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 TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
-OF  THE-
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
-OP   THE   PROVINCE   OF-
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
1898-99.
BY THE SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.
WITH  APPENDICES.
THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE PRCVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, B. C. :
Printed by Richard Wolfenden, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty.
1899.  63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 223
PUBLIC  SCHOOLS  REPORT.
1898-99.
To His Honour Thos. R. McInnes,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
I beg herewith respectfully to present the Twenty-eighth Annual Report on the
Public Schools of the Province.
December, 1899.
C. A. SEMLIN,
Minister of Education.  63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 225
PART I.
GENERAL   REPORT.  63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
227
ANNUAL   REPORT
OP  THE
SUPERINTENDENT OE EDUCATION.
1898-99.
Education Office,
Victoria, B. C, November, 1899.
To the Honourable C. A. Semlin,
Minister in charge of the Education Department:
Sir,—For the information of His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor, and in accordance
with the provisions of the School Act, I have the honour to submit the Twenty-eighth Annual
Report on the Public Schools of British Columbia for the school-year ending June 30th,
1899.
The number of pupils enrolled during the year was 19,185, an increase of 1,537 over that
of the previous year, while the average actual daily attendance was 12,304.32, an increase for
the year of 1,248.67.
During the year there were 280 schools in operation, an increase of 19. These schools
were constituted as follows:—
High Schools      4
Graded      „         32
Common   n          244
The following High Schools were in operation during the year:- —
Schools.
No. of rooms.
Percentage of
regular
attendance.
1
2
5
4
56.67
54.55
64.90
63.06 228
Public Schools Report.
1899
The following Graded Schools were in operation during the year:-
Sehools.
Ashcroft	
Brandon-Slocan	
Chilliwhack	
Kamloops	
Kaslo	
Mission	
Nanaimo—Central	
a North Ward	
'   a South Ward	
Nelson	
New Westminster—Boys' ....
n Girls'	
n Sapperton
h Westside
Northfield	
Revelstoke '.
Rossland	
Trail	
Union Mines	
Vancouver—Central	
n East 	
West	
// Mt. Pleasant....
a Fairview	
Vernon	
Victoria—Boys'	
Girls'	
n        North Ward	
//        South Park	
West	
n        Spring Ridge	
Wellington	
Number
of rooms.
2
2
3
4
3
o
10
2
2
5
7
7
3
3
3
3
9
3
4
11
16
16
12
4
4
12
9
6
3
Percentage of
regular
attendance.
54.52
69.32
60.54
61.27
57.21
60.90
69.46
71.57
70.13
51.33
69.75
68.30
63.17
80.09
60.89
58.33
59.46
53.39
57.85
74.45
74.23
78.56
76.89
62.29
53.43
74.79
72.06
75.61
75.01
65.67
59.67
62.33 g3 Vict.                                 Public
Schools Report.                                         229
The following Common Schools were
in operation during the year:—
Abbotsford,
Fairview,
Agassiz,
Ferndale,
Ainsworth,
Fort Steele,
Alberni,
Gabriola, North,
Aldergrove,
Gabriola, South,
Aldergrove, South
Galiano,
Alexandria,
Glen valley,
Anarchist Mountain,
Golden,
Anniedale,
Goldstream,
Armstrong,
Gordon Head,
Atchelitz,
Grand Forks,
Barkerville,
Grand Prairie,
Beaver,
Grantham,
m
Beaver Point,
Greenwood,
Bella Coola,
Gulfside,
Belmont,
Hall's Prairie,
Blue Springs,
Haney,
Boundary Bay,
Harewood,
Bowen Island,
Hatzic,
Brownsville,
Highland,
Burgoyne Bay,
Hope,
Burnaby,
Hornby,
Burnaby, West,
Howe Sound,
Burton,
Huntingdon,
Cache Creek,
Junction,
Cadboro,
Kelowna,
Camp Slough,
Kensington,
Cedar Hill,
Kettle River,
Cedar, East,
Ladner,
Cedar, North,
Lake,
Cedar, South,
Langley,
Cheam,
Langley, East,
Chemainus,
Langley Prairie,
Chemainus Landing,
Lansdowne,
Chilliwhack, East,
Lillooet,
Chilliwhack, South,
Lillooet, South,
Clayton,
Lochiel,
Clinton,
Lulu,
Cloverdale,
Lumby,
Coldstream,
Lytton,
Colwood,
Malahat,
Comox,
Maple Bay,
.   Courtenay,
Maple Ridge,
Cowichan,
Mara,
Craigflower,
Mayne Island,
Deep Creek,
Metchosin,
Delta,
Midway,
Denman Island,
Moodyville,
Departure Bay,
Moun tain,
Donald,
Mount Lehman,
Ducks,
Mud Bay,
Dunach,
Nakusp,
Duncan,
Nanaimo Bay,
Enderby,
Nanaimo, North,
English,
Nanaimo, South,
Esquimalt,
Nanoose,
Fairfield,
New Denver, 230
Public Schools Report.
1899
Nicola,
Nicola, Lower,
Nicomin, North,
North Arm,
North Bend,
North Thompson,
Oak Bay,
Okanagan,
Okanagan Falls,
Okanagan Mission,
Okanagan, South,
Otter,
Otter Lake,
Oyster, North,
Parksville,
Pender,
Port Kells,
Port Moody,
Prairie,
Prospect,
Puntledge,
Qualicum,
Quamichan,
Quatsino,
Quesnelle,
Rocky Point,
Rosedale,
Round Frairie,
Saanich, North,
Saanich, South,
Saanich, West,
Salmon Arm,
Sandon,
Sea Island,
Shawnigan,
Shuswap,
Sidney,
Silverdale,
Similkameen,
Simpson,
Somenos,
Sooke,
Sooke, East,
Southfield,
Spallumcheen,
Spring Brook,
Stave River,
Steveston,
Strawberry Vale,
Sumas,
Sumas, South,
Sumas, Upper,
Surrey Centre,
Tolmie,
Trenant,
Trout Lake,
Tynehead,
Union Wharf,
Vancouver, East,
Vancouver, South,
Vesuvius,
Vesuvius, North,
Wardner,
Westham,
Whonnock,
Williams Lake,
Yale,
Ymir.
The following Assisted Schools having
during the year:—
Aberdeen,
Alberni (Beaver Creek),
Aldergrove, South (West),
Arrowhead,
Big Bar,
Black Mountain,
Brooklyn,
Camp McKinney,
Cape Scott,
Cariboo Road,
Cascade City,
Centre Road,
Clayoquot,
Commonage,
Cortez Island,
Cranbrook,
Douglas,
Dunach, South,
Elk Lake,
Field,
the rank of Common Schools were maintained
Ganges,
Hammond,
Haney, East,
Hat Creek,
Hernando,
Hope Station,
Illecillewaet,
Jubilee,
Kensington, East,
Kettle River, North,
Kuskonook,
Lac-la-Hache,
Lulu, East,
Lytton, North,
Morris Valley,
Moyie City,
North Thompson, West,
Notch Hill,
Okanagan, West,
Otter Point, 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
231
Pavilion,
Peachland,
Pilot Bay,
Read Island,
Rock Mountain,
Sahtlam,
Salmo,
Salmon Arm Station,
Savona,
Short's Point,
Silverton,
Spence's Bridge,
Spuzzum,
Squamish,
Sunbury,
Three Forks,
Tobacco Plains,
Valdez Island,
Vananda,
Vedder Mountain,
Webster's Corners,
Windermere.
New school buildings have been erected in the following districts:
Alert Bay,
Alexandria,
Ashcroft,
Campbell Creek,
Cascade City,
Chase River,
Cranbrook,
Elk Lake,
Fairview,
Fernie,
Greenwood,
Harrison Hot Springs,
Ladner,
Langley,
Lillooet,
Lumby,
Mara,
Nanaimo Bay,
North Bend,
Okanagan Falls,
Peachland,
Quatsino,
Saanich, North,
Silverton,
Slocan City,
Trout Lake,
Union Mines,
Wardner.
Additions to school buildings have been made in the following districts :-
Golden,
Grand Forks,
Kaslo,
Nelson,
Revelstoke,
Rossland,
Sandon,
Wellington.
The total number of teachers and monitors employed was 461, an increase of 39. Of this
number, 15 were employed in Nanaimo, 22 in New Westminster, 64 in Vancouver, and 50 in
Victoria. There were 310 engaged in the Rural Schools, and of the latter number 35 were
monitors.
The percentage of average daily attendance was 64.13, the highest since the establishment of the present school system in 1872.
The expenditure for Education Proper during the year was:—
Teachers' Salaries $184,337 57
Incidental Expenses      14,126 35
Per Capita Grant to City Districts      56,692 12
Education Office      13,497 42
Total 1268,653 46 232
Public Schools Report.
1899
The Education Office is indebted to the Department of Lands and Works for information
showing the expenditure for the construction of new school-houses, furniture, repairs and
improvements to school property.    This expenditure for the year was $67,362.84.
The following shows the expenditure for construction, repair, etc., of school-houses made
by the Department of Lands and W'orks during the past five years:—
1894-95   $18,963 35
1895-96    29,404 72
1896-97      15,870 94
1897-98      42,498 89
1898-99      67,362 84
The total cost to the Provincial Government for all purposes of education during the past
year was:—
Education Proper $268,653 46
Department of Lands and Works      67,362 84
Total.! $336,016 30
The following table shows the cost of each pupil on enrolment  and on  average daily
attendance during the past ten years:—
Year.
Cost of each
pupil on
enrolment.
1889-90	
$15 29
1890-91	
14 78
1891-92	
14 91
1892-93	
16 57
1893-94                 	
13 40
1894-95	
14 02
1895-96	
14 17
1896-97	
13 97
1897-98 .-	
14 03
1898-99                    	
14 00
Cost of each
pupil on
average daily
attendance.
$28 37
26 66
25 79
26 70
21 71
22 95
22 14
22 08
22 40
21 83 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
233
Schedule of Salaries of Teachers on Permanent Staff during the Year 1898-99.
City
Districts.
Rural
Districts.
Salaries.
1
1
1
1
5
12
at $135 00 per month.
120 00
110 00       n
108 00
100 00       //
90 00
2
3
2
1
2
3
85 00
4
80 00
76 00
6
1
1
75 00
73 25
70 00
69 00
3
68 25
1
5
5
3
7
68 00       ,i
66 66
1
18
55
11
65 00
62 50
60 00
58 50
12
5
55 00
54 16
4
170
53 75
2
52
2
19
4
1
52 50
50 00
45 00
40 00
35 00
25 00
151
275
Average monthly salary in City Districts
ii ii Rural       ii
.$59 24
.   54 11
Certificates of Teachers on Permanent Staff for the Year 1898-99.
City Districts.
Rural Districts.
Class and Grade.
Males.
17
21
•   5
5
Females.
Total.
Males.
Females.
Total.
6
33
22
29
5
5
1
2
23
54
27
34
5
5
1
2
21
32
34
34
2
7
1
1
4
10
35
68
9
12
1
4
25
„                „     B	
42
„                „     B	
69
102
Third Class,     ,i     A	
11
;,                „     B	
19
2
5
48
103
151
132
143
275
In addition to the above number of teachers in Rural Districts, there were employed thirty-five
monitors, four males and thirty-one females, thirty-three at the rate of $40 per month, and two at the rate
of |30 per month. 234
Public Schools Report.
1899
Statistical Abstract of Attendance for 1898-99.
Number of pupils enrolled during the year 19,185
Increase for the year ,  1,537
Number of boys enrolled  9,806
Increase for the year       823
Number of girls enrolled  9,379
Increase for the year       714
Average actual daily attendance   12,304.32
Increase for the year  1,248.67
Number of pupils enrolled in High Schools       490
Increase for the year ,         31
Average actual daily attendance in High Schools         301.82
Average actual daily attendance in Graded Schools  7,722.15
Average actual daily attendance in Common Schools  4,280.35
Number of School Districts at the close of the year       224
Increase for the year  11
The gradual growth of the schools, as well as the cost of maintaining the same, is fully
shown by the record of attendance and expenditure given in the following exhibit:—
Comparative Statement of Attendance and Cost of Public Schools from
1872-73 to 1898-99.
Year.
1872-
1873-
1874-
1875-
1876-
1877-
1878-
1879-
1880-
1881-
1882-
1883-
1884-
1885-
1886-
1887-
1888-
18S9-
1890-
1891-
1892-
1893-
1894-
1895-
1896-
1897-
1898-
73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.
80 .
81 .
82.
83.
84 ,
85.
86 .
87.
88.
89.
90.
91 .
92.
93.
94.
95 .
96.
97.
98 .
99.
Number of
School
Districts.
25
37
41
41
42
45
45
47
48
50
59
67
76
104
109
123
141
154
169
178
183
193
199
213
224
Aggregate
Enrolment.
1,028
1,245
1,403
1,685
1,998
2,198
2,301
2,462
2,571
2,653
2,693
3,420
4,027
4,471
5,345
6,372
6,796
8,042
9,260
10,773
11,496
12,613
13,482
14,460
15,798
17,648
19,185
Average
Daily
Attendance.
575
767
863
984
1,260
1,395.50
1,315.90
1,293.93
1,366.86
1,358.68
1,383.00
1,808.60
2,089.74
2,481.48
2,873.38
3,093.46
3,681.14
4,333.90
5,134.91
6,227.10
7,111.40
7,785.50
8,610.31
9,254.25
9,999.61
11,055.65
12,304.32
Percentage
of
Attendance.
55.93
61
60
61
51
58
39
63
06
63.49
57
19
52
56
53
16
51
21
51
36
52.88
51
89
55
50
53.75
48
54
54
16
53.89
55.45
57.80
61
85
61
72
63
86
64.00
63 29
62.64
64
13
Expenditure
for Education
Proper.
$ 37,763 77
35.2S7 59
34,822 28
44,506 11
47,129 63
43,334 01
*22,110 70
47,006 10
46,960 69
49,268 63
50,850 63
66,655 15
71,151 52
79,527 56
88,521 08
99,902 04
108,190 59
122,984 S3
136,901 73
160,627 80
190,558 33
169,050 18
189,037 25
204,930 32
220,810 38
247,756 37
268,653 46
* Half-year. 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
235
The following table will be found of great interest:—
Maintenance of Schools in Cities of Nanaimo, New Westminster,  Vancouver, and
Victoria.
Year.
1888-89*.
1889-90..
1890-91..
1891-92+.
1892-93..
1893-94$.
1894-95..
1895-96..
1896-97..
1897-98..
1898-99..
co
5534,014 24
43,282 58
51,025 95
68,883 70
80,561 59
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i3,937 82
5,519 50
6,745 36
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$37,952 06
48,802 08
57,771 31
68,883 70
80,561 59
511,344 19
14,427 51
17,015 62
34,441 85
40,280 79
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Ml £
ft
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in  ta
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$93,718 66
96,843 10
96,681 38
96,266 10
101,408 16
107,383 51
542,149 12
45,404 82
47,872 84
49,687 80
52,922 64
56,692 12
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$11,344 19
14,427 51
17,015 62
34,441 85
40,280 79
51,569 54
51,438 28
48,808 54
46,578 30
48,485 52
50,691 39
415,081 53
C   W   O CT>
^ e
53 a:
J5 GO
$26,607 87
34,374 57
40,755 69
34,441 85
40,280 79
42,149 12
45,404 82"
47,872 84
49,687 80
52,922 64
56,692 12
471,190 11
* By amendment to School Act in 1888, City Districts were required to refund one-third of amount of
teachers' salaries.
+ By amendment to School Act in 1891, City Districts were required to refund one-half of amount of
teachers' salaries, and meet all other expenses connected with their schools.
JBy amendment to School Act in 1893, City Districts are required to pay all expenses connected with
the maintenance of their schools, and are allowed a per capita grant of $10 on the average actual daily
attendance.    They are also given the Provincial Revenue Tax. 236 Public Schools Report. 1899
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS' EXAMINATION, 1899.
The annual examination of candidates for certificates of qualification to teach in the
Public Schools of the Province commenced on July 3rd, 1899, in the South Park School
Building, Victoria, in the High School Building, Vancouver, in the Public School Building,
Kamloops, and in the Public School Building, Nelson.
The Examiners appointed to act with the Superintendent of Education were John H.
Kerr, B.A., J. W. Laing, M.A., and Edward B. Paul, M.A.
The list of successful candidates appeared in the British Columbia Gazette of August 10th,
1899, as follows:—
First Class—Grade A—Certificates.
(Names in order of merit.)
Hunt, Bertha M., B.A., University of Toronto, 1899.
Wark, Joseph, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1899.
Hatt, Myra, B.A., University of New Brunswick, 1899.
Brandon, William M., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1899.
Robertson, Lemuel, B.A., McGill University, Montreal, 1899.
Brandon, James S., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1899.
Smith, Minnie, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1899.
Clark, George W., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1899.
Clark, William T., M.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1899.
Miller, Levi T., B.A., Bishop's College, Lennoxville, 1899.
Maxwell, Alexander M., B.A., University of Toronto, 1899.
Perrin, Evelyn M., B. A., University of Toronto, 1899.
Brown, Clarence L., B.A., McMaster University, 1899.
Bonis, Sara, B.A., University of Toronto, 1899.
The following holders of First Class, Grade B, Certificates passed the additional standard
now required for First Class, Grade A, Certificates :—David S. Tait, George M. Bovyer.
First Class—Grade B—Certificates.
(Maximum Marks, 3,650.) Marks
obtained.
Tingley, Laura  2721
MacLean, John D  2519
King, Garfield A  2398
Olding, Harriet  2367
McMordie, Robert A  2345
Moffet, Frank B  2324
Tupper, James F  2294
Anderson, Christina S  2243
The following holders of Second Class, Grade A, Certificates passed the additional
standard now required for First Class, Grade B, Certificates :—
(Names in order of merit.)
McEwen, Edwin H., Dykes, Watson,
Campbell, John A., Nason, Mary A.,
Campbell, Leonard A., Furness, Katie,
File, Arthur, Menten, Maude L.,
Mebius, Jeannette, Millard, Blanche,
Fletcher, Marie L., Caspell, Edmund,
Uren, Fanny. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 237
Second Class—Grade A—Certificates.
(Maximum Marks, 3,050.) Marks
obtained.
Lyons, Isabella  2337
Allison, Dorothy    2264
Watson, Harvey G    2231
Elliott, Dawson H  2190
Parker, Edith C  2189
Carter, Elizabeth M  2137
Bruce, Leslie J  2107
Allan, Robert H   2102
Olding, Elizabeth  2099
Burns, Margaret M  2074
McQueen, Jessie  2043
Robson, Robert M  2036
Campbell, Samuel B     2025
Johnstone, Jean P  2004
Abercrombie, Lena  1999
Walker, Susie  1991
Kinney, William T  1980
Ingram, James A  1979
Carss, Anna E  1973
Brown, William H  1971
Hawthorne, Edith E  1968
Mclvor, Henrietta  1958
Fernie, Edith S    1944
Wriglesworth, Annie L  1930
McDonald, Benson S  1929
Laird, Mary  1927
Dixon, Mrs. Alice E  1918
Pope, Marion A. B   1918
Campbell, Jessie  1912
Rowan, Jessie F  1911
Macken, Norine  1910
Hamilton, Myrtle P  1909
Laughlin, Hugh A  1906
Draper, Katharine  1899
Goodrede, Albert B  1897
Bradley, Nellie S  1884
Sinclair, Jessie      1883
Philip, Alice M   1882
John, Alice  1854
MacLeod, George A  1849
Bates, John A  1846
Moffatt, Maude L  1832
Goostrey, George F  1832
Pearce, Emmeline    1830
McSween, Peter D  1830
Second Class—Grade B—Certificates.
(Maximum Marks, 2,450.) Marks
obtained.
Clark, Edgar F .,  1593
Clarke, Earl W    1557
Howitt, John  1540
Randle, Olive  1481
Campbell, John M -.  1477 238 Public Schools Report. 1899
Second Class—Grade B—Certificates.—Concluded.
(Maximum Marks, 2450.) Marks
obtained.
Mclntyre, Mary C  1467
Cameron, Florence M  1466
Cooke, Alfred W  1460
Laird, James W  1459
Dalby, Edith M  1449
Paul, Margaret A     1449
Abercrombie, Margaret  1431
Reith, Isabella  1431
Ladner, Mrs. Ella B    1417
Canfield, Francis O  1417
Eckardt, Alfred E  1417
Forrest, Theresa  1416
McLeod, Norman  1400
Robertson, Jessie A  1397
Lewis, Alice M  1392
Slater, John C  1386
Kingston, Emilie G  1385
Donaldson, Nellie T  1382
Cairns, Mabel  1378
Agnew, Ena  1371
Sylvester, Louise M  1371
Wells, Lilian E  1359
Clement, Mabel M  1358
Butler, Claude H  1346
Dutton, Edward J  1337
Matthews, William A  1337
Newsom, Annie M  1317
Teague, Julie A  1311
Johnstone, Marion B -  1308
Blair, J. Alfred    1281
Whelen, Mary E. J  1281
Taylor, Robert W  1267
Curry, Almeada  1265
Robinson, Sarah V    1263
Duncan, Rose  1236
Third Class—Grade A—Certificates.
(Maximum Marks, 1,850.) Marks
obtained
Parkinson, Emily  1209
WTilson, Mrs. Belle H  1118
McLennan, Annie  1041
Buttimer, Annie L  1027
Shepherd, Mrs. Harriet  1013
Clark, Elizabeth A.  1005
Dyker, Jennie  925
Third Class—Grade B—Certificates.
(Maximum Marks, 1,850.) Marks
obtained.
Acheson, William C  1191
Murphy, Edgar H  1185
Macdonald, Jean A  1134 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 239
Third Class—Grade B—Certificates.—Concluded.
(Maximum Marks, 1,850.) Marks
obtained.
McKinnon, Kate M  1129
Fleming, Pearle W  1113
Bone, Maude E  1102
Johnson, Margaret A   1068
Wolfenden, Kate C  1067
Graham, Alexander  1058
Harrison, Alice V  1056
Galbraith, Angus       1054
Scanlan, Kate R  1047
Ball, Beatrice  1029
Griffiths, Ada W  1023
Beattie, Florence  1018
Loat, Gertrude  1017
Willemar, Adelaide M  1016
Lewis, Linnie       1005
Wright, John  1005
Robertson, Margaret M  1001
Trenholme, Hattie D  1001
Shaw, Alexander  994
Lovering, James E  987
Wood, Mabel V  986
MacLeod, Annie  977
Gibbon, Evelyn H  963
Wilson, Elizabeth     963
Harrap, Eva E  958
Ruckle, Agnes  955
Booth, Annie  953
Lucas, Mary  950
McLachlan, Kate B  947
Moore, Bibianne  947
McKinnon, Alexander  946
Arthur, Elsie M  940
Catherwood, Thomas  937
Creech, Winifred J. E  921
Macfarlane, Edith M  921
Graham, Melvin  919
Coghlan, Leonora M  914
Dunlop, Mary B  912
Ramsay, Mary G  909
O'Reilly, Nora A  907
Case, Henry O  905
Bowell, Bertha J  903
Hammond, David  903
Barron, Isabel M. F  878
McMartin, Jane S  869
Fenton, Susie A  858
Butler, Gladys A. K  851
McCannel, Mary J  850
George, Ruth  847
Mills, Sarah A ,  838
Cleveland, Jane M  825
Read, Ellen R  813
Butler, Dora A. V  811
Lovering, Herbert S    804
Cameron, Sara B  790 240 Public Schools Report 1899
Renewal Certificates for Length of Service.
Bailey, Adelaide S., McDougall, Archena J.,
Halliday, James A., Sinclair, James W.
Alexander Robinson, B.A.,1
Edward B. Paul, M.A.,       \Board of Examiners.
John H.  Kerr, B.A.,
Certificates have been granted in accordance with the recommendation of the Examiners.
C. A. SEMLIN,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
Victoria, 2nd August, 1899.
The examination was held simultaneously in Victoria, Vancouver, Kamloops, and Nelson.
The number of candidates was 269, of whom  117 wrote in Victoria, 114 in Vancouver,
20 in Kamloops, and 18 in Nelson.
Of the whole number  of  candidates,  187 were successful  in  obtaining  certificates,  as
follows :—
First Class, Grade A  16
First Class, Grade B  21
Second Class, Grade A   45
Second Class, Grade B  40
Third Class, Grade A    7
Third Class, Grade B  58
Of the whole number who wrote, 82 failed to obtain a certificate of any kind.
In addition to the above, 4 certificates for length of service were issued in accordance
with the provisions of the Public School Act. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 241
SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
The Council of Public Instruction has made changes in the boundaries of the following
School Districts, and has also created School Districts with limits as herein stated :—
Alert Bay—1st May, 1899:
All that tract of land known as Cormorant Island, together with Sections 1 and 2,
Township 1, Rupert District.
Alexandria—27th May, 1898.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 13th June, 1898, and 1st
May, 1899 :
Commencing at the south-east corner of Section 5, Range IV., Cranberry District;
thence following the Nanaimo River to the north-east corner of Section 12, Range VIII.,
Cranberry District ; thence west along said section line to the north-east corner of
Section 12, Range VI. ; thence north along said range line to the north-east corner of
Section 14, Range VI.; thence west along said section line to the north-west corner of
Section 14, Range V.; thence due south along the range line to the point of commencement.
Belmont—12th June,   1890.     Boundaries altered, and  re-defined  19th April,  1894;   10th
September, 1895; 23rd May, 1899; and 15th June, 1899 :
Commencing at the middle point of the southern boundary line of Section 7; Township 11, New Westminster District; thence due south three miles ; thence in a direct line
west to the south-west corner of Section 27, Township 7 ; thence true north to the northwest corner of Section 34; thence due east two miles to the north-east corner of Section
35; thence true north one mile; thence due east one mile and a half to the point of
commencement.
Blue Springs—11th May, 1892.    Name changed from "White Valley" to "Blue Springs."
Boundaries altered and re-defined 27th May, 1898, and 18th August, 1898:
All that tract of land embraced in Township 41, Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
Campbell Creek—23rd May, 1899 :
Commencing at the junction of Campbell Creek with the Thompson River, Kamloops
Division of Yale District; thence due south eight miles; thence true west eight miles;
thence in a direct line north to Thompson River; thence easterly, following the course of
said river, to the point of commencement.
Cascade City—18th April, 1899:
Commencing at the south-east corner of Section 5, Township 74, Osoyoos Division of
Yale District; thence due north six miles to the north-east corner of Section 32 ; thence
due west six miles to the north-west corner of Section 33, Township 73 ; thence true
south to the International Boundary Line; thence due east along the International
Boundary Line to the point of commencement.
Cedar, North—11th February, 1874.    Name changed from  "Cedar" and  re-defined 27th
May, 1880, 30th April, 1891, 13th June, 1898, and 15th August, 1899 :
Commencing at the middle point of the southern boundary line of Section 15, Range
VI., Cranberry District; thence due north to the Nanaimo River; thence easterly and
southerly, following the shore line, to the eastern extremity of the section line between
Sections 12 and 13, Range V., Cedar District; thence west along the section line to the
south-east corner of Section 13, Range VI., Cranberry District; thence north to the
south-east corner of section 15 of said range; thence due west to the point of commencement. 242 Public Schools Report. 1899
Cedar, South—27th May,  1880.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 13th May,  1896, and
27th May, 1898 :
Commencing at the intersection of the Nanaimo River with the western boundary
line of Cranberry District; thence following the said Nanaimo River to the north-west
corner of Section 12, Range I., Cedar District; thence east to the north-east corner of
Section 12, Range III.; thence south to the southern boundary line of said Cedar District;
thence west to the south-west corner of Cranberry District; thence north to the point of
commencement.
Chase River—15th August, 1899.    Name changed from "Southfield" to "Chase River" on
8th November, 1899 :
Commencing at the south-west corner of Section 15, Range I., Cranberry District;
thence east along the section line to the middle point of the southern boundary line of
Section 15, Range VI., of the said District; thence due north to the Nanaimo River;
thence true west to the north-west corner of Cranberry District; thence due south to the
point of commencement.
Columbia—23rd May, 1899 :
Commencing at the point at which the continuation of the eastern boundary line of
the City of Columbia, extended northward, would intersect the North Fork of Kettle
River, Osoyoos Division of Yale District; thence due south to the south-east corner of
Lot 630; thence west along the Internationa] Boundary Line to the south-west corner of
said lot; thence north to the north-east corner of Lot 700, Township 71 ; thence west to
the middle point of Section 14; thence north three miles to the middle point of Section
35; thence due east to the North Fork of Kettle River; thence southward, following
said Fork of Kettle River, to the point of commencement.
Cranbrook—1st May, 1899 :
All that tract of land in and around the town of Cranbrook, East Kootenay,
embraced within a circle whose centre shall be the Custom House in the town of Cranbrook, and whose radius shall be a distance of five miles from such centre.
Ducks—21st June, 1893.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 23rd May, 1899 :
All that tract of land, situate in Yale District, embraced within the circumference
of a circle whose centre shall be the centre of a plot of land on which the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's station-house at Ducks, in Kamloops Division of Yale District, now
stands, and whose radius shall be a distance of eight miles from such centre, except such
portion of said circle as is included in Campbell Creek School District.
Elk Lake—1st May, 1899 :
Commencing at the north-east corner of Section 16, Range VI. East, South Saanich
District, being a point on the sea-shore ; thence west to the north-west corner of Section
16, Range III. East; thence south along the range line to the north-west corner of
Section 56, Lake District; thence east along the northern boundary line of said section
to its intersection with the Victoria and Sidney Railroad ; thence southerly along said
railroad to the north-east corner of Section 62; thence due south to the northern
boundary line of Section 106 ; thence easterly in a straight line to the south-west corner
of Section 43; thence due east to the south-east corner of said section ; thence due south
to the south-west corner of Section 27 ; thence due east along the southern boundary lines
of Sections 27 and 121 to the sea-shore; thence northerly, following the shore line to the
point of commencement.
Extension—1st May, 1899 :
Commencing at the intersection of the Nanaimo River with the western boundary
line of Cranberry District; thence following the said Nanaimo River to the south-east
corner of section 5, Range IV.; thence due north along the range line to the north-east
corner of Section 14, Range IV.; thence west along the said section line to the western
boundary line of Cranberry District; thence south along said boundary line to point of
commencement. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 243
Fairview—27th May, 1898 :
Commencing at the south-west corner of Section 33, Township 55, Osoyoos Division
of Yale District; thence due east to the Indian Reserve; thence northerly, following the
boundaries of the Reserve, to the southern boundary line of Township 85 ; thence west
along said boundary line to the north-west corner of Section 33, Township 54; thence
due south to the point of commencement.
Fernie—18th April, 1899 :
Commencing at the junction of Coal Creek with Elk River, East Kootenay ; thence
in a northerly direction, following the eastern bank of said river for a distance of three
miles ; thence due east six miles ; thence in a southerly direction, and parallel to the
course of Elk River, six miles; thence due west six miles, more or less, to the eastern
bank of said river; thence northerly, following said river, to the point of commencement,
at the junction of Coal Creek with Elk River.
Field—15th August, 1899:
All that tract of land in and around Field, East Kootenay, embraced within the
circumference of a circle whose centre shall be the Canadian Pacific Railway Station
House, and whose radius shall be a distance of three miles from such centre.
Grand Forks—18th May, 1897.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 23rd May, 1899 :
All that tract of land embraced in Township 72, Osoyoos Division of Yale District,
except such portion as is included in Columbia School District.
Hammond—12th July, 1899:
Commencing at the south-east corner of Lot 278, Township 9, New Westminster
District; thence due north to the north-west corner of Lot 250 ; thence east to the southeast corner of Lot 241 ; thence north to the north-east corner of Section 35 ; thence west
to the Pitt River; thence southerly and easterly, following the shore line of the Pitt and
Fraser Rivers, to the point of commencement.
Harrison Hot Springs—23rd May, 1899:
Commencing at the mouth of creek at south-west corner of Harrison Lake, New
Westminster District; thence east to the mountains; thence in a southerly direction,
following the mountain range, to the north-east corner of the farm known as the Robinson
Ranch ; thence west to the mountains ; thence in a north-easterly direction, following the
mountain range, to the point of commencement.
Hume—12th July, 1899:
Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot 97, Group 1, West Kootenay District;
thence due south to the south-east corner of Lot 183; thence true west to the eastern
boundary line of the City of Nelson; thence north along said boundary line to the West
Arm of Kootenay Lake; thence easterly and northerly, following the shore line, to the
point of commencement.
Kettle River—14th May,  1891.    Boundaries altered and re-defined, 18th May, 1897, and
23rd May, 1899 :
All that tract of land embraced in Township 71, Osoyoos Division of Yale District,
except such portion as is included in Columbia School District.
Lake—25th June, 1869.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 1st June, 1878; 27th May, 1880;
20th June, 1892; 19th May, 1893; and 1st May, 1899 :
Commencing at the south-east corner of Section 121, Lake District; thence due west
to the south-west corner of Section 27; thence in a direct line north to the north-east corner
of Section 47; thence due west to the north-west corner of said section; thence westerly
in a straight line to the south-east corner of Section 64; thence due north to the northeast corner of Section 63; thence, true west to the western boundary line of Lake District;
thence south along the western boundary line of said district to the south-west corner of 244 Public Schools Report. 1899
Section 116; thence east to the south-east corner of said section; thence east to the
middle point of the western boundary line of Section 22; thence east to the south-west
corner of Section 20; thence east to the south-east corner of said section; thence north
to the middle point of the western boundary line of Section 98; thence easterly to the
south-west corner of Section 10; thence south to the south-west corner of Section 82,
Victoria District; thence due east to the Saanich Road; thence north along said road to
the southern boundary line of Lake District; thence easterly along the southern boundary
line of said district to the sea-shore; thence northerly, following the shore line to the
point of commencement.
Langley—30th April,  1871.    Boundaries altered  and re-defined 18th August,  1885;   8th
May, 1888; 13th May, 1896; and 15th June, 1899:
Commencing at the north-east corner of Lot 126, Township 9, New Westminster
District; thence south to the centre of the eastern boundary of Section 24, Township 8;
thence in a north-easterly direction along the Hudson's Bay Survey to the north-west
corner of said survey; thence in a south-easterly direction half a mile, more or less, along
the said Hudson's Bay Survey; thence due east to the middle point of the northern
boundary line of Lot 316; thence in a direct line northerly to the middle point of the
northern boundary line of Section 20, Township 11; thence in a direct line east to the
north-east corner of Section 21; thence due north to the Fraser River; thence westerly,
following the course of the said river to the point of commencement.
Lumby—27th May, 1898.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 18th August, 1898:
All that tract of land embraced in Township 3, Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
Maple Ridge—31st July,  1874.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 8th May, 1888; 12th
June, 1890; 27th June, 1894; and 12th July, 1899:
Commencing at the middle point of the western boundary line of Section 29, Township 12, New Westminster District; thence west to the township line; thence due north
to the north-east corner of Section 36, Township 9; thence west to the north-west corner
of said section; thence due south to the south-west corner of Lot 242; thence west to the
north-west corner of Lot 250; thence true south to Fraser River; thence up said river,
following the shore line, to the south-west corner of Lot 401, Township 12; thence in a
direct line north to the point of commencement.
Mara—27th May, 1898:
All that tract of land in Osoyoos Division of Yale District embraced within the circumference of a circle whose centre shall be the central point of the school site in the
village of Mara, and whose radius shall be a distance of three miles from such point.
Nanaimo Bay—27th May, 1898.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 15th August, 1899:
Commencing at the north-east corner of Southfield School District, being a point
on the shore of Nanaimo Bay; thence northerly along the shore line to the continuation
of Robins Street to the coast line, being the southern boundary line of the City of
Nanaimo; thence westerly along Nanaimo City boundary to the intersection of the
same with the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway line; thence southerly, following said
railway line to its intersection with the northern boundary line of Southfield School
District; thence east along the northern boundary line of said school district to point of
commencement.
Nanaimo, South—19th April, 1894.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 27th May, 1898, and
15th August, 1899:
Commencing at the north-east corner of Section 2, Range VIII., Mountain District;
thence east along the northern boundary line of Southfield School District to its intersection with the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway line; thence northerly along said railway line to its intersection with the continuation of the line of division between Lots 20
and 21 of the Five-acre Blocks, Ranges I. to XI.; thence west along said dividing line to
the eastern boundary line of Mountain District; thence south along said boundary line
to the point of commencement. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report, 245
Nelson—26th April, 1892.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 12th July, 1899:
All that tract of land embraced within the corporate limits of the City of Nelson.
New Denver—18th May, 1897.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 23rd May, 1899:
All that tract of land in and around the Town of New Denver, West Kootenay,
embraced within the circumference of a circle whose centre shall be the central point of
the plot of land on which the Government Buildings in New Denver now stand, and
whose radius shall be a distance of two miles from such central point.
North Bend—27th May, 1898:
All that tract of land, situated in Yale District, embraced within the circumference
of a circle whose centre shall be centre of the plot of land used as a school site at North
Bend Station, and whose radius shall be a distance of four miles from such centre.
Okanagan Falls—27th May, 1898:
Commencing at the south-east corner of Section 21, Township 53, Osoyoos Division
of Yale District; thence due north to the Indian Reserve; thence due east to the centre
of the eastern boundary line of Section 21, Township 86; thence due south to the southeast corner of Section 21, Township 85; thence due west to the point of commencement.
Peachland—18th April, 1899:
All that tract of land included within a circle having a radius of three miles, the
said radius to commence at the central point of Lot 490, Group 1, in the Village of
Peachland, Osoyoos Division of Yale District.
Prairie—26th November, 1874. Boundaries altered and re-defined 18th August, 1885; 12th
June, 1890; 19th April, 1894; 12th September, 1894; 13th May, 1896; 31st August,
1897; 23rd May, 1899; and 15th June, 1899:
Commencing at the south-east corner of Section 7, Township 11, New Westminster
District; thence north one mile to the southern boundary of Lot 303 ; thence east half a
mile to the south-eastcorner of said Lot; thence north one and a half miles, more or less,
to the northern boundary of Lot 316; thence west along said boundary to the northeast boundary of Hudson's Bay Survey; thence in a north-westerly direction to the
north-west corner of said Hudson's Bay Survey; thence in a south-westerly direction
along the said Hudson's Bay Survey to the middle point of the southern boundary of
Section 24, Township 8; thence west half a mile to the south-west corner of said Section;
thence south a mile and a half, more or less, to the Langley Trunk Road; thence in a
south-westerly direction along said road to the south-west corner of Lot 37, Township 8;
thence east to the point of commencement.
