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West London Church Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 21, 1891, London, Middlesex 66 PREPAID ADVEKTISEMENTS OLASSTFIED Advertisements of every kind are inserted undisplayed i at the following rates of 20 or 30 40 50 60 One 0 0 1 i i 6 9 0 3 6 Three 1 1 2 2 3 0 6 0 6 0 13 0 4 6 8 10 12 0 0 0 0 And All Advertisements must reach PATERNOSTEB notlaterthan 5 sc hae answers addressed to the Office of if they are called for or they can be forwarded if stamps are sent to cover Postal Orders crossed for or Halfpenny Stamps shoufd be enclosed with copy of Prepaid when sent by REGINALD PATERNOSTER WTOa hv Basil mftJtuminparKoot V useful student with orrliimry ability learn to irlavfairly well from this clever T idf Sutherland TAVISTOCK Basil Private Lessons and Classes from a mV to ten Orchestral practice Mondays and Prospectus 4V Sutherland Peters snELLO Lessons in for twelve Sutherland twelve lessons of one V commencing any Suther land threequarter with bow and case com V Sutherland Harrow VIOLIN per quarter of twelve Y commencinp any Prospectus free on application to Sutherland Peter s and Boehm and all new and old principles taught by experienced Address Sutherland Harrow W AGNES LADBROKL GROVE NORTH A ILL any one be sn good as to send us DRESSMAKI1S tr or PLAIN now Price list can be sent on Funds for the needed at this time of Several vacancies for girls ot tthe middle class a Mary Lady LACIER WINDOW DECORATION suitable for Mission Hall or Durable easily affixed moderate South Kensing ton Atrent Charles Discount Die and Cash Stationery Bromp l fSHURCH V worked from artists Price List apnly to Beal and iauis T ASTER Letters cut in all colours and Willcox Prize Medal Blackfriars Willcox Established ARGYLE Masboro West is fitted with every requisite for first class family Shirts and collars superbly Moderate prices and punctuality in Established on the principles laid down in the ORNAMENTAL received by SisterinCharge of the East Prices from to for tables in Poker and Marqueterie French and ornamented with original LAWRENCE FOR DAUGHTERS OF GENTLEMEN LAWRENCE NORTH PRINCIPAL MISS ASSISTED BY PROFESSORS AND Current Term Commenced January THE WEST LONDO March GLIE LATE PROFESSOR OF DRAWING AT THE ROYAL MILITARY Having left now gives Lessons in OILS or in the Neighbourhood of Kensington and Elgin Schools Handbooks on Art by late of the Royal Military Axioms on and A Method in Model To be had of at Artists DANCING HOLLAND KENSINGTON Opposite Uxbriclge Road MISS ELIZABETH THOMPSON gives Private and Class Lessons in all the FASHIONABLE SCHOOLS Albans Lansdowne HIGH CLASS SCHOOL FOR ESTABLISHED 14 PRINCIPAL MISS Assisted by the best Professors and Resident Foreign Pupils prepared for all TERMS ON MISS MATHILDE PIANISTE AND ELGIN NOTTING Visits and receives Pupils for and Singing also accepts Engagements for Concerts and At Fortnightly Class for practice of Concerted Chamber VIOLIN AND LINFORD HQRNE Of the begs to announce that he now devotes himself entirely to teaching Select Orehestral Practice Friday STUDENTS PREPARED FOR gXJSTOJJ VIOLIN WHITE late of Bishops Twelve Practical Lessons by One No Pupils sufficiently Attend the Orchestral Society practices Richmond Westbourne OJSt MODEL LAUNDRY AND GRASS BLEACHING MARGRAVINE FULHAM PALACE it and County Hammersmith Telegraphic and Table W and delivered in clean wicker Hampers at customers within to the Establishment will repay amply those intending i in London Orders ba Post or Telegraph promptly attended to ELECTRIC LIGHT ENGINEER Offices and Show HIGH Entrance opposite the Kensington and KnigMriAge Electric Light Companys Supplier of Batteries for Temporary ARC AND INC ANDESOENT LAMPS AND LAMP Suspension Silk and Paper Shop ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL FITTINGS KEPT IN ESTIMATES GIVE X FREE FOR COMPLETE PLANTS OR WIRING REPAIRS PROMPTLY The Ladies Kensington Art WEST CBOM WELL Art Instrumental and Good English and Foreign Tearooms now open daily to Members from 10 to Members who will take up useful such as Mandoline Wood Practical Dressmaking and also practical Lessons in Superior can join the courses specially arranged for Members at the above Those wishing to join are requested to enter their names Apply to the Lady Si0ters of 3obn tbe LYINGIN Gunter FOR POOR MARRIED WOMEN 1880 by The Sisters of John the 12 TRAINING HOME FOR SECRETARY DRAYTON TRAINED MALE The HAMILTON ASSOCIATION supplies Trained Male Nurses for Medical and Mental Cases in town or Terms post free on application to the Park Grosvenor HIGHCLASS GYMNASIUM AND SCHOOL OF NORLAND UXBRIDGE Private anrt Class Lesions to todies and Gentlemen in Fencing tnzlit and left Tounj ladies and Gentlemens Physical Free and Gymnastic Ladies Special Fencing Class every Thursday 5 to 7 Inspection Awarded Medal or the Stockholm Fencing and Gymnastic Prosnertin forwarded on ROOM TO LET FOB PRIVATE BANJO LESSONS At or at the To those who cannot spare the time for practice necessary for the mastery of the difficulties of other the Banjo recommends as in the course of Twelve Lessons of one hour each sufficient and practical instruction is giren to enable the pupil to play Accompaniments in the JJajor and Minor together with a varied selection of Proficiency For Prospectus and Price List of address 48 Bichmond Westbourne GENERAL NURSING 5 HENRIETTA COVEKT Established Solely under Medical SKILLED and Mental HOS PITALTRAINED NUUSES