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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-357

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civil service classes 355 Inquiries respecting this class should be addressed to the Secretary King's College or to Mr Wood Μ Δ The Limes North Hill Highgate Competitions for appointments in the Excise which are scattered over the United Kingdom are held twice year in June and December Candidates must be between 19 and 22 About 200 appointments have been made annually Second Class Assistants of Excise receive about £95 per year After about two years they become First Class Assist- ants with fixed salary of £95 After about two years more they become Kide Officers with £115 rising by £5 per year to £130 then Division Officers with £140 rising by £5 per year to £200 There are also higher appointments filled by selection with salaries ranging to £800 There are 100 persons receiving £200 or less and 600 receiving more BOY CLERKSHIPS "lower division" of the civil service Suitable also for Men and Boy Copyists mr walke Each course of preparation is commenced about month after the preceding boy Clerks' examination and lasts until the following examination Books required -Barnard Smith's Arithmetic Anderson's Class Book of Geography Books recommended -Johnston's Civil Service Spelling Book Ryan's Civil Service Examination Papers Simpkin 2s Johnston's Civil Service Tots Curtis's Outlines of Geography Simpkin 6d Philips' First School Atlas This class affords suitable preparation for the Men Clerks' and Excise Classes Hours of attendance -5 45 to 45 on Saturday Evenings Fees -12s 6d per period of weeks 22s 6d for the first two periods of the Course Candidates for the next Boy Clerks' examination should ζ
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