Prospect—20th June, 1892.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 1st May, 1899:
Commencing at the north-west corner of Section 125, Lake District; thence in a
direct line east to the Victoria and Sidney Railroad; thence southerly, following said
railroad to the north-east corner of Section 62; thence due south to the south-east corner
of said section; thence due west to the south-west corner of Section 131; thence directly
north to the point of commencement.
Quatsino—27th May, 1898:
All that tract of land in Comox District embraced within the circumference of a
circle whose centre shall be the central point of a school site in Quatsino, and whose
radius shall be a distance of three miles from such point.
Saanich, South—30th August, 1872. Boundaries altered and re-defined 3rd October, 1873;
27th May, 1880; and 1st May, 1899. Name changed 27th October, 1884, from "East
South Saanich" to "South Saanich":
Commencing at the south-east corner of Section 15, Range VI. East, South Saanich
District, being a point on the sea-shore; thence due west to the south-west corner of
Section 15, Range III. East; thence north along the said range line to the south-east corner
of Section 12, Range II. East; thence west along the southern boundary line of Section
12, Range II. East, to its south-west corner; thence north along the range line to the
south-west corner of Section 4, Range II. East; thence west along the southern boundary
line of Section 4,  Range I. East to its south-west corner; thence north along the range 246 Public Schools Report. 1899
line to the north-west corner of Section 1, Range I. East; thence east along the southern
boundary line of North Saanich to the sea-shore; thence following the sea-shore in a
south-easterly direction to the point of commencement.
Silverton—18th April, 1899.    Boundaries altered and re-defined 23rd May, 1899:
All that tract of land in and around Silverton, West Kootenay, included in a circle
having a radius of two miles, the said radius to commence at the central point of Lot 4,
Block 34, on which the Victoria Hotel now stands.
Southfield—30th April, 1891. Boundaries altered and re-defined 13th June, 1898, and
15th August, 1899. Name changed on 15th August, 1899, from "Southfield" to "Chase
River;" and on 8th November, 1899, from "Chase River" to "Southfield:"
Commencing at the north-west corner of Cranberry District; thence north along the
eastern boundary line of Mountain District to the north-east corner of Section 2, Range
VIII., of said district; thence true east to the Nanaimo Harbour; thence due south to
north-east corner of Section 20, Range IV., Cranberry District; thence due west along
the northern boundary line of said district to the point of commencement.
Spring Brook—13th May, 1896. Boundaries altered and re-defined 31st August, 1897, and
15th June, 1899:
Commencing at the north-east corner of Section 21, Township 11, New Westminster
District; thence due south three and a half miles to the middle point of the western
boundary line of Section 3; thence duo west two and a half miles to the middle point of
Section 6; thence due north half a mile; thence due east half a mile; thence due north
one mile to the southern boundary line of Lot 303; thence east half a mile to the southeast corner of said lot; thence north one and a half miles, more or less, to the northern
boundary of Lot 316; thence in a direct line north half a mile to the southern boundary
line of Langley School District; thence in a direct line east to the point of commencement.
Spuzzum—24th October, 1899:
All that tract of land, situated in Yale District, embraced within a circle whose
centre shall be the centre of the plot of land on which the Canadian Pacific Railway
Company's station-house at Spuzzum now stands, and whose radius shall be a distance of
four miles from such centre.
Trout Lake—27th May, 1898:
All that tract of land in West Kootenay District embraced within the circumference
of a circle whose centre shall be the central point of the school site in Trout Lake City,
and whose radius shall be a distance of three miles from such point.
Union Wharf—27th May, 1898:
All that tract of land known as Nelson District, Vancouver Island, except that
portion included in Cumberland School District.
Van Anda—12th July, 1899:
All that tract of land embraced in Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 14 and 15, Texada Island.
Vancouver, West—8th November, 1899:
Commencing at the north-west corner of South Vancouver School District; thence
due south along the western boundary of said district to the south-east corner of District
Lot 641; thence due west to south-west corner of District Lot 640; thence due north to
the southern boundary of Vancouver City; and thence in a direct line east, following the
city limits to the point of commencement.
Wardner—27th May, 1898:
All that tract of land embraced within the circumference of a circle whose centre
shall be the central point of the school site in the Town of Wardner, East Kootenay, and
whose radius shall be a distance of three miles from such point.
Ymir—27th May, 1898:
All that tract of land, situated in West Kootenay District, embraced within the
circumference of a circle whose centre shall be the centre of the plot of land used as a
school site, and whose radius shall be a distance of four miles from such centre. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 247
REPORT OF INSPECTOR WILSON.
" Victoria, November, 1899.
" Alexander Robinson, Esq., B.A.,
"Superintendent of Education, Victoria, B.C.
"Sir,—I have the honour to submit the following general report for the year 1898-99 :—
" During the past year my duties were chiefly those of assistant in the Education Office.
Although, in comparison with former years, a limited amount of direct supervision thus fell
to my share, I was kept informed of the general condition of school work by the numerous
departmental examinations held from time to time in various parts of the Province. No less
than one hundred and two (102) different schools presented candidates for High School
Entrance, and, in all, about five hundred and seventy-nine (579) pupils took the regular
examination. The knowledge thus gained as to the character of the work accomplished by so
many teachers, together with the impressions formed during one hundred and thirty (130)
inspectoral visits to all classes of schools, enables me to offer certain remarks and criticisms,
in regard to studies pursued, which, it is hoped, may prove helpful, or at least suggestive.
" The general character of the manual work of pupils has shown much improvement.
The written exercises are, for the most part, carefully arranged and neatly executed, but this
improvement in neatness and arrangement has been more marked than that in writing itself.
As stated in my last report, the introduction of the vertical system has had a generally
beneficial effect. Experience has, however, disclosed the fact that this system, with its recommendation of ease in learning, teaching, and producing, can, in careless hands, produce
anything but desirable results. As a pupil advances from class to class, there is often
developed a wretched tendency to an illegible backhand—a tendency which only the utmost
care and vigilance can prevent. Indeed, this tendency may, and often does, become a reality.
To overcome such a defect, it would perhaps be advisable for teachers, instead of aiming at a
style absolutely upright, to insist upon pupils giving to their writing a slight slope to the right
of the vertical, while at the same time it retains otherwise the essential features of the new
system.
" In many quarters the opinion is held that the ordinary reading books—made up, for
the most part, of fragments—do not supply all the literature that ought to be presented to
school children. The claim is thus set up that a certain amount of supplementary reading
ought to be introduced. Some, however, declare that the proper way to teach reading is to
have every lesson read and re-read by each pupil in the class, until all have quite committed
it to memory. Again, there are others who hold that the acquisition of the power to read, as
well as of a taste for good reading, are the chief things to be cultivated, and that these can be
acquired by the use of suitable reading matter, which must not only be considerable in amount
but of a varied and interesting character.    This view has many points that recommend it.
"The school library would be an excellent agency for providing supplementary reading.
Its contents should, however, be carefully selected so as to provide what is adapted to the
mental development of the child.
" Two or three of our schools are supplied with small libraries, largely through the efforts
of the teachers ; but I am not prepared to say, except in one case, whether or not the books
are graded, and thus adapted for the purposes of supplementary reading in the various classes
or grades.
" Much could thus be done to cultivate a taste that would aid the pupil in his studies,
and, moreover, serve as a protection after he leaves school.
"The importance of training children to express their thoughts readily and accurately is
no doubt recognized, at least theoretically, by every teacher, but the instruction is frequently
desultory, regular and suitable practice being inadequately provided for. 248 Public Schools Report. 1899
" Further, pupils have always a great difficulty in arranging a plan for the composition
on any subject. This difficulty can only be overcome by training and practice. The plan
indicates the topic of each paragraph, which is made up of a succession of sentences. In
addition to direct instruction in outlining the plan, the exercises of one or more of the pupils
could be advantageously criticized and corrected as a class exercise at the blackboard. If the
reasons for the placing and use of particular words, the arrangement of the parts, etc., are also
discussed, the value of the lesson will be further enhanced.
"I feel justified in stating that the work in this subject shows that more consideration
has been given to it than formerly. It is also significant that there has been a marked increase
during the past year in the number of pupils reported by their teachers to have received
instruction in composition and letter writing.
" Generally speaking, what is needed in composition is more practice of a properly
graduated kind, and no day should pass without a line.
" Side by side with language study in a course of instruction is the study of arithmetic,
claiming second place in importance. In our schools this claim is fully recognized, but, on the
whole, the results are scarcely what they should be after pupils have studied the subject for
say eight years. It appears to me that were less attempted in the first one or two years, we
would not so frequently find that confusion and inaccuracy in their work in arithmetic which
may too often be observed in the case of older pupils. In teaching reading, as soon as a few
words are learned, the pupil uses them in the construction of sentences. So, as soon as a few
combinations are learned, the pupil should apply his knowledge in the addition and subtraction
of work involving these combinations; nor should he be taught more combinations until he is
able to use those already learned in every position in which they can occur. Later on, the
effect of proper repetition and drill in elementary work will be to free the mind from petty
details, and enable it to be concentrated on the higher steps.
" Geography is taken at an early stage, and an earnest effort is, no doubt, made by
teachers to give their pupils an intelligent acquaintance with the main facts of the subject.
Map-drawing, or representative geography, has also received some attention.
" While the simple facts of geography can be early introduced in a child's education, and
the habit of observation stimulated and encouraged, yet the subject should be cautiously
unfolded. The meaning of a map must be gradually developed in the minds of the pupils.
When this has been accomplished, the class can be taught to read and interpret maps of
different kinds. As the work advances to the formal study of geography, every new branch
of the subject should be naturally developed from what has gone before. With this outline of
procedure in mind, I have been often led to the conclusion that the study of geography from
the map was begun before pupils fully grasped its nature and meaning. Maps, like a word,
should be the means of recalling a reality.
" ' In teaching history, the age and power of comprehension of the pupils, and the nature
' of the training the subject may be made to afford at each stage of progress, will all require to
'be taken into account.' As a rule, I have observed that little preliminary training is given
before the pupil is required to use the text-book. What is learned in the text-books is sought
to be brought home to the mind in recitations. There is no doubt that teachers endeavour to
emphasize the essential points in the book, and to show what is worth remembering in the
lesson of the day. This may be called the information stage, to which the time of the history
lesson is chiefly devoted, and for the most part with reasonably good results.
" To bring out the reality of a period in history, many facts of social life must be taught
—about dress, food, arms, amusements, etc. To make it real, much may be done by the use
of pictures, of which every teacher should have a collection at hand for the purpose of illustrating any lesson that can be so treated. Illustrations not only lend to a topic new charms,
but produce a clearer and, therefore, more lasting impression, and are thus great aids to
memory.
" Considerable attention has been devoted to anatomy, physiology, and hygiene, but with
the result that there is danger of making this subject too much of a text-book study—of
spending too much time on the details instead of keeping mainly to the outlines. It is almost
needless to say that the requirement of the course of study for common and graded schools 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 249
does not contemplate anything beyond a knowledge of the elementary principles of 'physiology'—
a goal that can be reached with less expenditure of time than at present. The study of the
subject has also been pursued chiefly from the text, without any persistent appeal to those
practical experiments and illustrations which are so necessary to a thorough mastery of even
the most elementary principles of this or any other science.
" The records show that, during the last school-year, nearly half the number of pupils
enrolled received instruction in drawing. Beyond this I am not prepared to state that even
moderate progress has been made in form study. Good work may be occasionally seen where
the teacher possesses both skill and enthusiasm, but there seems to be a good deal of indifference with regard to drawing on the part of many teachers, who can not, therefore, be aware
of its educative value nor of its practical utility.
"It would be a decided gain to the work in drawing—as well as a judicious expenditure
—if the trustees of the larger cities of the Province could see their way to engage special
teachers for this important subject; and it is not too much to say that the employment of
such teachers, even for a limited time, would give an impetus to this study which would in all
probability never quite be lost.
" As drawing is the basis of manual or technical training, there is no doubt that when
the generous offer of Sir William C. McDonald, to establish in this Province a technical school
is carried into effect, the present backward condition of drawing in our schools will require
much preliminary work to be done before the scheme can be made productive of appreciable
results.
" A new interest has been given to book-keeping by its addition to the list of subjects
required for admission to a High School. The opportunity thus afforded of applying instruction in penmanship, spelling, arithmetic, and neatness, has had a good effect on school work ;
but I fear that teachers are somewhat under the impression that a greater knowledge of the
subject is required for High School Entrance than is really exacted. The papers set, thus far,
pretty well define the scope of the demand, viz : a knowledge of simple accounts, as well as a
familiarity with ordinary mercantile forms.
" I have the honor to be,
" Sir,
" Your obedient servant,
"D. Wilson,
"Inspector of Schools." 250 Public Schools Report. 1899
REPORT OF INSPECTOR BURNS.
"Nelson, B. C, 7th November, 1899.
" Alexander Robinson, Esq., B. A.,
"Superintendent of Education,   Victoria, B. G.
" Sir,—I beg to submit herewith report of the Schools in this Inspectorate for the school-
year ending June 30th, 1899.
" Notwithstanding the extent of country included in this Inspectorate, I have been able
to visit all the schools that were in operation for the greater part of the year. Many have
been inspected twice, and the chief graded schools still more frequently.
" In consequence of the establishment of additional schools in outlying districts, it will
soon be impossible to visit them all annually, and I would, therefore, bring beforehand to your
notice the necessity that must shortly arise either for a division of this Inspectorate, or for the
appointment of an Assistant Inspector, in. order that the work of supervision may be done
efficiently. As a large percentage of the teachers employed are without previous experience
in teaching, the ordinary duties of an Inspector in visiting schools under charge of such
teachers are materially increased by the need of actual instruction and illustration in methods
of teaching and conducting the school to the greatest advantage. Until all our teachers are
compelled to have Normal School training, it is evidently an important part of the Inspector's
duty to do this work as much as possible, but it can only be done at the expense of considerable loss of time.
" I have found, with few exceptions, the teachers striving to do their best, frequently
under great disadvantages. The most prominent of these hindrances are, the constant removal
of pupils from one District to another ; the carelessness and indifference of parents in regard
to the children's attendance, since any cause, however trivial, is considered to be sufficient
reason for keeping pupils from school for days or even weeks, and the unwillingness of trustees
in several Assisted Schools to supply the necessary school requisites and accommodation.
"There have been a few cases in which the teacher appears to be only 'keeping school';
in these instances more frequent or longer visits are necessary, as the Inspector would then be
in a position to take more decided action, and to impress on the trustees their duty in the matter.
" In regard to the various subjects taught in the schools I would say that speaking
generally—
"Reading and Spelling are carefully taught as such, but the meaning of the piece read or
of the word given is too frequently neglected by the teacher.
" Arithmetic receives a large share of time, but more constant revision of the simple rules
for training in accuracy in the mechanical part of the subject is greatly needed.
" Grammar and Composition are slowly improving; there is still room for more advance
in practical composition, especially in the form of letter-writing.
"Geography.—More attention is devoted to the geography of our own Dominion and
Empire, but this subject is encumbered with too much unconnected detail.
"History.—This subject is much hindered by the difficulty of the books in use, the wording being often beyond the comprehension of the pupils.
"Anatomy receives more than its due share of attention, and frequently degenerates into
mere memory work, instead of being used as explanatory to the teaching of Hygiene.
" Booh-Keeping.—Many teachers have attempted to instruct their pupils in the complexities of double entry, without any previous knowledge of simpler forms. They should remember
that this subject in our Public Schools is only intended to comprise the simplest elements of
single entry. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 251
" In several schools I have found the pupils promoted according to their ability merely to
read and write, and without any regard to their advancement in other subjects. Hence, when
they try the High School Entrance Examination there is nothing possible but a lamentable
failure.    It would be well for teachers to bear in mind that a knowledge of every branch is
requisite for a complete education. In concluding these general remarks, I would say that it
has been my constant endeavour to impress on the teachers whom I have visited that their
chief aim must be to give their pupils a practical education, and I have desired them to carry
this thought into the teaching of every subject in the curriculum.
" A ' Kootenay Teachers' Association' was formed in January last, and meetings were
held in Nelson on January 2nd and 3rd. There were a number of teachers present, and several
useful papers were given and discussions held on them. It was further proposed to hold the
next annual meeting in January at Rossland, when it is hoped a still larger number of our
teachers will be able to be present, and more useful work will be accomplished.
"In inspecting the work of the various schools of this Inspectorate, I have devoted my
attention hitherto chiefly to the subjects of Reading and Spelling, Writing, Arithmetic,
Geography and Grammar; considering that a thorough knowledge of these subjects, combined
with accuracy of expression and neatness of work, form the foundation of a practical education,
such as should be given in our Public Schools. I annex herewith a detailed report on each
school visited.
" I have the honour to be,
" Sir,
"Your obedient servant,
" William Burns,
"Inspector of Schools."
Yale District.
"Anarchist Mountain.—Inspected, September 2nd, 1898; 12 pupils present.
" The work of this school was decidedly backward.  According to the teacher's report this
was due to irregularity of attendance.
"Armstrong.—Inspected, January 16th and 19th, 1899; 28 pupils present.
" Both work and discipline were satisfactory. Arithmetic with senior classes well advanced,
" Arrowhead.—Inspected, November 3rd, 1898, and March 8th, 1899 ; 21 pupils present.
"Fair work done in this school; junior pupils show considerable progress.
"Black Mountain.—Inspected, August 23rd, 1898, and April 24th, 1899; 8 pupils
present.
" Writing and Grammar poor ; no work at all advanced.
"Blue Springs.—Inspected, January 26th, 1899 ; 18 pupils present.
" Work backward in all subjects. This is due to children being French, and hence frequently not comprehending meaning of questions asked.
"Camp McKinney.—Inspected, April 13th, 1899 ; 10 pupils present.
" Junior work well done.    Pupils all young and school lately opened.
" Cascade City.— Inspected, September 13th, 1898, and March 28th, 1899 ; 18 pupils
present.
" School requisites were deficient and therefore school-work much hindered. Too much
rote-work done.
"Commonage.—Inspected, August 16th, 1898, and April 28th, 1899; 9 pupils present.
" Good work shown by both the teachers in this school.
" Coldstream.—Inspected, January 25th and April 27th, 1899 ; 13 pupils present.
" This school having been closed for some time, the pupils were not at all advanced.
" Deep Creek.—Inspected, January 12th, 1899 ; 18 pupils present.
" Work not pushed on rapidly enough; more variety and energy required from the
teacher. 252 Public Schools Report. 1899
"Ducks.—Inspected, February 22nd, 1899; 11 pupils present.
" Considerable progress has been made by these pupils. Writing good, Grammar still
backword.
" Enderby.—Inspected, January 11th, 1899 ; May 1st, 1899 ; 37 pupils present.
" Pupils have improved  greatly in  discipline and work  under present  teacher.    Room
crowded, classes too numerous.
" Fairview.—Inspected, August 30th, 1899 ; 12 pupils present.
" All work of an elementary character ; children young and making good progress.
"Grand Forks.—Inspected, September 9th, 1898, and April 5th, 1899; 39 pupils
present.
" At first visit the room was too crowded, there being 53 pupils present. Classes were
too numerous, but progress shown.
" Grand Prairie.—Inspected, February 20th, 1899 ; 7 pupils present.
" Junior classes backward.    Writing much improved.
"Greenwood.—Inspected, September 7th, 1898, and April 8th, 1899; 33 pupils present.
" There has been much difficulty with discipline in this school, but now improved in this
respect.    Arithmetic and Grammar backward, and require much more attention.
"Kamloops.—Inspected, February 6th, 1899, and May 8th, 1899 ; 160 pupils present.
" 1st Division, excellent progress has been made in all subjects, especially in Arithmetic.
" 2nd Division, discipline has greatly improved.    Reading too indistinct.
" 3rd Division has improved in all subjects.
" 4th Division, work in all subjects satisfactory.
"Kelowna.—Inspected, August 22nd, 1898, and April 20th, 1899; 24 pupils present.
" Nearly all senior pupils have left; junior work generally good.
"Kettle River.—Inspected, September 12th, 1898, and March 30th, 1899; 16 pupils
present.
" Work satisfactory.
"Lansdowne.—Inspected, January 18th, 1899;  11 pupils present.
" School in good order.
"Mara.—Inspected, May 3rd, 1899; 19 pupils present.
"Satisfactory work shown.    School in good order.
"Midway.—Inspected, September 6th, 1898, and April 11th, 1899; 27 pupils present.
"The work shown in most subjects was poor at first  visit,  but  considerably improved
during the year.
"Niagara.—Inspected, April 4th, 1899; 10 pupils present.
" School but lately opened.    Work not advanced.
"Nicola.—Inspected, February 14th, 1899; 13 pupils present.
" Writing unsatisfactory.    Arithmetic weak, the work incorrect.
"Nicola, Lower.—Inspected, February 15th, 1899; 11 pupils present.
" Grammar poor, much of the work weak; requires more energy from the teacher.
"North Thompson.—Inspected, February 8th, 1899; 14 pupils present.
"All work shown was poor, especially so in Arithmetic and Writing. Discipline weak;
the pupils seemed under little control in school in regard to behaviour. Work badly arranged,
causing much loss of time.
"North Thompson, West.—Inspected, February 8th, 1899; 16 pupils present.
"Work backward, owing to school having been badly opened; all were progressing well.
The pupils gave evidence of careful and diligent teaching.
"Notch Hill.—Inspected, February 24th, 1899; 10 pupils present.
" Reading has greatly improved, but other subjects still somewhat backward. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 253
"Okanagan.—Inspected, August 18th, 1898, and April 21st, 1899; 9 pupils present.
" Writing poor at first visit, but all work much improved during the year.
"Okanagan Mission.—Inspected, April 24th, 1899; 10 pupils present.
"All work very poor.    This is evidently due to irregularity of attendance; many pupils
are kept home, apparently unnecessarily, for half days.
"Okanagan South.—Inspected, August 22nd, 1898, and April 21st, 1899; 15 pupils
present.
" Excellent work shown in this school. The teacher has the good progress of his pupils
thoroughly at heart.
"Okanagan, West.—Inspected, August 19th, 1898; 7 pupils present.
"All work poor.     Grammar,  Spelling and Arithmetic specially so.    Teacher does not
seem to have work sufficiently well planned.
"Otter Lake.—Inspected, January 24th, 1899; 13 pupils present.
" Discipline and order good. Pupils making considerable progress, and school very satisfactorily conducted.
"Okanagan Falls.—Inspected, August, 31st, 1898, and April 15th, 1899; 18 pupils
present.
" Too much individual work done, causing loss of time.    Grammar and Reading weak.
"Peachland.—Inspected, August 25th, 1898, and April 18th, 1899; 28 pupils present.
" The work done in this school deserves the highest praise.    Pupils to be specially commended for regularity of attendance.    Discipline excellent.
"Round Prairie.—Inspected, January 13th, 1899; 15 pupils present.
"Arithmetic much improved.     School in good condition.
"Salmon Arm (Village).—Inspected, February 2nd, 1899, and May 4th, 1899; 24
pupils present.
" Work fair.    Arithmetic taught too individually.
"Salmon Arm (Station).—Inspected, February 3rd, 1899, and May 5th, 1899; 14
pupils present.
" The pupils all making fair progress, but hindered by irregular attendance.
"Savona.—Inspected, February 10th, 1899; 11 pupils present.
" Pupils in higher classes nominally than they should be; the work in Arithmetic and
Grammar specially backward.
" Shuswap.—Inspected, February 23rd, 1899 ; 10 pupils present.
" Work generally good.     Pupils do not " answer out" clearly.
"Similkameen.—Inspected, August 29th, 1898; 11 pupils present.
" Order good.     Arithmetic and Grammar require to be taught more thoroughly.
"Spallumcheen.—Inspected, January 17th, 1899; 16 pupils present.
" Discipline and order good.    Work slow in several subjects.
" Vernon.—Inspected, August 16th, 1898; January 20th, 1899, and April 25th, 1899 ;
101 pupils present.
" 1st Division, Reading poor, too much review in other subjects. Work generally slow in
character.
" 2nd Division, considerable progress has been made in this Division, specially in Writing.
" 3rd Division, work improving in neatness, Writing poor.
" 4th Division, pupils kept well at work.     Reading and Writing well taught.
" West Kootenay District.
" Ainsworth.—Inspected, October 20th, 1898, and January 6th 1899; 23 pupils present.
" This school making good progress in all subjects.
"Brooklyn.—Inspected, November 10th, 1898; 13 pupils present.
" This school having been open but a short time the work was necessarily backward, but
progressing well. 254 Public Schools Report. 1899
" Illecillewaet.—Inspected, March 3rd, 1899 ; 8 pupils present.
" Work satisfactory, but hindered by dissensions in the district.
" Kaslo.—Inspected, October 21st, 1898; December 12th, 1898; March 16th, 1899;
May 22nd, 1899; 107 pupils present in October, but rather fewer at other visits.
" 1st Division, discipline much improved during the year. More written work needed by
elder pupils.
" 2nd Division, work shown fair, needs more life and variety.
" 3rd Division, Reading from script and Writing well done.
"Nakusp.—Inspected, November 1st, 1898 and March 9th, 1899; 20 pupils present.
" This school shows great improvement during the year.
"Nelson.—Inspected, November 14th, 1898, and March 13th, 1899. In addition, frequent visits were made at other times.
" Discipline and order much improved during the year. The work has been hindered in
all classes by sickness and want of sufficient accommodation.
" 1st Division has made great progress in all subjects. The other divisions are also in a
satisfactory condition. In the primer classes Reading has been taught from script, with excellent results.
"New Denver.—Inspected, October 27th, 1898, and May 15th, 1899; 24 pupils present.
" Senior  work  poor,  great difficulty  in  getting  these pupils  to work with any energy.
Arithmetic backward.    Work not neatly set down.
" Pilot Bay'.—Inspected, October 19th, 1898, and March 15th, 1899 ; 10 pupils present.
" Writing particularly neat.    Grammar weak, but improved during the year.
" Revelstoke.—Inspected, November 7th, 1898; January 9th, 1899; March 6th, 1899;
May 11th, 1899; 123 pupils present.
" Discipline has much improved during this year. The progress of the pupils has also
been satisfactory in all the divisions.
"Rossland.—Inspected, September 15th, 1898 ; November 21st, 1898; December 14th,
1898, and March 21st, 1899.
" The constant influx of new pupils and consequent difficulty in grading these has given
much additional work to the teachers. Discipline satisfactory in all the divisions. Excellent
work in higher subjects has been done in the higher divisions. Reading with script well
taught in the primer classes.
"Salmo.—Inspected, June 21st, 1899; 13 pupils present.
" This school has only been re-opened one month after being closed for a year, hence pupils
are all backward.
" Sandon.—Inspected, October 26th 1898, and May 26th, 1899 ; 34 pupils present.
" Good average of work shown.    Until the appointment of a  second teacher the pupils
were in too many classes for good progress.
" Silverton.—Inspected, October 28th, 1898, and May 18th, 1899; 13 pupils present.
" Work all backward, especially with Arithmetic and Grammar.     Order good.
"Slocan City.—Inspected, October  31st, 1898, and May 18th, 1899; 42 pupils present.
" Discipline much improved.    WTork still backward, but has greatly advanced during the
year.
" Three Forks.—Inspected, October 25th, 1898 ; 7 pupils present.
" Work slow, lacking in energy.    Arithmetic backward.    Order good.
" Trail.—Inspected, September 19th, 1898 ; November 29th, 1898, and June 19th, 1899 ;
104 pupils present.
" Work has advanced in all the Divisions. Considerable attention has been given to
Composition in 1st Division. Reading and Arithmetic good in 2nd Division. In the 3rd
Division pupils well taught in Writing and Reading from script.
" Trout Lake.—Inspected, November 4th, 1898 ; 13 pupils present.
" Waiting good, Reading and Spelling fair, other work backward. Great improvement
made since former inspection. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 255
"Ymir.—Inspected, September 27th, 1898, and December 9th, 1898 ; 20 pupils present.
" Discipline and order have been improved.    Much   of the work backward.    Arithmetic
good.    Writing and Grammar both require more attention."
"East Kootenay District.
" Cranbrook.—Inspected, June 14th, 1899 ; 19 pupils present.
" The temporary building at  present in use is  very unsuitable for school purposes, hence
writing is poor.    Other subjects makng fair progress.
" Donald.—Inspected, March 1st, 1899 ; 34 pupils present.
" School  in  bad   condition, owing  chiefly  to  irregularity of attendance from removal of
parents.    Discipline in 1st Division bad, room too noisy.    Work well taken in 2nd Division.
"Field.—Inspected, February 27th, 1899 ; 15 pupils present.
" Room too crowded.    Work backward, especially in Grammar  and Arithmetic.    Order
good.
" Fort Steele.—Inspected, October 3rd, 1898, and June 9th, 1899 ; 51 pupils present.
" Discipline good.     Work not sufficiently  advanced in  Arithmetic,  Grammar and Geography.    Junior room showing good progress.
" Golden.—Inspected, February 28th, 1899 ; 37 pupils present.
" Discipline good.    Work progressing satisfactorily in most subjects.
" Moyie City.—Inspected, June 15th, 1899 ; 14 pupils present.
" Work progressing well, but not advanced in any of the subjects.
"Tobacco Plains.—Inspected, October 8th, 1898 ; 8 pupils present.
" Work shown was satisfactory, but many pupils absent on day of inspection.
"Wardner.—Inspected, October 6th, 1898, and June 13th, 1899 ; 11 pupils present.
" School in good order and discipline.    Pupils making good progress, but the attendance
has much diminished by removals from the place.
"Windermere.—Inspected, June 5th, 1899; 15 pupils present.
" Considerable progress has been made  by this school, although  many subjects are still
backward." 256 Public Schools Report. 1899
REPORT OF INSPECTOR COWPERTHWAITE.
"Vancouver, B.C.,
"June 1st, 1899.
"Alexander Robinson, Esq., B.A.,
"Superintendent of Education, Victoria.
" Sir,—I have the honour herewith to submit a report on the schools of Inspectoral
District No. 2, visited during the six months from November 25th, 1898, to May 31st, 1899.
" As stated in a former report, the district is very large, and, as many of the schools are
difficult of access and far apart, the position of Inspector is no sinecure.
" As Inspectors are human, and therefore liable to err, it is quite possible that my judgment of the work done in some of the schools on the date of my visit may be at fault.
" It will readily be seen that I have taken up the schools by Electoral Districts, according
to the order followed in Table E of the Annual Report.
" Cariboo—Though I was desirous of visiting the schools in this part of the Province, on
account of the heavy expense attached, they were not inspected.
" Cassiar—For the reason above given, Bella Coola, Rivers Inlet, and Simpson have had
to be neglected.
" Lillooet—It had been my intention to visit, in June, Clinton, in the East; Hat Creek,
Lillooet, and Pavilion, in the West Riding of this district, but I was unable to do so. They
were, however, inspected twice last year.
" New Westminster City—Dates of visits :
January 9th to 13th,
March 8th,
March 13th to 16th,
May 29th and 30th—12 days.
" Vancouver City—Dates of visits :
November 25th to 29th,
December 2nd,
December 7th to 16th,
January 16th,
January 23rd,
February 1st to 16th,
April 10th to 17th,
May 16th to 23rd—38 days.
"The teachers of Westminster and Vancouver are, with a few exceptions, doing very
good work. In some divisions, the work is truly excellent; in many the term ' good' applies,
while in a few it must be ranked as ' poor.'
" In my judgment, the limit, or course of study, followed in Arithmetic in these cities is
too heavy, especially in the primary grades. To do the work, much more than the time
apportioned to the subject by such standard writers as Currie has to be taken.
"Drawing, and Elementary Science, or, as it is called in some places, 'Useful Knowledge,'
should be more systematically taken up. The teaching of these subjects need not occupy
much time, but even if it did the time would be better spent than in ' grinding' at arithmetic
about 1| hours each day. 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
257
1 Westminster—Chilliwhack Riding.
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Mt. Lehman	
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May 1st ...
May 3rd ...
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"Ten of the schools in this Riding are within easy distance of the town of Chilliwhack.
The struggle for existence, so painfully apparent in many sections of this Inspectorate, where
a man may spend all the years of his life or a great deal of money in clearing even a small
farm, is not now in evidence here.
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6
34
18
5
7
7
4
10
5
12
15
10
33
U
6
13
5
9
0
4
2
8
8
6
10
6
4
12
2
37
11
6
2
6
5
12
4
6
17
4
Grounds.
Aldergrove	
April 20th & 21st (Ex'd)
Good	
Excellent.
Fair to good.
Pair	
Good	
Fair	
Good	
Fair	
Good	
Excellent . . .
Fair to good.
Poor 	
1 Excellent .
//
Good	
Excellent . ..
Excellent . . .
Good	
Fair	
Good	
Good.
Pair.
Good to excellent.
| Fair	
Good	
}	
Fair to good	
((a) Gd. to excel't
\(b) Fair to good.
Fair to good	
Good	
Good.
Boundary Bay	
Clayton	
Cloverdale -J
Delta	
January 31st	
February 28th	
Good.
April 18th & 19th (Ex'd)
January 20th	
January 27th	
March 7th	
"
Glenvalley	
Gulfside -1
//
March 1st  	
Kensington, East. .
March 1st 	
(None.)
Langley 	
Langley, East	
Mud Bay	
February 20th 	
February 21st	
March 2nd	
Good.
Fair.
Good.
March 28th	
Fair to good	
Good to excellent.
Fair to good	
Fair to good.
Poor to fair.
Fair.
Poor.
Good.
Port Kells	
Tynehead	
Sunbury 	
Surrey Centre	
January 30th	
January 31st	
January 26th	
February 28th 	
Fair to good	
„ 258
Public Schools Report.
1899
'■ Dewdney Riding.
Date of Visit.
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27
20
37
44
32
17
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30
22
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present.
Condition of
Classes.
Condition of
Building.
Condition of
Name of School
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2
5
24
19
8
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12
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14
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Grounds.
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February 24th	
March 30th	
Good	
Good
Poor........
Good	
Fair	
Good	
Fair to good.
Good	
Gd. & excel't
Excellent . . .
Fair	
Excellent . ..
Fair to good.
Fair to good.
Hammond	
March 9th	
May 11th	
March 23rd	
\ Good to excel't
//
Fair to good	
in session.
Fair.
Haney, East	
March 23rd	
February 24th  ........
March 3rd	
Fair.
{
{
s .
Mav 10th	
Good to excellent.
(a) „              \
(b) „               J
(a)          „              \
(!>)          <•              J
Good	
March 9th	
Maple Ridge
May 8th and 9th (Ex'd)
March 30th	
93
23
32
Excellent.
Mission	
Morris Valley
Port Moody.
April 24th & 25th (Ex'd)
May 12th	
March 3rd	
88
14
22
23
12
23
29
4
9
6
4
10
31
4
8
5
4
3
Good.
(None.)
Fair to good.
March 22nd	
March 24th	
March 22nd	
Fair	
: Richmond Riding.
Bowen Island ..
Burnaby	
Burnaby, West.
Centre Road ...
English	
Howe Sound ...
Lulu	
Moodyville  ....
North Arm	
Sea Island ..   ..    -
Squamish	
Steveston 	
Vancouver, East..
Vancouver, South.
December 1st..
February 17th
February 17th
January 24th..
May 25th	
January 24th..
May 26th	
January 17th..
March 17th . ..
January 24th. .
May 25th	
May 31st	
November 30th	
January 17th and 18th
February 27th	
January 25th	
Sch
ool
clos
27
16
6
58
22
18
11
6
0
15
3
6
14
8
5
17
5
7
23
13
6
40
18
11
Sch
ool
not
54
18
14
77
25
18
16
8
5
54
15
26
48
18
19
24
10
9
ed.
Fair	
Fair to good	
(    	
Good  	
ii    	
in session.
Good	
((a) Gd. to excel't
\{b) F'air to good.
Good	
Fair to good ....
Good to excellent.
Gd. to excel't
Excellent . . .
Poor	
Good	
a    	
Fair	
Good	
I'air	
| Pair & ex't
Good	
Excellent . . .
// ...
Fair to good.
Good.
//
(None.)
Fair.
Gd. to excel't
Good.
Poor.
Fair to good.
Good.
Poor.
Good.
a
Fair.
■ Yale—West Riding.
May 15th     47
10
10
Fair to good Good  Poor to fair.
" All the other schools in this Riding, except Lower Nicola and Savona, which are in
Inspectoral District No. 3, were visited in October, 1898.
" In conclusion, permit me to mention the fact that some teachers in this Inspectorate
are under the impression that the use of the Bible in our public schools is prohibited, and to
state that I cannot so interpret Article 16 of the Rules and Regulations.
" I have the honour to be,
" Sir,
" Your obedient servant,
' F. M. Cowperthwaite,
"Inspector of Schools." 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 259
REPORT OF INSPECTOR NETHERBY.
" Victoria, B.C., October, 1899.
" Alexander Robinson, Esq., B.A.,
"Superintendent of Education, Victoria, B.C.
" Sir,—I have the honour to submit for your information my report on the standing of
the schools in Inspectorate No. 1 for the school year 1898-99.
" Generally speaking, this year has been more satisfactory than its predecessor in all that
pertains to the welfare and progress of the schools of which I purpose giving a synopsis, showing
their present standing.
" I visited all the schools in this Inspectorate except those on the West Coast, making
in all 221 official visits.
" Experience shows that our best teachers accomplish much work valuable to the pupils
which we are unable to discover by examination. I believe the inspection which endeavours
to encourage and help both teacher and pupil of vastly more service to the school than that
which brings the weak points in teaching forward or the discovery of what the pupils do not
know. By observing the usual work of the school one learns how, and in what spirit,
instruction is given, what influences are working upon the moral, mental and physical powers
of the pupils, in what manner they apply themselves, and whether the surroundings of the
school are such as will develop or crush the nobler instincts of their nature.
" The true teacher will endeavour to educate, in the true sense of the word, the pupils
over whom he presides; he will draw them by precept and example into the paths of truth,
honesty, charity and loyalty; he will instruct them in neatness, and how to become orderly
citizens; and this will run concurrently with the development of the mental faculties and the
imparting of knowledge. This will be his constant work; and following this, trustees and
parents will remember that his value depends upon his influence in moulding the character of
his pupils.
