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PERSONAL

The Hon. Jas. Allen went through from Milton to Christchurch by tho express today. Ho goes on to Wellington this even’ng. At tho conclusion of the Otago Harbor Board’s meeting: last night Mr T. Scollay (Mayor of Port Chalmers) was felicitated by members upon his recent marriage, and the deputy chairman (Mr J. M. Dickson) presented on behalf of members a silver cako dish for Mrs Scollay’s acceptance, and a silver inonogramed cigarette case for Mr Scollav. “ I hope,” said Mr Dickson, “that Mrs Scollay will accept this as a token of tho liigh esteem and affection in which wo hold her husband. Mr Scollay replied briefly, and was hcartilv toasted. London advises that Captain Charles Carlos Clarke, of the Royal Bucks Hussars, was married to Lady Eileen Knox, tho youngest daughter of Lord Ranfnrly. . Mr and Mrs Joseph Snarrow, of Leith street, celebrated their golden wedding tolav- They were married on November 23,' 1864. at Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. An Gam am message states that Mr G. Livingstone lias been re-elected chairman of tho Wnitaki County Council.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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