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The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, October 1913

Past Students' Column

page 24

Past Students' Column.

"So he be from Salamanca He is just an absent friend.

—College Song.

W. P. Gordon is at Knox College, Dunedin, preparing for service in the Canton Villages mission.

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A. P. Castle is on the staff of the Gisborne High School B. M. Kibblewhite is first assistant at the South School, Dannevirke.

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Miss M. R. Barkas has distinguished herself in London. She has gained a scholarship, and will shortly commence a post-graduate course in Domestic Science, at the London University.

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Our old friend George Toogood is doing well in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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A. H. Robinson is on the staff of the Brighton Grammar School, Melbourne.

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Rev. H. W. Monaghan is curate at St. Luke's, Christchurch.

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J. B. Parker is at Blenheim G. C Jackson is at Hamilton G. H. Nicholls is at Te Aroha and A. Delamore is now at Thames.

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W. Gould is in charge of Tonga College, Nukualofa. He is assisted in his work by W. Longhurst.

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R. S. Watson, who is at Knox College, was top in all subjects in his last examination.

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On August 4th, at St. Mark's Church, Miss Lena MacKellar was married to Mr. Edgar S. Hope, of Deep Bay, French Pass. The Spike wishes Mr. and Mrs. Hope every happiness.

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  • F. A. de la Mare to Miss Childs, M.B.
  • B. M. Kibblewhite to Miss Turley.
  • A. H. Robinson to Miss Priscilla Mitchell, of Sydney.