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SOUTH RAKAIA SCHOOL

DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. Th« distribution of prizes at the Sooth lUkitft Pobllo School took place on Friday JfJemoon. U**'*******?? I *^ Committee preilded.end mow of the other Oommltteemeil were present. A Urge anmber of parenti end others were also Pt Sfc l p»ke address** the aoholars and parents tt length, importing °P on them . tbeneeas»tty for regular attendance and attention, 10 that all oould help In obtainfse a better examination than even the laat one. He remarked that the discipline of the school vu ezoellent, thanki to the •xertlona cf the teaching staff generally. Mr Broedbent addressed the meeting «*t3 presented the prizes for the highest umber cf dasrmarks, as follows :— Standard Vl.— George Hardy. Standard V.— Georpe Bryant, 1 ; William Larraman, 2 ; John Shannon, S ; Alexander Shannon for regular attendIV.— Sidney flowell, 1; WlUla** Stnrgesi, 2 ; William Gaarder, 3 ; Knh«rfc Stevenson for reßuUr attendance. SUnd. k 'dnL (glr^-IydlaHowell,! ; Annie BrV nt . 2 J **"* Smith, 3 j Eliza Johwtoo? *; Catherine Ooffey, 6; ?MeMeLam^i «; Maria Morr.y for mh™ Bresoh 1 ; standard 11 (noy -^Z. "i" . m._i n . 3. Henry Gaarder 2; Bl *!!t ?f «h.rl«s G*or/e Gray 4 ; Harr/ »"J B / !i 2Slflnl Pnrdie 6 ; Peter HaJt V 1 i j Ooffey 8; OhulM Bhan.^M» for atteodsnoe. . _, t Standard I (girlß)-Sarab' Msjtfaf JL, Florence Smith 2; Rosey Smith ««> Johanna Glostelo4 ; Hannah Olmtk 5-, Aanle Drommond 6 ; Alice I*»^nan 7 ; Babeeea Stevensoa 8 ; Ethel Ma^eig 9 Helllle Irwlo. Standard I (boys)— William Daon 1 ; Vincent Pyke 2; Robert Dnnu 3; Alfred Smith 4 ; William Saondera 5 ; Sydney Breach 6 ; Charles Irwln 7. Gymnaitlos— William Btnrgesß, 1 ; William Harvey, 2 ; Robert Stevenson, 3 £ George Bryant, and Peter Brown, equal, 4 ; George Murray, 6. The prises for sewing were distributed by Mr Turner as follows : Standard m.— Lydia Ho well, 1 ; Ellßftbetb Johnston, 2 ; Alice Hood, 3 ; Mauds Street, 4. Standard ll.— Nellie Ho we 11, 1; Corona Steveoaon. 3 ; Ellen Pluck, 3 ; Maty. Dowling, 4 ; Flora MoLean, 5 Standard I. — Annie Druaamond, 1 ; Roile Smith, 2 ; Florence Bmlth, 3. A hearty vote of thanks was aooorded th« teaohlog staff, and Mesdamn Brace «ud l\inier for jad^iog the sewing All the lnf<S>ts received a prfza. The pro•«eedlngi terminated by the children ,£l?lng eh«erf for the pommhtee and -flogiof th# JTaJiaptl Aotbtm, ?

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SOUTH RAKAIA SCHOOL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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SOUTH RAKAIA SCHOOL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2065, 16 February 1889

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