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" 17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nR 121\nAPPENDIX A.\nRESULTS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY MATRICULATION\nEXAMINATIONS, 1926.\nThe following are the names of the winners of His Excellency the Governor-General's silver\nmedals:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nStudent.\nHigh School.\nPercentage.\n86.2\n85.8\n84.4\n83.6\n83.4\nThe winners of the Royal Institution Scholarships of \u00C2\u00A7100 awarded by the University of\nBritish Columbia on the results of the Matriculation Examinations were:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nDistrict.\nStudent.\nHigh School.\nPercentage.\nNo. 1\n82.0\nNo. 2\n80.3\nNo 3\n84.4\nNo. 4\n85.8\nNo. 5\n76.3\nNo. 6\n83.0\nA Scholarship of $150 was awarded to Roderick A. Pilkington, King George High School,\nVancouver, the student obtaining the highest standing in the Province in the Junior Matriculation Examination.\nA Scholarship of $75 was awarded to Walter Henry Hickman, Vernon High School, the\nstudent obtaining the highest standing in the Province in the Senior Matriculation Examination. R 122\njublic Schools Keport.\n1926\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each Centre.\nExamination Centre.\nd\n01\nd\n_.\na\n01\n\u00E2\u0080\u00A2a\nd\nfc<\nhH\nX\n01\nTZ\nd\nfc.\no\nhH\nX\nOl\nra\nOS\na\n3\n'5\n01\na\ns\no\nV\nu\nri\n2\n2\no\nA\na\nCD\na\no\ncd\n\u00C2\u00AB .\n.rt oi\nS'3\nd\n_CJ\nfl\nCJ\nOl\nH\n_.\nd\n0.\nte.\n13\nfc.\n3\nE-f\nCJ\nfl\nd\nfc,\na\nH\nd\na\no\nf5\nd-2\n\u00C2\u00BB13\nOrtrt\na o\nd ci\n*\u00C2\u00BB.S\nd fc.\na.2\nrt,i-j\nd\n4-1\no\ni\n2\n1\n2\n2\n2\n2\n2\n3\n1\n1\n1\n1\n2\n2\n4\n1\n1\n2\n1\n1\n2\n1\n6\n1\n1\n4\n2-\n1\n1\n3\n1\n5\n2\n6\n29\n1\n17\n3\n6\n1\n9\n5\n2\n1\n1\n1\n6\n1\n2\n6\n1\n2\n5\n1\n2\n1\n2\n2\n8\n6\n2\n4\n3\n6\n3\n1\n1\n3\n1\n2\n1\n1\n1\n1\nArmstrong:\nHigh .. - \t\n0\nPrivate Study \t\n2\n1\n2\n7\nBridgeport: High \t\nBurnaby:\nNorth \t\nSouth \t\n7\n8\n38\n1\nBurns Lake:\nPublic \t\n1\n2\n2\n2\n3\nChilliwack:\nHigh \t\n28\n3\nCoalmont:\n3\n1\nCranbrook:\nHigh \t\n8\n1\n1\n11\n9\n2\nDuncan :\nHigh \t\n2\nQueen Margaret's Private \t\n1\nEsquimalt: High \t\n1\n12\nGanges:\n8\n1\nMrs. Halley's Private \t\nGolden :\nHigh\t\n2\n4\nMcMurdo Public \t\n2\n2\nGrand Forks : High\t\nGreenwood :\nSuperior \t\n10\n6\nIngram Mountain Public \t\n1\n1\nHazelton : New Hazelton Public \t\n1\n3\nHowe Sound :\nHigh \t\n1\nPrivate Study \t\n1 Part III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nR 123\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each Centre\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nExamination Centre.\nH\n\X\n01\n*_.\n\u00E2\u0080\u00A2Q-\nri\nd\nu\nfc.\nO\na\nsiS\niMD\nS\u00C2\u00AB\nS3\nOJ\na\na fl\nai\ntt\n.a \"3\nrt.\nd\nd rt\nS\nS.2\nu\nk a\no\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A02 s\n'A\nrt5hi\nloco : Superior \t\nKamloops :\nHigh \t\nClinton Public \t\nSt. Ann's Academy\t\nKaslo: High \t\nKelowna:\nHigh \t\nPrivate Study \t\nKeremeos : High \t\nKingcome Inlet: Public \t\nKitsumgallum : Superior \t\nLadner : High \t\nLadysmith : High \t\nLangley: High \t\nLawn Hill: Public \t\nLumby: Superior \t\nMaple Ridge : MacLean High .\nMatsqui: High \t\nMenzies Bay : Private Study .\nMerritt: High \t\nMission : High \t\nMackenzie: Public \t\nNakusp : High \t\nNanaimo :\nHigh \t\nNorth Cedar Public \t\nPrivate Study \t\nNelson :\nHigh \t\nPrivate Study \t\nNew Denver :\nHigh\t\nPrivate Study \t\nNew Westminster :\nHigh \t\nTechnical High \t\nColumbian College Private\nSt. Ann's Academy \t\nPrivate Study \t\nOak Bay:\nHigh \t\nRhodes' Private \t\nSt .Michael's Private \t\nPrivate Study \t\nOcean Falls : High \t\nOliver:\nSuperior \t\nOsoyoos Public \t\nOyama : High \t\nParksville: Superior \t\nPenticton :\nHigh\t\nPrivate Study \t\nPoint Grey:\nKing George V. High \t\nLord Byng High \t\n24\n1\n38\n3\n1\n10\n31\n12\n13\n1\n13\n1\n1\n1\n6\n15\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n11\n7\n12\n1\n5\n3\n4\n4\n1\n2\n1\n3\n4\n3\n1\n10\n8\n20\n2\n3\n38\n1\n3\n1\n1\n58\n6\n3\n1\n2\n39\n1\n3\n1\n1\n1\n2\n11\n1\n40\n12 R 124\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each Centre\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nExamination Centre.\nS3\n&\nEH to\na\nH\nOrt2\ntt 3\nd o\nS.2\nrt5(-.\nPoint Grey\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nPrince of Wales High\t\nSt. Anthony's College Private\nVancouver College Private ....\nPrivate Study \t\nPort Alberni:\nHigh \t\nKildonan Public \t\nPort Clements : Public \t\nPort Coquitlam :\nHigh \t\nPitt Meadows Superior \t\nPowell River: High \t\nPrince George :\nHigh\t\nDome Creek Public \t\nLoos Public \t\nPrince Rupert:\nHigh \t\nPrivate Study \t\nPrinceton : High \t\nProcter : Superior\t\nRevelstoke :\nHigh\t\nGalena Bay Public \t\nRobson : Deer Park Public \t\nHolla :\nPublic \t\nPouce Coupe Central Public .\nSwan Lake North Public \t\nRossland:\nHigh \t\nPrivate Study \t\nRuskin : Superior \t\nRutland: Superior \t\nSaanich, North : Superior\t\nSalmon Arm :\nHigh ,\t\nSunnybrae Public \t\nPrivate Study \t\nSilverton: Superior \t\nSlocan : High \t\nSmithers : High \t\nPrivate Study\t\nSoda Creek: Macalister Public \t\nSooke : Superior \t\nSquamish : Public \t\nStewart: Superior \t\nSummerland: High \t\nSurrey: High \t\nTrail:\nHigh \t\nFruitvale Public \t\nPrivate Study \t\nUnion Bay : Superior\t\nVananda:\nPublic \t\nGillis Bay Public\t\n23\n2\n23\n4\n2\n4\n2\n2\n2\n1\n4\n4\n4\n2\n2\n11\n1\n1\n6\n12\n1\n1\n8\n1\n1\n3\n1\n3\n2\n11\n3\n1\n7\n2\n2\n1\n1\n2\n2\n5\n10\n1\n1 17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nR 125\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each Centre\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nExamination Centre.\nX\nri\n01\na\nCJ\nrn\n\u00E2\u0080\u00A2a\na\nfc.\nin\n01\n\u00E2\u0080\u00A2a\na\nrt\no\nOJ\n\u00E2\u0080\u00A2a\na\nt<\nC5\n3\n\"oj\nrt\n01\nB\nS\na\nU\nrt\na\nCJ\nte.\n\u00E2\u0080\u00A2a\nrt\ns\n2\no\na)\nsi\n0\no\nW\n*4\nrt\na-1 .\nJ*, o\n.ii a\nEH 03\n'3\nrt\nd\n0)\nte,\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A0fl\nrt\noi\n03\na\n03\nfc.\na\nH\na\n0\nri\ng.2\ns_,\nc s\nd 0\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A0rt'-E\nJ tg\n\u00C2\u00AEs\nci u\na.2\nKb\n3\nrt,\nO\nEn\nVancouver:\n4\n2\n2\n4\n1\n1\n2\n2\n4\n1\n1\n10\n1\n3\n1\n10\n1\n2\n1\n4\n2\n3\n14\n2\n2\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A054\n81\n47\n6\n23\n15\n13\n1\n1\n5\n6\n9\n2\n3\n1\n1\n3\n5\n7\n1\n2\n10\n2\n2\n1\n1\n66\n93\n49\n35\n23\n38\n5\n14\n6\n1\n1\n4\n25\n2\n1\n72\n3\n8\n2\n67\n1\n1\n3\n2\n1\n6\n4\n8\n2\n5\n1\n....\n1\n10\nCorrespondence School Private\n1\n24\n14\n2\n6\n4\n2\n9\nVancouver, North :\n30\n4\n2\n1\n95\nVancouver, West: High \t\nVanderhoof:\n4\n2\n1\n2\n2\nVernon:\nHigh \t\n15\n10\n1\ni\nVictoria :\nHigh \t\n91\nCollegiate Private \t\n1\n4\n3\n5\n1\n30\n1\n2\n8\n3\n2\n1\nTotals, June, 1926\t\n149\n140\n98\n71\n837\n924\n62\n48\n66\n33\n5\n10\n6\n10\n158\n278\n50\n71\n1,431\nTotals, June, 1925 \t\n1,585 R 126\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nHIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAMINATION, JUNE, 1926.