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A meeting of the Hampstead School Committee was held last evening. Present: Messrs W. Thompson (chairman), G. W. Andrews, R. Kerr, W. Rumsey, E. Orysell, G. Culverhouse, J. McElhinney, Ohilds, and the Rev. T. R. B. Woolloxall. ■ ■ A letter was received from the Ashburton Borough Council stating that that body-'would'be pleased if arrangements could' be: made for the children of the-school to attend the function to be held on Wednesday in honour of his Excellency the Governor.—The matter was left in the hands of the chairman and headmaster. The North Canterbury Education Board wrote, stating its willingness for Misses G. Wilson and M. Buckley to act as relieving teachers in Hampstead School. —A further letter stated that Miss E. Bradley had been appointed probationer in Hampstead School. —Received. Correspondence was read from the North Canterbury Education Board relative to the engagement of teachers, and after- consideration of applications, Miss ■* Georgina Roberts, of Heathcote, was appointed to the position, of assistant mistress and Miss M. Buckley was appointed fourth assistant mistress. Received.

It was agreed to apply to the Education Board for a tank to burn paper in and ask he Board to fulfil its pi-omise of placing a skylight in the headmaster's room and to place glass draught boards in all the windows. The -Chairman was authorised to confer with the Ashburton Borough School as regards the appointment of a representative on the Technical Classes Association.

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HAMPSTEAD SCHOOL COMMITTEE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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HAMPSTEAD SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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