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that ahe bad obtained a month's leave of absence owing to ill health in her familji She regretted she had to up pet the running of fche school. From the North Canterbury Board of Education to effect that Edward J. lieattie had been appointed probationer for the Akaroa School He was 17 years of age and bad pa3sed the Senior free place examination. The Education Board also wrote acknowledging the committee's invitation to the function at the opening of the school. It would be better to hold over the function indefinitely, as there would bB a doubt as to when the school would be finished. Accounts from Mr F. Harrow and Mr J. Kerridge (£4'4s), were passed for payment. Mr Dodds reported that the Technical School had been utilised "by the Board for putting the new desk 3 for the school together, The men wanted a place free from dust, and he bad asked permission of the Chairman of the Technical School Board to use ihe carpentry room, The chairman said Mr Hall had reported very satisfactory attendanca among the primary department. In the secondary department a fair numbsr of children were sill away. i The question of the annual school treat was brought up for discussion Mr Dodds said the Chairman and (Mr Leete arranged the treat well, being a sub committee. He moved that .Messrs Newton and Leete be a subcommittee to appoint a day and arrange with the Captain of the Cygnet re treat. Seconded by Rev. Hayward and carried. Mr Dodds asked whether it would not be better to appoint a committee to dea) with the function at the opening of the school. The chairman said it was a matter j that interested the householders as a whole. He undertook to send out all the special invitations. Hβ agreed with Mr Dodds it would be as well to have a special committee to deal with the arrangements for tne function. He; moved that Revs. A. H, Julius, and J. W. Hayward and Messrs A. RMunro, and T. Penlington be a committee to arrange the function. Seconded by Mr Leete and carried. The meetiDg then terminated.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4369, 6 February 1914

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