\nThe following are the results of the examination for entrance to high school held in the\npublic schools of the Province at the end of June.\nThe names of the winners of His Excellency the Governor-General's bronze medals are:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nDial\nrict\nNo.\n1.\nNo.\n2.\nNo.\n3.\nNo.\n4.\nNo.\n5.\nNo.\n6.\nNo.\n7.\nNo.\n8.\nNo.\n9.\nNo.\n10.\nName.\nSchool.\nMarks.\nKenneth Ross MacKenzie ..\nGordon Nelson Carter \t\nHelen C. Lockhart \t\nMary Lamberton \t\nCharles Gwynne Fothergill\nMarjorie MacLennan \t\nVerna Vina Demerling \t\nJoy Susan Henshaw Kemp\nMargaret Elizabeth Fraser\nHelen Mary Walker \t\nNorth Ward School, Victoria \t\nNanaimo School \t\nGeneral Gordon School, Vancouver\t\nWalter Moberley School, South Vancouver.\nGilmore Avenue School, Burnaby \t\nRaft River School \t\nEnderby School \t\nCentral School, Trail \t\nErickson School\t\nBooth Memorial School, Prince Rupert\t\n416\n435\n412\n434\n422\n404\n419\n387\n439\n405\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination.\nTotal.\n16\n9\n20\n23\n38\n9\n61\n43\n15\n54\n26\n2\n12\n3\n1\n8\n1\n1\n10\n2\n4\n1\n3\n1\n1\n2\n1\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A05\n2\n3\n12\n21\n6\n2\n3\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n2\n3\n2\n2\n5\n1\n3\n1\n1\n2\n12\n16\nAlberni\t\n9\n20\n3\n1\nArmytrong-Spallumcheen\t\n31\n1\n1\n10\n9\nBella Coola\t\n4\n1\n3\n1\n1\n2\nBridgeport, Richmond\t\n39\n9\n2\n3\n73\n66\n15\n66\nNelson Avenue\t\n28\nSchou Street\t\n3\n1\n1\nPalling\t\n1\nArrow Park, East\t\n1\nArrow Park, West\t\n1\n2\n3\n2\nCassidy\t\nCassidy\t\n9\n1\n3\n1 17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nR 127\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination.\nTotal.\n33\n7\n13\n18\n50\n10\n17\n6\n1\n12\n6\n7\n3\n3\n4\n7\n1\n2\n6\n4\n1\n2\n1\n2\n1\n1\n2\n1\n2\n3\n5\n2\n1\n2\n1\n1\n2\n2\n1\n1\n1\n4\n2\n5\n1\n8\n4\n2\n2\n1\n1\n6\n3\n6\n3\n2\n4\n3\n4\n2\n1\n1\n4\n2\n1\n6\nTurtle Valley\t\n1\n33\n12\nCamp Slough\t\nCheam\t\n5\n7\n3\nFairfield Island\t\n3\n4\n7\n7\n13\n1\nPopcum\t\n2\n6\n4\nLittle Fort \t\n1\nRaft River\t\n2\n1\nClinton\t\n2\n1\n1\n2\n1\n2\n3\nLangford\t\n5\n2\nWilliam Head (Federal)\t\n1\nCourtenay\t\n20\n1\n1\nLazo\t\n2\n2\nNob Hill \t\n1\nOyster River\t\nRoyston\t\nChemainus\t\n1\n1\n4\n2\n1\n58\nBull River Bridge\t\n4\nFort Steele\t\n2\n2\nLumberton\t\nMoyase\t\nWycliffe\t\n1\n1\n6\n3\n6\n13\n7\n2\n4\n3\n21\n2\n1\nDeroche\t\n1\n4\n2\n1 R 128\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination.\nTotal.\n22\n59\n13\n13\n27\n22\n40\n6\n1\n5\n3\n1\n1\n3\n1\n1\n3\n1\n9\n1\n2\n1\n1\n1\n4\n40\n1\n2\n3\n3\nio\n1\n2\n1\n1\n1\n1\n6\n4\n1\n1\n1\n2\n1\n4\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n5\ni5\n1\n2\n\u00E2\u0080\u00A21\n6\n1\n2\n1\n8\n1\n3\n13\n1\n1\n1\n6\n3\n1\n28\n1\nCobble Hill\t\nCowichan Lake\t\n3\nGlenora\t\n1\nQ\n1\nNeedles.\t\n3\nRoberts Creek, East\t\n1\n9\n1\n9\n1\n1\nHlllcrest. .. . \t\n1\n4\nLampson Street\t\n40\n60\n2\n3\n3\n1\n2\nGolden\t\nField \t\n1\n13\nHorse Creek\t\n1\n1\n1\n31\nFife\t\n1\nChristian Valley \t\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A0 1\n1\n1\n1\n5\n5\n1\nHope\t\nSt Elmo\t\nYale\t\n2\nHowe Sound\t\nHowe Sound\t\n6\nInvermere\t\n1\n2\n1\nloco\t\n8\n1\nKamloops\t\n25\n53\nStuart Wood\t\nAdelphi\t\nChinook Cove\t\nCriss. Creek\t\n1\n1\nFruitlands\t\n6\nGrande Prairie\t\n3\nHeffley Creek, Upper\t\n1\n' lEO.\n'art ill.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nR 129\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination.\nTotal.\n13\n2\n20\n23\n14\n22\n3\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n6\n3\n2\n1\n2\n1\n1\n34\n3\n1\n2\n8\n1\n1\n1\n2\n6\n5\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A05\n8\n4\n2\n2\n1\n2\n1\n4\n1\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A05\n10\n2\n12\n11\n1\n1\n2\n3\n5\n2\n1\n1\n1\n1\n'5\n8\n4\n3\n3\n8\n3\n32\n1\n1\n1\n3\n7\n3\nMartin Prairie \t\n1\n1\nSquam Bay\t\n1\n1\nTrapp Lake\t\n1\n6\nZetland Private\t\nKaslo\t\n3\n15\nAinsworth\t\n1\nArgenta\t\n2\n1\nShutty Bench :.\n1\nKelowna\t\nOkanagan\t\n36\n3\n1\nCawston\t\n2\n8\n21\nSullivan Hill _\t\nLadner\t\n1\n24\nMosher Siding _\n9\nTrenant\t\nLadysmith\t\n6\n19\n8\nOyster, North\t\n4\nOur Lady of Perpetual Help Private\nLang Bay\t\n2\n2\nMyrtle Point\t\nAldergrove\t\n1\n2\n1\nCounty Line\t\n4\n1\nLanglev Fort\t\n10\nLangley, West\t\n9\nMilner\t\n12\n11\nOtter\t\nSouth Otter\t\nSpringbrook\t\n1\n1\n9\n3\nLumby ....\n2\n1\nKaleva\t\nMalcolm Island\t\nPort Hardy\t\n1\n1\n1\nMaple Ridge\t\nHaney\t\n22'\nMaple Ridge\t\n8\n4\nMasset \t\nMatsqui\t\nMasset\t\nClayburn\t\nMatsqui\t\nRidgedale\t\n3\n3\n8\n3\n32\nBrookmere\t\n1\n1\nElk Bridge\t\n1\n3\nNew Michel\t\n7 'ublic Schools Keport.\n1926\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination.\nTotal.\nMission\t\nSilver Hill.\t\nMount Lehman\t\n28\n96\n6\n28\n8\n63\n17\n67\n75\n47\n30\n10\n33\n23\n12\n2\n2\n3\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n3\n2\n6\n2\n3\n9\n2\n1\n3\n2\n2\n3\n1\n1\n4\n10\n1\n2\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n2\n11\n1\n2\n1\n2\n1\n3\n2\n3\n2\n1\n11\n3\n1\no\"\n2\n1\n1\n1\n1\n4\n13\no\n4\n6\n30\nMount Lehman, Matsqui\t\n2\n3\n1\nBend\t\n1\nDome Creek \u00E2\u0080\u009E\nMeBride\t\nCorrespondence School, Educ. Dept\nBox Lake\t\nGlenbank\t\n1\n1\n1\n1\n3\n2\n102\n6\nNorth Cedar\t\n2\nSouth Cedar\t\n3\n9\nSouth Gabriola\t\n2\nGrant Mine\t\n1\nHarewood\t\n28\n3\n2\nNorthfleld \t\n2\n3\n9\n1\n4\n73\n18\nBelford\t\n2\nJohnson's Landing\t\n1\n1\nSalmo\t\n1\n1\nTaghum\t\n1\nWillow Point\t\n1\n2\n11\nThree Forks\t\n1\n69\n76\n49\n31\nTrapp Technical.\n10\n\u00E2\u0080\u00A2\nHamilton Road, Burnaby\t\n3\nBlue Mountain, Coquitlam\n2\nCentral, Coquitlam\t\n3\nSunbury, Delta\t\nLadv of Lourdes Private\t\n2\n1\nSt. Ann's Private\t\n11\n3\nPrivate Study\t\n1\nNorth Bend\t\nNotch Hill\t\nBlind Bay\t\n2\nLee Creek\t\n1\nMagna Bay\t\n1\nNotch Hill\t\nI\nWhite Lake\t\nOak Bay\t\n37\n12\n5\n4\nOyama\t\nOyama\t\nWinfleld\t\n5\n1 17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination.\nTotal.\n61\n43\n27\n44\n20\n78\nSO\n59\n3\n10\n20\n30\n29\n18\n47\n1\n'5\n2\n1\n5\n2\n9\n1\n1\n.1\n1\n3\n1\n1\n8\n4\n8\n5\n6\n10\n1\n1\n2\n2\n5\n1\n9\n1\n7\n4\n2\n2\n1\n1\n6\n3\n1\n1\n4\n1\n1\n5\n1\n1\n1\n2\n2\n7\n2\n1\n7\n2\n4\n1\n1\n1\n1\n2\n1\n1\n3\n2\n1\nErrington\t\n5\n,\nFrench Creek\t\n2\n1\nRed Gap\t\n2\nPeachland\t\n9\n1\n1\n1\n1\n64\n1\n1\n51\nEdith Cavell\t\n31\nKerrisdale\t\n52\n25\n84\n60\n60\n3\n1\n10\n2\n2\n5\n1\n9\n1\n27\n34\n2\n2\nSouth Fort George\t\n1\n1\n35\n21\n1\n1\n4\n1\n1\n1\n1\n1\n2\n2\n7\n9\nBouchie Lake \t\n1\n7\n2\nRevelstoke\t\n51\n1\n1\n1\nMount McPherson\t\n1\n2\nRock Creek\t\n1\n1\n3\n2 R 132\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination.\nTotal.