1. List: IRVING, Charlotte Evelyn 'Lottie' (nee Lapsley)
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    Charlotte Evelyn Lapsley aka Lottie was born on July 19, 1891. She was the second of three children - she had two brothers James and Ronald. Lottie died at South Perth on October 31, 1936. She was the wife of David Halliday Irving and mother of Esme Lynette. Her mother was Mrs. Evelyn Foss Lapsley (nee Bell), of 17 Stone-street, South Perth, and Mr. James McFarlane Lapsley.
    In September 1906 she was listed as having received a certificate from the University of Adelaide when a student at East Perth State School. She had gained passes passed in 1, English grammar, composition, and dictation; 2, Arithmetic; 3, Geography of the British Isles and Australia; 4, English history.

    At this time she would have been 15 years of age. Below Design and Art Australia Online makes references to her being a student at the Perth Technical Schooling 1906 and as an exhibitor in exhibitions in 1907 and 1908 at the Franco British exhibition in London. I wonder whether this is correct. She is listed as a student at the Perth Technical School in 1909, 1910 and 1911 after completion of her studies at the East Perth State School in 1906.

    Another statement that she began exhibiting "with the West Australian Society of Arts in 1923" is not accurate. Below we read that se was exhibiting with that body in 1921:
    At least one of Miss C. E. Lapsley's pictures is taking her "Early Morning," a charming river scene, with a view of South Perth in the background."

    The Design and Art Australia Online says of her "She was a china painter. Lapsley was one of the students at Perth Technical School in 1906. She would have been one of the students who exhibited in the 'Industries Exhibition' in 1906, the 'Women's Work Exhibition' in 1907 in Perth and Melbourne and the '1908 Franco British Exhibition' in London. Lapsley first exhibited with the West Australian Society of Arts in 1923. Her mark on china was CEL in two versions and C. E. Irving."



    "Artist and china painter Lottie Lapseley was one of the students who achieved high marks at Perth Technical School in 1906. She would have been one of the students who exhibited in the 'Industries Exhibition’ in 1906, the 'Women’s Work Exhibition’ in 1907 in Perth and Melbourne and the ’1908 Franco British Exhibition’ in London. It is possible Lapsley learnt china painting from the Misses Creeth. She first exhibited with the West Australian Society of Arts in 1923. Under a heading “A Notable Exhibition” her work was mentioned as “'The Landing Stage, Nornalup” by Miss C. E. Lapsley is an arresting landscape.” In 1925 she exhibited watercolours of Castle Rock in the Porongorups and karri timbers. In 1927 Lapsley’s entries included watercolours of Banksias and Karri trees, Evening Reflections, Frankland River; Salt Lake Wagin; The Old Mill and a number of others. In 1928 she exhibited three pieces of china painting and watercolours. She was a council member of the Society of Arts by this time. In 1929 Lapsley exhibited six watercolour landscapes Morning Mist; Evening Glow, and others. She taught china painting at the YWCA in the 1920s-35. Jean Lang was one of her students. Lapsley became Mrs Irving about six years before she died. She taught in her home in South Perth after her marriage. Her mark on china was CEL in two versions and C. E. Irving." (https://trove.nla.gov.au/people/1527206?)

    After Lottie's death in 1936 Darton, Edith Rebecca Trumbull (1888-1981) took over her role as teacher ... " Edie taught china painting at the Young Women’s Christian Association."

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  1. Family Notices
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 31 October 1939 p 1 Family Notices
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    IRVING.-In loving memory of my dear wife. Charlotte Evelyn (Lottie), mother of little Esme. who passed away October 31, 1936. Sadly missed by her loved ones. Inserted by her sorrowing husband. IRVING (nee Lapsley).-In loving memory of our dear Lottie. who was called Home on Hallowe'en. October 31. 1936.

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  2. PRIMARY EXAMINATIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY.
    Evening Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1869 - 1912) Saturday 29 September 1906 p 1 Article
    Abstract: Number of candidates entered, 981. Number of certificates gained, 504. In connection with the primary examinations conducted by the University or 5128 words
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    Charlotte Evelyn Lapsley 3. 4, East Perth State School ...
    PRIMARY EXAMINATIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY.
    Number of candidates entered, 981. Number of certificates gained, 504.
    In connection with the primary examinations conducted by the University or Adelaide, the following is a list of the candidates to whom certificates will be issued. They have passed in 1, English grammar, composition, and dictation; 2, arithmetic; and in two at least of the following subjects:—3, Geography of the British Isles
    and Australia; 4, English history; 5, Greek; 6, Latin; 7, French; 8, German; 9, algebra; 10, geometry; 11 drawing.

