LATE MR. C. WILSON
The funeral of the late Mr. Charles Wilson, ex-Parliamentary Librarian, took place yesterday afternoon at Karori Cemetery. The service at the house . and at the graveside was con^ ductett by the Eev. L. S. Kempthorne, vicar of Karori. The family mourners were Mr. L. "Wilson (son) and Mr. N. "Wilton (son-in-law). Among those present were Mr." E. A. Wright, MJ».; Dr. G. Scholefleld (Parliamentary Librarian), Messrs. J. M. Ellis (vice-president of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts), also representing the board of governors and principal of Wellington Technical College; T. D. H. Hall, Gray Young, and W. S. Wauchop (members of the council); E. Goto (secretary of the New Zealand Academy of'Pino Arts); E. W. McVilly, F. Meadowcroft, W. Waddoll* J. T. Martin, B. Murray Fuller, G. Peacock, A. A. Corrigan, A. Corrigan, iunr. A. H. Hollis, H. S. Hyslop, E. McKellar, W. S. Handysidc, and Sir Kenneth Douglas. ' A telegram of condolence was received from the Prime Minister (the Bi"ht Hon. G. W. Forbes). " . b
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LATE MR. C. WILSON, Evening Post, Volume CXIII, Issue 36, 12 February 1932
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