aol Plate, Rewflooth Wales?Misa M. E. WlBe_^
1st Place, Qneoa-nKt?J. V. QuBter, Mlle*. 2nd Plaoe. Qneeiyilspd?J. WttWL Cairns. 3rd Place, Qoeeneland?U J. Earl, Br_t__e
lft Place, South Australia?C. Y. Bea_wrt.J_»
1st Place, l-maois?P. A Frttb, lauMUm.
AUSTRALASIAN SUWROT nONOOBS.
1st Place, Australia, Partnership, tc. ? S. P.
Churchward, Glen Innes.
(General Commercial Knowledge.)
1st Place, South Au?mila?C Y. Beaumont, Ken-
1st Place, Ta_nan!B-W. .1. Jarvis, HoUrt.
1st Place, New South Wales-A. W. Patterson,
1st Place, Queensland-L. J. H. Earl, Brisbane.
1st Place, Fotith Australis?J. Kilgour, Adelaide. 1st Place, Tasmania?C. U. Little, Hobart.
lat Plaoe, New Soul* Wales?Miss M. E. WTDc_,
1st Place, Queer-land?J. V. Quilter, Milts.
1st Place, South Australia?V. Y. Bdsmoat- _eo
1st Place, Qoeer_snd?.l. WithnaU, Orin*,
lt Place, South Australia?C. I. Eckhold, .8_»«
Ht Place, Tasmania?P. A; Frith. Lannceatoo.
lat Place. New South Wales?b*. P. Chun Tis?il.
1st Place, gueenslnnd-J. V. Quilter, Hits'.
lat Place, Sooth Australla-O. Y. Beas-mCX-.
1st Place, Tasmania?P. A. Frttb, I-__nto?.
COMPANIES' AUDITORS* BOA-D
EXAMINATIONS, DBCKMBER, 11122.
-eaul- made available this morning* eli?r _it IS of our (-rodents obtained fnll passes, -«.*-?
Astley, W? Canterbury.
Balfour-? clville, J. I?, Sondringfaam. Blackburn, C. R. H.. Thornbury. Hutt, C. S., Tooral-
ea?rt. M. M., Melbourne. Clarke, G. J., Melbourne.
Dutton, T. H.. Moonee Pondi. FergUE?3, D. McL.. Toorak. lanyon, IL T-, Fltaaoy. Martin, F. h.. Brighton.
McClure, D. D-, Melbourne, floss, J. W., Brighton.
Stark, Miss K. li., Melbourne. Shannon, C. A., Hawthorn, Stitt, E. T., Mo-nan.
Sceber, P. H., Bendigo.
Smith, A. A., Canterbury.
Windram, S. J., UaulfielJ.
Om- new* Hkatrated. Prospectus far _.__ _.
available, and copy will be sent Free to all those interrs?d sn improving their' st?tus andi capacity by cniaUfyiug In Accountancy.
Write or Call To-day.
HEMINGWAY and ROBBnTWlN,
Thc Accountancy Specialists,
._528 Collins Street. Melbourne.
We have pleasure in announcing that in ad- dition to gaining highest marks in Australia for the last Commonwealth Intermediate Foll Exam- ination, our students also obtained tile following (apart from State honours):?Bookkeeping, ll. marks, first Australia; General Commercial Know- ledge, 87 marks, fust Australia (tie with two others); Mercantile Law, 00, third Australia; Partnership, S3, second Anstralla.
AUSTRALIAN ACCOUNTANCY COLLEGE,
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W. B. BENNETT, A.I.O.A., A.O.LS., Dirt-tor.
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CLASS, PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.
E. PYKE and OUTHBERTSOW,
K) EUaabeth St. Established 25 Years. Tel. SS66. ACCOUNTANT wanted, large Mildura business,
' toke charge of office, single, good prospects; salary £6. Applications in writing to Fuller and King, 54 Market at.
ACCOUNTANT, qualified. 0 years* expel., de
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DJUST1NO THE MISFITS
J\ SIMPLE TYPICAL CASE. WILL CARRY Ali
INDIRECT MESSAGE TO THE MANY.