\nRolla \t\n28\n18\n8\n26\n2\n7\n1\n'5\n5\n13\n'7\n5\n4\n2\n7\n2\n2\n1\n5\n4\n16\n12\n9\n6\n4\n2\n3\n1\n1\n2\n2\n2\n2\n4\n1\n1\n5\n5\n1\n3\n3\n6\n2\n4\n2\n4\n2\n1\n5\n1\n3\n1\n1\n1\n11\n3\n4\n6\n4\n3\n4\n3\n2\n3\n2\n6\n9\nRolla _... \t\n7\n29\n5\nRutland -\t\nCedar Hill \t\n5\n13\n7\n4\nLake Hill -\t\n9\n7\nProspect Lake\t\n2\n2\n1\n5\n4\n16\n12\nModel \t\n9\n6\n3\n99\n9\n3\n1\n1\nLarch Hill \t\n9\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A0\nMount Ida -\t\n9\n9\n9\n1\n5\nSkidegate -\t\n1\nSlocan City\t\n3\n14\nOtter Point\t\n9\nSumas, Upper\t\n\u00C2\u00B0\nSummerland\t\nLindell.... . \t\n29\n1\n11\n3\nSurrey _\t\nColebrook-- -\t\nHall's Prairie\t\n6\nEast Kensington\t\nKensington Prairie \t\n3\n2\n3\n9\nPort Kells\t\nStrawberry Hill\t\nTynehead\t\nSouth Westminster\t\nR 17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nR 133\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination. \u00E2\u0080\u00A2\nTotal.\nWhite Rock\t\n7\n49\n41\n57\n45\n20\n34\n55\n32\n30\n24\n4'3\n66\n39\n2\n69\n55\n45\n25\n63\n58\n18\n60\n66\n74\n81\n44\n44\n64\n72\n1\n13\n43\n47\n3\n24\n15\n27\n101\n39\n39\n47\n7\n2\n1\n2\n1\n1\n16\n1\n1\n3\n1\n2\n3\n1\n2\n3\n2\n2\n4\n4\n3\n2\nm x\n2\n2\n4\n9\n2\n1\n4\n7\n8\n1\n2\n2\n1\n11\n1 .\n1\n5\n22\n1\n2\n12\n22\n21\n3\n2\n1\n3\n1\n1\n7\n7\n11\n7\nSwift Creek \t\nSwift Creek\t\n1\nThurlow -\t\n1\n65\nTrail\nTrail-Tadanac\t\n1\n1\n3\n1\nUcluelet\t\nTofino\t\nUnion Bay _\t\nVananda\t\n42\n59\n48\nBavview ._ __..\nBeaconsfield -\t\nCentral\t\n36\n59\n36\n33\n24\n47\n67\n41\nSimon Fraser\t\nGeneral Gordon\t\nGrenfell ..\t\nHastings\t\n69\n57\n49\n34\n65\n59\nHenry Hudson\t\nModel\t\nLord Nelson \t\nFlorence Nightingale \t\n74\n75\n83\n65\nLord Tennyson\t\n83\n1\nCrofton House Private -\t\n1\nHoly Rosary Private\t\nMatriculation Correspondence Private.\n22\n1\n2\n12\n99\n34\n46\n49\n3\n2o\nNorth Star\t\n15\n3\n1\n27\n102\n46\n46\n58 R 134\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nNumber of Successful Candidates at each School\u00E2\u0080\u0094Continued.\nCentre.\nSchool.\nPromoted\non Recommendation.\nPromoted on\nExamination.\nTotal.\nVancouver, South..\nVancouver, Wes't\nVanderhoof\t\nVernon\t\nVictoria-.\nWaldo\t\nWebster's Corner\t\nWilliam's Lake.\t\nWistaria\t\nWoodflbre\t\nYahk\t\nTotals, June, 1926\nTotals, June, 1925\nSir A. MacKenzie\t\nNorquay\t\nSecord\t\nLord Selkirk\t\nSexsmith\t\nTecumseh\t\nVan Home ._\t\nGeneral Wolfe _\t\nSt. Joseph's Private\t\nPauline Johnson\t\nFinmoore -\t\nFort Fraser\t\nVanderhoof\t\nVernon -\t\nColdstream.\t\nLavington\t\nTrinity Valley\t\nSt. Michael's Private\t\nBoys' Central\t\nSir James Douglas\t\nGirls' Central\t\nGeorge Jay\t\nMargaret Jenkins\t\nNorth Ward\t\nOaklands\t\nQuadra\t\nSouth Park\t\nWest\t\nSt. Louis College, Private\nSt. Margaret's Private\t\nPrivate Study\t\nBaynes Lake\t\nWaldo -\t\nPrivate Study\t\nWebster's Corner\t\nBig Lake\t\nLac la Hache\t\nWilliams Lake\t\nStreatham\t\nWoodflbre\t\nYahk\t\n51\n37\n25\n84\n16\n59\n34\n52\n35\n40\n27\n32\n34\n58\n23\n36\n44\n18\n37\n27\n4\n6\n1\n2\n2\n1\n9\n4\n19\n8\n12\n2\n2\n4\n10\n2\n2\n6\n2\n5\n1\n7\n1\n1\n1\n1\n4\n4\noo\n41\n25\n86\n23\n6S\n34\n55\n3\n35\n1\n2\n4\n46\n1\n1\n36\n36\n53\n66\n35\n38\n46\n22\n47\n27\n4,468\n2,130\n1,743\n3,568\n6,211\n5,698 17 Geo. 5 Part III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices. R 135\nAPPENDIX B.\nHIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE EXAMINATION, JUNE, 1926.\nArithmetic. (Time, 3 hours.)\nPart 1.\n[Note.\u00E2\u0080\u0094The questions in Part 1 can be solved mentally, out candidates who find any of th&\nproblems too difficult to perform mentally may ivork them out with pen and ink. The answer\nto each question must be placed on the blank to the right of the question.']\nAnswer. Value.\n1. How many yards are in 1,269 feet? \t\n2. How many feet in 1,269 yards? \t\n3. If a man walks south from his home 13 miles and then walks\nnorth 7% miles, how far is he from his home? \t\n4. 13% X 7= \t\n8?\n5. What simple fraction is equal to \u00E2\u0080\u0094* ? __\t\n7\n6. What simple fraction is equal to -\u00E2\u0080\u0094 ? \t\n10|\n7. .7%-s-S = \t\n8. Arrange in order of magnitude: 3.7, .275, and 2.1\t\n9. .2x.lX3i= \t\n10. 4-H.05\u00E2\u0080\u0094 \t\n11. 7.63 X 1000 = \t\n12. 7.63 h- 1000= \t\n13. The least common, multiple of 8, 15, and 40 is \t\n14. The highest common factor of 18, 45, and 63 is \t\n15. Find the cost of 8 pencils at 75 cents a dozen. \t\n16. What decimal fraction is equivalent to 9%%? \t\n17. What common fraction is equivalent to 33'y3%? \t\n18. 7% of $85= \t\n19. Find the cubic contents of a brick 9 inches long, 5 inches wide,\nand 4 inches thick. \t\n20. A room is 20 feet long, 15 feet wide, and 10 feet high. Find\n(ft.) The perimeter of the room, \t\n(6.) The area of the walls, \t\n(c.) The area of the ceiling, \t\n(d.) How many strips of paper 18 inches wide, laid vertically, will be required to paper an end wall of\nthe room. 1\n21. How many square yards are in a path 4 yards wide and 2 rods\nlong? 2\n22. How many acres are in a rectangular field 20 chains long and\n7 chains wide? . 2\n23. What is a piece of scantling 20 feet long, 9 inches wide, and\n2 inches thick worth at 4 cents a board-foot? 2 R 136\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nAnswer. Value.\n24. My account for gas and coal for December was $13. If I was\nallowed 5% discount, find the amount I had to pay to\nsettle the account. 2\n25. If coal is bought at $8 a ton and sold at a gain of 40%, find\nthe selling price per ton. 2\n26. A furniture dealer made a profit of $8 on a chair which he\nsold at a gain of 40%. At what price did he buy the chair? 2\n27. I bought a piano on February 5, 1925, and gave in part pay\nment a promissory note due in 9 months. On what date\nwas the note legally due? 2\n28. What premium must a person pay to insure his life for $4,500\nat $30 a thousand? 2\n29. What premium must a person pay to insure his house for\n$4,500 at 70c. a hundred? 2\n30. If a boy can run 8 feet in % of a second, how long at that rate\nwill it take him to run 100 yards? 3\n31. My property in 1925 was assessed at $3,000. If the tax rate\nwas 23 mills on the dollar, what was the amount of taxes\non the property? 3\n32. A, B, and O bought a house which they rented for $360 a year.\nIf A paid $1,200, B $1,000, and C $800 towards the cost of\nthe house, what sum is B entitled to as his share of the\nrent for a year? 3\nPart 2 (Written Work).\nValue.\n8 1. Find the cost of a pile of wood 42 feet 8 inches long, 12 feet wide, and 7 feet 9 inches\nhigh at $7.50 a cord.\n8 2. A piece of cloth 7 decametres long was sold in Paris at 39 francs a metre. Find the\nvalue of the piece of cloth in Canadian currency when 1 franc is worth 3.54 cents.\n12- 3. The owner of a square field containing 40 acres put a 3-strand wire fence around it.\nWhat did the wire cost at 4%c. a foot?\n12 4. A cylinder has a diameter of 28 inches and a height of 39 inches. Find the number\nof gallons of water it will hold, if a gallon of water occupies approximately 277.274\ncubic inches of space (give answer to 2 places of decimals).\n10 5. On June 30, 1923, H. Miller deposited in a Savings Bank $2,S0O on which interest\nat 4% per annum was to be added to the principal every 6 months. How much\nmoney was to Mr. Miller's credit at the bank at the end of two years?\nDrawing. (Time, 2% hours.)\n18 (\u00C2\u00AB\u00E2\u0080\u00A2) Select three examples of the following from your drawings:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(1.) An example of nature drawing.