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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 48

The Masters and Their Classes

The Masters and Their Classes.

The masters employed in conducting the various classes were:—Mr. Jackson, of the Otago Foundry, engineers' class; Mr. Kyle, of Ravens-bourne School, mathematics; Messrs. Kneen, of the Normal School and Worsop, of the North-East Valley School, senior classes; Messrs. Balsille, of the North School, and Cooke, of Albany-street School, junior classes; Mr. Wicks, formerly one of Professor Black's students, chemistry; Mr. M'Lean, Latin; and Mr. Smith, shorthand.

The numbers admitted to the various classes at the beginning of the sessions:—Mr Jackson (engineers'), 26; Mr Kyle's (mathematics), 21; Mr Wicks' (chemistry), 19; Mr McLean's (Latin), 7; Mr Smith's (Shorthand), 19; Mr Kneen's (senior), 58; Mr Worsop's (senior), 70; Mr Balsille's (junior), 78; Mr Cooke's (junior), 80; and 7 pupils taught by myself in book-keeping by single and double entry. About 265, or 68 per cent., continued their attendance to the end of the session. The percentage last year was 64.