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PERSONAL.

Captain W. Scotland, of the Shaw, Savill and Albion Company’s steamer Aotea, underwent a delicate operation for an internal complaint at Wellington on Tuesday last, which left him in a very weak state. To-day the local office is advised that Captain Scotland is progressing steadily towards recovery, and hopes soon to resume his duties.

- Apoint omitted in the obituary notice of Mr H. S. Fish is that he was at one time a corporal in the B Battery of Artillery, and held the office of secretary. Mr W. Hastie, a well-known coach-driver in the Wanaka district, died this week at Roxburgh. The ‘ Grey River Argus * says that Dr Charles Morice has been formally engaged to Miss Louie Saddon, third daughter of the Premier, The engagement took plaoa in Ragland, where Dr Charles Morice is at present.

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PERSONAL., Issue 10428, 24 September 1897

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PERSONAL. Issue 10428, 24 September 1897

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