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PERSONAL

' I The Diuiediu Horticultural Society ia.st j | iii/lit ruve«n!ed Mr j). ].am,ieh with a , ' ease of pipe* in token of tlio n.eiu'wjs' ;i pJ j [nvfiittion of iiLs valuable i-frvices, extond- ., j bar owr a juried of 10 yean;; while .Mi*; '. J.ariiu-ch, who i'ulfuJed tin.- <lut.:es of seore- . i Uuy so e.ipahly her father'.- .ahfenw ' in the Homeland, war, also the recipient ,j of a small moi-.0r.10. .M,' J>, S\ Invir. . ■ (]:refwl'-.ii) and tf'-virial ij:-jii;Lr-is of eo:n- ---| : nit too epoke Hoarding Mr j L'lrnadi* uafaiihij,' i/ourtcs-y and iliv vner- ; j tetic work which hj- nngrud ; : ng.'y gave. j l-o fuithcr tho of hoiticrJuijiv. j A Con; »ta'*s ihat, the Hon j W. Fr riser arrive! from tho Xorth ias-t j I'ia'it, ar:d p?o'.-:;.:riej through the f.outheiii j end ot his electorate t.his morning. Ho. ! g-.cs i-n t"> Qn£-irr&tcA'.-n <-o-night, and i tb.;r,ee orocKd-, to Groin well arid Clyde I via Pembroke. | Sir .Tojepli Ward returned to Wellington this niorninp'. He is eyr.-ncted to reach Duv.-eclin ~>n Sa'.urar'y, ;;nd to go on south. Jt is Sir Jo.-.pi'.-, irucr.tion to spend some : d.'ys in :h;? Awnnu constituency. i .'■ v( h ! /i?h(i?) OS'-v,'..; visii lo Duncdin i tenninated to-day, he leaving by the 11.15 ; express for \\>iiiiu:to:i. j Ta" K"v. Wy •'!• Tlyimm and Jfrs i I Thomas, of Knox Church, left, by the \vim. | ! irera tins :ron-h;i; on route for India, j I where they i.u'opc.-? .'-peiKlhu.' som? time ho- i ! fovo contiiiriiiii their journey to the Old j j ('<-."!itry. 'Hi"!.? win ." l:n-.-:r number <■'' i v-.M.-ibeVs of Ki:o>: Ciniivh a;:d i ! ii.ciidi: ui liu> yvhaii to bid. them good-byo. \

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PERSONAL, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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