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PERSONAL.

• ■ Dr. C. W. Horn has joined the R.M.s. Mararoa a,s. ship's surgeon. Mr. E. P. NeaJe, _JL, LL.B., B. Cornhas been appointed lecturer on economics at Victoria College, (Wellington. Dr. A. W. P. (Brook-field h_ returned to Pa-pakura from Russell. He had been to Russell for the benefit of his -health. Dr. JamesCollins has.accepted the position of assistant medical officer- at Cook Islands. Mr. Justice Cooper returns to Auckland this afternoon, and will preside at the civil sittings of the Supreme Court next week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harkness, who will be remembered in connection with the Chapman-Alexander Mission, arrived in Auckland yesterday. The death is announced of Mr. E. H. ' Henderson, an old settler of Hicks' Bay, who had three brothers admirals in tho Navy.— (Press Association.)* General Birdwood returned to Dunedin front Queenstown last night, and left Dunedin to-day for Christchurch. He visits the West Coast next week. — (Press Association.) Mr. M. M. McCallum, having resigned from the position ot" chairman of the Prices Investigation Tribunal owing to being in hospital, Mi. Wesley Spragg has been appointed to the vacancy. Mr. W. H. Newton, for- 30 years headmaster of Thames school, and recently appointed headmaster of Grey Lynn school, was last night farewclled by the school committee, staff and scholars of Thames Central school. On their behalf Mr. Burns, a member of the Board of Education, presented the departing headmaster with a gold watch, suitably inscribed.

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PERSONAL. Auckland Star, Volume LI, Issue 146, 19 June 1920

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