TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES. 1909, 1914 & 1919 - Timaru, N.Z.

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Press, 20 February 1909, Page 10 TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.
CLASSES B, C, AND D. CANTERBURY RESULTS. February 19. The following list contains the names of the successful candidates for Classes B, C. and D of the teachers' certificate examinations held in January. Teachers' certificates will be issued to such of these as have produced satisfactory evidence of age, have passed the special medical examination prescribed, and have fulfilled the necessary conditions as to length of service and efficiency in teaching. Lists of the candidates who were partially successful are in process of preparation:— PASSED FOR CLASS C.
Fraser Burnett Barton (Timaru)
Amy Elizabeth Fifield (Timaru)
Wm. Orr Gilmour (Timaru)
Lorna Alice Hunt (Timaru)
Eliza Jane Sutherland (Timaru)
Alfred Ernest Merry (Timaru)

PASSED FOR CLASS D.
Leslie Gordon Austin (Timaru)
Agnea Marion Buchanan (Timaru)
Elizabeth Alice Hinch (Timaru)
Emma Frances Malling (Timaru)
Phoebe E. Newton (Timaru)
Cuthbert Parr (Timaru)
Jessie Pelvin (Timaru)
Ann Margaret Proudlock (Timaru)
Henry Wiliam Reeves (Timaru)Minnie taught Richard Pearse


Press, 4 March 1914, Page 7
TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS.
ADDITIONAL RESULTS. WELLINGTON, March 3. The following are additional Canterbury and North Otago results of the January examination for teachers' certificates:
Passed in Five Subjects, Class C.
Victor W. Colville, Timaru;
Charles A. S. Hind, Timaru;
Louisa Seyb, Timaru.

Passed in Four Subjects, Class C.
Mary O'Connor, Timaru

Passed in Three Subjects, Class C.
Winifred J. B. Black, Timaru
Benjamin F. Hayman. Timaru
Christina Mailing, Timaru
Daisy P. Norrish, Timaru
William O'Connor, Timaru

Passed in Two Subjects, Class C.
Adalena L. Black, Timaru
Kate M. Foster, Timaru
Mary Macdonald, Timaru
Annie Mulvaney, Timaru
Robina C. Norrish, Timaru
Michael F. O'Donoghue, Timaru

Partial Pass for Class D.
Catherine A. Corcoran, Timaru
Wilhelmina V. Cowie, Timaru
Isabel O. Ferguson, Timaru

Partial Pass Towards First Section, Class D.
Alice S. Fraser, Timaru
Emma Hamilton, Timaru
Josephine J. Miller, Timaru
Constance I. O'Callaghan, Timaru
Rosa Vague, Timaru


TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES. 1919

Press, 7 March 1919, Page 4
A "Gazette" contains the principal results of the examinations held in January for teachers' certificates. The following are the Canterbury results: —
PASSED FOR CLASS C. Holmes, Ralph Kearton, Timaru.

PASSED FOR CLASS D
Andrews, Vera Annie, Timaru.
Ashton, Catherine Raincliffe, Timaru
Cartwright, George Emerson, Timaru
Cowie, Isabella Henderson, Timaru
Dodd, Arthur James Andrew, Timaru
Ellis Edith Goodall, Timaru.
Isitt, Mary Katherine, Timaru
Kane, Elizabeth Mary, Timaru
McPherson, Olive Lizzie. Timaru
Martin, Rota Elizabeth, Timaru
Methven, Iris Jessie, Timaru
Russell, Agnes Maude, Timaru
Scrimshaw, Esme Mary, Timaru
Smith, Katie Green, Timaru
Spillane, Johannah, Timaru
Tregenza, Annie, Timaru
Warrington, Mary, Timaru

PASSED IN FOUR SUBJECTS FOR CLASS C.
Cartwright, George Emerson, Timaru.
Foster, Kate Muriel, Timaru.
Opie, Hilda Phyllis, Timaru.
Seyb, Caroline Philabena, Timaru.

PASSED IN TWO SUBJECTS FOR CLASS C
Rawstorn Myrtle Annabella, Timaru
Scrimshaw, Esme Mary, Timaru

OBTAINED PARTIAL PASS FOR CLASS D
Ferrier, Sarah Catherine, Timaru
Hancox, Myra Winifred, Timaru
Harries, Eunice, Timaru
Higgins, Elfreda Mary, Timaru
Leslie, Verona Margaret Lurline, Timaru
Lindsay, Isa Kathleen, Timaru
McIntyre, Isabel Ann, Timaru
Mackay, Ina Marcella, Timaru
McKenzie Violet Athol, Timaru
Opie, Hilda Phyils, Timaru
Satterthwaite, Gertrude Marie, Timaru
Seyb, Philip Stanley, Timaru
Slattery, Ellen. Timaru
Storey, Ernestine Iris Lilian, Timaru

OBTAINED PASS OR PARTIAL PASS IN FOUR GROUPS OF CLASS D
Beck, Wilfred David, Timaru

OBTAINED PASS OR PARTIAL PASS IN THREE GROUPS OF CLASS D.
Brown, Catherine Lawson, Timaru
Davidson, Irene Pretoria, Timaru
Engelbrecht, Ernest Henry, Timaru
Holmes, George, Timaru.
Mauger, Amelia Victoria, Timaru
Mills, Winifred, Timaru.
Sanders, Annie Rosina, Timaru

OBTAINED PASS OR PARTIAL PASS IN TWO GROUPS FOR CLASS D.
Brown, Esther Mary, Timaru.
Callaghan, Annie Veronica, Timaru
Hayes, Daisy Lilian, Timaru
Jones, Jessie Ada, Timaru
Mallinson. Bessie, Timaru
Orton, Erica, Timaru.
Scannell, Agnes Mary, Timaru
Scott, Margaret Mary, Timaru
Smith, Thirza Ellen, Timaru
Spillane, Katherine, Timaru
Wright, Edith Mary, Timaru

SPECIAL MENTION.
Dodd, Arthur James Andrew, Timaru, Elementary Hygiene


Evening Post, 22 September 1939, Page 9
TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS
Candidates who succeeded in qualifying for teachers' B and C class certificates in recent examinations are as follows: Class C.— L. F. Schaab (Timaru), Winifred M. Selwood (Timaru)

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North Otago Times, 15 September 1896, Page 1 ORIGINAL POETRY.
SCHOOL.
Oh ! the happiest days of all our life
Were the days when we were at school ;
When we were free from worldly strife,
And obeyed the teacher's rule.

Those were the times I remember with joy,
The times that will ne'er come again ;
When many a man was then a boy,
Well used to the strap and the cane.

We learnt our tasks with a will every day,
The harder they were, the harder we worked ;
And we never once heard our teacher say
That the work he gave us we over shirked.

Our spelling, grammar, history, all we knew,
Our reading, geography, and sums of all sorts —
And after we'd finished what we had to do,
We ended the day with schoolboy sport.

At cricket and football our play hours we , spent
In the heat of the day or the cool of the eve ;
And these and other pastimes a pleasure lent
To the school and grounds we were loth to leave.

Full well I remember our teacher's smile
As he met us at the door in the morning
And his pleasant talk as we traced the Nile
On the maps, the school walls adorning.

But past and gone are all those joys,
We sigh for them in vain ;
The happy days when we were boys
We ne'er shall see again.
J. GALLAGHER. Kakanui, September 10th, 1896.