It is now definitely announced that Dr William John Anderson, Assistant Inspec-tor-general of Schools, will succeed Mr Hogben, C.M.G-., as Inspector-general and Director of Education, as from February 1. Mr C. .T. Martin, who for the. last 10 years has been manager ol the Invercargill branch of Sargcod, Son, and Ewen. lias been appointed manager of that company's Dunedin warehouse. He, will be succeeded at Invercargill by Mr A. Cramond, who for several years acted as northern traveller for the Dunp.din house. An Ingtewood telegram states that Mr Herbert B. Curtis, ihe oldest residential settler and a former Mayor, died unexpectedly last- evening. The Hon. J. Allen will return to Wellington on Wednesday or Thursday. A Reef ton telegram states that Mrs W. ■S. Ilindmarsh died last night, aged 80. .She leaves a grown-up family, who <tre scattered oil over the Dominion. Mrs M'Quillian, an early pioneer, is also dead. .She was 79 years cf age. Mr Lionel Grcenstreet. eldest son of Captain O. H. Greenstreet, commander of the s.s. Remucia, has been appointed chief officer of the Fndura.nce, which takes the Shackle ton Fspedition to the Antarctic.
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PERSONAL, Evening Star, Issue 15691, 4 January 1915