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PERSONAL

Mr L. W. Eaton, an old identity, died at Auckland the other day at the age of eightvsix years. He came from Nova Scotia. Miss E. H. Pearce, M.A., has been appointed junior mistress at the Girls' High School, Nelson. There were twenty-four applicants {several of whom held degrees) for the post.

At Messrs Reid and Gray's works last evening Mr George Gray was the recipient of a clock from the firm's employes on the occasion of his marriage. Mr J. Garratt, who made the presentation, in a few wellchosen remarks referred to the good feeling which had always existed between the employes and the firm. Mr George Gray responded, and three cheers were given by the employes for the happy couple.

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PERSONAL, Issue 10425, 21 September 1897

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PERSONAL Issue 10425, 21 September 1897

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