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MUSICAL SUCCESS.—Miss Sarah Woolley, of Lower Bridge-street, has passed her juuior examination of the National College of Music with honours. RETIRED TEACHERS' HOMES ASSOCIATION.—In the year 18H8 Mr. Sneyd Kynnersley, H.M.I., brought forward a scheme for providing homes for teachers who have spent their lives in the work of educating the young, and who have been employed j for not less than 20 years in Church schools in the diocese of Chester. An association for attaining this object was formed, and the teachers of Birken- head and Chester districts, set to work to raise the necessary funds. Birkenhead nobly led the way, and raised £ 450 by means of a bazaar. The teachers of Chester and district have, by their own dona- tions, and by soliciting help from their friends and well wishers, raised the funds to a little over £600. The association has recently purchased two houses in the Ermine-road, Chester one is occupied by I the first beneficiary (Mr. Wni. Johnson, late of St. Paul's School, Chester); tAe second is let for the present to a tenant to provide the necessary funds for maintenance, rates, taxes,. &c. A sum of about £70 is needed in order to free the houses of debt, and it is necessary to establish a sustentation fund of about k500 before the second house can he made available. The teachers of Chester and district hope to raise the necessary funds by means of a bazaar, which will be held in the Town Hall, Chester, on May 30th and 31st next. It will be opened on Friday at two o'clock by Mr. Robt. Yerburgh, M.P., and on Saturday at two p m, by the Mayoress (Mrs. James Frost). Judging from the interest which is being taken in the matter the effort should prove a great success.

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