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Sir Robert and Lady Stout are spending a few days in town prior to the former proceeding to Christchurch to_ attend the annual meeting of tho University Senate. A Wellington message states that amongst the successful candidates at the recent State examination of nurses were the following from Dunedin Hospital:---Edith Hay, Alice Dickens, Mary M'Curdy, Martha Campbell, Annie Garry, Mary Gillespie. Mabel Ross, Janet Burbush, Jessie Douglas, Catherine Harrington, Annie Knowlcs, Jean Arnold, Ada. 11 ore, and Lvdia Bazley. "Miss M. E. Allman-Ma reliant, M.A., former!v the principal of the, 0ta«o Girls' Hi"h School, Dunedin. has been appointed head mistress of tho St. '.Mary's School for Girls, which has been established under the. Church of England auspices at Stratford. The ' Lvttolton Times' states that Constable J. N. Thomson, in charge, of tho Rakaia. district, has been promoted to the ra.nk of sergeant and transferred to Dunedin. Constable I). Hyla.nd. of Temuka, formerly of Dunedin, has bf.on promoted to the rank of sergeant, and will be transferred to Christchurch. At a meeting of the Southland Hospital and Charitable Aid Board yesterday Dr Stanley E. Brown was appointed, subject to the' Minister's approval, to the position of medical superintendent at the Southland Hospital, a position rendered vacant throuch Dr Barclay's removal to Wellington. "There were nine, applicants forthe. position. Dr Brown has been acting in a temporary position .since T)r Barclay left, and* prior to coming south was in charge, of the Wanganui Hospital for a short period. Adjutant Middlemiss, who has been m charge of the invercargill corps of the Salvation Army for the" past two years, has received notice of his transfer (says the Southland 'Times') to Dunedin City Corps, and will leave Liverenrgill next week. Ho will be succeeded by Adjutant Sord, of Oamaru. On dit, that Mr W. J. Gerldis has resigned the editorship of the 'New Zealand Times.' and will be succeeded by Mr Samuel Saunders. A Melbourne cablegiam states that Mr Appieton has been re-elected president, of the, Australasian Steamship Owners' Association.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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PERSONAL Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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