The Dunedin Bowling Club will lose an enthusiastic supporter in Mr J. G. Moore (their vice-president), who has received the appointment of manager of the Christchurch branch of Sargood, Son, and Ewen. The Hons. G. M'Lean and D. Pinkerton, Messrs James Allen, Seobie Mackenzie, and Carncrosa left by the express this mornMr J. A. Millar will go North by tomorrow's express. Mr W. Beehan has been eleoted president of the Auckland Liberal Association. Dr James Kilgour, of Parnell (Auckland), has died, aged eighty-five years. He arrived in Melbourne in 1839, and at Nelson in 1859. After that he went to Picton and Wellington, leaving in 1869 for the Thames goldfields. A large number of the friends of Mr E. R. Sincock entertained him at a social meeting held at the City Hotel on Friday night, and wished him success in his career at Welling. £? n V, to T hj i oh place he has been transferred. Mr L. M. Mouat, who was in the chair," presented Mr Sincock, on behalf of the subscribers, with a valuable pipe and walking
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PERSONAL., Evening Star, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
PERSONAL. Evening Star, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
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