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PERSONAL

'The death is announced at- Chrirtrhureh of Mr Oeorq,- Harns, solii'itor. He. wa- it son ot the late Yen. Ar.hdearon Chamber--llarri-. of Akaroa. and was l>orn in 1867. Tie kip admitted to the Bar about t!i3 year 1830. .and had been practising as ;i sola ilor in Chri'-tchnreh ever «inre. JTa wic- very well known in athletic, and swimti.ing eir-.'l"-. ami had hern j.resident ~{ the New Zealand Swimming Council sinra IH.J3. Jn the year ISB7 he was a Canterbury football rcprei-enlat.ive. player. 1!o v.a- for a number of year« prominently connerleii with ihe Anqlicim Church, ami tut, on tin- q'overiiing body of Christ's Ooi-Ir-je and the Rhode; < 'onralci ent Home. lie v;i. Abo qreatly interested in the Tcr< ntoriai movement, and wa- one of tho or-giini-ei-s el" the Honorniy Territorials, arid a ;'■ ■■'. ve.u - i.'M held the rank of lieutenant in the' ]•; P.aite.y ~| Hie yolnnteer-. Hleave-- a. widow- and 'ir eoiis and four daoqht. m. On t): -a-;..n of Mi-* Evelyn Smith leavmq lie' -t :■■ i • ~: the .Morm'iurtoii 80..-. otiqh loiiiied i M -: fellow-employees met ami pre-eiited her with a, dressing ra«ij suitably i.-m i-ibed. Mr Thorn, making tie* lee'-.-i.tai i n. I'fer.cd f,, tiie able and obliging manner in whieh Mis? Smith had c.-.-i-ied out her variou- dutir«. and wished lirr e" r-i \ -tii-cc-' in the future. Mr I).' L. Freeman. X.IJ.A. and Ph.D., of Sydney, ha-, been appnint. d agtHultuiTl in-fntctir to (!,(. Southland Education Board. * News from Fiji stales that Rata, Jem!. Madraiwiwi. who is Hoko Tui, or high <hi"f. of the Tailpvti district in the Fiji Islands, has two sons fighting for the Empire. The elder son, Sukuna, proceeded] to the front from Oxford University, Th« other son. Charley, who was at Collepe, Melbourne, has joined an Australian contingent. Our Wellington correspondent advises that the resignation of ilr George Hogben will take effect as from January 31, and that ho will be succeeded &s Inspectorfieneral of iSchools and Director of Education within the Dominion by Dr W. J. Anderson, tho present deputy InspactorGcr.eral.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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