The Postmaster-General (the Hon. W. Nosworthy) arrived here this morning by the Maori from Lyttelton.
Dr. O. Woller, of Dunedin, returned by the Tainui to-day.
Mr. W. Coy, of Wanganui, was a passenger -who arrived by the Tainui to-day.
The Hon. D. Buddo was among the passengers by the Maori from Lyttelton to-day.
Mr. B. Wishart, who has been mining in Bolilvia," returned to New Zealand to-day, to visit relatives in Dunedin.
The Mayor of Dunedin, Mr. H< L. Tapley, arrived from the South by the Maori to-day.
Mr. H. C; M. Norris, of/ Hamilton, has been appointed chancellor of the Anglican Diocese of Waikato.
Dr. Arthur, who has been visiting Christc^urch, returned to Wellington by the Maori to-day.
Dr. "W. B. Mercer, of "Wellington, is relieving Dr. T. J. Hughes -s medical officer of- health at Auckland. Dr. Hughes is at present on sick leave. 1-
Lieut.-Colonel L. Wylie (of the Indiaii Service), who is to makij a tour of the Dominion, arrived .in Wellington by the Moeraki yesterday from Melbourne.
Major-General B* Young, General Officer Commanding the Hew Zealand Military Forces was a passenger by the Maori from the South to-day.
Lieutenant-Commander C; O'Callaghan, D.S.C., 8.N., arrived by the Taiimi from England to-day, to join S;M.S. Laburnum.
Colonel Pott (secretary of the New Zealand Farmers' Union) left last Friday for Sydney to attend the Eoyal Show. He expects to be absent about a month.
Mr. T. Aitken, of Auckland, Grand Master of the Manchester Unity Order of Oddfellows for New Zealand, arrived from the South this morning. He has been on an extensive tour in connection with lodge matters, and returns to Auckland on Friday.
Miss H. Wobdhouse (of the Auckland Girls' Grammar School) has beeri appointed senior woman assistant of the Hutt Valley High School. Mr. I. W. M'Kenzie (of Wellington), lately of the Department of Agriculture, has been appointed to the vacancy for a D grade teacher.
The death is announced of Mr. Cuthbert Cowan, aged 92 years, states a Press Association telegram from Irivercargill. The deceased was a member of Parliament during the Atkinson Government, and was one of the founders of the" Southland Frozen Meat Cd.For many, years he was a member of the Land Board, arid owned extensive property at Kauana. He was a prominent breeder of Romney sheep. ■■'...
The Rev. 'A & Maiden, M.8.E./vicar of St. Chad's, has been invited by. the Bishop of Polynesia to visit Samoa for two nibnthsij-with a View to brgarik";g the 1 Church work there;. Mr. Maiden was chaplain to the ■ Expeditionary Force which Occupied the island early, in the War, and therefore knows-the conditions- and many of the European residents • very well.
The funeral Of the late Mr. A. M. Adams took place"' at Karori Cemetery this morning, preceded by a service at St. Paul's Cathedra^ conducted by Archdeacon Johnson arid Archdeaiidn Hansell. There was a large and representative gathering of relatives and frieritts of the deceased both at the church and at the gravosidd. Sons and borthers-in-law of Mr. Adams, and his partner, Mr. T. R. Lawson, we're the chief mourners, arid members of the Wellington Stock ■' Exchange acted as pall bearers. Archdeacon Hansell officiated at the service at the cemetery,-and Mr. E. K. Kirkcaldio conducted tho Masonic!' cere"m6ny. ...
The funeral .of ,the late Mr. James M'Kerizie, 'Assistant secretary of the Hotel^qriterfi^, JMiOn, :ioojc place*yesterday at Ka'rofi (Jemetery. ' A 1 lafgo and fully representative gathering of Labour Party and Trade Union officials was present. The pall-bearers wero officers of the Wellington Hotel Workers' Union, and representatives from the Eeturned Soldiers' Association arid the Labour Department were also present. The Bey. Mr 4 Falconer, of the Brooklyn Presbyterian Church, conducted tho 3crviee. Amongst tho wreaths sent were those from the Hotel Workers' Union of Wellington, Auckland, Nelson, Christchurch, and New Plymouth, tho Wellington Labour Representation Committee, the "Women's National Reserve, tho Brooklyn Branch of tho New Zealand Labour Party, and many Labour organisations. '
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PERSONAL MATTERS, Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 80, 5 April 1927
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