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AUCKLAND WEEKLY NEWS
ST STEPHEN’S SCHOOL FOR MAORI BOYS
1917

These are extracts from the Auckland Weekly News - available on microfilm at the Auckland City Library. I do not personally have any more information than is shown here. Thanks to Jacqueline Walles for these.

ST STEPHEN’S SCHOOL FOR MAORI BOYS [AWN 13.12.1917] p.23

Ninety-one old boys of St Stephens School for Maori Boys at Parnell had gone to the front, a record of which the school could well be proud. Fifteen had given their lives for the cause of liberty. Also Captain A E M JONES, who left on active service with the Maori Contingent.

The annual prize-giving ceremony at St Stephens School was held last week, Bishop AVERILL presenting the prizes.

Good Conduct Prize: TANGIORA, Tamaku
Senior Division: TAHANA, Pini
Middle Division: RAURETI, Whainoa & WARBRICK, Patiti

Juniors:
Std V HULTON, Campbell
Std IV BUTT, Archer
Std III COOPER, Alfred
Std II HERLEY, J W
Std I HERLEY, Jimmy

Best Conduct: CRUMMER, Tom
Drawing: ATA, Josiah
Writing: CRUMMER, Paul

Agriculture (Mr E Thornton’s prize) COATES, W

English Composition, 80% in examination:
TAHANA, Pini
NGAHANA, Wharekaihua
RAURETI, Whainoa
UATENE, Paki
EKETONE, Willie
TEARURIKE, Walter
TE WAO, Peri
HULTON, J C
BENNETT, H
MORGAN, Tauri

Improvement in reading (Mr Scott’s prize): HAREWA, Henare
Comprehension (Mr J N Scott’s prize): WARBRICK, Patiti
Junior Gymnastics (Mr College’s prize): HERLEY, J W
Senior Gymnastics (Mr College’s medal): MORGAN, Tauri


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