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Father Qninn, of Ohristohurob, is at present on the Peninsula; where he is collecting funds for the new co! Ipgiate school to be erected at Papanui, Cbristoburcb.

Mi?s Louise Lelievre, of Akaroa, has entered the Napier Hospital as a probationer Many Akaroa friends will be in terested to hear that Mr Arthur McGregor hag been appointed postmaster at Hokitika. He was for many years in the Akaroa Post Office, and was one of the original members of the Akaroa Boa ! ing Club, holding the portion of captain for a Dumber of ypara. He has been transferred from Nelson, where he was Btationed for some time His new position is a very responsible one, and he is to be congratulated on his substantial ad vancement.

Mr Bockhurat, the Crown Lands ranger for North Canterbury from the Oonway River to theßangitata, visited tbe Peninsula on Monday H« paid a visit of inspection to the Gcvern« ment reserves on tbe Peninsula He was accompanied by bia daughter, Miss Buckhurst, who ppenfc some few days in Akaroa with friends. Miss Dorothea Spinney went by launch to Wainui on Tuesday, returning iminfcdiately She left by the raid d«y car that day en route ' for Hastings, r _whare.she was due Jo-give a recital on Wednesday evening, Misa SpinDey met a number of Akaroa fiiends during her stay here, and ex pressed herself as delighted with the beauty of the district. She will re main in New Zealand till September, when she is making a tour of America. , . Mr and Mrs Alpx Gray returned to Akaroa on Tuesday, and are staying at Mrs E. E; Lelievre's residence Aka , roa. They intend spending a few weeks here previous to Mr Gray's being called up to go iuto oamp.

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PERSONAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3547, 19 May 1916

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PERSONAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3547, 19 May 1916

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