"I have the honour to be,
" Sir,
" Your obedient servant,
(Signed)        "S. B. Netherby,
"Inspector of Schools."
" The following synopsis shows the standing of the various schools of this Inspectorate :
"Alberni.—Inspected, November 9th, 1898. The work of all the classes was satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
"Alberni (Beaver Creek).—Inspected, November 10th, 1898. School work satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
" Alexandria.—Inspected, January 24th, 1899. This school had been recently opened,
and was, at the time of my visit, in the hands of a substitute. The, work was fairly progressive.    Order and discipline fair.
"Beaver Point.—Inspected, October 7th, 1898, and March 20th, 1899. Standing of
school satisfactory.     Order and discipline good.
" Borgoyne Bay.—Inspected, October 6th, 1898, and March 21st, 1899. Progress fair.
Order and discipline fair.
"Cadboro.—Inspected, September 28th, December 2nd, 1898; January 20th, May 15th,
1899.    Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Cedar Hill.—Inspected, September 26th, December 21st, 1898; January 19th, May
17th, 1899.    Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Cedar East.—Inspected, October 21st, 1898, and February 16th, 1899. Progress slow,
owing, no doubt, to a frequent change of teachers.    Order good.
" Cedar North.—Inspected, October 21st, 1898, and February 16th, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Order and discipline good. 260 Public Schools Report. 1899
"Cedar, South.—Inspected, October 20th, 1898, and February 15th, 1899. Progress
and discipline good.
"Chase River.—Inspected, October 24th, 1898, and February 24th, 1899. Order good.
Class standing and discipline fair.
"Chemainus.—Inspected, August 18th, December 13th, 1898; February 27th, 1899.
Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Chemainus Landing.—Inspected, August 19th, December 13th, 1898; February 27th,
1899.    Progress not satisfactory.    Order and discipline weak.
"Colwood.—Inspected, September 19th, 1898, and March 7th, 1899. Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Comox.—Inspected, September 8th, 1898, and April 20th, 1899. Progress satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
"Courtenay.—Inspected, September 6th, 1898; January 31st, April 24th, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Cowichan.—Inspected, December 5th, 1898, and March 2nd, 1899. Excellent work is
being done in this school.    Order and discipline good.
" Craigflower.—Inspected, September 16th, 1898, and April 10th, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Denman Island.—Inspected, September 1st, 1898, and April 19th, 1899. Subjects well
taught.    Order and discipline good.
" Departure Bay.—Inspected August 23rd, October 31st, December 8th, 1898; February
10th, 1899.    Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Duncan.—Inspected, August 17th, December 6th, 1898; February 28th, May 2nd, 1899.
Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Elk Lake.—Inspected, October 3rd, 1898; January 18th, May 11th, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Esquimalt.—Inspected October 3rd, 1898; January 18th, May 11th, 1899. Progress
not satisfactory.    Order and discipline fair.
" Gabriola, North.—Inspected, August 25th, 1898. Progress satisfactory. Order and
discipline fair.
" Gabriola South.—Inspected, August 25th, 1898. Progress fair. Order and discipline
fair.
" Galiano Island.—Inspected, October 13th, 1898, and April 13th, 1899. Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Ganges.—Inspected, October 5th, 1898, and March 21st, 1899. Progress satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
" Goldstream.—Inspected, September 21st, 1898, and March 10th, 1899. Progress fair.
Order and discipline fair.
"Gordon Head.—Inspected, September 26th, 1898, and January 9th, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.     Order and discipline good.
" Grantham.—Inspected September 7th, 1898, February 1st, 1899. Progress satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
"Harewood, Div. 1.—Inspected, August 26th, October 25th, December 9th, 1898, and
January 23rd, 1899.     Progress fairly satisfactory.    Order and discipline fair.
"Harewood, Div. 2.—Inspected, August 26th, October 25th, December 9th, 1898, and
January 23rd, 1899.     Pupils are progressing.    Order and discipline good.
"Highland.—Inspected, September 22nd, 1898, and March 11th, 1899. Both work and
discipline were satisfactory.
" Hornby.—Inspected August 31st, 1898. Progress satisfactory. Order and discipline
good.
" Lake.—Inspected, August 22nd, September 3rd, November 21st, 1898; March 16th,
May 12th, 1899.    Progress fairly satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
" Malahat.—Inspected, August 15th, December 16th, 1898; March 3rd, 1899. Excellent work is being done in this school.    Order and discipline good.
Maple Bay.—Inspected, August 17th, 1898, and March 1st, 1899. Progress satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
" Mayne Island.—Inspected, October 12th, 1898, and April 12th, 1899. School in a
prosperous condition, the work being neatly and accurately executed. Order and discipline
good. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 261
" Metchosin.—Inspected, September 19th, 1898 ; March 7th, June 1st, 1899. Excellent
work is being done in this school.    Order and discipline good.
"Mountain, Division 1.—Inspected, August 29th, October 26th, December 6th, 1898;
February 13th, 1899.    Work very satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
Mountain, Division 2.-—Inspected, August 29th, October 26th, December 6th, 1898 ;
February 13th, 1899.    Progress fairly satisfactory.    Order and discipline fair.
"Nanaimo High School.—Inspected, August 24th, November 3rd, December 12th,
1898 ; February 24th, 1899. Examined June 14th, 15th, 16th and 19th, 1899. Standing of
classes good.    General management satisfactory.
"Nanaimo Central.—Inspected, August 24th, October 27th, December 12th, 1898;
February 23rd, April 18th, 1899. Examined June 19th, 20th and 21st, 1899. Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
" Nanaimo, North Ward.—Inspected, August 24th, October 19th, 1898; February
17th, April 18th, 1899.    Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
" Nanaimo, South Ward.—Inspected, August 24th, December 12th, 1898; February
17th, April 18th, 1899.    Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Nanaimo Bay.—Inspected, December 9th, 1898, and February 14th, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Order and discipline fair.
" Nanaimo, North.—Inspected, August 26th, October 25th, December 9th, 1898 ; January 24th, 1899.    Progress fairly satisfactory.     Order and discipline good.
" Nanaimo, South.—Inspected, August 26th, October 24th, December 9th, 1898 ; Febru-
ruary 14th, 1899.    Progress not satisfactory.    Order and discipline weak.
"Nanoose.—Inspected, November 16th, 1898. Progress satisfactory. Order and discipline good.
"Northpield, Division 1.—Inspected, August 29th, October 26th, December 6th, 1898
February 13th, 1899.     Progress unsatisfactory.    Order and discipline fair only.
"Northfield, Division 2.—Inspected, August 29th, October 26th, December 6th, 1898
February 13th, 1899.    General standing good.    Order and discipline good.
Northfield, Division 3.—Inspected, August 29th, October 26th, December 6th,  1898
February 13th, 1899.    Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline only fair.
"Oak Bay.—Inspected, September 15th, 1898; January 20th, May 16th, 1899. Progress unsatisfactory (probably irregular attendance injures the standing). Order and discipline only fair.
" Oyster North.—Inspected, October 20th, 1898, and February 15th, 1899. Progress
fair.    Order and discipline good.
" Parkesville.—Inspected, November 14th, 1898. Progress very satisfactory. Order
and discipline good.
"Pender Island.—Inspected, October 14th, 1898, and April 12th, 1899. Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Prospect.—Inspected, November 21st, 1898 ; March 15th, May 11th, 1899. General
standing of school good.     Order and discipline good.
"Puntledge.—Inspected, September 7th, 1898, and February 1st, 1899.- Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Qualicum.—Inspected, November 15th, 1898. Progress satisfactory. Order and discipline very fair.
" Quamichan.—Inspected, December 14th, 1898, and May 1st, 1899. Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Rocky Point.—Inspected, September 21st, 1898, and March 8th, 1899. Order good.
Standing fair.
"Saanich North.—Inspected, October 10th, 1898, and March 13th, 1899. Subjects
well taught.    General management of classes satisfactory.
"Saanich South.—Inspected, October 11th, 1898, and March 14th, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Class standing good.    Order and discipline good.
"Saanich West.—Inspected, October 11th, 1898, and March 14th, 1899. Classification
good.    Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
" Sahtlam.—Inspected, August 16th, 1898, and May 5th, 1899. Progress satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
"Shawnigan.—Inspected, August 15th, December 15th, 1898; March 2nd, 1899. Subjects well taught.    School well conducted generally.    Order good. 262 Public Schools Report. 1899
"Sidney.—Inspected, October 10th, 1898, and March 13th, 1899. Progress satisfactory.
Classes in good standing.     Order and discipline good.
" Somenos.—Inspected, August 16th, December 14th, 1898 ; March 1st, 1899. Standing
of classes good.    General management satisfactory.    Order good.
"Sooke.—Inspected, September 20th, 1898, and March 9th, 1899. Progress fair. Order
and discipline fair.
" Sooke East.—Inspected, September 20th, 1898. Progress slow owing to irregular
attendance.    Order and discipline good.
" Strawberry Vale.—Inspected, September 22nd, 1898, and March 15th, 1899. Progress satisfactory.    Standing of classes good.    Order and discipline good.
"Tolmie, Division 1.—Inspected, September 28th, December 20th, 1898; May 19th, 1899.
Progress unsatisfactory.    Order and discipline weak.
" Tolmie, Division 2.—Inspected, September 28th, December 20th, 1898; May 19th, 1899.
Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Tolmie, Division 3.—Inspected September 28th, December 20th, 1898; May 19th,
1899.    Class standing good.    Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Union, Division 1.—Inspected, September 6th, 1898, and April 21st, 1899. Subjects
well taught.    General management excellent.    Order and discipline good.
"Union, Division 2.—Inspected, September 6th, 1898; April 21st, 1899. Progress unsatisfactory.    Order and discipline weak.
"Union, Division 3.—Inspected, September 2nd, 1S98, and April 21st, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Union, Division 4.—Inspected, September 2nd, 1898, and April 21st, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.     Order and discipline fair.
" Union Wharf.—Inspected, September 1st, 1898: January 25th, April 20th, 1899.
Progress fairly satisfactory.    Order and discipline fair.
"Vesuvius.—Inspected, October 4th, 1898 ; March 22nd and 23rd, 1899. Subjects well
taught.    School well conducted generally.    Order and discipline good.
" Vesuvius North.—Inspected, October 5th, 1898 and March 22nd, 1899. Progress
fairly satisfactory.    Order and discipline weak.
"Victoria PIigh School.—Inspected, September 30th, 1898; January 12th, May 30th,
1899. Examined, June 14th, 15th and 16th, 1899. Standing of classes good. General management satisfactory.
"Victoria Boys' School.—Inspected, September 29th, November 25th, 1898; January
6th, May 26th, 1899. Examined, June 19th, 20th and 21st, 1899. Progress satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
" Victoria Girls' School.—Inspected, September 29th, November 25th, 1898; January
11th, May 26th, 1899. Examined, June 19th, 20th and 21st, 1899. Progress satisfactory.
Order and discipline good.
" Victoria, South Park School.—Inspected, September 12th, November 12th, 1898;
January 10th, March 30th, 1899. Examined, June 19th, 20th and 21st, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
" Victoria, North Ward School.—Inspected, September 14th, November 29th, 1898 ;
January 9th, March 28th, 1899. Examined, June 19th, 20th and 21st, 1899. Progress satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
" Victoria, West School.—Inspected, September 13th, December 2nd, 1898; January
5th, March 17th and May 13th, 1899. Examined, June 19th, 20th and 21st, 1899. Progress
satisfactory.    Order and discipline good.
"Victoria, Spring Ridge School.—Inspected, September 15th, December 2nd, 1898 ;
January 13th, March 17th and May 23rd, 1899. Progress satisfactory. Order and discipline
good.
"Wellington.—Inspected, August 30th, November 1st, 1898; February 10th, May
30th, 1899. Examined, June 19th, 20th and 21st, 1899. Standing of classes good. General
management satisfactory." 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
263
REPORTS OF BOARDS OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF CITY DISTRICTS.
 o	
City of Nanaimo.
"Nanaimo, B. C, 4th November,  1899.
"Alexander Robinson,  Esq., B. A.,
" Superintendent of Education,   Victoria, B.  C:
" Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the report of the Board of Public School
Trustees of Nanaimo City School District for the year ending 30th June, 1899.
"As anticipated in the report of last year, owing to the increase in the attendance at the
Central and North and South Ward Schools, it was found necessary to re-open two rooms.
This was done in the month of November last, two additional teachers being appointed. Since
the winter holidays the attendance has steadily increased from month to month until there is
every prospect that in the course of a few months the Trustees will be compelled to provide
additional accommodation.
" Early in the present school-year seven lots adjoining the Central School grounds (which
had been leased for about three years) were purchased ; ample accommodation for the recreation of the scholars is now provided, and when the work now under contract is completed,
these grounds will be all that can be desired.
" The general business of the schools has been attended to by the Trustees at their regular
monthly meetings, and by a systematic course of visiting they have been kept fully aware of
the needs of the various departments.
"The death of the late William McGregor in November, 1898, who, at the time of his
decease, was Chairman of the Board, was very much regretted by his associates. For over four
years he had taken an active interest in all school matters and proved himself a true friend of
our schools.
" Enclosed is a statement of the expenditures for the year ending 30th June, 1899, as
well as a memorandum of the value of the several school properties.
"I have the honour to be,
" Sir,
" Your obedient servant,
" S.  Gough,
"Secretary."
"Annual Report of the Nanaimo City Board of School Trustees for the Year
ending June 30th,  1899.
" Expenditures.
Amount  paid for
Teachers' Sal-
$10,960
Amount paid for
Incidental Expenses.
2,681.55
Amount paid for
School Sites,
construction of
School Buildings,
2,350
Amount paid for
Furniture and
Repairs.
09
Amount paid for
other purposes.
$43.73
Total.
3,328.37 264
Public Schools Report.
1899
'School Property.
Names of School
Buildings.
High School. .
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North Ward .
South Ward. .
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"4th November, 1899.
"S. Gough,
Secretary Board of School Trustees."
City of New Westminster.
"New Westminster, B. C, October 9th, 1899.
"Alexander Robinson, B. A.,
"Superintendent of Education, Victoria, B. C:
"Sir,—I have the honour to submit herewith the report of the Board of School Trustees
of New Westminster for the year ending June 30th, 1899.
" The attendance in the schools has been steadily increasing during the year. In the
month of May the Board found the pressure upon the lower divisions of Westside and Central
so great that it was necessary to create two new divisions to accommodate the pupils. At
Westside the Board erected a one-roomed addition to the school building, and placed the new
division therein under the charge of Miss Ila Marshall. At Central, the music room was
utilized for the new division there, and Miss Edith Lewis placed in charge. The latter room
is a mixed one, constituted by drafting the younger boys from the 6th division of the boys'
school and the younger girls from the 7th division of the girls' school. The room is known as
the 7th division of the boys' school.
" The Board still continues the teaching of vocal music under Mr. Rushton. The hours
for music are so arranged that they do not interfere with the use of the room for the 7th
division of the boys' school during school hours.
"At present there is not an available room in any of our schools, and as the attendance
is still on the increase the Board are even now considering the necessity of building an addition
to the Central. This matter has been delayed for some time, but the erection of a new school
must be undertaken in the near future.
" The relations between the Board and the City Council have been very friendly during
the past year, and all have worked together for the good of the schools.
" The meetings of the Board have been held regularly every month, and special meetings
have also been held as occasion required.
" The members of the Board have regularly visited the schools, and have kept closely in
touch with their working. No effort has been spared to make the rooms comfortable for the
pupils. The school grounds have also had the careful attention of the Board. I enclose you
herewith a statement of expenditures for the year ending 30th June, 1899, as well as a memorandum of the value of the various school properties. The former statement is approximate, as
the account book containing the details of expenditure from June 30th, 1898, to September,
1898, was destroyed in the fire of September 10th, 1898.
" I have the honour to be,
" Sir,
" Your obedient servant,
"F. W. Howay, Secretary." 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
265
: Annual Report of the New Westminster City Board of School Trustees for the
Year ending June 30th,  1899.
'■ Expenditures.
Amount paid for
Teachers' Sal-
$15,667
Amount paid for
Incidental Expenses.
Amount paid for
School Sites,
construction of
School Buildings,
&c.
Amount paid for
Furniture and
Repairs.
Amount paid for
other purposes.
Total.
$1,040
$450
$816.50
$228.92
$18,202 42
: The above figures are only approximate, the Secretary's account books having been destroyed in the fire of
September, 1898.
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}    1,400
I 20,000
■J    2,000
- 55,200
//        (new school)	
1891
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[ 25,000
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Westside	
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1889
1899
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100 ft. each.
|      750
1,000
1,500
3,250
Sapperton	
1890
n
4
8 city lots. .
800
2,000
3,000
5,800
$64,250
" Octo&er #0iSA, 2*99.
"F. W. Howay,
■Secretary, Board of School Trustees."
City of Vancouver.
"Vancouver, B.  C, October 2nd,  1899.
"Alexander Robinson, Esq., B. A.,
" Superintendent of Education,   Victoria :
" Sir,—I have the honour herewith to submit the Report of the Board of School Trustees
for the school-year ended June 30th, 1899.
"Throughout the year there has been a steady increase in the number of pupils. In
1896-7 the total number attending the different schools was 2,644 ; in 1897-8 this number had
increased to 2,983, while at the time of writing we have 3,166 enrolled.
" The educational needs of these children are ministered to by a staff of 66 teachers, most
of whom are doing satisfactory work. Luring the year five additional teachers have been
added to the staff.
" In April the services of Mr. Robinson, for several years Principal of the High School,
were, in one sense of the word, lost to the city through his appointment to the position of 266
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1899
Superintendent of Education.      While the Board was sorry to lose so able a teacher its members know that, in a broader sense, they still can lay claim to a share of his attention.
" The sixteen-roomed buildings in the West and East of the city are now fully occupied
and, in the near future, new houses will have to be erected in either end. In August provision
was made for opening two new rooms on Campbell Avenue, and, as the Fairview School is now
full, and that portion of Vancouver growing rapidly, additional accommodation will soon have
to be provided there.
"Enclosed please find tabular statements showing the expenditure for the year and the
value of school properties. " I have the honour to be,
" Sir,
" Your obedient servant,
"C. W. Murray,
" Secretary, Board of School Trustees."
'■ Annual Report of the Vancouver City Board of School Trustees for the Year
ending June 30th,  1899.
" Expenditures.
Amount paid for
Teachers' Salaries.
Amount paid for
Incidental Expenses.
Amount paid for
School Sites,
construction of
School Buildings,
etc.
Amount paid for
Furniture and
Repairs.
Amount paid for
other purposes.
Total.
$42,200
$2,005.61
$12,078.54
$56,284.15
'School Property.
Names of School Buildings.
Mt. Pleasant...
old
East	
West	
„    old	
High	
Fairview	
Central	
1892-97
1888
1890-97
1892-97
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1892
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4,000
2,500
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4,350
26,000
50,000
950x264   „
3,375
27,000
55,000
261x122   „
6,000
4,000
200x250  „
2,100
16,000
30,000
520x264  a
900
18,200
3,250
250x265   a
2,250
32,000
25,000
67,800
6,500
80,350
85,375
10,000
48,100
22,350
59,250
$379,725
" November 9th, 1899."
"C. W. Murray,
"Secretary, Board of School Trustees. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. 267
City op Victoria.
"Victoria, B. C, Oct. 16th, 1899.
"Alexander Robinson, Esq., B. A.,
"Superintendent of Education,   Victoria, B.  C:
" Dear Sir,—I have the honour to submit to you, as required by law, a report of the
proceedings of the Trustees of Victoria City School District for the school-year ending June
30th, 1899.
" Early in the year the Hillside School building, which had been in disuse for a long
time, was repaired and refurnished and two Primary Classes were removed thither from the
North Ward School, where the accommodation available for these classes was unsuitable.
Later on, to meet the requirements of increasing attendance, a third teacher was added to the
staff of Hillside School, and to that of the Spring Ridge School as well.
" During the winter months, November to March, the High School was required to
extend its afternoon sessions until 3.30. A similar extension of the afternoon sessions of the
other schools would probably have been made had the Regulations of the Department permitted.
"A protracted controversy over the appropriation for 1898 occurred between the Board
and the City Council. The Board had asked for $49,900 ; the Council refused to appropriate
more than $43,000. The Board's contention was that the needs of the school must determine
the amount of the appropriation; the Council's, that the appropriation must be limited by the
revenue derived from the Government grant and the special tax of two mills on real estate.
The legal points in controversy were furnished by some of the provisions of sections 137 and
138 of the Municipal Clauses Act and sections 37 and 38 of the School Act. Towards the
end of 1898 the Council made a supplementary appropriation sufficient to meet the requirements of that year. The questions then at issue have not since been raised, but it is not
impossible that they may, unless the law governing the matter is amended.
" At the close of 1898 the Board published in pamphlet form a Report of the schools for
the calendar year, a copy of which was sent to every ratepayer in the City. A copy of the
Report was also forwarded to the Department.
"At the January election of Trustees, Dr. Lewis Hall, A. G. McCandless and Mrs. Gordon
Grant were elected. Of the retiring Trustees, Dr. Hall was the only one who offered for
re-election. Mrs. Jenkins, who had been a very efficient Trustee, was unable to do so because
of her removal from the City. Charles Hayward, Esq., whose term of Trusteeship had also
expired, declined to offer for re-election. His service as Trustee had extended over fifteen
consecutive years, during the last ten of which he had with marked ability and tact performed
the duties of Chairman of the Board.      His successor as Chairman is R. B. McMicking, Esq.
"To relieve the over-crowded condition of the Primary Classes of three of the schools permission was obtained from the Department to divide each of these classes into two sections,
one to attend in the forenoon and the other in the afternoon during the last three months of
the year. The classes, so divided, made much more satisfactory progress than would have been
possible otherwise.
" The system of promotions hitherto in vogue had resulted in very great inequality in the
distribution of pupils among the divisions of the larger schools; the upper classes generally
being comparatively small and the lower classes unduly crowded. To remedy this evil a regulation was adopted providing that no division should consist of less than forty-five or more
than fifty-five pupils, and that redistributions should be made as often as might be necessary
to maintain this degree of numerical equality.
" Other regulations adopted during the year provide :—
" (a.) That teachers of Primary Classes must hold not lower than Second Class Certificates, and all others not lower than First Class Certificates.
" (b.) That the salaries of Primary teachers shall range from $450 to $750; of
Intermediates from $540 to $750, and of Grammar Class teachers from $650 to $900.
Principals may receive an additional sum not exceeding $300, at the discretion of the Board. 268
Public Schools Report.
1899
"(c.) That increases of salary up to $600 shall be at the discretion of the Board; but
increases above that figure shall depend upon the teacher's rating—superior, good, or fair—in
the report of the City Superintendent. A rating of good for two consecutive terms in both
organization and instruction entitles a teacher to $30.00 increase, of superior to $50.00
increase.
" (d.) That no deduction shall be made from the salary of any teacher for absence from
duty on account of illness, provided such absence shall not exceed ten days in any term.
" In March last, Ben. Williams, Esq., Secretary of the Board,' resigned after seven and a
half years of efficient service in that capacity, and the duties of the office were thereupon
added to those of the City Superintendent, who, however, was given an office assistant.
"The Board met twenty-four times during the year for the dispatch of business.
" The expenditure for the year 1898-99 was as follows :—
" Expenses of Maintenance.
Janitors  $2,725 00
Fuel  889 70
Board expenses  1,028 00
Printing and Advertising  131  85
Supplies  334 59
Furniture  701   15
Fire Insurance  84 00
Miscellaneous      517 06
Construction and repairs to school buildings .... 1,841   66
Teachers' salaries  38,557 51
Interest on  Educational   Loan for   year   ending
31st December, 1898  3,825 00
Sinking fund  577 00
Total outlay $51,212  52
" I have the honour to be,
" Sir,
" Your obedient servant,
"Frank H. Eaton,
" Secretary."
'■ Annual Report of the Victoria City Board op School Trustees for the Year
ending June 30th, 1899.
"Expenditures.
Amount paid for
Teachers' Salaries.
Amount paid for
Incidental Expenses.
Amount paid for
School Sites,
construction of
School Buildings,
etc.
Amount paid for
Furniture and
Repairs.
Amount paid for
other purposes.
Total.
$38,556.51
$5,622.52
$2,432.49
$46,811.52 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
269
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1885
8
Pemberton Gymnasium
1894
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South Park 	
1894
9
150x213 feet.
1,500
5,500
30,000
37,000
1894
9
2 acres 	
1,500
7,000
30,000
38,500
Kingston Street (addition
'89)
1883
Wood
3
120x120 feet.
350
2,000
2,500
4,850
1884
;/
3
100x133   „
400
1,900
3,000
5,300
1886
2
120x120   a
1,800
2,000
3,800
Spring Ridge (addition '89,
'93)
1887
I!
4
135x119   „
600
1,000
3,500
5,100
Victoria West (addition '89,
'95)
1888
tt
5
1 acre 	
800
1,500
4,000
6,300
rented
tt
200
200
$8,850
$65,700
$113,000
$187,550
' July 81st, 1899."
" Frank H. Eaton,
"Secretary, Board of School Trustees.
After several years of persistent effort on the part of the Board of School Trustees, the
affiliation of Vancouver College with McGill University has at length been accomplished. A
class of six students is now engaged in taking up the first year's course of study in the Vancouver High School. In this connection, I may be permitted to call your attention to the
generous offer of Sir W. C. McDonald, one of McGill's greatest benefactors, to establish and
maintain for three years a School of Manual Training in each of the Provinces of the Dominion.
It will be necessary, if this school is to prove a success, to make the subject of Drawing compulsory throughout the several grades of our Public Schools.
In conclusion, I beg to recommend—
(1.) That such amendments be made to the School Act as will give Boards of School
Trustees a fuller measure of control over local school affairs :
(2.) That a Provincial Normal School be established :
(3.) That the subjects of examination for Teachers' Certificates be thoroughly revised :
(4.) That the authorised list of text-books be revised and modernised.
I have the honour to be,
Sir,
Your obedient servant,
ALEXANDER ROBINSON,
Superintendent of Education.  4. A man invests $6,000 in 3 % stock at 75; he sells out at 80, and invests ^ of the
proceeds in 3-|- % stock at 96, and the remainder in 5 % stock at par.    Find his
income from the latter investments.
5. The par of exchange between Paris and London is 25.2215 francs for £1, and that
between St. Petersburg and London is 38.177 pence for 1 rouble.    Find the par of
exchange between Paris and St. Petersburg.
6. For what sum must property worth $2,940 be insured at 2 % to cover -| of its value
and the premium paid 1
7. An agent sold cotton on a commission of 4 %, and invested the net proceeds in sugar
on a commission of 1 \ % ; his total commission was $220.    Find the value of the
cotton.
8. A cask contains 2 gallons of wine and 3 gallons of water : another cask contains 3
gallons of wine and  1  gallon of water.    How many gallons must be drawn from
each cask so as to produce by their mixture 1 gallon of wine and 1 gallon of water1?
Mental Arithmetic.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Wednesday, July 5th ; 9 a.m. to 9:80 a.m.     Total marks, 100.
1. Find the sum of all multiples of 23 between 100 and 200. Ans.
2. Find the value of a property if the owner of f of it can sell -| of
his share for $492. Ans .
3. If 15 % be lost by selling an estate for $3,400, for what must it
be sold to gain 20 % 1 Ans.
4. At what rate will $137 amount to $152.07 in 2 years at simple
interest 1 Ans.
5. If velvet ^ of a yard wide cost $9 per yard, what should be the
price when it is -| of a yard wide 1 Ans.
6. Express .1237 as a common fraction in its lowest terms. Ans.
7. Find the square root of 4.1209. Ans
8. When the 3 per cents are selling at 75, what rate of interest do
they pay on an investment ? Ans. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. ci.
Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Wednesday, July 5th; 9:45 a.m. to 11 a.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. What is seen when any long bone, such as the femur, is sawn in the middle length
ways 1 How does the structure of the two ends differ from that of the middle,
and why 1
2. Name and describe the different forms of permanent teeth, and give the number of
each.
3. Where is the stomach situated ?    By what passage does food enter the stomach 1    By
what passage does food leave the stomach 1 Of what kind of muscle does the
muscular coat of the stomach consist 1 What is the movement carried on by the
muscular coat called ?    What is the purpose of that movement ?
4. How is blood brought to the liver, and how carried away from it ?
5. Describe the structure and give the functions of the skin.
6. Give an example of osmosis, of each of the three kinds of levers, and of the pulley in
the human body.
7. Describe the ear, and explain the modus operandi of Hearing.
8. Give a description of the human brain.    What is the function of each of the three
principal parts of the brain 1
9. Define and give examples of reflex action.
10.  State hygienic rules for (a) the bones, (6) the digestion, (c) the respiratory organs, and
(d) the eyes.
Note.—Any eight of the above questions wilt constitute a full paper.
Education.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Monday, July 3rd ; 1 p. m. to 2:30 p. m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Define Discipline.    Name the various motives to which a teacher may appeal in order
to secure a good system of Discipline.
2. (a.) Reason,  Sensation,   Memory,   Observation,   Imagination.      Write   these   several
faculties in the order in which they develop in man, and state your reasons
for adopting this order.
(b.) Explain  briefly  the  difference  in  the  methods of instruction  employed  in  the
Public School, in the High School, and in the University.
3. Discuss the different  methods  employed in teaching  Reading.     Which   method  is
generally recommended, and why ?
4. (a.) State clearly the several points to be considered if you were asked to draw plans
for a rural school-house capable of accommodating, say, fifty pupils.
(p.) About how many cubic feet of space should such a school-room contain?
5. (a.) Name, in order of their importance, the three requisites that should mark a class
well drilled in Arithmetic.
(b.) Outline the method you would employ in teaching a class to add, say, § and J.
6. Enumerate, as fully as possible, the several points of difference between Rural  School
Districts and City School Districts.
7. (a.) State the duties of public school teachers in this Province.
(6.) Who compose the Council of Public Instruction 1 cii. Public Schools Report. 1899
Book-keeping—Single Entry.    (For Second Class, Grades A and B.)
Wednesday, July 5th ; 1 p. m. to 2:30 p. m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Point out the merits and defects of Single Entry.
2. Write the following letters :—
(a.) From Steel & Co., Victoria, to Brown & Co., Winnipeg, ordering 80 pes. of worsted
tweeds at not more than 75 cents a yard.
(b.) From Brown & Co., acknowledging letter with order,  stating price  advancing,
cannot take less than 80 cents.
3. What would you do in the following cases :—
(a.) The cash does not balance.
(6.) There are two accounts with the same person in your ledger.
4. Explain :—
(a.) "Or order."
(b.) Partial acceptance.
(c.) Credit note.
5. Enter the following transactions in Day Book, Cash Book, Bill Book, and Ledger, and
make out a financial statement:—
June 1.—Commenced business with the following resources and liabilities :—
Mdse. in store, $1,200.
Cash in bank, $2,000.
Note against Stephens & Co. at 3 mos. from May 1, $500.
W. Smith owes me on acct. $300.
I owe J. Fox on acct. $250.
n      2.—Sold F. Mann for his cheque, mdse., $240.
M     3.—Bought mdse. $500.    Gave in payment Stephens & Co.'s note.
H     4.—Sold P. George, on his note at 10 days, mdse., $300.
ii     5.—Settled with J. Fox by giving him my cheque.
Gave to the General Hospital, cash $25.
ii     6.—Sold H. Jones on acct., mdse. $300.
ii      8.—Received from W. Smith on acct. an order on M. Hay for $200.
„     9.—Sold R. South for cash, mdse. $400.
Deposited $300.
Paid sundry expenses with cash, $20.
Mdse. unsold,
Book-keeping—Double Entry.    (For First Class, Grades A and B.)
Wednesday, July 5th: 1 p. m. to 2:30 p. m.    Total marks, 200.
1. How would you change a set of books from Single Entry to Double Entry?
2. Define " Accommodation Note " and give an example of its use.
3. Draw a form for a Bill Book so that it might be used as a "principal" book of original
entry.
4. What is the difference between a "postal note" and a "money order"? 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
cm.
5. Journalize the following :—
(a.) The Bank advised us that the proceeds of our draft on Latham & Co., due this
day, have been placed to our credit; face of draft, $150.
(b.) Bought of A. Black 250 bbls. flour at $5. Gave in payment my note at 15 days,
and shipped the flour directly to White & Co., to be sold on my account and
at my risk.    Paid shipping expenses by cheque, $12.50.
(c.) Shipped to Brown & Co. to be sold on joint acct., each one-half, 100 bbls. pork at
$14.50.    Paid shipping expenses with cash, $15.70.
(d.) Brown & Co. rendered an acct. sales, our one-half net proceeds $992.35. Drew
on them at 10 days for that amount.
6.  Make a combined statement from the following trial balance :
Stock. : .
Cash	
Bills Receivable	
Mdse. (Inv. $4,000.00)
Bills Payable	
W. Simple 	
Real Estate	
J. Murphy	
P. Brown	
H. Johnson   	
Expense (Inv. $80.00)   . .
Interest and Discount   . .
Benevolent Acct	
Shipment to South No. 1
$7,159 00
4,500 00
8,150 25
2,500 00
175 00
4,000 00
1,290 00
600 00
216 65
75 25
300 00
4,500 00
$5,000 00
1,415 20
1,500 00
8,110 70
3,000 00
500 00
3,575 00
990 00
1,500 00
2,000 00
375 25
5,500 00
Mensuration.    (For Second Class, Grades A and B.)
Thursday, July 6th ; 9 a. m. to 11 a. in.    Total marks, 200.
1. Prove :—
(a.)  A rule for finding the area of a triangle.
(6.) The area of a circle is half the product of the  circumference  multiplied  by the
radius.
2. A rectangular section of land is half as long again as it is broad, and it contains 240
acres; find the cost of fencing it at 17s. 6a7. per chain.
3. Find the length of a side of a regular polygon of twelve sides,  inscribed in  a  circle
whose radius is 10 feet.
4. The radius of the outer boundary of a ring is 14 inches, and its area is 462 sq. inches.
Find the circumference of the inner boundary.
5. The radius of a circle is 25 inches, and the chord of a segment is 14 inches; find the
area of the segment. civ. Public Schools Report. 1899
6. Make a sketch and find the area of the field ABCD; BC is parallel to AD; AB =
BC = CD = 325 links ; and AD = 733 links.
7. The parallel sides of a trapezoid are 16 and 24 feet respectively, and the perpendicular
distance between them is 8 feet; determine the position of the straight line that
divides it into two equal trapezoids.
8. The radius of the base of a right circular cone is 10 inches, and its height is 20 inches;
find the area of the whole surface of the cone.
Mensuration.    (For First Class, Grades A and B.)
Thursday, July 6th ; 9 a. m. to 11 a. in.     Total marks, 200.
1. Investigate the approximate accuracy of Simpson's Rule.
2. Show that the length of a ring is equal to the  sum  of  the  inner  boundary  and  the
circumference of the cross section.
3. The  content  of  a  rectangular  box  whose  length  is  twice its   breadth,   and  whose
breadth is twice its depth, is 1 cubic yard; find its dimensions,  and also the cost
of gilding its whole outside surface at Is. 9a7. per sq. foot.
4. Compare the volume of a sphere which touches the six sides of a cube with that of a
sphere which passes through the angular points of the cube.
5. If a sphere the diameter of which is 4 inches is depressed in a  conical  glass  full  of
water, the diameter of which is 5 inches and altitude 6 inches, how much water
will run over ?
6. Water passes through a pipe 6 centimetres in diameter at a velocity of 7.6 decimetres
per second; how many litres flow through in 11 seconds?
7. A cow is tied to the outside of a square enclosure (60 feet to the side) 20 feet from a
corner, by a rope 100 feet long.    Find how much ground she can procure  grass
from.
8. A block of marble in the form of a pyramid on a square base  weighs  18  tons (long),
the perpendicular height being twice the diagonal of the base ; find the side of the
base, a cubic inch of marble weighing 1.6 oz. avoir.
Music.    (For Second Class, Grade B.)
Wednesday, July 5th ; 2:45 p. in. to 4-15 p. m.    Total marks, 200.
1. By what method can you ascertain the key in which a composition is written?
2. Write an example of each of the following times :—f ; f ; §.
3. Explain the difference between simple and compound time.
4. Give an account of the origin of the stave,  and give an illustration of  the complete
stave on paper. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. cix.
Astronomy.    (For Second Class, Grade A.)
Thursday, July 6th ; 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Give Kepler's laws.
2. Make diagrams showing Right Ascension and Declination, Latitude and Longitude,
Altitude and Azimuth.
3. Explain the Precession of the Equinoxes.
4. What is meant by the aberration of a fixed star ?    Show that that phenomenon is a
direct proof of the revolution of the Earth round the Sun.
5. Show, geometrically, that the altitude of the Pole Star, seen from any place on the
Earth's surface, is equal to the latitude of the place.
6. How do navigators find latitude and longitude at sea ?
In case of the loss or inaccuracy of a chronometer, by what other methods is Greenwich time found ?
7. Describe Halley's method of finding the distance of the Sun by means of the transit
of Venus across the Sun's disc.
8. Explain the three kinds of eclipses of the Sun—partial, annular, and total.
9. Distinguish between star-cluster and nebula.    Name an example of each.
10.  Classify the Planets as Interior or Terrestrial and Exterior planets.    Make a diagram,
showing their orbits in order of their distance from the Sun.
Rhetoric    (For Second Class, Grade A.)
Thursday, July 6th ; 11 a. m. lo 12:30 p. m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Define Rhetoric.    What are the principal aims of Rhetoric ?
2. What is meant by good English, pure English, and accurate English, respectively ?
3. Describe some violations of Simplicity and of Brevity.
4. State different ways in which Emphasis may be obtained.
5. Give three modes of Definition.
6. Point out three kinds of error to be avoided in the use of the Metaphor.    Give
examples of two of these.
7. Write the headings of the description of any place with which you are familiar.
8. Criticise and re-cast the following sentence :—
Notwithstanding his having gone, in winter, to Moscow, where he found the cold
excessive, and which confined him, without intermission, six weeks to his room,
we could not induce him to come home.
