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PERSONAL

The Rev. J. L. Robinson, assistant minister at First Church, Dunedin, has received a call to Columba Presoytenan Church, Oamaru. The Rov. George Bond, who_ ha* lor seven years been chairman of the Auckland district of the Methodist Church, and for four years in charge of tho Grafton Road Church, is retiring from active work in tho ministry. He has completed 44 vears' service- iu the church, and is ; .entitled to retire Mr Bond will become a supernumerary minister, and will continue to reside "in Auckland. The Hon. T. Mackenzie, on behalf oi New Zealand, has telegraphed Lady Rob- | evts that the memory of Lord Roberts's noble life will never die.—London cable. Mr J. R. Sinclair is expected back "n Dunedin early in the year.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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