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PERSONAL.

Sir George Clifford passed through Ashburton yesterday by the second express from the south. I Mr T. Buxton, M.P., was a passenger for Christchurch by the second i express yesterday. The death of Joseph Fels, millionaire, 1 single-taxer, and philanthropist, is reported by cable from Philadelphia. Mr J. J. O'Gorman, official lecturer for the Government National Provident Fund, arrived in Ashburton today. Constable Maggin, of Christchurch, will arrive in Ashburton tomorrow and will take up duty under Sergeant Emerson. Mr C. J. Harper, of Ashburton, has been appointed a member of the Board of Trustees of the Ashburton Racecourse vice the late Mr Matthew Stitt. Among the names of candidates who passed in five or more subjects at the Public Service senior examinations jlield last month is that • of Robert I'Frizzelle. Thomas Michael Brophy passed in two subjects. r V; ; .-■ , Mr, E. A. Turner, of-Allenton, and a member of the staff of the Union. Bank of Australia, who has been employed ii: the London office of the Bank for i last six or eight months, returned home on Saturday,

A : number of', clergymen we.re pas sengers for; the south by this morning's express en route to the Methodist' Conference at Dunedin. Among ■the number' was the Rev. H. E. Bellhouse, formerly of Ashburton.

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PERSONAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8802, 24 February 1914

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PERSONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8802, 24 February 1914

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