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I beg leave to present herewith an abstract of the College accounts for the past twelve months, viz., from August 1st, 1895 to July 31st. 1896.
This abstract shows that the complete total of monies received, during the year, from every source, amounts to £2625-8-11 and the expenditure of the same period is £2278-9-1 1/2, leaving a balance in favour of the College on the year's working of £346-9-9 1/2
The balance in hands on August 1st. 1895 was £300-8-4 1/2 and this added to the sum just mentioned gives the balance in hands on August 1st. of the current year, viz., £647-8-2
It may prove interesting to state
The income of this year is therefore below the average by £146-15-7 and the expenditure below the average expenditure by £467-14-4 1/2.
During the course of the year some necessary repairs and alterations have been effected in connection with the College buildings.
At the close of the last term the number of students on the College rolls was 116 – 62 Boarders and 54 Day pupils.
My Lord, Very Rev., V Rev. Fathers,
Your Obedient Servant,