Mr. C. M. Turrell, chairman of the Harbour Board, returned, from the south this morning.
Mr. H. W. Shove, president of the Auckland. Manufacturers' Association, and Mr. N. E. Crimp, secretary arrived today by the Limited express to attend a council meeting of the New Zealand Manufacturers' Federation.
Mr. J. W. Beanland, of Christchurch, accompanied by Mrs. Beanland, will leave for Australia by the Awatea tonight. After a tour of the Commonwealth, which will include a? visit to Williamstown, where he spent hisiboyhood, Mr. Beanland, hopes to, retuta to Christchurch on September 26. s
Mr. M. J. Casey was re-elected president of the Wellington Bowling Centre at the annual meeting of the 'centre last night. * * . • ■ . . -x ; ■*
Mr. J. H. O'Donnell, .M.8.E.,- #as congratulated by. delegates to1 the Annual meeting' of the Wellington; Boiling Centre last night'on the high'honour recently conferred upon him oy his Majesty the King. y'* Mr. H. N. Holmes, secretary to the World Alliance lor the" Promotion of Good Will Throughout the ■'Churches, who is visiting. New Zealand after 'an absence, of 25 years, will'arrive "in Wellington from Napier tomorrow. Mr. Holmes was associated ' with the Y.M.C.A. in New Zealand in its early days and was particularly -interested in the. Wellington Y.M.C.A. . • .*
Dr. and Mrs.. Milne, who, after thirteen years' residence in Otaki,' have taken up residence at Lower "Hutt, were recipients of presentations from the Plunket Society, tbe' Women's Division of the Farmers' Union, the R.S.A., and the citizens of -Otaki on Monday night. There- was- a large gathering at the Masonic Hall; and the Mayor, Mr. C. 'F. Atmbre, presided. During the evening th*e ; R.S.A. presented Dr. Milne with -a travelling rug, the citizens contributed a complete set of Dickens's ■ "works, while Mrs. Milne received a. reading-lamp. Several spoke highly of Dr. andTftJSs. Milne and wished them every happiness. Dr. Milne replied. Among the guests were-Dr. Neate, who has taken over Dr. Milne's practice; Colonel Powles, and Mr. Gordon Harcourtl
Mr. L. J. Van Zyl Ham;*Secretary of Mines, Union of South Africa/will leave for Sydney by the Awatea tonight. * . V* '""'■'' 7 •■'-''■>■'
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PERSONAL ITEMS, Evening Post, Volume CXXVI, Issue 11, 13 July 1938
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