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PERSONAL.

Mißs Margaret Watson, eldest daughter of Mr Robert Watson, a very old resident of Roslyn, and a prominent borough councillor, was married yesterday to Mr A. Kedzlie, of Gore. The bride was the recipient of a large number of valuable and useful presents.

Another old colonist, Mr Peter Clark, of Christchurch, is dead. He landed in Dunedininlß63.

Mr G. E. Tucker, merchant, of Invercargill, died on Saturday. He came to New Zealand in 1861 from Tasmania, and entered the postal department. He was appointed to the charge of the Bluff Post Office, a position he occupied for some years, when he joined Mr S. Nichol in business at the Bluff. The partnership existed until 1884, wh*en Mr Tucker started on his own account in Invercargill. ■■ • .■. Mr 1 Grimmond, who contested the Premier's seat at the last election, ia now on the Clondyke gold fields. The Westport Hospital Board have appointed Miss Payne, of Wellington, matron; Miss Hooper, of .Dunedin, probationer nurse; and Miss Wafer, of Kumara, la'undress. ■'..•-.

Lady Tichborne ia a passenger for Australia per Aorangi. Mr J. H. Hume, of the Gore staff of the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, proceeds to the Auckland office, and will be succeeded by Mr Cowan. Mr H. Atkinson, who landed at. LytteL too in 1859, died on Saturday. On Monday last, at Morris and Seelye's clothing factory, Miss Polly Cooney waa the recipient of a full dinner set and other small articles from her fellow-employe's on the eve of her marriage. Mr Seeyle made the presentation.

Mr 6. Fenwick returned to Dunedin yesterday, lookiDg well after hia trip to England and America, and glad to see Dunedin again.: I met Mr Ben Tillett on Wednesday, says the ' Lyctelton Times' Wellington correspondent, and found him looking exceedingly well. He told me that hie more robust appearance was a correct reflex of: his condition, as about a week ago his heart affection took a most favorable turn, and he now only suffers slightly from bronchial asthma. Dr Charleß Vincent, the Trinity College examiner, was joint editor with Bir John Stainer of the musical edition of Bishop Bickerateth'a ' Church Hymnal.' • ■'•'■■- : Archbishop Bedwood has left for Melbourne to assist in opening St.':j?atrick'a Cathedral; ' s - : "t " : r ;; '

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PERSONAL., Evening Star, Issue 10445, 15 October 1897

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PERSONAL. Evening Star, Issue 10445, 15 October 1897

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