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  3. Lapsley, Charlotte Evelyn (1890-1936)
    Artist; Painter; Teacher
  4. Family Notices
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Thursday 16 May 1929 p 11 Family Notices
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    Miss Lottie Lapsley, Messrs. H. Pike (uncle), C. Flint, sen., C. Flint, J. Flint, G. Neujhar (brothers in-law), A. Pike (cousin) and G. Flint, jun. (nephew). The pall-bearers were Messrs. A. J. Scandrett (manager N.Z. Insurance Co.), A. J. M'Laren (S.W.. Latham Lodge, No. 29 W.A.C.). E. J. Jarvis (racecourse staff), A. Connolly (Metropolitan Fire Brigade), J. Kitts, E. W. Jenkins, W. Leonard, J. L. Lapsley, E. Bushell, C. J. Macs. Among those present were Messrs. C. A. Saw, D. Guth rie, Captain E G. Pretty, Osborne, A. L. M'Lean, T. Mooney, F. C. Swaine, E. R. Allen, R. G. Lapsley, I. H. Bunting, W. H. Dawson, E. W. Chrystal, O. F. Wat son, F. M'Clary, A. M'Donald, M. Wynne

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  5. SURPRISE PARTY Mrs. Macqueen Honored
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Tuesday 20 March 1928 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The members of the Swan River Rowing Club ladies' committee tendered a surprise party to Mrs. Macqueen, a past president, at her residence in Mount 137 words
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    SURPRISE PARTY Fix this textMrs. Macqueen Honored The members of the Swan River Row ing Club ladies' committee tendered a surprise party .to Mrs. Macqueen, a past ?president, at her residence in Mount Lawley on Tuesday evening last. Musi cal items, games and dancing Helped 10 pass a pleasant evening. During supper Mrs. Rippon (president) presented Mrs. Macqueen with an electric kettle suit ably inscribed, and spoke highly of all Mrs. Macqueen had done for the club. Her remarks were supported by Mrs. Sedgwick and Mrs. Lapsley. Those pre sent included: Mesdames Lapsley, Rippon, Sedgewick, Orgill, Berry, Hodgkinson, Friel, Ohman, Dalzeil, Daniells. Neville, Barnett, Hyde, Scott. Misses ? Lottie Lapsley. Theima Berry, Dot Penson, Eil een Po'ole, Ruby Frost, Theima Mac queen, Ina Randall. Laura Macartney, Jean Wilson, Lillian Macartney, Nette Nelson, Elsie Nankivell, and Stella Ryan (honorary secretary.)

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  6. RIVERSIDE AFTERNOON Eight's Regatta and Tea
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Tuesday 1 April 1930 p 8 Article
    Abstract: A very pleasant afternoon was spent at the riverside on Saturday, when the Western Australian Rowing Association held a regatta to help the funds of ... 391 words
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    A very pleasant afternoon was spent at the riverside on Saturday, when the Western Australian Rowing Association held a regatta to help the funds of the State Eight. .The association is send ing a State crew_; to Mannum to compete in the King's Cup Eight-oar Champion ship, and there were present on Satur day a large number of past and present rowing men. the effort proving most satisfactory from every point of view. ; The committee responsible for this was composed of Mrs. S. M. Lapsley (presi dent), Mrs. Marks, Mrs. Miller.' Mrs. G. E Sinclair. Mrs. George Rogers. Mrs. Lawtoh. Mrs. C. A. Rippon, Mrs. W. A. Browne, Misses Lillian Macartney, Lottie Lapsley, and Bernice Campbell, Masters Paul Coronel and Keith, and Guy Neville also gave valued1 assistance.' Mrs. Orgill gave large bunches of beautiful flowers from her garden, which decorated the tables for tea, and then were sold to help the funds.