There waa, for example, a manager of an engineering firm who came to see me after attending one of roy lectures. He said, "I am sending a young man round to sec you. He has been in our employ for tlie last six years. IfeTing that period he has been apprenticed to thc engi- neer?lg, and now that he haa just completed lila term of apprenticeship we have no alternative but to dismiss him. HE HAS NO MECHANICAL INGENUITY WHATEVER, and for the last ail years he has been spoiling job after job. He is a'misfit; he is not iii the right vocation, and there- fore he is grit in thc machine, a, clog on the whole concern, nnd a misery to himself, lt will bc his 21st birthday next Saturday, and -we are sending him' to you to sec' if you can tell him of anything that he will be good for."
Several days later the young man kept the appointment, and after an?ly?a, which Usted the usual time, approximately an hour, 1 l_cI to him, "Only one thing tor you, air, and tia! ia ART, unquestionably Commercial Art." ' Until now he had been looking very despondent. It was bis 21st birthday, and he bad yost been thrown on to the world, not knowing -what he -was going to tum his hand to. Hit face lit np at my words, and he said, -"Now that yon come to mention titat, I do realise that -the only thing I could do at all decently round at the engineer- ing shop was a. blt of mechanical drawing occa- sionally. Everybody said I could rhino there." Again *I said to him, "You are a born artist, and you must go right into Commercial Art."
Some three weeks later bia mother came in to see me. She brought with her'a brown paper parcel, and presently displayed a number of paintings. Proud aa a queen she said, "These were done by my sou, and HE HAS NEVER HAD A LESSON! He has' been out of work for the last three weeks. This is tbe way he has boen filling in his time." I said to her, "Your boy is little short of h genius,' and those ore nothing to what he is going to do."
That young man is now spending every day at (he Art Gallery, and has the promise of being one of tile finest artists which 'Melbourne has ever produced. Although he used to be looked down upon and regarded as INFERIOR in " engineering "shop, to-day he is looked up to __
a PRINCE among Ms fellows, and envied. Not less important than that ls thc fact that he ia finding self-expression. Ile ls happy in his work, and is no longer being kicked from pillar to post in the meclianlcal world. Rut think of the wasted yean-, of the brick wall against which thc misfit wita battering his head!
little suited)" mid He replied that he
of a group?GROUP, mind you?who, becauae their leader In (heir class at school said he was going to be an engineer, pledged themselves that they would be engineers too.
ational Guidance may
Pei-haps you're a misfit, a square neg in a round hole, plodding along at uncongenial work? a near failure, because, like most men, you're doing thc wrong work.
Careers for young chosen with scientific accur Misfits prevented and adjusted.
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Before Chooelng a Career Consult
WALTER S. BINKB,
Well's Diploma, Quecn'a College, Melbourne
Psycho-character Analyst "and Vocational Adviser,
Ground Floor, Anuc House, 151 Collina
Hours: 10 a.m. .till 6 p.m. (Including SaUrday),
Monday and Thuraday till 9.30 p.m.
. Personal Interviews by Appointment Only.
'Phone Number, 1867.
lc ADT'F.fi rj-ta- vertl
F.nTlSlNG,?Young Man, 3 years KourM ad- '
frtlsing experience, wlUi largo AuatralMtaa npany, »ouKI like position with n#cnrv or pro-. ' gnaaivc'Hrni.' Advt, Ar^us. - " ' ¦ ¦ ¦¦
TUTOBfi, C?EBKK, ftc.
¦wanted. agent T 8* In erenr Conntrr IWlday ton to do Sped.i Advertiwag Work lia spare Usn. No experience
ncceamy. I_eml rennuratisv. _Aj5_______A-B.C.._Aie___io__lci.
T***£l *t|«>l,i_ J-*t»be. Sb£t»?S£
near Bpen-cw ft_ra__ Cn-ml _-_» _ _. ?___ ft/, pc Term,
WHAT WILL YOU BK DOTBG
one Y^AJt rao_r T(M>_Tr
TTiree hundred and sixty-five days from dov?Wiatt
Will yow teni be ¦trag-glhic akag- fa the Mme old Job, at the same old salary?worri*! about tlie future, never -quite able-__to Brake both emk n^et
atondin* "tHl -while otbeT men go ahead? '
One jear from to-day will yon atti! _- pettis off your atart toward sucocaa thrilled with am2 tion ene moment and thea cold tbe next, delaying wai tine, fiddling santy the preacoa bouts- that wUi
never come aga in T
I>on1 do it, nun?don't do it
There is no greata- tragedy in the work! thu, that at rn man who atay* ta tbe rot all hi* ijfe when, with jost a little effort, he could brin? large eucccs within his gTafp.
