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CCUMTY SCHOOL MOTES. The Headmaster beJng anxious to add to the usefulness of the school library by periodical addition of books has arranged a short serites of illustra.t.ed lectures, to which the public are admitted for a very smajl charge. These lectures have proved z7, very interesting, and have not been given in vain, so far as the object aimed at is concerned, and also it is hoped to have proved of value to those who have been privile.ged to hear -ahem. The subject at Tuesday's lecture was "Mountains and 1Ylanknd," the' lecturer being the headmaster himself (Mr J. Archer Thomson, M.A.) Mr Thomson is a mountaineering enthusiast and expert. and so was able to give his lecture that piquancy only possible when the speaker had by personal experience become thoroughly at home wijth his subject and a. worshipper at its shrine. The lecture was illustrated by a series of beautiful slides, for the exhibition of which Mr A. H' H.ughes (a never failing friend of the school) had kindly lent, h-'s lantern. The Centra.l Hall of the school was nlled with an appreciative audience.

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