EDUCATION BOARD EXHIBITIONS.
The following is the result of the examination for the Education Board exhibitions :
George King, first. Latin 62, English 70, arithmetic 97, algebra 79, Euclid 84, chemistry 75; total, 467.
Charles Lillie, second (bracketed with Spence). Latin 46, English 64, arithmetic 78, algebra 74, Euclid 71, history 80 ; total, 393. Andrew Spence, second (bracketed with Lillie). Latin 62, English 75, aiithmetic 02, algebra C2, Euclid 56, history 75; total, 392. John Porteoas (313) and Henry E. Murray (302) were the other candidates. The scholarships were awarded to King, Lillie, and Spence, it being decided that as only one mark separated Lillie from Spence, the latter should take the place of Graham, who lately throw one up voluntarily. Messrs King and Lillie received their training as pupil-teachers at the Macandrew road school, and Mr Spence at the Mornington School.
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EDUCATION BOARD EXHIBITIONS., Evening Star, Issue 7911, 20 May 1889
EDUCATION BOARD EXHIBITIONS. Evening Star, Issue 7911, 20 May 1889
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