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PERSONAL ITEMS.

■ » Dr Cantrell, of Akaroa, left jester- ■ } day morning for Invercargill.. doctor will motor right through in ,? his car, and expects to be absent two '''. or three weeks. Dr Tytheridge mWf* he in charge of the practice during Dr"' Cantrell'g absence. Mr J D Bruce, Akaroa County -, chairman, who has been in ill-health for some time past, left Akaroa a few .■' days ago in the Hinemoa,and will accompany the ship on her trip round the southern lighthouses. He expects--' to he away for ten days or a fortnight. ; Mr Agar, secretary of the Tai Tapu f Dairy Company, spent the week end i at Akaroa. B"e arrived with a party \ on Saturday morning, and left again .' yesterday morning. ) At the end of last week two well* |j known Victorian sportsmen, Messrs! Duncan and Barry Taylor, who havaff been touring New Zealand with a,'| party arrived at Akaroa and stayed at I the Hotel Metropole, There werejjj three car loads in the party, and the"*? party included two Dutch ladies, and ' several Londoners. They thoroughly v enjoyed the drive to Akaroa, and ex* '{ pressed their delight at the beautiful ; scenery, and the splendid accommo* A .dation provided for visitors. " At Lodge Phoenix on Friday even >; ing, the master of the Lodge, Wor* ;-- Bro. T Masefield, made a presentation 'Ji to Bro. A Gray, who has volunteered for service, and is leaving < shortly for camp. The consisted of a money belt and pipes; -Mm

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PERSONAL ITEMS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3529, 21 March 1916

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PERSONAL ITEMS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3529, 21 March 1916

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