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4 edition of Camberwell place and street names and their origin, including modern housing estates and named blocks of flats. found in the catalog.

Camberwell place and street names and their origin, including modern housing estates and named blocks of flats.

Ninth sitting Thursday 27 January 2000 [Part II].

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Published by Administrator in Camberwell Borough Council

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        StatementCamberwell Borough Council
        PublishersCamberwell Borough Council
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1964
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 57 p. :
        Number of Pages70
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        Series
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While I was in my Primary Two, 1971, I think, word had it that the building was structurally unsafe as there were cracks on the wall. Could it have taken on a new name?

One such example was the Maxwell MRT Station you mentioned: while today it is the finalised name of a Thomson-East Coast Line MRT Station, back then it was the working name for what would become Tanjong Pagar MRT Station.

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Since then, Mrs Whissell fell into a deep depression and finally jumped to her death from a block of flats at Kallang some months later in the same including modern housing estates and named blocks of flats. You were wondering where the students come from. This friendly seller sold pineapple drinks at 5 cents each and would allow students to extra helping of the water without additional charges.

Thereafter, students were moved from Jaya Primary closed, mentioned in in 1983 and then back to Eunos Primary in 1984 which still occupies the former site of Jalan Eunos and Jalan Daud Primary Schools today.

Wow, typing that just made my stomach growl. I lived in Dhoby Ghaut where SOTA now stands and some of my classmates lived as far as Waterloo Street and Victoria Street. It had two canteens on separate floors and two large cargo-sized lifts to cater to the large number of students. It had four blocks — a four-storey classroom block, a science block which included an audio-visual aid room, a three-storey workshop block and a two-storey assembly hall and canteen block.

This enabled two-way communication between the headmaster and the students. Like Appreciate the information and beautiful images.

We were moved to MacPherson Secondary School and the school building were demolished.

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The original Balestier Hill Primary was in fact an amalgamated school of Balestier Hill East later Balester Hill Primary and West schools which opened and merged in 1965 and 1986 respectively.

All the remaining school students continue their study in the next year at Holy innocent pri school. Classes in other levels were continued while the Education Ministry studied the situation. The production crew apparently came during one of the morning assemblies and students on the assembly ground were instructed to clap for a scene and they had to do so several times until the director was satisfied! It was earmarked in 1988 to close due if demand still continued to wane in the following years.

1966 official opening of Kim Seng Technical School Kim Seng Technical had several blocks.