"At the annual school meeting on Monday it was voted to raise $23,000 tor the current expenses or' the coming year, and to p:iy a temporary loan ot $5,000. Tüere are to be ''J weeks of school Instead OÍ 40, as berelofore. The sums of $000. and $250. were voted tor a lot for janitor's house and for books to be added to the library respectively. Instruction in the schools eost during the past year $20,908, and the total expenditures were $38,122.03. $8,75C 35 of the latter amount were expended on the new school l.ouse n the Cth ward. The cash on hand is $7,107.39 which will probably be needed to complete the new building. $160,000 s the estimated value of the school property, and 2, 79S the nimiber of pupils entitled to draw public uioney, in this district. Superintendent Perry's report gives the total enrollment in 18S2-83 as 1945, with an average attendance of 1,354. The number of non-residents was 400. In the primary grade the total cost of education was $11.1)7; In the grammar grade, $16.80; in the high school, $29,75; and the average cost per capita in all grades $18.43. The high school enrollment has been 505, being 12 more than during the preceding year. 300 of this number are non-residents and paid into the district treasury nearly the whole amount received from tuition, $5,085.90.