A FW.kling press wire states that Mr H. W. Campbel', engineer to the Waiinarina County Council, lias been appointed engincor to tho Kiwitea County Council out of 24 applicants. Professor Biokerton, of Christj ohurch, has loft for Sydney, en route to England, in connection with tlie proposal to place before scientists of tho Old World his theory of partial impact. Mr Thomas Usshor, of Epsom, for sixteen .years returning officer foi'lthq city of Auckland, died last week, .aged 61 years. , v:; ■">"*- : A Press Association cable from Sydney states that. Mr C. Cropper, of Western Australia, lias been appointed secretary of the Australian Jockey Club. '• A press message from Westport states that Mr J. Colvin, M.P., has resigned as a member of the Westport Harbour Board, a position ,he has held for twenty-three years. The Board has now a bare quorum, there being now three vacancies to fill. Mr Colvin' s resignation was received with regret. A London correspondent states that a wedding of special interest to New Zealanders was that of Mr Hu.<di Gladstone Crilly to Miss Mary Katherine Domett, third daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Nelson Domett, of St. Charles's Square, W., and granddaughter of tho late Alfred Domett, C.M.G., fifth Premier of New Zealand, which was solemnised on June Ist. St. Helen's Church, North Kensington, w-a s beautifully decorated for the occasion, and the sarvico Was fully choral.
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Colonist, Colonist, Volume LII, Issue 12848, 19 July 1910
PERSONAL. Colonist, Volume LII, Issue 12848, 19 July 1910
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