Tumut and District.
Yellowin Public School - closed
Talbingo Old School - closed --/-- Talbingo Public School, (Current) --/-- Cabramurra Public School,
Kiandra Public School - closed, --/-- Lobbs Hole Public School - closed, --/-- Yarrangobilly Public School - closed,
Spring Flat Public School - closed --/-- East Blowering Public School - closed (formally Blowering School)
Tumut Plains Public School - closed --/-- Lacmalac Public School - closed --/-- Mundongo Public School - closed
Gilmore Public School - closed
Tumut Infants School - relocated & merged --/-- Tumut Primary School - merged --/-- Tumut Public School --/-- Franklin Public School --/-- Gadara School
Tumut Intermediate High School - closed --/-- Tumut High School
Tumut Catholic Infants School --/-- Tumut Catholic Primary School --/-- Tumut Catholic High School
Adelong Catholic School --/-- Adelong Public School --/-- Batlow Technology School --/-- Brungle Public School --/-- Bogong Public School
Cabramurra Public School = www.cabramurra-p.schools.nsw.edu.au
St Mary's Primary School = www.smb.cg.catholic.edu.au
Batlow Technology Central School = www.batlow-c.schools.nsw.edu.au
Adelong Public School = www.adelong-p.schools.nsw.edu.au
Franklin Public School = www.franklin-p.schools.nsw.edu.au
Tumut High School = www.tumut-h.schools.nsw.edu.au
1874 - PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARDS. — The following names are those of gentlemen appointed to form the public school boards of the public schools established at the places specified in con- nection with their names :— Eunonyhareenyah : Messrs. William McIntyre, Robert Dunne, John Davison, John Har- ding, and John Hurst. West Maitland : Messrs. Jacob Gorrick, Edward Lee, George Australia Smyth, John Wil- shire Pender, Thomas Lockwood Cooper, Robert Scoble, William Briggs, and Robert Blair. The following names are those of gentlemen appointed to be additional members of public school boards :— Tumut : Mr. George Stephenson. Adelong Crossing : Messrs. Henry Moon and James Teare Wearne. Cudgegong : Mr. William Stevenson Capper. Nelligan : Mr. Andrew Thompson Gibson. Colyton : Messrs. Robert Thornbury, John Dow, and Robert M Cook. Burkeville : Mr. James Lithgow Cobb. Warialda : George Fullerton, Esq, P.M. Castlereagh : Messrs. James Evans and William Landers. Tamworth : Messrs. Edward George Lewis, William Thomas Gosling, John Patterson, John Denning, and William Blackall. - (Ref- Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875)(about) Previous issue Saturday 5 September 1874).
1876 - During the past week, Mr Hooking, District Inspector of Schools, has paid us an official visit and has exprèsed himself highly satisfied with the general proficiency of the various schools in and around Tumut Mr. Hooking spent two (days examining the pupils attending the Public school, 119 children were present out of 140 enrolled. The inspector's remarks were highly complimentary to both children and teachers. December 4 - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954) Saturday 9 December 1876).
1877 - R. G. WARD, Registrar-Ganeral. SPECIAL NOTICE UNDER REAL PROPERTY ACT.- Applications having been made under section 79 of the Real Property Act, by the undermentioned, to b9 registered as "Proprietors by Transmisión of the lands hereunder described, such applications will be complied with and Certificates of Title issued in accordance therewith, unless Caveats are lodged on or before the date named on ,osite each case respectively.
Date up to and inclusive of which Caveats may be lodged. - Property.
Names and Residences of Applicants.Title, how claimed. -
No. pexxxri. 60 acres, parish of Blowering, portion 30 .. (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Saturday 3 February 1877).
1906 - THE EDUCATION POLICY. WAGGA, Sunday. - The Department of Publie Instruction has decided that Wagga Superior Public School shall be a district school for the training of probationary students, and of applicants for positions as teachers of small schools under the department.
The Wagga inspectorial district has been rearranged. The following schools aro transferred from the Young to Wagga district:- Brawling, Stockinbingal, Springdale, Combaning, South Combaning, Yarrandale, Sebastopol, Duto, Dudauman, Bagdad, Lynburn, Beaconsfield, Ariah Park; in addition.
Tumut, Tumut Plains, Lacmalac, Mondongo, Windowie, Adelong, Adelong Crossing, Gococnp, aro transferred to Albury; Gobbagaula, Gillenbah, Uroly, Round Hill, and Square Nob to the Hay district. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Monday 26 February 1906).
The recent annual hospital ball was a success, over 300 attended the first night and the second night the hall was crowded with juveniles. —At the Tumut Literary Institute annual meeting the balance sheet showed that the receipts were £345/13/5 and the expenditure £350/1/3.
The following committee was elected: Dr. T. B. Clouston, Messrs. R. A. Lester. K. Weeken, R. C. Bray, G. H. L. Harris, R. A. Carrboyd, E. J. Elphick, H. D. Smart, H. Engelman. H. R. Weeden, C. E. Jepsen, C. A. Teasdale, R. M. Thompson, F. Turnbull, N. C. Adams, and C. C. Redford. —
The following local scholarships were granted during the term:
Tumut District School, 10 ;
Tumut Convent School,5 ;
Mundongo Public School,2 ;
whilst one each went to Lacmalac,
East Blowering Public Schools. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Thursday 13 August 1925).
The following names are those of gentleman appointed to be additional members of public school boards :—
Tumut : Mr. George Stephenson.
Adelong Crossing: Messrs. Henry Moon and James Teare Wearne.
Cudgegong : Mr. William Stevenson Capper. Nelligan:
Mr. Andrew Thompson Gibson. Colyton:
Messrs. Robert Thornbury, John Dow, and Robert M Cook. Burkeville:
Mr. James Lithgow Cobb. Warialda:
George Fullerton, Esq, P.M. Castlereagh:
Messrs. James Evans and William Landers. Tamworth:
Messrs. Edward George Lewis, William Thomas Gosling, John Patterson, John Denning, and William Blackall.
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