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SECOND EDITION.

St. Stephen's Sunday School.

The annual distribution of prizes to the Sunday Schools in connection with St. Stephen's Church took place on Sunday afternoon last. There was a very large attendance of scholars and their, friends. Before proceeding to award the prizes, the Incumbent, the Revd E. A. Scotf t said that during the last few, years the standard necessary for saining a prize had been,very considerably raised. In the upper classes of both schools, except in special cases where sickness had occurred, or where the scholar lived a very long distance from the school, no one would receive a prize who had missed more than four Sundays in the year, arid although a wider margin had been allowed to the lower classes, yet a high standard had been insisted upon. Every care' had been taken to award the prizes justly, but if any scholar should think that injustice had'been dene him, he had only to report the matter to his teacher, and the case would be looked into. The following are the names of the prize-winners :— St. Stephen's School.—Boys' Bible Class. — Ernest Swan, Harry Mills, Edward Harris. Class I.—Cha's. Fowke, Geo. Pass, Isaac Baigent, Percy Prichard. Class 2. —Francis Clayton, Wm. Powell. Class 3—Horace Wibnhurst, Leslie Potter, T. Anderson. Class 4—Norman Prichard, Geo. Fowke, Edwd. Bickerstaff, John Quane, Fred Hyde, Wm. Baker. Class 5. —Bertie Amos, John Miles, John R. Minnis, Wm. Hosken. Class 6. t- Ernest Hyde, Percy, White, Frank Newman. Cyril Potter. Class 7. —Wm. Breeze, Fred Amos, Wm. Amos, Geo. Miles, Herbert Macgregor. Class B.—Ralph Anderson, Robert Davis, Walter Amos, Claud Stills, Herbert Baker, ' Arthur White.

Girls—Bible Class—Margaret Page, Blanche Fowke, Lauretta Pass, Maud Bean, Louisa Baigent, Eliz. Bean. Class I.—Florence Court, Emily Roberts, Mary Mills, Miles, Martha Anderson. Class I.—Emily Minnis, Nellie Hyde,, Eliz. Court.. Class 3.—Eliz, Page, Eliz. Roberts, Kate White, Alice Court, Laura Worner. Class 4. —Alice Hop wood, Ethel Newman, Annie Hancox, Agnes Baker. Class s.—Sybil Segers, Nettie Prichard, Gertrude White, Alice Scott, Mary Stills, Matilda Baker. Class 6.— Katherine Breeze, Olive Fowke, Minnie Bickerstaff. Class ,7. —Annie Davis, Alice Patching, Edith Patching, Violet Fowke. Hampstead School. Boys—Class I.— | John Sage, Frank Stigley, Ben Carter, Frank Pritchard, Fred Johnston, James Sandoe, Jno. Boswell. Class 2. —Harry Johnston, Fred Pritchard, Chas. Sage, Wm. Griffin, Walter Stephens. Class 3. Harry Hopkins, Wm. Caldicott, Geo. Keeley, Arthur Kelly, Henry Stephenson. Class 4.—Monte Keeley, Leonard Andrewes, Horace Johnston, Arthur Taylor, Horace Cookson. Class 5 — Arthur Purnell, Arthur Pritchard, Leslie Jameson, Edward Crisp, Charles Brown, Robert Smith.

Girls.—Bible Class — Louisa Sage, Blanche Cookaon, May Keeley, Eliza Rawlinson, Louisa Griffin. Class I.— Hetty Taylor, Emma Caldicott, Lillie Keeley, Nina Kelly, Eliza Boswell. Class 2.—Eliza Caldicott, Emily Sumners, May Taylor,-Lucy Boswell, Fanny Finlay. Class 3.—Maud Hopkins, Flora Cookson, Susan Finlay, Maud Johnson, Lizzie Stewart, Ida Stewart, Mary Broker. Class 4.—Mabel Welch, Kate Hasletfc, Florence Sumners, Emily Griffin, Esther Carter, ElKe Stephenson, Lizzie Broker, Leslie Purnell. Class s.—Gertie Caldicott, Ada Welch, May Griffin, Violet Kelly.

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SECOND EDITION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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SECOND EDITION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2429, 14 May 1890

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