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Methodist (Newspaper) - May 21, 1884, London, Middlesex No. 549-New Series, No. 21 ONE PENNY USEFUL AND INEXPENSIVE NEEDLEWORK, CREWELS, 8/LKS, WOOLS, AND KNITTING YARNS. One of the most extraordinary, Luge, and Well-as sorted Stocks of Goods of the Newest and most novel character always kept on hand. A NEW EXPLANATORY CATALOGUES, Free, and most interesting, containing a f nil description of many hundreds of Useful Needlework Articles, showing the Wholesale Price for One, Three, Six, or Twelve Specimens, PARCELS ARE SENT ON APPROBATION FOR PREVIOUS CASH DEPOSIT. For full particulars see Price List. Full-weight Wools and Knitting Yarns of Every Known Make, In all the most recent New and Beautiful Colourings. SHOPS AND FANCY REPOSITORIES SUPPLIED. Wholesale Warehouse, WAKEFORD BROS., 104 and 106 King's Road, Sloane Square, London. SPECIAL PRIZES FOR COMPETITION OF ONE GUINEA AND HALF-A-GUINEA. EXAMINATION RESULTS, CHRISTMAS 1883. Nine Students above 16 years of age passed the London Matrioulation Examination. Eight in the First Division. Fourteen students Under 16 passed the Cambridge Local Examination. �'----_-, I . '___,; Situation.- Rev. Thos. M'Cullagh, President, said during his recent visit: The founder's of this College selected a most enchanting spot, remarkable both for beauty and salubrity.' Special Features.-The Junior School, for boys from 8 to 11, with separate playground, Sco. \ the spacious Boarding-house; and the accommodation at the College for the Middle and Upper Schools, comprising educational, sanitary, and recreative appliances of the highest order. The area is ten acres, besides football and cricket-field, and there is a very large swimming bath and a complete gymnasium. For Prospectus, &c, apply to Rev. W. P. Slater, Governor, or Reginald Barnicott, Hon. Sec. THOUGHTS FBOM MASTER MINDS. EVIEY BATUEDAT, ONE PENNY. , All lovers of pure and lofty ideas should read this new journal* Edited by Rev. R. P. DOWNES. Subscription: Quarterly, by post, Is. 8d.; Half-Year, 3s. 8d.; Year, 6s. 6d. Order at once of your Bookseller, or direct of the Publisher, STANLEY W. &ELSEY, 26 BOUVER1E STREET, FLEET STREET, E.C, Cheques and P.O.O., or Stamps, for Distributing free copies of GREAT THOUGHTS among the masses should be addressed to the Publisher. TO SCHOOLS, CHOIRS, AND SINGING CLASSES. Nearly ready. '. THE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL HYMN and TUNE BOOK. (The Hymns printed in ftiU with their appointed Tunes.) The pages of the Scholars' Editions are redactions from the larger book, produced by photo-zinc process. Orders can now be booked, and will be executed in ro^tton as received, with a preference to those accompanied by a remittance. All the prices are subject to tha Union Discounts, and the book may be Included in Grant Orders. Yr (Organ and Choir Edition): s. d. 861 Cloth, red edges........ 6 0 862 Cloth extra, gilt edges .. ft 0 86$ Half Persian, marbled edges................ 10 0 864 Persian calf, grained, gilt edges................ 12 0 366 Morocco, red nnder solid gilt edges ............ 16 0 EDITIONS, BINDINGS, AND PBICB8. CO Staff (Scholars' Edition): s. d. 871 Cloth, red edges.......... 1 6 372 Boan, limp, gilt edges.... 36 873 Persian calf, grained .... 4 0 874 Morocco, gilt edges ...... 6 0 375 Morocco extra, red gilt .. 8 0 CC Sol-fa (Scholars'Edition): Bindings and prices some as above, the numbers being 381, 882,383,884, and 885 ' DD Staff (Combined medium 16mo.) (The M.S.8.H. &T. Book and Wesley's Hymns.) s. d. 391 Cloth, red edges..,....... 2 6 892 Boan. limp, gilt edges.... 4 0 395 Persian calf, grained .... 6 0 394 Morocco, gilt edges ,...... 8 0 895 Ditto ant. red gilt solid ... 12 0 DD Sol-fa (Combined lCmo. ed.): Bindings and prices same as above, the numbers being 401, 402,403,404, and 405. *�* Tbe Hymn and Tune Book may also be had separately. THE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL HYMN-BOOK: 689 Hymns, 5 Indexes. Desk Edition, , 2s. 6d., 6s.; Scholars' 82mo. 9d, Is.; 24mo. 4d., Cd., 9d.; Combined (1,609 Hymns), Is. to 5s. 6d. THE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL TUNE-BOOK: 533 Tunes, 4 Indexes. Staff Notation . and Tonic Sol-fa Editions, uniform, 2s. 6d., 3s., 4s., Os. 6d., 7s. 6d., 10s. 6d., 12s. 6d., 16s. In the Press, ready shortly. JESUS and the CHILDREN. ' A Service of Song, with Original Hymns and Tunes. By the Bev. BL H. Serena*, B.A., B.Sc. THE CHRISTIAN PILGRIMAGE. A Service of Song compiled from Wesley's Hymns, set ' to Old Methodist Tunes. By C. Mansb'ORD, B.A., and B. Dunbtam, M.b., of the Westminster Training College. A NEW. 8BBVICE OF PBAISB BY T. AUSTIN. THE PROMISED LAND. Specially adapted for Sunday School Festivals and Anniversaries, Staff Notation, �d.; Tonic Sol-fa, 4A.; Words only, Id. (50 at half-price.) The Tones are well selected, and among tha composers may be mentioned Barnby,Turpin, and H. Smart. These names speak for themselves. A capitally-arranged pianoforte accompaniment (real) is added. The connective readings are well chosen, and the whole effect is very good.'