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Mr Arthur Toombes, organiser^ for the No-license : Council, « Canterbury district, was in Ashburton to-day.

A cable received states Mr H. G. Bell has passed the examination for the first section of the B.A. d.gree.

The members of the J. C Williamson Comic Opera Company were passengers for the south by this morning s express.

The death is announced of Mrs Robert Louis Stevenson, at Santa Barbara. She has been living in California since her husband's death in 1894. .

The Rev. W. J\ Elliott left Ashburton for Dunedin by this morning s express for the purpose of attending the Board of Examiners' meeting to be held prior to the Methodist Conference next week.

Mrs W. J. Silcock, one of Ashburton's pioneers, left by early train this morning, for Palmerston North. After a brief ktay at that town, she will proceed to Nelson, where she will make her future home. \

Mr J. J. Moriarty, formerly of Ashburton, has resigned his connection with the "New Zealand Tablet," and is about to leave for Melbourne to join the firm of Moriarty.and Lusk, architects and builders, who are going to remove,from Timaru to the, Victorian capital. Mr J. W. McGregor, headhiaster of the Richmond 'School (Christchurch);, has received. word that he has passed the B.A. degree,, and....Mr\J, E. Purchase, first assistant-master at Richmond, has received word that he has passed the MA. degree with secondclass honours. .The two gentlemen named were similarly associated a^-the Ashburton Borough School some years £go. ' ■ ' '"''' „; "'';' '■". ''■" :" ', ";'"'',"/ ,

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PERSONAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8799, 20 February 1914

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PERSONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8799, 20 February 1914

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