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-"yrfy ' ;;.,.yriaaja»iii»fa#^T , '''"''r.'* iii -. New tt» «." ( Mr A. E. Massing is announced aa * candidate for the Hamilton Mayoralty. Mr W. A. Boucher, Q#vetn*ent poraataglet wm a idaaaagar kr the Taka* •ma for ta* Souta today. Vf - Among tfe'pYsashaara front Wha*. gerel by the Kgapofl hut night were the Rev*, ldtt aVdWOee*. Oonatable Armatros- has been tranaferred 'front' Auckland 'to irrHie/hnl will shortly leave for that township. lit. and Mrs. Arthur Brett and Mr. and Mrs. Ford, of Auckland, left Napier for their homes per motor-car on W*4----flejda/,' The Meatre. Skrater, .Of Cambridge, tfaw;S*i^lto';o« , .:»,'viist.*byNapier, left on the; retain jowraejr by motor-car -«• - '-':V Wedaaaiay. ' , Ur. aad Mm. Neteo*. of Wellington, return by the Mats Trunk traia to-nlgat. While hi Aaekautd they were guests at tha Gail Bote}. Mr. E Baaaford, who mecaedo Mr. J. M. Bathaal at Begfrtm-Oawetwf of Land, «nd Deedt, praeeede to Weffiagtoh is a weea or tea days' thae. ;•.'-.-• HU, Mordaeh McUaa arrived la Aaek. laad this aMrsiag by the Main Traak trata, md will be. j,. towa, far about a -taraaialr -*■-■*- -- ■.:.* .... ■«*.." ■■- r ... ■ ■--*■; -. . ■'■---■■■'. ■' High led a, Mhae. m MJO&. SattWh. :■'':-:-:: ana.' . ■» : aye Men ckt'.'tai - rji ■ od, who . fea.--,.Wa»«-.:"... Sip** SP3»; ; .':". Mete io aaa for Saghuat aa Kay H. Ha waa the gaeet af tha .Moaatry at S»!y* l gai V~ fe °* , ***kla. aest ' kail bam meat hi very appropriate music ' It. IS?* >*" Sag Byae" and thfaieaeen for the happy eoople. ended

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PERSONAL., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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PERSONAL. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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