The following pupil teachers of the fourth class, who have successfully completed their apprenticeship and passed the neces- sary examination at the end of their course of training, be classified as of Class III., Division 3, from 1st January, 1903 :—
Males.-James A. Barnes, George Chad- wick, John S. Chandler, Robert Cluitt, George Cook, Patrick Currie, Abraham Deacon, David S. A. Drain, John Farrell, George M. French, Roger K. Griffith, Arthur Griffiths, Harry Hall, William R. Harvey, Lionel C. Kemp, William M. Kippen, William A. Muir, Frank A. Nah- rung, Patrick J. O'Connor, John S. Pollock, Joseph H. Rice, Francis L. Reithmuller, Brian F. Robson, Gerald D. Savage, Harry Seabrook, Wilfred L. Slater, William F. Stanley, Harry K. Teitzel, Thomas Thomp- son, Alfred H. Todd, Charles A. Twemlow, Francis E. Watt, William W. Weeks, Clif- ford White, George T. White, Frederick
Females.-Irene F. Adams, Mary E. Allen, Flora P. Aim, Mabel P. Barker, Edith J. Beet, Margaret E. A. Beet, Mary L. Breslin, Amy M. Burstall, Ellen M. By croft, Daisy Colborne, Jeannie M. Cunning- ham, Emily J. Davis, Daisy M. Down, Anna M. Flynn, Emily H. Gallagher, Constance E. Gooch, Lucie Gregory, Emily M. Has- well, Margaret T. Hay, Mary H. Henderson, Isabella C. Jackson, Mabel H. Jones, Flor- inda C. Johnston, Elizabeth A. Keating, Kate Kelly, Veronica M. Keogh, Eva F. Kes- sell, Ada G. Marshall, Janie I. E. Morgan, Elizabeth M. M'Conaghy, Mary I. M'Don ald, Elvina E. Maclean, Christian M'Pher- son, Grace E. Macpherson, Ivy M. Part, Maria J. Peut, Jessie R. Price, Annie C. Ramsden, Susie E. Richardson, Olive A. F. Richmond, Lilian M. Smith, Alice B. Stephens, Ruby E. Taylor, Ida M. Turn- bull, Frances M. Tyers, Ethel M. Vernor, Fanny Walker, Margaret E. Walker, Mary E. Walsh, May W. Williams, Edith H. A. Wilson, Lucy Wilson, Eleanor B. Young-
Messrs. Longmans, Green, and Co. are publishing an account of (Mallet du Pan, a writer on the Royalist side of incidents of the French Revolution. The author is Ber- nard Mallet, a great-grandson of (Mallet du Pan. Carlyle and Taine recognised the lat- ter's competence as an observer.
Mr. B. L. Farjeon's Christmas story, "An Island Pearl," is selling at 6d. in England.