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-A number of Salvation Army cadets who | have completed training at the William Booth Memorial College, were given their; commissions at Wellington last evening : by Commissioner Houder at an impressive service in the Army Citadel. The following appointments were made: —Captain and Mrs Eraser, to Milton ; Captain and Mrs Flawke.s, to Riven on: Captain and Mrs Whitley, to Wyndham; .Lieutenant 'Ruby Brown, to the Rescue Home, Auckland"; Lieutenant Xora Christopherson, to the Receiving Home, Cisborne: Lieutenant Edith Armstrong, to Denniston; Lieutenant Ethel Buckingham, to Oxford ; Lieutenant Emily V. Campoell, to Taihape ; Lieutenant William H. Car- 1 roll, to Reefton ; Lieutenant Frank Cornes, to Waipawa ; Lieutenant Mabel Dodds, to Auckland; Lieutenant Leslie Fordos, to Cambridge ; Lieutenant Wallace Foster, to Lawrence ; Lieutenant Herbert R. Hansen, to Leeston ; Lieutenant Bessie E. Harford, to Onehunsa: Lieutenant Edith Mac-kinder, to Ash hurst; Lieutenant Hose i Marshall, to Wellington ; Lieutenant Lucy Mason, to the Auckland People's Palace ; Lieutenant Elizabeth Middleton, to Tirunner ton ; Lieutenant Emily I. Parkinson, to Raetihi; Lieutenant Robert J. Ptillin, to Palmerston ; Lieutenant Arthur M. Scrivinor, to Bluff ; Lieutenant Charles C. Weavers, to Cieorgo Town; Lieutenant Eva. Wilkinson, to Paeroa: Captain William E. P. Atherfold, to Kilburnie. Other appointments: Captain Annie L. Bay and Lieutenant Jessie Ronnie, to Rotorua; Captain Etigene F. Sherson and Lieutenant Mabel Sanson, to Wyndham ; Captain William R. Duckett and Lieutenant Reben Tremajh, to Herbert.

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SALVATION ARMY, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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SALVATION ARMY Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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