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PERSONAL.

Mr W. Nosworlhy, M.P., was in Ashburton to-day.

Mr, Robert McNab was a through passenger for "the north-by last night's express.

There is some talk of getting a team of Australians resident in Ashburton to play a match, against an Ashburton cloven.

( In connection with , the Rev. George Miller's ti'anslatioh to Ash burton, the Rev. Mr Currie, at.the meeting of the Clutha Presbytery last week, moved — ■" Thab the Presbytery places on record its warm appreciation of Mr Miller's worth and work as a minister and a coPresbyter. By his ability as a preacher aud his careful pulpit preparation, by his sympathy and fidelity as a pastor, and very definitely by his excellent I work among the young people, he has, I for tho pasl 1J j'cars. well maintained 'the best traditions of. the ministry in the large and important parish of Tokomairio. As a member of Presbytery ho has been most regular in attendance, and always ready to take his full share of the work of the court. W'iso^in counsel and fearless in the expression of his convictions, his presence in Presbytery will be greatly'missed. As a man Mr Miller, in his modesty and sympathy and approachfulness, was greatly beloved by all who know him. The Presbytery in- parting with Mr and Mrs Miller, would like to make grateful reference to the unfailing hospitality of the latter, and would ■ assure them both of the goodwill of the members, past and present, of this Presbytery." ■

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PERSONAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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PERSONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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