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* UNVEILING AT MABSHLAND. An impressive function was Bold in! the Marshland School on Friday aftermxm last, when parents, friends and scholars assembled to do honour to exscholars of the school who lad taken part in the great war. Mr J. Voss presided, and the proceedings commenced with the singing of the National Anthem, after which Mrs li. Goode unveiled two honours boards fifty-five names, as follows:—Albert Lange, Thomas Quaad i Anthony Rogal, Robert- G. Cox, Albert Myers, Garland Bobby, Harold Wilson, , David O’Callaghan, George Stanbridgo ; Nigel Treleaven. David Martin. Albert 1 Rees, Thomas Crawford, Edward Shur-, Eck, Albert. Forsyth, James Percaskv, i William Hannan, Joseph R. Waite-,, William Fanils, James Lange, Fred-' erick Lange, Hugh Dempsey, Walter * Dempsey, David Radcliffe, Georue ■Sands, Harold Dass, William Hawken, Michael Brown, Ernest Baker, Ernest Dass, I'rank Goode, Thomas Coleman, i Michael Percaskv, James Schimanski, Charles Palmer, Walter Myers, Michael Fanils, Abraham Dobby, James Crawford, Stanley Mutterson, William Bussell. Edward Hawken, Ernest Hawke i, dohn Moir, John Sharlick, George Crozier, Hugh Dawson, William Moore. Edward Puller, Arthur Baker, William Hart, Frank Davis, Thomas Crocker and Arthur Lowe. A marble tablet, containing the names of ten ex-seboiars who had made the supreme sacrifice, was unveiled bv Mrs C. G. Dalgety. The names were those of William Fanils, Robert Cox, Michael Brown, David D'Callaghan) Darn’d Martin, Hugh Dempsey, Eniret, Dass. William Bussell, George Staubridge and Abraham Dobby. Short addresses, suitable to the ‘occasion, were delivered by the Revs }>. D. Rodger, Father Seymour and 'it. Spencer. A special vote of thanks was accorded Mr D. Goode,' chairman of the School Committee, who had. presented tiie school and thje district with the memorial tablet. He was given three hearty cheers for his generous gift, which has been placed between the* wo boards containing the roll of honour-

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ROLL OF HONOUR., Star, Issue 12763, 6 October 1919

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ROLL OF HONOUR. Star, Issue 12763, 6 October 1919

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