Mrs D. Buick, wife of Mr D. Buick, M.P. for Palmerston, died at 3 o'clock this morning.
One of Palmerston's best known business men, Mr John Mortens-en, passed away yesterday.
The numerous friends of the Rev. M. M. O'Dwyer, Parish Priest, Feilding, will be pleased to know that he has arrived safely in Ireland.
The son of M. D'Andrimont, former burgomaster and deputy ' for Liege, in making ihis second attempt was electrocuted by the frontier defences while attempting to cross into Holland.
Miss Ray, assistant teacher at Sandon, has been appointed to a position in the normal school, Wellington. She has only recently come over from Tasniania, and the district will sustain a "loss by the departure of a particularly efficient teacher.
Mr H. P. Wyatt, Superintendent of Telegraphs, Christchurch, formerly of Wellington, has received news regarding the death of his son, Sergt. T. R. Wyatt, at the front. A stray shot passed through the roof of a gun-pit, killing the young soldier instantly.
Alajo- A. 0. Tempcrloy I > .- : -.. formerly of the Defence staff in Palmerston, who has been with the New Zealanders in ihe field since the beginning of tho war, i 3 now a general staff officer, Ist grade, and is struck off the staff of the N.Z.Expeditionary Force.
Lieut. Arthur Abraham, of the 23rd Manchesters, nd a nephew of. Mr R. S. Abraham, of Palmorston, who has been awarded the Military Cross, was for some years 'attached to the staff of Abraham and Williams. Afterwards he settled in Canada with his brother Ted. They both enlisted in the Main Body of the Canadian Forces.
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PERSONAL., Feilding Star, Volume XIII, Issue 3307, 1 August 1917
PERSONAL. Feilding Star, Volume XIII, Issue 3307, 1 August 1917
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