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PORT CHALMERS SCHOOL MATTERS.

to the EnrroE. f ik,—Your report of the proceedings of the Education Board would lead a casual reader to suppose that I had been guilty of carelessness in not writing as promptly as I should have done.

The facts are: The School Committee met here on Tuesday night. The business necessitated writing three letters, one of them to the Board. This was done the same night and posted next morning at 7.30. The letters all reached their destination except the one for the Board. Its absence has, no doubt, led to the adoption of Mr P. B. Fraser's resolutions. The minute book was handed to the Press as ÜBual. Their report anticipated the information contained in the missing letter.—l am, etc., Andrew Thomson, Secretary. Port Chalmers, September 17.

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PORT CHALMERS SCHOOL MATTERS., Evening Star, Issue 10422, 17 September 1897

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PORT CHALMERS SCHOOL MATTERS. Evening Star, Issue 10422, 17 September 1897

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