The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 69
At Government House
At Government House.
His Excellency the Governor received the addresses on the terrace in front of the main door of Government House. Amongst those who were on the terrace were Admiral Lord Charles Scott (Admiral of the Australasian Squadron), Lord Carrington (Governor of New South Wales), Sir J. B. Thurston (Governor of Fiji and High Commissioner of the Western Pacific), Lady Thurston, His Worship the Mayor (Mr. J. H. Upton), Mrs. Upton and Miss Upton, Captain Savile (A.D.C. to Lord Onslow), Mr. Meysey Thompson (A.D.C. to Lord Onslow), Sir Frederick Whitaker (Attorney-General), Hon. E. Mitchelson (Native Minister), and Mrs. Mitchelson, Hon. T. W. Hislop (Minister of Education), Bishop and Mrs. Cowie, Captain Barlow (Commander of H.M.s. Orlando), Captain Bosanquet (Commander of H.M.s Opal), Captain Trench (A.D.C. to Lord Carrington), Lieutenant Fitzgerald, R.N. (Flag Lieutenant to the Admiral), Mr. Pullen (Private Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief), Mr. Spence (Private Secretary to Sir John Thurston), T. Thompson (M.H.R.), D. Goldic (M.H.R.), Dr. J. L. Campbell, Mr., Mrs., and Miss Devore, Mr. J. Dil-worth, Rev. G. Smales, Rev. C. M. Nelson, Mr. J. Macandrew (Mayor of Thames), Mr. L. J. Bagnall (member of Thames County Council), the members of the City Council, the Jubilee Committee, and two delegates from each of the societies taking part in the procession.