TWO INSPECTORS APPOINTED, MX. CARADUS AND MR. FOSTEE. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) WELLINGTON, Friday. It is announced that the following have been appointed inspectors of secondary schools: — Mr. Edward Caradus, first assistant at Nelson College. Mr.'" William Tremere Foster, French master at the Auckland Grammar SchooL The two new inspectors are well known to Auckland. An old Grammar School boy, Mr. Caradiis entered the Auckland TJni%-ersity with ' a junior University scholarship, and graduated B.Sc. in 1906, and also won a senior scholarship the same year. Later he was appointed to the staff of the Grammar School, and was chief science master for many years. Four years ago be was appointed first assistant at Nelson College. In 1916, when a master at the Grammar School, he founded the school's specialist cadet company. For the last five years Mr. Foster has been French master at the Auckland Grammar School. He was formerly headmaster of WeUesley College,. Wellington. Mr. Foster entered Otago University with a junior University scholarship, and graduated M.A. in 1909, with first-class honours. He also won a Join Tinline scholarship. A keen cricketer, Mr. Foster is captain of the Auckland University College second eleven.