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Colonial Service Appointments

Nature volume 141, page 1094 (18 June 1938) | Download Citation



THE following appointments and promotions have recently been made in the Colonial Service: R. O. Roberts, field geologist, Uganda ; W. L. Stapleton, inspector of mines, Malaya ; F. G. Bridges, inspector of plants and produce, Nigeria ; M. J. Douglass, agricultural officer, Sierra Leone ; J. Ford, entomologist, Tsetse Research Department, Tanganyika Territory ; K. S. Hocking, secretary, Tsetse Research Department, Tanganyika Territory ; A. R. Jones, meteorological assistant, Sierra Leone ; A. G. Robertson, field officer, Tsetse Research Department, Tanganyika Territory ; F. L. Vanderplank, field officer, Tsetse Research Department, Tanganyika Territory ; E. F. Whiteside, field assistant, Tsetse Research Department, Tanganyika Territory ; T. W. Brown (agricultural officer), botanist, Research Branch, Department of Agriculture, Malaya ; B. G. A. Low (botanist, Research Branch, Department of Agriculture), agricultural officer, Field Branch, Malaya ; F. B. Higgins (senior inspector of mines, Nigeria), senior inspector of mines, Gold Coast; H. H. Cobon (assistant superintendent of surveys), superintendent of surveys, Malaya ; F. W. Abbott (laboratory assistant, Medical Department), laboratory assistant, Grade I, Medical Department, Gold Coast ; P. A. Clearkin (formerly deputy director of Laboratory Service, Tanganyika Territory), bacteriologist and pathologist, British Guiana (temporary appointment) ; C. K. Robinson (agricultural assistant), agricultural superintendent, Saint Vincent ; G. C. Stevenson (assistant botanist, British West Indies Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station, Barbados), botanist, Sugar Cane Research Station, Mauritius.

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