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FRENCH FARM SCHOOL TREAT.

On Friday, 17th instant, the French Farm inhabitants were favoured with a very fine day on which to hold their annual school sports. .'After lunch in the schoolroom, the Rev. Mr Julius presented the prizes to the pupils of the school. Those present then adjourned to Mr Brocherie's paddock, where races and sports of various kinds were held. A unique feature of the day was a teachers' race, which i caused much amusement, as the com-' petitors were each presented with a musical (?) instrument, which they used to great advantage. The skipping competition was also very good, the winner reaching 603. Visitors were present in large numbers from the neighbouring bays, and in the evening a very successful dance was held;—

The results of the races are as fol lows :—

Boys' race, 13 and over—Orton LeComte 1, Thomas Stewart 2. Girls' race, 12 and over—Hazal Shadbolt 1, Ethel Stewart 2.

Boys' race, 10 to 13—Eonald Donovan 1, William Weir 2.

Girle' race, 9 to 12—Clarice Stewart 1, Doreen Weir 2.

Boys' race, 8 to 10—Leslie Giddens 1, Edward Weir 2.

Boys' race, 5 to B—Claude Stewart 1, Leo Giddens 2.

Three-legged race (boys) —Konald Donovan and Thoraa3 Stewart 1.

Three-legged race (girls)— Ethel Stewart and Doreen Weir 1. .

Arithmetic race.(boys)— Edward Weir 1, Thomas Stewart 2.

Arithmetic race (g'uls)—Hazel Shadbolt 1, Doreen Weir 2.

Boot race (boys)— Luke Wright 1, Orton LeComte 2.

Hoop race (boys)— Thomas Stewart 1, Luke Wright 2.

Boys' race, over 12 (open)— William Stewart I, Orton LeComte 2.

Girls' race, over 12 (open)— Mary Hawker I, Clarice Stewart 2.

Boys' race, under 12 (open)— Donald Stewart 1, Kdward Weir 2,

Girls' race, under 12 (open)—Doreen Weir 1, Veronica Newton 2,

Boys' Consolation race (open)— Clement Stewart 1, Albert Wakelin 2 Girle' consolation race (opeD) -Doily Duke 1, Doria Newl egin 2 Married ladies' race (open) - Mrs Mould 1, Mrs Donovan 2. Married men's race (open)—Mr Mulcook I, Mr Hunt 2. Single ladies' race, hairup (open)—E. Brooberie I, V. Brochene 2. Single ladies' race, hair down (open)— J. Cairne 1, D. Donovan 2. Siogle men's race, (open)—S Bhodes 1, N. Wright 2 Girts' skipping competition (open)—Khoda Stewart (603) 1, Ethel Stewart (434) 2 Schoul teachers' race—Misa Orinandy 1, Mies Moors 2. LIST OF PBIZES.

Following is a list of prize winners in the the standards:—

Standard Vl—Ethel Stewart Thomas Stewart.

Standard V—Hazel Shadbolt, Eileen Weir William Weir, Major Wright, Ortou LeComte.

Standard IV—Rhoda Stewart, Luke Wright" ,

Standard lll—Clifford LeComte, Clarice Stewart, Ronald Donovan.

Standard ll—Donald Stewart. Standard I—Edward Weir, Leslie Giddens Doreen Weir.

Primer—Leo Giddens, Claude Stewart. SPECIAL PRIZES. Sewing—Hazel Shadbolt. Politeness—Eileen Weir. Spelling—Donald Stewart; Gardening—Thomas Stewart, William Weir.

Arithmetic—Edward Weir,

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FRENCH FARM SCHOOL TREAT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4389, 21 April 1914

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FRENCH FARM SCHOOL TREAT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4389, 21 April 1914

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