ADJUTANT WAIN PROMOTED
APPOINTED TO THE TEMUKA
FAREWELL ON SUNDAY
The tramjuility of the local Salvation Army quarters was .slightly disturbed yesterday afternoon by an urgent telephone message from Commissioner Hodder, of National Headquarters, Wellington, intimating that it had been decided to appoint Adjutant and Mrs Wain to the Bramwell Booth Boys' Home, Temuka, as manager and matron respectively. This institution was commenced "a little over three years ago as a training farm for war orphans, and has accommodation for over CO bo vs.
In recognition of the splendid work being done by the Army in this place, Mrs T. H. Lowry built a school at a cost.-of over £2000, on the property, and presented it for the educating of thrt boys. Adjutant'and Mrs Wain are instructed to farewell next Sunday and proceed to their new appointment at the earliest possible moment. Adjutant Wain .came to- Feilding in January, 1918. He and Mrs Wain have proved very efficient officers and valuable citizens. They will carry the „ heartiest good wishes..
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