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Table showing for each County the number of Schools in operation on the
31st December, 1905, and the Religious Denominations of the Pupils on the Rolls of the Schools.
TABLE showing, according to Provinces and Counties, the number of Pupils on the Rolls on 31st December, 1905, of 5,889 Schools attended solely by pupils of one Denomination.
There are eight other schools with unmixed attendance which cannot be brought under the hearlings in this Table, viz. : - Ballymena Model B. (Antrim, Newry Model B. (Down), and Limerick Model B. (Limerick), with only Protestant pupils on the rolls but with both R.C. and Protestant teachers, West Dublin Model Inft. (Dublin) with exclusively R.C. pupils but with R.C. and Protestant teachers, Newtownstewart Model Girls School in cbarge of a Roman Catholic Mistiese but with only Protestant papils on the rolls, two schools, one in Dublin the other in Cork, under R.C. teachers with Jewish, attendance exclusively, and Donegal P.L.U. school in charge of a Protestant teacher but with only R.C. pupils (8) on the Rolls.
TABLE showing, according to Provinces and Couuties, the number of Pupils
Schools which were attended by both
of each Denomination on the Rolls on the 31st December, 1905, of 2,762 Roman Catholic and PROTESTANT Pupils.
The following table, compiled from returns furnished through the managers, shows for each province and county the amounts received by the teaching staff in (a) school fees, and also (6) their receipts from other sources of local aid during the year ended 31st December, 1905.
• In addition to this amount the sum of £1,338 58. 9d. collected as school fees in Model schools in 1905 was paid to Model school teachers bofore the close of the inapoia) year.