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MARSHLAND SCHOOL.

ROLL OF HONOUR UXVEILED. An important function was hold in the Marshland school 011 Friday afternoon last, When parents, friends, and scholars assembled to do honour to 6Xscholars of the school -who had taken part in the great war. Mr J. "Voss presided, find tho procecdingß commenced with the singing of the .National Anthem, after which Mrs I>. Goode unveiled two Honours Boards, containing .the following fitty-hro names:— . Albert Lange, Thomas Quaid, Anthony Rognl, Robfcrt 0. Cox, Albert Myers, Garland Dobby, Harold "Wilson, "David O'Callaghan, George Stanbridgc, Kigel Treleavon, David Martin, Alberu "Rees. Thomas Crawford, Edward Sharlick. Albert Forsyth, James Percasky, William Hannan, Joseph It. "Walter, William Faulls, James Lango, 1< rcderick Lange, Hugh Dcmpsey, Walter Dempsev, l>avid Radclift'e, v George Rands, Harold Dass, William Hawken, Michael Brown, Ernest Baker, Ernest "Das*, Frank Goode. Thomas Coleman, Michael Percasky, James Sohimanski, Charles Palmer, "Walter Myers, Michael "Faulls, Abraham Dobby, James Crawford, Stanley Matterson, "William Bussell,'Edward Hawken, Ernest Hawken, John Moir, John Sharlick, George Crozior, Hugh Dawson, William Mooro, Edward Fuller, Arthur Baker,- William Hart. Frank Davis, Thomas Crocker, and Arthur Lowe. A marble tablet, containing the names of ten ex-scholars who had made the supremo scrifico, was unveiled by Mrs C. G. Dal getj'. They were William Faulls, Robert Cox, Michael Brown, David O'Callaghan, David Martin, Hugh Dfrmpsey, Ernest Dass, William Bu?sell, George Stanbridge, and Abraham Dobby. Short addresses, suitable to the occasion, wero delivered by the Revs. D. I). R/odgfcr, H. Spencer., and Father Seymour. A special vote o{ thanks was accorded to Mr D. Goode, the chairman of the School Committee, who had presented the school and the district w'ith the memorial tablet. He was given three hearty cheers for his generous gift, which has been placed between tho two boards containing the Roll of Honour.

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MARSHLAND SCHOOL., Press, Volume LV, Issue 16646, 6 October 1919

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MARSHLAND SCHOOL. Press, Volume LV, Issue 16646, 6 October 1919

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