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Mr 11. V. Searle, of Dunedin. has been appointed to the vacancy on the staff of the New Plymouth High School caused by the. departure fer the front of Mr V. J. Hall, M.A. The death is announced of Mr James MacGregor. ayefl 59 years, who was well known in Southland and elsewhere ns the president and drum-major of the Southland Pipe Band, and ns a member cf the Highland and the (.'akdonian Societies. 'Jim death occurred at Wellington last week of Mr James Stephens, who joined the .National Hank cf Now Zealand in 1875 as accountant at. Christchurch. and afterwards acted at different times as submanager in Dunedin, and as manager at Timaru and Napier, and from 2883 (ill his retirement on pension in 1910, held tne highly responsible position of accountant in the general manager's office.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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