Manual of the Public Instruction Act and Regulations of the Council of Public Instruction of Nova Scotia

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Commissioner of Public Works and Mines, Queen's printer, 1900 - Educational law and legislation - 167 pages

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Page 12 - I do declare and affirm that I am, and have been, for the thirty days last past, an actual resident of this school district and that I am qualified to vote at this meeting.
Page 14 - October, 1883, appoint said board, the first of whom shall be chairman and hold his office for three years, the second for two years, and the third for one year...
Page 53 - ... shall continue to hold office for the terms for which they were respectively...
Page 99 - Instruction in assuming that the said candidate will be disposed as a teacher to "inculcate by precept and example, a respect for religion and the principles of Christian morality, and the highest regard for truth, justice, love of country, loyalty, humanity, benevolence, sobriety, industry, frugality, chastity, temperance and all other virtues.
Page 63 - It is ordered, That in case where the parents or guardians of children in actual attendance on any public school or department signify in writing to the trustees their conscientious objection to any portion of such devotional exercises as may be conducted therein under the sanction of the trustees, such devotional exercises shall either be so modified as not to offend the religious feelings of those so objecting, or shall be held immediately...
Page 6 - Schools : (6) To determine all appeals from the decisions of Inspectors, and make such orders thereon as may be required : (7) To prepare and publish Regulations under which moneys may be drawn and expended : (8) To make such Regulations as may be necessary to carry into effect this Chapter, and generally to provide for any exigencies that may arise under its operation.
Page 107 - All trees thrive best in well-drained soil, varying from sand loam to clay. A clay loam suits all descriptions. The holes for the trees should always be made before the trees are brought to the ground, and should be too large rather than too small. In filling in, the better soil from near the surface should be returned, first, so as to be nearer the roots, but where the soil is at all sterile and generally, there should be put below and...
Page 64 - America, to which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators jointly and severally by these presents.
Page 114 - ... and examine them at home as illustrated in specimen class lesson. Without much expenditure of time the teacher can note that this work has been honestly attempted to be done by each pupil. The lessons must be direct from nature itself, but under the guidance of the teacher, who can save time in bringing the pupils to the point desired by his more mature experience.
Page 64 - Name"}, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, King. Defender of the Faith, in the Sum of [insert the Penalty"^ Pounds of lawful Money of the said United Kingdom current in Great Britain, to be paid to our said Lord the King, His Heirs and Successors...

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