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PERSONAL ITEMS

Mr. Justice Herdman arrives at Wellington to-morrow from Auckland.

Sir Bruce and Lady Stewart are among the passengers arriving at Auckland'tm Friday from England by the Eangitiki.

_ Mr. P. Hally, Conciliation Commissioner, who arrived iv "Wellington yes-" terday, will return to Auckland this evening.

Commander C, E. Hotham,. DJ3.C., 8.N., is arriving at Auckland on Fridayby the Bangitiki from Southampton. Dr. William Sadler, now of St. Andrew's University, Scotland, has been.appointed to the Chair of Mathematics at Canterbury College, states a Press Association telegram.

Mr. M. Bennehy, assistant general manager New Zealand Eailways, will leave for the South by to-night's ferrysteamer. .......

The Eev. G-. MaeMurray and Mis;: Mac Murray are returning to New Zealand by the Bangitiki, which is dueV Auckland on Friday from Southampton; Dr. E. Marsden, secretary of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, left for Auckland this morning to meet the cool storage esperts who are due to arrive shortly from Enßand He will be returning to Wel•Jmgton on Tuesday nest. '

Ho!?Mwt 5 appointment of theHon. T, M. Wilford as a K.C. was jnade at last evening's meeting .of'the Peton^Borough Council, the Mayor (i£ D. M Kenzip) extenaing.the borough'• congratulations to Mr. Wilf ord on the signal honour conferred oa him.

_Mr. Matthew Johnson, Deputy Mayor of Hastings, died there on Monday, atf the age of 0 £ states a Press Association telegram. He was a resident in the "™, + f. or ,close oa 4° years, during:

_The congratulations of the' Lower Hutt Borough Council were last evening, on the motion of the Mayor (Sir Alex-Roberts) extended W the Ho£ L E rd, on his .appointment as ±t.C, and the hope was expressed that ho would have many years of service in which to .enjoy the honour •"

;_The Hon.. Sir-Maul Pomare .(Eeform: Western Maori), Sir. George : Hunter(Ketonn, Waipawa), and Mr. T. D. Burnett . (Reform, Temuka) ' were each" granted a. further,eight days' leave of absence from the House, of Bepreßeni Wives yesterday on the , ground of

Lieutenant-Colonel E. Turton.an ex-" penenced English angler and deep-sea fisherman, arrived-by the Tofua at Auckland on Monday from' Suva He intends to visit the Bay of Islands whea the - swordfish season opens, and will spend five .months in the B-ominioa before returning to-.- iondon. He hag devoted ; the past fifteen months to deep-sea fishing in the West Indies and off the coasts of Carolina and Califor-

r^ti ge'ga enug of' Hutt Bailwav employees assembled last week to bid farewell to Mr. W. H, Edwards, * after 36 years, retired from the service on. superannuation and has gone to Sydney with his wife aria son. Eulogistic, references were mido to the splendid work done by Mr. Edwardg during his term as secretary of ths Amalgamated Society ■of Kailway Ser~ vants and of the Tradesmen's Association, and he was presented with a handsome leather travelling ease and a handbag for. Mrs;-Edwaxds. Accompanied by his Svife and son. Mr Edwards.left last week for Sydney. -■ Many friends attended the funeral of the late Mr. Bandall Thomas Huffani at Karori Cemetery on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Huffaui gave of his' best in. several spheres of Church and Sunday school work-being an old scholar of Wesley Sunday; School; Tafanaki. street, and an untiring teacher on the'staff"of the Aro Street Methodist Mission Suit, day School. He was prominent in Sunday School Union activities, and a msmber of the A.O.F. Lodge/ Court Sir George Bowen. His mother, eldest brother, and two ' sisters'remain to mourn his passing. The B«v. T. B, Kichards officiated at tho funeral services. . ■. ■ , • •■■...

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PERSONAL ITEMS, Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 105, 30 October 1929

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PERSONAL ITEMS Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 105, 30 October 1929

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