PRESENTATION TO TEACHING BROTHERS.
A pleasing ceremony took place at the Christian Brothers' school, Maryborough, Queensland, last week. Brother Cotter, the principal, Brotheia Noonaix and Lawless received a purse cf sove reigns as a mark of the esteem in which they are held by the people of Maryborough. Mr. John T Murray, in addressing Brother Cotter, said — 'I think it is right that we should congratulate you on the success of the three pupils from your
school, who went up for the Sydney University Junior Examinations recently h-ld. Your school has the proud position of attaining the highest pas3 of any other in the districte, and I now ask you on our behalf to convey our congratulations to Masters Stocker, Butler, and Le Breton on their succoes, and we hope that they will not relax their studies until they will add freBh laurels to the Christian Brothora' School at Maryborough,'