Mr E. H. Howard has been appointed head ma'tcr of the Lovell’s Flat School, Mr Thomas C. Ross, of Ross and Glendining. Ltd., has been appointed acting Vice-Consul for the Argentine Republic. Mr C. A. Richards, who died at Masterton at the age of 81 years, arrived in New Zealand in 1853, and opened the first school in Nelson _in 1854. He was in charge of that institution for 25 yejirs, and was teaching later in the Wellington and Wairarapa districts. The death occurred in Dunedin yesterday of Airs Mason, relict of Mr William Mason, who was a member of the firm of Mason and Wales, architects, and was the first Mayor of this City. When he retired from business Mr Mason went to reside at Paradise, Lake Wakatipu. After his death Airs Mason continued to live there for some time, but of later years she had spent most of her time in Dunedin. She visited the Home Country on several occasions. Mr and Airs A ; 6. Fenwick have returned to Dunedin after a trip to tho Homeland and Canada.
Air T. D. Kendall, deputy Public Trustee at Dunedin for a while, having been transferred to Christchurch, ieft this mornino. Alany business men and members of the Civil Service want to the station to sm him off; Air Kendall’s and efficiency have made him, hosts of friends ul Dunedin. * Iri the interval of the Ldedertafel concert last night tho members mustered in one-of thO ante-rooms pf Bmm Hall and
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PERSONAL, Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
PERSONAL Evening Star, Issue 15664, 1 December 1914
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