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Householders' Meetings.

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The annual meeting of householders, \: for the election of the lasmore School i ; Committee, was held in the lismore'/ schoolroom on Monday, April 28th, 1890. , The district was well represented. Mr C. J. Harper was voted to the chair, and reviewed the work of the past year. -, There was a good balance to the credit of, .■ -. the incidental fund, but-it would be re- ' Quired for the purchaseoffiring, etc., for the winter. A' handsome 'assortment of, , . prizes had been ; purchased,, and the „, balance in hand would probably'be ex- ; pended on a school treat.-vf.Ttieiwiport of ,'' { the Inspector,, L. B. WooS, Esq., M.A., had been recently received"and was read. .. as follows ;—,-, - f ,' (^.: jy ,,^ f ' '■ '•■ ,' Education dist^ctb'f Nojrth^J^ih^erbury. V ■^-Examination report,on>-tißmore public '„-- school. Examined March 27th, 1890.- - - Percentage of passes-r-r-JKhJI;; y Percentage of failures—-nil., b.-l

Mr Fred. H. /Bowler^jnaatajr;. Mrs Woolley^sewing mistress.: r/.'l ":' The pupils have ■been thoroughly well. prepared for examination. All the work is characterised'by great accuracy, and . much of the answering befa-rf the marks V of very intelligeiit instruction. Through-, out the school the'level of attainment is high. The pupils of,-Standard li. answer many of the'tests applied to Standard IL, . and the: performance of tbe youbg chjl- [ : dren in the upper rßtandardß,:iß; a very 'meritorious onel :/j ?,ic .. ' ', ';: , (Signed) ■'.'•.:. ,li. B'^OOD, : 'f i j --\t ' /.'. Inspector. The Chairman remarked that he considered the report could- hardly~hav e been . better. It far surpassed ,-any hitherto. received. It was, .he^saiidyja matter of deep congratulation to tne district,'and . also to fehe f master, that such an extremely . good«report • should % be made upon theo ■ school. "■■■.".".'"' ' / . The election ,of then took r ,placef?wj[th the/follqf||| via :— Messrs C. J. Harper (Chairman), T. Patersoni J. Patersonjil.-W. Hill, -T; B.! Richards, S. Burr and J'. Bell. „ . „;

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Householders' Meetings., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2415, 1 May 1890

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Householders' Meetings. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2415, 1 May 1890

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