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TECHNICAL SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS.

THE YEAR'S RESULTS. We are indebted to the Technical School authorities for the results of the examinations which ha\e been lieid in connection with the school during the past year. In the local examinations the Dnector (Mr. A. D. Riley) reports that 517 papers were taken. Thecirainber of papers taken in stcond-grade art was 393, of which 296 passed and 97 failed. The number of individual candidates was 274, and the number of individual passes 212. The Director remarks that the freehand and model papers showed excellent work : he had never seen a better set of papers. In both sections of geometry (arts and trades) the results were fair, candidates either passing well or failing completely. In perspective very few papers were taken, calling for no special comment. The work in memory drawing should have been better considering the excellence of the model paper. The drawing of cast and weak drawing of shadows were they chief causes of failure in the light and shade. In third-grade 124 papers were taken, 84 parsing and 40 failing. The numbei of individual candidates was 90, the number of individual passes 66. Following is a list of the results : — PRIMARY SCHOLARSHIPS. A. Bdrgh, W. Barker, H. (Jonhn, and P. Weob, all of Tuoindon School; L. Parker, tt. Ljon, It. liieks, and lUhei Hacks. oith, lerrace; Clara L.augiora, O. lhxon, S. Wilton, and Uiadys Aiackd,., le Aro ; H. Robtrts, Elsie Ure^, il Barltrop, and H. tSa.tar, Riutuul-siieet; J. Johnson W. J. Jvitchmg, i/i&ie Brooke- i'ayior, and Madge Green \\oud, Clyde-quay; H. Robertson, J. Raiph, Jci. Burcon, and P. JtJurbidge, Mount Cook Boys' ; Oave Henderson, Jimniehne Kear, Pearl Rix, and Edith ISix.-mith, Mount Cook Girls' ; Ida Ua.cinai, F. Haywood, G Ronaldson, and C. King, Newtown ; F Mothes, C. Gretn, Ivy August, and Doris Printzen, Petone ; H. Hickson and G. Hall, Lower Hutt; Violet Morrison and Irene Marley, Kiibirnie ; K. Caldwell and 'J. Raine, Karori ; R. Sinclair and Frariifte Jennings, Brooklyn ; Doris Bentley, Worser Bay ; VV. Jenkins, Khandaliah; Lillian VVutt, Ro&eneath ; F. Williamson, Taita; E.v Hosie, Island Bay. The Mitchelltown, Wadestown, and Kaiwarra Schools (which are entitled to one scholarship each), have notified that they have no candidates to present. Seeing that the scholarship is a free gift to each school, some explanation should (the Director remarks) be required as to the failure to present any candidates. As vacancies occur they will be filled from the following list, arranged according to merit : — C. Hayes (Rintoul-street), R. Abbot (TAorndon), H. Williams (Karori), Ellen Jacobsen and Emily Borsyth (Mount , Cook Girls'), R. Blenkinsop (Newtown), | Agnes Leopard, Elsie Carmichael, and Gladys Lagor (Thorndon), Edith Webster and Hazel Chambers (Terrace), Esther Scott (Kiibirnie), E. Waters (Karori), Edith Oalvert (Mount Cook Girls'), Lena Alexander (Newtown), D. M'Lean and Daisy Caverhill (Petone), F. Makrn and Mabel Cole (Thorndon), Mary Clachan (Te Aro), L. Moore (Brooklyn), Delia Heath (Worser Bay). SECOND-YEAR SCHOLARSHIPS. The twelve second-year scholarships were awarded as formerly by examination in freehand and model drawing of the second grade, taking into consideration the work*, done during the current year. The following is a list of the winners: — C. Bay and B. Wells (Terrace), Stella Morris (Newtown), Alioe Forbes (Thorndon), Elsie Watt (Terrace), A Caldwell (Karori), C. Jones (Brooklyn), C. Keasberry (Kiibirnie), Etta Mason (Terrace), Winnie Compton (Kiibirnie), D. Henderson (Karori), Edith Welsby (Clyde-quay). The following are next in order of merit, and will be appointed as vacancies occur; — J. Rus-sell (Brooklyn), Katie St. George, Bertha Hoffmeister, Olive Chappie, and Ruby Inman (Mount Cook Girls'), Royal Crowther (Mount Cook Boys'J, J- Gardiner (Rintoul-street), Alice Mason, H. Roberts, and R. Tavlor (Brooklyn), Emily Ibbetson (Clyde-quky), A.. Lark (Te Aro), Margaret Graham and C. Morris (Brooklyn). SECOND GRADE. In the following list the subjects taken are indicated by capital letters, F standrng for Freehand, M for Model, Br for Brush-form, G for Geometry, P for PerspectiT.e, L and S for Light and Shade, MM for Memory. The quality of the pass is indicated by an c for excellent and g for good. Ethel Aldous, M; Mary Atkinson, M, g; Arthur Anderson, M; A. Avery, M; L. Arcus, F; G. Banks, M, g; Cecil Bay, F, M, c; Myrtle Bennett, F, M; Margaret Battersby, F, g, M; Olive Bennett, F, M, c; Alice Barclay, M; Henry Barrett, F, c, G, c, MM; James Barrett, G, c, MM, g; Edith Benbow, G; Lizzie Benbow, MM; Jessie Butler, F, M ; Jane Bairstow, M ; Laura Baird, Br, c; John Bringins, M; Mary Ballingall, Br; Jack Barker, F; Chas. Bargh, M, G, g; Alice Burnley, G, c; James Clements, F, M, MM; Winifred Compton, F, c; Dadton Campbell, F; Ohas. Casey, FArchie Caldwell, P, g, M, c; Royal Crowther, F, M; Howard Conlin, F, M; Kate Compton, G, c, MM; Mabel Callam, F, c, G, g; Henry Cooper, Br; Olive Chapman, F; Wm. CoHins, M, g; F. L. Curgenven M; Olive Chappie, F, M; F. L. Dignan, G, g; Richard Duffy, G, c; Nellie Edward, F; Michael FenneH, F; James Fralier, F; Alice Forbes,

F, c, M, g; Jessie Pitchett, Br, c; Clara Firth, Br, c ; Sarah Fraser, Br, g ; Lois Feist, Br; Arthur Fear, M, g; Alfred Gyles, L and S; Margaret Graham, P, M; James Gardener, F, M; James Griffiths, P, M; Wm. Green, M, G, c; Doris Gavin, M; Eva Gibbs, M, c; Fanny Gibson, M, MM; J. H. Griffiths, Br, c, L and S ; Mary Hamilton, L and S ; Bertha Hoffmeisfcer, F, M; Joseph Herring, F; Patrick Hanley, P; Douglas Henderson, F, M, c; Victor Harding, *?, M; Agnes Hart, L and S ; Violet Hartan, MM ; Isa bel Hyams, F, M, G; Jessie Haslam, M, g; H. Holm, G, c; Eva Holm, G, g, P; James Hutton, M, G, c, MM; Margaret Hitchcock, M; Jessie Home, G, c; Gladys Haggett, Br, G, c; Geo. Hogben, G, c; G. Hamilton, M; Emily Ibbetson, F, M; Ivy lorns, M, c; L. M. Ibbetson, L and S; Ruby In man, P, M; Flora Johnston, L and S; Ohos. Jones, F, M, c; Elsie Johnston, P, M; Alioe Jacobson.-P; Lily James, Br, L and S; C. Keasberry, F, c; Joseph Kroner, G, c, MM; Albert Lark, F, M; E. G. Law, M; S. M'lver, M, G, c; J. A. Main, M; Morgan M'Carthy, G, MM; Henrietta Mason, F, c, M ; Wm. Moore, F; Hone Mariu, F; Richard M'Donald, F, c; Maude M'Donald, M; Alice Mason, P, M; Chas. Morris, U; Stella Morris. F, c, M, g; Lily Mulville, F, c; Mary Moss, M, Br, g, G, g; Catherine Manning, G, c, MM; Elsie Mackay, Br; Ernest Morris, M, G, g; Edith Martin, M, MM; Alice Maudsley, MM; John O'Connor, F; Martin O'Brien, G; H. Osborne-Gibbes, Br; Mabel Oswin, MM; Romulus Pointon, M ; Miriam Pegg, P, g, M; Phoebe Prenderville, F; Theta Poynter, M,g, G,g, P; Ellen Paul, Br, Land S; John Pilkington, Br; Harry Roberts, M, g ; Oswald Richardson, G, c ; John Rutsell, F, g, M; Maud Ryder, Br; Bertha Reeve, M, c ; Helen Richards, L and S; Humphrey Sheehan, G; F. Swan, M; Barbara Stevenson, M, MM; Elisabeth Scott, M, g, Br; Dorothy Stuckey, M, Br, MM; James Scott, M; Winifred Stevens, Br, g ; H. Shea-Lawler, M, G, c ; H. Seymour, M, g ; iJ'iorence Strong, M, MM; Katie St. George, F,g, M; Reginald Taylor, M; Laura Turkington, F, g; Isabel Thomson, F, g, M, MM; Augustine Yenning, G, g ; Burton Wells, F, g, M,e; Elsie Watt, F, c, M; Chas. Wood, F, M, g; Edith Welsby, F,e, M; Ruth Waterhouse, M, g; Elaine West, M, g; J. Whittem, M, G; E. Woolcott, M; Sydney Wilton, M.gj Enid Williams', Br ; Mary Williams, Br, G, g ; Jblizabeth Wedde, F, M, G,e; Amy Williamson, Br, G, g ; Bertha Wood, M. Masterton Centre. — Nellie Arnold, M; Phoebe Butler, M, g; Florence Hijzgint, M ; Edward Jaques, F, M, g ; Joe Paku, F ; W. Tohe, P ; Winifred Brown, F, g. THIRD GRADE. The following are the results of tha first year's course in the third grade