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PERSONAL ITEMS.

I ■ — ——— ■= .: :! Mr. R. W. Dalton, H.M. Trade Commissioner, has written to the Wellington Chamlber of Commerce saiinouneingthat he has received instructions to leave for England, and intends departing about the middle- of next month. For the time Being." wrote Mr- Dalton, "Captain T. C .Fulton, M.CI, mj assistant, will act as officer-in-charge of His Majesty's Trade Commissioner'^ office, and will be glad to be of; any service he can to your CEamber of Commerce or to its members should occasion require it." i '■ .- ! The appointment hase been made or Mr H. C. Hillsdon Hutton, F.N.C.M., F.G.S.C, M.S.P., as organist-choir-master of St. Mary's Church, Hawera. Mr Hutton, who is a brother of Professor E. W. Hutton, Mus.D., P.H.D., D.S.C., of Rotorua, is at pre-: sent organist of the Presbyterian Church at Timaru, and is expected to enter upoii his duties in Ha,wera at the beginning of October. It i§ understood that;Mr Hutton will also practice his profession as a teacher of th« piana, organ, singing, etc. In addition to his musical attainments, Mr Hutton is imterested in scientific matters, and is at present the South Island representative of the International Society'of Philologie Sciences and Arts, London. / I 5.. The death of Mrs. Caroline- Oriental Hoskin, relict of the late William Fry Hoskin, at Fitzroy, at the age of 81 years, removes another ■ pioneer. Mrs. Hoskin was a Miss Street, and as an infant arrived with ; her paresrts on board the barque Oriental on November -JB, ( 1841, having been born at sea o» ["August 3 in the South Atlantic. Both ' tbte Street family and the Hoskin family htive been very closely identified with the settlement of North Taranaki, especially, the Bell Block district, from its earliest foundation. The late Mrs. Hoskin leaves eight sons and three daughters, viz., William Henry (Mangatoki), Jobn (Uruti), Arthur (Fitzroy), TRichard (Hunterville), Leonard (Auckland), Frederick (Okato), Alfred (Inglewood), Harold (New Plymouth), Mrs. H Pote, Mrs. J. Hamblyn, and Mrs. Hall (all of Fiteroy). She also leaves 55 grandchildren and five great-grand-, children. ,

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PERSONAL ITEMS., Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLII, Issue 0, 24 August 1922

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PERSONAL ITEMS. Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XLII, Issue 0, 24 August 1922

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