NORTHERN CRUISE AND' AFTER. The Tuta-nekai left at 4.30 this morning for Kawau. her first plsce'-flf'' .call on the Kbrthern cruise, the .partr ton board including Lord and Lady , Plirriket. and their three youngest child- y ren, Captain .the .Hon..'•' Hardy and Captam. J„ W AJXG.'s, •MiyTff.C.. Waterfield (priTst* secretary); and Mrs Waterfield, Mm Hill, Dr. and Mrs Wilson, of 'Paijierswifi North, Miss ,M. Johnson, of Taksptn, (Hawke's Bay), Miss Anson, and Mr Logan, ofSNapier. New Plymouth will be reached: 05 May 5, and his Excellency./ will>;iMj| attend the annual commnnicatiori of the New Zealand Grand Masonic Lodge, On the 19th prox. he will, open tk» new building for the Jubilee Institw for the Blind, and attends Centenary celebration at the Chora! 1 Hall in the evening. Next day Lord Pluriket will present- the prize? and.'leSriS ■ tificates'of the Auckland'cehtre' St. John Ambulance Association,"; »rf will stay, over inyAuckland for Ejnpirl Day (May 24). It is probable that' tht Governor will visit the Cook Mindl-.' in H.M.S. Cliallenger in.the early p»r| of June, returning to Wellington il time for the opening of Parliament. ..
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THEy GOVERNOR., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
THEy GOVERNOR. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
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