At a public meeting-,-.at :- J)unediu.. last night (says,-a Press Association telegram) the Itev. Vincent King, who has taken a prominent part in social work for many, years, and vvho; rendered invaluable, service, during the influenza epidemic, was presented with a motorcar, a cheque for over £100, and a deposit slip for £1000 invested with the Perpetual Trustees in recognition of his services. . . '
Mr William J. Speight, diocesan secretary, and M.P. for Auckland East in 1879, died yesterday at Auckland, aged 74" years.
Mrs Frew, 9 Havelock Street, has received word that her son, Gunner A. G. Frew, is returning to New Zealand, and is due on or about May 7. Gunner Frew left with the Eighth Reinforcements.
Mrs L. Monsori, 'Middle Road, has been advised that her youngest son, Private ft. H. Monson, who left with the Fifth Reinforcements, is returning with draft No. 1 247 on H.M. Troopship Kin Ora. due at Lyttelton about May 7.
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PERSONAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9594, 25 April 1919
PERSONAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9594, 25 April 1919
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