Mr P. S. Bett, accountant of the National Bank at Balclutha, has retired from the service of that institution to join the firm of Brinsley and Co., Dunedin.—‘Free Press.’ The Rev. G. Heighway, Congregational minister, who is called to Dunedin from Gerringong (N.S. W.), was tendered a public farewell by the people of the district in which he had resided for thirteen years. Mr A. Campbell, M.P. for the district, presented Mr Heighway with a_ purse of sovereigns on behalf of the congregation and the citizens, and in doing so expressed his high appreciation of the Character and the work of the departing clergyman. An impromptu send-off took place at the railway station on Tuesday morning last, the occasion being the departure from Dunedin of Mr R. S. Young, late senior partner of the firm of Young and Anderson, merchants. Princes street, who is : leaving here on account of his health* Mr Thomas Culling, of R. Wilson and Co., acted as spokesman, presenting Mr Young with a purse of sovereigns subscribed by numerous friends. Among the gathering were representatives from most of the chief wholesale and retail houses in the Oitv.
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PERSONAL., Evening Star, Issue 10440, 8 October 1897
PERSONAL. Evening Star, Issue 10440, 8 October 1897
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