9. Correct, where necessary, the following sentences, giving reasons for your corrections :
(a.) Our deficiencies are being gradually improved.
(b.) Henry had been from his youth attached to the Church of Rome.
(c.)  A child is educated in the grammar of a language,  and instructed  to  speak  it
correctly.
(d.) The whole nation applauded his magnanimity and greatness of mind.
10.  Quote four lines from a poem in English Hexameter measure, and mark off the feet.
In what respects do English differ from Classical Hexameters ? 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. cv.
5. Explain the terms:—Fugue, Rhapsody, Gavotte, Suspension, Deceptive Cadence, Real
and Tonal Sequences.
6. What are the intervals beyond an octave called ?    Give six different examples, naming
each.
7. Write in the Alto Clef the scales (one octave only), of which D,  C and F sharp are
the Dominants respectively.
8. Give an example on paper of the various kinds of "turn," and write their abbreviations.
Drawing.    (For Second Class, Grade B.)
Wednesday, July 5th ; 2:45 p. m. to 4:15 p. m.     Total marks, 200.
1. What is Linear Drawing ?
2. Describe the proper method of sitting at desk, and of holding the pencil.
3. What are the first steps to be taken in drawing any object or design ?
4. Distinguish between natural and conventional ornament.    Make a drawing of each in
illustration.
5. What is an elevation ?    What is a plan ?    Draw the elevation and the plan of a cup
and saucer.
6. Make a perspective drawing of a cube.
7. Make a neat outline drawing of some common object with which you are familiar, e. g.
Head of Horse or Dog; Maple, Oak or Chestnut Leaf.
8. Make a copy of the accompanying frieze ornament; the size of the copy to be 1|- times
the original.
Note. —The use of a lead pencil and rubber only permitted.
Botany.    (For Second Class, Grade B.)
Wednesday, July 5th ; 2:45 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Describe the difference in structure and modes of growth of exogenous and endogenous
stems.
2. Draw a spathulate, an obcordate, a truncate, a palmately-divided, and an odd-pinnate
leaf.
3. Describe the structure of the bark of an exogen.
4. Explain the difference between Determinate and Indeterminate Inflorescence, giving
three examples of each.
5. What is meant by monoecious and dicecious flowers ?    Name an example of each.
6. Mention the several parts of the stamen and the pistil, and explain their uses.
7. What is ^Estivation ?    Describe the different kinds.
8. What are stomata ?    Where, in plants, are stomata most abundant ?    What are their
functions ?
9. What are the characteristics of:—Ranunculacese, Leguminosaj, Liliaeese, and Aracese ?
Name an example of each from the flora of British Columbia.
10. Define fruit.    What are the botanical terms for the fruit of the Cherry, Raspberry,
Maple, Rose, Pine, and Shepherd's Purse, respectively ? cvi. Public Schools Report. 1899
Algebra.    (For Second Class, Grade A.)
Friday, July 7th; 9 a. m. to 11 a. in.    Total marks, 200.
1. (a.) Find the continued product of a + b + c, b + c - a, c + a-b, and a + b - c.
(b.) Prove that (a2 + a& + b2)2 - a2b2 = (a2 + abf + (ab + b2)2.
2. Divide 60(a,,4 + 2/4) + 91xy(x2 — y2) by 12x2 - I3xy + 5y2, and test the accuracy of your
result otherwise than by multiplication.
3. Simplify— m2 + n2
n
■in
X
m2
mi6
— u2
1
1
+ n3
n
m
4. Factor the following expressions :—
(a.) x2-2ax-b2 + 2ab.
(b.) a:4-7a;2-18.
(c.)  (x + y + zf — x3 — ys - z3.
5. Solve the following equations :—
(a.) a(x — a) = b(x — b).
(b.) a(2x-a) + b(2x-b) = 2ab.
tAj %Aj
(c.)   §_2=1+B-1.
6. A house and garden cost £850, and five times the price of the  house  was  equal  to
twelve times the price of the garden; find the price of each.
7. At what times between one and two o'clock are  the hands  of  a  watch  one  minute
space apart ?
8. Two numbers are to each other as 2 : 3 ; but if 50 be subtracted from each, one will be
^ of the other.     What are the numbers ?
Algebra.    (For First Class, Grades A and B.)
Friday, July 7th ; 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.     Total marks, 200.
1. (a.) Prove that (a- bf + (b - cf + (c- af = 3(a-b)(b- c)(c-a),
(b.) Ux=2y + Sz, shew that xs - 8y3 - 27z3 - I8xyz = 0.
2. Factor the following expressions :—
(a.) a2 - 2a(b - c) - 3(6 - cf.
(b.) a;4-41ai2+16.
(c.)  as;4 + bxs + rbx - r2a.
3. (a.) What is the condition that (a — x)(b - x) - c2 may be a complete square fi
(b.) Solve— x    y
a     b
x + y = c.
1 8
4. (a.) WTrite the 6th term of (2a2 - 62)10.
(b.) Write the two middle terms of (a-fa;)9. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. cvii.
5. (a.) Find a formula that will express the sum of a series in Arithmetical Progression.
(6.) Sum to n terms a + 2a2 + 3a3 + 4a4 +	
6. A person bought a certain number of oxen for £80; if he had bought 4 more for the
same sum, each ox would have cost £1. less; find the number  of oxen and  the
price of each.
7. The arithmetical mean of two numbers is 3, and the harmonical mean is -|; find the
numbers.
8. A man sold a quantity of goods for $39, and gained a per cent,  equal to the  number
of dollars which the goods cost him.    Find the cost.
Geometry,    (For Second Class, Grade A.)
Saturday, July 8th ; 9 a. in. to 11:30 a. m.     Total marks, 200.
1. (a.) Define—Geometry; Figure; Theorem; Parallel straight lines; Postulate.
(b.) Write Postulate IV. and Axiom V.
2. The angles which one straight line makes with another straight line on one side of it
are either two right angles, or are together equal to two right angles.
3. If two angles of a triangle be equal to one another, the sides which subtend the equal
angles shall be equal to one another.
4. Wrrite the enunciations of all propositions that prove the equality of two triangles.
5. Enunciate and prove proposition I, 32.
6. Equal triangles upon equal bases in  the same  straight line,  and towards  the same
parts, are between the same parallels.
7. ABCD is a parallelogram ; P is any point in the diagonal AC ; prove that the triangles
APD, APB are equal to one another.
8. State and prove the converse of proposition I, 18.
Geometry.    (For First Class, Grade B.)
Saturday, July 8th ; 9 a. in. to 11:30 a. m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Define—(a) Projection, (b) Locus, (c) Secant, (d) Regular Hexagon.
2. The difference between any two sides of a triangle is less than the third side.
3. To divide a given straight line into two parts, so that the rectangle contained by the
whole line and one part shall be equal to the square on the other part.
4. If from any point within a circle, which is not the centre,  straight lines be drawn to
the circumference, the greatest of these lines is that which passes through  the
centre.
5. Enunciate and prove proposition III., 16.
6. To cut off' a segment from a given circle, capable of containing an angle  equal  to  a
given angle.
7. To inscribe a regular pentagon in a given circle.
8. A given four-sided rectilineal figure has one of its angles a  right  angle; construct a
right-angled triangle equal to it in area. cviii. Public Schools Report. 1899
Geometry.    (For First Class, Grade A.)
Saturday, July 8th; 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Define (a) Proportionals, (b) Duplicate Ratio, (c) Convertendo, (d) Ex aequo, and
write axiom 4, Book V.
2. The straight line joining the middle points of two sides of a triangle is parallel to the
third side.
3. One side of a triangle is greater than, equal to, or less than another side, according as
the angle opposite the first is greater than, equal to, or less than the angle opposite the second; and conversely. Enunciate the propositions of which this is a
summary.
4. If two circles touch one another internally, the straight line which joins their centres,
being produced, shall pass through the point of contact.
5. To describe a circle about a given square.
6. Enunciate and prove proposition VI, 15.
7. To find a fourth proportional to three given straight lines.
8. Parallelograms about the diameter of any parallelogram are similar to the whole paral
lelogram and to one another.
Zoology.    (For Second Class, Grade A.)
Thursday, July 6th ; 11 a.m. to 12:80 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. How is an organism distinguished from inorganic matter?
2. Give general characters of the Protozoa, and describe a typical Protozoan under the
heads of (1) Locomotion, (2) Nutrition, (3) Reproduction.
3. Describe the ambulacral system of a star-fish.
4. Distinguish between the shells of Brachyopods and the shells of the Lamellibranchiata.
5. Define homology and analogy.    Name examples of each.
6. Give a short description of the anatomy of an Earth-worm.    What benefits does the
farmer derive from the labours of the Earthworm ?
7. By what physical characteristics are diurnal, crepuscular, and nocturnal Lepidoptera
distinguished from each other ?
8. Show that, by its anatomical structure, a bird is peculiarly adapted for flight.
9. Give as complete a list as you can of the Salmonidce of British Columbia.
10. Compare the dentition of a cow with that of a cat. Public Schools Report. 1899
Natural Philosophy.    (For First Class, Grade B.)
Friday, July 7th; 1:30p.m. to 3 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Define Inertia.    Describe two familiar phenomena in illustration.
2. (a.) State the Laws of Falling Bodies.
(b.) A body is projected vertically upward with a velocity of 100 feet per second;
how long will it take to reach the top of a tower 100 feet high ?
3. Define weight.    Explain why a body has different weights at different places on  the
earth's surface. What kind of balance would you select for comparing weights at
different places?    Give a reason for your answer.
4. (a.)  Show how to find the centre of gravity of a triangular lamina of uniform thickness.
(b.) An isosceles triangular lamina weighs 6 lbs.    What weight placed at the vertex
will make the triangle balance about the middle point of  the  perpendicular
from the vertex on the base ?
5. In the Second System of Pulleys,  where  there  are two  blocks and  the  same  string
passes round the pulleys, supposing that a power of 3 lbs. will just support a
weight of 10 lbs. suspended from the lower block, the number of strings being 4,
what is the weight of the lower block ?
6. (a.) Show how to find the specific gravity of a solid body soluble in water.
(b.) A cubic inch of cork floats in water: find the weight which must be placed upon
it to cause half of it to be immersed, the specific gravity of cork being .24,
and the weight of a cubic foot of water being 1000 oz. ?
7. (a.) Make a sketch, and describe the action  of  Smeaton's  Air Pump.    Show how to
find the density of the air in the receiver of Smeaton's Air Pump after n
ascents of the piston.
(b.) Find the ratio of the volume of the receiver to that of the barrel of the Air Pump,
if, at the end of the third stroke of the piston, the density of the air in the
receiver : original density :: 729 : 1000.
8. Explain the action of the rudder in turning a vessel at sea.
9. Explain and illustrate Conservation of Energy.
10.  What is ebullition or boiling?    Give the two laws of ebullition.    What are the principal causes that modify the boiling point ?
English Literature.    (For First Class, Grades A and B.)
Thursday, July 6th ; 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Sketch the History of the Bible and the Book of Common Prayer in English Literature
2. The eighteenth century was an age of prose.    Illustrate this.
3. Make a brief note on each of the following works, saying why it is important, and
naming the author :—
Annus Mirabilis. Areopagitica.
Essay on Human Understanding. Hudibras.
Compleat Angler. Novum Organum.
Anatomy of Melancholy. The Ecclesiastical Polity. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report.
4. Describe the influence of the Puritans and Cavaliers upon English Literature.
5. Write a short account of Goldsmith, Chaucer, Roger Ascham, Gibbon.
6. What additions to our literature were made by the Lake Poets 1
From what sources did they take their subjects, and in whose reigns did they live 1
7. Give an account of the Plays of Old England from 1558-1648 A.D.
8. Mention the Royal Authors of English Literature and their respective works.
9. Classify English Poetry, and give illustrations of each kind.
10.  Who are responsible for the following lines :—
(a.) " Oh, for the touch of a vanished hand,
And the sound of a voice that is still ! "
(b.)  " A thing of beauty is a joy for ever."
(c.)  "God made the country, and man made the town."
(d.) "To err is human, to forgive divine."
(e.)   " He that complies against his will,
Is of his own opinion still."
(f) " Let me die the death of the righteous, and let my last end be like his ! "
General History.    (For First Class, Grades A and B.)
Thursday, July 6th; 3 p.m. to 4-'30 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Write a brief sketch of the life of Mahomet.
2. Who were the Albigenses 1    Outline their doctrines.
3. Give a short account of the history of Spain in the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella.
4. State fully what you know about the Edict of Nantes.
5. Give an outline of the wars of Charles XII. of Sweden.
6. Make a short description of the " September Massacres."
7. Describe the political state of Europe in 1848.
8. Sketch the life and career of Bismarck.
9. Describe the chief events of the Sino-Japanese War.    Where was the Treaty of Peace
signed ?    Give its principal provisions.
10. Write short historical notes on—
(a.) Dreyfus. (c.)  Sphere of Influence.
(b.)  "Open Door." (d.) Marchand.
(e.) Peace Conference.
Note.—Any eight of the above questions will constitute a full paper. cxii. Public Schools Report. 1899
Chemistry.    (For First Class, Grade B.)
Thursday, July 6th; 3 pm. to 4~'80 p.m..     Total marks, 200
1. Matter is said to be indestructible.    Explain this statement, and describe an experi
ment in support of it.
2. Explain the terms chemical combination and chemical composition.    Give examples.
3. State the  Law of  Equivalents.    Illustrate  in  the  case of  Oxygen,  Hydrogen, and
Chlorine.
4. Define acid and base.    Give examples.
5. Name all the substances of which air is known to be composed.    Give the proportions
of its chief constituents.    Name two bodies recently discovered as present in the
atmosphere.    By whom were they discovered ?
6. How is the composition of water ascertained by the eudiometer ?    Give details of the
process.
7. How is  Sulphuric Acid  manufactured  on a large scale ?    What  is a Gay Lussac's
tower 1    What is its use ?
8. Give the formulae for hydrochloric acid, and the chlorides of—
Sodium, potassium, and silver (monads);
Calcium, zinc, lead, and barium (dyads); and for
Gold and boron (triads).
9. What tests would you use for :—Carbon Dioxide, Cupric Sulphate, Iodine, Manganese
Dioxide, Common Salt ?    Write equations showing re-actions.
10. Explain the means by which a chemist can state with confidence the elements of which
the stars are built up, the temperature at which they exist, and the nature and
extent of their atmospheres.
Geology.    (For First Class, Grades A and B.)
Thursday, July 6th ; 8 p. m. to 4-'80 p. m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Mention some of the practical advantages to be derived from a knowledge of Geology.
2. Indicate, in general terms, the nature and geological effect of aqueous agency.
3. What is meant by anticline and syncline, as  applied  to  stratification ?    Sketch an
illustration.
4. Describe what is meant by arenaceous, argillaceous,  and  calcareous rocks.    Give an
example of each and state how each is formed.
5. Mention the principal guides to the chronological arrangement or classification of the
rocks composing the earth's crust.
6. Tabulate the geological systems, arranging them into Cainozoic, Mesozoic, Palaeozoic,
and Azoic periods.
7. Describe the nature of the rocks which compose the Laurentian system, and indicate
the nature of the fossils that have been discovered in Laurentian strata.
8. Define the terms ganoid, placoid, ctenoid, and cycloid, as employed in the classification
of fishes.
9. Enumerate some of the typical forms of the Cretaceous Fauna.
10.  Define the terms soil and sub-soil; and describe the usual mode of their formation.
Note.—Any eight of the above questions will constitute a full paper. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. cxiii.
Practical Mathematics.    (For First Class, Grade A.)
Saturday, July 8th ; 1 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Given tan A, find the other trigonometrical functions.
2. Prove that—
(a.) (1 - sin A - cos A)2(l + sin A + cos A)2 = 4 sin2A cos2A.
(6.) tan 2A + cos A cosec A = cot A sec 2A.
3. Given tan AA = -, prove sin A = 2 sin A A cos AA.
2        1 + cos A r 2 2
4. (a).  Prove, geometrically, that cos(A + B) = cos A cos B — sin A sin B.
(6.) If cos A =P±31, and cos B =?~gc, find cos(A +B).
q+pc q—pc
5. Given a = 1000, b = 104°, c = 24° 29' 20" : find b.
log 12396 = 4.0932816    L sin 76° = 9.9869041
log 12397 = 4.0933166    L sin 51° 30' = 9.8935444
Lsin 51° 31'= 9.8936448
6. In the ambiguous case, when a, b, and A are given show that—
c = b cos A± V«2-62 sin2A.
7. A staff at the top of a tower is observed to subtend an angle of 15° by an observer at
a distance of a feet from the foot of the tower, and also to subtend the same angle
when the observer is at a distance of 6 feet: find the height of the staff.
8. Show, trigonometrically, that if an angle of a triangle be bisected, the segments of the
base made by the bisecting straight line will be in the ratio of the sides of the
triangle.
9. Show that  the area of any quadrilateral figure is equal to half the product of the
diagonals and the sine of their inclination.
10. Equilateral triangles DBC, D'BC are described on the side BC of the triangle ABC :
show that—
AD2+AD'2=«2+62+cz
and AD3 AD'2 =a4 + 64 + c4-62c2 - c2a2 -a2b2.
Ancient History.    (For First Class, Grade A.)
Friday, July 7th ; 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Give an account of the Religion, Government, and Laws of the ancient  Persians.
State the causes of their rapid progress and subsequent decline.
2. How did the physical geography of Greece affect its political institutions and history ?
3. Give an account of the struggles of the Patricians and Plebeians at Rome.
4. Describe the military systems of Greece and Rome.
5. Sketch the history of Greek Literature up to the reign of Alexander the Great. cxiv. Public Schools Report. 1899
6. Who were the Gracchi ?   Enumerate the chief measures of Tiberius and Caius Gracchus.
7. Describe the state of Athens under Pericles.
8. Sketch Rome's wars with Carthage.    What important effects had they on Rome ?
9. State  what   you   know  of:—Solon,   Pyrrhus,   Aristides,   Semiramis,   Epaminondas,
Mithridates.
10.  Explain the terms :—Dictator, Tyrant, Qusestor, Helot, .ZEdile, Barbarian.
Note.—Any six of the above questions will constitute a full paper.
Latin.    (For First Class, Grade A.)
Friday, July 7th; 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Translate into idiomatic English, explaining the constructions, cases, and allusions of
the italicised words :—
(a.) Quod genus hoc hominum, quasve hunc tarn barbara morem
Permittit patria ? hospitio prohibemur arense !
Bella cient, primaque vetant consistere terra.
Si genus humanum et mortalia temnitis arma,
At sperate deos memores fandi atque nefandi.
Rex erat .ZEneas nobis, quo justior alter
Nee pietate fuit, nee bello major et armis :
Quern si fata virum servant, si vescitur aura
^Etheria, neque adhuc crudelibus occubat umbris :
Non metus, officio ne te certasse priorem
Pwniteat.
(b.)  Prsecipue, quum jam hie trabibus contextus acernis
Staret equus, toto sonuerunt sethere nimbi.
Suspensi Eurypylum scitantem oracula Phcebi
Mittimus ; isque adytis hsec tristia dicta reportat:
Sanguine placastis ventos, et virgine ccesd,
Quum primum Iliacas, Danai, venistis ad oras :
Sanguine quairendi reditus, animaque litandum
Argolica.    Vulgi quae vox ut venit ad aures,
Obstupuere animis, gelidusque per ima cucurrit
Ossa tremor, cui fata parent, quem poscat Apollo.
(o.) Damnatum pcenam sequi oportebat, ut igni cremaretur. Die constituta causes
dictionis, Orgetorix ad judicium omnem suam familiam, ad hominum millia
decern undique coegit; et omnes clientes, obseratosque suos, quorum magnum
numerum habebat, eodem conduxit: per eos, ne causam diceret, se eripuit.
Cum civitas, ob earn rem incitata, armis jus suum exsequi conaretur, multi-
tudinemque hominum ex agris magistratus cogerent, Orgetorix mortuus est:
neque abest suspicio, ut Helvetii arbitrantur, quin ipse sibi mortem consciverif, 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. cxv.
(d.)  Et thure et fidibus juvat
Placare et vituli sanguine debito
Custodes Numida? Deos,
Qui nunc, Hesperia sospes ab ultima,
Caris multa sodalibus,
Nulli plura tamen dividit oscula,
Quam dulci Lamias, memor
Acta? non alio rege puertice,
Mutatceque simul togce.
Cressa ne careat pulchra dies nota,
Neu promts? modus amphora?,
Neu morem in Solium sit requies pedum.
(«.) Sic et Europe niveum doloso
Credidit tauro latus ; at scatentem
Belluis pontum mecliasque fraudes
Palluit audax.
Nuper in pratis studiosa florum, et
Debita? Nymphis opifex corona?,
Nocte sublustri nihil astra pra?ter
Vidit et undas.
Qua? simul centum tetigit potentem
Oppidis Creten, " Pater ! O relictum
Filise nomen ! pietasque," dixit,
" Victa furore !
In what metre are the Odes (d) and (e) ?    Scan one stanza of each.
2. Put into Latin—
(a.) The soldiers were too weak to prevent the enemy from escaping.
(b.) They asked who had built the bridge, and why it was so badly built.
(c.)  They promised to do all I had asked them.
(d.) If he had known that you were here, he would not have hoped to be spared.
(e.)  He praises his friends before their face in order that he may never be abused by
them in his absence.
(f) The more a man knows, the less does he appear to himself to know.
3. (a.) Give the perfect, supine, and infinitive of:—seco, arcesso, meto, surgo, findo, sepelio.
(b.) Give the genitive singular, gender, and meaning of:—supellex, tibicen, acus, caro,
paterfamilias, paries.
4. Compare :—frugi, satis, nequam, egenus, utilis, maledicus.
5. Give the Latin for—
As long as he lived ; no one but you ; about midday ; three miles from the city; the
rearguard; half as large again; ten years old ; what time is it ? heir to a whole
estate ; I cannot help saying so.
6. Explain and illustrate the terms :—cognate accusative, periphrastic conjugation, hetero
geneous nouns, alliteration, litotes, zeugma, Grcecism, crasis, onomatopoeia.
7. (a.) Decline in singular and plural:—domus, jecur, bos, echo.
(b.) Mention four nouns which have no singular, and four which have no plural.
8. (a.) Give examples of Defective, Desiderative, Inceptive Verbs.
(b.) What constructions are used with :—decet, obstare, licet, vereor, miseret, inquit 1 cxvi. Public Schools Report. 1899
French.    (For First Class, Grade A.)
Saturday, July 8th ; 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Translate into idiomatic English, parsing the italicised words :—
(a.) Le paon se plaignoit a Junon.
Deesse, disoit-il, ce n'est pas sans raison
Que je me plains, que je murmure :
Le chant dont vous m'avez fait don
Deplait a toute la nature,
Au lieu qu'un rossignol, chetive creature,
Forme des sons aussi doux qu'eclatants,
Est lui seul l'honneur du printemps.
Junon repondit en colore :
Oiseau jaloux, et qui devrois te taire,
Est-ce a toi d'envier la voix du rossignol,
Toi que Von voit porter a 1'entour de ton col
Uii arc-en-ciel nu6" de cent sortes de soies;
Qui te panades, qui deploies
Une si riche queue et que semble a nos yeux
La boutique d'un lapidaire ?
(b.) Releve-toi, Rodrigue.    II faut l'avouer, Sire,
Je vous en ai trop dit pour m'en pouvoir dedire ;
Rodrigue a des vertus que je ne puis hair ;
Et quand un roi commande, on lui doit obeir.
Mais a quoi que deja vous m'ayez condamnee,
Pourrez-vous a vos yeux souffrir cet hymenee ?
Et quand de mon devoir vous voulez cet effort.
Toute votre justice en est-elle d'accord ?
Si Rodrigue a l'Etat devient si necessaire,
De ce q'il fait pour vous dois-je etre le salaire,
Et me livrer moi-meme au reproche eternel
D'avoir trempe mes mains dans le sang paternel ?
(c.) II  renvoya ces  janissaires sans  les vouloir voir,  et leur fit  dire que s'ils ne se
retiraient il leur ferait couper la barbe, ce qui est, dans l'Orient, le plus outra-
geant de tous les affronts.
Les vieillards, remplis de l'indignation la plus vive, s'en retournerent en criant :
"Ah! la tSte de f er ! puisqu'il veut perir, qu'il perisse/"    lis vinrent rendre
compte au pacha de leur commission, et apprendre a leurs camarades a Bender
l'etrange reception qu'on leur avait faite.    Tous jurerent alors d'obeir aux ordres
du pacha sans delai, et eurent autant d'impatience d'aller a l'assaut qu'ils en
avaient eu peu le jour precedent.
2. Translate into French—
(a.) I have had a new coat made.
(b.) You are late.    I did not know it was late.
(c.)  They have remained here.    Stay and rest a little.
(d.) Whose son is he?    He is the son of the gentleman whose house was burnt
yesterday. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report.
(«.)  The lady whom I saw pass a few minutes ago has charming eyes.
(f.) I do not think you will succeed if you do not pay more attention to the duties of
your profession.
3. In what different ways can you translate with in French ?
Translate :—He perished with hunger.     He will  be satisfied with you.    The book
abounds with mistakes.    They went with us.    He filled the cask with water.
4. Point out the mistakes in the following sentences :—
(a.) II est facile a dire.
(6.) Y vas.
(c.)  J'irai avec vous quoique je suis fatigue.
(d.) N'irez-vous pas ?    Oui.
(e.) J'ai etd ici depuis une demie heure.
(_/!) Ce gateau vaut deux francs une livre.
5. Give the rules for the agreement of—
(a.) The present participle, with examples.
(b.) The past participle of reflexive verbs with the object.
Translate : She has cut herself; she has cut her hand.
6. (a.) Give  the masculine forms corresponding to:—Chevre,  compagne,  cane, guenon,
jument, brebis.
(b.) Give the adverbs corresponding to:—Prudent, sec, gentil, puissant, bref, commun.
7. Write down—
(a.) The days of the week.
(b.) The four seasons, prefixing an article to distinguish the gender. Give the French
for:—In spring, in autumn, in the month of August, January the 31st,
February the 8th, April the 11th, June the 1st, 1899.
8. Turn into idiomatic English :—
II vient d'arriver.    II n'a pas de quoi.
Je n'ai rien a voir a cela.    II a de quoi vivre.
II nous en veut.    Veuillez m'excuser aupres de lui.
Greek.    (For First Class, Grade A.)
Saturday, July 8th; 8p.m. to 5 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
[Questions omitted from this Report for want of Greek type in Government  Printing Office.]
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TABLE  C.—Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Continued.
Schools.
Otter Lake	
Otter Point (Monitor)...
Oyster, North    	
Parksville	
Pavilion,	
Peachland	
Pender	
Pilot Bay	
Port Kells	
Port Moody \
Prairie	
Prospect	
Puntledge	
Qualicum	
Quamichan	
Quatsino	
Quesnelle	
Read Island	
Revelstoke, 1st Division...
Do.        2nd     „
Do.        3rd      „
Mock Mountain -j
Rocky Point	
Rosedale	
Rossland, 1st Division ...
Do.       2nd     „
Do.        3rd
Do.        4th      ,,
Do.        5th      „
Do.       Cth      „
Do.       7th      „
Do.       8th     ,	
Do.       9th     „
Round Prairie	
Saanich, North	
Saanich, South -
Saanich, West	
SaJitlam (Monitor)	
Salmo   	
Salmon Arm -j
Teachers.
1S97-98.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
Miss 8. C. R. Pope ..
1st  Class
B
Aug.,
1898
$58 BO
Miss B. Lucas	
3rd      ,,
B
March,
1899
40 00
Miss Cora H. Loat ..
2nd     „
B
Aug.,
1898
50 00
Miss M. M. Robertson
2nd     ii
B
Aug.,
1898
50 00
Miss S. Marsden ...
3rd      m
A
Aug.,
1898
50 00
C. G. Elliott, B.A...
1st      „
A
Aug-.,
1898
50 00
A. M. Johnston	
2nd     „
B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
Miss J. Dyker	
3rd      ,,
A
Aug.,
189S
5S 50
J. A. Rowe	
1st      ,,
B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
J. K. Green 	
Miss M. C. Macfarlanc
2nd      ,,
2nd     „
A
i:
Aug".,
March,
1897
1899
I   53 75
H. W. Laffere	
1st      „
A
Aug.,
1898
60 00
Miss A. M. Haldon..
2nd      ii
B
Jan.,
18S6
50 00
J. N. Muir, B.A ....
1st       ,,
A
Aug.,
1897
58 50
Miss L. Xirkendall..
2nd      ..
A
March,
189S
50 00
J. G. Hands	
1st        ,r
B
Jan.,
1897
50 00
C. L. Thornber	
2nd    ,,
E
Feb.,
1898
50 00
Miss E. P. Northcott
2nd     „
t:
Aug.,
1898
68 25
Miss M. E. Nicholas.
3rd      ii
A
Jan.,
1898
50 00
A. Sullivan	
1st      „
B
Aug.,
1898
70 00
Miss J. Evans	
3rd      ,,
B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
Miss A. Smith	
3rd     „
A
Sept.,
189S
50 00
D. M. Hunter	
P. W. Barton	
2nd     ,,
.3rd       i,
A
B
Sept.,
Dec.,
1898
1898
J-   50 00
E. F. Clark	
2nd      ii
B
Aug.,
1898
50 00
Miss C. E. Stevenson
2nd     ,i
A
Aug.,
1898
50 00
W. A. Blair	
2nd     i,
A
1897
80 00
Miss J. McQueen ...
2nd      ii
A
Sept.,
1896
60 00
Miss M. L. Moflatt..
Temporary..
Jan.,
1896
55 00
Miss M. M. Burns ...
2nd Class
B
Aug.,
1898
50 00
Miss M. M. R. Walker
2nd     ,i
B
March,
1897
50 00
Miss L. R. Renwick.
2nd     it
B
Sept.,
1897
50 00
2nd    n
A
Sept.,
1897
50 00
Miss K. N. Fraser...
2nd      ..
A
Sept.,
1898
50 00
Miss  Edith  Macfar-
2nd      „
B
Oct.,
1898
50 00
[lane.
A. File	
2nd      ,,
A
Jan.,
1898
58 50
P. A. MeDiarmid . ..
2nd     ii
A
May,
1897
58 50
E. A. Huggard . .
T. A. McGarrigle.B.A
2nd     ii
1st      ,,
A
A
Aug.,
March,
1897
1899
|  60 00
A
Aug.,
1892
58 50
Miss L. E. Wells ....
2nd     ii
B
Jan.,
1898
40 00
Miss L. E. Coghlan..
3rd      ,,
B
May,
1899
50 00
J. F. Smith	
1st       ii
2nd     ii
B
B
Aug.,
Jan.,
1898
1899
|  58 50
0. A. Orandell	
Trustees.
Thomas Leduc, See. (1); Jas. Shiels (2); Thos.
Mellish, (3).
W. H.  Anderson, Sec;   H. Clark;   John J.
Clarke.
George Cassidy, Sec. (3); J. Brenton (2); J.
Michael (1).
Wm. Morison, Sec. (1); Andrew Hirst (2); H.
Gaetjen ( ).
R. Carson, Sec; M. Gillan; J. Ehalt.
L. D. McCall, Sec. (3); D. McMillan (2); D.
Seaton (1).
A. H. Menzies, See. (2); E. Hooson (1); R.
Hope (3).
John Allan, Sec; D. Riddel; Frederick Hansen.
John Yeomans, Sec. (2); Z. D. Page (3); Thos.
Kerr (1).
J. A. Cote, Sec. (1); Neil Mitchell (3); F.
Hodge (2).
W. J. MufTord, See. (2); J. Norris (1); Frank
Worrell (3).
J. S. Young, Sec. (1); Capt. James Erskine
(2); F. G. Heal (3).
Mrs. M. Oarwithen,  Sec.  (3); M. Gibson (1);
S. McKelvey (2).
W.  J.  G.  Hellier, Sec (2);   T. Kincade ( );
James Clarkson (1).
T. A. Wood, Sec. (1); W P. Jaynes (2); Frank
Leather (3).
O.  A. Skjarberg, Sec (3); Ed. Evensen (2);
B. C. Lakken (1).
J. A. Fraser, Sec. (2); W. A. Johnston (1); J.
H. St. Laurent (3).
E. W. Wylie, Sec; H. A. Hanson; C. E. New-
comb.
I C. F. Lindmark, Sec. (I); T. J. Graham (2);
j        Jas. MeMahon (3).
R. G. Sidley, See.; Wm. Almquist; Jos. Johnson.
J. D. Ueid, Sec (1): T. Parker (2); C. Ball (3).
B. Bartlett, Sec. (3); T. W. Cloverdale (1); R.
Hamilton (2).
^S. Forteath, Sec. (1); H. P. McCraney (2);
C. O. Lalonde (3).
William Hallam, Sec. (2); R. Bovvell (1); —
Reid (3).
T. Musgrave, Sec. (2); David John (1); R. F.
Horth (3).
F. Turgoose, Sec. (1);  E. R. John (2); Geo
Harrison (3).
J. W. Sluggett, See. (3); W. S. Butler (2); J.
Hagan (1).
Arthur Robinson, Sec.; Chas. Jordan ; H. J.
Payne.
W. T. Beadles, Sec; G. R. Linklater;   Geo.
Klovana.
f S. J. Rumball, Sec. (1); Joseph Barbell (2);
t        Robt. Turner (3). 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
Ii.
TABLE  C.—Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Continued.
Teachers.
Schools.
1898-99.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
Trustees.
Salmon Arm (Assistant)
Sandon, 1st Division	
Do     2nd
Miss S. A. Fenton...
T. J. Barron, B.A...
Miss M. D. Skinner..
Miss J. M. Cleveland
H. B. Barton	
Miss E. J. Carter.  ..
J. A. Hoy	
3rd
1st
1st
3rd
1st
2nd
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
2nd
2nd
2nd
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
3rd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
2nd
3rd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
Class B
n     A
ii     B
n     B
ii     B
ii     B
.1      B
ii      B
ii      B
ii     A
,i     B
i,     A
,i      B
ii      A
i.     A
ii      B
n      B
,i      B
,i      B
ii      A
i,     A
,,      B
ii     A
ii      B
ii      A
n      A
,.     B
ii      B
ii     B
,i      B
ii      A
.!         A
,i      A
ii      A
ii      B
i,     B
ii      A
I!         B
ii      A
,i    A
ii     B
ii     B
i.     B
Aug.,
April,
Aug.,
Dec,
Aug.,
March
Aug.,
Jan.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
Jan.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
April,
Nov.,
Jan.,
Feb.,
Aug.,
Nov.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Sept.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
April,
Aug.,
Oct.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Oct.,
Sept.,
Aug.,
1898
1899
1897
1898
1894
1898
1884
1899
1897
1898
1898
1898
1898
1897
1892
1896
1899
1897
1899
1891
1898
1898
1896
1898
1898
1898
1S98
1894
1897
1895
1S98
1898
1899
1897
1897
1899
1898
1894
1893
1894
1898
1896
1897
$ 50 00
60 00
60 00
50 00
58 50
40 00
50 00
50 00
58 50
68 50
50 00
50 00
58 50
58 =0
50 00
j-  50 00
I  60 00
50 00
58 50
50 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
I  40 00
50 00
I  50 00
60 00
58 50
40 00
40 00
70 00
55 00
50 00
S. -J. Rumhall, Sec; J. Harhell; R. Turner.
1W.  H.  Lilly, Sec.  (2); E.  Cliffe (1); A. C.
j        McArthur (3).
G. V. Ogle,  Sec.; A. B. Ferguson; J.  Cameron.
\V>. A. McMillan, Sec. (1); J. W. Miller (2);
J         Alex. Duff (3).
W. T. Chapman, Sec (2); A. Nightingale (1);
D. C. Barry (3).
Do.      (Monitor)	
Shawnigan	
Shuswap 	
Miss F. Beattie ....
H. F. PuUen 	
Miss A. Trembath...
Miss M. McGraw	
A. McMullen	
Mrs. J. M. II. Harding
Miss J. Mebius	
Bruce.
J. Ross, Sec. (1); J. R. Shaw (2); Geo. Hoffman (3).
W. R. Armstrong, Sec. (1); Louis Herber (2);
John Brethour (3).
A. E. Skinner, See. (1); Thomas Law (2); R.
Nelson  (3).
J. A. McKinnon, Sec,; James Bowes; G. A.
D. McCurdy, Sec (1); R. L. Cawston (2); W.
J. Manery (3).
J. Flewin, Sec. (2); Dr. A. E. Bolton (3); C.
M. Richards (1).
J. N. Evans, Sec. (1) ; Geo. Kier(2);D. Evans
(3).
Silverton	
Sooke, East    -|
D. A. Fraser	
D. A. Fraser	
John Brandon	
Miss K. Cairns	
H. A. Fraser	
Miss A. M. Hopkins.
Miss M. J. McCannel
Angus Clark 	
W. L. Tompkins ....
W. Blair	
J. H. Monk	
John A.  Murray Sec.  (3); H.  Robinson (1);
Robert Muir (2).
Thomas Oldershaw, Sec. (3); Jos. Dales (1);
John Dales (2).
Thos. J. Lewis, Sec. (3); Thomas Waklem, (1);
D. Mitchell (2).
C. T. Crozier,  Sec.  (1); H.  Ehmcke (2); A.
Schubert (3).
J. Negrean, Sec; Eli Martel; John Smith.
W. F. Hine, Sec. (1); Wm. Mead (2); R. Balfour (3).
O. N. Hamerton, Sec; N. Black; W. E. Potter.
W. Mashiter, Sec; Allan Rae ; T. Read.
H. G. Selby-Hele, Sec. (3); J. T. Wilband (1);
C. H. Whetham (2).
VV. McColl Sec. (3); S   McHugh (2); D.  A.
Smith (1).
Hugh Roach, Sec (2); T. R. Porter (1); W. M.
Ross (3).
L. L. Chadsey, Sec. (1); F. Arnold (2); S. Toop
(3).
G. A. Travis,  Sec  (3); J.  L. Chadsey (1); J.
Barrett (2).
T. F. York, Sec. (2); M. G. Fadden (3); Wm.
Porter (1).
W. S. Whiteside, See.; O. C. Peterson ; R. H.
Quaggan.
