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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-392

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388 evening classes 10 The distribution of mineral wealth on the eartfrs surface After Christmas 11 The ocean and the sea bed 12 General phenomena of climate 13 Wind and rain 14 Snow and glaciers 15 Lakes 16 Springs and rivers 17 Hill ranges and valleys 18 Plains For Lectures 19 to 28 see Summer Session page 419 16 ARITHMETIC Two Classes Days and Hours of Attendance-Monday and Thursday from ίο or from to or both hours on both nights by additional payment The instruction in Arithmetic comprises First Principles Fractions Decimals Evolution Interest Stocks Exchanges and the more difficult problems to be found in the University and other high-class Examinations In general the attention of each Student is directed first of all to that part of Arith- metic in which he feels his knowledge to be deficient In Book-keeping every Student is taught to journalise post balance accounts to close set of Books and draw out be lance-sheet For this purpose the supposed transac- tions of mercantile house extending over given period are given him to nrter up in proper manner in the different Books The instruction in tnis Class is for the purpose of acquiring thorough knowledge of the theory of Book-keeping for the purposes of examination and of the practice for the every-day requirements of commercial life Text-books Brooksmith'f "Arithmetic and Hunter's Book-keeping by Double Entry
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