1896 Provosi dropped

vreilly1 Member Photo

Clipped by vreilly1

1896  Provosi dropped  - e r , \ i l l T h o u s a n d c h e y a l l p r...
e r , \ i l l T h o u s a n d c h e y a l l p r o b a b i l - \Vh le M o u n t a i n s . m p b e l l w i l l go v u o her i n Jallriet!, New i e Green, t r i p l l i i b t h o t w e a t h e r v u e avenue. y , of sppnrl at n e i al I'li-ii , Comm i g r c n , L i e u t . Com. J u l i n G u i l d t o n on A p r i l :!() h o n v e n t i o n ol I'T to bo held u t t i o n \3 ended c h w i l l e n t vessel to while, t h e r e i n - ^ n a v a l u c a i i o i n y . V. Lee and ilm s u m m e r o V i m v n - und l''runCH 11. part of , Ma=. ichui-otts. i i - Lee's at r o m J u n e ou dur-" n a r m o d H the as the e i d , and Has e n d e d Mrs. Alexa f t e r n o o n "At home." r o m Japan. u r n u d on and new home in in the u p his several weeks m s e l f interest in Maa- take a most of his is a delegate. e n t o n l u t i o n t i o n UHV in pro^re^s l l a e a r m is o f c u - Woodland of the State a v i s i t n t i a l m e m b e r s G. A. R., Irom now h o u s e e r e he i e s as superin- and Belmur en- aiding in the will time this city, by success, The School Elect Commissiooers New Secretary, (MOLL ROBBINS MAOE PR[$ID[NT l. Kverctt Van UrlgUt Clic»cn to tiin-oril St-crttury Hurry I'ri\(»Nt--^cliool Me- liauic ThiiteH Iletuino'l--Tim It'{uh- lU-ans JMiitle This One Com'''-sHm it 1 tbe Animal M v o t i n g o f the inissioners^Tbi^ "Morning. The Co'.nniis^ioner? of Public Instruction Instruction met t h i s m o l d i n g al 10 acc o i d i n g to law, lo organize. Tne oo.inl was present and the R e p u b had t h e i r own way, r e v e r condition of labt year, w en the Democrats secured control by calling in tin- Democratic mayor, IIr. Shaw, to make a q u o r u m w h e n tlie l o u r members sUi\od away. T h i s m o r n 1 R e p u o h c a n a lolil the D e m :oiild h a v e llie school m e c h a n;r, and t - u c c u m b i n g to the the latter g e n t l e m e n acquiesed considerable a m o u n t of "irrin and 1.'' The c o n s e q u e n c e was jarroll R o b b i n g was elected n to the presidency of the board to Iiillge Robert S. \VoodnilV, r e t i i f ·eiett D r i i r l H , 1 LW s t i i d u n t w i t h A ' I j n u n George W. Macphersou \s-ii3lanl IVo-euMlor \V. Holt Ap^a-, 'Ifded s - o ' r e t a r y t o succeed n c u n i l i p n i , ll'irry 1'roMi^t. As 1011 of school m e c h a n i c wn= lie Democrats, t h e present m e c t o l i n T h i i i e s , a Democjii^, T h e R e p u b l i c a n s w e n nerely M c i u i n g two of i h e They la'st'd the s a l a r y of the rom S'.IOO to $1,000 per a n n u m , b he Dt'KiociMtic ollice of school m e c on the s a m e «,ilary of $1,200 W h e n the Board met at ihe h l o i n t e d , I h e f o l l o u ' i n i r e s e n t : K i i p e n n t e n d ·^on, Sii|)i r\iiua; P n n . i p a l I!. C o n i m i s s i o n e i s C.irro 1 ! U o b b i n s . W h i t i a k e r , J. G. I S i lark, M 0., J. Howard R o n a n illaire, E d w n . M. Tluini and lowell. C o m m i f s i o n e r Frank Allaire ,ed t e m p o r a r y c l u i n n Rob)ins presented tlie c r e d e n t i a lew.members. It was moved that then- Tames be placed on fie roll and the ie called. This n a i d'ltie. and, as t appeared a f u l l Kfiard was W h i l l a k e r ihen laled C ' i i ' n = P i l o r Carroll iri-s,dent u f fie board. He moved Mr. H o w e l l cast the vote of llie aid ihut Mr. U l o o m and Mr. eller and .nidge of election respectively. L'his m o t i o n was adopted, and Rob)ins was declared to b j the u n h o i n e of tli« board for\4he position )resiuent. He accepted in a n e u t considered Ihe election an mnor, and would endeavor to properly fill the place. j Mr. W h i t t a k e r moved tie rules bo adopted, w h i c h m o t carried. Dr. William A. Clark then first took jarl in ihe proceedings of the board l o m i n a t i n g for the position of D. Everitt Van Dright. Mr. WhilUker moved Mr. Howell cast the vote of board, and Mr. R o n a n aud Dr. as tellers. This motion was carried, Ihe secretary nominee was declared unanimously elected. Mr. Howell Ihen n o m i n a t e Thines to succeed himaelf as school mechanic. This n u m b e r on the programme went through as did fhe others, and thus ended the election of olficers of the Board. Mr. tt'hiltaker moved the rules be 'erred to the Committee ou Rules appointed. Carried. President Robbins stated the committees committees w o u l d be announced to by mail in a few dajs. The Board Ihen adjournel until MOD- ilay evening, at w h i c h time enumerators w i l l be appointed. The term of Secretary Provost expires on Ihe lirat of May.

Clipped from
  1. Trenton Evening Times,
  2. 20 Apr 1896, Mon,
  3. Page 1

vreilly1 Member Photo
  • 1896 Provosi dropped

    vreilly1 – 02 Apr 2013

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in