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Ward has been, received from London that Mr Duncan F. Bauchop, lecturer in engineering *t the Ch: istchuich Technical College, has been elected an associate jiiember of tht Institute of Mechanical Engineers (A.M.1.M.E.). Thifi is the first occasion in New Zer-iand when this distinction has been granted to anyone while still a student. Mr Bauchop, who is at present sitting for h:"e final for the B.E. (mechanical), ia the youngest son of the late Mr Robert Baucnou, Port Chalmers, and received his early training with the firm o£ Stevenson and Cook. Sir Joseph Ward reaches Dunedin tomorrow evening, and will attend a meeting of all branches of the Liberal League in the Chalmers electorate to consider the position that has arisen in consenuenca of Mr Holler's indisposition*

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PERSONAL, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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