Observer, Volume XI, Issue 773, 21 October 1893, Page 9
City Council invite tenders for works in Albert and Cook-streets. See announcement in this issue. Messrs Buttle and Ewington, trustees under the will of the late Mr H. Rawlings, announce that they will offer two scholarships to be competed for by poor boys attending the public schools. The scholarships are worth .£lO a year and free tuition for three years in the Grammar School. The trustees have power to accord speoial benefits to deserving boys who show an aptitude for stndy. Soveral boys who won the Rawlings scholarships now occupy good positions in the Civil Service ot the colony.