Make ap your mind to-day that you're coin- to train yourself to do tonie ooe thlcr well. Gbo_w; thc work you like best In the list below, mark un II beside it, mail tbe coupon, and we will send you, vrtthoat cati or obligation, thc full «tonr or what tbe I.QS. can do tor ya*.
Bight now yoa can deckle where you will br
Common »«nse win tell yam that it is far better io Hud in thia Itocceaa Coupon to-day than to wilt another pceciowt year, and tlun wfrh yon had
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Hake your dodson -at once, and we will do the
OommerdAl IDvtntinc. SalesmETship.
Bookkeeping One Station). Window Dressing.
Show Qsrd Welting.
Commercial Carreapo&dtaace. Advanced Office iw*__c_ Ctatt Accounting.
Motor Knjji neerim?.
Mechanical Engtneorhi^. <5*ll Entfineerios.
Stm*tinr*l Et^ineHfag. TontTPte Enifpneerteg.
A rchf lecture.
Building Oxitxaetioa. Cabincbnahteg.
Motor Body BaOding.
Draogtitfm_nBhip (ail IhaimJ__>.
WHY KOT YKSOTtDAY? BOT B-CHT-I3
WOT TOO I*__E.
Writ*! at once for free jmmfoatat, «4»1_g*^fc_rEh or practically any subject at all, even ioctedtac
Dressraakins and Mfiknrry.
Aridreai:-, Dept- G.
UiTKaNATKHCAL CX>nUEBPOKDE5GB _CQDO_l
(A* ASIA) WTO. «"-¦»?«? (t&fojtXD SU&st*~3t},mo in flfnd1inh»t
iWtnopo_r_r Miamen'Coisttvk MKTBOPCHJrAN BtWIKKSS OOllgXW.. METBOPOUTAK !__«_ OOLLBCE.
Senior Typist and Stenographer «. ,. £k 'o # Senior Typist and Stenographer .... 5 0 f Senior Typist and Stenographer .... 3 0 0 Intcrmed. Typist and Stenographer .. .. 2 -. o Interned. Typist and Stenographer .... Iii g Junior Typist and Stenographer.1 SO Experienced Legal Typist Cftsirp.) wanted In Experienced Legal Typist (Perm.) wanted 5 0 0
ExcrssiTelj. lor Ladies.
¦? collins street.
* Thone 1357.
AK AID DJ EY~*_T OFFICE. ? The Bselul
Heterencc Book, Index to. "The Argus." All past erenta recorded for instant reference; 10' per annum, past free. Order from "The Argus" Office, or through local nears agent.__^__^ APPLICATIONS are Inrited for tte iollo»ins
POSITIONS In the Penile Works Branch (Central), Department of ""Yorks and -Rallvrars:?
ELFX3TRIOAL ERCIN_i_ (2).
Salary.?£»42 per annum if single; £362 per an-
num if married.
Age.?Not lees than 55 yean.
Qualifications.?University or Technical School gradaate. At leaat 5 years' experience after gradnatJon, including 2 years in drawing ofllce.
Preference to applicants narin*, experience In sub-s-bstion design, lighting and power lay-outs, and switchboard and swiUh gear work.
ENQINERR <IH TEADaHO) O). Salary.?£9» per annora.
Age.?Not lesa than IS years.
Qanlincatit-na.?At least 2 yeara' training st a recognised Technical School. Employment ta be subject to (atWactory continuance of stadia, and periodical reports to be furnished by Prin- cipal ol Technical School.
Preference will be given to Betaroed Soldisrl
Applications abould be addressed to ihe Seen tsry. Department of Works and Itaflways, Oom* monwealth OtQces, Uelboume, and shonld bs received not later than tbe 21st February. 1523. Samples of work, together with copies of testi- monials, should be forwarded with applications.
TrALTKlt D. BINGLE,
Secretary,_Departr__ent__3f__Worka and jUilwsji. i Pi'UCATIONB are invUed"^6r 2 JtlKIOR -fV DKAUQIITSMEN in the Derif-nhic; BlasKh, Kelbonme and Metropolitan Board of Worta, ont each for Mechanical and Ciril Engineering. Appli cants must have partly or wholly completed the Diploma Course at recognised Technical Oonege or School. Age from 18 to 20. Forma of applies* tim, with nature of duties and rates of nay, bi*'-' be obtained on personal appli?don at the office ot tlie Ensjrlneer of Sewwaye, at tbe Board's offlcea, TM Spencer Street. ApnllcatwM. wlneh must be addressed to the Secretary, ckat on Monday, lith Felu?ry, 132S.