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  7. WOMAN'S INTERESTS. SOCIAL NOTES.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Tuesday 1 April 1930 p 5 Article
    Abstract: Particulars of weddings and social events should be addressed o "Adrienne," 'The West Australian" office, Perth, or Fremantle. 1088 words
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    The Combination Eights Regatta, or ganised by the West Australian Rowing Association, was held on Saturday after noon. Profits from the sale of afternoon tea, etc., will augment the funds being raised to send the State crew to Mav.num to compete in the King's Cup eight-oar championship. Afternoon tea was served in the Swan River Rowing Club's pre mises, and was provided by the ladies' committee, comprising Mrs. J. M. Lapsle.v (president), Mesdames Marks, Miller. G. E. Sinclair, G. Rogers, Lawton, C. A. 'Rip- pon. W. A. Browne. Misses Lillian Macartney, Lottie * Lapsley. Bernice Camnbell, and Nette Nelson (hon. secre tary). The attendance included many past and present rowing men, and member* and supporters of the Fremantle Rowing Club, who are always willing workers for the association.

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  8. SOCIETY OF ARTS Free Exhibition To-morrow
    Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954) Sunday 10 November 1929 p 17 Article
    Abstract: The Council of Control for the Western Australian Society of Arts met on Tuesday night and discussed final arrangements for the annual 145 words
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    SOCIETY OF ARTS Free Exhibition To-morrow The Council of Control for the Wes- tern Australian Society of Arts met on Tuesday night and discussed final arrangements for the annual exhibi- tion to be opened in the Department of Industries Exhibition Hall in Bar- rack-street by the Hon. J. M. Drew. M.L.C. (Chief Secretary and Minister for Education) at 2 p.m. to-morrow. It was decided that the display of oil and water color paintings, arts and craft work, china painting, etc., done by the members remain open, free to the public, daily from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. and each evening from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. Those present were Mr. A. J. Barker (president). Mr. W. F. Swan, Mrs. Margaret Saunders, Mrs. M. E. South- ern, Mrs. H. St. Clair Coghill, Miss C. E. Lapsley, Mr. J. McLeod Mr. F. Claude Swaine and Mrs. G. Swaine.

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  9. GENERAL NEWS.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Monday 14 April 1924 p 6 Article
    Abstract: At the annual meeting of the W.A. Society of Arts the following officers were elected:—President, Mr. W. P. Meston; vice-presidents. Mr. Lionel Jago 80 words
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    GENERAL NEWS, At the annual meeting of the W.A. Society of Arts the following officers were elected:— President, Mr. W. P. Mes- ton; vice-presidents, Messrs.Lionel Jago and C. A. R. Hill; treasurer, Mr. C. H. Green: council. Mrs. E. St Clair Cog- hill, Miss C. E. Lapsley, and Messrs. R. Fellows, J. Orr. W. B Murray; hon. secretary, (Mr. J. (MacLeod; assis. ant hon. secretary, Mr. Burchell But- cher.

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  10. SOCIETY OF ARTS
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Friday 8 November 1929 p 2 Article
    Abstract: The Council of Control for the West Australian Society of Arts (Incorporated) met on Tuesday night and discussed final arrangements for the 171 words
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    SOCIETY OF ARTS The Council of Control for the West Australian Society of Arts (Incorporat ed) met on Tuesday night and ? dis cussed final arrangements for the forth coming annual exhibition to be opened in the Department of Industries, Exhibi tion Hall, in Barrack-r-treet by Mr. J: M. Diiew. M.L.C. (Chief Secretary and Minister for Education), at 2 p.m. on Monday next, November 11. It was decided that the display of oil and watercolor paintings, arts and crafts work, china painting, etc, done by .the members remains open free to the public daily from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., and each evening from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m. The following committeemen were elected:— Selection comittee: Messrs CoghDl, Saunders', Barker and M'Leod. Hang ing committee: Messrs. M'Leod, Barker, Russell, Smith and Swan. : Those present were A. J. Barker (pre sident), W. F. Swan, Mrs; Mavgarct Saunders, , Mrs. M.-.E. Southern, Mi\s. E. Stl Clair ~ Coghill, Miss C. 'E. Lapsley, Mri J. M'Leod and Mr. and Mrs. F. Claude Swaine.

