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STATION-MASTERS TRANSFERRED.

. WELLINGTON, November 11. The following transfers of station-mapters m the Government railway service have been decided oh, being rendered necessity on cc °^ n t of the new classification scheme : Mr Parsons, Hastings to Ashburton; Mr Payne, Ashburton to Napier; Mr Graham, Napier to Balolatha'; Mr Day, Balclutha to Hawera; Mr Wilson, Feilding to Woodpile; Mr Hill, Hawera to Hostings ; Mr Woodhonse, Woodville to Feilding; Mr Paton, Kelso to Lawrence ; Mr Grey, Edendale to Inglewood; Mr Kerr, Lawience to Kelso; Mr Faris, Inglewood to E lendale ; Mr Young, Hinds to Methven; Mr Gaw, Waitatito Wyndham; Mrßrown,Putaruruto Eltham; Mr Arthur, Henley to Nelson Port; Mr Ingpen, Takapau to Halcombe; Mr Kirton, Wyndham to Waitati; Mr Daniel, Halcombe so Woodlands; Mr Turner, Methven to Hinds; Mr Hall. Nelson Port to Henley; Mr Loudon, Eltham to Pukerau ; Mr Whitson, Te Aro to Takapau ; Mr Petre, Reefton to Te Aro; Mr Kerr, Woodlands to Reefton. These are only changes of locality consequent on the classification scheme. There will be some increases of pay in the lower grades, and some of the changes announced above - carry increased pay.

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STATION-MASTERS TRANSFERRED., Issue 10468, 11 November 1897

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STATION-MASTERS TRANSFERRED. Issue 10468, 11 November 1897

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