A. M'Gill ichnirman), C. 13. Thomson, V. S. Pnttiion, A. •'. 0. .Kroon, K, Hi!i, A. Gri;y ? , and A. Mi!lor. A resolution of sympathy with tho family of th? late Hon." T. Fergus waff pa-=?ed. The Old Boys' Union forwarded a cheque for £5 toward:, the school iundc. The head master n-jiortfd 554 pupils ci the roll, the averages attendance being very good. The sum of £4 7s 3d was collected for ambulance equipment. The sub-committee reported that the "band nniiorms weR3 reaiiy, a.-n<i nearly the whole amount ot money required to pay for them had been collet-tea. It was decided to hand over any moiiev collected this year tor prizes to the- Belgium Relief Fund". The Visiting Committee reported that the school work was proceeding satisfactorily, and the beard had renovated the Tooms which, were damaged by the recent tire. Me?6iri Kroon and Thomson were appointed as a Visiting Committee for the month.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
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