\n(2.) An example of colour-work (design).\n(3.) An example of shading in pencil.\n25 (\"\u00E2\u0096\u00A0) Freehand object-drawing. Draw one of the following:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(1.) Any object that will bring in the ellipse and a handle.\n(2.) A match box partly open.\n(3.) A group of two models, composed of a square prism and a cylinder, with\nshading. 17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nR 137\nValue.\n30\n27\n(c.) Draw any simple scroll, and put the word \"Excelsior\" on it.\nOr\nCopy the following in a rectangle 5\" by 7\":\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nThe cuckoo comes in April,\nStops all the month of May,\nSings a song in midsummer,\nAnd then he goes away.\n(d.) Make a sketch of any design you have studied during the year, and if time permits,\ncomplete a portion of the design.\nGeography. (Time, 2% hours.)\n57 !\u00E2\u0080\u00A2 In each blank, fill in the word or words needed to make the statement complete.\n(a.) In the region between the trade-winds the prevalent direction of the air\nis This region encircling the earth is called\nthe\t\nIn a region where the prevailing winds are from the water to the land, summers\nwill be and winters\t\n(6.) The greater part of the world's supply of coffee is grown in\t\nThe country which produces the greatest quantity of wool is\t\nThe country which, produces the greatest quantity of silk is\t\nThe country which produces the greatest quantity of cotton is\t\nThe country which produces the greatest quantity of petroleum is\t\n(o.) The V-shaped Highland stretching in a great horse-shoe around Hudson Bay and\ncomprising more than half of the surface of Canada is called\t\n This portion of Canada has supplied the world\nwith the greatest mines in existence of\t\nand\t\n(d.) The greatest commercial city of the United States is ,\nsituated at the mouth of the River.\nThe most important city in the southern part of the United States is\t\n , situated on the\t\nThe largest island of the West Indies is : It is\nunder the protection of The capital\nis Its two leading exports are\t\nand\t\n(e.) The Atlantic terminus of the Trans-Andean Railway in South America is\t\n The Pacific terminus is\t\nThe most progressive country in South America is\t\nIts two leading industries are and\t\nThe largest country in South America is\t\nIts capital is\t\n(f.) The two., chief minerals of Great Britain are and\t\nGreat Britain is the greatest manufacturing country in the world. Manchester\nis the centre of the industry. Leeds is the centre\nof the industry. Birmingham is the centre of\nthe industry.\nThe greatest ship-building centre in the world is at\t\non the river\t\n(g.) The capital of British India is\t\nThe largest city in India is , situated at the\nmouth of the ,\t Public Schools Report.\n1926\nValue.\nThe greatest sea-port on the West Coast of India is\t\nTwo important exports of India are and\t\n(h.) The wealth of South Africa depends above all on its\t\nindustry. From South Africa comes almost half of the world's output of\n and practically the whole of the supply of\t\nThe largest city in South Africa is , which is in\nthe centre of the district, in the\t\n(i.) , situated in the ,\nhas been selected as the federal capital of Australia.\nA dairy product shipped in large quantities from Australia to the British market\nis\t\nThe largest city in Australia is , in the state\nof ,\t\nNew Zealand has a cooler climate than Australia on account of\t\nand..\nThe capital of New Zealand is and the largest\ncity is , situated on Island.\n11 2. Describe briefly either Siberia or China under the following headings :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(a.) Surface and drainage.\n(6.) Climate.\n(c.) Principal products and exports.\n(d.) Cities.\n32 3. On the accompanying map of Canada show and name the following:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(a.) The 49th and the GOth parallels of latitude and the 120th meridian.\n(6.) The following river systems: (1) St. Lawrence; (2) Nelson-Saskatchewan;\n(3) Fraser; (4) Mackenzie.\n(c.) The provinces with their capital cities.\n((?.) The cities of Vancouver, Ottawa, Montreal, Nanaimo, Kelowna, and New\nWestminster.\n(e.) The branches of the Canadian National Railway in British Columbia.\n(/\u00E2\u0080\u00A2) By printing neatly the name of each product in the proper place on the map,\nindicate the localities where the following articles are the chief products\n(two localities for each product) : (1) Wheat; (2) Fruit; (3) Fish;\n(4) Lumber; (5) Coal. 17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices. R 140\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nValue.\n21\n8\n21\nGrammar and Composition. (Time, 2% hours.)\n1. He that imagines he bath knowledge enough hath none.\nWhen the spur touched him the horse sprang forward throwing the rider heavily to\nthe ground.\nHe who from zone to zone\nGuides through the boundless sky thy certain flight,\nIn the long way that I must tread alone,\nWill lead my steps aright.\nI little thought what wealth the show to me had brought.\nBefore the sun rose Sir Victor had gathered his men around him and was ready for\nthe battle.\nGive the subordinate clauses in the above sentences and state the kind and the\nrelation of each clause.\n2. London is the great mart of the world, to which the best and richest products are\nbrought from every land and clime, so that, if you have put money in your purse,\nyou may command every object of utility or fancy which groivs or is made anywhere without going beyond the city.\nState the \" part of speech \" and the \" relation \" of each word given in italics in the\nabove sentence.\n3. (a.) Give the voice, tense, and class (transitive or intransitive) of the verb phrases\nin the following sentences:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(a.) We shall now continue the story.\n(6.) New methods have been adopted in recent years.\n(c.) He has been working in the garden.\n(d.) The greater part of the West coast is covered with forests.\n(e.) He is leaving for his home in Alberta.\n(/.) They had passed the village.\n(6.) The plural\nof radius is\t\nof memorandum is\t\nof valley is ,\nof country is ,\nof sheaf is ,\nof oasis is ,\n(c.) The masculine\nof widow is ,\nof goose is\t\nof lass is , ,\nof witch is ,\nof niece is _..,\n(d.) The comparative degree\nof worst is ,\nof hungry is\t\nof far is ,\nof most severely is ,\nof least likely is ,\n4. Make the necessary correction in each of the following sentences:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nIt don't seem possible.\nIt was me who came to see you.\nI met a man who I had not seen for years.\nI learned him to play golf.\nHe asked we boys to help him.\nFather sent Walter and I to the store.\n12 S-\n\u00E2\u0096\u00A0 '\n17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices.\nR 141\nValue.\nHe takes everything too serious.\nHave you ever saw his picture?\nShe likes to set by the window and read.\nIf one tries they can succeed.\nThe box of pens have disappeared.\nThe water in the lake is raising fast.