J. Churohland, Sec.   (3);   C.   Brown  (1);  A.
Richardson (2).
j. T. Kelly, Sec; W. Hunter; Thos. Rowse.
Michael Phillipps, Sec; J. D. Gordon; D. Mac-
Lennan.
■)
VR. Hetherington, Sec. (1); Edwin Abbott (2);
1         J. P. Hancock (3).
)
\
VDr. W. T. Hoyes, Sec. (1); N. Binns (2); T.
1         VV. Coleman (3).
Spence's Sridge	
Spuzzum (Monitor)	
Steveston 	
Strawberry Vale	
Sumas, South 	
Sumas, Upper	
Sunlntt'i/ (Monitor).... -j
D. E. Stevenson ....
Miss E. J. Blair
E. H. McEwen	
Miss Constance Green
S. Moore, B.A	
Miss J. Arthur	
William Langsford..
Miss D. E. Fowler ..
Miss M. Godson	
Miss G. A. Godson ..
Miss E. I. Miller ....
fl. E. Estabrooks....
Miss M. G. Bunting.
Miss B. Fraser	
Three Fortes -
Tolmie, 1st Division	
Do.    2nd      „       (Mon.)
Do.     3rd      „       (Mon.)
Trail, 1st Division 	
Do.   2nd       ,,      	
Do.   3rd        ,	 lii.
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1899
TABLE  O.—Public School Trustees and Teachers during 1898-99.—Continued.
Teachers.
Schools.
1898-99.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
Trustees.
Miss A. M. Parsons .
L. J. Bruce	
2nd Class A
2nd     ,,     B
2nd     ,,     B
1st      n     B
Sept.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
1897
1898
1898
1896
$ 58 50
50 00
60 00
76 00
I.  B. Burr, Sec. (2); W. Pybus (3); G.  Mc-
Closkey (1).
I. J. Langstaff, Sec. (1); A. Abrahamson (2);
Tynehead (Serpentine) —
Union Mines, 1st Division .
H. McPherson (3).
D. M. Robertson, Sec. (2); P.. McCaskill (1);
G. W. Atchison (3).
|
Do.           2nd     ii
Do.           3rd      ,i
Miss L. L. Nickerson
Miss M. B. Webster .
1st      „     B
2nd     ,,     B
Aug.,
Aug.,
1894
1896
58 50
50 00
>-Jas. Abrams, Sec. (1); W. B. Walker (2); A.
McKnight (3).
Do.           4th      ii
Miss E. Milligan ....
2nd     ,,     B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
)
Union Wharf (Monitor)	
M. McKinnon, M. A.
1st      „     A
Dec,
1898
40 00
VI. Manson, Sec (3); A. McKay (1); C. A. Mc-
Lane (2).
F.  C. Yeatman,  Sec; Alfred Joyce; R. H.
Miss Emily Raper...
3rd     „     B
3rd     ,,     A
April,
May,
1898
1899
50 00
30 00
Hall.
Arthur Vernon, Sec; F. G. Patterson; James
Raper.
Vancouver :—
High School,   1st Div...
A. Robinson, B.A...
1st       „      A
Aug.,
1891
135 00
>(
,,             2nd Div..
J. C. Shaw, M.A....
1st       ,,      A
Aug.,
1893
100 00
3rd Div ..
G. E.Robinson, B.A.
1st       ,,     A
Aug,,
1893
100 00
,,             4th Div..
J. H. Kerr, B. A....
1st       ,,      A
Aug.,
1893
100 00
„             5th Div ..
J. K. Henry, B.A...
1st       i,      A
Aug.,
1893
100 00
Central Soh'l, 1st Div...
1st       ,i      B
Aug.,
1897
90 00
„            2nd Div..
D. M. Robinson, B.A
1st       ,,      A
Jan.,
1894
75 00
„             3rd Div..
A. Gilchrist	
1st       „      B
Aug.,
1897
65 00
„            4th Div..
MissR.M. Macfarlane
1st       „     B
Jan.,
1894
50 00
5th Div..
Miss A. L. Buttimer.
3rd      ,,     A
Jan.,
1894
55 00
6th Div..
2nd      „      B
Aug.,
1898
40 00
„             7th Div..
2nd      ,i     B
Aug.,
1897
40 00
„             8th Div..
Miss M. B. Johnstone
3rd      „     B
Jan.,
1894
50 00
&th Div..
10th Divi
Miss G. A. Mcintosh,
[B.A.
Miss E. L. George...
Miss M. L. Fletcher.
1st       ,,      A
2nd      „     A
2nd      ,i      A
Aug.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
1897
1898
1899
40 00
35 00
50 00
,,           11th Div..
Miss E. I. Galbraith.
2nd      „     B
April,
1899
40 00
G. H. Tom	
1st       „      B
1st       ,,     B
Oct.,
Aug.,
1893
1894
90 00
75 00
„             2nd Div..
J. J. Dougan	
3rd Div..
Miss B. Johnston ...
1st       ,,     B
Aug.,
1894
65 00
4th Div..
Miss M. G. McKay ..
2nd     „     B
Aug.,
1894
60 00
5th Div..
Miss A. A. Rhodes..
2nd     „     A
Nov.,
1896
50 00
„             6th Div-'
Miss M. L. Fletcher.
Robert Brechin.   ...
2nd     „     A
2nd     ,,     B
Aug.,
Jan.,
1894
1899
!•  50 00
„             7th Div..
Miss C. A. Barnes...
2nd     i,     A
Aug.,
1894
55 00
8th Div..
1st      n     A
Nov.,
1895
40 00
9th Div..
Miss A. E. Fraser ...
2nd     „     B
Jan.,
1894
50 00
10th Div..
W. H. Brown	
2nd     I,     B
Jan.,
1898
40 00
„            11th Div..
Miss E. M. Carter...
2nd     „     A
Jan.,
1896
40 00
„            12th Div..
Miss M. I. Fraser ...
2nd     ,,     B
Feb.,
1897
40 00
13th Div |
J. K. Green.	
2nd     ,,     B
2nd     ii     A
Aug.,
April,
1897
1899
35 00
50 00 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
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TABLE  C— Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Continued.
Teachers.
Trustees.
Schools.
1898-99.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
Vancouver ;—
East School,   14th Div..
16th Div-]
Robert Brechin .  ...
Miss E. L. George...
2nd Class B
2nd     „     B
2nd     ,i     A
Feb.,      1898
Aug.,     1898
Jan.,      1899
$35 00
50 00
. 35 00
W. D. Brydone-Jack, B.A.,   '
M.D., Chairman,
W. J. McGuigan, M. D.,
s-Two years.
,,            16th Div..
Miss E. C. Parker...
2nd     „     B
April,    1899
40 00
C. W. Murray, Secretary.
Mt. Pleasant,   1st Div ..
,,            2nd Div..
„            3rd Div ..
„            4th Div...
„            5th Div...
6th Div ..
G. W. Jamieson ....
T. S. Baxter	
A. E. Gordon, B.A..
A. K. H. Macfarlane,
[B.A.
Miss F. Morrison ..
1st      „     B
1st      ,,     B
1st      ,,     B
1st      „     A
1st      „     A
Temporary .
Jan.,      1892
Jan.,     1892
Oct.,      1897
Aug.,     1898
Aug.,     1898
Jan.,      1894
90 00
75 00
65 00
60 00
50 00
55 00
C. C. Eldridge,                      >
Mrs. C. Reid,
William Brown,
James Ramsay.                       /
-One year.
7th Div...
Miss C. E. Bennett..
1st Class  A
Jan.,      1896
40 00
Sth Div...
Miss A. E. McCallum
2nd     „     B
Aug.,     1895
50 00
9th Div. j
Miss U. M. Stitt ...
Miss Ethel Stewart..
Temporary .
2nd Class B
Aug.,     1895
Oct.,      1898
j-  50 00
,,          10th Div...
Miss S. Moscrop	
1st      „     A
Sept.,    1896
40 00
„          11th Div...
Miss L. Fletcher —
2nd     i,     B
Aug.,     1895
55 00
„          12th Div...
Miss M. L. Harding .
1st      ,,     B
April,    1S99
50 00
West School,    1st Div ..
A. C. Stewart	
1st      i,     B
May,     1898
90 00
„             2nd Div..
J. S. Gordon, B.A...
1st       ii      A
Aug.,     1898
75 00
„            3rd Div ..
J. D.' Fraser	
2nd     ,,     A
Aug.,     1895
65 00
„            4th Div ..
H. A. McTaggart....
1st       i,      A
Aug.,     189S
50 00
5th Div..
Miss C. A. Bodwell..
1st      „     B
Jan.,      1896
40 00
6th Div   .
Miss Sara Hewton...
2nd     ,,     B
Aug.,     1898
40 00
7th Div ..
Miss M. E. Speirs ...
1st      „     B
April,    1896
50 00
8th Div ..
,,             9th Div..
Miss M. K. Edmison,
[B.A.
Miss E. Murray	
1st       „      A
2nd     i,      B
Sept.,    1898
April,    1893
40 00
50 00
10th Div..
Miss H. Wintemute.
Temporary .
Jan.,      1894
50 00
„           11th Div ..
Miss L. Maclaren....
1st Class   B
Nov.,     1895
40 00
„            12th Div..
Miss M. McKinnon..
2nd     n      B
Feb.,     1897
35 00
13th Div ..
Miss M. Macfarlane .
2nd     ii     A
May,     1893
55 00
,,           14th Div..
Miss B. Turner	
3rd      „     B
Jan.,     1898
25 00
15th Div..
T. E. Knapp	
2nd      ,,      B
Aug.,     1894
60 00
„           16th Div..
Miss Mary M. Creech
2nd     i,     B
April,     1899
40 00
Fairview Sch'l, 1st Div..
G. W. McRae	
1st      „     B
Aug.,     1893
80 00
,,             2nd Div..
Miss E. L. LePage ..
1st       i,     B
March,  1894
50 00
,,             3rd Div..
Miss F. M. Currie...
2nd     „     B
Feb.,     1897
35 00
4th Div..
Miss F. Southcott...
1st       i,      B
Feb.,     1896
40 00
)
Vancouver, East	
Vedder Mountain
[Monitor
Vernon, 1st Division	
M. McMillan 	
Miss F. Street	
1st       ii     B
2nd     ,,     A
3rd      „     B
1st      ii     B
Aug.,     1897
Feb.,     1897
Sept.,    1898
Jan.,      1896
50 00
50 00
40 00
80 00
W.  P. Brown, Sec. (2); J. H. Bowman (3);
James Nelson (1).
lohn Ewen, Sec. (2); Win. Hamilton (3); J.
Jones (1).
1. L. Broe, Sec; Wm. Chadsey; James Haun-
some.
) liv.
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TABLE C-
-Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Continued.
Teachers.
Trustees.
SCHOOLS.
1898-99.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
„       3rd     „       	
Miss I. Lyons	
Miss E. Harding....
2nd Class
2nd     ,,
A
B
Aug.,
Feb.,
1897
1896
$58 50
50 00
If. H. Latimer, Sec, (3); Frank McGowen (2);
{        R. Megaw (1).
4th     	
Miss M. Wolfenden..
2nd     ii
B
Aug.,
1898
50 00
1
T. A. McMartin, B.A.
Philip H. Page
1st      ,,
2nd     ,,
A
A
Dec,
Jan.,
1897
1899
\   50 00
\. Walter, Sec (3); John T. Collins (2); Percy
Purvis (1).
Vesuvius, North	
Victoria :—
L. C. Ashworth  ....
2nd     ii
B
Dec,
1898
50 00
E. J. Rosman, Sec. (3); J. P. Booth, M.I'.P. (1)
W. T. Cotsford (2).
High School, 1st Div....
E. B. Paul, M.A....
1st       i,
A
Sept.,
1892
110 00
\
„         2nd Div....
A. J. Pineo, M.A....
1st        II
A
Aug.,
1895
90 00
,,          3rd Div....
E. H. Russell, B.A. .
1st        I,
A
Aug.,
1895
90 00
4th Div....
Miss R. Watson, B.A.
1st       ii
A
Sept.,
1897
75 00
Boys' School, 1st Div....
,,          2nd Div....
J. D. Gillis	
1st      ,,
2nd     „
B
A
Aug.,
Aug.,
1897
1896
90.00
66 66
J. F. Sallaway	
,,         3rd Div....
A. W. Curry	
1st      „
B
Aug.,
1896
62 50
,,         4th Div....
Miss E. E. Sylvester.
1st       ,,
B
Aug.,
1894
54 16
5th Div	
W. N. Winsby	
1st       „
B
Aug.,
1895
50 00
6th Div....
J. J. Stephenson....
2nd     i,
B
Feb.,
1898
55 00
7th Div   ..
Miss E. M. Jesse	
2nd      „
B
Sept.,
1895
50 00
„         Sth Div....
Miss A. Nason	
2nd     ii
A
Jan.,
1897
50 00
Girls' School, 1st Div ....
Miss M, Williams ...
1st        [|
B
Aug.,
1893
90 00
2nd Div....
Miss L. A. F. Barron
1st        II
B
Jan.,
1894
66 66
,,         3rd Div....
Miss A. Keast	
2nd     ,,
A
Jan.,
1894
62 50
„         4th Div....
Miss M. Lawson ....
1st       ,|
B
April,
1897
64 16
5th Div....
Miss I. M. F. Barron.
3rd      „
A
Sept.,
1897
50 00
6th Div..-j
Miss I. R. Christie ..
Miss E. M. Shrapnel.
2nd     „
1st        ,i
A
B
Aug.,
Sept.,
1894
1895
|   50 00
7th Div.. J
Miss E. M. Shrapnel.
Miss I. R. Christie ..
1st      ,,
2nd      ,,
B
A
Sept.,
Aug.,
1895
1894
|  50 00
„          Sth Div....
1st       n
B
Aug.,
1894
55 00
N. WardSch'l, 1st Div..
A. B McNeill	
1st
B
Aug.,
1894
90 00
R. B. McMicking, Chairman,*)
,,              2nd Div..
Miss A. C. Dowler ..
1st      ,.
B
Nov.,
1896
66 66
William Marchant,
-One year.
,,                3rd Div..
A. Galbraith	
2nd     „
A
Nov.,
1896
54 16
A. L. Belyea,
4th Div -]
J. H. Soady, B.A....
J. M. Campbell	
1st      ,,
2nd     ii
A
B
Jan.,
Aug.,
1898
1898
J-  54 16
.Mrs. Helen Grant.                  J
5th Div ..
Miss A. Spragge ....
1st      ,,
B
Aug.,
1894
50 00
A. G. McCandless,                  "\
|
,,               6th Div -j
J. M. Campbell	
D. S. Tait	
2nd      ,.
1st       n
B
B
Aug.,
Oct.,
1898
1898
\   50 00
Dr. Lewis Hall,                         ^Two years.
1
Mrs. Maria Grant,                   )
7th Div..
Miss E. J. King	
1st        ii
B
Aug.,
1895
50 00
Secretary of the Board—F. H. Eaton, M.A.
Sth Div..
Miss S. J. Murton...
2nd     it
A
Aug.,
1895
50 00
„              9th Div |
Miss J. C. Strachan .
Miss E. E. Harrap ..
2nd      „
2nd     ,i
B
B
Dec,
Jan.,
1895
1899
I  50 00
10th Div..
Miss S. Blackwell...
2nd     ii
A
Oct.,
1897
50 00
„             11th Div ..
Miss M. Lucas	
2nd      „
B
Aug.,
1895
50 00
12th Div..
Miss L. M. Grant ...
1st        II
B
Jan.,
1899
50 00 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report,
lix.
TABLE D.— Exhibit of Expenditure for Education Proper during the year 1898-99.
Continued.
School Districts.
Langley
Langley, East
Langley Prairie
Lansdowne
Lillooet
Lillooet, South
Lochiel
Lulu
Lulu j East	
Lumby    	
Lytton	
Lytton, North	
Malahat	
Maple Bay	
Maple Ridge	
Mara	
Mayne Island   	
Metchosin 	
Midway (Boundary Creek)
Mission	
Moodyville	
Morris Valley...	
Mountain	
Mount Lehman	
Moyie City	
Mud Bay	
Nakusp  	
Nanaimo	
Nanaimo Bay	
Nanaimo, North	
Nanaimo, South	
Nanoose	
Nelson	
New Denver	
New Westminster	
Nicola	
Nicola, Lower	
Nicomin, North	
North Arm	
North Bend	
Northfield	
Amount paid
for   Teachers'
Salaries.
Incidental
Expenses, including Rent,
&c.
Amount paid for
Education
Proper in each
District.
•S600 00
8 40 00
$640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
6C0 00
40 00
640 00
702 00
27 51
729 51
702 00
40 00
742 00
591 07'
40 00
631 07
600 00
40 00
640 00
645 00
40 00
685 00
40 00
40 00
500 00
40 00
540 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
400 00
40 00
440 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
1,419 00
60 00
1,479 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
1,479 00
80 00
1,559 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
360 00
40 00
400 00
1,182 00
80 00
1,262 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
385 23
40 00
425 23
600 00
40 00
640 00
702 00
50 00
752 00
Per capita grant
7,391 38
366 66
40 00
406 66
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
3,170 00
450 00
3,620 00
720 00
50 00
770 00
Per capita grant
702 00
6,936 90
40 00
742 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
2,214 00
120 00
2,334 00 63 Vict.                                  Public Schools Report.                                          lv.
TABLE  C—Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Concluded.
Schools.
Teachers.
1898-99.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
Trustees.
Victoria :—
S. Park Sch'l, 1st Div ..
Miss A. D. Cameron.
1st Class  B
Aug ,     1894
S90 00
,,                2nd Div..
Miss L. M. Speers...
1st      „     B
Aug.,     1895
54 16
„              3rd Div ..
Miss S. A. Robinson.
1st      ,,     B
Aug.,     1895
62 50
4th Div ..
Miss M. C. Maclean .
1st      i,     B
Aug.,     1896
50 00
„              5th Div ..
Miss P. Frank	
1st      ,,     B
Aug.,     1895
50 00
,,              6th Div..
Miss C. T. Lorimcr..
2nd     ,      A
Aug.,     1895
50 00
„              7th Div ..
Miss F. A. Brown ...
1st       ,,     B
Aug.,     1896
50 00
Sth Div ..
Miss F. C. Fraser ...
1st       „     B
Aug.,     1895
50 00
9th Div..
Miss E. G. Lawson..
2nd     „     A
Aug.,     1895
06 66
West School, 1st Div...
L. Tait	
1st      ,,     B
Aug.,     1895
90 00
2nd Div...
Miss A. F. Gardiner.
1st       ,i     B
Nov.,     1896
66 66
„           3rd Div. -j
D. S. Tait	
Miss L. M. Powell...
1st      „     B
1st       ,,      B
Aug.,     189S
Oct.,      1898
j-  50 00
4th Div...
Miss C. C. Christie..
2nd     ,,     A
Feb.,      1898
50 00
5th Div...
Miss M. A. Gaudin..
2nd      „     B
Feb.,     1895
50 00
6th Div ...
Miss E. Nisbet	
2nd     ,,     A
Dec,      1895
50 00
Spring Ridge, 1st Div...
Mrs. F. E. Taylor...
2nd     ii     A
Aug.,     1895
55 00
,,          2nd Div. •!
Miss L. M. Grant	
Miss    M.   S.   Black-
1st      ,,     B
1st      u     B
Aug.,     1898
Jan.,      1899
[-   50 00
3rd Div...
[bourn
Miss E. M. Arthur ..
2nd      ii      B
Sept.,     1895
50 00
.
Miss E. Tibbatts ....
Miss H. Mclver	
L. J. O'Brien, B.A..
2nd      ,i     B
3rd       ,.      B
1st       ,,     A
Aug.,     1898
Feb.,      1898
Aug.,     1897
60 00
40 00
85 00
J. T. Burgess, Sec (2); J. Berkman (3); R. H.
Webster's Corners
[Monitor
Wellington, 1st Div	
Bohart (1).
John Alexander, Sec; J. W. Stoney; Mrs. A.
Wilcock.
„            2nd Div	
G. A. Maudson, B.A.
1st       „      A
Aug.,     1898
60 00
3rd Div	
Miss L. M. Edwards.
2nd     ,,     B
Oct.,      1893
55 00
4th Div	
Miss F. Uren	
2nd     ii     A
Sept.,    1895
50 00
5th Div	
Miss A. John	
3rd     ,,     B
Sept.,    1894
50 00
,-T. F. Haggart, Sec (1); Jas. Wilson (2); F.
W. Hawes (3).
„            6th Div	
Miss M. 0. Edwards.
2nd      ,,     A
Sept.,    1898
50 00
„           7th Div	
Mrs. K. Bertiaux . ..
3rd       „      B
Oct.,       1896
50 00
Sth Div.... j
[Monitor (
Miss A. S. Matheson.
Miss E. A. Lee	
2nd     „     B
2nd     „     A
Oct.,      1897
Jan.,      1899
[-   40 00
I
Miss F. N. Elmsly    .
N. R. Hopkins
2nd      ,,     A
2nd     ,,     A
Jan.,      1896
Jan.,      1899
j-   50 0(
F. Kirkland, Sec. (3); C. Albortsen (1); Jas.
Frew (2).
T. C. Meroer	
Miss E. A. King   ..
Miss S. Walker	
1st       „      B
2nd      „      B
2nd     i,     A
April,     1898
Aug.,     1898
Jan.,     1899
50 00
j-   60 00
11.  M. Sutherland, Sec. (2); J. Owen (3); A.
Gilchrist (1).
ti.  P.   Koran,  Sec (2); Thomas Paxton (3);
Wm. Felker (1).
Miss E. H. Gibbon ..
2nd     ,,      B
Jan.,      1898
60 00
Mrs. C. M.  Kimpton, Sec;  B. Morigan ; A.
W. Tegert.
Yale |
Wm. Langsford	
Miss F. N. Elmsly ..
1st       .,      B
2nd     ii     A
Aug.,     1897
Jan.,      1899
j-   55 00
3. J. Creighton, Sec. (3); Mrs. J. MacQuarrie
(2); M. Castle (1).
Ymir	
Miss E. M. Green....
2nd     „     B
Aug.,     1897
60 00
V.  C.   Forester,   Sec; J.   McLeod;   R.   Mc
Roberts.
Note. —The figures (1), (2), (3) after a Trustee's name indicate the unexpired number of years for which he was elected. lvi.
Public Schools Report.
1899
TABLE D.—Exhibit of Expenditure for Education Proper during the year 1898-99.
School Districts.
Abbotsford	
Aberdeen	
Agassiz	
Ainsworth	
Alberni 	
Alberni (Beaver Creek)	
Aldergrove	
Aldergrove, South	
Aldergrove, South, West.
Alexandria	
Anarchist Mountain	
Anniedale	
Armstrong	
Arrotvhead	
Ashcroft	
Atchelitz	
Barkerville	
Beaver	
Beaver Point	
Bella Coola	
Belmont	
Rig Bar 	
Rlach Mountain	
Blue Springs (White Valley) ..
Boundary Bay 	
Bowen Island 	
Brandon-Slocan .   	
RraoUlyn,	
Brownsville	
Burgoyne Bay 	
Burnaby 	
Burnaby, West	
Burton 	
Cache Creek	
Cadboro 	
Camp McKinney 	
Camp Slough 	
Cape Scott	
Cariboo Road	
Cascade City	
Cedar Hill	
Cedar, East	
Amount paid
for Teachers'
Salaries.
$600 00
480 CO
600 00
720 00
720 00
480 00
600 00
600 00
480 00
300 00
660 00
600 00
702 00
550 00
1,302 00
600 00
960 00
600 00
600 00
702 00
511 66
600 00
600 00
675 00
600 00
131 66
1,320 00
233 87
600 00
702 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
702 00
600 00
446 77
600 00
550 00
640 64
600 00
702 00
600 00
Amount paid
for Incidental
Expenses, in-
eluding Rent,
$40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
60 00
40 00
220 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
140 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
26 40
40 00
40 00
Amount paid
for Education
Proper in each
District.
$640 00
520 00
640 00
770 00
760 00
620 00
640 00
640 00
520 00
340 00
700 00
640 00
742 00
600 00
1,362 00
640 00
1,180 00
640 00
640 00
742 00
511 66
640 00
640 00
715 00
640 00
131 66
1,460 00
273 87
640 00
742 00
640 00
640 00
640 00
742 00
640 00
486 77
640 00
590 00
680 64
626 40
742 00
640 00 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
lvii.
TABLE D.—Exhibit of Expenditure for Education Proper during the year 1898-99.
Continued.
School Districts.
Amount paid
for Teachers'
Salaries.
Amount paid for
Incidental
Expenses, including Rent,
&c.
Amount paid for
Education
Proper in each
District.
$600 00
600 00
480 00
600 00
600 00
600 00
1,959 00
600 00
1,182 00
364 10
600 00
702 00
702 00
493 33
600 00
530 00
572 58
600 00
702 00
550 00
702 00
375 00
702 00
600 00
600 00
660 00
1,135 00
480 00
752 00
600 00
480 00
645 00
365 33
702 00
600 00
720 00
600 00
660 00
600 00
702 00
1,119 00
$40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
100 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
24 73
40 00
40 00
100 00
29 61
12 65
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
50 00
640 00
520 00
640 00
640 00
640 00
2,059 00
640 00
1,242 00
464 10
640 00
742 00
742 00
533 33
640 00
570 00
612 58
640 00
742 00
590 00
742 00
415 00
Delta   	
742 00
624 73
640 00
700 00
1,235 00
509 61
764 65
640 00
520 00
685 00
405 33
742 00
640 00
Fairfield	
760 00
640 00
700 00
640 00
752 00
1,169 00 lviii.
Public Schools Report.
1899
TABLE  D.- —Exhibit of Expenditure for Education Proper during the year 1898-99.
Continued.
School Districts.
Gabriola, North	
Gabriola, South	
Galiano	
Ganges	
Glenvalley	
Golden 	
Goldstream	
Gordon Head	
Grand Forks	
Grand Prairie	
Grantham 	
Greenwood	
Gulfside	
Hall's Prairie	
Hammond	
Haney ,	
Haney, East	
Harewood 	
Hat Creek	
Hatzic	
Hernando ..  .   	
Highland	
Hope	
Ho'pe Station	
Hornby	
Howe Sound	
Huntingdon	
Illecilletvaet	
rTubilee	
Junction	
Kamloops ,	
Kaslo	
Kelowna	
Kensington	
Kensington, East ..
Kettle River 	
Kettle River, North.
Kuskonook	
Lac la Hache	
Ladner 	
Lake	
Amount paid
for Teachers'
Salaries.
Amount paid
for Incidental
Expenses, including Rent
&c.
$200 00
572 58
$200 00
$ 40 00
612 58
600 00
40 00
640 00
460 64
40 00
500 64
600 00
28 05
628 05
702 00
50 00
752 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
660 00
62 50
722 50
702 00
40 00
742 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
605 00
40 00
645 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
27 75
627 75
200 00
20 00
220 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
454 40
40 00
494 40
1,125 00
60 00
1,185 00
300 00
20 00
320 00
550 00
40 00
590 00
300 00
20 00
320 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
660 00
40 00
700 00
60 00
20 00
80 00
569 23
40 00
609 23
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
50 00
650 00
480 00
40 00
520 00
585 00
40 00
625 00
2,922 00
315 00
3,237 00
2,040 00
150 00
2,190 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
440 00
40 00
480 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
216 07
20 00
236 07
74 83
20 00
94 83
702 00
40 00
742 00
1,182 00
60 00
1,242 00
643 50
49 00
692 50
Amount paid
for Education
Proper in each
District. lx.
Public Schools Report.
1899
TABLE D.—Exhibit of Expenditure for Education Proper during the year 1898-99.
Continued.
School Districts.
North Thompson	
North Thompson, West
Notch Hill	
Oak Bay	
Okanagan	
Okanagan Landing ...
Okanagan Falls (Penticton) .
Okanagan Mission	
Okanagan, South	
Okanagan, West	
Otter	
Otter Lake	
Otter Point	
Oyster, North	
Parksville	
Pavilion	
Peachland	
Pender 	
Pilot Say    	
Port Kells ....._	
Port Moody	
Prairie	
Prospect 	
Puntledge	
Qualicum	
Quamichan 	
Quatsino	
Quesnelle	
Read Island	
Retreat Cove...	
Revelstoke	
Rock Mountain	
Rocky Point	
Rosedale	
Rossland	
Round Prairie	
Saanich, North	
Saanich, South	
Saanich, West	
Sahtlam	
Salmo	
Amount paid
for Teachers'
Salaries.
for Incidental
Expenses, including Rent.
&c.
Amount paid
for Education
Proper in each
District.
702 00
40 00
742 00
480 00
40 00
520 00
600 00
27 35
627 35
600 00
49 00
649 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
50 00
600 00
50 00
40 00
640 00
622 05
40 00
662 05
702 00
40 00
742 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
679 50
40 00
719 50
153 54
20 00
173 54
550 00
40 00
590 00
600 00
25 65
625 65
600 00
40 00 .
640 00
575 50
40 00
615 50
600 00
40 00
640 00
702 00
50 00
752 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
645 00
40 00
685 00
720 00
40 00
760 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
500 00
40 00
540 00
819 00
40 00
859 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
40 00
1,926 66
40 00
399 00
2,325 66
483 33
40 00
523 33
550 00
40 00
590 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
5,727 90
950 00
6;677 90
702 00
40 00
742 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
720 00
40 00
760 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
.480 00
40 00
520 00
116 12
20 00
136 12 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
lxi.
TABLE D.—Exhibit of Expenditure for Education Proper during the year 1898-99.
Continued.
School Districts.
Salmon Arm	
Salmon Ann (Assistant) .
Sandon 	
Savona   	
Sea Island	
Shawnigan	
Short's Point	
Shuswap	
Sidney	
Silverdale	
Silverton	
Similkameen	
Simpson     	
Somenos	
Sooke	
Sooke, East	
Southfield	
Spallumcheen	
Spence's Bridge	
Spring Brook 	
Sptt&zum	
Squamish	
Stave River	
Steveston	
Strawberry Vale	
Sumas	
Sumas, South	
Sumas, Upper	
Stmbury	
Surrey Centre ..  	
Three Forks	
Tobacco Plains	
Tolmie	
Trail	
Trenant	
Troiit Lake	
Tynehead (Serpentine)	
Union Mines	
Union Wharf	
Valdez Island	
Vananda 	
Amount paid
for Teachers'
Salaries.
for Incidental
Expenses, including Rent,
&c.
Amount paid
for Education
Proper in each
District.
702 00
40 00
742 00
550 00
40 00
590 00
86S 00
210 95
1,078 95
600 00
40 00
640 00
1,182 00
60 00
1,242 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
229 03
20 00
249 03
702 00
40 00
742 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
50 00
650 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
550 00
40 00
590 00
393 33
40 00
483 33
600 00
40 00
640 00
702 00
40 00
742 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 60
640 00
320 00
40 00
360 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
550 00
60 00
610 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
476 00
40 00
516 00
583 87
40 00
623 87
600 00
28 50
628 50
636 92
50 00
686 92
1,662 00
80 00
1,742 00
2,100 00
337 75
2,437 75
702 00
40 00
742 00
550 00
50 00
600 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
2,814 00
301 95
3,116 95
480 00
40 00
520 00
600 00
40 00
640 00
56 12
20 00
76 12 lxii.
Public Schools Report
1899
TABLE D.—Exhibit of Expenditure for Education Proper during the year 1898-99.
Concluded.
School Districts.
Amount paid
for Teachers'
Salaries.
Amount paid
for Incidental
Expenses, including Rent,
&c.
Amount paid
for Education
Proper in each
District.
Per capita
S 600 00
600 00
388 00
2,862 00
575 80
543 54
Per capita
696 92
50 00
470 96
5,280 00
600 00
600 00
636 92
720 00
617 41
720 00
grant.
$ 40 00
40 00
40 00
250 00
40 00
40 00
grant.
50 00
822,010 20
640 00
3,112 00
016 80
5S3 54
20,353 64
746 92
50 00
40 00
413 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
510 96
5,693 00
640 00
640 00
676 92
770 00
Yale	
657 41
770 00
$241,029 69
514,126 35
$255,156 04
Education Office.
Salary of Superintendent of Education
Do.     Inspector of Schools	
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Clerk	
Assistant Clerk	
Expenses of Teachers' Examination :—
Examiners, Supervisors, and Travelling Expenses.
Stationery, janitors, etc	
! 2,205 00
1,680 00
1,560 00
1,320 00
1,440 00
1,020 00
468 00
. $1,085 98
126 80
Maps and Globes    	
Travelling expenses of Superintendent and Inspectors	
Stationery for examination of High Schools and Graded Schools .
High School Entrance Certificates and Rolls of Honour 	
Expenses of Office	
Amount paid for Teachers' Salaries ...
Do. Incidental Expenses
Per capita grants to Cities	
Total cost of Education Proper.
1,212 78
569 85
1,782 80
40 45
157 50
41 04
13,497 42
184,337 57
14,126 35
56,692 12
$268,653 46 63 Vict. Public Schools Eeport. lxiii.
PART III.
APPENDICES.  63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
Ixix.
Second Class, Grade A.—Concluded.
McTavish, Donald N.,
Moss, Miss Laura,
Cairns, Miss Kate,
Elmsly, Miss Florence N.,
Huggard, Everard,
Beattie, Matthew,
Hartt, Miss Flora E.,
Ogilvie, William P.,
Lawson, Miss Ellen G.,
Mercer, Thomas C,
Smith, Miss Nettie C,
Mercer, Miss Mary E.,
Taylor, Mrs. Frances E.,
Sallaway, Joseph F.,
Thomson, Miss Dorathea M. M.:
May, William H. M.,
Caldwell, Miss Jennie,
Johnston, Miss Alice L.,
McEwen, Edwin H.,
Dykes, Watson,
Kendall, George,
Mebius. Miss Jeanette,
McMahan, Mrs. Emma C,
McDiarmid, Peter A.,
Mclntyre, James A.,
Campbell, Leonard A.,
Del], Miss Mabel,
Hunter, Douglas McD.,
Blackwell, Miss Seraph,
Blair, Wesley A.,
Clement, Samuel  B ,
Stevenson, Miss Clarinda E.,
Macfarlane, Miss Minnie J.,
Caspel, Edmund,
McDowell, Miss Mary,
Mclntyre, John,
Fraser, Henry A.,
Sexsmith, Miss Frances L.,
McPhail, Archibald A.,
Turner, George D.,
Tompkins, William L.,
Nason, Miss Mary A.,
Lawson, Miss Winnifred C,
Fraser, Miss Katharine N.,
Moore, Charles A.,
Fraser, James D.,
Clark, Angus,
Keast, Miss Ada,
Fletcher, Miss Mary E.,
Fowler, Miss Dora E.,
Page, Philip H.,
McKenzie, William A.,
Lukey, John T,
Trembath, Miss Agnes,
Haarer, Miss Mary P.,
1897.
1898.
Lewis, Miss Edith,
Smith, Miss Mary,
Pullen, Henry F.,
Wardle, Miss Ethel G.,
Davidson, Miss Augusta J.
Lyons, Miss Isabella,
Allison, Miss Dorothy,
Watson, Harvey G.,
Elliott, Dawson H,
Parker, Miss Edith C,
Carter, Miss Elizabeth 1VL,
Bruce, Leslie J.,
Allan, Robert H.,
Olding, Miss Elizabeth,
Burns, Miss Margaret M.,
McQueen, Miss Jessie,
Robson, Robert M.,
Campbell, Samuel B.,
Johnstone, Miss Jean P.,
Abercrombie, Miss Lena,
Walker, Miss Susie,
Kinney, William T.,
Ingram, James A.,
Carss, Miss Anna E.,
Brown, William H.,
Hawthorne, Miss Edith E.,
Mclvor, Miss Henrietta,
Fernie, Miss Edith S.,
Wriglesworth, Miss Annie
McDonald, Benson S ,
Laird, Miss Mary,
Dixon, Mrs. Alice E.,
Pope, Miss Marion A. B.,
Campbell, Miss Jessie,
Rowan, Miss Jessie F.,
Macken, Miss Norine,
Hamilton, Miss Myrtle P.,
Laughlin, Hugh A.,
Draper, Miss Katharine,
Goodrede, Albert B.,
Bradley, Miss Nellie S.,
Sinclair, Miss Jessie,
Philip, Miss Alice M.,
John, Miss Alice,
MacLeod, George A.,
Bates, John A.,
Moffatfc, Miss Maude L.,
Goostrey, George F.,
Pearce, Miss Emmeline,
McSween, Peter D.,
1898.
1899.
1,,
Second Class, Grade B.
1897.
Keast, Miss Ada,
Robertson, Miss Jessie,
Canfield, Francis O.,
Pearce, Miss Emmeline,
1897. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. lxv.
APPENDIX A.
Those holders of First Class Certificates marked with an * are not at present on the staff of
Teachers of this Province.
List op Certificated Teachers.
First Class, Grade A.
*Wilson, David, B.A., University of New Brunswick, 1888.
*Anderson, John, B. A.., University of New Zealand, 1888.
McKinnon, Michael, M.A., University of Halifax, 1888.
*Pottmeyer, Heinrich, 1888.
Stramberg, Hector M., B.A., Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1889.
Paul, Edward B., M.A., University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 1889.
Hunter, Walter, B.A., B.C.L., McGill University, Montreal, 1889.
Land ells, Robert, B.A., Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1889.
*Law, Robert, B.A., Ph.B., University of Victoria College, Ontario, 1889.
Henderson, Thomas, M.A., Queen's University, Dublin, 1889.
McGarrigle, Thomas A., B.A., University of New Brunswick, 1889.
*Miller, John J., B.Sc, Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1889.
*Cogswell, Oliver H., B.A., University of Acadia College, Nova Scotia, 1890.
*Cowperthwaite, Frederick M., B.A., University of New Brunswick, 1890.
*Goward, Henry, M.A., London University, England, 1890.
*MacGill, James H., B.A., Trinity College, Toronto, 1890.
*Robinson, Alexander, B.A., Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1890.
^Chambers, Miss Mary M., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1891.
Kerr, John H, B.A., University of Toronto, 1891.
*McInnes, William W. B., B.A., University of Toronto, 1891.
McMillan, John, B.A., University of New Brunswick, 1891.
Russell, Ernest H, B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1891.
*Young, Frederick McB., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1891.
