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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-495

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CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES 493 Ī· Arithmetic 6d and Boy Clerks' and Customs Arithmetic Papers 8d both to be had at the College by Students only Recommended -Spelling Vocabulary Chambers Qd Abbott's How to Write Clearly for Composition Seeley Is 6d Collins's Progressive Atlas Is Qd King's College Tots 6d to be had at the College by Students only Boy Clerks -Limits of age 15 and 17 rate of pay 14s per week rising Is per week per year Boy Clerks are not retained as such after the age of 20 They are excused the Preliminary Examination for Men Clerkships They are eligible after two years' service or if 17 before appointed after one year's service to compete among themselves for Men Clerkships they are also eligible for the Open Com- petitions for Men Clerkships at any time if between 17 and 20 the ordinary limits of age Boy Clerk who has served period of two years or more can obtain an extension of the maximum limit of age for Men Clerkships equal to such period and this privilege is not lost if he should be discharged at 20 Office hours generally 10 to Holidays with pay from fortnight to month per year in addition to the Bank Holidays &c One who has passed the Boy Clerk's Examina- tion can while awaiting appointment obtain employment as Boy Copyist without further examination As the competition for men Clerkships is so severe no un- necessary interval should elapse after ceasing to prepare for Boy Clerkship and before joining the Men Clerks Class Students can if necessary be transferred to the Men Clerks' Class before the expiration of their fee and proportionate period of attendance will be allowed -EXCISE See page 486 for arrangements that are common to all Classes in Division Competitions are generally held twice year-in May and November At the present time they are uncertain Courses of preparation commence about the end of Decern- ber and June and continue until the May and November
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