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TINWALD.

The householder' n, t/uit, Tinwald last evening was attt j,gVJ by 51 residents ot that locahr,, 'v • T. Williams presiding. * The annual lepott ssowed that the school had had a v<*n h.c o^iul yeai The piesent 1011 *«.*•<• lb*; 1 Dm ing the year half an acie 01 hi Hi bad bcon acquired to- enlaige the i\l.. giound. A visit fiom Mi Aimitagi. of the Education. Board, had ie«-ultod m a subsidy being granted on tht '"able elected during the pieVious ytar The balance-*isheet showed a cFedit of 14s 7d m Decembei, hot i>ifh the Government's special gi.r,* ihe incoming committee would stait Tvjbh £5 14s 7cl in hand.

The repoit pud balance-sheet weie unanimously adopted, smd: a hearty vote. of. thanks was accorded the outgoing committee. '-: Mr Lowery stated that the quarteracre section adjoining the section bought last year was ior sale. Messrs Williams and Watson proposed that the adjoining section be purchased, a^nd this • was agreed to, and various donations for the purpose were received. _ : The. question of providing something, hot during the lunch interval in the winter was discussed. It was agreed that the idea was a good one, especially as so many children came long distances. It was decided to make a trial, after ,the May holidays, of providing cocoa, the cost to be borne by those who would benefit. The suggestion a:as. made that the girls have dresses of simple design and the same colour, and that boys all wear the school colours on stockings, ties. or cans. A sub-committee consisting of * . Mrs Lowery, Mrs 'Wat-scon, Miss Lockwood. Mr Mushet, and the headmaster was set up to inquire what could be done. . The following are the new committee : —Messrs W. Lowery (chairman), A. J. Henderson, J. Gibson, J. H. Mushet. N. Nordstrura, W. Hopwood, and C. E. Challis. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mr A. Colville, who had been secretary for the past four years, aud to •the chairman (Mr T. Williams).

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TINWALD., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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TINWALD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9587, 15 April 1919

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