HIGH SCHOOLS' BOARD.
To-day's meeting of the above Board was attended by Messrs J. F. M. Fraser (chairman), J. M. G alia way, J. R. Sinclair, and EL Gourley (mayor). Accounts amounting to £459 3s 4d were passed for payment. The credit balance in the Bank amounted to £594 Is Id. The Town Clerk wrote in reference to the taking of a portion of the Board's property for the Dunedin and Kaikorai Tram Company, and stating that the City Council had resolved it was expedient that the proposed works be executed, and that no private injury would be done thereby fcr which due compensation would not be provided by the Public Works Act, 1894, and that the land proposed to be taken should be taken under the Act.—Letter to be forwarded to the Board's solicitor. Mr Mungo Watson wrote accepting the position of acting - rector at the Boya' School. The Lady Principal of the Girls' School wrote inviting tho members of the Board to an exhibition of the progress of the girls in swimming at the Turkish Baths,. Moray place, on Monday next. The members were also invited to a gymnastic and sports entertainment at the" school on Saturday, 13th inst.—lnvitations accepted with thanks.
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HIGH SCHOOLS' BOARD., Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
HIGH SCHOOLS' BOARD. Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
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