Mr W. Dixon, for the past five years local superintendent of tho Colonial' Mutual Office in Dunedin, has received notice of his transfer to the charge of tho Auckland office, and will leave for his new position by tho PaJoona. Mr W. S. Culbert hae been appointed Mr Dixon's successor. At tho North-east Valley bowling pavilion on Saturday evoniiur. Mr Cecil Murray, the youngest con of Major Murray, was presented with/ a case of pipes from the bowling section and a pair of field glasses by the tennis members, the occasion being Mr Murray's departure to join the reinforcements at tho Trent ham tamp. Mr F. S. Knight (president of the club) made tho presentations, and spoke of the high esteem in which Mr Murray was held by the Valley menihers. Several members endorsed these remark?, the proceedings being brought to a close by tho singing of tho National Anthem.
Tl|e following officers have been appointed as a court-martial (general or district) :—Colonel A. W. Robin, C.8., C.M.G., Commandant, and QuartermasterGeneral Now Zealand Forces; Colonel J. 0. Nichols, V.D., A.D.C., officer commanding tho Otago military district, and commander Otago Mounted Rifle Brigade; Colonel R. W. Tate, officer commanding the Wellington military district, and commander Wellington Infantry Brigade; Lieutenant-colonel J. E. Hume, Royal New Zealand Artillery, officer commanding tho Auckland military district.
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PERSONAL, Evening Star, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914