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PERSONAL.

j The Ron, Dr. TFindlay intends Y-sitlhg Dunedin' this -week*

; 'Mr, and- Mrs. ,Ben Euller are leaving Wellington to-day for San ITrancisco.

Mr W- T. . Wood, ex ; M.P., has declined to; mayoralty. '■'■'/: Mr W. Hi the sta__;pf the Magistrate's Court, EotOfUa, was presented yesterday ;by his' friends "witha* gold watch and,chain, ft ..7' -"- ■•'- Sergeant : Rogers, .of the. Cnehunga' Police districit, leaves' : to-morrOw-''";for" a,'; three .-weeks-holiday. He• will" be re- : lieved by Sergeant Montgomery. ...

Mr J. U. Kanson, BA.,r.who .has on the staff- ot the Cambridge District High School, has been,appointed assist-; antmastet of the Thames. District" High, School.)'- .: ■■;.._ ...... . \„ .' .. ~

•'' ; The ; __fon. D. He Health, loft Wellington yesterday, for, tiie North, and is at the Ruakura Experimental Farm to-day, where'there.is.a*big: gathering of Waikato. fanners.

Mr H., 1). Belli. K r C., Qro\vn Solicitor, Wellington,- iritentls leaving-- New-___ea.« land '[■ fdr Erlglahd by*he' Atheniu-oh March * : Zs' to ' appear before the Privy; Council on" a couple Of- important eases. While at Home Mr' Bell will represent Victoria Collegerat* the Darwin, centenary* celebrations; :■•■ In Mr TBell's absence,j,Mr; M7ltyers'will'"discharge the duties pfc Grown Solicitor

His Excellency the Governor will on Wednesday leave Wellington"in theiebm-i p-ufty' 6f the H6n. Jamer Carroll arid Hon.' A. ,T. Ngatapon. a ; visit'-to-the tJrewerai Country. The party' will leave;-Napier in the Tnt-Uiekai for Tuparba,where they; will be by Monday. An official Wel_Ot__} arid reception will belield: there, and bint' the •following 'day "the party Will. proceed to W-ttomatatini.' ■ ■■' /ft /■: -j; ,-•/

A.'Veriy*- *(Sl«_i_nhg "fi&oifcioii took placfif sit.'the annual picnic of Messrs MtLneand Choyce, Ltd., lasti when" occasion was taken to present Mr i S. Milne, the popular secretary .of' the firm, 'kySilvfef Salver, Bubsc_ibed? for byf the ' entire staff' on theo ■ cession; of hia marriage. The - presentation was made by Mr H. 0. Choyce; and ruitablyy ac?_ knowledged by the recipient.- -■'■- .'—^.7

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PERSONAL. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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