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Personal Items.

Mr K- M. S. Hamilton >« viajt|at H I'irton 1 Messrs L. Pithie mid \* l.«i()kf I (I)nnedin) are guests at \V | Hotel. I Bishop West-Watson will w }| j„ ! || England toward* the end of March j| $ order to attend the Linn belli Cbnftji § enoe. | (»in*t« nt the ("liu-cmion Mote! in, I elude Messrs M. At km* (HinoklsA 1 Kngjnnd). J. Morningl.m (WnUiqg j ton), and R. Hewart { I nvercargi"), 1 Sir Ceorge Hunter, M.l', i-onting*] 1 to make K oo ' l progress t,>«m<U 1 oovcry. He still resides at h* horn,) A in Wellington. 3 Captain Montague L« win m rcnor** | ing satisfactorily f™»" his opwatioii J Bt St. George's Hospital. He will ' biibly be there f" <>r R * >w w j Mr (j. 0. Samson, of (nntettniry Qq|i j lege, left» Christchurch yesterday loM| the Byrd expedition ship, Kicunor Btg ■ ling, at iMmedln. Mr Sumwin lim «bi tained a temporary position m» kma* ant wireless operator.

Messrs H. F-. Young (Hliinddllaaadaj Lancashire, England), A. J. Fulton (Dimedin), G. Hall (W»J, lington), and J. Benurnny (Belgian! are among the guest* id the Unite! Service Hotel.

Mr Horace G. Miller, nho lim beat connected with the Fi ronton* Rnbbsf Company for 16 years in the United State* and in the Fast, aimed al Auckland by the Aorangi this to heroine managing diwtor far the company in New Zealand.

To bid farewell to Mr R. P. Hudson, who is leaving for Ceylon, a Kftthti* ing of <iti*ens was held a I Nolson last Saturday evening, when the Mfcyw (Mr B.* P. Cloy) presided. Mr Clsf said that Mr Hudson had resitlnd ia the district for 21 year,", and for ]| years had been the member of P&rlii* ment for the Motneka electorate. The Mayor presented Mr Hudson with a* inscribed gold watch.

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Personal Items., Press, Volume LXVI, Issue 19817, 3 January 1930

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Personal Items. Press, Volume LXVI, Issue 19817, 3 January 1930

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