(By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) PA_ROA. Friday. The report of the inspector on the standard- of the Paeroa High School is a most flattering one. Inspector G-arrand states that 'the school _ admirably managed, tbe schemes of work well drawn up, and the teaching active, intelligent, and very good quality. Through all the classes the attention and industry of the. pupils are specially commended, as is also the order and discipline. The staff under —Ir. Murphy and his seven able assistants have received congratulations oh all sides.
The Methodist Church committee opened their Japanese fancy fair this afternoon in the Criterion Concert Hall, Paeroa. Various competitions are to be held to-night and to-morrow.
The Paeroa High School committee hare recommended Hiss Fa-wcett from the Board's selection of candidates for the vacancy in the school, caused by the promotion of Miss 'Shroff.
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COUNTRY NEWS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909
COUNTRY NEWS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909
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