*Burns, William, B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1892.
*Lang, Frederic William, B.A., University of Toronto, 1892.
*Roe, Edward Price, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, 1892.
Schuyler, Hiram Hartley, B.A., University of Victoria College, Ontario, 1892.
*Burnett, William Brenton, B.A., University of Acadia College, Nova Scotia, 1893.
Ellenwood, William Rogers, B.A., McGill University, Montreal, 1893.
*Fullagar, Lewis Henry, B.A., Cambridge University, 1893.
Henry, Joseph Kaye, B.A., Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1893.
*Laffere, Richard Lawson, B.A., University of Dublin, 1993.
Moore, Samuel, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1893.
Pineo, Albert J., M. A., University of Acadia College, Nova Scotia, 1893.
Robinson, David Magee, B.A., Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1893.
Robinson, George Edward, B.A., Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1893. lxvi. Public Schools Report. .    1899
First Class, Grade A.—Concluded.
Shaw, James Curtis, B.A., Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1893.
*Turner, Henry Birkett, B.A., Cambridge University, 1893.
Gordon, Robert George, 1893.
*Aiton, William, B.A., Dalhousie University, 1894.
Anderson, David, M.A., University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 1894.
*Lawson, John Patton, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1894.
*McKay, John, B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1894.
Macfarlane, Andrew Kerr Hastings, B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1894.
Muir, John N., B.A., McGill University, Montreal, 1894.
Simpson, John, M.A., University of Toronto, 1894.
*DePencier, Henry Percy, 1894.
♦Hughes, Miss Leonora Evangeline, 1894.
Moscrop, Miss Susanna, 1894.
Barron, Thomas John, B.A., McGill University, Montreal, 1895.
McTaggart, Henry Allen, 1895.
Edgett, Miss S. Louise, 1895.
Bennett, Miss Ellen Christine, 1895.
Ashton, John J., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1896.
Clark, Richard J., M.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1896.
♦Miller, Miss Mary B., B.A., University of Toronto, 1896.
Mcintosh, Miss Grace A., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1896.
Watson, Miss Rosalind, B.A, McGill University, Montreal, 1896.
Laffere, Henry W. L., 1896.
Cunningham, William J., 1896.
Butchard, James Cooper, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1897.
Fraser, Miss Annie E., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1897.
♦Foster, Frederick O., B.A., University of Acadia College, Nova Scotia, 1897.
Gordon, John Simpson, B.A., McGill University, Montreal, 1897.
♦Jay, Jonathan E., B.A., Sackville College, New Brunswick, 1897.
*McMartin, Thomas A., B.A., McGill University, Montreal, 1897.
O'Brien, Lewis J., B.A., University of Toronto, 1897.
Soady, John H., B.A., University of Manitoba, 1897.
♦Bissett, Miss Mary E., B.A., St. Francis Xavier College, Nova Scotia, 1898.
Edmison, Miss Matilda K, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1898.
Pearcy, Mrs. Wilhelmina W., B.A., University of Toronto, 1898.
Wickham, Miss Escotte, B.A, University of Toronto, 1898.
Dove, Alexander J., M.A., University of Manitoba, 1898.
Elliott, Charles G., B.A., University of Manitoba, 1898.
Gordon, Alfred E., B.A., McGill University, 1898.
Maudson, George A., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1898.
Marchant, Miss Nellie E., 1898.
Hunt, Miss Bertha M., B.A., University of Toronto, 1899.
Wark, Joseph, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1899.
Hatt, Miss Myra, B.A., University of New Brunswick, 1899.
Brandon, William M., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1899.
Robertson, Lemuel, B.A., McGill University, Montreal, 1899.
Brandon, James S., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1899.
♦Smith, Miss Minnie, B.A., University of Manitoba, 1899.
Clark, George W., B.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1899.
Clark, William T., M.A., University of Queen's College, Kingston, 1899.
♦Miller, Levi T., B.A., Bishop's College, Lennoxville, 1899.
♦Maxwell, Alexander M., B.A., University of Toronto, 1899.
♦Perrin, Miss Evelyn M., B.A., University of Toronto, 1899.
Brown, Clarence L., B.A., McMaster University, 1899.
Bonis, Miss Sara, B.A., University of Toronto, 1899.
Tait, David S., 1899.
Bovyer, George M., 1899. 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
lxvii.
First Class, Grade B.
♦McKay, John L.,
♦Lyche, Mrs. Alice G.
Sutherland, Daniel W.,
,,
♦Pickard, Miss Millie,
,,
♦Ganton, James B.,
1889
Tomlinson, William,
tl
*Smith, John F.,
II
♦Netherby, Stephen B.,
Dougan, James,
II
II
Wood, Edward S.,
1890
Shaw, John,
,,
Sylvester, Miss Elizabeth E.,
ii
♦Cowperthwaite, Mrs. K.,
1891
Tom, Gregory H.,                     1891 and 1892
Sparling, Robert,
♦Purdy, Raffles A. R.,
♦Hawkey, Richard J.,
1891
11
II
Jamieson, George W.,
II
Fraser, Robert,
„
Cameron, Miss Agnes Deans,
1893
♦Campbell, Eli J.,
Coatham, William Cammish,
ti
Gilchrist, Alexander,
♦Hardie, Mrs. Lucretia,
ii
McRae, George W.,
!l
Murray, Paul,
II
♦Nicholson, Thomas,
II
Offerhaus, Mrs. Mary Amelia,
II
Rogers, Miss Ellen,
tl
Sluggett, George Henry,
♦Wood, William Martin,
II
II
Norcross, James Edward,
II
♦Johnston, Robert Cullen,
II
McNeill, Angus B.,
II
Buchanan, John Donald,
II
♦McLeod, James R.,
II
Galloway, James,
11
♦Norris, Thomas Alfred,
It
♦Baxter, Truman Smith,
II
Gillis, John D.,
II
Stewart, Allan C,
tt
Johnston, Miss Bessie W.,
II
♦Templer, Miss Ada May,
Shepherd, Samuel,
Hoy, James A.,
Irwin, Joseph,
♦Phelps, William H,
Hands, Jonathan Griffith,
II
II
II
1894
tl
♦Taylor, Miss Agnes,
Maclean, Miss Margaret Cassilis,
tl
II
Leith, Thomas,
II
Shrapnel, Miss Edith Mary Scrope,
Barton, Heber B.,
II
II
Spragge, Miss Amy,
McPherson,  Osborne,
II
II
♦McMillan, Michael,
II
Tait, Leonard,
tt
Curry, Arthur William, 1894.
♦Skinner, Miss Mary Dorothea, n
♦Howe, Miss Hattie B., n
Bodwell, Miss Charlotte A. M., r.
♦Wheeler, Mrs. Mina, 1895.
Bennett, John Bertram, n
Matthew, Alfred II. P.,
♦Gordon, Miss Jessie Fisher, n
♦Shepard, Frank Elgin, n
Brown, Miss Frances Ann, n
Laffere, Henry W. L., n
Bovyer, George Mason, n
Trembath, Miss Jennie, n
♦Byrn, Miss Edith Louisa, n
Rowe, John Arthur, n
♦Kirkendall, Miss Jessie, m
♦Lang, Miss Sarah I., n
Powell, Miss Lottie M., ..
♦Munroe, Miss Catherine, m
♦Wells, Hulet M.,
♦Nickerson, Miss Laura L., n
Watson, Frederic J., n
*Ravey, Martin James, n
King, John William U, m
Beattie, Miss Emily, 1896.
Sherman, Ruyter S., n
King, Miss Eliza J., n
♦Morgan, Arthur D., n
Gardiner, Miss Abbie F., n
Barron, Miss Lizzie A. F., n
Harrison, J. Fred'k, n
♦Green, John R., u
Dowler, Miss Caroline A., u
Cade, John P., n
Bodwell,  Miss Louise U., m
Fraser, Miss Flora C, ii
Cairns, Robert H., n
Russell, Miss Alexandrina, n
Gray, Miss Ethel M., n
Winsby, William Norman, n
Tait, David S., 1897.
Osborne, Norman A., n
♦Strickland, Emanuel, n
♦Langsford, William, n
Blackbourne, Miss Maggie S., n
♦Clayton, W7alter, m
Elmsly. Miss Ada B., n
♦Kirkendall, George, h
Robinson, Miss Sarah A., n
Speers, Miss Elizabeth M., n
Sullivan, Albert, n
Templer, Mrs. Jennie, n
Williams, Miss Mary, n
Bennie, Miss Isabel, 1898.
Monk, James H., n
Speirs, Miss Mary E., n
Frank, Miss Pauline, n 1XV111.
Public Schools Report.
1899
First Class, Grade B.—Concluded.
Grant, Miss Lillian M., 1898.
Hall, Robert J., n
Harding, Miss Mary L., n
Hartt, Miss Flora E., n
Lawson, Miss Maria, n
LeFeuvre, Miss Eva E., h
LePage, Miss Ethel L., >.
Mercer, Thomas C, n
Macfarlane, Miss Rachel McK., n
Maclaren, Miss Louise M., n
McTavish,-Donald N., ,,
McTavish, Peter D., „
Pope, Miss S. C Ruth, „
Ramsay, Miss Jennie, m
Southcott, Miss Florence, n
Strople, Norton, m
Tingley, Miss Laura, 1899.
MacLean, John D., m
King, Garfield A., n
Olding, Miss Harriet,
McMordie, Robert A.,
Moffet, Frank B.,
Tupper, James F.,
Anderson, Miss Christina S.,
McEwen, Edwin H.,
Campbell, John A.,
Campbell, Leonard A.,
File, Arthur,
Mebius, Miss Jeannette,
Fletcher, Miss Marie L.,
Dykes, Watson,
Nason, Miss Mary A.,
Furness, Miss Katie,
Menten, Miss Maude L.,
Millard, Miss Blanche,
Caspell, Edmund,
Uren, Miss Fanny,
1899.
Renewal Certificates for Length of Service.
Bailey, Miss Adelaide S.,
Halliday, James A.,
McDougall, Miss Archena J.,
Sinclair, James W.
Second Class, Grade A.
Beattie, Miss Emily,
Lawson, Miss Maria,
Kirkendall, Miss Lizzie,
Furness, Miss Katie,
Barnes, Miss Catherine Ann,
Hart, Miss Ida,
Strople, Norton,
Elmsly, Miss Ada Byron,
Noble, Miss Alice Louise,
McDowell, Miss Martha,
Hopkins, Nicholas R.,
LeFeuvre, Miss Eva Anne,
Shine, Mrs. Alice Grey,
Moscrop, John,
McTavish, Peter D.,
Mathers, Isaac N.,
Uren, Miss Fanny,
Blackbourne, Miss Maggie S.,
Maclaren, Miss Louise M.,
Rhodes, Miss Amy A.,
Nisbet, Miss Grace Elinor,
McLennan, Archibald D.,
Christie, Miss Caroline C,
Blair, Miss Eliza J.,
Robinson, Miss Edith E.,
Grant, Miss Lillian M.,
Christie, Miss Isabel R.,
Sullivan, Albert,
Menten, Miss Maude L.,
Murton, Miss Sarah,
1896
Campbell, Miss Mary C,
Fletcher, Miss Marie,
Dawson, Mrs. Eleanor B.,
Cairnes, John A.,
Truswell, Miss Mary,
Clayton, Walter,
Graham, William A.,
George, Miss Elizabeth L.,
Gordon, Alexander J.,
Homer, Miss Margaret F.,
Bovyer, George M.,
Campbell, Ernest,
Lee, Miss Eleanor A.,
Miller, Miss Eva I.,
Hislop, James,
Lorimer, Miss Christina T.,
File, Arthur,
Green, John K.,
Southcott, Miss Florence,
Brown, Miss Maimee S.,
Hall, Robert J.,
Webb, Miss Carolina L.,
Shelton, Henry C,
Harding, Mrs. J. M. H,
Mebius, Miss Lucy A.,
Wilson, Thomas A.,
Bradley, Robert H.,
Patterson, Miss Jean,
Woodman, Miss May,
Campbell, John A.,
1896.
1897. lxx.
Public Schools Report.                                        1899
Second Class, Grade B.— Continued.
MacFarlane, Miss Mabel C.
1897.
Teague, Miss Julie A.,                               1897.
Brechin, Robert,
n
Noble, Miss Clara A.,                                    m
Abercrombie, Miss M. Lena
>                                "
Catherwood, John A.,                                      n
McMillan, Miss Jeannie B.,
ii
Parsons, Miss Alice M. M.,                            n
Matheson, Donald,
ii
Fraser, Miss Margaret,                                    n
Cathcart, Miss Isabel,
it
Bone, Miss Maude E.,                                   n
McNair, Miss Laura,
ii
Duncan, Miss May G.,                                     n
Webster, Miss Margaret B.,
,,
Stewart, Miss Ethel,                                      m
McKenzie, Miss Kate M.,
ii
McMartin, John J.,                                        n
Kinney, William T.,
ii
Colbeck, Mrs. Anne J.,                                    n
Creech, Miss Mary M.,
ii
Sayer, Miss Elizabeth,                                     n
Fraser, Miss Marguerite A.
it
Kidd, Miss Ruby M.,                                 1898.
Smith, Miss Katharine C,
ii
Walker, Miss Maud M. R.,                            ■■
Haldon, Miss Alice M.,
ii
Fisher, Arthur G.,                                            n
Stephenson, John J.,
it
Allison, Miss Dorothy,                                    n
Hay, Miss Alice,
ii
Hall, George W.,
Richardson, Charles H.,
ii
Johnstone, Miss Jean P.,                                n
Loat, Miss Gertrude J.,
ii
Godson, Miss Mabel,                                      ii
Arthur, Miss Elsie M.,
,,
Colquhoun, Miss Josephine,                           n
Bunting, Miss Mabel G,
ii
Murray, Miss Marie J.,                                 m
Howson, Christopher,
ii
Letts, Albert,                                                     n
Bowman, Miss Clytie L,
ii
Phoenix, Albert E.,                                           n
Lauder, Miss Edith M.,
„
Mclnnes, Miss Phoebe A.,
Worlock, Miss Ethel M.,
ii
Melhuish, Miss Hester E.,                              n
Hewton, Miss Sarah,
n
Sharpies, Miss Elizabeth J.,                         n
Wright, John,
ii
Warren, Miss Clara C,                                    n
Coghlan, Miss Ella S.,
ii
McQueen, Miss Annie W.,                            n
Matheson, Miss Addie,
ii
Millard, Miss Gertrude R.,                           n
Fraser, Donald A.,
ii
Marshall, Miss Sarah,                                       n
Fraser, Miss Anna E.,
ii
Perry, George S. B.,                                         n
Godson, Miss Mabel,
ii
McAlpine, Miss Sarah,                                    n
Paris, James M.,
it
Shannon, Miss Mary J.,                                n
MacLeod, John A.,
it
Terrion, Patrick,                                                      n
Birnie, Miss Ida E.,
it
White, Charles J.,                                               n
Brandon, John,
„
Jesse, Miss Edith M.,                                      n
Glover, Miss Rose E.,
ti
McQueen, Miss Jessie,                                        m
Dewar, Donald J.,
ti
Thain, Mrs. Annie C,                                        n
Lyons, Miss Estella M.,
n
Glover, Miss Mabel G.,                                    ,,
Stevenson, David E.,
ii
Fraser, Miss Mary I.,                                       n
Blair, William,
ti
Lauder, Miss Edith M.,                                   m
McGregor, John C,
ii
Milligan, Miss Eliza,                                        n
Murray, Miss Elizabeth,
ii
Brechin, Robert,                                                n
Ogle, Miss Carrie E.,
ii
Graham, Alexander,                                       n
Pringle, Miss Ella K,
ii
Newland, Miss Catherine A.,                       n
Marshall, Miss Grace H,
,,
Fleming, Miss Pearle W.,                             n
McKay, Miss Minna G.,
ii
Gaudin, Miss Mabel A.,                                n
McLeod, Malcolm,
ii
Tibbatts, Miss Emilie,                                   n
Edwards, Miss Lilias M.,
ii
Beath, James,                                                  n
Knapp, Thomas E.,
ii
Currie, Miss Flora M.,                                     .1
Bruce, Leslie J.,
n
McCallum, Miss Ada E.,                               „
Harding, Miss Elizabeth,
ii
Reid, Miss Jemima,                                       n
Sweeney, Miss Jennie,
ii
Clement, William J.,                                        11
Homer, Miss Mary S.,
ii
Christensen, Carl M. B.,                                  n
Strachan, Miss Jane C,
n
Robertson, Miss Jessie,                                  u
McDonald, Mrs. Annie C,
ii
Blake, Miss Mary J.,
Lettice, Miss Edith M. N.,
,,
Norris, Miss Marguerite E.,                           11
Lister, Miss Ellen,
ii
Brown, Miss Margaret,                                    11 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
lxxi.
Second Class, Grade B.—Concluded.
Canfield, Francis O.,
Ketcheson, Miss Annie,
Bowman, Miss May,
McFadden, Miss Addie,
Watson, Ralph R.,
Loat, Miss Cora H ,
Higginson, Miss Jane E.,
Crandell, Oscar A.,
Ash worth, Livingstone C,
Milligan, Miss Rose A.,
Goostrey, George F.,
Renwick, Miss Lilian R.,
Thornber, Charles L.,
McTaggart, Miss Isabella,
Wolfenden, Miss Mabel,
Carter, Miss Ethel J.,
Johnston, Augustus M.,
Bond, Miss Phoebe J.,
McSween, Peter D.,
McKinnon, Miss Mary,
Couves, Miss Blanche C,
Goostrey, James D.,
Green, Miss Emily M.,
Galbraith, Miss Elizabeth
Dobeson, Miss Mary G.,
Inglis, Miss Jessie M.,
Estabrooks, R. Ernest,
De Bou, Miss Edith S.,
Hopkins, Miss Alice M.,
Browne, Miss Ethel L,
Turville, Edwin S.,
Knight, William A.,
Clark, Edgar F.,
Clarke, Earl W.,
Howitt, John,
Randle, Miss Olive,
Pringle, Miss Ella K,
Sylvester, Miss Louise M.,
Robinson, Miss Nellie A.,
Carmichael, Miss Annie E.,
Ray, Miss Annie B.,
Marshall, Miss Ida M.,
Watson, Miss Eleanor M.,
Murgatroyd, Miss Annie L.,
McGraw, Miss Mary,
Plaxton, Robert J.,
Moore, Miss Jane,
Buttimer, Miss Annie L.,
Nicholas, Miss Minnie E.,
Godson, Miss Grace A.,
1899
Campbell, John M.,
Mclntyre, Miss Mary C,
Cameron, Miss Florence M.
Cooke, Alfred W.,
Laird, James W.,
Dalby, Miss Edith M.,
Paul, Miss Margaret A.,
Abercrombie, Miss Margaret,
Reith, Miss Isabella,
Ladner, Mrs. Ella B.,
Canfield, Francis O.,
Eckardt, Alfred E.,
Forrest, Miss Theresa,
McLeod, Norman,
Robertson, Miss Jessie A.,
Lewis, Miss Alice M.,
Slater, John C,
Kingston, Miss Emilie G.,
Donaldson, Miss Nellie T.,
Cairns, Miss Mabel,
Agnew, Miss Ena,
Sylvester, Miss Louise M.,
Wells, Miss Lilian E.,
Clement, Miss Mabel M.,
Butler, Claude H.,
Dutton, Edward J.,
Matthews, William A.,
Newsom, Miss Annie M.,
Teague, Miss Julie A.,
Johnstone, Miss Marion B.,
Blair, J. Alfred,
Whelen, Miss Mary E. J.,
Taylor, Robert W.,
Curry, Miss Almeada,
Robinson, Miss Sarah V.,
Duncan, Miss Rose,
Third Class, Grade A.
1898.
King, John,
Green, Miss Constance H.,
Smith, Miss Annie,
Mills, Miss Sarah A.,
Clark, Miss Elizabeth A.,
Marsden, Miss Sarah,
Muir, Miss Sarah F.,
Parkinson, Miss Emily,
Wilson, Mrs. Belle H,
McLennan, Miss Annie,
Buttimer, Miss Annie L.,
Shepherd, Mrs. Harriet,
Clark, Miss Elizabeth A.,
Dyker, Miss Jennie,
1899.
1898.
1899.
Third Class, Grade B.
Acheson, William C.
Murphy, Edgar H.,
1899.
Macdonald, Miss Jean A.,
McKinnon, Miss Kate M.,
1899. lxxii.                                         Public Schools Report.                                     1899
Third Class, Grade B.— -Concluded.
Fleming, Miss Pearle WT.,                          1899.
McLachlan, Miss Kate B.,                         1899.
Bone, Miss Maude E.,                                   i
Moore, Miss Bibianne,
Johnson, Miss Margaret A.,                           i
McKinnon, Alexander,
Wolfenden, Miss Kate C,                             i
Arthur, Miss Elsie M.,                                  .
Graham, Alexander,                                         i
Catherwood, Thomas,                                       i
Harrison, Miss Alice V.,                                 i
Creech, Miss Winifred J. E.,
Galbraith, Angus,                                             i
Macfarlane, Miss Edith M.,                           t
Scanlan, Miss Kate R.,                                    i
Graham, Melvin,                                               i
Ball, Miss Beatrice,                                        i
Coghlan, Miss Leonora M.,                            i
Griffiths, Miss Ada W.,                                 ,
Dunlop, Miss Mary B.,                                    ,
Beattie, Miss Florence,                                   i
Ramsay, Miss Mary G.,
Loat, Miss Gertrude,                                        i
O'Reilly, Miss Nora A.,                                  ,
Willemar, Miss Adelaide M.,                       i
Case, Henry 0.,                                                 i
Lewis, Miss Linnie,                                          r
Bo well, Miss Bertha J.,                                   i
Wright, John,                                                    i
Hammond, David,                                               i
Robertson, Miss Margaret M.,                     i
Barron, Miss Isabel M. F.,                             i
Trenholme, Miss Hattie D.,                           i
McMartin, Miss Jane S.,                                i
Shaw, Alexander,                                              i
Fenton, Miss Susie A.,                                    i
Lovering, James E.,                                         i
Butler, Miss Gladys A. K,                          i
Wood, Miss Mabel V.,                                    i
McCannel, Miss Mary J.,                               i
MacLeod, Miss Annie,                                   i
George, Miss Ruth,                                     .   i
Gibbon, Miss Evelyn H.,                                i
Mills, Miss Sarah A.,                                       i
Wilson, Miss Elizabeth,                                  i
Cleveland, Miss Jane M.,                               i
Harrap, Miss Eva E.,                                      i
Read, Miss Ellen R.,                                     i
Ruckle, Miss Agnes,                                      i
Butler, Miss Dora A. V.,                              i
Booth, Miss Annie,                                        i
Lovering, Herbert S.,                                       i
Lucas, Miss Mary,                                            i
Cameron, Miss Sara B.,                                   t
Temporary Certificates  Granted on the Application of  Boards of Trustees or
ON
Account of Inability to Attend Teachers' Examination.
Johnston, Miss Ethel M., Victoria City.
♦Wilson, Mrs. Belle H, North Thompson.
Moffat, Miss Maude L, Rossland.
Wintemute, Miss Hannah, Vancouver City.
Morrison, Miss Florence E., Vancouver City.
♦Wolfenden, Miss Kate C, Lansdowne.
♦Ramsay, Miss Mary, North Oyster.
♦Cooke, Alfred W., Burgoyne Bay.
Stitt, Miss Una M., Vancouver City.
♦Wark, Joseph, Surrey Centre.
♦Trenholme, Miss Hattie D., Cheam.
♦Slater, John C, Clayoquot.
*Obtained a Certificate at Teachers' Examination, 1899. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. lxxiii.
APPENDIX B.
Medallists for 1899.
The medals presented  by His Excellency the Governor-General were awarded on result
of written examinations held by this Department, as follows: —
1. Mark Henry Morgan, Silver Medal, presented for competition in the Nanaimo High
School.
2. Miss Ethel Glover Wardle, Silver Medal, presented for competition in the New Westminster High School.
3. ♦Miss   Margaret  Anderson   Paul,   Silver   Medal,   presented   for  competition  in   the
Vancouver High School.
4. Miss Fanny Forbes Whyte,  Silver Medal, presented for competition in the Victoria
High School.
5. Miss Mary E. Rear, Bronze Medal, presented for competition in the Graded School of
Nanaimo City.
6. Miss Margaret Anna Stephens, Girls' School, Bronze Medal, presented for competition
among the Graded Schools of New Westminster City.
7. Donald   Edgar  McTaggart,  West School,  Bronze Medal,  presented for competition
among the Graded Schools of Vancouver City.
8. Miss May Few, North Ward School, Bronze Medal, presented for competition among
the Graded Schools of Victoria City.
* Awarded on the result of Matriculation Examination into McGill University.
List of Successful Candidates for High School Certificates, 1899.
New   Westminster   High School.
Ethel G. Wardle.
Vancouver High School.
Matilda G. Baxter, Myrtle P. Hamilton,
Mary 8. B. Dunlop.
List of Successful Candidates for Entrance to a High School.
Rural Schools, 1898.
Gerald C. Mannion , Bowen Island.
Louisa McEwen Kettle River. lxxiv.
Public Schools Report.
1899
Special Examinations, 1898.
Vancouver.
> Victoria.
ICedar Hill School.
Helen C. Allan	
Edith L. Leek	
Alice L. Legg   	
Eugenie G. Leek	
Kenneth M. Perry	
Albert Austin	
Douglas C. Scholefield .. .
Alexander R. Robertson.
Angus Plewes	
Laura Tingley	
Jerrald C. Potts	
Mrs. Lillian L. Hersey . .
Marion M. Offerhans ....
Harold J. Russell	
Isabelle Henderson Chilliwhack School.
Ann Calverly Harewood School.
Albert Hampton jM    ^ Rid     gchoo]
Algernon .Laity J       l °
Samuel M. Waddington , Mountain School.
Charles V. Coldwell ^
Harry P. Algar ....
Charles F. Bryant . .
Edward Devlin	
Bessie B. Diamond . .
Harry G. Home....
Nellie E. Redely....
Richard W. Smith . .
Laura J. Snowdon . .
Frederic W. Clarke 1 xT      -,-,r   .    ■ -r>      > a i     i
,,..„.       ,-.   „    . >New Westmmster Roys School.
William R. Eastman J
Ellen Cotton   . . .
Annie Haggman.
Nanaimo Central School.
Wew Westminster Girls' School.
Agnes H. Rankin	
Minnie A. Thornton	
Barbara Stott "1,-, .      r, i     ,
Howard W. H. Gillanders jSapperton School.
Celina E. Stuart , Shawnigan School.
Leah Dixon	
Maxwell McLeod	
Jennie Scott ,
William D. Whitehead	
Clayton B. Casselman	
Ella I. Hoffard	
Ina B. Park	
Minnie B. Reid	
Thomas H. Dunn Vancouver Fairview School.
Albert G. Murray ,	
Mary Graham	
Bessie Lawson	
Lena W. Mills . ,	
Ethel J. Burnes	
Maud S. Currie	
Elsie M. Currie .	
Thomas S. Dixon   	
Mary E. Findlay	
Annie C. Greer	
Edith S. Godfrey   	
Vancouver Central School.
^Vancouver East School.
Vancouver Mt. Pleasant School.
•Vancouver West School. 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
lxxix.
l-Missi
^Nelson.
Falls.
Puntledge.
Effie C. Wells	
Lilian R. Trethewey	
William E. Trethewey. :'::::::::.: :
Annie McDonald	
Guy Roberts	
Mabel McVicar	
Marie Horton	
Eva Prather      \nt
Margaret A. McLellaii /     ' na8an
Alice E. Gray Prairie.
William Dingwall	
J ohn Milligan	
Mary Milligan	
Reginald Carwithen	
Jennie Ferris     |
Ernest Davis  y-Revelstoke
Frances Dent )
James O. Mercer Rosedale.
Bessie Chittenden  	
Ethel G. McCarty	
Isabel Forteath	
A. Beatrice Hobbs	
Ethel M. Hosking	
Ada R. Fleming	
Jessie MacDonald	
Nellie A. Horth	
Walton Rumball	
Robert Armstrong /
Helen Brethour	
Bertha M. Brethour	
Ada M. Plaxton Spring Brook.
Ellen Tarbell	
Annie C. Wier	
Evelyn B. Bate	
Mary L. Tarbell	
Nellie Miller	
Rossland.
1-North Saanich.
[-Salmon Arm.
I Sidney.
Spring
Union.
Rural Schools, 1899.
Annie E. Somers Gordon Head.
Alexander J. Smith Lochiel.
^Mountain,
uesnelle.
}q
Helena Waddington	
Nora J. Hill	
Eva  C.  Johnston	
Luella H. St. Laurent	
Harry Logan    	
John F. McMillan	
Samuel McCleery	
Jennie M. McRae	
William Logan  . .
W'alter R. Flewin   Simpson.
Daisy M. Davis Tynehead
Sea Island. 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
Gordon Harris     	
Marion O. Herald	
Edna L. Johnston	
William A. Lee	
Mabel M. Mallory   \- Vancouver West School.
WTilliam S. Shelton	
George H. Stevens	
George C. Taylor	
Claude S. Thicke	
John S. Baxter	
Leslie G. Henderson	
Sinclair J. Herd	
Edwin A. Hiscocks	
Percy W. Keefer	
Herbert Leiser	
Robert D. McLachlan	
-itt i,      ut n i- Victoria Boys School.
Walter Noble	
Clifford M. Pineo	
Holmes DeWolfe Pineo	
Frank G. Pinder	
Herbert S. Powell 	
Sydney S. Saunders	
Edward J. Townsley	
Margaret H. Lovell	
Amy M. Wilson	
Nora L. Wilson	
Jessie A. McKilligan	
Lizzie Taylor	
Edith H. Bamford	
Marie George	
Andrew George	
Jessie E. Prescott	
William Woolcock	
Victor A. Wolfenden	
James N. Cran    	
Christina Murray	
Herbert J. Pendray	
Svea H. Jacobson    	
Clifford D. Jenkinson	
Gertrude M. Knappett i
Ralph H. Nicholson J
Edna Harrison	
James McNeil	
Stanley Teusz	
Samuel Turner ,	
Harley Walker	
Victoria Girls' School.
-Victoria South Park School.
-Victoria West School.
Wellington School.
Midsummer Examinations, 1899.
Nanaimo Central School.
Mary E. Rear,
Mary J. McKinnon,
Margaret S. Algar,
William Manson,
Charles G. Booth,
Clarence Zelazny,
Helen Crossan,
Robert Martell,
Thorington I. Heard,
James A. McKinnell,
William W. Steel,
Robert Smith,
Joseph T. Crowder,
Archibald W. Dick,
Florence C. Lawrence,
Jessie V. Ramsay,
Robert Collier,
Albert L. McLennan. lxxvi.
Public Schools Report.
1899
New Westminster Boys' School.
Sidney B. Peele,
Robert G. Rae,
John McNiven,
Thorlief Larsen,
Arthur Yates,
John Burnett.
William Burr,
Archibald Campbell,
Arnold A. Archibald,
Edward D. Whyman,
Alexander Anderson,
New Westminster Girls' School.
Margaret A. Stephens,
Ada L. Pound,
Mary McG. Muirhead,
Elsa K. Burnett,
Beatrice A. Russell,
Clara E. Lord,
Ethel M. Crake,
Emma M. Watt,
Helen D. Robson,
Bertha A. Sayer,
Alice M. Curtis,
Alice M. Sangster.
Sapperton School.
Annie I. Atkins.
Vancouver Central School.
Ella J. Brown,
Gardner C. S. Eldridge,
Muriel Philip,
John F. Scott,
Lilian M. Woodrow,
Ethel Whitehead,
May B. Dickinson.
Vancouver East School.
Agnes G. McLellan,
Mary M.  McPhalen,
Arthur J. Edmonds,
Vernon Preston,
Kate A. Costello,
Thomas K. McAlpine,
May Fraser,
Marion L. Hastings,
Norah Mannion,
David J. Caldwell,
Erma E. Kemp,
Mabel McLennan,
Edna L. Meek,
Bertha G. Sivart,
Henry J. Smith.
Vancouver Fairview School.
Kate M. Fraser.
Vancouver Mount Pleasant School.
Liph Bodwell,
Percy Frazier,
Joseph Moyls,
Celia Langley,
Frederick Brydone-Jack,
Samuel Clarke,
Sara Dodson,
Olive Foote,
Jeannette C. Hoffar,
Annie Easton,
Frank Gow,
Margaret Whiteley,
Nettie Neil,
Clarence Lobb,
Jane Graham.
Vancouver West School.
Donald E. W. McTaggart,
Pearl C. Musgrove,
Robert W. Ellis,
Tracy W. Downing,
Neva Pearle Zwick,
Morley J. Whittleton,
Clara Cripps,
Willema Dodge,
Henrietta MacLachlan,
Robin H. Arnott,
Andrew F. Calder,
Lillian E. Frith,
Louise M. Malcolm,
Lulu J. MacHaffie, 63 Vict.                                  Public Schools Report.                                    lxxvii.
Vancouver West School.—Concluded.
James G. Robertson,
William Mel. Stark,
Lisle C. Fraser,
Helen R. Peck,
William R. Scott,
Hazel L. Lewis,
Charles A. Lett,
Catherine F. Donaldson,
Minnie B. Carr,
Bertha M. De Silva,
Dulcibella Lett,
Stella Warren,
Robert N. Gilmour,
Ella M. Munro,
Ollard B. Shoebotham,
Russell K. Johnston.
Victoria Boys' School.
Harvey C. Sexsmith,
Robert H. Mclnnes,
Daniel H. Gordon,
Albert E. Shanks,
Ralph F. Gibson,
Milo R. Chambers,
William F. Sweetland,
William F. Harrison,
William Paterson,
Roger P. Strickland,
Samuel J. Shanks,
William Calderwood,
Sterling M. Smith.
Victoria Girls' School.
Helen Newcombe,
Nina E. Walls,
Zella I. Carter,
Winnifred L. Harris,
Winnifred E. Wilson,
Louise C. Bragg,
Mabel G. Lyall,
Kate L Noble,
Maud L. Field,
Elizabeth J. Whittaker,
Elizabeth H. Wall.
Victoria North Ward School.
May Few,
Ellen Sellick,
John Gibson,
Charles J. Rowbotham,
Mary L. Shields,
James B. Russell,
Isabel Chapman,
Bessie L. Grant,
Grace F. Carlyon,
John W. McArthur,
Frederic G. C. Wood,
Charles 0. Julian,
Ellen C. Ohlson,
Maud A. Glover,
Sigred L. Gonnason,
Mabel Holt,
Lily Cousins,
John M. Thomson,
Georgina Bird,
Frank 0. White,
May E. Neill,
Arthur Levy,
Lila R. Kettle,
Olive A. Strachan,
Gordon Hall.
Victoria South Park School.
Gladys M. Campbell,
Robert P. Dunn,
Violet W. Emery,
Samuel W. Lorimer,
Isabel M. Dunn,
Mary M. Irwin,
Wilfred B. Goddard,
Stuart P. O'Brian,
Emma G. Black,
Margaret M. Lowe,
Mary E. Sweet,
William Newcombe,
Lulu P. Davis,
Frances J. Fraser,
Florence T. Jackson,
John Wool cock,
Leonard F. Solly,
Ernest E. Robinson.
1 Ixxviii. Public Schools Report. 1899
Victoria West School.
Ernest L. Tait, Eveline G. M. Crook,
Ewald H. Balman, Melissa M. Patton.
Wellington School.
William H. Sharp, Florence Morrison.
-Chilliwhack.
South Chilliwhack.
Central Examinations, 1899.
Grace E. Ross Aberdeen.
Annabella Robertson Atchelitz.
Agnes Ruckle ln t> .'
r,° .,     m yBeaver Point.
Bertha Irage J
Francis A. Halhed , Chemainus.
Nannie Higgins Chemainus Landing.
Maude I. Cawley	
Mathilda F. Gammon	
Kate Cairns	
Florence I. Wright	
William Webb	
Harriet J. Ogle	
Katharine McCardle	
Leo Anderton J-Comox.
Bessie Macdonald....   	
Robina Dingwall     Courtenay.
Donald C. Matheson Deep Creek.
Elsie T. Goldsmith Douglas.
Rosa Lyle	
Ethel Weismiller	
Bernice Dodds [-Duncan.
Agnes Grassie   	
Clara J. Whidden	
Louisa Smith	
Ellen Smith [-Enderby.
L. Irene Smith	
Sara N. Davis      Fairfield.
Clinton W. Abercrombie Ferndale.
Charles C. Galloway   1 „ i
t *.    t\  n n VGreenwood.
J ohn D. Galloway J
Frances M. Best Haney.
Robert Blair	
Gladys D. Davidson  	
Laura E. Irwin	
Hugh Graham	
Ellen Currie	
Frederick L. Lauder	
Hilliard Power Kaslo.
Annie Marshall   Lansdowne.
Arthur H. E. Beckett 1
Harriet P. West , VMaple Ridge.
Wilhelmina S. Apnant J
Rita Brethour Mayne Island.
Annie Duke 1 ,, ,  ,
-c      l   -^  T> J-Metchosin.
Frank E. Pears  J
Kamloops. lxxx. Public Schools Report. 1899
Special Examinations, 1899.
Ernest W. Ogilvie , South Aldergrove School.
Harry H.  Trowse Comox School.
Douglas Willemar Courtenay School.
Jennie M. McLeod   ),-,   ,    ,     „,     -,
-r          n -kit t     j VFinderby School.
J ames C. McLeod    J J
Alice R. Blair Kamloops School.
George A. Sexsmith Lulu School.
Elsie D. Plaxton	
[West Saanich School.
VNew Westminster.
J essie h. Rowan J
Cyril Aconit      Rossland School
Mabel E. R. Thomson   	
Frederic C. Butler	
Frederick Cummins Vancouver.
Winnifred M. Clark	
Louisa M. Muir     ,   .
„       ,T  w   nT tt- YVernon School.
Mary M. W.  McKinnon	
Annie H. B. Reinhard	
William Pooler Victoria.
Total number of candidates examined 686.
Total number of candidates passed 400. 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
lxxxi.
APPENDIX C.
 o	
ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAMINATION, 1899.
 o	
Arithmetic.    (Time, 1J hours.)
