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London advises the death of Mr WilLam Tattersall, a leading cotton trade expert and statistician. At the Wore Competitions, held recently. Miss Sophia. Vivian gained four first prizes and one third, and won the special prize for gaining the highest marks _in the junior section. Master Clive Vivian won one first, two seconds, and one third. At a meeting of Carey Bay resident* a few nights ago it was resolved to nominate Messrs M. Dillon and C. A. M'Lauchlan for the Waikouaiti County Council as representatives of the Blueskin Riding. Mr H. S. Crawford, who has been for 14 years in the employ of the Union Steam Ship Company, most of that time in the head office, was this morning made the recipient of a presentation by tha head office staff, the occasion being that of his approaching marriage.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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