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  11. FIRST-AID ST. JOHN AMBULANCE DISPLAY.
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Tuesday 16 October 1923 p 6 Article
    Abstract: A practical illustration of the useful services to the community performed by the St. John Ambulance Association characterised the annual display of ... 318 words
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    ..... The president of the association empha sised the fact that over 10,000 people in this State held first-aid certificates, and he urged them\to join with the Nursing Divi sion cf the Ambulance Brigade, so that their knowledge might be put to its best use. He expressed the association's thanks for the support given by the publie to the appeals that had_been launched. The work was entirely honorary, and although no credit was claimed for it, they wanted every possible help. Investing the president with- the insignia of a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, His Excellency heartily congratulated the recipient of the coveted honor, which was only conferred on tboss ?Who were considered to have rendered highly meritorious service in behalf of the movement. Honorary membership certificates having been presented to Miss- C. E. Lapsley, Mrs. H. Evans and Mr. E. Morgan^ aud various other awards made, the toasfc .of th_e Gover nor was proposed by Mrs. E. D. Cowan, M.L.A. .....

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  12. WHIPPET RACING. W.A. KENNEL CLUB. INAUGURAL CARNIVAL CONCLUDED. INTERESTING WHIPPET RACING.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Monday 4 January 1909 p 7 Article
    Abstract: The inaugural show of the W.A. Kennel Club was brought to a successful conclusion at the Association Cricket Ground on Saturday, but the attendance w ... 408 words
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    WHIPPET RACING, W.A. KENNEL CLUB. INAUGURAL CARNIVAL CONCLUDED. INTERESTING WHIPPET RACING. The inaugural show of the W.A. Kennel Club was brought to a successful conclusion at the Association Cricket Ground on Sat urday, but the attendance was hardly up to expectations. The special prizes awarded for champion dogs and bitches were an nounced. during the day, and the winners are detailed below. It was generally agreed that the show contained the best collection of does ever seen in the State. The man agement and judging of all classes gave complete satisfaction; and Mr. C. S. Paul is to be congratulated on the success which attended his efforts. The principal attrac tions on. Saturday .were the performing dogs. and the whippet sacing in the even ing, under electric light. Mr. W. H. Milton, of Kalgoorlie, is the owner of Hu:.ricane. who won the final of the Whippet Race. It was stated that a-meeting of fanciers would be held during the present week to arrange for the purchase of the whippets that raced at the show. with the object of starting a Whippet Club., Appended are the prize winners, and the results of the whippet races : Performing dogs : Mr. C. Sheehan's team of four fox-terriers, 1 ; A. T. Newcombe's Collier Buller, 2; Freeman's Jack, 3. Cats.-Miss C. E. Lapsley's Persian. Edward Rex 1

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  13. WESTRALIAN ART A NOTABLE EXHIBITION
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Friday 14 December 1923 p 12 Article
    Abstract: Local art lovers should find a great deal to interest them in the annual exhibition of the W.A. Society oil Arts, which opened this afternoon. Of the ... 977 words
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    1923 : WESTRALIAN ART A NOTABLE EXHIBITION Local art lovers should find a great deal to interest them in the annual exhibition of the W.A. Society of Arts, which opened this afternoon. Of the 142 members which the society now comprises, 36 have contri- buted to this year's display. Owing to the exhibition of art craft work which is being held eoncurrentlv at his new gallery by the president (Mr. J. W. R. Linton), the in- dustrial exhibits, which were a feature of last year's display, are absent from the present exhibition, which is housed in the Industrial Hall, Barrack-street. ............ 'The Landing Stage, Nornalup,' by Miss C. E. Lapsley, is an arresting landscape

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  14. SOCIETY OF ARTISTS ANNUAL EXHIBITION. AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY.
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Monday 15 December 1924 p 8 Article
    Abstract: Local art lovers should find a great deal to interest them in the annual exhibition of the West" "Australian Society of Arts, which was opened by His ... 884 words
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    SOCIETY OF ARTISTS ANNUAL EXHIBITION. AN ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY. Local art lovers should find a great deal to intoi'est them iu tue annual exhibition of the West' 'Australian Society of Arts, which was opened by His Excellency the Governor (Sir William (Jampiou) mis af ternoon. The display u a widely repre sentative one, and ls tastefully arranged in the Industrial Hall. (iarraok.st.rant. where it will be on view for the next ttireo weeks. The exhibition comprises oil paintings, water colors, puscels, eolor prints, sculpture and modelling, art-metal work, china painting, decorative designs, and pen drawings. ............ 'Repairing the Boulevards,' a scene m St. George 's-terraee, iccalls the roadway excavations which tried our pati ence so recently. This picture shows clever arrangement. Miss C .E. Lapsley shows i some pleasant landscapes, an does Mrs. Lan- 1 deLs whoso 'Old St. Ives' happily conveys tho golden glow of sunlight on picturesque Cornish buildings.

