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At the monthly meeti.ig of the Kaikorai School Committee, Mr G. Moir presiding, tfr* head master reported that, after nix weeks of the measles epidemic, the attendance }iad improved, showing an average of 543. The roll number was:—Boys. 299; girl?, 288 ; total, 587. Miss M'Ewan intimated that she would re-tiro at the end of the year. It was decided to .set up a subcommittee to prepare a suitable minute and to secure an engrossed certificate setting forth the huh appreciation of the committee of the long and faithful service Tendered during many years by Mies M'lCwan as mistress of the school. .Arrangements were made for the break-up ceremonies. Prizes are to be given as usual. The annual holidays were iixed for the six weeks after the break-up. A motion was passed tendering Mr Duncan Wright a. veiy hearty vote of thanks for his valuable services during many years in conducting Bible classes, and wishing him long life to continue his labors of lov© in the various schools. The Visiting Committee reported very favorably as to the condition of the school and grounds and the ordinary work .going on. Mrs Pinfold spoko very highly ns to the sewing _ and cookerj' classes and the valuable experience gained by the pupils. At a meeting of the All Saints' guilds and associated workers, held yesterday, the proceeds of the recent guild sale were stated as follow :—Ladies' Guild, £44 8s lid ; Junior Guild, £4l 10s lOd; varieties, £29 lis 8d; produce. £l9; refreshments. £22 Os 4d ; flowers, £22 7s 6d ; door, £l2 9s 6d; total, £l9l lis 9d. Tho expenses were £5 5s 6d. The proprietor of an hotel at Waipawa has been victimised. A man, described as a tramp, called for a drink, and tendered a cheque for £ll in payment. It was not until some time after the man had left (with his change) that it was found that the cheque was a. forgery, j Do you smoke and work too? Then a light tobacco plays up with the tomnie, while a dark brand is miles too heavy! Try MILD DERBY—the perfect "medium" smoke—plujf or tins.—[Adrt.]

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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