Dean Fitchett left for Dunedin last night. Bishop Averill, of Waiapu, will visit IWoodville to-morrow. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Nathan left Wellington for Rotorua to-day. The Hon. J. A. Millar returned to [Wellington from Hav.'kes Bay last night. Messrs. S. and R. Murray (Murray, Roberts, and Co.), London, arrived by the Ulimaroa last evening. Mr. J. F. M. Fraser, for many years Crown Prosecutor at Dunedin, has been appointed one of the King's Counsel. Canon Pollock, one of the. forerunners of the Anglican General Mission, will leave Wellington for Tokaanu to-morrow. Captain, C. M'Donald, marine superintendent of the Union Steamship Company, Dunedin, is at present in Wellington. Mr. W. R. Haselden, S.M., who has been relieving at Auckland for some time past, will take up his duties at Wellington early next week. Messrs, A. E. Relf and J. H. Board, cricket coaches at Auckland and Napier respectively, will leave for London by the Arawa on 24th February. At a meeting of Auckland citizens yesterday, it was decided to give a citizens' welcome and present an address to Mr. H. Brett, on his return from England. Dr. J. S. Purdy, lately district health officer, Auckland, who has been appointed chief heaith officer, Hobaort, arrived in Wellington from the. North last evening. Mr. John Roberts, C.M.G., chairman of directors of the Union Steamship Company, was a passenger from South by the Mararoa this morning. He comes pn a business visit. At the Napier Borough Council meeting last night the Mayor presented to Mr. S. J. Tonkin the Royal Humane Society of New Zealand's silver medal, i-nd certificate for saving two young men frons drowning at the breakwater on Ist May last year. The missioners who will conduct the Anglican GeneraJ Mission in New Zealand, according to a cablegram received by Bishop Wallis, will include Revs. V. H. Stuart, E. A. Stuart, Fitzgerald. •Rees, H. Lillingston, Hepher, TupperCarey, Stackley, and Horan. The members of the Wellington Bowling Club will meet on Saturday evening, at the club's pavilion, to congratulate their president (Mr,, J. H. Mentiplay) upon his well-deserved promotion in the Bank of New Zealand's service, and to ■wish him success and future prosperity. Mr. W. E. Caldow, secretary of the Wellington Choral Society, will leave Wellington for London shortly, having book his passage by the Orsova. He will rejoin his mother, who accompanied Miss Minna Caldow to London, whither the latter went to pursue her musical studies. Mr. F. Hubert Chamberlain, formerly engineer for the Christchurch Tramway Board, has been appointed managing engineer for the Westport-Stockton Coal Company. He is at present occupyiug an important position in New York, and will leave Vancouver for New Zealand on 25th February. Mr. Hugh Paton, the Scottish evangelist, who conducted services in Dunedin last year, arrived from. Sydney by the Ulimaroa last evening. He is to preach in Wellington, and will also visit the West Coast on behalf of the Presbyterian Church. While in Wellington Mr. Paton will be the guest of Mij. J. G. W. Aitken. Mr. Anthqny Wilding, the well-known international tennis player, leaves Christchurch to-morrow by the s.s. Ulimaroa, via the Bluff, for Melbourne, where he joins the GeelQng. ,He goes first to South Africa to -play in a tenis tournament at Johannesburg, and then on to England to compete in the championship at Wimbledon. One thousand and one bargains can be had at Caterer and Carey's bargain carnivaJ of drapery, which will begin at Cuba-street to-morrow. It is imperative that the whole stock must be reduced at once, and the firm announce to-night by a full price-list come of the greatest bargains ever offered in the city. This is a special, unique, low-price sale of goods, and early buyers will benefit. — Advtffe
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PERSONAL MATTERS., Evening Post, Volume LXXIX, Issue 28, 3 February 1910
PERSONAL MATTERS. Evening Post, Volume LXXIX, Issue 28, 3 February 1910
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