Mr. Cecil Mason arrived from Wellington by the Limited express this morning. .*1" Mc C°y returned from a brief visit to ellington by the Limited this morning. Mr. L. M. Hare, of Auckland, returned in tl.e Mariposa this morning after a ■ business trip to Suva. Captain L. D. j'lur.ket. who has been on a short visit to \N ellington, returned by the early express this morning. Captain K E. Tether, who has been visiting Auckland in connection with the investigation into the fire on the Rimutaka, has returned to Wellington by train. c Mr. Alex. Robertson, of Auckland, and Mr. J. X. Carr, J.P., of Wellington, left Wellington for Sydney in the Wanganella iast night to attend the Federal Conference of the Australian Mutual Provident Society. Mr. (i. T. Thurston, secretary of the Canterbury Amalgamated Engineers and Allied Trades' Union, has returned to Christeliurcli after a stay of about a month in Australia. Captain H. M. Barnes, captain-super-ihtendent.of the Devonport naval repair dockyard, lias been appointed honorary aide de camp to the Uovernor-Generai, Lord Galway, in succession to Commodore 1. G. Glennie. The Rev. Father H. Hyde, of Onehuiiga, has been appointed to the parish of Dargaville, which was formerly administered by the Mill Hill Fathers. He will be assisted by the Rev. Father J. Bowling, of Te Aroha. Mr. E. Varley Hudson was a passenger by the early express for Wellington thh afternoon on his way to Christchurchy where he will attend a meeting of the Music Teachers' Registration Board and a conference of teachers of music. Lieutenant F. W. Armstrong, Lieutenant R. B. Dawson and Lieutenant . C. T. Foley, three recently commissioned officers who graduated at Duntroon in December, have arrived at Cnristchureli to take up appointments in the Southern Military District. Mr. Eric Ramsden, past-president of the Anthropological Association of New South Wales, is in Auckland to complete researches at the Public Library for his forthcoming biography of James Busby, which will be published in Australia this year. Mr. Ramsden has been the guest of Princess. Te Puea at Ngaruawaji'.a, and will sail from Wellington for Sydney by the Awatea on January 31. He is the author of a life t>f the Rev. Samuel Marsden.
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PERSONAL., Auckland Star, Volume LXX, Issue 16, 20 January 1939
PERSONAL. Auckland Star, Volume LXX, Issue 16, 20 January 1939
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