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1 JohnWarren 6,115,175
2 noelwoodhouse 4,032,790
3 DonnaTelfer 3,557,664
4 Rhonda.M 3,534,190
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,329
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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,114,973
2 noelwoodhouse 4,032,790
3 DonnaTelfer 3,557,638
4 Rhonda.M 3,534,177
5 NeilHamilton 3,494,200
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32953 aoniolair 66
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PERSONAL. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Friday 1 May 1908 [Issue No.11,894] page 5 2020-03-05 14:23 day afternoon the parents, toaoherfl, and
an inspector. The pupils wore massed in
the laTge room, oome 250 being in attend-
ilistrkt, spoke of the progress made by
the school during Mr. Davi6*fl beadraas
lerOiip, and of the moro important work
The two loading pupils of the school nre
Fented Mr. Davis with a handsome pieeo
brasiles in a case. Mr. Davis thanked
the donors for their hnndi»omo gift.
Rev. Mr. Taylor in the Methodist
Mr. M. Brumby welcomed Mr. Taylor to
day afternoon the parents, teachers, and
an inspector. The pupils were massed in
the large room, some 250 being in attend-
district, spoke of the progress made by
the school during Mr. Davis's headmaster-
ship, and of the more important work
The two leading pupils of the school pre-
sented Mr. Davis with a handsome piece
brushes in a case. Mr. Davis thanked
the donors for their handsome gift.
THE MINISTER DF EDUCATlON (Article), Tasmanian News (Hobart, Tas. : 1883 - 1911), Thursday 22 December 1904 [Issue No.7370] page 8 2020-03-05 14:07 THE MINISTER DF
tDuCATlON
The HOD. tbe Premier, tfbo is also
Minister o( Evocation, \ieited tbe New
Town Htato Sctiool this morning, sod,
efter an inspection of tbe buildings, /cood
tbey were in a bid "tnte of repair and ro
qaired imuipdi'.t* auction. Bead r*s*ed
tbe cbildr< n ut school, and wi»h»d
them all me PCBBOD'O greetings. Mr F.
B. Battle, fil.H.A, accompanied ibe
Minister. Tbe bon. gentleman later QQ
vuited the Cascade Boad Slate School aod
dutributed tbe praae.
THE MINISTER OF
EDUCATION
The Hon. the Premier,who is also
Minister of Education, visited the New
Town State School this morning, and,
after an inspection of the buildings, found
they were in a bad state of repair and re-
quired immediate attention. He addressed
the children of the school, and wished
them all the season's greetings. Mr F.
B. Rattle, M.H.A, accompanied the
Minister. The hon. gentleman later on
visited the Cascade Road State School and
distributed the prizes.
UNIVERSITY COMMEMORATION Conferring of Degrees Celebration at Town Hall (Article), World (Hobart, Tas. : 1918 - 1924), Wednesday 30 April 1919 [Issue No.101] page 6 2020-03-04 21:00 Celebration atTown Hal
Celebration at Town Hall
UNIVERSITY COMMEMORATION Conferring of Degrees Celebration at Town Hall (Article), World (Hobart, Tas. : 1918 - 1924), Wednesday 30 April 1919 [Issue No.101] page 6 2020-03-04 20:57 The spirit of ;ulai-ity was predominant
at uie Town Hull jasi uignt, on the
lyi!>. The university students established
themselves in "su'oug posts" a)
the rear oi the hull, aud armed with
"musical"' instruments of a 'weird pattern
aiid ouier strange uevices. periodically
punctuated the proceedings Vvlth
exotic notes. I\o distinction of i-ersons
was made, rhe Ciiaiiceuor and the
alike subjected to much "barraciuu^
. The Chancellor then lead the following
"list of University students and graduates
been conferred—Henry Seymour Bakci,
Cross; Capt. William Ellis Cox, Military"
Lodewyk H. C rowdier, M.B., D.S.O.;
The spirit of hilarity was predominant
at the Town Hall last night, on the
1919. The university students established
themselves in "strong posts" at
the rear oi the hall, and armed with
"musical" instruments of a weird pattern
and other strange devices. periodically
punctuated the proceedings wlth
exotic notes. No distinction of persons
was made, the Chancellor and the
alike subjected to much barracking
. The Chancellor then read the following
list of University students and graduates
been conferred—Henry Seymour Baker,
Cross; Capt. William Ellis Cox, Military
Lodewyk H. Crowther, M.B., D.S.O.;
TRADE AND FINANCE NEWS AND COMMENTS NEW COMPANIES REGISTRATIONS FOR JULY. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 7 August 1930 [Issue No.19,657] page 4 2020-03-04 17:02 Ltd.-Tho company proposes to carry on
Tho company Intends to acquire land suit-
able for thc cultivation of New Zealnnd
flax (Phormlum' tenax), and to develop
Ltd.-The company proposes to carry on
The company Intends to acquire land suit-
able for the cultivation of New Zealand
flax (Phormlum tenax), and to develop
THE GAZETTE. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Tuesday 30 October 1900 [Issue No.9564] page 3 2020-03-04 16:27 The "Hobart Gaaette" of to-day con-*
7, at 10 a. in. ¡ Hobart Civil Sittings,
rostrooster. Mail receiving house fs
tablishcd at Kelso, with C. W. Stephenson
Reagrave and David Manton Davis.
Superintendent Wood ap|>ointed Examiner
of Weight« and Measures for the districts
.(Franklin and Kingborough. Lieutenant
Herbert Riggall eoniinned In his rank.
The "Hobart Gazette" of to-day con-*
7, at 10 a.m. ; Hobart Civil Sittings,
postmaster. Mail receiving house es-
tablished at Kelso, with C. W. Stephenson
Seagrave and David Manton Davis.
Superintendent Wood appointed Examiner
of Weights and Measures for the districts
of Franklin and Kingborough. Lieutenant
Herbert Riggall confirmed In his rank.
COMMITTEE OF CLASSIFIERS. (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 16 January 1908 [Issue No.11,804] page 4 2020-03-04 16:08 A poll of tbo State-school teachers for
boen distribuíod, and are returnable by
tho let pro»*. The candidates are:
Davis, head teacher, New* Town-school,
1 Hobart; Richard Erasmus Holmes, hoad
teacher, Macquarie-istreel tchool, Hobart;
Queonslown-school ; Richard Smith, head
teacher, Battery Point-cchool, Hobart;
Charles Alfied AVright, head teacher,
A poll of the State-school teachers for
been distributed, and are returnable by
the 1st prox. The candidates are:
Davis, head teacher, New Town-school,
Hobart; Richard Erasmus Holmes, head
teacher, Macquarie street-school, Hobart;
Queonstown-school ; Richard Smith, head
teacher, Battery Point-school, Hobart;
Charles Alfred Wright, head teacher,

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