A son of District Judge Robinson, of Nelson, has been admitted to practise as a barrister. Mrs E. A. Colclough, who represents a syndicate of American journals, is now making a tour of Australia, and after visiting Tasmania will come on to New Zealand. Lieutenant-commander Leggatt has relieved Commander Ash of the command of H.M.S. Goldfinch. Local oricket circles will gain a decided acquisition in Mr C. R. Smith, of the Alliance Insurance Company, he having been transferred from the Christchurch to the Dunedin office. He was one of the founders of the New Zealand Crioket Association, and has been its secretary ever since. He is not now on the active lißt of player?, but whichever club annexes him will find him an energetic and true sportsman, with an unlimited capacity for work. Mr L. A. Cuff has decided to return to Christchurch, and succeeds Mr Smith as manager of the Lancaster Park. The right man in the right place. The Hon. J. G. Ward proposes visiting the goldfielda shortly and delivering a serin of political addresses.
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PERSONAL., Evening Star, Issue 10442, 11 October 1897
PERSONAL. Evening Star, Issue 10442, 11 October 1897
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