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!, At a meeting of the Ashburton Borough School Committee last evening, the Visiting Committee (Rev. J. K. Burgin and Mr W. G. Hillier) drew attention to the very insanitary condition of the conveniences at the infants' school, and also to the poor seating accommodation at the main and the side schools, and suggested that the conditions and equipment of the Borough School should, be a matter for immediate attention.

Members generally agreed that something should be done at the earliest possible moment bo remedy the evils, and on the • motion of Mr Burgin, seconded by Mr Hillieiy a committee consisting of Messrs T. M. Clark, T. H. Undrill, the Chairman (Mr B. T. Missen), and the mover, was set up to go into the question ■ of'ii new school andreport at the next meeting. ;

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THE BOROUGH SCHOOL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8790, 10 February 1914

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THE BOROUGH SCHOOL Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8790, 10 February 1914

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