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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-493

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CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES into Summaries 4d to be had at the College by Students only King's College Arithmetic and Book-keeping Papers 9d to be had at the College by Students only Recommended Spelling Vocabulary Chambers 6c7 Abbott's How to Write Clearly for Composition Seeley Is 6d Mackay's Physiography Blackwood Is 6c Col- lins's Progressive Atlas Is 6d King's College Tots 6c to be had at the College by Students only Men Clerhs -Candidates must be between 17 and 20 About nine-tenths of the Appointments are in London Subject to the convenience of the public service successful candidates are allowed choice of locality and choice of offices Men Clerks rise by triennial increments of £15 from £95 to £250 in seven-hour offices and from £80 to £200 in sis-hour offices see nest paragraph The most competent of them may receive extra pay not exceeding £100 year They may after ten years' service be promoted exceptionally to the Higher Division They are at any time eligible for the open Competitions for the Higher Division and all other Appoint- ments if between the prescribed limits of age and the upper limit is extended in favour of persons already in the service see on page 486 The Second Report of the Royal Commission recommends that the Lower Division shall be called the Second Division that the salary shall rise from £70 to £100 by £5 annually to £190 by £7 10s to £350 by £10 and that the ten years' limitation for promotion to the Higher Division shall be abolished The scheme of Examination may not improbably be extended The recommendation that the commencing salary shall be £70 has already been adopted Customs Outport Clerks-The term Oidportis applied to all the Ports of the United Kingdom where there is Customs Establishment excepting London alone These appointments are in future to be filled partly by examinations limited to out-door Officers of Customs see page 497 and partly by open examinations The limits of age for the open examin- ations are 17 and 20 2nd Class Clerks rise from £70 by £5
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