To-day. a'banquet is being tendered to Mr, John-Stevensj "ex-M;P. for Manawatu. The Premier is attending tlie "f unction.' ■" Most of* the Cabinet Ministers are in Wellington. The Prime Minister is.now at Marton, arid Hen. G. Fowlds' Is at Kaikoura, while. Hon. D. Buddo is. in the Auckland .district. ... ._. ~...; ... ,'" In. a recent report, Mr. "A.. J- Entrican. was. credited withibeing chairman, of tha Auckland Fire Board. That gentleman was, however, only acting-chairman in taa absence of Mr. David Goldie. ; Mr. J. A. ELinsella, former Dairy Commissioner for New Zealand, has resigned his position of Chief Dairy Expert to the Westraliari' Government' to , represent a Sydney firm in New South' Wales and Queensland. A Press Association telegram states that Mr F. Andrews, for many years a member of the' secretarial staff of the>. late Rt. Hon. R. J".. Seddon, has been appointed to succeed Mr Willis as secretary of the Cabinet. The candidates so far announced for the Wellington mayoralty are Messrs. F. M. B. Fish'er,"T. MvWilford, and Dr. Newraati. Mr. John Hutchinson, one time a Parliamentary representative of the capital, has declined' to stand. - '_ - " A New Zealand boy, Mr.C.W.,B. Littlejohn, has gained the Rhodes. Scholarship for Victoria for. 190$. Mr. Littlejohn has had a brilliant career and is nineteen years of. age. His, is a son of "Mr. W. Littlejohn, M.A., of Nelson College andScots College, Melbourne. ....' .',..,, Hon. D. Buddo, Minister, of Public Health, and Dr. Mason, District ; Health Officer, visited the State farm at Ruakura I yesterday. Next week the Minister will make his first official visit to Auckland, but before doing so he will proceed to Cambridge and Rotorua, and will visit the) tree planting camp for consumptives at Kafere. ■■(
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