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PERSONAL.

Mr J. A. Millar, M.H.R., went North to-day.

Mr G. Moore, who is studying music at Home, will probably return to Dunedin before long.

R. Blaeklock, a well-known representative cricketer and footballer, died at Wellington yesterday after a long illness. Nurse Allan, of the Dunedin Hospital staff, has been appointed matron of the Patea Hospital. The National Dairy Association have appointed Mr E. F. Duthie secretary. They regret that owing to Mr J. R. Scott having become local agent for Home produce merchants his services as secretary are lost to them, and they acknowledge that the dairy industry of the colony is under a debt of gratitude to Mr Scott for the manner in which he has at all times promoted its interests.

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PERSONAL., Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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PERSONAL. Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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