Image from page 170 of “Natal province : descriptive guide and official hand-book” (1911)
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Title: Natal province : descriptive guide and official hand-book
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Tatlow, A.H South African Railways. Publicity Dept
Publisher: Durban, Natal : South African Railways Printing Works
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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,i ANNI H0 I SAN COLLECI FOR GIRLS I I 11 I IATAI From a Bmall in P taken o /er in ! September, liin whal •• nee kno thai city, has sprung the I jAnne I he numbers hmodation, il was pi.it 11 Mi on Ro I he Poundal ion I xcelleney thi on Aug the completed buildingon September 8th, 1904. The new colli gtaining a chapel. Iar| ills, class roon dormitories with separate cubicle- h in 18 acres of ground in Pull view Drakei range. The grounds are well laid out in gar-hockey field, tennis courts, el The elimrr bracing. There is an excellent water supply and a private laundry. Full advantage is taken of the facilities for Nature study afforded by the admirablesituation of the school. There are opportunities for learning scientific bee-keeping andgardening. Wattle Plantation
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St. Annes Diocesan College for Girls The education is similar to that given in English high schools. Pupils are preparedfor the Cape University Examinations. Cambridge University Local Examinations. Royal Collegeof Music, and Royal Drawing Society Examinations. All information may be obtained fromthe Lady Warden. HILTON COLLEGE Hilton College, a public school for boys (boarders only), was founded in 1872 by theRev. W. Newnham, who was succeeded in 1878 by Mr. H. V. Ellis. In 1903 the school wasacquired by the Old Boys. an influential committee of whom form the governing body. 150 The school is ideally situated, five miles from Hilton Road station, on an estate of1760 acres. New buildings were opened in May, 1905, providing accommodation for 100boarders. A favourable opportunity only is waited for extension of these. The school admitsboys from the age of 12 years to 19 years, but there is also a preparatory department forboys from eight to 12 years of age. The curriculum of the college
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