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THE FATE OF NEW ZEALAND SCHOOLMASTERS

The fate of 27 head mMten lo seven New Zealand High Sohools, as set forth Id the following " bill of mortality," printed from a New Zealand paper by the " Ptll Hall G«sette," a correspondent deilrea me to publish— probably by waj of helplog High School teaoheri to spend a merry Ohrlstmas and thoroughly eojoy their holldayr:— 1. Drowned 15. Dismissed 2. Driron away 16. Dismissed 3. Worried to death 17. Dismissed 4. Badgered into re- 18. Dismissed signing 19. Died of chloral 5. In lunatic Mylum 20. Dismissed 6. Survives 21. Pied m lunatio 7. Broken m health asylam 8. Snrviveß 22. Surviveß 9. Driven away 28. Dismissed 10. Survives 24. Dismissed 11. Dismiised 25. Survives, bat 12. Dismissed sorely baited 13. BtnvWea 26. Dismissed 14. Dismissed 27. Died. The " Pall Mall " rem«rki on th!i list that It (■ " a suflhlently tragtotl and alarmlog let of statistics." For my part, I don't read it that way at all. There la not » tingle ease of voluntary resignation, obierve. A New Zetland head muter never retlrei except at the point of the bayonet, or In the ooone of nature. What It the Inference ? Thlt, I thould tty —that a Hear Zealand head master ba« a particularly good thing and atloka It to with singular tenacity. Mark yon, I stop ■hort of affirming that sooh ii the faot ; I merely point out that it ii a legitimate Inference from this " tragical and alarm* ing tet of statistics." In the "Pall Mall's view » New Zealand head master* engagement, like that of a Roman Emperor, is usually terminated by assasr {nation. Bnt, according to the shoving of bis own figures, it is never terminated by the will of the head matter himself, So tho billet oan't be snob, a bad one after •\\.—(Civis m the " Otage Dallj

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THE FATE OF NEW ZEALAND SCHOOLMASTERS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889

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THE FATE OF NEW ZEALAND SCHOOLMASTERS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889

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