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Personal Items.

The Hon. W. Downie his secretary, Mr L. K. rived from the south last Minister will go to to open tho High School Library, and will travel to this evening. Mr Stewart attiffliififa sitting of the Dominion Counsil|l N.Z.R.S.A, last evening. s The Rev. Father Graham, cf flijifj has been advised of big traujf^ Messrs A. Holland (DunediaV ''-Jlb A. L. Lamb (Timaru) arc the United Service Hotel. ' ~ Guests at Warner' a Hotel favlfpj —Messrs H. Johnson H. Hooper (England), and J. At the annual meeting of para County Council, Mr N. uell was elected chairman for suing year. ; Cabled advice has been Colonel R. M. Williams and Williams, R.N., who sailed frhftgajlj Zealand in the Hertford, London on 3rd inst. At the meeting of the Ohffa&Ml Poultry Club last night a vote ffcjgra pathy was passed with Mr W, £i]ra| tyn, a member of the club, death of his wife on Sunday. A vote of condolence with Wilson, a member of the committwju the recent loss of his wag'ftttjra at last night's meeting of tha »J!aiala tee of the Canterbury Society fggSra Prevention of Cruelty to An3tot&-sji A cafcle has been revived in edin advising that Dr.- P. J. obtained the F.R.C.S. (London! "jB Jory studied at the Otogd "maj School. He left for the war Main Body, and rose to th» lieutenant-colonel.' On Sunday Mr Frank General Manager of ihg church Tramways, funeral of his Kipx>enberger, of Studhdjjj<p|SH tion, who succumbed to the Koßmß received whilst driving ' a Friday last. Mr Wellington last night >to Tramway Board in the metal workers' assistants Wellington. Mr Eric Ramsden, who' ree6ai|jn initial journalistic training' of the Wairarapa. "Age,"' lately been engaged in neweptiSfljwß In Auckland and Wellington appointed an assistant foreiritfgSfiSs by Mr "W. H. M London publisher of the "Qimßsßmß prietary, who is visiting at present. Together with hHB Cameron, Mr Ramsden will.tMHH land toward the end of tralia, en route to the East,, ;tf§3lsra "Borneo, Si am, China and &j|§raHH ing in England in two yeexmßßSmt South Africa. "

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Personal Items., Press, Volume LX, Issue 18095, 10 June 1924

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Personal Items. Press, Volume LX, Issue 18095, 10 June 1924

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