THE BOROUGH SCHOOL.
TO THB IDITOB.
&KB, — I beg to oorreot an Impression that would be made on the mind of the publlo through your report of the meetlDg of hoaieholders In tbe Borough sohool, also In your leading artiole of last evening. I am put down ac one wbo was prepared to adopt the polloy of tbe majority of the old Committee m regard to the stand they had taken m connection with the Kduoallw Board and Mr Kneen.
What I did ssy was that, personally, I had a high opinion of Mr Xneen's capabilities aa a teacher, and should be pleased to record my vote m his favor when I thought it would be to his advantage and that of the sohool, bnt that I certainly was sot prepared to father or adopt the aotlons joi tbe old Committee.
I believe the whole of thoie who supported me did to on that under«tand!sg« By toaertlag this m yoar valuable orper 70a will oblige— Yonre, etc., G. M«dm*s
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THE BOROUGH SCHOOL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2074, 27 February 1889
THE BOROUGH SCHOOL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2074, 27 February 1889
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