1897 in New Zealand - Appointments and Awards

Appointments and Awards

  • Primate of New Zealand — William Cowie (Bishop of Auckland)
  • Bishop of Christchurch — Churchill Julius
  • Bishop of Dunedin — Samuel Nevill
  • Bishop of Nelson — Charles Mules
  • Bishop of Waiapu — Leonard Williams
  • Bishop of Wellington — Frederic Wallis

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