IN A NUTSHELL.
The average number of inmates in i lie Veterans' Home at Auckland has been 39 per month ; and tho avera>-'•'' •'••je of present inmates 78 years. Great watisfaetion was expressed with the management of Major Carpenter. Mr David M'Larcn has boon ehoseu as Labor candidate for Wellington, Mr Hiudmarsh. M.P., for Wellington South, and Mr F. L. Mooro for Wellington Suburbs. Mr Skerrett, K.C., is defending Thomas W. Maude, who is on trial at Christchurch to-day for alleged theft of trust moneys (£1,000) belonging to Elizabeth Harnett.' ' Mr James Brown went to Wellington to-day to attend the annual meeting of the council of the Accountants' Society. The Rev. Percy Knight, 8.A., of Christchurch, will visit Dunedin next month and preach at the special services in connection with the Octagon Hall anniversary.
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IN A NUTSHELL., Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
IN A NUTSHELL. Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
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