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Colonial Service Appointments

Nature volume 158, page 702 (16 November 1946) | Download Citation

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THE following appointments in the Colonial Service have been announced: M. A. Barrett, to be agricultural officer, Kenya; J. Bowden, to be entomologist, Gold Coast; A. Simpson, to be geologist, Nigeria; R. C. Clarke, to be land surveyor, Hong Kong; R. S. A. Beauchamp, to be director of freshwater fisheries, Research Station, Jinja, Uganda; G. A. W. Dove, to be geologist, Lands and Mines Department, British Guiana; J. B. Pollock, to be metallurgist chemist, Uganda; B. W. Thompson, to be professional assistant at the Royal Observatory, Hong Kong; R. P. Davidson, agricultural officer, Malaya, to be agricultural officer, Uganda,; T. R. Hayes, senior agricultural officer, Uganda, to be principal agricultural officer, Uganda; M. G. de Courcy-Ireland, agricultural officer, Uganda, to be senior agricultural officer, Uganda; W. J. M. Irving, agricultural officer, Uganda, to be senior agricultural officer, Uganda; C. L. Skidmore, senior agricultural officer, Gold Coast, to be assistant director of agriculture, Gold Coast; J. M. Wingate, senior agricultural officer, Gold Coast, to be assistant director of agriculture, Gold Coast; G. R. G. Kerr, conservator of forests, Nigeria, to be regional assistant chief conservator of forests, Nigeria; D. R. Rosevear, conservator of forests, Nigeria, to be regional assistant chief conservator of forests, Nigeria; N. S. Stevenson, conservator of forests, Nigeria, to be regional assistant chief conservator of forests, Nigeria; M. Perks, surveyor, Nigeria, to be surveyor. Northern Rhodesia.

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