Mr D. Buick, M.P., has been confined to his bed for several days, suffering from a severe attack of influenza.
Bishop Sadlier may be going home shortly with one of the New Zealand Reinforcement drafts. It is desired that a New Zealand Bishop should go to England, and the choice is likely to fall on the Bishop of Nelson.
Mr John Hooton, for several years Sydney manager of Messrs Henry \\. Peabody and Co.. has ben appointed manager of the Farmers' Co-opera-tive Wholesale Federation .
Sergt. D. Stoupe, nephew of Mr J . Stoupe, Deputy-Mayor of Onehunga, has been wounded for the fifth time. He enlisted with the Main Body, and left with the First Wellington Infantry Regiment. He gained the Military Medal at the battle of Messines.
The death at Mercury Bay of Mr John James Wilson recalls the fact that ho came out to New Zealand m 1862 from England in charge of a collection of English birds, including the common sparrow, sent from the Zoological Gardens, Regents Park, to , the New Zealand Government.
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PERSONAL., Feilding Star, Volume XIV, Issue 35190, 29 April 1918
PERSONAL. Feilding Star, Volume XIV, Issue 35190, 29 April 1918
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