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PERSONAL.

Mr Cooper, of the "Canterbury Times" staff, is paying a visit to Akaroa. Mr Cooper 13 well known to the printing trade, of which be is one of the oldest fetnrans. He has been over fifty years connected with the "Canterbury Tiroes," having been present and assisted in producing the first oopy of tbat paper some fifty years ago. Mr Cooper is also an ex piesident of tbe Canterbury Typographical Union, while he holds a seat on tbe Board of Governors of the Christchurch Technical College. He deplores tbe fact tbat Peninsula people have so far neglected to make use of the fine harbour of Akaroa.

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PERSONAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 17 March 1916

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PERSONAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 17 March 1916

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