\n8 5. \" Dear Sir,\u00E2\u0080\u0094I regret to inform you, Mr. Brown, that your son, Fred, was seriously\ninjured while playing football on the campus this afternoon. Dr. Wilson says you\nhad better come at once as an operation is necessary.\"\nHarry Johnston.\n(a.) Reduce the body of the above letter to a telegram of not more than ten wrords.\n(6.) Combine the following short statements into one well-formed sentence:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nHe was a work-horse. His colour was black. One day he was going up a\nhill. He was pulling a load. The load was heavy. He slipped and fell.\nOne of his legs was broken.\n12 6. (a.) In the following sentences, fill in all proper punctuation, capitals, and abbreviations, making corrections as in the example:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nO B S\nExample: old bill snipe carries a rabbits foot.\nsmiths office is at 372 Columbia street Vancouver.\nj d burns and w r jones senior are keen aggressive resourceful business men\nat dinner were mistress Johnson and reverend doctor Williams\nhere said he is this the book you wished\n(6.) The following advertisement appeared in a Vancouver newspaper:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nWANTED\u00E2\u0080\u0094Ambitious young man or woman for position as book-keeper in\nrapidly growing business. No experience necessary but first-class credentials\nas to integrity and ability are required. Progress Mfg. Co., 395 Princess St.,\nVictoria.\nWrite an application for the position.\n18 7. Write a story of about 20 lines on any one of the following topics :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nThe Happiest Day I Can Remember.\nSaved by a Dog.\nA Camping Trip.\nPenmanship and Dictation and Spelling. (Time, l1/.. hours.)\n(25 marks for Penmanship and 75 marks for Dictation and Spelling.)\n[Note.\u00E2\u0080\u0094The Supervisor shall read Sections A and B to the, candidates three times\u00E2\u0080\u0094the first time\nto enable them to gather the meaning; the second time, slowly and clearly in subsections as\nmarked by the bars, allowing all the candidates sufficient time to write the words; and the\nthird time for review. He should repeat words or phrases, when necessary, in order that\nevery candidate may hear distinctly. Punctuation marks should not be dictated. Candidates\nare not permitted to rewrite the passages.]\n16\n25\nA.\nStrawberry Picking.\nWhen the fruit is ripe I large numbers of women I and boys and girls I journey to the\nfruit farms I to do the picking. I \" How jolly,\" you exclaim, I \" to do nothing I\nbut pick beautiful, | ripe strawberries I all day long! \" | But I it is not | quite so\njolly a task | as it appears,] in spite of the fact I that the farmer j allows pickers j\nto eat as miich fruit I as they like.l\nB. It frequently occurs I that it is necessary I for the superintendent | and the board of\neducation I to give the public I detailed and specific information I concerning\nneeded enlargements, | greater financial support for the schools, I etc. For Value.\n14\n20\nexample, I our larger cities I are all feeling the need I for increased revenues I\nfor permanent improvements I to the school plant. I School populations are\nincreasing, I and the consequent demands | on our public school facilities I are\nlikewise increasing. I This necessitates an educational campaign, land this in\nturn I demands a special kind I of school report. I\nC. (a.) An Atlantic current I bathes the coasts I of Great Britain and Ireland I in warm\nwater. I\n(6.) A curious but solemn ceremony I will precede the luncheon I on the eighth floor. I\n(c.) An amendment to the Act I will permit I the further development I of the\nproperty. I\n(d.) By virtue of his office, I Caesar organized I several corps of cavalry I for his\ncampaign. I\n(e.) He endeavoured to persuade his associates I to release the traitor. I\n(f.) By this scheme I we shall be relieved I of immediate responsibility.!\n(g.) Exercises develop I the muscles of the body.l\nD. shrub\nmourn (lament)\navoid\nmarriage\nrelieve\ndeceive\nachieve\nsceptre\nhaughty\nparallel\nmetre\nthermometer\nparadise\nfiery\ndungeon\nchauffeur (sho' fur)\nmonstrous\nprairie\ngymnasium\nsieve\nprejudice\nreconcile\ncourteous\nleisure\nmuseum\nsuffice\nconceive\nlease\nincense\ncashier\nnoticeable\nauxiliary\nsuffrage\ngorgeous\nexcess\nsymbol\nseparator\nalcohol\nburial\nathletic 17 Geo. 5\nPart III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendi\nR 143\nAPPENDIX C.\nHIGH SCHOOL EXAMINATION, JUNE, 1926.\nValue.\n16\n21\n15\n9\n18\n10\n11\nGrade IX.\nAlgebra. (Time, 2 hours.)\n1. (a.) Multiply 3a;42/ - 5x3y2 + x2y3 \u00E2\u0080\u0094 yb by x3 \u00E2\u0080\u0094 3a.y2 - y3.\n(6.) Divide 3x6 + 9a;5y - 5a.y - 29x3y3 + 3a.y + 25a;?/5 - 3y6 by x3 4- 3xhj - by3.\n2. Simplify each of the following expressions :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(a.) \ 4a - [2a - (3\u00C2\u00AB - 26) + 4a] - (46 - 6) }\u00E2\u0080\u00A2\n(c.)\n4.e4y-8-<.62/2 + 12a.y\nix^y\n(d.) (a2)(a3) + (a2f + (a3f.\n(\u00C2\u00AB\u00E2\u0096\u00A0) JlQp^- VWj^;\n, \u00E2\u0080\u009Ei 2x-y 5z2x . 21x2y3z2\n( ' l^*7lcy2~ i0xy2z '\n3. Resolve into factors :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(a.) x2+10cd+5cx + 2dx.\n(6.) 6+16X-6.*.2.\n(c.) a464+13a262-300.\n4. For what value of n are the two quantities {'\u00E2\u0080\u00A2\u00C2\u00A7\u00E2\u0096\u00A0 (5w - 7).- \u00C2\u00A7 (4n - 3) j- and ^ (27\u00C2\u00BBi - 50)\nequal *_\n5. Solve the equations :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n6a. + l\n(\u00C2\u00AB\u00E2\u0080\u00A2)\n*!----2 = 5 (2a' +5) -5.\n2 6 ;\n(6.) 3a;+ 5^2/= 36\n5x + 3|i/=26.\n6. Write down the highest common factor and the lowest common multiple of :-\n(a.) 3a664c and 6a365cf2.\n(6.) 6a365adjeg\n\u00C2\u00A9efdjbpf, bag ifjr nidjt angucft, aber id) glaube bod), baf_ id) eud)\nIjetfen fann.\"\n(b.) 9?adj etlidjen -EBodjen fonnte er uur feufjen unb ftoljnen, unb balb raufte\ner fid) ftunbentang bie Jpaare nnb fdjittte.te fid) uor \u00C2\u00A9djauber unb\nSBiberwitten; \u00C2\u00A3att)rindjen aber ptauberte frblj.td) fort. $ad) ettid)en\nSKonaten fing er an abjumagern, fein (Sffen fdjmedte iljm meljr, unb 17 Geo. 5 Part III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices. R 169\nValue.\nfogar hint SPfetfe unb fein Sautabaf, unb er niarb erfidEjtlid^ fdjroadjer\nunb fdjroddjer. 3113 nod) ein WVlonat Ijerum roar, lag er at\u00C2\u00A7 ein\nblether \u00C2\u00A9fatten auf fetnem -Bette unb berettete fid) Ijeimlid) in feinem\n.fperjen jum -Eobe nor.\n(c) 3)a.tat ber Snabe felbft ben lOJunb auf unb fing an, treu unb einfdlttg bie\n\u00C2\u00A9efdjidjte uom (Sngel gu er^dljlen, roie er ben <\u00C2\u00A3>anfel entfii\u00C2\u00A3)rte, anal)\nrote er iljm unldngft raieber erfdjienen fei unb iljm bie unfidjtbare\n3Siefe gejeigt t)abe, roeldje ben .jpaitS fo ftattttd) gemadjt. \u00C2\u00A3)aruber\nroaren freittd) bie 3lnroefenben \u00C2\u00A3)odi erftaunt, allein bie Jl'bnigin fagte:\n,,\u00C2\u00A9eroi\u00C2\u00A7, bag ift ein frotnnter \u00C2\u00A9oljn, unb bie Sffialjrljeit fteljt iljm an\nber \u00C2\u00A9tint gefdjrieben.