-&Aoolma*ter. " f Contains fifteen pieces, five of these being original compositions by Mr. Austin. The music throughout is good, concluding with a beautiful anthem by Henry Smarts M Now unto Him," Sio.'-ChrUttan World. HQ^NING SERVICE and a CHRISTMAS CAROL by J. P. HARDDTG. Te Deum in E Rat, 3d.; Jubilate Deb in B Flat, lid* a Ohristmas Carol, There Dwelt in Old Judssa,' 2d. MORNING SERVICE and ANTHEM by C. J. DALE. Morning Service in D, 4d. (50 copies hattptioe); Fall Organ Score, Is.; 4 Suffer little Children,' Anthem In 0,2d. (50 copies half-price.) ANTHEM by JOSIAH BOOTH. ' Remember Now Thy Creator,' Anthem in F,id. (50 copies SERVICES of SONG by DR. STEPHENSON. 'The Christian Life,' Id.; 'The Man Christ SERVICE of SONG by S. DRAKE. ' Daniel Quonn,' 4d. (50 copies half-price,) SERVICES/of SONG by J. BURNHAM. �Frankey Vivian,' 4d. j �Simon Jasper,* 4d. (50 oopias half-price.) . ' ' SPIRITUAL SON0& Musicin both Notations on the same leaf. In ail 192 Songs. l|d. per WESLEYAN METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION,; London; 2 Ludgate Circus Buildings, B.C.; 2 Castle Street, City Road, B.C. FIELD LANE REFI^^p_RAGGED SCHOOLS. THE FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEETING Will (D.V.) be held on AT HOLBORN TOWN HALL/GRAY'S INN ROAD. Chair to be taken at 6 o'clock by the EARL OF SHAFTESBURY, K.O. Funds urgently needed. PEREGRINE PLATT, Secretary. Vine Street, Clerkenwell Road, E.C. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE A. N* 1ST XT-A.X. MEETIN Or OF THE CHILDREN'S HOME AND ORPHANAGE, (Rev. Dr. Stephenson, Principal), Will beheld (D.V.)in EXETER HAiL on WEDNESDAY, June 11,1884. Fuller annowncements mhsequently. THE LEYS SCHOOL, CAMBRIDGE. A. H. Pbabt, Esq., B.A. L. W. Posnktt, Esq., B.A. HEAD MASTER. The Rev. W. F. Moulton, M.A. (Cambridge and London) D.D. (Edinburgh). ASSISTANT MASTERS. A. J. Tillya'BD, Esq., M.A. ... ... Late Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge. 8th Classic. Or. Mobibb Hinde, Esq., M.A.... ... St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, late Professor in the Acad6mie, Noufchdtel. T. P. Walkeb, Esq., B.A. ... ... Late Scholar of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge. J. Hewson, Esq., B.A. ... ... Trinity College, Dublin. J. C. Isabd, Esq., M.A. ... ... Trinity College, Cambridge. J. P. Bate, Esq., M.A. ... ... London University, & St.Peter's College, Cambridge. ' ~ London University, & St. Peter's College, Cambridge. Late Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge. 18th Wrangler. F. Spenoeb, Esq., B.A. ... ... London University. H. BlTBGESS, Esq., B.A. ... ... Late of Exeter College, Oxford. C. W. Kimmins, Esq. ...... ... Scholar of Downing College, Cambridge, First Class in Part I. of the Natural Science Tripos. C. H. Fbenoh, Esq., B.A.......Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. 27th Wrangler. E. P. Gaskin, Esq., B.A. ... ... Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. F. O. Cabb, Esq., B.A., Mus. Bac. D.Wood, Esq. ... ... ..." ... Cambridge School of Art. This School offers the advantages of a first-rate Public School, with a very wide and varied programme of studies, thus preparing boys for professional and business life, as well as for the Universities. There are Special Classes in the higher Commercial subjects. The Religious Training is under the direct guidance of the Head Master. The discipline is on the Public School system. Every attention is paid to domestic comfort. Drawing and Music, Athletic Exercise and Swimming, Training in Carpentry and Metal Work, &c, are provided for. For further particulars, apply to the Rev. Dr. Moulton, The Leys, Cambridge. ARMFIELD'S SOUTH PLACE HOTEL' FINSBUBY (Private, Family, and Commercial), LONDON, E.G. Is unsurpassed for its central position, quietude, and easy access from all parts of the Kingdom; having also a high reputation of twenty-five years for thorough comfort in every department as a FIRST CLASS TEMPERANCE HOTEL. It is five minutes' walk from the CONFERENCE OFFICES, CITY ROAD, the Bank, Broad Street, Liverpool Street, and Moorgate Stations. On receipt of'a postcard Visitors may be met at any of the Railway Stations. A Night Porter in attendance. ~ Tanff of charges, which are moderate, sent per return of post, on application to the Proprietors, * �, 1 (Telephone No, 140.)
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