1.  Add vertically and horizontally the following statement of eight weeks' cash receipts:
|3,862 93
396 74
1,768 63
3,976 98
263 76
1,559 83
62 24
194 87
1,391
76
6,168
37
467
89
76
05
1,035
84
1,932
57
318
62
3
85
>6,760
68
864
39
2,035
68
364
76
36
10
1,268
15
134
36
7,643
82
i 1,098 91
964 26
3,165 03
93 68
386 41
8 37
1,763 29
685 38
1,696
65
167
69
691
83
1,948
39
3
45
279
72
1,468
29
765
42
$    43 68
1,864 86
785 97
1,759 46
1,396 71
67 85
543 66
39 67
Total.
2. Express in words the product of MDCCCIV and XLIX.
3. Simplify—
lfofji-
+ -
x 4 1 '  T ~9
4. (a.)  Explain the meaning of interest and distinguish between simple and compound
interest.
(b.) Find the difference between the simple and compound interest on £2,000 for 3
years at 7J per cent, per annum.     (Give your answer in pounds, shillings and
pence.)
5. Find the sum of .15, .25, .035, 55.36, and 6.069.
6. A merchant received from England the following invoice in sterling:—
375 tons Iron Plate @ £ 8 15s. Gd. per ton.
Bar Iron @ 11 14s.
Bulb Iron @ 10 10s.
T Iron @ 15 10s.
Steel @ 18    7s. Gd.
Rivets  @ 11    Is.
Find the amount of this invoice in Canadian currency, allowing the shilling sterling
to be equal to 24J- cents.
7. If telegraph poles are placed 80 yds. apart, and a train passes one every four seconds,
how many miles an hour is it running ?
No marks will be allowed for 1 or 6 unless all the work is correctly done.
107J
10
17
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Mental Arithmetic.    (Time, 30 minutes.)
1. How many pints in a bushel of oats 1 Ans
2. How many acres in a piece of land a mile and a half square?    Ans.
3. What will 36 yds. of silk cost @ $3.75 per yard ? Ans
4. If I buy 7 chickens @ 90 cents a pair, how much change should
I get back out of a five-dollar bill 1 Ans.
5. If 5  men can do a piece of work in 16 days, how many days
will it take 3 men and 10 boys to do it, the work of two
boys being equal to that of one man ? Ans.
6. What should you subtract from |- to obtain -J- ? Ans.
7. Divide .0157 by .001. Ans.
8. What is the simple interest on a note of $150 for 5 months @
per month ? A
ns
9.  Bought a horse for $135, and sold him for $150 ; what was my
gain per cent. 1 Ans.
10.  What is the difference of  time between two places that are
separated by 10° of longitude? Ans.
English Grammar.    (Time, l1 hours.)
1. (a.) Analyze the following sentence :—
(When the noble Csesar saw him slab),
Ingratitude, more strong than traitors' arms,
Quite vanquished him ; then burst his mighty heart;
(And, in his mantle muffling up his/ace,
Even at the base of Pompey's statua,
(Which all the while ran blood), great Caesar fell).
(b.) Parse the italicised words in the above extract,
(c.)   Compare :—noble, strong, mighty, great, quite,
(d.) Give the principal  parts  of the following verbs :—saw, muffling, ran, fell, and
burst.
(«.)  Scan the last two lines.
2. (a.) Write two forms of the  plural  of  each  of the following words :—genius, cow,
index, cherub, cloth,
(b.) What are the masculine forms of bride, witch, countess, negress, duchess, vixen,
nun, filly, marchioness, and lady.
(c.)  What are weak verbs?    Classify bring, sing, take, seek, teach, set, bleed, eat, as
strong or weak.    Give reasons in each case,
(ij State clearly how  you   can  distinguish  between  the gerund and  the present
participle.
3. Correct or justify the following :—-■
(a.) The river has overflown its banks.
(b.) Thou lovest, but ne'er knew love's sad satiety.
(c.)  Whom do you say that I am ?
(d.) The Moor, seizing a bolster, full of rage and jealousy, smothers her.
(e.) They drowned the black and white kittens. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. Ixxxiii.
Canadian History.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) State the year in which each of the following cities was founded :—Halifax, St.
John, Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria.
(b.) By what names were the following towns formerly known :—Winnipeg, Ottawa,
Kingston, Annapolis, Toronto, Montreal ?
2. (a.) Name the provinces that now constitute the Dominion of Canada, with the year
in which each joined the Confederation.
(b.) In what respect, as regards the Imperial Government, does a Canadian province,
say  British  Columbia.,  differ from  an  Australian  colony,  say  New  South
Wales?
3. (a.) On whose discoveries did France and England respectively base their claim to
North America ?
(fi.) How much of this territory, not including the West  Indies, does France now
possess ?
4. Write a short note on each of the following :—
(a.) Champlain. (d.) Braddock.
(b.) Frontenac. (e.)   Montcalm,
(c.)  La Salle. (f.) Joseph Howe.
5. Explain—
(a.) United Empire Loyalists.
(b.)  Constitutional Act.
(c.)  Clergy Reserves.
(d.) Responsible Government,
(e.)  Seignorial Tenure.
6. (a.) Name the Governors-General since Confederation.
(b.) Name the Canadian Premiers since Confederation.
British History.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. What great events are associated with the following dates:—1628, 1846, 1745, 410,
1679, 1588, 1783, 1707, 1857, and 1611?
2. Write a note on each of the following :—
(a.) Francis Bacon. (c.)  William Wilberforce.
(b.) Prince Rupert. (d.) Earl of Stafford.
(e.) Isaac Newton.
3. Describe fully what you consider the greatest sea-fight in which Nelson was engaged.
4. Give the opening and the closing dates of the reigns of the eight Henrys, the four
Williams, and the six Edwards.
5. Give a short account of the life and reign of your favourite English king.
6. (a.) What do you mean by the Stamp Act ?
(b.) Give the names of the thirteen colonies that originally constituted the United
States.
7. Explain—
(a.) South Sea Scheme. (c.)  The National Debt.
(b.) The Transvaal Raid. (d.) The Riot Act. lxxxiv. Public Schools Report. 1899
Composition.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. Write a short  composition,  correct  as  to spelling, punctuation,  etc., on one of the
following subjects :—
(a.) The Canadian Pacific Railway.
(b.) The Forests of British Columbia.
(c.) Our Gold Mines.
(d.) Trout Fishing,
(e.)  Queen Victoria.
2. By the use of short sentences, show  the difference between the  following  pairs  of
words:—stake,  steak:   caster,  castor;   boy,  buoy;   fowl,   foul; pear, pare;  rye,
wry; collar, choler.
3. (a.) Write a business letter to a firm, applying for a position as office-boy.
(b.) Address the same.
4. Correct  the following:—Ladie's  Entrance;  Your's truly;  My Dear friend ; It isn't
me but her;  12 o'clock a. m.
5. Change the following from the Direct to the Indirect Narration :—The teacher became
angry with the student and said :  " Why have you again disturbed  the class in
this way ?    Leave the room and do not return again to-day."
Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) Name the chief organs of Digestion; (b) the chief organs of Respiration.
2. Write a short description of the heart.
3. («.) Name and locate the Salivary Glands.
(b.) State clearly their function.
4. What is the function of (a) the bones, (b) the skin,  (c) the blood 1
5. Locate and define—
(a.) Diaphragm. (c.)  Eustachian Tube.
(b.) Epiglottis. (d.) Pancreas.
(«.) Aorta.
6. (a.) State some hygienic rules for the proper care and development of the muscles,
(b.) Of what service has the study of Anatomy been to you in the preservation of
your health ? 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. lxxxix.
English Literature.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) Name some of the early English writers previous to the Conquest.
(b.) State the chief difference between the Anglo-Saxon language and modern English.
2. Give a brief account of Chaucer's great work.
3. (a.) When did the following writers live :—
Sir Philip Sidney. Francis Bacon.
Jonathan Swift. William Cowper.
Richard Baxter. Samuel Coleridge.
(b.) Name a work of each.
4. Name the author of each of the following :—
(a.) Complete Angler. (d.) Vicar of Wakefield.
(6.) Pilgrim's Progress. le.) In Memoriam.
(c.)   Seasons. (f) French Revolution.
5. Write short notes on John Milton and Thomas Carlyle.
6. Identify and give a brief sketch of three of the following characters :—
Hamlet. Henry Esmond.
Marmion. Ben Hur.
Lancelot. Hudibras.
7. (a.) Name the authors of the following quotations :
(6.) The poem from which each quotation is made : —-
(I.) 'Tis the sunset of life gives me mystical lore.
(II.) The paths of glory lead but to the grave.
(III.) Dear, lovely bowers of innocence and ease;
Seats of my youth, when every sport could please.
Botany.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) From what sources do plants derive their substance, and how ?    What use is made
of reserve material ?
(b.) Describe the cells of a plant as seen through a microscope.
2. (a.) Name the different tissues seen in the cross-section of an exogen; of an endogen.
(b.) Write notes on stomata, inflorescence, venation, buds.
3. (a.) Explain two methods of plant propagation.
(b.) How are new plants to be obtained from the strawberry, the apple, and the
potato ?
4. By what characteristics do you recognize the mint, rose, and geranium families?
5. Describe, by the botanical term, by drawing, or word description, the leaf of the honey
suckle, of the salal, of the maple ; the corolla of the violet, of the mimulus, of the
potato; the stamens of the buttercup, of the dandelion, of the apple; the ovary of
the maple, of the strawberry, of the buttercup.
(Six fully correct will be considered a full answer.)
6. Mention the plants that you know belonging to the following families, stating the kind
of flower or flower cluster:—Crowfoot, Orchid, Lily, Composite, Heath. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. lxxxv.
Geography.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) State clearly the different movements of the earth.
(b.) In what respects do the planets differ from the, fixed stars ?
2. Arrange the Provinces of the Dominion (a) in order of size, (b) in order of population.
3. W7hat sections of Canada produce (a) coal, (b) iron, (o) gold,  (d) silver, (e) petroleum,
(f) lumber, (g) wheat ?
4. Draw  a  map   of   British   Columbia,  locating  thereon  Victoria,   New   Westminster,
Nanaimo,   Vancouver,   Rossland,   Nelson,   Kamloops,   Revelstoke,   Vernon,   and
Wellington.
5. Name the largest and most important river in  each of  the following countries :—
United   States,   Australia,   China,   India,   Russia,   Germany,   France,   England,
Spain, and Egypt.
6. (a.) Name in order the waters  through  which  a  British  man-of-war would pass in
steaming in a westerly direction from Esquimalt to Portsmouth.
(6.) What cities would she probably touch at en route ?
7. What are  volcanoes?    Name at  least five famous  ones.    Why are  they generally
mountain peaks ?
8. (a.) Explain the formation of rain and dew.
(b.) Why do dewdrops on the grass-blades assume a globular form ?
Book-keeping.    (Time,  1 hour.)
1. (a.) What is necessary in order to constitute a proper Day-book entry?
(b.) Give directions for correcting errors in Day-book.
2. (a.) What is meant by a personal account ?    What does the debtor side of a personal
account show ?
(b.) How do you find whether a person owes you, or you owe him, and how much ?
3. (a.) Explain what is meant by the terms : Bills Receivable, Remittance, Endorsement,
Assets, Cheque.
(b.) Explain the abbreviations :  Ult., B. B., Prox., Pes., C. B., Inst.
4. (a.) Give a receipt for money paid for another.
(6.) Write a letter enclosing P. O. O. in payment for books ordered.
5. James Smith bought of Henry White:  4 bbls.  flour @ $4.75; 75 Bis. sugar @ 4Jc.;
48 lbs. soap @ 5c; 8 sacks potatoes @ 56c.    For these goods Smith paid $10 in
cash, and gave an order on William Thomson for the balance.
(a.) Make the Day-book and Ledger entries as they should appear in Smith's books.
(6.) Make out a Bill of the goods sold to Smith.
(c.) Write out the Order as accepted by Thomson. lxxxvi
Public Schools Report.                                         1899
APPENDIX D.
HIGH SCHOOLS EXAMINATION, 1899.
Rhetoric.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1.
(a.) When is a knowledge of synonyms useful in composition ?
(6.) What caution should be given as to their use?
2.
(a.) Put better and simpler English words for these :—Commence,  chamber, enter,
mansion, residence.
(b.) Construct sentences to illustrate the difference in meaning between—truth and
veracity, deadly and mortal.
3.
(a.) Point out the respective merits of long and short sentences.
(6.) What precautions should be taken to avoid loss of clearness ?
4.
(a.) Mention the three principal ways of connecting sentences in a paragraph.
(6.) Write a paragraph, of at least six sentences, on a day's excursion—bicycling or
boating.
5.
Which is the commonest and most serviceable figure in language ?    Give illustrations.
6.
Correct or justify—
(a.) We not only benefit ourselves but others.
(&.)  Passing along a dimly lighted corridor, a pointed Gothic window opens on the
dining hall.
(c.)  His last journey was to Cannes, whence he was never destined to return.
(d.) Larouse preserved his equanimity of mind.
7.
What are the rules for the use of shall and will ?    Give examples.
Book-keeping.    (Time, 1^ hours.)
1.
(a.) Explain  the following   terms :—Bill of lading,  assignee,  net proceeds,  voucher,
invoice.
(b.) Of what does a  business transaction consist ?    In a strictly cash business, what
accounts only are necessary ?
2.
(a.) What fact is particularly recognized in Double Entry Book-keeping?
(6.) Explain the application of the trial balance in both Double and Single Entry.
3.
(a.) What are the original parties to a draft called ?
(b.) Brown, of Rossland, gives Green a draft on Smith, of Victoria, for $500 at sight.
Write the draft.
4.
June 1.—Commenced business with the following assets :—Cash on hand, $250 ; mer
chandise, $300; cash in bank, $100.    I owe Henry Thomas $50.
ii     5.—Bought mdse. of Henry Thomas, $113.
ii     6.—Sold mdse. to W. Harris $50, and to Jones & Co. $66.
ii     8.—Drew cash from bank $40.
„     8.—Paid Henry Thomas $170, and for repairs $14.
„     9.—Sold S. Wright mdse. $40.
ii   10.—Drew cash for personal expenses $10.    Merchandise on hand, $300.
Enter in proper books, and find net gain or loss and the net capital. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. lxxxvii.
Mensuration.    (Time, 1| hours.)
1. A footpath goes along the two adjacent sides of a rectangle; one side is 196 yards, and
the other is 147 yards : find the saving in distance made by proceeding along the
diagonal instead of the two sides.
2. The area of a rectangular field whose length is four times its breadth is 8 ac. 1,280 sq.
yds. : find its perimeter.
3. What is the cost of painting the walls and ceiling of a room whose height, length, and
breadth are 12 ft. 6 in., 27 ft. 4 in., and 20 ft., respectively, at 36 cents per square
yard ?
4. A circle of 10 inches radius is divided into three equal parts by two concentric circles :
find the radius of these circles, so that the three parts may be of equal area.
5. A piece of tin, having the form of a quadrant of a circle, is rolled up to form a conical
vessel:  required the cubical contents when the radius of the quadrant is one foot.
6. If 30 cubic inches of gunpowder weigh 1 lb., find the diameter of a hollow sphere that
will hold 11 lbs.
7. Find the number of cubic yards of earth dug out of a tunnel 100 yards long, whose
section is a semicircle with a radius of 10 feet.
9
Algebra.    (Time, 1 \ hours.)
1.  (a.) Multiply (a + b)2 by (a - b)'\
(b.) Divide x3 - (a + b + c)x2 + (ab + be + ac)x — abc by x - a.
(a.) Resolve xe - 1 into four factors, and (ax + by)2 - (ax — by)2 into two factors.
(b.) What number taken from x leaves y as a remainder ?
„„.,.„      a          3a         2ax          , x(a + x)    5ax - x2
■5. Simplify 1 . ; and -^ '-	
a — x    a + x    a2 — x2 a — x x — a
4. Extract the square root of 9x* - 2x* - ifia;2 + 2x + 9 ; and of 18 + 8 J5.
5. Solve the equations—
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6. A sum of money put out at simple interest amounted in 6 years to $5,200, and in 10
years to $6,000.    Find the sum and the rate of interest.
7. A grazier bought as many sheep as cost him £60.    Out of these he kept 15, and, sell
ing the remainder for £54, gained 2 shillings a head by them.    How many sheep
did he buy ? Ixxxviii. Public Schools Report. 1899
Geometry.    (Time, 1J hours.)
1. If one side of a triangle be produced, prove that the exterior angle thus formed is
greater than either of  the interior opposite angles.    What  extension does this
property of a triangle receive in a subsequent proposition ?
2. There are four cases in which Euclid proves that two triangles are equal in all respects.
State them, and prove one of them.
3. What is the square on the side opposite the obtuse angle equal to, in an obtuse-angled
triangle ?    Prove your answer.
4. Equal chords in a circle are equidistant from the centre.    Prove the converse of this.
5. The straight line joining the middle points of any two sides of a triangle is parallel to
the third side and equal to half of it.
Trigonometry.    (Time, \\ hours.)
1. (a.) Find the length of an arc of 60 grades on a circle of 10 feet radius.
(b.) Draw an angle whose cosine is b, where b is a proper fraction and positive.
2. (a.) Express all the other Trigonometrical Ratios of A in terms of sec A.
(b.) What are the values of the Trigonometrical Ratios for an angle of 15° ?
3. (a.) If A= 90°, B = 60°, and C = 30°, prove that sin A cos B + sin C cos B equals sin A.
(b.) Find A and B from the equations:—cos (A - B) = ^Ji, sin (A - B) = cos (A + B).
4. (a.) Solve the triangle, when a = 10, 6 = 5 ^3, c = 5.
(b.) What is the ambiguous case in the solution of plane triangles?    Show by diagram
when there may be two solutions.
5. A man walking along a straight road observes at one milestone a house in a direction
making an angle 30° with the road, and that at the next milestone the  angle  is
60° : how far is the road from the house ?
6. A and B are two hill-tops 34,920 feet apart, and C is the top of a distant hill.    The
angles CAB and CBA are observed to be 61° 35' and 76° 49' respectively.    Prove
that the distance from A to C is 51,515 feet.
log 34920 = 4.5430742    L sin 76° 49' = 9.9884008
log 51515 = 4.71193        L cosec 41° 18'= 10.1804552 63 Vict.
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Geology.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. Name all the agencies by which old rocks are worn down and new ones re-constructed 1
Give illustrations.
2. (a.) Of what practical use is the fossil to the geologist ?
(b.) Describe two fossils that you have seen or found.
3. (a.) Describe the Laurentian System.
(b.) Name the economic products obtainable from this system.
4. Locate and briefly describe the stratified rocks of this Province.
5. (a.) Point out  the theoretical and  the practical value of the accumulations of the
present era.
(b.) What is the origin of these deposits 1
6. How may the following minerals be distinguished :—Slate, quartz, graphite, asbestos,
galena 1
7. Describe any field work in Geology that you have done.
Zoology.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. Describe the amoeba and foraminifera.
2. What characters has the crab in common with (a) all animals, (b) all Crustacea, (c) all
invertebrata 1
3. Describe the anatomy and development of (a) a salmon, (b) a grasshopper.
4. Discuss the number and distribution of the species in the Province belonging to the
following :—Reptilia, Crustacea, Amphibia, Carnivora.
5. (a.) Point out the difference between Echinoderms and Ooelenterates.
(b.) Give an account, with drawings, of the general characters of the former.
6. (a.) Give a tabular view of the eight branches of the animal kingdom.
(b.) What is the principle of zoological classification ?    Give illustrations. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. xci.
Chemistry.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) What is meant by a chemical change ?
(b.) Explain chemical equivalent.
2. Compare oxygen and ozone as to weight and properties.    State at least one way in
which a supply of oxygen may be obtained by experiment.
3. What two elements are in common salt ?    How can each be separated 1    Note the
most evident properties of each element.
4. How would you proceed to distinguish, practically, between N and C02, C02 and CO,
NH3 and CI, chalk and plaster of Paris, pyrites and gold 1
5. (a.) How is H2S produced 1    What are its properties and uses?
(b.) If a current of chlorine is passed into a solution of H2S, what substances are
obtained ?    Write the re-action, and explain it.
6. (a.) What is combustion 1
(b.) Which of the following gases are combustible and which are not:— O, H, N, CO
C02 1    Give reasons for your answer in each case.
Astronomy.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) Describe roughly the positions of six stars or star groups that you  have  been
taught to locate.
(b.) How is the position of a star defined?
2. Explain the apparent diurnal rotation of celestial bodies.
3. (a.) What is the parallax of the sun, and how is its distance  determined  from   the
parallax ?
(b.) What have you observed about the position of the sun in June,  and  again in
December ?
4. Explain " difference of time," and show the relation of time to longitude.
5. Briefly describe one of the planets that have satellites.
6. (a.) What facts did Kepler discover in reference to the movements of planets round
the sun?
(b.) Why are the statements of these facts called laws 1
7. Explain clearly " Signs of the Zodiac."    Name them. xcii. Public Schools Report. 1899
Natural Philosophy.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. Of what are the following illustrations :—Soldering, welding, upward flow of sap in
trees, solution ?
2. (a.) Illustrate and explain the siphon.
(b.) How far can a liquid be carried by a siphon?
3. (a.) Describe experiments to show : Upward pressure of air; effect of heat on metals.
(b.) Why does mercury keep rising and falling in the tube of a barometer?    In the
tube of a thermometer ?
4. (a.) Distinguish between specific gravity and weight.
(b.) A 6-inch cube of iron is immersed in water ; how many oz. of its weight are lost?
5. What weight will be supported by a power of 10 lbs.  on an inclined plane, having a
height of 4.4 ft. in a length of 48.5 ft., the power acting horizontally?
6. Find the resultant of two forces of 12 lbs. and 8 lbs. respectively, acting at an angle of
60°.
7 A body, A, is projected downwards with a velocity of 240 feet per second; at the same
instant another body, B, is projected upward with an equal velocity; how much
faster will A be moving than B at the end of 6 seconds ?
General History.     (Time, 1 hour.)
1. State the country and the period in which each of the following persons lived:—
Mirabeau, Aristotle, Hannibal, Euclid, Raleigh, Garibaldi.
2. Give brief accounts of the following :—Dutch Republic, Turkey, Southern States of
America.
3. (a.) Describe the causes and effects of the French Revolution.
(b.) Compare it with the Revolution in England in 1688.
4. Assign important events to the following dates:—538 B.C., 146 B.C., 1096 A.D.,
1453 A.D., 1588 A.D., 1833 A.D.
5. What were the chief exploits of Scipio Africanus, Alexander the Great, Mohammed,
Gustavus Adolphus ?
6. Give a short description of the Hindoos or the Chinese Empire. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report.
Roman History.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) How was Rome governed after the overthrow of monarchy?
(b.) Who were the Decemvirs?    How did they abuse their power?
2. (a.) Why were the Licinian Rogations brought forward 1
(b.) State the provisions of these laws.
3. (a.) What was the cause of the war between Rome and Carthage?
(b.) Describe the closing scenes of this struggle.
4. (a.) Assign important events to the following dates:—753 B.C., 376 B.C., 146 B.C.'
48 B.C., 70 A.D.
(b.) Mention one notable fact in connection with  each of the following names :—
Muscius, Scsevola, Camillus, Augustus.
5. Describe briefly the career of each member of the First Triumvirate.
6. (a.) Explain cedUe, censor, proscription.
(b.) Where and what are—Latium, Tarentum, Rubicon, Heraclea, Pharsalia?
Grecian History.    (Time, 1 hour.)
1. (a.) Draw an outline map of Ancient Greece, locating thereon the principal states.
(b.) Which states successively rose to the chief power before the Roman conquest 1
2. Name the three most celebrated expeditions of the heroic age, and tell the story of
one of them.
3. Who were Pisistratus, Codrus, Pericles, and Antipater ?
4. Explain the terms—Archon, Ephor, Areopagus, Tyrant.
5. (a.) Describe the circumstances under which the following battles were fought:—
Marathon, .ZEgospotami, Leucopetra.
(b.)  Show their importance.
6. (a.) Write a note explaining the connection of Philip of Macedon with the history of
Greece.
(b.) What brought the Macedonian monarchy to an end?
Latin.    (Time, \\ hours.)
Note.—1 and 3 or 2 and 3 constitute a full paper.
1.  Translate into idiomatic English :—
Haec eodem tempore Caesari mandata referebantur, et legati ab Aeduis et a Treveris
veniebant: Aedui questum, quod Harudes, qui nuper in Galliam transportati
essent, fines eorum popularentur : sese ne obsidibus quidem datis pacem Ariovisti
redimere potuisse; Treveri autem, pagos centum Sueborum ad ripas Rheni conse-
disse, qui Rhenum transire conarentur; his praeesse Nasuam et Cimberium
fratres.    Quibus rebus Caesar vehementer commotus maturandum sibi existimavit, xciv. Public Schools Report. 1899
ne, si nova manus Suehorum cum veteribus copiis Ariovisti sese coniunxisset,
minus facile resisti posset. Itaque re frumentaria quam celerrime potuit com-
parata magnis itineribus ad Ariovistum contendit.
(a ) Ab Aeduis et a Treveris.    Why is the preposition repeated ?
(b.) Aedui questum.    After what verbs only is the supine admissible?
(c.) Write the sentences beginning with  " Harudes, qui" and ending with "fratres"
in the Direct Narration.
(d.) Account for the use of the subjunctive mood of each verb in the above extract.
(e.)  A short note on the discipline, arms, etc., of the Roman Army in Caesar's time.
2. Translate into idiomatic English :—
O Dea ! si prima repetens ab origine pergam,
Et vacet annales nostrorum audire laborum,
Ante diem clauso componet vesper Olympo.
Nos Troja antiqua, si vestras forte per aures
TroJEe nomen iit, diversa per sequora vectos,
Forte sua Libycis tempestas appulit oris.
Sum pius ^Eneas, raptos qui ex hoste Penates
Classe veho mecum, fama super Eethera notus.
Italiani qusero patriam et genus ab Jove summo.
Bis denis Phrygium conscendi navibus sequor,
Matre dea monstrante viam, data fata secutus :
Vix septem, convulsse undis Euroque, supersunt.
Ipse ignotus, egens, Libyse deserta peragro,
Europa atque Asia pulsus.
(a.) "0 Dea !"    Who is the goddess addressed?    Who is the speaker?
(b.)  "Olympo."    Where is Olympus 1    For what was it noted among the ancients?
(c.)   " TroJEe nomen."    What Greek author also wrote the story of  Troy 1    What is
his book called?
(d.) "Penates."    What were they ?
(e.)  A short account of Vergil's life.
3. (a.) Compare the following adjectives :—similis, parvus, bonus, acer, vetus, and multus.
(b.) Write the Cardinal numbers from 1 to 20.
(c.) What are Deponent Verbs?
(d.) The Principal Parts of the following verbs :—fero, eo, edo, audeo, and volo.
(e.)  Distinguish the four conjugations.
(f) Name the verbs that are regularly followed by the Dative Case.
(g.) Write in Latin:—(1.) At sunset.     (2.) The next day.    (3.) When Balbus and
Plancus were Consuls.    (4.) To this Caesar answered as follows. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. xcix.
6. Correct or justify the following :—
(a.) Traveller, from whence comest thou ?
(b.) The river Kishon swept them away, that ancient river, the river Kishon.
(c.)  I will try and go.
(d.) He had two sisters, the one a wealthy spinster, the other a married sister is the
wife of a farmer.
(e.)  I, whom nor avarice nor pleasure move.
(f) Johnson's Lives of the Poets are now published in six volumes, forming one of the
most elegant editions that was ever offered to the public.
7. Distinguish between :—" Only he lost his child ;"  " He only lost his child ;"  " He lost
only his c.hild ;"  " He lost his only child."
8. State some of the sources from which modern English has been derived.
Composition.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Tuesday, July 4th ; 2:30 p.m. to 3:80 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
Write a composition on one of the following subjects :—
(a.) Patriotism.
(b.) Nature's Noblemen.
(c.)   " Uneasy lies the Head that wears a Crown."
(d.) The Destiny of Canada.
(e.)  Decision of Character.
(/.) The Advantages of Travel.
(g.) Electricity and its Applications.
(h.) Is Teaching a Profession 1
Arithmetic.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Tuesday, July 4th ; 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Prove—
(a.) The difference between the interest and the discount on a sum of money is the
interest on the discount for the same time and rate.
(6.) (1.05)3 is the amount of $1 for 3 years at 5 °/a, compound interest.
2. A party of men were employed to do a work in 25 days.    At the end of 20 days, only
-f- of the work was done, and 3 more men had then to be employed to complete the
work in due time.    How many men were employed at first ?
3. What is the rate °/0 when $10 is the true discount allowed off $210 for 4 months, and
what discount ought to be allowed off $210 for 16 months at the same rate? 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. xcv.
French.    (Time,  1 hour.)
1. Translate—
II y avait douze ans que Jean et Marie habitaient cette lie, lorsqu'un jour qu'ils
^taient assis au bord de la mer, ils virent venir dans un bateau plusieurs hommes
noirs. D'abord Marie eut peur, et voulut se sauver, mais Jean la retint et lui dit:
" Restez, ma sceur, ne savez-vous pas que Dieu est ici, et qu'il empechera ces
hommes de nous faire du mal ?"
(a.) Parse the following words in the above extract :—habitaient, virent, voulut,
empechera, ces.
(b.) When can lui be either masculine or feminine?
(c.) Distinguish between the uses of the imperfect and past definite, illustrating from
the above.
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Translate—
Ce prince comprit combien il importe de ne point consacrer a l'oisivete des sujets qui
peuvent etre utiles, et de ne point permettre qu'on dispose a jamais de sa liberte
dans un age ou Ton ne peut disposer de la moindre partie de sa fortune. Cependant
l'industrie des moines elude tous les jours cette loi, faite pour le bien de l'humanite;
comme si les moines gagnaient en effet a peupler les cloitres aux depens de la
patrie.
(a.) Make a list of syllables pronounced with open e sound in the above extract.
(b.) Parse the following words in the above extract:—peuvent, tous, faite, gagnaient,
aux.
(c.)  Write out the present and the future indicative of etre and permettre.
2. Translate —
(a.) She speaks to him in English, and he speaks to her in French.
(b.) Where is the end of this book ? Here is the end of this book,
(c.)  What is the matter with you?    My head aches.
(d.) See, now the sun is down. Look how red the sky is in the west. It will soon be
dark.
3. (a.) Name the different kinds of French pronouns, and give an example of each.
(b.) Translate: It is I.    It is not they.    I have several.    I will give it to him.
4. (a.) Write in French all the numerals from one to twenty.
(b.) Translate : It is a quarter past nine. It is twenty minutes to eleven. The tenth
of April.
5. (a.) Explain the difference in pronunciation between accented and unaccented vowels.
(b.) Compare bon, bien, petit; and give three rules for forming the plural of nouns,
with examples.
Greek.
[Questions omitted from this Report for want of Greek type in Government Printing Office.] xcvi. Public Schools Report. 1899
APPENDIX E.
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Writing.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Tuesday, July 4th ; 11:15 a.m. to 12 in.    Total marks, 100.
1. Write notes on—
(a.) The position of pupil.
(b.) The proper height of desk.
(c.)  The position of book.
(d.\ The position of pen.
2. Discuss the use of the blackboard in writing lessons.
3. What are the advantages and  disadvantages of the "Sentence Method" of teaching
writing ?
4. Make a classification of the letters of the alphabet into six groups in order of difficulty.
5. " Every written exercise should be a writing exercise."    Discuss this proposition.
6. Write as a test of accuracy and penmanship—
" Abdhur Rahman, the Durani chief, to the North and South is sold ;
The North and the South shall open their mouth to a Ghilzai flag unrolled,
When the big guns speak to the Khyber peak, and his dog-Heratis fly :
Ye have heard the song—How long?    How long ?    Wolves of the Abazai! "
Geography.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Monday, July 3rd; 2:30p.m. to 3:45 p.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Give a description of the Russian Empire as regards its boundaries, area, and popula
tion, its chief productions, great rivers, and principal outlets for trade.
2. Describe accurately the position of: Mount Cook, Ararat, Everest, Hecla, Chimborazo,
Cader Idris, Jungfrau, Adam's Peak.
3. Write notes on the following rivers as commercial highways, giving the main resources
of their valleys, and naming in order the countries, states, and provinces on their
banks :—Danube, Rhine, Mississippi.
4. Draw an outline map of France, showing the direction of the chief mountains and
rivers, and marking the position of ten of the leading towns.
5. (a.) Give as full a list as you can of the British possessions which lie within the
Tropics.
(b.) Name any important towns on, or close to, the Tropics. 63 Vict. Public Schools Report. xcvii.
6. Write an account of—
(a.) The Gulf Stream. (b.) The Island of Ceylon.
7. Mention the foreign possessions, outside the limits of Europe, of France, Spain, and
Holland.
8. (a.) What countries are connected by the following passes :—Bolan, Simplon, Khyber,
Brenner, Semmering?
(b.) What countries are separated by the following straits :—Ormuz, Bonifacio, Palk,
Torres, The Sound ?
9. (a.) Give the names, positions, and  populations of the frontier and  coast cities of
Canada.
(b.) Where are the following places and for what are they notable :—Navariuo, Pa via,
Quiberon Bay, Granada, Patmos, Simla, Tarifa, Quito ?
10.  When it is noon in Greenwich, what hour is it at Constantinople, Melbourne, Quebec,
St. Petersburg, Calcutta?    Account for the difference of time.
Note.—Any seven of the above questions will constitute a full paper.
British History.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Monday, July 3rd; 9 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.    Total marks, 200.
1. In what ways was Christianity introduced into Great Britain, and who were the chief
Christian teachers and writers of those times?
2. Give an account of the Crusades, and show how they affected English national life.
3. What were the Wars of the Roses ?    Draw a map of England, showing the localities
of the principal battles, and also state who were the leaders, and what the result
was on each occasion.
4. Point out the important issues involved in the Revolution of 1688, and show how
these were finally settled.
5. Say what events in history took place in these years :—1588, 925, 1346, 1214, 1650,
1120.
6. Show the connection between the Tudor Line and James I., and trace the descent of
Victoria from James I.
7. Give some account of a rebellion in the reigns of—
(a.) James II. (b.) Henry VI. (c.) Richard II.
8. Make notes on the following matters of importance in the course of English History:—
Monopolies ; the officering of the militia ; the billeting of soldiers on private subjects ;
indefinite imprisonment without trial; universal suffrage; the exclusion of
foreigners from any civil or military office; the trial of ecclesiastical offenders in
civil courts.
9. Under what  circumstances,  and  with what  success,  did   Edward   I.  attempt  the
conquest of Scotland, and also that of Wales ?
10. Explain fully the terms :—Folcland, Justices in Eyre, Attainder, Whig, Impeachment,
Feudalism, Bretwalda, Iconoclast.
Note. —Any seven of the above questions will constitute a full paper. xcviii. Public Schools Report. 1899
Canadian History.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Tuesday, July 4th ; 1 p. m. to 2:15 p. m.     Total marks, 200.
1. Explain what is meant by the Seignorial System.
2. Give an account of the origin and foundation of the Hudson's Bay Company.
3. Describe the events in New France under Denonville's Government.
4. Write an account of the expulsion of the Acadians.
5. Describe the events with which the name of Ticonderoga is associated.
6. Describe briefly the Pontiac War.    What causes led to it ?
7. State the circumstances which led to the outbreak of the War of 1812-13.    Describe
the principa] operations of the first year of the war.
8. Write a short account of the Riel Rebellion.
9. Write historical notes on—
Nootka. Compagnie du Nord. Quadra.
Benedict Arnold. Ethan Allan.
10.  State what you know about the Joint High Commission.
English Grammar.    (For all Classes and Grades.)
Monday, July 3rd ; 10:30 a. m. to 12 m.    Total marks, 200.
1. Analyse the following extract, and parse the italicised words :—
Now came still Evening on, and Twilight gray
Had in her sober livery all things clad;
Silence accompanied ; for beast and bird,
They to their grassy couch, these to their nests,
Were slunk ; all but the wakeful nightingale.
She all night long her amorous descant sung :
Silence was pleased.    Now glowed the firmament
With living sapphires ; Hesperus, that led
The starry host, rode brightest, till the Moon,
Rising in clouded majesty, at length
Apparent queen, unveiled her peerless light
And o'er the dark her silver mantle threw.
2. Write the words of the above extract that have been derived from a classical source.
3. (a.) State the several modes of denoting gender in English.
(b.) Write the masculine form of the following words:—vixen, testatrix, heifer, dam,
witch.
4. Form   the  plural  of  the  following  words:—pailful, forget-me-not,   runaway,   lord-
lieutenant, Henry, Miss Brown, Mr. Smith, staff, cow, bandit.
5. Define :—gender, number, case, person, declension, conjugation. 63 Vict.
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Public Schools Report.
1899
TABLE  0.—Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.
Schools.
Abbotsford .
Aberdeen (Monitor)... -
Agassiz.
Ainsworth	
Alberni 	
Alberni (Beaver Creek)..
Aldergrove 	
Aldergrove, South	
Aldergrove, S'th, West
Alexandria	
Anarchist Mountain  ....-<
Anniedale	
Armstrong	
Arrowhead	
Ashcroft, 1st Division ..
Do.
2nd
-{
Atchelitz	
Barkerville	
Beaver 	
Beaver Point	
Bella Coola	
Belmont	
Rig Rar	
Slack JMounta in ...
Blue Springs (White Valley)
Boundary Bay	
Bowen Island	
Brandon-Slocan, 1st Div..
Do. 2nd i, .,
Rvooklyn	
Brownsville	
Burgoyne Bay	
Burnaby	
Burnaby, West	
Burton	
Cache Creek.	
Cadboro	
Camp JtlcKinney.  .. •!
Camp Slough	
180S-99.
Miss C. C. Warren .
J. J. Ashton, B.A..
Miss C. L. Bowman
Miss E. Lewis ....
J. J. Ashton, B.A.
Miss M. Truswell ...
John Howitt	
Miss E. M. Watson..
G. D. Turner	
Wm. P. Ogilvie	
G. F. Goostrey	
Miss G. L. Brethour
Miss P. Spragge ....
Albert Letts	
W. A. MacKenzie ...
O, McPherson	
H. S. Lovering	
R. G. Gordon	
Miss E. F. Roberts..
