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Christmas Vacation.

The breaking-up of the Kauaeranga ; Schools for the Christmas vacation' took place this afternoon, when prizas i were presented as follow : — KATJAERANGA BOYS' SCHOOL. Standard yi.—First-class Certificatos: Katie Snowling, Lily Price, Evelyn Da vies, David Rattray, Secondclass: Alice Clinker, Martha Cordes, Fanny Ooombes, Edgar Bryant. Standardv —First classcertificatea: Carry Taylor, Laura Adamson, Maggie* Darby, Charlie Hamerton, Donald Watson. Second-class: Lily Ross, Lily Rayner, Lily Newman, Minnie Leach, Rose Smith, Harry Skeen, Sydney Ross, Alfred Davidson, Harry Snowling. Standard iv. — First-class certificates : Mabel Clinker, Lena Vowles, Lottie Rayner, Ada Bice, Rose Gordon, Raymond Brown, Alfred Taylor, Herbert Leach. Second-clash : Grace

Burch, Annie Cleaves, Maud Leach, Annie Clinker, Nellie Morton, Leslie Maddern, Frank Constant, Frederick Wood, .Harry Chappell, Arnold Brokenshire, Norman Dayies. .?' Standard nr. — First-class certificates: Annie Herivel, Eose Morwick, Rita Price, Alice Rollerson, Leonard Kneebone, Owen Darby. Secondclaßs;. Violet McDonald, Ettie Owens, Lily Kidd, Euby Smith, Myrtle Adamson, Evelyn Gordon, Clarence Willetts, Eaymond Swan, Allan Black. Standard . ii: — First-class certificates": Ivy Coombes, Mary Ann Herivel, Herbert Clinker, John Fish, William Eolton. Second-class: Edith Willetts, Lyla Cartwright, Jessie Biack, Florence Eustace, Norman Bateinan. Thomas Dunstan, Ernest Thornton, William Davies.

Standard i, —First-class certificates: Elsie Davies, Hilda Paull, Elizabeth McLean, Albert Fish, William Duncan. Second-class: Lily Swan, Vera Taylor, Samuel Driver, Ernest Vowles, Victor Vowles, Charles Coomhes, John Gwilliam. Primer ii.—First-class certificates: Violet Rolton, Harold Morwick. Second-class: Norman Jury, William Simpson, Martha Newman. Primer i.—^First-class certificates : Joha Willetts, Harold Leach. Secondclass: Fanny . Gwilliam, Isabel Vowles, Albert Ryan. Prizes for Sewing.— Standard VII: Katie Snowling; Standard VI: Hilda Maddern; Standard V: Mabel Wylie; Standard IV : Emily Black ; Standard III: Maud Cunliffe; Standard II : I Muriel Vercoe; Standard I: Bertha Harrison. . Master's Prizes.—Standard VI: Eva Newman; Standard V: Harry Snowling and Violet Grundy; Standard IV: Constance Hay and Allan Bridson; Standard III: Minnie Wylie; Standard II: Fred Dann and Fred Lowrie; Standard I: Bertrand Lowrie > SPECIAL PRIZES. Map Drawing (presented by Mr Hammond).—Standard VTE: Katie fcnowlirig; Standard VI : Lily Price, and Guy Harding. Cojiposition (presented by Miss Mulvaney). — Standard V. Laura Adamson and Violet Grundy. Map Drawikg (presented by Miss Renshaw.)'- Standard IV: Robert

Neil, Charles Walton, and Nellie


Composition (presented by Mr Cahill).—Standard III: Frank Smith

and Margaret Rea,

Good Conduct (presented by Miss Ashman).—Standard II: John Mc-

Donald and Violet Roberts; Standard

I (presented by jjliss Casey).—Erie Harding (presented by Miss Oummingß) —Primer I: Annie Wylie and James Jobe. ■

Progress (presented by Mrs I hillips). — Primer II: Wyunie,'HagueSmith.

Good Conduct (presented vby Mrs Phillips).—Primer ll.—Henrjr Addi-

son, Willie Guy, Gertrude Taylor, and Richard Tangye.

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Christmas Vacation., Thames Star, Volume XXIX, Issue 8950, 23 December 1897

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Christmas Vacation. Thames Star, Volume XXIX, Issue 8950, 23 December 1897

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