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A London communication. clat*d July I, stated that Mr and Mrs J. A. Jordan and Miss Jordan, of Tauranga, had arrived by way of Africa, and they have .since been enjoying the principal events of the London season. They will motor through England, Scotland and Wales, and on their return will go to Ireland. An extended tour of the Continent will follow'. Dr. M. Miley, of England, is at present spending a few days in Tauranga as the guest of the Rev. and .Mrs A. F. Hall. Dr. Miley is making a tour of New Zealand and leaves on Friday for Rotorua.

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PERSONAL, Bay of Plenty Times, Volume LV, Issue 9555, 10 August 1927

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PERSONAL Bay of Plenty Times, Volume LV, Issue 9555, 10 August 1927

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