Mr. Justice Tyndall, Judge of the Arbitration Court, will leave for the south to-night. Captain R. E. Price, of the Waterfront Control Commission, returned to Wellington yesterday. Mr. Walter Robert Olliver has been appointed manufacturers' representative on the Tobacco Board. Mr. J. W. Mawson, town-planning adviser to the Department of Internal Affairs, will return to Wellington to-night." Captain T. H. Bowling, of the Waterfront Control Commission, is leaving Auckland by the Limited this evening. Mr. J. Cummings, of Police Headquarters, Wellington, is returning south by the Limited express this evening. The Rev. Canon R. G. Coats, president of the Auckland centre of the Red Cross Society, has returned from the south. Dr. E. Marsden, Director of Scientific Development, who has been visiting Auckland, returned south last night. Mr. F. S. Miller, travelling repairs superintendent of the Union Steam Ship Company, arrived in Auckland this morning. Mr. B. Vinsen, New Zealand manager for Columbia Pictures, is payIng a business visit to Auckland. He expects to stay for about a fortnight. Mr. L. A. Eady, president of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce, has left for Wellington to attend a meeting of the Associated Chambers of Commerce executive. Mr. Edward Caradus, director of educational services for the air force since before the war, has been granted the honorary rank of wingcommander, and Mr. J. L. Hunter squadron-leader. Mr. F. G. Farrell, president of the Automobile Association (Auckland), Mr. O. W. Hutchison, secretary, and Mr. A. Grayson,* vice-president of the North Island Motor union, returned this morning from Wellington, where they attended a conference of the union executive. -fi.
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