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HAMPSTEAD.

There Avere about 40 householders :pre sent and Mr A. Orr, Chairman of Com mittee took the chair and read! the notice convening the meeting. The Secretary then read the report of, the Committee for the past year which" was as follows :—

Report of the. Hampstead School Committee, for the, year ending April, 1890.

Gentlemen, —In laying before you our report for the past 12 months, " we have the satisfaction of being able to congratulate the householders of the district on the continued success of the school both in point of attendance and proficiency, and to the credit of the staff of teachers it must be said that chese results have been attained in the face of considerable difficulties entailed.:by, changes in the .staff itself and the temporary absence of some of. them through illnesss etc. As you are rid doubt, aware,.Mr Mayne,-the head nushsr left duringtlie last year,, and his ■place was taken by Mr Malcolm', and in addition to, Miss Shirtcliffe's prolonged absence through illness, there were several changes and temporary appointments amongst the pupil teachers, The present staff had not fairly got into working order again when fresh difficulties arose through accommodation hai. ■ :!,.- !■» be found in other buildings for a isi.'isiv [of classes that hiul h> I).; roiiuuel iv«-iii the school during the erection of the ad-, ditional roomy. Notwithstanding all this j

as before stated, up to the last month the attendance has steadily increased. One cause of the recent falling off, was moving ■ the children about during erection of new rooms, and the most serious falling off has been caused by the prevalence of influenza. The two causes being' only temporary there is no doubt the school will shortly recover or outstrip its usual average attendance, especially in view of the superiority and comfort of. the accommodation provided by the building of additional rooms. During the past year an additional piece of land was purchased by the Board as'ah*' addition to 1 the' playground. , , . , - x '■? " As to the -continued proficiency md progressof the school," wem#y,6implyjjj»te the words of the Inspector V That the School is in a thoroughly' sounH condition of' efficency,-and -the discipline,, is: very good." Beyond •' this', where')' all'"tho teachers .have f done their/work and the general result has. been so good, it would be individiotis t<>rniake,f3pecial-men£iott of any individuals, but'in thif .Coa^ecticli it may:be said that although 4 tne'Behooi;,|osfc in Mr' Mayne^an eitremelyiefficient^i»dmaster,^ with whom the Committee had every reason to be'satisfied^ andwhom it\ might have bcoiFdimcult to-;repla(e»,?'?«till they have to congratulate th'emß#Wes%nd the householders on KaViiitf|bb^toMb*he sor vices of JVIr Malcolm, W^emßrilSH. of superior find attaihnieT»ta;'and of at, least, .e(iual ability as a..disciplin-arian.-^-Fof. tho. ConimittoeV /Aof;O'»R, Chairman. t ..; ; ;i. t - , * In reply to questions it was stated that the: total {income, fqr=*the £825 13s 9d, of Tvbisb'had.AJJeen paid'in salaries £733 12s 6d, and £63 iss 3d for incidental expenses(Jialfioif£4?l7s\(received from the Board) for extras^ leaving a balance of £20 l 14s.itt,hand , Jj.Tni:> ; On the motion of-Mr Pickford, seconded by'Mr GalloWay, thVßeporTwas Sdopt«d. Mr W. Hi-'Oolluls'fproposed, and Mr Hopkins seconded,"* hearty vote of thanks to the CommitWe for .their work in the past yeat 1,' 1 also' 'to the ■ staff ot teachers for their attention to the scholars.—Carried.

Mr Orr returned tha'hKs'and" expressed his pleasure at having had such a good CommittieefeyorifwitfiH fjifliH^ii » ifr Mayo tilougtif the «•*■' Cofamittee should be asked ft6^ see; if ihe fioWdjpould hot arrange for the ffialfi&ee''sheets Jo be made vp f to. 31st M«ufcK, Tllnm^d^Kßlsfc of December as* n^w^-^UB&rriedj. wti 1:. Messrs Collingand appointed scrutineers and nine candidates having ; been' nominated, j, a i".b§%* i place with/ tfte. loUowing^^Tesulfc, viz: Messrs A. .Orr .'45,- Cf. W. Andrews 43, 0. W..,Baker*;4o,ip:- Fawcett 36, W. Crooks. 25,' rTh6maß.Welch;. rJ24 W. K. SmitE 22;B.:M«(clem 16; Wi M'llroy 5. " The first ]Seveh /Were f "d6atff«d>xduly elected, and a,vo<# 6PjKSkhkß tA'fchielichair closed th^meeinnli ■' 'Followinff is an

A moo.Mnfjof the new C<inunitt,ec was subsequently*held at 'which ill Wer6 pre- , sent,- and Mr Andrew Orr was elected!' (Shj^nrianf for the;ensuing^ear, [j^ *-„.••

... "O Name G. W. Andrews :C. W. Baker ... P. Fawcetfc^ ;.! Thomas JWelph W. K. SmitHni, R. Meaclem^i.. l's 2's 3'e 4'sJ s'^ — i 7 ,-j Total ' r. votes; t L 45"""" 2 43 2i 40" 1~ 36 1^ 25— 2 24^ 1 22^ l MC 0 5 Total.; voters - < 4 7 4 8 -2 6 3 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 3 2 2 1 0 2 2 0 1 2 o^ 0 0 — 1 0 0 10 2 1 1 0 ' 17 1 17 ■! 14 1 13 *! ' i Ml ,o

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HAMPSTEAD., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890

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HAMPSTEAD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2413, 29 April 1890

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