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  15. W.A. SOCIETY OF ARTS. Annual Exhibition.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Wednesday 5 October 1921 p 10 Article
    Abstract: This morning at St. George's Hall. Hay-street, the West Australian Society of Arts' exhibition of loan and other pictures will be opened to the publi ... 1029 words
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    W.A. SOCIETY OF ARTS. Annual Exhibition. This morning at St. George's Hall. Hay-street. the West Australian Society of Arts' exhibition of loan and other pictures will he opened to the . public. It may at once be said that. owing to a deficiency in organisation and a svs tem of hanging which errs on the side of promiscuousness. a great deal of the good effect which might otherwise have been created by the Ipictures shown is lost. In regard to the pictures them sieves, the section devoted to oils is admirable in- quantity but somewhat tlck ing in quality. here,. as far as num bers are concerned, the principal exhibi tor is W. P. Meston. .......At least one of Miss C. E. Lapsley's pic tures is taking-her "Early Morning," a charming river scene, with a vieiv of South 'Perth in the bickground. Meis J. L. Scott's "Pink Bankshinas'- is a finely decorative piece of work, and two flower studies by -Miss Kimble are pitiiited'' ith a correctness that does not detract from their extreme delicay of tone.

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  16. MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE Here, There and Everywhere
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Tuesday 9 December 1930 p 3 Article Illustrated
    Abstract: Miss Phyllis Hales, of Bunbury, is in town, where she is staying with her sister for a little while. Mr. and Mrs. Broad, who have been 1069 words
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    1930 Dec : Prior to her approaching marriage, an evening, attended by about 70 of her friends, was tendered to Miss C. E. Lapsley, at "Melvista," Nedlands Park, on Friday, the joint hostesses being Mes- dames J. L. and R. G. Lapsley and C. A. Friel. Flowers in tonings of yellow adorned the lounge, and masses of scar- let roses brightened the dining-room, which, with the spacious verandahs overlooking the river, were utilised for dancing and music. After partaking of a dainty supper the health of the guest of honor was proposed by Mr. W. Raad, followed by a happy response by Mr. D. H. Irving, on behalf of his fiancee.

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  17. NEWS AND NOTES.
    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Wednesday 23 July 1902 p 6 Article
    Abstract: Estimates for 1902-3.—The Colonial Treasurer, Mr. J. Gardiner, expects to be in a position to present the Estimates for 1902-3 to the Legislative Ass ... 3214 words
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    ??? Yesterday afternoon. His Excellency the Governor and Lady Lawley, accompanied by Mr. Parker, private sectary, paid a formal visit of inspection to the Metropolitan Fire Brigade Station. At the entrance to the station they were received by the chairman of the Board, Mr. Hughes, and Lady Lawley was presented with a bouquet by Miss C. E. Lapsley. The visitors were introduced to the members of the Board and their wives, and the whole party were then conducted over the station by the superintendent, Mr. J. M. Lapsley. A detailed description of the switch board. and appliances was given, and Lady Lawley, pressing one of the buttons indicated, the brigade, with the whole of their appliances, turned out, ready for action, in the space of 10 seconds. The party was conducted over the workshops and buildings, Sir Arthur and Lady Lawley expressing therm selves as most interested and pleas-.ed with what they saw. The firemen gave a display of life saving with and without apparatus, and an exhibition of physical culture. Lady Lawley, at the request of the chairman of the Board, unfurled the
    flag to be flown at the station, after which the firemen gave a display of a night alarm turn out from the dormitory. Afternoon tea and refreshments were served in the board-room by Mesdames Hughes and Lapsley. Among those present were his Worship the
    Mayor and Mrs. Loton, Mr. Rason, the Minister for Railways, and Mr. Tindale.

