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TINWALD SCHOOL.

The general meeting of the above School Committee was held on Monday, June 30. Present:—Messrs Doherty (Chairman), Smith, Redmayne, Gudsell, and Samuel Corrigan. The master's report showed the attendance for the past month to be boys 58.4, girls 39.9 ; total 98.3 j on roll, boys 71, girls 67 ; total 128. The master called attention to the loc"k on the coal shed, and asked for a small axe for the use of the school.— Secretary to see to same. The Visiting Committee were instructed to have the playground cleared of large stones, etc. One week's holiday was granted from July 7th to 14th inst. Accounts to the amount of £4 12k 9d were passed for payment. Messrs Smith and Corrigan were appointed to act as a Visiting Committee for the ensuing month. The Chairman handed in his resignation on account of his leaving the district and proceeding Home. The resignation was accepted with regret. All members present spoke in high terms of Mr Doherty as a Committeeman and Chairman, and wished wished him and Mrs Doherty and family a good voyage Home and a safe and speedy return. Mr James Gudsell was appointed Chairman, and Mr Redmayne was authorised to sign cheques with the Chairman. The meeting then adjourned.

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TINWALD SCHOOL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2460, 7 July 1890

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TINWALD SCHOOL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2460, 7 July 1890

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