supplied at a moments beini RESIDKNT in the Also NURSES specially for FEVER Terms and particulars to the Secretary or Laclv TRAINED MALE NURSES qualified for all Adrtr Nursing EDGWARE HYDE The QUEEN says Messrs and Garrould are developing their already extensive Mourning arid are showing at the present time many beautiful and elegant The Empress and French Crape cloths will commend themselves to ladies in mourn inf whilst to those who wear black without wishing to appear to belh monrninowe can cordially recommend the beautiful French and Scotch and Equestrienne cloths sold by this The LADYS PICTORIAL says t The Mourning Department of Garroulds is admirably managed and well deserves its widespread Clever fitters and cutters are sent daily to various parts of the country to take orders at ladiesown Patterns and Estimates EPGWARE HYDE FASHIONABLE MOURNING Telegraphic Established NEWTON WESTBOURNE CONDUCTED BY THE MISSES ADAMS on HighSchool PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN IN AND School reopened January THE CHURCH ARMY SOCIAL Help is urgently required for the extension of the system of small Labour Homes in the poorest parishes of under the supervision of the his and the parochial selected outcast Tramps and Inebriates can be restored to Total family and The comprehensive and economic by confederation with existing Social Agencies and Parochial There are a consti tutionally appointed Committee and The Archbishop of in sending I desire to commend the Church Army plans tothe sup port of those who have it in their power to assist and I hope to see them speedily and wisely carried The Bishop of London I very heartily approve of your Social and I enclose you a donation of The Earl of Meath The Church Army started a Labour Colony six months before General Booths scheme was 1 would most earnestly and warmly commend this undertaking enclosure No official salaries are paid out of money given by the Contributions should be sent to the and crossed MASSAGE As on the MISS WISEMAN visits and receives Skilled Massage at moderate NORTH KENSINGTON HIGH SCHOOL OF LADBROKE Opposite Netting Hill WILLIAM ELECTRIC PINEVAPOUR BATHS HYDROPATHIC AND MAEK3E INGLIS to Signer and also AlhES aud pari8 Koyal Albert Jamess Philharmonic Professor of and TDHE SCHOOli OF MASSAQE BROMPTON For apply to i South to improve and make any voice however poor IQ o GOUT AND PILLS CURE CURE CURE CURE CURE The Excruciating Pain is quickly and cured in a few days by these celebrated well known as the Great Remedy for the above No restraint of diet during Spld by all Chemists at I and per THE To the we should deplore the dis establishment of the the loss of our schools would be a calamity unparalleled in the history of Christian The clergy and Church workers with out further put forth their plan of and demand as their right liberty to teach their children the religion of their We can have no compromise with an implacable jwhich will allow no and has nothing to lose but everything to gain by the abolition of religion from our I should like to offer two suggestions to my fellow Church That we adopt the Irish system of primary education in this In Ireland a capitation grant is made to any school and every school open to Govern ment which has an average attendance of not less than Practically it comes to that each denomination supports its own the conscience clause being observed in all the We might do worse than learn a lesson from A more equitable how would be to impose an rate and grant permission to each ratepayer to give his tax to the school of his choice This is the law in some rparts of America Surely the religious education of oui children in their schools is quite as much a matter of conscience with us as the religious teaching of our people in our anc we should no more willingly submit to Godless system of education in our schools than we would submit to the turning of oui churches into idols and to have Islamism forced upon us by the seculai are the martyrs of the 19th centuiy Where are the men who are willing to deny themselves anything yea life itself if needs for the souls of our children and the faith of our I warn Churchmen tha free education must inevitably lead to he secularisation of our faithfully Assistant MarcJi THE ROYAL To the DEAR to the in your issue of the 14th in which my name is mentioned as one of those opposed to the in the matter of the proposed Paddington and Ken sington Subway through Kensington Gar I am indeed bestirring but not to court as I am far too humble an individual to go in for this kind of General the promoter and engineer of the proposed by his ingenious pleading carried the Vestry of Kensington with on my demand ing a I find I was beaten by I can onlysay that as far as 1 can judge some of the highest in the land are on the side of the and this leads me to think that the classes are against the masses on this The Gardens of Kensington belong to the and high and rich and make them their daily should promoters have the privilege to despoil them My idea is unless the pro moters had been backed up an d supported by those who occupy high positions in this they never would have dared to peti tion Parliament to carry out this waiitou act of dear Yours Yicarage 16th FAMILY Mo requiriiig articles dyed for Mourning at short notice can have them dyed the best dyes and returned in a few days by the well known of Archer Westbourne High and Fulham Munster
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