Mb-> Stella. Barley, mistress at the Manngatua School, line been recommended ior tho position of junior assistant at- the North-cast Valley NLool. Mr J. .d. tJ. Raimi, vho for ihc past seven yeara has Ix-tn on the Oe-ioms binding stal! at V cllington, bec been transferred on promotion to Dunedin as tirstLoado examining officer. Tl<- will assume duty here nexi week Tho following nio.M-.-, ri tho Dunedin Hospital are entering for the Slate examination in December : —Nurses Makcig, Arnold, Al'Curdy, More, Hay. Gillespie, ibiiit-y. Douglas, MTnUre, Bazley, Barren, Knowles, Campbell. Harrington, Ross. Dickens, and Burbusli. The ’following nurses have completed their three months’ trial satisfactorily, and have signed agreements to remain in the service of the Hospital Board for four years : —Nurses Ryan. Lyre burn. Coppin* Holden. Darroeh, and Brewster. Dr Mortcnsen, marine biologist, of the Copenhagen Museum, after interesting work at Port Jackson, leaves for New Zealand nest week. ~ A P.A. message states that Mr F. A. Aircy has been chosen as the Auckland candidate for the New Zealand Rhodes Scholarship.
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PERSONAL, Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914
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