\"\n(\u00C2\u00AB..) S)en \u00C2\u00A9differ tm fleinen \u00C2\u00A9djiffe\n(Srgreift eg mit roilbem 2Be\u00C2\u00A3);\n(\u00C2\u00A7r fdjaut nidjt bie fjelfenriffe,\nC5r fdjaut nur t)inauf in bie $bl)\\n3d) gtaube, bie -Bellen oerfdjiingen\n31m (5nbe Sniffer unb jtatjn;\nUnb bag fiat mit iljrem \u00C2\u00A9ingen\nSDie Sorelet getan.\n(e.) ,,-H.tllft, feiner J?nabe, bu mit mir getjn ?\n9J.eine 3^ocE)ter fotlen bid) marten fdjon ;\nSJ.eine Xbdjter fiiljren ben nad)tlic\u00C2\u00A3)en Dteiljn\nUnb roiegen unb tanjen unb fingen bid) ein.\"\nSJJein -Bater, mein -Bater, unb fteljft bu nidjt bort\n\u00C2\u00A9rlfontgg -toditer am biiftern Ort ?\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nStein \u00C2\u00A9oljn, mein \u00C2\u00A9oljn, idj felj1 eg genau;\n(\u00C2\u00A7g fleinen bie alten SBeiben fo grau.\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(/) 3)er -Bater tjie\u00C2\u00A7 mid) merfen auf jebeg -Bogelg Slug,\n2Iuf aller 3Binbe SBeljcrt, auf alter -E_.ol.en ^ug ;\nUnb bogen bann bie \u00C2\u00A9tiirme ben 9Jtaft big in bie f^fut,\nUnb fpritjten bann bie -ffiogen tjodj liber meinen Jput,\n-Da falj ber -Bater priifenb mir in bag 2lngefidjt\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n3d) fafj in meinem Jtorbe unb riittelte midj nidjt\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nSCa fpradj er, unb bie -ffiange roarb iljm rote 23tut fo rot:\n\u00C2\u00A9lite! ju auf betnem SKafte, bu fleiner JJnbriot!\n10 2. Translate at sight:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(Sineg 3age\u00C2\u00A7 roarf ein fleiner 3unge einen \u00C2\u00A9tetn unb brad) ein grof^eg \u00C2\u00A9djaufenfter.\nD^atiirltdj lief er fort fo fdjneH roie er nur fonnte. SDer gornige i?aufmann\nrannte aber fogleidj Ijinter iljm tier unb Ijatte il)n balb erfafjt. ,,jDu fjaft\nmein genfter gerbrodjen!\" rief ber fiaufmann drgerltdj, ,,9?un foil ft bu\nbafitr bejaljlen!\" ,,3>a\u00C2\u00A7 rootlte id) eben,\" fagte ber fdjlaue 3un9e. ,,aber\nfo utel \u00C2\u00A9elb fyatte id) ja nidjt bei mir, unb begtjatb moHte id) nadj Jpaufe\nurn bag \u00C2\u00A9elb gu fjolen.\"\n12 3. Put into German :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nA dog, carrying a piece of meat over a foot-bridge, looked down into the\nwater and saw a dog that also was carrying meat. He sprang into the\nriver, and as he snapped at his image in the water, he let fall his piece\nof meat. Too late he found that he had snapped at a shadow.\n18 4. Write in German a description of the four seasons. (At least half a page.) R 170\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nGreek. (Time, 2 hours.)\nDecline throughout o-v, pj-r^p, oSe (masculine only).\nDecline in the singular 6'pvts, vv\u00C2\u00A3; in the plural yeptov, riytpdiv.\nWrite the present passive imperative of dya, the imperfect active indicative of\niroic(i>, the perfect passive indicative of aye..\nWrite (in the singular only) the aorist middle subjunctive of Xvo> and the future\nactive optative of -repro..\nState the method of expressing prohibitions, the form \"of clauses after verbs\ndenoting fear, two uses of the dative case, the circumstances under which an\nenclitic retains its accent.\nState the cases governed by Sta, perd, \rapd, and irpo, with the meaning in each\ninstance.\nWrite the principal parts of fiovXopai,, StSao-KO., SoKew, eiropai, Oavpdfo, KaXew,\nXapfid.vio, Xeiiro), voplijjj, TrpaTTU).\nTranslate into English :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(a.) t T-js 7raiSbs irarpi, e'So^e irepm-mv avTi)v els aXXyv yrjv.\n(b.) o~vpTrepif/ov(Ti S' avru> Kal dXXovs o-TjOarKoTas.\n(c.) XeXvrai ovv avTois rj yecpvpa Iva ol iroA.eyu.tot eKarepmOev kvkXojOcoo-iv.\n(tf.) eTreii.eXovp.eda yap wrens prt] ra, avra, SiSd^opev.\n(e.) evvo'iKws av rjp.iv elyov ol Uepo-ai et prj eiprir franf geroefen.\"\n6. Put into German :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(1.) If the weather is fine tomorrow, we shall take a trip up the Rhine.\n(2.) If you would stay longer in Germany, you could learn to speak German\ncorrectly.\n(3.) They would have gone to Heidelberg if Paul had not had to go to\nMunich.\n7. Write in German a description of a trip. (At least 20 lines.)\nGeometry. (Time, 3 hours.)\n[Omit any one of the first four questions.]\n14 1- Show how to divide a given line internally and externally in medial section.\n14 2. If the vertical angle of a triangle be. bisected by a straight line which also cuts the\nbase, the rectangle contained by the sides of the triangle is equal to the rectangle\ncontained by the segments of the base together with the square on the straight\nline which bisects the angle.\n14 3. ABC is a triangle having AB and AC produced to D and E, respectively, so that BD =\nCE. The line joining DE meets BC produced at F. Prove AB:AC = EF:DF.\n14 4. A and C are fixed points on the circumference of a circle. B is any other point on\nthe circle and the bisector of the angle ABC cuts the circle at D. Show that the\nratio AB-I-BC : BD is constant.\n[N.B.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Graph paper is supplied.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Accurate diagrams must be drawn for questions\n5 and 6. J\n5. Given the triangle A (-3, 2), B (7, 2), C (3, 10), find the following :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n4 (a.) The equation of BC.\n4 (b.) The co-ordinates of the centroid.\n8 (c.) The equation of the perpendicular AD drawn from A to BC, and the ratio\ninto which D divides BC.\n4 (d.) The area of the triangle.\n6 (e.) The locus of the vertices of the triangles described on AB having the same\narea as ABC. (This is to be found analytically.)\n8 (f.) The equation of the circumscribing circle, its radius, and the co-ordinates of\nits centre.\n12 6. (a.) Find the equation of the line through (3,-4) that cuts off equal intercepts from\nthe axes. Give the two solutions according as the intercepts have the\nsame or opposite signs.\n2x it\n(b.) Find the perpendicular distance from ( - 2, 3) to the line ~ = 6.\nO u\n12 7. (a.) Derive the condition that one line shall be perpendicular to another.\n(b.) Show that y = mx\u00C2\u00B1r Jl + ra'2 is always a tangent to x2 + y' \u00E2\u0080\u0094 r'K 17 Geo. 5 Part III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices. R 183\nHistory. (Time, 3 hours.)\n[Answer any five questions.]\nValue.\n20 !\u00E2\u0080\u00A2 For what reasons did European nations send out colonists to America?\n2. Compare Spanish and British colonial efforts under the following heads:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n5 (a.) Commercial gain.\n5 (b.) Religious policy.\n5 (c.) Government.\n5 (d.) Treatment of the natives.\n3. Write a short account of the explorations of:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n5 (a.) Jaques Cartier.\n5 (b.) Champlain.\n5 (c.) La Salle.\n5 (d.) La Verendrye.\n20 4. Sketch the relations of Church and State in Canada during the French Regime.\n12 5. Why was a conflict between France and Britain in North America inevitable?\n4 (a.) Estimate the importance, in this conflict, of the Great Lakes.\n4 (b.) Estimate the importance, in this conflict, of the Ohio Valley.