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HAWKE'S BAY BEQUESTS.

LATE SIR DOUGLAS MACLEAN. STATION HANDS REMEMBERED. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) NAPIER, this day. Under the will of the late Sir Douglas Mac Lean, whose estate has been sworn at under £750,000, the following bequests are made:—£soo to the Hawke's Bay Agricultural and Pastoral Society, £1000 to Napier Hospital, £1000 to Waipukurau Hospital, £100 to the Hawke's Bay Children's Home, £100 to the Hawke's Bay Highland Society; £1000 to a pension or superannuation fund for the clergy of the Waiapu diocese, £1000 to the fund established for pensions for ministers of the Presbyterian Church in Hawke's Bay, £3500 'to Te Makarini scholarships and prize fund.

The will contains many provisions for the payment of annuities to old friends and employees, and also bequests of substantial sums to over 20 employees, and of a year's wages in addition to every employee who has been in the service of the deceased for five years and upwards. There is further provision for all children of employees residing upon Maraekakaho Station, if born upon that station. Provision is made for members of deceased's family, and the residue goes to deceased's children.

It is known that during the war Sir Douglas donated to various war funds about £.3000.

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HAWKE'S BAY BEQUESTS., Auckland Star, Volume LX, Issue 36, 12 February 1929

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HAWKE'S BAY BEQUESTS. Auckland Star, Volume LX, Issue 36, 12 February 1929

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