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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-358

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356 civil service classes lose no time in joining the class as the examinations are held at short intervals Subjects of Examination -Handwriting highest marks attainable 400 Orthography 400 Arithmetic 400 English Composition 200 Geography 200 Copying Manuscript 200 Inquiries respecting this class should be addressed to the Secretary King's College or to Mr Walee 23 Heaton Road Peckham Bye Boy Clerks -Limits of age 15 to 17 Salary begins at 14s per week and rises Is per week per year Boy Clerks are not retained as such after the age of 19 but they are eligible after two years' service to compete among themselves for certain number of Men Clerkships They are also eligible to compete in the Open Competitions for Men Clerk- ships at any time if between the prescribed limits of age Office hours generally 10 to or 11 to Examinations are generally held at intervals varying from four to six months Men Copyists -Candidates maybe of any age over 18 Rate of pay lOd per hour Boy Copyists -Limits of age 14 to 18 Rate of pay 4d increasing to 6d per hour Examinations for Men and Boy Copyists are held at intervals of two or three months Hours of employment from six to seven hours per day Hobdays with pay fortnight per year in addition to the Bank Holidays &c OUTDOOR CUSTOMS MR WALKE Books required -Barnard Smith's Arithmetic Books recommended -Johnston's Civil Service Spelling Book Ryan's Civil Service Examination Papers Johnston's Civil Service Tots Hours of Attendance 45 to 30 on Saturday evening and on one additional evening in each pericd
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