Miss E. M. Dalby ...
Miss M. E. Mercer ..
D. H. Elliott	
A. E. Eekardt	
R. R. Watson	
R, A. McMordie ....
James Beath	
N. A. Osborne     	
F. J. Watson .  	
Wm. Sivewright....
John Wright	
W. A. Matthews	
S. B. Clement	
Miss L. E. Moss	
Miss M. E. Fletcher.
F. 0. Canfield	
A. W. Cooke	
Miss E. Lister	
D. Anderson, M.A...
J. A. Cathenvood  ..
W.R.Ellenwood,B.A
Miss   A.   E.   Fraser,
[B.A.
Miss M. Dell	
Miss A. B. Ray ....
Miss M. L. Menten .,
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
2nd Class
B
Aug-.,
189 3
1st      ,,
2nd     ,,
A
B
Aug-.,
Jan.,
1897
1899
2nd     ,,
1st      ,,
A
A
Feb.,
Jan.,
1898
1899
2nd     ,,
A
Aug.,
1898
2nd     ii
A
Aug.,
1890
3rd      ,i
A
March,
1897
2nd     „
A
Aug.,
1898
2nd     M
A
May,
1897
2nd     „
B
Aug.,
1897
3rd      „
B
Jan.,
1899
2nd     ,,
2nd     n
B
B
Aug.,
March,
1897
1899
2nd     ,,
B
Aug.,
1S98
1st        II
B
April,
1893
3rd      ,,
B
Aug.,
1898
1st       ,,
A
Jan.,
1S98
3rd      ,,
2nd      i,
A
B
May,
May,
1898
1899
2nd     n
A
Aug.,
1896
2nd      i,
A
Aug.,
1897
2nd      „
B
Jan.,
1896
2nd      n
B
Aug.,
1897
3rd      ,,
B
Aug.,
1S98
•2nd      ,,
B
Sept.,
1898
1st        n
B
Nov.,
1897
1st      ,,
B
Nov.,
1897
3rd       „
B
Aug.,
1898
2nd     il
B
Jan.,
1898
3rd      ,,
B
Sept.;
189S
2nd      „
A
Aug.,
1898
2nd     n
A
Nov.,
1897
2nd     n
B
Oct.,
1898
2nd      „
B
Feb.,
1896
Tempora
ry.
Jan.,
1890
2nd Class B
March
1894
1st
A
April,
1898
2nd      ii
B
Aug.,
1898
1st        ii
A
Aug.,
1893
1st       i,
A
Aug.,
1898
2nd      „
3rd      n
A
A
Oct.,
May,
1898
1899
2nd      „
A
Aug.,
1897
Monthly
$50 00
l   40 00
j-   50 00
60 00
00 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
|  55 00
50 00
58 50
50 00
58 50
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50 00
80 00
50 00
50 00
58 50
50 00
50 00
50 00
58 50
50 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
58 50
50 00
50 00
50 00
58 50
50 00
50 00
50 00
L. B. Authier, Sec. (2); C. T. Purver (1); J.
Fraser (3).
D. Manning, Sec; V. Lehman; Philip Ross.
Mrs. M. Inkman, Sec. (2); R. Ogilvie (1); Mrs.
A. T. Hubbard (3).
W. P. Freeman, Sec. (3); L. Shaw (2); Mrs
H. Anderson (1).
II.  S.  Law, Sec. (2); H. Guillod (1); S. R.
S. Bayne (3).
James Calbick, See. (1); Mrs. Ann Miller (2);
David McVey (3).
Wm. Groves, See. (2); J. L. Walker (1); John
McGregor (3).
Mrs. M. McEwan, Sec.; I. Olson ; L. Milburn.
Frederick J. Thatcher, Sec.; Alex. Crossan;
Daniel Stewart.
R. G. Sidley, Sec.  (3); W. Almquist (2); Jos'
Johnson (1).
John M. Gillis, Sec. (2); Peter Anderson (1);
Alex. J. Gordon (3).
G. E. Lorimer, Sec. (3); Geo.  Murray (1); M.
Levor (2).
Geo.  T.  Newman, Sec; J. McCreery; R. S.
Johnston.
I W.  Shaw,  Sec. (3); J. W. Burr (2); J. A.
f       Newland (1).
Mrs. S. J. Street, Sec. (1); M. Hilton (2); A.
Evans (3).
J. Stone, Sec. (1); J. Stevenson (2); H. McDor-
mott (3).
J. McDonald, Sec (3); S. B. Abra (1); James
Duff (2).
Theo.   Tragc,   Sec.  (3); Ed.  Johnson (2);   J.
Papinberger (1).
A. Svisdahl, Sec. (1); G. B. Olson (2); P.
Lauritson (3).
John W. Berry, Sec. (1); R. Monahan (3); G.
Trigg (2).
C.   F.   Kostering,   Sec;  Joseph   Haller;  D.
McDonald.
Drennen, Sec; J. W.McClure; John Brown.
Thos. Christien, Sec. (2); Jos.  LeBlanc   (1);
J. B. Deschamps (3).
John Penam, See. (2); E. Camniidge (1);  E.
Calhoun (3).
W. J. Davies, Sec. (1); I. Dolby ( ); Mrs. L.
Becker (2).
) R. Bradshaw, Sec. (1) W. S. Johnston (2);
|       A. York (3).
J.  H.  Boland,  Sec; Robt.  Median; C.  W.
Greer.
John Douglas, Sec. (1); Geo. Gairnes (2); John
R. Edwards (3).
J. J. Akerman, Sec (1); Edward Lee (2); Jos.
Nightingale (3).
B. R. Hill, Sec (2); E. Stride (1); Wm. McDer-
mott (3).
J. G. Keefer, Sec (3); W. Bailey (2); Geo. Gar-
tell (1).
S. Smith, Sec (3); R. Gourlay (1); R. Brett
(2).
P. Parke, Sec (1); Jas. Campbell (2); Robert
A  Walker (3)
Geo. Deans, Sec. (2); M. Finnerty (1); H. H.
Evans (3).
G. E. Sanborn, Sec; G. M. Bennet; James
Muir.
A. Harding,  Sec.  (2); Alfred Parry (1);
Walter Parry (3). 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
xlix.
TABLE  0.—Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Continued.
Teachers.
1898-99.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
New Westminster :—
Boys' School, 1st Div ..
W. C. Coatham	
1st  Class  B
Aug.,
1887
$90 00
^
2nd Div..
J. D. Buchanan	
1st      „     B
Aug.,
1895
70 00
„        3rd Div..
W. J. Cunningham..
1st      „     A
March
1898
60 00
„         4th Div..
D. J. Welsh	
■2nd     ,,     A
Aug.,
1896
55 00
„         5th Div ..
Miss A. J. McDougall
L. of S	
Aug.,
1892
52 50
Cth Div ..
Miss M. Fraser	
2nd Class B
Jan.,
1898
50 00
7th Div ..
Miss E. Lewis	
2nd     ,i     A
May,
1899
50 00
Girls' School, 1st Div..
1st      ,,     B
April,
1887
80 00
Jas. Cunningham, Chairman, \
„         2nd Div |
Miss E. E. Robinson.
Miss M. B. Whelen..
2nd    ,,      A
3rd     „      B
Aug.,
March
1893
1899
j-  60 00
G. W. Boggs, M. D.,
J-One year
John McKenzie,
„         3rd Div..
Miss B. Millard ....
2nd     ,,     A
Aug.,
1890
55 00
Thomas Gifford,                          J
„         4th Div i
Miss L. E. Hughes..
Miss Jean Patterson.
1st      „     A
2nd     i,     A
Jan.,
Jan.,
1896
1899
j-   50 00
"Edward Johnson,                       -i
5th Div ..
Miss M. S. Homer ..
2nd     ,,      B
Aug.,
1893
52 50
James Johnston,                       VTwoyears.
Mrs. A. J. Hill,                           J
„         6th Div..
Miss M. F. Homer...
2nd     ,,     A
Aug.,
1893
50 00
7th Div -j
Miss J. Patterson ...
Miss K. M. McKenzie
2nd     „     A
2nd     i,     B
March
Jan.,
1895
1899
j-   50 00
Secretary of the Board—F. W. Howay.
Sapperton,    1st Div ..
N. Strople 	
1st      „     B
Jan.,
1890
69 00
2nd Div -I
Miss 1. S. Dixon	
Miss E. M. Gray	
2nd     „     B
1st      ,i     B
Jan.,
Dec,
1896
1898
|  50 00
„         3rd Div ..
Miss M. V. Wood ...
3rd      „     B
Jan.,
1896
45 0C
R. J. Hall	
1st      n     B
2nd     „     B
Aug.,
Sept.,
1892
1890
68 00
50 00
„        2nd      „
Mrs. A. C. McDonald
3rd
Miss I. M. Marshall .
3rd     „     A
May,
1899
45 00
;
H. H. Schuyler, B.A.
2nd     „     B
Jan.,
Sept.,
Oct.,
Nov.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
1896
58 50
Thos. Hunter, Sec (2); J.  D. Gillie (1); Mrs.
Wm. Pooley (3).
James Smith, Sec. (2); A. G. Collet (1); N. J.
Barwick (3).
J. F. Harris, Sec. (3); Henry Lovell (2); Thos.
Yeoman (1).
W. C. Beareroft, Sec. (3); Jas. Rae (1); Wm.
Kingsley (2).
James Hallisy, Sec.   (2); E. Choate (3); Wm.
Arnott (1).
"I
2nd     „      B
1st       „      B
2nd      „      B
1st       ,,      B
1893
1896
1896
1896
50 00
50 00
50 00
76 00
North Bend	
Miss L. H. Bodwell .
Miss J. B. McMillan.
Northfield, 1st Division ...
2nd     „
Miss K. C. Smith ...
2nd     „     B
Sept.,
1895
58 50
1 C. H. Rumming, Sec. (2); J. T. Patterson
f      (1); R. P. Morris (3).
3rd      	
1st       „     B
March,
1897
50 00
J
Mrs. B. H. Wilson ..
MissN. C. Smith....
Temporary .
2nd Class A
2nd     n     B
Aug.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
1898
1897
58 50
40 00
VV.   W.  Shaw,  Sec  (3);  S.  Armour (1); E.
Cannell (2).
Andrew   Noble,   Sec;   Alex.  Gordon; J.  A.
Cameron.
Nth. Thompson, West
[Monitor
Notch Hill	
Miss J. Colqnhoun ..
Miss D. M. Thomson
Miss M. Clement	
Miss P. Spragge ....
2nd     ,,     B
2nd     ,,     B
1st      n     B
2nd     i,     B
2nd     „     B
Oct.,
April,
Feb.,
Dec,
April,
1894
1898
1898
1898
1899
50 00
58 50
50 00
|-  58 50
VIrs. J. McA. Moody, Sec. (2); Wm. Gregson
(3); D. H. McNeill (1).
R. Munson, Sec (1); F. Conkling (2); W. R.
Barlee (3).
W. J. Snodgrass, See.  (1);   D. Gillespie (2);
John Matheson (3).
3.   Whelan,   Sec.  (2);  W.  Swalwell (1); J.
Christian (3).
Okanagan Falls (Penticton)
Okanagan Mission -j
Okanagan, South	
OUanagarif West	
Otter	
11. G. Watson	
G. W. Hall	
John King 	
2nd     „     A
2nd     ,,     B
3rd     ,,     A
Aug.,
April,
Aug.,
1895
1897
1898
58 50
50 00
50 00
3eo. J. Dickson, Sec. (3); John Casorso (2);
M. A. Berard (1).
Alex. McLennan, Sec; E. McDougall; John
A. Bailey.
Duncan Buie, Sec. (2); R. Brown (1); Robt.
Hill (3). 03 Vict.
Public Schools Keport.
xlv.
TABLE  0.—Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Continued.
Schools.
Cape Scott	
Cariboo Road     •]
Cascade City    	
Cedar Hill	
Cedar, East	
Cedar, North	
Cedar, South	
Centre Road (Monitor) .
Cheam	
Chemainus	
Chemainus Landing.
Chilliwhack, 1st Division..
Do.         2nd       n
Do. (Monitor)	
Chilliwhack, East	
Chilliwhack, South	
Do. ,, (Monitor)
Clayoquot -j
Clayton 	
Clinton	
Cloverdale -j
Coldstream	
Colwood	
Commonage    -j
Comox    -j
Cortes Island  -j
Courtenay	
Cowichan	
Craig'flower  	
Cranbrook	
Deep Creek	
Delta	
Denman Island	
Departure Bay	
Donald, 1st Division	
Do.     2nd     „        	
Douglas (Monitor)	
Ducks	
Dunach	
C. M. B. Christensen
Miss B. Lucas	
Miss M. J. Shannon .
D. J. Matheson	
Mrs. M. A. Offerhaus
Miss M. Brown	
W. Tomlinson	
Miss C. J. Thomas ..
Miss W. Lawson ....
MissH. D. Trenholme
R. H. Allan 	
Miss G. J. Loat	
R. H. Cairns	
Miss A. M. Templer.
Miss H. E. Melhuish.
P. D. McSween ....
John Mclntyre	
Miss J. Higginson ..
Miss A. Doran	
J. C. Slater	
D. N. McTavish  	
Miss A. Ketcheson ..
N". R. Hopkins	
Samuel Moore, B.A.
W. J. Clement	
Miss M. C. Campbell
Miss I. E. Birnie ....
Miss M. J. Murray ..
MissM.E. Bissett,BA
Miss Belle Netherby.
Miss E. Stewart	
Miss S. B. Cameron..
R. Landells, B.A	
A. J. Dove, M. A..   .
S. Shepherd	
Miss M. Keay   	
W. C. Acheson	
Ernest Campbell	
A. Cx. Fisher	
Miss J. Robertson...
T. J. Barron, B.A...
MissG. R. Millard ..
Mrs. A. C. Thain....
Miss C. A. Newland .
J. P. Cade	
Certificate.
2nd
Class B
3rd
2nd
ii     B
„      B
2nd
r,       B
1st
ii      B
2nd
ii     B
1st
,,     B
2nd
n      B
2nd
n     A
Temporary .
2nd Class A
2nd
ll     B
1st
n      B
1st
ii      B
2nd
II     B
2nd
,i     B
2nd
ii     A
2nd
ii     B
3rd      ii     A
Temporary .
1st
Class B
2nd
ii      B
2nd
1st
n     A
,i     A
2nd
,i     B
2nd
ii     A
2nd
2nd
ii      B
,i     B
1st
3rd
ii      A
n      B
2nd
3rd
n     B
ii      B
1st
n     A
1st
„     A
1st
,i     B
2nd
,i      B
2nd
n     A
2nd
n      A
2nd
n     B
2nd
ii     B
1st
,i     A
2nd
n     B
2nd
ii      B
2nd
ii      B
1st
ll      B
Date of
Engagement
Aug.,     1898
Aug.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
March,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
April,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
Sept.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
April,
April,
Aug.,
Jan.,
Jan.,
Sept.,
Aug.,
April,
April,
Aug.,
March,
Aug.,
Oct.,
Aug.,
Sept.,
Aug.,
Nov.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
March,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
.Aug.,
Oct.,
189S
1899
1897
1898
1898
1897
1896
1897
1897
1892
1898
1895
1893
1898
1898
1898
1896
1898
1899
1897
1898
1896
1S99
1898
1898
Monthly
Salary.
$50
j-   60
50
5S
50
50
50
40
50
50
50
73
50
40
50
58
40
•   50
50
Trustees.
1S9S
1899
f
50 00
1898
1899
I
1
50 00
1898
1898
}
50 00
1896
68 50
1898
50 00
1892
58 50
1898
50 00
1897
58 50
1897
50 00
1S98
50 00
1897
55 00
1896
65 00
1898
50 00
1897
40 00
1898
58 50
1896
50 00
J.  P.   .lacobsen,  Sec;  N. P. Jensen;  Peter
Thomsen.
John Murphy, Sec.; M. J. McCarthy; M. Min-
ton.
D. D. Ferguson, Sec.  (1); P. Rochussen (2);
W. M. Wolverton (3).
J.  M.   Miller, Sec. (1); C. E. King (2); J.J.
Russell (3).
Thos. Swan, Sec. (2); Mrs. A. Greenerway (1);
W. Stove (8).
Geo. Taylor, Sec (2); John Marwick (1); W.
Cochrane (8).
John Thomas,  Sec.  (1);  T.  Cassidy (2); H.
Maguire (3).
Wm. Oliver, Sec; J. H. Rowe; J. S. Taylor.
A. H. Gillanders, Sec. (3); H. Jaspersen (1);
R. E. Kerr (2).
D. W. Mainguy, Sec (3); G. Kersley (1); H.
Bonsall (2).
Lewis G. Hill, Sec. (1); Frank Wilson (2); H.
A. Howell (3).
Is. Mellard, Sec (2); Henry Kipp (1); F. C.
|        Kickbush (3).
Jas. Patterson, Sec. (2); Charles Brown (3); H.
Stady (1).
Jos.  Watson, Sec. (1); J. Ogle (3);  James
Bailey (2).
G. A. Maltby, Sec; John Kinnard; T. Wing
ham.
Geo. Redmond, Sec. (1); C. Duark (2); C. C
Cameron (3).
W. J. Kelly, Sec. (2) ; T. McDougall (3); D. A,
Stoddart, (1).
E. M. Carncross,  Sec  (3); Jas.  Murphy (2):
J. H. Starr (1).
R. Swift, Sec. (2); — Wilmot (3); — Wood (1).
A. T. Peatt, Sec (1); Mrs. W. J. Rant (2); W.
J. Wale (3).
J. H. Dayton, Sec; Allan Mills; Thos. Cooper
R. S. McConnell, Sec. (3); G. F. Drabble (2)
W. A. Mathewson (1).
Horace Hay, Sec; W. Allen; J. P. Allen.
Jos. McPhee, Sec. (2); A. Urquhart (1); J. W
McKenzie (3).
Geo. T. Corfield, Sec (3); J. McPherson (1);
R. M. Colvin (2).
J. W.  Rowland, Sec (1); J. J. Wilson (2); E.
Whittier (3).
A. Moffatt, Sec (1); W. Reid (2); M. Mclnnis
(3).
J. T. Steele, Sec.   (2); J. S.   Pringle (1); D.
Matheson (3).
John Oliver, Sec. (2); Robt. McKee (1); John
Weaver (3).
T. H. Piercy, Sec (1); W. Baikie(2); W. J.
Kenan (3).
D. S. R. Roberts, Sec. (2); Wm. Foster (1); J.
Robson (3).
John McMillan, Sec. (3); John Nelson (1);
W. H. Caldwell (2).
G. Bruskey, Sec. ; A. F. Goldsmith; D. Car-
mi chael.
W. Plumm, Sec. (3); A. Kinnear (2); Frank
Martin (1).
W. Towlan, Sec (3); E. White (1); H. R.
Phillips (2). xlvi.
Public Schools Report.
1899
TABLE C.—Public School Teachers and Trustees during
-99.—Continued.
Dunach, South (Mou'r).
Duncan 	
Elk Lake (Monitor)	
Enderby	
English	
Esquimalt	
Fairfield -j
Fairview	
Ferndale	
Field,	
Fort Steele, 1st Division ..
Do.        2nd      i,
Gabriola, North	
Gabriola, South  ■]
Galiano	
Ganges (Monitor) -j
Glenvalley 	
Golden	
Goldstream   -j
Gordon Head	
Grand Forks    .....
Grand Prairie	
Grantham	
Greenwood \
Gulfside  	
Hall's Prairie	
Hammond (Monitor) ...
Haney 	
Haney, East (Monitor).
Harewood   ....
Do.     (Monitor)	
Hat Creek	
Hatzic -j
Hernando	
Highland	
Hope 	
Hope Station	
Hornby	
Howe Sound 	
Teachers.
1898-99.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
Vliss I. R. Bowman.
3rd CI
iss B
Aug.,
1896
$40 00
Miss A. E. Carmiehael
3rd
i      A
Jan.,
1895
53 75
Miss G. Butler	
3rd
i     B
Sept.,
1898
40 00
Miss K. Schw-engers.
2nd
B
Aug.,
1898
58 50
1. N. Mathers	
2nd
i     A
Aug.,
1S98
50 00
L. A. Campbell
2nd
,     A
Aug.,
1896
60 00
Miss C. L. Webb ....
Vliss E. M. Kingston
2nd
3rd
,      A
,     A
Aug.,
Jan.,
1897
1899
\   50 00
MissR. E. Glover...
2nd
,      B
Sept.,
1897
55 00
Miss L. Abererombie
■2nd
.      B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
Miss E. M. N. Lettice
2nd
i      B
Jan.,
1897
58 50
Miss A. S. Bailey ...
L. of S
Aug.,
1894
68 25
J. F. Smith 	
1st Class   B
Jan.,
1899
50 00
Miss G. L. Brethour.
3rd
i      B
Aug.,
1898
50 00
Miss Emily Raper...
Miss Beatrice Holmes
3rd
3rd
,     A
,      B
Aug.,
Jan.,
1896
1899
I   50 00
Miss L.  M. Sylvester
3rd
i     A
Aug.,
1898
50 00
Miss E. E. Harrap...
Miss Eliz'beth Wilson
2nd
3rd
,     B
,      B
Jan.,
Jan.,
1898
1899
I   40 00
Miss E. Parkinson...
2nd
,     A
Oct.,
1894
50 00
2nd
2nd
2nd
,      B
,     B
,     A
Aug.,
Aug.,
Jan.,
1897
1896
1899
58 50
l 50 00
Miss A. V. Harrison.
Miss A. L. Johnston.
G. H. Sluggett	
1st
,      B
Jan.,
1898
50 00
J. A. Mclntyre	
2nd
i     A
Aug.,
1898
55 00
Miss M. A. Johnson .
3rd
,     B
Aug.,
1898
5S 50
J. A. Halliday	
L. of S
Sept.,
1892
50 00
MissE.Wickham, BA
D. M. Hunter	
1st 01s
2nd
ss   A
,      A
Aug.,
Dec,
1898
1898
|  55 00
Miss A. B. Elmsly...
1st
,     B
Oct.,
1.897
50 00
Miss L. Lewis	
2nd
i      B
Jan.,
1896
50 00
P. D. McTavish
1st
i      B
Feb.,
1899
40 00
Miss M. McDowell ..
2nd
i     A
Aug.,
1898
68 50
Miss M. Smith	
2nd
,     A
Sept.,
1898
40 00
W. Dykes	
2nd
■2nd
,      A
,     B
Aug.,
May,
1898
1898
53 75
40 00
Miss E. Pearce	
W. Clayton	
1st
i    ,B
Aug,,
1898
50 00
Miss J. Sweeney ....
Miss J. P. Johnstone
2nd
2nd
,     B
i     B
Aug.,
May,
1898
1899
j.   50 00
Miss M. M. Creech ..
2nd
i     B
Nov.,
1896
50 00
Miss E. A. Clark  ...
2nd
T       B
Jan.,
1897
50 00
H. C. Shelton	
2nd
i      A
March
1898
55 00
Miss A. M. Howell ..
3rd
,      B
May,
1899
30 00
Miss K. McKinnon ..
2nd
i     A
Aug.,
1898
50 00
J. McMillan, B. A...
1st
,     A
Aug.,
1896
50 00
Trustees.
S.   Campbell,   Sec. ;   Richard   Peardon;   F.
Welch.
James Evans, Sec (2); David Ford (1); W. C.
Duncan (3).
Robert Pinkerton, Sec (2); J. R. Carmiehael
(3); Thos. Tunstead (1).
N. McLeod,  Sec.   (3); G.  R.  Lawes (1); W.
Hutcheson (2).
Thos. Kidd, M.P.P., Sec. (3); Henry Houston
(2); J. Marrington (1).
W.  S.  Goodwin,  Sec.  (3);   John Oliver (I)
Charles Hammond (2).
Geo. Webb, Sec. (1); M. McSween (2); Chas,
Davis (3).
L. W. Shatford, Sec   (2);  R. B.  White (1)
Wm. Dalrymple (3).
H. Abercombie, Sec. (1); A. Barr (2); F. Ver
chere (3).
H. C. Killeen, Sec; S. S. Roley; C. W. Wye
koft.
R. L. T. Galbraith, See. (1); H. W.Barnes (2)
Robert Mathers (3).
J. W. Penberthv, Sec. (2); O. C. Hansen (1)
I. Rollo (3).
James Gray,  Sec (2); Jas. Lewis (1); Jonathan Martin (3).
H.  Macklin,  See. (2); R. Wright (3); F.   A.
Murchison (1).
E. Walter, See.; S. T. Conery ; Mrs. Dagan.
G. McKay, Sec  (1);  R. McDonald, (2); R.
Gardner (3).
W. L. Houston, Sec. (3); Jas. Henderson (1);
Wm. Sutherland (2).
J. Phair, Sec. (3); E. A. Carlow (2); George
Woodruff (1).
I. Somers,  Sec.   (2);   W.  C.  Grant (3) ; A.
Strachan (1)
J. B. Henderson,Sec. 00; E. E.Cooper (2); P.
W. McLean (3).
Mrs. F. O. Jones, See. (1); P. McBryan (2); A.
W. Duck (3).
Horace Smith, Sec (3); J. Blackburn (2); T.
Woods (1).
R. E. Gosnell, Sec; J. A. Russell; R. Smailes.
John Honeyman, Sec. (1); S. Ramage (2); P.
T. Gibbie (3).
E. C. Johnson, Sec. (2); D. W. Brown (1); H.
Harper (3).
A.   L.   Lazenby,  Sec.;  J.  Callighan ; R. H.
Sharpe.
W. H. Ansell, See.  (1) ; Thos. Marshall (2);
Arch. Baillie (3).
James Robertson,  Sec. ;   John  Ritchie;   L.
Baker.
^A. E. H. Spencer, Sec (3); W. Calverly (1);
j        J. Randle, Jr. (2).
Thomas Morgan, Sec.; C. F. McDonald.
J. B. Marquette, Sec. (1);  Geo. Roleau (2);
Jos. Cyr (3).
Mrs. I. Vernon, Sec ; Mrs. L. Rorison ; Mrs.
N. Higgins.
Mrs.  A.   Maltravers,   Sec.   (2);  Mrs.  J.   M.
Dixon (3); E. Simpson (1).
R. Ryder, Sec. (3); J. Lawrence (1);  J. T.
Lapworth (2).
F. J. Boulter, Sec; P. Johnson; Wm. Lap-
worth.
W. B. T. Grant, Sec. (3); John Ford (2); Geo.
Heatherbell (1).
G. Soames, Sec. (1); James Fletcher (2); Mrs.
MoCall (3). 63 Vict.
Public Schools Report.
xl
Vll.
TABLE C.—Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Continued.
Teachers.
1898-99.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
Monthly
Salary.
Huntingdon	
J. A. Blair	
3rd Class  B
Aug.,
1897
§50 00
J. H. Schofield, Sec. (1); R. McCrimmon (2);
R. Bruce (3).
J. E. Lovering	
Miss M. M. Clement.
3rd
3rd
ii      B
i,     B
Aug.,
March
1898
1899
I   50 00
J. C. Richardson, Sec; R. Armstrong; S.
Anderson.
.Jubilee (Monitor)	
MissG. H. Marshall.
2nd
ii      B
April,
1898
40 00
W. J. Marsh, Sec ; Jos. Patterson; G. A.
Boyle.
R. D. Irvine .  	
W. A. Matthews	
3rd
3rd
i      B
i      B
April,
April,
1893
1899
i  50 00
Charles W. Kevis, Sec (3); Mrs. D. McLean
(2); M. Simpson, Sr. (1).
Kamloops, 1st Division....
E. S. Wood	
1st
i      B
Aug.,
1886
85 00
^
Do.      2nd     „
1st
ii     B
Aug.,
1896
58 50
! J. R. Michell, Sec (3); D. II. Campbell (2) ;
f         G. T. Mallery (1).
Do.      3rd      „
Miss A. Newsom....
2nd
i      B
Aug.,
1896
50 00
Do.      4th      ,	
Miss M. E. Norris...
2nd
i      B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
;
2nd
r       A
Jan.,
1897
70 00
\
Do.   2nd      	
Miss I. McTaggart ..
2nd
i     B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
1 E. F. Stephenson, Sec (2); A. Carney (1);
f       G. O. Buchanan (3).
Do.   3rd       „           	
,     A
April,
1898
50 00
D. W. Sutherland...
1st
,     B
Feb.,
1893
58 50
D. Lloyd-Jones, Sec (1); E. Weddell (2); M.
J. Curts (3).
Miss E. Sayer	
2nd
,      B
Aug.,
1898
50 00
Wm. Morgan, Sec. (2); R. Fallow-field (1);
John Kerry (3).
Kensington, East
Miss P. A. Mclnnes..
2nd
,      B
Aug.,
1S98
40 00
Samuel Walker, Sec.; S. A. Prosser; W. C.
(Monitor)
Jones.
Kettle River	
J. A. Cairnes	
2nd
,      A
Aug.,
1896
58 50
W. H. Covert, Sec (2); J. McLaren (1);
Dougal Mclnnis (3),
Kettle River, North ...
P. Terrion	
2nd
,      B
Feb.,
1899
50 00
R. Hill, Sec; Robt. Clark; — McGregor.
Kushonoolc (Monitor) ..
Miss M. E. Fletcher..
2nd
,      B
May,
1899
40 00
John F. Kennedy, Sec; H. I. McDonald.
JLac la HacJte   	
Miss M. G. Duncan..
2nd
,      B
Jan.,
1898
58 50
Geo. Forbes, Sec; Lewis J. Crosina; John
Wright.
Mrs. I. M. Macdonald
2nd
,      A
Aug.,
1895
58 50
) H. J. Hutcherson, Sec. (3); T. Thirkle (1);
Do.    (Monitor)	
MissM. E. Beadleston
3rd
,      B
Aug.,
1896
40 00
j        J. L. Waddell (2).
Miss I. Carthcart....
2nd
,      B
Aug.,
1898
58 50
W.  E.   Heal, Sec (1);  Mrs. Turner (2); A.
Munro (3).
A. H. P. Matthew...
1st
,      B
Aug.,
1895
50 00
Geo. Simpson, Sec. (1); Wm. Rawlinson (2);
D. M. Coulter (3).
M. McLeod	
2nd
,      B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
M. Mclver, Sec. (1); H. Harris (2); J. F. Mc-
Lellan (3).
Langley Prairie -j
Miss A. McFadden. .
James Goostrey ..  .
2nd
2nd
,      B
,      B
Aug.,
March,
1898
1899
j-  50 00
L. Miller, Sec (2); Wm. Innes (3); J. Matheson (1).
Miss K. C. Wolfenden
Tempo
rary..
Aug.,
1S96
58 50
Dr. E. J. Offerhaus, Sec (2); I. Heard (1); —
Hardv (3).
Miss A. J. Davidson.
2nd CI
iss A
Aug.,
1898
58 50
John Marshall, Sec. (3); A. W. Smith, M.P.P.
(1); E. S.Peters (2).
Lillooet, South :
i.
P. D. McTavish
James F. Tupper ...
1st
2nd
i      B
i      A
Aug.,
Feb.,
1895
1899
j-   50 00
John Blaney, Sec. (2); S. Edge, Jr. (3); Alex.
McDonald (1).
Lochiel -j
J. F. Tupper	
C. L. Thornber
2nd
2nd
,      A
,      B
March,
Feb.,
1896
1899
j-  50 00
J. P. Smith, Sec (3); Thos. Biggar (I); Alex.
Cameron (2).
Lulu	
J. A. Campbell	
2nd
,      A
Aug.,
1897
53 75
Robert Gordon, Sec (2); Wm. Jennie (3); John
Cook (1).
TAdu, East (Monitor) . ..
Miss F. L. Sexsmith.
2nd
i     A
Aug.,
1898
40 00
Mrs. A. M. Sexsmith, Sec.; R. A. Levorard;
Thos. Smith.
Lumby	
Miss M. Bell	
2nd
i      B
Sept.,
1898
50 00
C. Christian, Sec. (2); C. Quesnel (3); George
Leger (1).
Lytton	
T. Henderson, M.A..
1st
i     A
Jan.,
1897
58 50
T. Seward, Sec. (3); B. Rebagliati (1); Charles
Clark (2).
Lytton, North (Monitor)
Miss May Bowman..
2nd
,     B
Sept.,
1898
40 00
T. D. Loring, Sec.; John McKay; Henry
Swartz.
Miss M. C. Mclntyre.
2nd
,      A
Aug.,
1898
50 00
E. Burnham, Sec (2); H. Robertson (1); Geo.
Koenig (3).
Miss M. J. Blake	
2nd
,      B
Jan.,
1898
50 00
Mrs. J. S. Wellburn, Sec. (3); A. S. Drum-
mond (1); W. Bazett (2).
Maple Ridge, 1st Division .
Paul Murray	
1st
i     B
Aug.,
1882
68 25
1 John Laity, Sec. (3); Adam Irving (2); John
Do.           2nd       „
Miss J. Trembath...
1st
i      B
Aug.,
1897
50 00
/        McCannell (1).
Miss J. Caldwell ....
Miss E. K. Pringle..
2nd
2nd
,      A
,      B
Aug.,
Jan.,
1898
1899
J-   50 OS
C. W. Little, Sec. (V; A. E. Van Houck (2);
W. H. Lee (3).
Mayne Island	
2nd
March,
1893
50 00
J. W. Bennett, Sec (3); J. W. Tinkley (2);
W. T. Collinson (1). xlviii.
Public Schools Report.
1899
TABLE C—Public School Teachers and Trustees during 1898-99.—Continued.
Metchosin	
Midway (Boundary Creek)
Mission, 1st Division	
Do.     2nd      n      	
Moodyville	
Morris Valley (Monitor)
Mountain 	
Do.       (Monitor	
Mt. Lehman	
Moyie City -j
Mud Bay	
Nakusp	
Nanauio :—
High School	
Central, 1st Division ..
Do.     2nd
Do.      3rd        „
Do.      4th        „
Do.     Sth
Do.     6th
Do.     7th
Do.     8th        „      ..
Do.     9th        „      ..
Do.    10th       „      ..
North Ward, 1st Div..
Do. 2nd „   ..
South Ward, 1st   „   ..
Do. 2nd ,,   ..
Nanaimo Bay	
Nanaimo, North	
Nanaimo, South	
Nanoose	
Nelson, 1st Division	
Do.    2nd      „      	
Do.     3rd      „      	
Do.     4th      „      	
Do.     5th      „      	
New Denver	
New Westminster:—
High School, 1st Div ..
2nd Div .
Miss S. V. Robinson.
A. A. McPhail	
J. D. MacLean	
Miss M. Abererombie
Mrs. A. J. Colbeck..
Miss E. S. DeBou ...
W. H. M. May	
Miss M. Ramsay ....
J. F. Harrison	
Teachers.
Certificate.
Date of
Engagement
2nd Class B
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
Temporary.
1st Class   B
Mrs. E. C. McMahan
Miss Jane Moore....
Miss J. M. Inglis....
Miss A. M. Lewis ...
Walter Hunter, B.A.
John Shaw -.
Jas. A. Galloway . ..
Miss L. A. Mebius...
Miss F. E. Hartt ...
Miss M. P. Haarer...
Miss S. F. Muir	
Miss M. G. Dobeson.
Miss S. Marshall....
Miss M. Woodman ..
Miss N. Donaldson ..
Miss I. Bonnie	
Miss Rosa Duncan ..
Miss E. Le Feuvre ..
Miss Isabella Sinclair
Miss E. J. Sharpies..
Miss J. A. Teague...
A. Shaw	
Miss C. Tingley	
J. H. Soady, B.A....
Mrs. W. Pearcy, B.A.
Miss N. Delmage	
Miss N. O'Reilly ....
MissE.Wickham.B.A
E. S. Strickland ....
H.M.Stramherg.B.A.
R. J. Clark, M.A....
2nd
3rd
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
3rd
2nd
2nd
2nd
3rd
1st
2nd
1st
3rd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
Aug.,
April,
March.
Aug.,
Aug.,
Oct.,
Aug.,
Nov.,
April,
Sept.,
Feb.,
Sept.,
Jan.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
April,
April,
April,
April,
April,
April,
April,
April,
Sept.,
Jan.,
May,
Oct.,
Nov.,
May,
Sept.,
Aug.,
Oct.,
Nov.,
Aug.,
Feb.,
Nov.,
Jan.,
Aug.,
Aug.,
Monthly
Salary.
1896
1898
1896
1897
1895
1898
1898
1898
1899
1890
1SS7
1889
1897
1897
1897
1897
1897
1897
1897
1897
1898
1899
1896
1898
1898
1
1894
1898
1898
1898
1896
1898
1898
1898
18S4
1898
850 00
58 50
73 25
60 00
50 00
40 00
58 50
40 00
50 00
■   50 00
50 00
58 50
120 00
100 00
80 00
75 00
65 00
60 00
60 00
55 00
55 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
40 00.
I
50 oo;
50 00
50 00
50 00
75 00
60 00
55 00
50 00
50 00
60 00
108 00
80 00
Thos. Duke, See. (2); T. G. Stothard (1); J.
Foster (3).
J. McNicol, Sec. (3); Thos. McAuley (1); Hugh
Murray (2).
Ih. Vollans, Sec. (3); J. Plumridge (1); J.
j        Keeves (2).
J. T. Wight, Sec, (2); John Gibson (1); Saml.
McDowell (3).
H.  A.  Olds,  Sec. ;  F. W.  Kennedy;  Thos.
Weaver.
Robt. Kelly, Sec (2); John Dand (1); Joseph
Ballance (3).
Wm. Thomson, Sec. (2); D. Nicholson (1); Alex.
Gillis (3).
J. F. Smyth, Sec.; C. Kauffman; Jos. Weid-
erstadt.
A. Dinsmore, Sec. (3); I. S. Johnston (1); W.
McBride (2).
Mrs. E. McDougald, Sec. (1); F. G. Fauquier
(2); F. Bourne (3).
E. Quennell,
Chairman, \
William II. Wall,
}-Two years
Wm. Manson,
Edward C. Barnes,
Jno. Newton. ^
F. B. LeFeuvre, J-One year.
J. Martell,                        J
Secretary of the Board—S. Cough.
;
H. Allsopp, Sec. (2); Fredk. Wagstaff (3); II.
C. Jones (1).
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