MR. ITGHTRED HITCHON The death has occurred of Mr. Ughtred Titchon, of 11, Sherbourne Road. Born in Padiham, Lancashire, in 1869, Mr. Hitchon came to Auckland In 1904. For 22 years he gave whole-hearted service to the St. John Ambulance, rising from private to the rank of district officer. He served as secretary of the division, and in 1932 was admitted as a Serving Brother of the Venerable Order of St John of Jerusalem. In 1937 he was promoted to the rank of Officer of the Venerable Order, and on his retirement to the Reserve of Officers in 1938 he was presented with an illuminated address. The funeral was attended by Mr. T. A. Low, chairman of the St. John Ambulance Association, and representatives of , the association and the brigade, who pror vided the bearers and a guard of honour. Trbute to the work of Mr. Hitchon DOtn for the Order of St. John and for St, Barnabas' Church was paid by the Rev, G. R. Monteith.
MR. A. D. BINES The death occurred yesterday of Mr. Arthur David Bines, of 19, Waiohua Road, Green Lane, in his 51st year. Mr. Bines was born in Auckland and was educated at the Auckland Grammar School. A surveyor by profession, he was formerly a member of the staff of the late Mr. Munro Wilson. He was later employed on the town planning staff of the City Council, from which position he retired recently owing to ill-health. For 14 years he was honorary secretary of the Auckland branch of the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors. Mr. Bines is survived by his wife, one son and two daughters.
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OBITUARY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
OBITUARY Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945
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