Tho Primcv Mnister v ('Right Hon. W. F. Massey) leaves Wellington tomorrow for Auckland. Mr J. S. Bagley, of Tongaroa. was married yesterday to Miss A. V. MatJthews, of tho same place. Mi- G«. T. Stewart, left Featherston yontorday to take up his duties as engineer' to the Akitio County Coun-c-i!. Mr D. P. Loasby has consented to allow himself to be nominated for a further term for the Mayoralty of Grey town. Mr R. L. Jelheoo has been appointed ' Deputy -Registrar of Biitrn, Deaths, and Marriages for tho Greytown district. The Hon. A. C. Carmiehael, Minister of Education in New South; Wales Ministry, has resigned his portf)lio, for personal reasons. The Rev. H. T. Stealey, formerly of Clareville,, is at present an inmate of a hospital 'in Wellington, .ylum'o, he in to undergo an operation. Major Colvin, who is conducting spciai Salvation Army services in Ma;?terton at present, was stationed in Masterton fifteen years ago. The iUini..t i r of F'nance announces that Mr AV. Reece, of Christchurch, has been appointed a director of the Bank of New Zealand, as successor io the lato Horn T. Fergus. Mr H. AVells, late organist of Glen-maa-k Church, Christchurch, has been appointed organist and choirmaster of St. Matthew'!) Church, Masterton, and will begin lis duties before Easter. The death occurred at tlie. residence of Mr O. Ajißnnny, AAVipipi, Opaki, yesterday, of Mrs Bunny, relict of the late Mr Henry Bunny, and mother of Messrs, R. E., O. A., B. P,.., and E. AV. Bunny. The deceased, who had reached the ripe old ago of SO yeaa-s, was a sister of the first wife of the lato Mr H. S. AVardell. She was married in the year 1867, and resided at Wellington and the Hittt, and afterwards for many years at Featherston. The I .funeral w'll leave the residence- of Mr O. A. Bunny, at OpaJti, for the Masterton Cemetery at one o'clock to-morrow afternoon. The Rev. A. T. Thompson, M.A., returned to 'Masterton last evening from the South. Ho informs «is that hils call to St. Andrew's Church. Christchurch, has been unanimous, but that he cannot yet give' a decision, as the call has not been formally placed in lr's hands. It is probable that a month will elapse before the position ihS finally settled. The St. Andrew's puilpit has be,qn occupied by the Rev. John McKenzie, M.A., who was recently called to Toorak, Melbourne. It is somewhat of a come'-, flenca that the Kiev. A. T. Thompson succeeded the Rev. J. McKenzie in a, former charge at the Thames. St. Andrew'.t Church at Clm'stchurcb is tho oldest established Presbyterian Church in Canterbury.
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PERSONAL, Wairarapa Age, Volume XXV, Issue 10713, 6 March 1915
PERSONAL Wairarapa Age, Volume XXV, Issue 10713, 6 March 1915
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