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I NKSS HOLT. I PRESENTATION TO A TL\CHEn AN AMIABLE 'CONSPIRACY. -1 mitoreflting presentation took place at the rooms. As already noted in our columns Miss Amelia Marie, a popular member o? the teach- ing staff, has been appointed headmist.rca; of the IIeewall Ohuroh Infant Schools, and it was in connection with her departure for the new sphere of labour that the pre.intation took place. Miss Marie has served as pupil teacher and certificated assistant in No ion-rum- Pa.rkga.te Schools, which includ > of Ness Holt, [or a.hout eleven y<?r-x.d in addition to being a thoroughly efficient teacher had by her nvrny deiightfutl qualities won for heivelf a. warm piao- in tiie affections of everyone connected with the schools. Th.3 testimonial was most onbhiiisiastioally '.aken up by tho managers and teaching ststfT. while it afforded the utmost delight, to scholars. latter revelled in the secrecy with whioh the matter was conducted, as much care being taken to prevent premature disclosures as if it was a Nihilist plot. A little before closing-time the Vicar (the Rev. Canon Turner) appeared as if upon an ordinary visit, and the day's work including the last tasks of the beloved, but saddened, teacher came to a close. Instead of boing dismissed t.o their homes as usual, the soholara were asked to remain, and the next moment the Vicar, standing amid an army of smiling and expectant faces, disclosed the oare- fully-guarded secret. He paid o, warm tribute to the beloved teacher who was about to leave them, and who had spent practically the whoie of her life in connection with the district schools. He referred in appreciative terms to the high character a., a teacher and to the sincere affection whioh was felt, for her by managers, teachers, parents and scholars alike. Amid loud applause he disked her a-coeptanoo on their behalf of a souvenir of her connection with the schools, and banded her a handsome Puma skin wristlet purse and a valuable gdd brooch in case.—Mr. J. S. Warren, the head- master, endorsed Canon Turner's remarks as to Miss Marie's exa-ptionall work as a member of the schoo l staff, and the rare personal qualities which had endeared her to everyone of them without exception, and had won for her their unit.ed ciood wishes for her future career. (Ap- plause.)—Miss Marie, who was naturally much affected, replied, and amid the loud cheers of the scholars, and the ho"a.rty gcod wishes of Miss Marle's colI leagues, the incident closed ———————

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