\n15 6. (a.) Account for the changes of British policy towards Canada in 1763,1774, and 1791.\n5 (b.) Was the Constitutional Act a wise solution of the Canadian problem?\n7. Compare the attitude of the following towards Canadian self-government:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n5 (a.) Sydenham;\n5 (6.) Bagot;\n5 (c.) Metcalfe;\n5 (ti.) Elgin.\n16 8. (a.) Sketch the movement for Confederation in the Maritime Provinces and in the\nProvince of Canada.\n4 (5.) Why did Newfoundland stay out?\n20 9- \" Tne history of the Canadian West is the history of the Hudson's Bay Company.\"\nDiscuss this statement with special reference to the Red River Colony and\nBritish Columbia.\n20 10. To what extent has Confederation solved the race question in Canada?\nLatin Authors. (Time, 3 hours.)\n15 1. Translate:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nQuid igitur ait Hortensius? Si uni omnia tribuenda sint, dignissimum esse\nPompeium, sed ad unum tamen omni deferri non oportere. Obsolevit iam\nista oratio re multo magis quam verbis refutata. Nam tu idem, Q. Hortensi,\nniulta pro tua summa copia ac singulari facultate dicendi et in senatu contra\nvirum fortem, A. Gabinium, graviter ornateque dixisti, cum is de uno\nimperatore contra praedones constituendo legem promulgasset, et ex hoc ipso\nloco permulta item contra earn legem verba fecisti.\n(a.) Explain the construction of sint and multo.\n(&.) Explain the references in Hortensius, Gabinium, praedones.\n(c.) Give the chief facts in Cicero's life, with dates. Value.\n15\n18\n17\n2. Translate:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nAc ne illud quidem vobis neglegendum est quod mini ego extremum proposueram,\ncum essem de belli genere dicturus, quod ad multorum bona civium\nRomanorum pertinet; quorum vobis pro vestra sapientia, Quirites, habenda\nest ratio diligenter. Nam et publicani, homines honestissimi atque orna-\ntissimi, suas rationes et copias in illam provinciam contulerunt, quorum ipsorum\nper se res et fortunae vobis curae esse debent. Etenim, si vectigalia nervos\nesse rei publicae semper duximus, eum certe ordinem qui exercet ilia firma-\nmentum ceterorum ordinum recte esse dicemus.\n(a.) Explain the construction of vobis (first line) and curae.\n(...) Write explanatory notes (not grammatical) on quod . . . extremum proposueram, publicani.\n3. Translate:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nProtinus aerii mellis caelestia dona\nexsequar: hanc etiam, Maecenas, aspice partem.\nAdmiranda tibi levium spectacula rerum\nmagnanimosque duces totiusque ordine gentis\nmores et studia et populos et proelia dicam.\nIn tenui labor; at tenuis non gloria, si quern\nnumina laeva sinunt auditque vocatus Apollo.\nPrincipio sedes apibus statioque petenda,\nquo neque sit ventis aditus, nam pabula venti\nferre domum prohibent, neque oves haedique petulci\nfloribus insultent, aut errans bucula campo\ndecutiat rorem, et surgentes atterat herbas.\nAbsint et picti squalentia terga lacerti\npinguibus a stabulis, meropesque aliaeque volucres\net manibus Procne pectus signata cruentis.\n(a.) Explain the construction of apibus (1. 8), insultent (11), campo (11), terga (13).\n(6.) Explain the references in Maecenas, Procne.\n(c.) What does etiam (1. 2) imply?\n4. Translate:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nQuis deus hanc, Musae, quis nobis extudit artem?\nUnde nova ingressus hominum experientia cepit?\nPastor Aristaeus fugiens Peneia Tempe\namissis, ut fama, apibus morboque fameque\ntristis ad extremi sacrum caput astitit amnis\nmulta querens, atque hac affatus voce parentem :\n' Mater, Cyrene mater, quae gurgitis huius\nima tenes, quid me praeclara stirpe deorum,\n(si modo, quern perhibes, pater est Thymbraeus Apollo)\ninvisum fatis genuisti? Aut quo tibi nostri\npulsus amor? Quid me caelum sperare iubebas?\nEn etiam hunc ipsum vitae mortalis honorem,\nquern mihi vix frugum et pecudum custodia sollers\nomnia temptanti extuderat, te matre relinquo.\nQuin age et ipsa manu felices erue silvas,\nfer stabulis inimicum ignem atque interfice messes,\nure sata, et' duram in vites molire bipennem,\ntanta meae si te ceperunt taedia laudis.'\n(a.) Explain the construction of stirpe (1. 8), nostri (10), te (14).\n(...) Scan (indicating the chief caesuras) the three lines beginning: unde . . .,\nsi modo . . ., en . . .\n(c.) To what does Vergil refer in hanc . . . arteml 17 Geo. 5 Part III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices. R 185\nValue.\n20 5- Translate:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nAnna refert: ' O luce magis dilecta sorori,\nsolane perpetua maerens carpere iuventa,\nnee dulces natos Veneris nee praemia noris?\nid cinerem aut manes credis curare sepultos?\nEsto, aegram nulli quondam flexere mariti,\nnon Libyae, non ante Tyro; despectus Iarbas\nductoresque alii, quos Africa terra triumphis i\ndives alit: placitone etiam pugnabis amori?\nnee venit in mentem, quorum consederis arvis?\nHinc Gaetulae urbes, genus insuperabile bello,\net Numidae infreni cingunt et inhospita Syrtis,\nhinc deserta siti regio lateque furentes\nBarcaei. Quid bella Tyro surgentia dicam\ngermanique minas?\nDis equidem auspicious reor et Iunone secunda\nhunc cursum Uiacas vento tenuisse carinas.\n(a.) Explain the construction of sorori (1. 1), Libyae (6), dis (15).\n(6.) Show how scansion differentiates the cases of sola and perpetua in the second\nline.\n15 6. Translate:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\nTurn virgam capit: hac animas ille evocat Oreo\npallentes, alias sub Tartara tristia mittit,\ndat somnos adimitque, et lumina morte resignat.\nIlia fretus agit ventos, et turbida tranat\nnubila. Iamque volans apicem et latera ardua cernit\nAtlantis duri, caelum qui vertice fulcit,\nAtlantis, cinctum assidue cui nubibus atris\npiniferum caput et vento pulsatur et imbri,\nnix umeros infusa tegit, turn flumina mento\npraecipitant senis, et glacie riget horrida barba.\nHie primum paribus nitens Cyllenius alis\nconstitit; hinc toto praeceps se corpore ad undas\nmisit, avi similis, quae circum litora, circum\npiscosos scopulos humilis volat aequora iuxta.\n(a.) Write on the figures of speech in this passage.\nLatin Prose Composition, Sight Translation, and Roman History.\nA. Latin Prose Composition. (Time, 3 hours.)\n50 Translate into Latin :\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n(a.) Both you and I have been made consuls by the votes and kindness of the\nRoman people.\n(&.) I had rather keep my promises than be the richest man in the world.\n(c.) He was an excellent youth, and a most faithful friend to me; he had much\nconversation with me about the future.\n(<-.) No one can with a good conscience deny that your brother returned home in\nsafety by a miraculous interposition,\n(e.) He was the first to deny the existence of gods.\n(f.) Procrastination in showing gratitude is never praiseworthy; for myself I\nprefer returning kindness to being under an obligation.\n13 R 186\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nValue.