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PERSONAL ITEMS.

The Rev. W. Scorgie ia a passenger from Wellington by the Penguin to-day. The Yen. Archdeacou Allnutt arrived in Christchurch yesterday.

Mr and Mrs Macquarrie, Nelson, are in Christchurch.

Dr. Gibbs, NelsoD, came into town yesterday.

Mr F. J. Crick, of Wellington, is in town. Mr T. F. Lance, Horsley Down, ia staying here. Mr, Mrs, aud Miss Carlyoa, Dunedin, are paying it visit to Christchurch. Ma Winter, Dunedin, are in Christchurch. Dr. and Mrs Muurow, Dunedin, are staying here. Mr J. Anderson returned to Christchurch from tho South Hat evening. Mr R. Palaireo has gone on a visit to Dunedin. Mrs li. Mace, Brooklyn, left for Dunedin by the Klora yesterday. Mr X S. Coster came to town last evening. Mr W. H. Derry went South by the express j'esterday. Mr Somerviile cama to Christchuroh by the express last evening.

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PERSONAL ITEMS., Press, Volume LIII, Issue 9841, 15 February 1896

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PERSONAL ITEMS. Press, Volume LIII, Issue 9841, 15 February 1896

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