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At Morris and Seelyd’e Clothing Factory on Saturday Mr L. Mortis,, on leaving the firm’s employ, was presented, with, ,8, gold albert. Mr M&ry.made ‘ihe :> Mr Morris thanked his shopmates for their handsome gift. '■ : News has reached us that Mr F; Mallard will be succeeded in the loealmanagement of the Alliance'lnsurance. Company by Mr C< R, Smith, of the Christohurch.branch. Mr Mallard’s retirement is due to the..compulsory age clause of the company’s service' (the retiring age being sixty years), and we may add that the general manager in notifying the change assured Mr Mallard that he is thoroughly satisfied with the able manner in which he has conducted the management of the Dunedin branch both under the Union Company at the inception and under the Alliance in later days.. Mr Mallard retires at the end of the year. Mr Smith arrives about the middle of this month.

At the telephone exchange on Saturday afternoon Mr F. Ausdellj for many years in charge of the construction and maintenance department of the Otago branch of the tele : phone service, was presented by Inspector Orchiston, on behalf of the employes, with a marble clock. The inspector, in making the presentation, congratulated Mr Ansdell on his promotion to the Auckland district, and testified to the ability-ahvays shown by that officer in the execution of. his duties. Mr Aoadoll suitably acknowledged the complimentary remarks and handsome gift. He leaves for Auckland to-morrow afternoon.

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PERSONAL., Issue 10459, 1 November 1897

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PERSONAL. Issue 10459, 1 November 1897

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