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The ordinary monthly meeting of! 'the Akaroa District Higb Scfcool Cum I inittee was held at the A karoa Borough Council Chambers on Tuesday eveu j ing. Present—Messrs J. S. Dccid.- , , I A. fi. Munro, C. \V. Leete, aud D. Fyfe. Iα the absence of the chairman (Mr J. R. Newton), Mr J. b. Dodda was voted to the chair, i Mr Leete moved that the committee having read the inspector's report, congratulate the headmaster and staff upon the good results obtained. Seconded by Mr Lewitt; and canted. Mr Fyfe moved the school close on Wednesday, December 23: d, and re i open on February Btb. | Seconded by Mr Jjawitt and carriad. Mr Dodds reported, a3 one of the visiting committee, that there had been a nuutbsr of seats shifted from the main to the High School to accommodate the increased attendance. The attendance at the High School was now 29, the highest it had been for some years. Mr Leete moved the visiting committee make arrangements for having water taps round the building for the purpose of cleaning the windows Seconded by Mr Lewitt aad carried. The headmaster, Mr Hall, said the roll nuiiiber at the school was litf, uuuvitbstandbg that' there ut<ie suii 5 and irfinerza imeifersp.:,' with I !.ne iittetuiauce. a lo wiiK decided to have ihe usphul I ung of tbe paths round the tchooi I Juno (iuiifjg tbe holiday.-, ulcl h wari| bh iv (be h:.n.'is ot ihe cbainunu to I unv(. the a?phniUi)g mixtd as soon as I possible, and laid uown.

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AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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