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PERSONAL.

Mr. Thos. Coulls, of the firm-of GotSI; and' Culling, printers, "died.ait "Dunedin of Saturday. .'■''■' X; '" •■ » :- ; Mr. G". Bukihj, editor of the- WeiJflSl ton "Evening Post,"'has left for Lbndoi; via Vancouver to attend: the Imped*! Press Conference: Sir Philip Brocklehurst, of; the Nimroi expedition party, arrived; in AucUan*, 'from' Rotorua to"-day, and' leaves:,fo», .-Sydney,by the Mokoia. : Dr. James Hamilton Hall' *Baillie):»i| i 'off the- Hon. D. H: Baillie, Wellington, has.died- of scarlet feyera| f : i Hampst'ead: (Ehgjand). "ftiß ; The conference of New. Zeala-nffj£n Chambers of Commerce,- which; opena.«K Wfelliugt'on- to _orrow, will be- preaidea: over by Mr. W. G. Duthie,, ot lingt'on' Chamber; -■ ■ *• - ■ ' 9 At S'f. Mark's, St. Aiden's; and- iii«: Lower Remuera Church la-i evening, tiH Revs, w: Beattie, A. 1-Y •.'!.''. and; W. E, Conolly respectively were presented:wigjj': Easter offerings by their parishioners.^; Mr. E. C. CuttenX&Ml, in charge-ol the -Waikato district; has heen: appofeW, second Stipendiary Magistrate' atTAWsfe I land- in' consequence of' the" Mr.* R. W. Dyer to Tauranga: Mr f ij Cutten's successor will he "Mr. F. LougW X nan, of Palmerston North. '" _ The Hon. Geo. Eowlds, Minister?fi>i- | Education- andTpublic Health, wiU'pr«W«| g at the reception' to the Newv.ZealiM:' | Templars' Grand 5 Lodge' in:the* Y.llG£: 1 Hall to-night. To-morrow .the Ministe| | i will be in attendance at the Goverajneai*; ; | Buildings for- the- transaction! o f' pi*U?- | business, and will leave for Wellingtj>»] I in the evening. " "/ TV:-fi-.<il ffi ■ Miss Porter,- who'has for the" lasJT ;^>! | years- been the secretary Of the -So^wjK-; | for the Protection of Women an"£ Mm | dren, has left for Wellington,' | severed her connection with the Society'-B in order- to embark in own account. The General Cto'mmirojfjß accepted her resignation with regretyatUf.'-Bj as a souvenir presented-her Witha sple*.B did travelling dressing case.- The'; ij*?,, M bers- of the Ladies? Committee ateo sented Miss Porter with a handsbM Kj travelling rug- and' leather purse- hag. v- II His Excellency' the Governor *■' B»5;-8j Plunket, leaVesr Wanganui on' a j tour next Wednesday. He t. doing a cruiee round''both coast's; &_£%fl his return South lie will visit Ba'tfmj jl Lord Plunket is duo to'reach PalmeraW?,; Jf -North on May 10, and tendays; fe*?,-.H he will leave for Auckland to M foundation stone Of the new wing Qf*>-: M John's College, and attend' •Selwyn commemoration meeting. ... f|

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PERSONAL. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 86, 12 April 1909

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