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Messrs' A. H. Andrews (chairman), E. Duncan (secretary), F. Silcock, F.C. Paiss and W, 0. Andrews. The rfifiort of the secretary (Mr Duncan) shmvfid that the niuubei- of j scholars or. the roll was 96, and the j school had' passed into a Higher grade. During the year the old schoolhouse at River Terrace -was removed. This was one of the oldest buildings in the Wai- j mea and was erected by the old Nelson, Schools' Society, commonly | "Campbell's", after the la-te Mr Mat-j tliew Campbell. Mr John Smith, forj many years al.! inspector or schools,; taught at River Terrace, and inhabited, tmVold house over 60 years ago. In: 1862, when the late Mr Bryant moved therein, it was sliowing signs of J decay, but white pine of those days had. much better resisting powers than now.

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BRIGHTWATER., The Colonist, Volume LXII, Issue 15356, 21 April 1920

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BRIGHTWATER. The Colonist, Volume LXII, Issue 15356, 21 April 1920

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