section. O stands for Outline, S for shade, M for Models, Sep. for Sepia, Mm. for Modelling, W for Wood-carving, D for Design, SI. for Still-life, L for Life, Be, for Building Construction, Me. for Machine Construction, C for Carpentry, and E for Electric light. Qualifications are represented by c for excellent and g for good. First year. — J. Allen, G, c; G. Broadfoot, C ; James Barrett, Be. ; D. BakerGabb, Me; F. Chirm, Beg; H. Cook, Me; C. Drummond, Bee; H. Da vies, Be .g ; H. GordoH, Be ; W. Green, Be, c; F. Levestam, E; T. Rothe, Mc.,g; A, M'Qrrgor, C; W. Smith, Me; A. Wilton,. Me ; Eva Ramsay, Sep. Second year. — C. Bowley, Me ; Evelyn. Bidwill, 0, g, S, M, Mm.; J. Cable, Me ; Elizabeth Clements, 0, M; J. Campbell, Me; Lilian Chappie, M, Sep., c, SI. ; Daisy Carter, M, g, iVp.,g, Mm., c; W. Douglos, E; W.-- Davidson, E, g; C. M. Hill, Me.g; B. Holt, Me; Sibyl Johnson, M, g, Sep. , g, L; J. Kir\w<>od, E, g; G Latham, W, c ; Hugh Lowe. Me; Elizabeth M'Csrrison, W, c; Alice M;,udsley, S, M, g ; Nellie Mfudsley, S, M, D; Theta Poynton, O, g, a, g; Roberta Raitt, S, M, Mm.,g. D.gi A .Scott, 0, c, Mm.,g; W. Venn. Me; H. Vosseler, Me; J. C. Williams, Me.c; W. Young, Bc.,g; G. Bodley, Me SHORTHAND.' The following secured passes in the Shorthand examinations, c representing excellent : — Elsie Benbow c, jbthpl ("ronibie c, Gwendplin Darnell, Muriel H;ill c, Louise Hutchings, Annie Miller, Ivy Marshall, Ruby Marchant, Margaret M'Kenzie o, Marion yon Printzen, Madge pp o llock c, 0. Richardson, Nellie Slatter, . Kathleen Wilton, Emily Whitaker •c, Julia Whelan. PLUMBING. Practical. — Ronald Bell and Henry Coombe were the only students who secured passes. Theory. — Passes were secured by J. Roulston c, H. Seymour c, C. Murray, A. Parton, F. Swindell g. FREE STUDENTSHIPS. The free studentships, the directoi states, were closely competed for this year. In the art section, the whole and half-day studentships w«re won in each case by only ten marks. In^the evening studentship the first place was gained by only five marks. The papers call for Ino special comment. Following is the list of winners in the various sections :— Industrial Association scholarships.— Carpentry, J. Allen ; plumbing {theory, and practice), J. Rouleton ; mechanical drawing (first year student), T. Rothe; building construction (fiyst year student), C. Drummond ; evening drawing class, Nellie Maucksley. Board af Education scholarships. — • Evening wood earring, Elizabeth M'Carrieon; whole-day drawing class, Daisy Carter ; afternoon drawing Slaes, Lillian. M. Chappie ; mechanical drawing (second year student), J. C. Williams; building construction (&econd year student), W. Young. PRIZE LIST. Following is tbe prize list:— Day art classes, Roberta Raitt; evening art class, Flora Johnson ; design day class, Margaret Alcorn and Roberta Raitt; design evening class, Louis Hyams and Mrs. Waters; modelling, Arthur Scott; wood-carving (evening), Gilbert Letham ; teachers' Saturday class, Gladys Haggett; primary scholarship holders, Alice Forbes • boys' manual class, Archie OaMwell; building construction (advanced), Percy Dement; building construction (elementary), Wm. Green; plumbing (theory and practice), Thomas Johnson ; geometry and model, Henry S«ymour; carpentry and joinery, A. .). Philpott; mechanical students (advanced), C. M. Hill; mechanical students (elementary), Harold Cook electric light, W. R Davidson ; shorthand, Ivy Marshall, Rnby Marchant, and M. M'Kenzie ; mathematics, C. Middleton; English, John. Main and Joseph Robe ; arithmetic, C. Balhngall and S. R ; bookkeeping (advanced), Herbert r ickerj an<? Walter Williams ; bookkee^ ng (elementary), Edward Smyth and Annie Rawl ings.

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TECHNICAL SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS., Evening Post, Volume LXIV, Issue 139, 9 December 1902

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