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PERSONAL., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909
Mr. Justice Cooper is a guest at the •Northern Club. .""■■■.■ • ■ Lady Jane Gathorne Hardy,will.be •;: passenger for Sydney by the Wimmera on Monday. . ■'• '■ - _ .;_ ;..-.■"■;•■ , Dr. and Mrs Casement. Aickin: were passengers by tli'd Waikare for Lyttelton this afternoon. .;.., v , '■-..■ ' ; The appointment of Mr John Thomson as Chief. Clerk of the' Lands Department at; Napier is gazetted. ;' Among the passengers booked for< Sydney by the Wiiniriera on Monday«-are the Revs. A. Miller and R. L. Walker. Mr Charles Rout,. of- the 7 Land and Income; Tax Department, ''Wellingtoiv is spending a few days ,4n _ Auckland. ' Mr George"-Moody, of "Onehunga, and Miss Moody, are.going away by; the Sydney boat on Monday upon a'liolidaytour. .:lMr T. Browrij .of Chnstctiurclii. is expected to arrive on 'a .visit to Auckland to-morrow,, and will stay at the Star Hotel. - >~ ... '"' "' .! .■Mγ,'.!; A.V.P. _at. Aucklahd,'.has' "been" days past with a somewhat.severe, attack of lumbago. ': / ■■'::.".' * ' ■ land •. Mrawho have been staying at the Grand Hotel for the'past'twd'of-three days, will leave by the Sydney'boat on-Monday. Mr.' and Mrs. J. Tl Evans ""and . the -Misses -Evans, of Gisborne/wejce "passengers from Te Aroha by the express, Jast night, and are staying-at the' Star ;HoteL ■■■ The,-. Rev, J.- J. Mather, .who has. "been appointed a pastor of the Whangarei Mgthodist/Cliiirfelii left with_Mrs-j jyiather ■by the Ngapuhi last night for iris new charge. /,, _ ' „._. ~-"• Mr E. Miller, a Melbourne gentleman who is -touring »the "Dominion, is at present a guest at the Star-Hotel,-having arrived by the Ebtdrua'Cexpress. " ; .last night. "" ' : ~~'iZ ~'~"i ""j.%.IV : Z^T^ ' - The'- Right Revv Bishop of 'Christch'urch,i 'and:',Miss'.'JuifnSj..:£re,,ex;pected,. to', arrive,, in. AuckJAnd ,tQrnipj:row. They will, be guests at the Star Hotel Tintil. Afonday, whenTthey: Australia by the Wimnierai "■■■ liieutenant-Colonel; -'hai just retired from; the spector of Prisons ,u^der~- superannuation, has beeia nbniina'te'd- ! fbr a ieal' on the - Wellington Gity Council., w L"-t..<. Mr W. G. Fletcher, thief clerk: in the Auckland .office of. the Stamp .Department, been prbnioted to the position of' Deputy Commissioner pi Stamps'and Assistant Registrar;of Companies:.:... • Mr. R. A. Kirk wood, who has resigned ■Mβ position .from Messrs. E. H. Abbott and Co., Ltd., was. to-day the of/a presentation from the warehouse staff in the form of a. handsome walking stick. ■ .-■. •--'.>■ ■ ...■'.,.■„■ ;•;• Mr- John;-Murray has -beeh\appointed Deputy Commissioner of "Stamps-and'iAa-sistant-Registrar , of T.'CojnpaTiies"-iil"£the head office of.'the Stamp, D.epaT.tmeiilr.tslr. C. H. ■ W.: 'Dixou:. is .also:. gazetted -a:Deputy Commissioner of Stamps^---!--_■ .' The; Hon. Jas. ; Carrollj Native- Affaire, arrived in 'Auckland*' this morning by the : Main Trunk train, accompanied by his private.secretary; Mr. W. T." Gordon. -The -Minister Ijy the 1 ten ■•o'clock ekpreSs to attend' the Maori gathering at Waahi. - *; :":"" -j. ! ' A pleasant function, took place inthe .solicitors' room of .the; r Magisfrate'e Court this mdniirig, when the membere of the Bar rolled • up-in-strong-- : force to ihiake a preseritation-to-ili" : D. :.Bank3, late Clerk, of. tHe-."Hawera Coiirt, -who is about to take up £law, : .practice.";.The presentation, which took - the' form/ of , a handsome travelling" bag, was made by Mr Welsh, who referred to the good atsla'.tions which frail, existed : between Mr Banks and the profession during the fifteen month's" -he occupied.' the pierkship of the Hawera Court. Mr Banks feelingly responded, thanking, the profession for : their gift and for:the -kindly ■words jjOf encouragement.' -.-"'"/ .' -Mr.T. A.B. Bailey,'the new Stipendiary Magistrate for North Canterbury,- ie a. son- of: Colonel C. S. Bailey, of Timaru, and was born at Onda, in. India.. . ; .He served his articles to'the law with Mr E. G. jelllcoe, of Wellington, and nvas/admitted a solicitor in 1893. : He lield a practice in'Taranaki.from. 1894 .te",-.189?, and acted as locum tenehs to Mr A, C. Crawford, of Oaniaru, : for. two yeara, when he purchased the practice of MirlX M. Tindlay, of -Palmerston; South, .which he has given up to accept the magistracy. On Wednesday, at the first sitting, of the Amberley Magistrate's Court, at 4 which he presided, Mr Bailey, was welconied..by; Mr T. W. Rowe, on behalf of the.Nbrttt Canterbury Bar. • '■ ■'■ --i/i
PERSONAL., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909
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