NOTES FROM LONDON (raoM our. otvn correspondent.) LONDON, 10th April. The medical school at Glasgow University, which has a very high reputation, will probably have three New Zealand graduates this year— Dr. T. Wl Wylie, Mr. A. K. M'Cutcheon, ajid Mr. P. Gordon. Dr. A. M. Young graduated last year. Dr. Wylie and Mr. M'Cutcheon were both members of the O.T.C. at the University, and are now lieutenants in the special reserve of the K.A.M.C. Another New Zealander at the Glasgow University medical school is Mr. K. Macky, who is in his third year. ( Peter Clarke, formerly of the New Zealand Geological Survey, has returned to Canada alter spending a few weeks' furlough in England and Ireland. Mr. Clarke is assistant manager of a mine on the Cobalt silverfield in Ontario. Mr. Patrick Campbell's second son, lan Patrick, an old boy of Christ's College, Christchurch, has distinguished himself this year in the sports of tho senior school at Cheltenham College. He won the championship and the handicap racquets, the high jump (sft l^in), the long jump (19ft 4m), throwing the cricket ball (87yds 2ft llin), and the 3 20yds hurdles ; was second in putting the shot (29ft Bin), and third in the steeplechase and the 100 yds. He took the gold medal for most points. Ml*. Lan Campbell will go to Sandhurst in the summer to prepare for the army. As a sequel to his recent visit to the United States, Mr. G. S. Munro (late of Christchurch) is joining the executive of the firm of Armour and Co., of Chicago and the United Kingdom. This necessitates his retirement from the firm of G. and R. Munro, of Liverpool, which business will be transferred to Mr. Roy Munro and carried on by him. Miss Mabel Munro, who is appearing at Daly's Theatre, London, has accepted a contract for an extended tour of South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand for performances in the musical comedieß "The Dancing Mistress," ''The Girl from Utah." and " The Girl on the Film." Mr. and Mrs. H. Church (Wellington) reached London a week ago. They have been spending several months in travel. They arrived in the south of France in December, and devoted three months to the Continent before arriving here. Mr. and Mrs. Church will probably be away from New Zealand for some little time. The Rev. W. P. Besley, M.A., Warden of St. Paul's College of Minor Canons, London, has been appointed sub-dean. Mr. Besley was from 1892 to 1894 connected with the staff of Wanganui College and of the Heretaunga School at Hastings. On 14th April the marriage is to take place at St. Mark's Church, St. Helters, Jersey, of Mr. J. W. Harding, of Mount Vernon, to Miss Madgo Irwin, daughter of the late Colonel Fox Irwin and of Mrs. Fox Irwin, of Roqueville, Jersey. The bride-elect is well known in the Hawkes Bay district. Mr. Harding is a recent arrival from New Zealand, he having reached this country at the end of March, having travelled via Vancouver and New York. New Zealand will be reached again towards the <jnd of the year, after a round of travel on the Continent, in the ' United Kingdom, and in Canada and the United States. This week's visitors at the High Commissioner'a Office have included Mr. J. W. Harding (Mount Vernon), the Rev. A. Fowler (Auckland), Mr. Alexandor Ferguson (Auckland), Mr. G. Dearsly (Auckland), Mr. C. W. Budd (Christchurch), Mr. D. B. O'Connor (Auckland), Mr. and Mrs. J. Bond Grove (Wellington), Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cresswell (Christchurch) and family, Mr. D. R. D. Ciesswell, Mr. Robert Johnstone, Mr. H. F. Gray (Wellington), Mr. Ronald Gray (Wellington), the Hon. Algernon Borthwick and Mrs. Borthwick, Miss N. Harrison (Christchurch), Mr. F. Cecil (Dunedin), Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Stringfellow (Auckland) and Miss Stringfellow, Mr. James Hardy (Napier) and Miss Hardy, Mrs. H. A. M. Marriner "(Sumner), Miss C. V. Sapßford (Christchurch), Mr. H. Black, the Misses Lena, Rose, Adelaide, and M. Van Staveren (Wellington), Mr. J. Maitland Jones (Dunedin), Miss Edith Holmes (Wellington), Miss Ida Tennent (Wellington).
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ABOUT PEOPLE, Evening Post, Volume LXXXVII, Issue 117, 19 May 1914
ABOUT PEOPLE Evening Post, Volume LXXXVII, Issue 117, 19 May 1914
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