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  18. TECHNICAL EDUCATION. NOVEMBER-DECEMBER EXAMINATIONS.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Saturday 21 January 1911 p 14 Article
    Abstract: The following are the results of the general examinations of the Technical Education branch in November and December of last year. P. denotes Perth T ... 2833 words
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    TECHNICAL EDUCATION. NOVEMBER-DECEMBER EXAMINA- TIONS. The following ar© the ref uki of the eenci ral examinations of the Tecluiical Education branch in November and December of last year. P. denotes Perth Technical School; C. denotes Coolgardie Technical »School; Cl denotes Claremont Technical School; Bf denotes Boulder Technical School; M.J. der uotes Midland Junction Technical SohooU Mc», denote* Menzies Technical School; P. denotes Fremantle Technical School; Ki denotes Kalgoorlie Technical School; Muri. < denotes Murchison Technical School. Where ; none of these letters appear the ftudents are Í from the Perth Technical School. Y.F.S. ; denotes year's fee scholarship. * denotes final ¡ I terminal only. The words "fiisl,"' "second." or "th.rd'' refer to the cWses. . Certificates j will not be issued for passes marked final terminal , | .............. Still Life Painting.-Miss F. L. Carter. P.. first (V.F.S.); Miss C. E. Lapsley, P.. first * Hiss E. M. Port. P.. second.

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  19. TECHNICAL EDUCATION. BESULTS OF EXAMINATIONS, 1908.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Saturday 16 January 1909 p 45 Article
    Abstract: The following are the resulte of the general examinations of the technical education branch of the public educational system of the State, comprising ... 4757 words
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    Model Drawing, 1st Year.-Miss F. L Ciiier, P., 1st class Y.F.S.), and Misi M. C. Daw, P., 1st clsss (J Y.P.S.), equal Miss 3. J. Calder, P., 1st clats; Miss E. C Lapsley, P., Ut class; Miss G. C. Bankin P., 1st class; Miss E. D. Nairn, P., Iel class; Miss I. F. Coombe, P., 1st class; Mist M. A. Blackman, P., Itt class; N. Pickering, P., 1st class; Miss D. M. Owne, P., 2nd class; Miss E. Taplin, P., 2nd class; Mist M. McNaughton, P., 2nd class; Miss E. ' J.ukey, P., 2nd class; Miss A. O. Walther, P., 3rd class; Miss E. M. Newman, F., 3rd class; W. S. Mearns, P., 3rd class; B. H. Allen, F., 3rd class; Miss G. Hester, P., 3rd cless; A. Chalmers, F., 3rd elates; E. Ed- mondson, P., 3rd class. ............ Miss C. E. Lapsley, light and shade I., £1 Us. 6d,, P, half-day ;

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  20. PERTH TECHNICAL SCHOOL. AND SCHOOL OF MINES. ANNUAL EXAMINATION RESULTS.
    Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954) Saturday 22 January 1910 p 49 Detailed Lists, Results, Guides
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    Model Drawing, Second Course.-Miss V. Coombe, P" first-class ' (Y.F.S.) ; Miss C. E. Lapsley, P., first-class (Y.F.S.) ; Miss E. M. Wear, P., first-class; Miss I. Calder, P., second-class ; Miss E. Tapplin, P., second class; Miss E. M. Port, P., second-class; Miss G. C. Bankin, P., second-class; Miss M. C. Davy, P., second-class; H. Penton, F., third-class; Miss A. C. Walther, P., third-class.

    Her brother Ronald was also studying there at the same time.

    Note too that in 1910 she received a Years Free Tuition (YFS).

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  21. Darton, Edith Rebecca Trumbull (1888-1981)
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  22. TECHNICAL SCHOOL. THE EXHIBITS. OF STUDENTS' WORK.
    The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) Tuesday 19 April 1910 p 9 Article
    Abstract: The new wins of the Technical School was opened this afternoon by His Excellency the Governor in the presence of a distinguished company. 582 words
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    Among the principal contributors to the stmilfe/ studies in oils are 'Miss F. Le Cornu, Miss Benson, Miss ; M. Bailment, and Mrs. Furphy. Miss: Ben son -has a' charming group of shells, while ' -Miss Bailment haa. - chosen^a number-of lemons /for the' subject 'mat* ter of her. principal canvas. , In water colors, naturally, the beauties, of; iBecth and Merville Waters are the chief iSub jects for artistic effort, the landscapes,1 however, being- a little -heavy, and the cloud effects the weakest feature. Ex hibitors in this section include Misses, Le : Cornu, Bailment, ? and^ Miss BeaJ. In the portrait sketches from the liv ing model Mr. - M'Kinley has the .......... Mr. J. W. .Taylor desenves particular praise, and in advanced model. draw- ing- Misses Lapsley and E. K. Edgar are conspicuous. Reference should be' made to the contributions of 'Miss iRan kin, : Miss fWaither, (calla lilies), and Miss Calder.

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