APrHJCATKJNS wanted for PosiUou XAHAGKIi,
Butter And Ice Cosapeny, Boort Appli canis state wage*, send references, records, pteri* ons o-pcrif-ncc. Applieations close with secre- tary, 23rd February* Successful applicant start duty April "L_'_. A PPItENTICE, Dentistry, with graduated nan, *a- teach everything; chance young; man; con* nence now. __ UnivensityB., Argus._ "A BCHITECTORAL Draftainen.?Evening oooise, ¦£*- I-rahran Technical School, Monday, We*"«" day, Thursday, 7.30-9.30; 16/ per_term._ A ItCIHTEcrDRAL Driftsinsn (Juni-S). Applr -»*- Grainger, Little, Barlow, and Ilawkira, K* Collins at.. Melb., with testimonies ol work-^_ ABT Classes.?Tuition for Art Teachers' Certf
ficstea, lltdnstaial. Designing, Drawing fer Illustration, and Process Reproductton; dar or evening crasues; full courses, 16/ per tero. Prahran TechnIcal_S-chooL_ A "HT Metalwork, development of shapes and de-
coration of surfaces; Repousse, Copper, ami Brass Bowl-making; evening classer, 16/ jar tenn. Prahran Technical Behool._^____ AltCniTECTUBAL Draughtsman, experienced,
required. Full particulars to "Enquiry,1
Cordon and Gotch______ _. "A* UDIT CLERK, junior, Retjulred for public^ -O. countant's office, good opportunity saitaolc youth. X1427, Argus office._.
AUSTRAL COACHINC COIiEOE.
Moi-crap and Donald.
Tlie Rialto, 497 Collina Street. Tel. Cent VOH.
1. A Rcgiltered Secondary School, conductis
full day and evening courses for INTEU 1IP.DIA1T,, LBAVINO, PHARMACY, ssl
2. LABORATORY EQUIPMENT, approved by
tlie University, .up to Leaving Standard in
Physics and Chemistry.
8. Five candidates presented for Pure Maths,
Part III., In December. Four p-KSed (oil with honours)- The filth received a recoO' roendation. ? 4. lu Pure and Mixed Maths, there were (a ill
40 passes. '
6. At September Pharmacy Examination FIBS",
THIRD, and P1FT-H positions secured. -
a Only gradunta who have made teaching tnw
profession are employed a3 coaches.
Tiie .Headmaster will- interview prospeclin students daily from » a.m. to » p.m.
First Tenn OoBimencea Monday, KAniaiJlti. USTBirAA'S BE_ BCSIJIE_ OOU^Ot
VVHERK TOO CAN iJECtmE IT.
in business education, only the best is t«f
enough. An inferior, incomplete, ii->IK'----»__' training is dear at any ter. Where can I<« secure the best possible training f All the -"?¦ dence pointe to STOTT'S?Uie evidence ofei~ nmlnation and toe proof afforded by the mon ol tho College's Employment Department--"" vear mort than 4075 poaitlona went «??«?«_-" students of the Stott Colleges throughout An* trolla. New stodenta.may now enrol?lees.W from entry. ' . _ '
STOTT'S - BUHNE9S - COLLEGE,- PTT. ? MS-,
oe-lOO. Russell Street__.
XtiSTRAli ~" COACHINO OOtUBI ^*- (Moscron and Ixaiald), __u,
DAT and EVENING CLASSES for INTB»»' DUT13 and Leaving CBR1_10ATE; Fh««_»_J and Bankere' Institute, ftc.; Pure and ¦«« Math., and all University ExsmtnaOons. .)
Hchool Re-opens February 6. ¦¦ , ?! RIALTO, <97 OolliM st 'Pr-oW »"t X A
USTIH H O S PIT*'
ROBSCTO SCHobli,, .
APPUOATIONS , Are Invited from Tiiose Deslrln*
APPOmTalENT as TnAIKEE'KUIii'K.,.
* Apply toMAtROS.