Colonel Will was a passenger for the south by this morning's express.
Mr 0. J. Jliupor arrived in Ashburton by this afternoon's express from the north.
The Rev. J. Keallicrstom^ of Timaru, arrival in Ashburton by this, afternoon's express.
Commissioner Richards, Colonel. Rowley, Brigadier Bray, Brigadier Horo, Adjutant flay ward, and StaffCaptain Ncwby. officers of the Salvation Army, were passengers for the south by this afternoon's express?.
A London cable states that the Rev. Leonard Burrows, Bishop Suffragan of Lewes, has been appointed Bishop of Sheffield, and the- Yen. Henry Hodgson, Archdeacon of Lindisfarne, becomes' Bishop of Ipswich. .
The new Canterbury organiser for the Prohibition Party arrived in Christr church from Australia y'e&terday. Mr Arthur Toombes is the successor to the _ late Mr G. B. Nicholls, and'he antici^ pates that he will get into harness right away. Chatting with a,reporter, Mr Toombes said that he started No-license work in New South Wales, taking partin the 1907 campaign. He came "over to New Zealand in 1908, and Watched the battle here at election time as an interested spectator. Then he wentback to Queensland, and took charge of the No-license work for the whole ■ £!tate, and remained there, for five' years until his' acceptance of his pre~sent Canterbury position,.
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PERSONAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914
PERSONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914
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