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APPENDIX F.-TEACHIERS' PENSIONS, &C.
STATISTICS of the NATIONAL SCHOOL TEACHERS' (Ireland) PENSION
FUND, under the Act 42 & 43 Vict., cap. 74, for the Year ended 31st December, 1905, as furnished by the Teachers'
Pension Office, Dublin Castle. 1. The twenty-sixth year of the operation of the Act en led on the 31st December, 1903.
2. The fluctuation of numbers on the Pension List under the Act was as follows :
3. The Model School Teachers who have availed themselves of the supplemental privileges conferred under Rule 21, are as follows:
5. The Age Statistics bave been as follows, so far as they have been notified during the Years 1880-1904,
and 1905, respectively >
Only four Monitors completed five years' service on 30th June, 1905.
There was no Reid Exhibition in Trinity College, Dublin, awarded in 1905.
(2.) CARLISLE AND BLAKE PREMIUMS.
THE CARLISLE AND BLAKE PREMIUM Fund. i. The Commissioners of National Education are empowered to allocate to the teachers of ordinary National Schools the interest accruing from the Private Bequests Fund in Premiums, to be called “The Carlisle and Blake Premiums.” Teachers of Model Schools, Convent Schools, or other special schools, are not eligible for these premiums.
2. The interest from the accumulated funds available for premiums is distributed in premiums of £5 each—three for the most deserving Principal Teachers in each of the Circuits every fourth year, upon the following conditions :-(a.) That the average attendance and the regularity of the attend
ance of the pupils are satisfactory. (6) That a fair proportion of the pupils have passed in the higher
standards. (c.) That, if a boys' or mixed School, taught by a master in a
rural district, the elements of the sciences underlying agricuiture are fairly tought to the boys of the senior standards ; and, if a girls' school (rural or town), needlework is care
fully attended to. (d.) That the state of the school has been reported during the
previous two years as satisfactory in respect of efficiency, moral tone, order, cleanliness, discipline, school accounts,
supply of requisites, and observance of the Board's rules. 3. No Teacher is eligible for a premium twice in succession.
The Teachers who secured the Prizes for 1905 were :CARLISLE AND BLAKE PREmiums for the year ended 31st December, 1905.
Name in full of Teacher. Amount.
Ogilby Trust, Henry J. Phillips,
Mrs. Anne Duffy.
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