An entirely new scheme of technical education has been approved by the New South Wales Cabinet. The present Hoard of Technical Education will be abolished, and the technical schools will be placed under the direct control of the Education Department. L 50.000 will be expended in the erection and equipment of a new technical college and museum in Sydney. Branch technical schools will be established through out the country districts, and it is estimated that L 50,000 will be required annually to carry out the new arrangements. “ Now,” said the bridegroom to the bride when they returned from the honeymoon trip, “ let us have a clear understanding before we settle down to married life. Are you the president or vice-president of this society ?" “ I want to be neither president nor vice-president,” she answered; “ I will be content with a subordinate position.” “ What’s that ?” “ Treasurer.” After many years’ neglect the English now begin to appreciate tomatoes,
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 8032, 8 October 1889
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 8032, 8 October 1889
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