\n35\n15\n(fir.) The cavalry charged so fiercely that had not night interfered with the contest\nthe enemy would have turned their backs.\n(/(..) He made it his aim to avoid injuring any one of his subjects, but to consult\nthe good of the whole nation,\n(i.) We were within a very little of being all killed, some of us pierced by the\nenemy's darts, others cut off either by famine or disease.\n(j.) And therefore do not object to endure everything in behalf of your suffering\ncountry and your exiled friends.\nB. Sight Translation.\nL. Scipio, frater Africani, infirmo erat corpore; tamen consul, legato fratre, contra\nAntiochum missus est. Cum in Asiam advenisset, ad duo ferme milia ab hoste\ncastra posuit. Antiochus coepit aciem ihstruere, nee Scipio detrectavit certamen.\nCum autem duae acies in conspectu essent, coorta nebula caliginem dedit, quae nihil\nadmodum Romanis, eadem plurimum regiis nocuit; nam humor gladios aut pila\nRomanorum non hebetavit, arcus vero, quibus Antiochi milites utebantur, fundasque\net jaculorum amenta emollierat. Itaque fusus est regis exereitus fugatusque. Ipse\nAntiochus, cum paucis fugiens, in Lydiam concessit. Turn Asiae urbes victori se\ndediderunt. L. Scipio Romam reversus ingenti gloria triumphavit, et Asiatici\ncognomen accepit.\nferme\u00E2\u0080\u0094.about; caliginem\u00E2\u0080\u0094mist; regiis \u00E2\u0080\u0094 (militibus) understood; hebetavit \u00E2\u0080\u0094dulled;\namenta\u00E2\u0080\u0094thongs.\nC. Roman History.\n1. (a.) Write a short account of the decline of Greek power in Italy and Sicily.\n(B.) Describe the role of the Greeks in Italian history.\n2. Give a short history of the war in Spain, 218-207 B.C.\nPhysics. (Time, 3 hours.)\n[Answer question one and any eight of the remainder.]\n1. A uniform accelerating force acts oh a mass of 1,000 grams, giving it a velocity of\n3 metres per second in 8 seconds from rest. Find:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n5 (a.) The acceleration;\n4 (B.) The force;\n3 (c.) The distance traversed;\n3 (d.) The work done.\n5 Describe some device by which you might accomplish this, making due allowance for\nprobable friction, or other resistance.\n4 2. (a.) A weight of 50 pounds is suspended from two points, A and B, on a horizontal\nceiling. The cord from A to the mass is 8 ft. long and that from B is 4 ft.\nlong. A is 8 ft. from B. Find, graphically, the pull in each cord. (A freehand drawing with distances estimated roughly to scale is sufficient if\ndrawing instruments are not at hand.)\n2 (B.) Define mechanical advantage. A load is lifted through a system of pulleys.\n1 What is the relation, theoretically, of the amount of work contributed to the\nmachine to the actual work accomplished?\n1 What name is given to the actual ratio of these two amounts of work?\n2 ' What reasons might we have for using such a device instead of lifting the\nload directly? 17 Geo. 5 Part III.\u00E2\u0080\u0094Appendices. R 187\nValue.\n5 3. (o.) How is the height of a barometer affected by (1) the diameter of the bore of\nthe tube; (2) the pressure of air above the mercury in the tube; (3) being\nsuspended outdoors or in a warm room; (4) being carried up a mountain?\n5 (B.) How do we explain the fact that bodies ordinarily expand when heated?\n5 4. (a.) Show that 1,000 grams of copper at 400\u00C2\u00B0 C. would raise 200 grams of water at\n20\u00C2\u00B0 C. to 100\u00C2\u00B0 C. and convert some of it to steam. How many grams would\nbe thus converted? (Sp. ht. of copper .094.)\n5 (B.) Define mechanical equivalent of heat and give its value. Why must the temper\nature of the boiler of a locomotive be over 100\u00C2\u00B0 C?\n5 5. (a.) Find tbe frequencies of two tuning-forks, each of which would be in resonance\nwith an air column one foot long and closed at one end. (Take the velocity\nof sound as 1,100 ft. per sec.)\n5 (B.) From the phenomena studied in sound, give an example of each of the following:\nharmonic overtone, interference, Doppler's Principle.\n3 6. What differences in character are there between sound waves and those of light?\n3 What similarity and what difference among waves of light, radiant heat, and\nwireless telegraphy ?\n4 Give a reasonable wave length for each of these four types of waves.\n3 7. (a.) Explain very briefly, with the aid of a simple diagram, how the power of a lamp\nmay be measured.\n4 (B.) An object is 30 cm. from a lens and its image is found to be 20 cm. from the lens,\non the same side as the object. Find, from the lens formula, the kind of lens\nit must be and its focal length.\n3 Then draw a diagram, roughly to scale, showing object, image, and lens.\n7 8. (a.) Draw a diagram showing what happens to a ray of sunlight in a small drop of\nwater in a cloud where a rainbow appears. Give names to the different\nphenomena which contribute to the result.\n3 (B.) A boy runs toward a plane mirror at the rate of 20 ft. per second. How rapidly\ndoes he approach his image?\n5 9. (a.) Draw a diagram of a straight bar magnet showing one complete line of force,\nwith arrows at different points showing its direction. What is the significance of this direction?\n5 (B.) Using our conception that electrons, only, move in a solid conductor, tell what\nhappens as a rod of sealing-wax which has been rubbed with flannel is\nbrought close to an insulated conductor and then as the conductor is touched\nwith the finger while the wax is near it.\n10. A 50-watt lamp operates on a 110-volt circuit. Find:\u00E2\u0080\u0094\n2 (a.) Its resistance;\n2 (B.) Its current;\n3 (c.) How long it could be used for one dollar with electricity at 5 cents per\nkilowatt-hour; and\n3 (d.) The number of calories of heat it generates every second.\nTrigonometry. (Time, 3 hours.)\n12 1. (a.) If sin 9 = .5, find the value of 1 + tan2<9.\n(b.) Find the numerical value of -| cot2 30\u00C2\u00B0 + 3 sin2 60\u00C2\u00B0 - 2 cosec2 60\u00C2\u00B0 - \u00C2\u00A7 tan2 30\u00C2\u00B0.\n(a) Prove (tan 6 + 2) (2 tan 9 + 1) = 5 tan 6 + 2 sec2 6.\n13 2. (a.) From the top of a cliff, 200 feet high, the angles of depression of the top and\nbottom of a tower are observed to be 30\u00C2\u00B0 and 60\u00C2\u00B0 respectively. Find the\nheight of the tower. R 188\nPublic Schools Report.\n1926\nValue.\n13\n14\n12\n(b.) Prove (sin a + cosec a)2 + (cos a + sec a)2 = tan2a + cot2a + 7.\n3. (a.) Solve 2 sin2* + J3 cos x + 1 = 0.\n(b.) Solve tan 5 6 = cot 2 6.\n4. (a.) In any triangle prove b2 = c2 + a2 - 2ca cos B.\n(b.) In any triangle prove sin ^ = ./ -L_\n6c\n5. Prove\nsin a + sin /_>\nsin a - sin /_.\ntan\na + p\ntan\nj8\n18 6. If a = 4584, 6 = 5140, c = 3624, find A, using formula for tan \u00E2\u0080\u0094,\ngiven log 1.534 = 0.1858 L tan 30\u00C2\u00B0 5' = 9.7628\nlog 2.090 = 0.3201\nlog 3.050 = 0.4843\nlog 6.674 = 0.8244\n18 7. If b = 16, c = 25, B = 33\u00C2\u00B0 15', prove that the triangle is ambiguous and find the\nother angles, having given\nlog 2 = 0.30103 L sin 33\u00C2\u00B0 15' = 9.73901\nL sin 58\u00C2\u00B0 56' = 9.93276\nL sin 58\u00C2\u00B0 57' = 9 93283\nVICTORIA, B.C. :\nPrinted by Ghart.es F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.\n1926.\n6325-1126-5671"@en .
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