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...The, Hon. ,7. G. Ward will amvejthis evening from Invefcafgill" by the "South express, on his way to Wellington. - exchange states,ou what authority we do.-not. know, that Henry George, whose death is reported by cable,"died worth about £IOO,OOO. - • The Lawrence paper states that Constable Hastings, of Waitati, has been transferred to" Lawrence, and that Mr H. J. Day, station-master at Balclntha, is to be transferred to Hawera. The death is announced of an old colonist, Mr John Darrach, shipbuilder, of Mahurangi Heads, in his eighty-first year. Mr Darrach, who came from Prince Edward Island many years ago, built a large number of Auckland vessels, and was one of the bestI known shipbuilders in the province. | The Rev. W. H. Fitchett, 8.A., editor of the Australasian ' Review of Reviews,' ia one of the delegates to the Methodist General Conference at Auckland. Mr H. Nicholson, who has lately been transferred from Pet one to the Hillside Workshops, Dunedin, was on Saturday the recipient of a present consisting of a gold ring and a set of gold links and studs. The presentation was made by Mr Evans, on behalf of the Petone Workshops employe j , as a token of the esteem in which Mr Nicholson is held by his fellow-workers.

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PERSONAL., Issue 10467, 10 November 1897

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PERSONAL. Issue 10467, 10 November 1897

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