Submitted by Christine Gorman
From the Daily Examiner, June 15, 1896.
Total number of marks, 1,400; necessary to obtain a license, 840.
Donald Montgomery, Valleyfield, 1,095
Wm. S. Lea., Tryon, 1,091
Wm. Haberlin, Murray Harbor, 1040
Howard Dutcher, city, 997
Frank Sterns, city, 983
Malcolm Matheson, Heatherdale, 965
Bernard Macdonald, St. Dunstan's 942
Frank Delahunty, Cherry Valley, 935
Wm. McKie, city, 929
Chas. C. Richards, city, 928
Harry McFarlane, Souris, 919
Edgar Shaw, Brackley Point, 904
John Grant, Millview, 891
Alma Robertson, city, 890
Maggie Curley, city, 873
Hensley Stavert, Freetown, 853
Guy Cameron, Murray Harbor, 852
Nellie Nicholson, Crapaud, 841
The following have failed to make the number of marks required to obtain a first-class license, have passed for second-class in the order of merit.
Eva Beers, city
Maggie Gaffney, Summerside
Genevieve Macdonald, Cardigan
Mabel Burrows, Summerside
Susie Nash, city
Robert Smith, city
Louise Gaffney, Summerside
Brinsley Foley, St. Dunstan's
Oscar Roberts, Murray Harbor
John McPherson, Uigg
John W. McLeod, Uigg
Edith Finlayson, city.
Total number of marks, 1400; necessary to obtain a license, 840:
Wm. E. Cameron, Cross Rivers, 1117
Arthur Doyle, Victoria, 1088
Maggie McFadyen, Royalty, 1070
Arsine Poirier, Miscouche, 1952
Bruno Martin, Rustico, 1047
John J. Campbell, Greenvale, 1046
Nellie McCarthy, Tignish, 1942
Cecilia Cass, East Wiltshire, 1035
Geo. A. Hardy, Alberton, 1034
Wm. McMillan, Lower Montague, 1034
Daniel Croken, Freetown, 1029
Edmund Grady, Hope River, 1027
John Robertson, city, 1026
Daniel Johnston, Brackley Point, 1023
Fred. Clarke, Alberton, 1019
Thos. D. Carruthers, Victoria, 997
Lemuel Miller, city, 995
Mary Malone, Kelly's Cross, 986
Mary Nantes, Maplewood, 984
Charles Lund, Mount Herbert, 982
Joseph Doyle, French Village, 981
John McLeod, Hartsville, 978
Ernest Bowness, Kensington, 976
Clara Hall, Summerside, 974
Chester Arthur, Alberton, 974
Regina Macdonald, Kelly's Cross, 973
James McGuigan, South Melville, 966
Fred. Bowness, Kensington, 964
James Rodd, Brackley Point, 963
Harry Ritchie, city, 959
John Lacey, Tracadie, 959
Ernest Weeks, Fredericton, 937
Ada Schurman, Long Creek, 950
Sadie Fraser, Belmont, 948
Samuel Nicholson, Souris West, 946
Angus McWilliams, Eldon, 944
Kate Ready, Tignish, 939
Warburton Murray, Fredericton, 937
Fenton T. Aitken, Lower Montague, 934
Maggie McLaughlin, Tracadie, 931
Sarah Ready, Tignish, 931
Ella Morrow, Souris, 924
Archibald Smith, New Glasgow, 920
Veronica Trainor, South Melville, 917
Louise Barrett, city, 904
Wallace Ellis, Suffolk, 896
Temple McIntyre, Souris, 893
Eliza McKenzie, Flat River, 893
Pius Ellis, Cross River, 891
Minnie Duffy, Fort Augustus, 888
Eugenie Macdonald, Kelly's Cross, 886
Mary Laird, Summerside, 882
Minnie Keith, Montague, 882
Harriet McFarlane, Sea Cow Head, 881
Florence Phillips, Murray Harbor, 879
Harriet Matthews, Alberton, 877
Frank Egan, Mount Stewart, 864
D. J. McCarthy, Souris West, 862
George Montgomery, Alberton, 862
Linnie Dingwell, Souris, 861
Ernestine Grant, Millview, 860
Foster White, Alberton, 857
Elliott Fraser, Montague, 854
Mary Dunphy, Souris, 849
Annie Koughan, Elliotvale, 846
Maggie Mahar, St. Mary's Road, 839
Mary E. Smith, Roseneath, 836
H. R. Vessey, York, 836
Janie McDonald, Indian River (no mark given.)
Note - By consent of the Board of Education, those whose names appeared in the issue of the 27th ult, as winners of diplomas, were not required to take the license examinations; consequently their names do not appear in the above list.
From the Daily Examiner, May 27, 1896:
PRINCE OF WALES COLLEGE
The Commencement exercises to be Held at the Opera House.
The Commencement Exercises of the Prince of Wales College will take place in the Opera House this evening at eight o'clock. An admission fee of ten cents will be charged to cover expenses. The following programme has been prepared for the occasion.
Essay - "Robert Burns"
Essay - "Joan of Arc"
Essay - "Keats"
Chorus - "Rule Britannia"
Valedictory - Edwin Crockett.
Chorus - "Trabling (?) Back to Georga (?)"
Misses L. and A. Anderson.
Presentation of Medals and Diplomas.
D. Ross, F. White, H. Ritchie and W. Bradley.
Addresses by Dr. McPhail and Judge Fitzgerald.
Address to Graduates
J. H. Bell, M. A.
Chorus - "Old Man Moses"
Address - Lieutenant Governor Howlan.
Chorus - "May God Preserve Thee, Canada."
God Save the Queen.
Following is the HONOUR LIST.
Edwin Crockett, York, 95
Edith Anderson, Summerside, 93
Montague Johnstone, Montague, 90
Margaret James, Charlottetown, 88
Daniel Ross, Bedeque, 88
Addison Anderson, Greenwich, 87
Parmenas McLeod, Georgetown, 86
Carrie Holman, Summerside, 81
Frederick Haszard, Charlottetown, 79
First Class, Ordinary Diplomas __
Elsie McNeill, Bayview, 91
Vernon Shaw, Brackley Point, 88
Morley Seller, Union Road, 86
Herbert Martin, Montague, 85
Sadie Robertson, Carleton, 84
Cyrus McMillan, Charlottetown, 84
Alexander Campbell, Souris West, 84
Beatrice McIntyre, Charlottetown, 83
Edwin Simpson, St. Eleanors, 83
Edgar Sterns, Charlottetown, 83
Ida Scott, North River, 81
Norman A. Campbell, Darlington, 81
Stuart McNeill, Rocky Point, 81
Mabel Yeo, Charlottetown,80
William Newson, Charlottetown, 79
Lizzie Dickieson, New Dominion, 76
Percy Crosby, Marshfield, 75.
Second Class Ordinary Diplomas -
Edna Laird, Bedeque, 73
C. C. Richards, Charlottetown, &0
Frank Sterns, Charlottetown, 66
Daniel McRae, Charlottetown, 65.
The McPhail Gold Medal, awarded to the best student - Edwin Crockett.
Governor-General's Silver Medal, for excellence in Mathematics - Edith Anderson.
Vice Chancellor's Medal, awarded to the best student in English - Margaret James.
Governor-General's Bronze Medal, awarded to the best teacher - Addison Anderson.