Dr R M. Mac-kay. fomwrly <>f Dunedin, who ejradiiatcd at Kdinbtnudi weoirt'y. volunteered for service when flic war broke out. His offer was accepted, nnd he is now ;i lieutenant in Ihe Army Medical Corps. Mr G. T. Dawson, of the Invercargill branch of the South British Insurance. Company, has been transferred to Dunedin. Mr Dawson (says tlw> 'Southland Times') was well known in tennis, coif, and football circles, and his loss will b? felt in these departments of sport. His sueoftssor is Vi If. S. M'Lean. of the Dunedin branch. The death is announced of a well-known Greyrnouth district resident, Mr .Tamea Ross, who -was a pioneer of the niininir days. The deceased landed in New Zealand in 1862, and, after present at the Dmistan rush, went lo Hokitika, and subsequently io Red Jacks, where he conducted a bakery Iviri,!"?;*. Later he entered into the hoHkeepinrr business. He was lo years of ai»e. A Wangamii message reports the death of Mr George Sinclair Robertson, one of the best-known and m<"*c-respected cottiers of the district. The deceased was one of th« first associated with the frozen meat industry in the district, and was for many years a, director of the Wangamii Meat Freezing Company. He represented Nelson Bros" interests in Wancanui.
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PERSONAL, Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
PERSONAL Evening Star, Issue 15634, 27 October 1914
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