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Mr Reginald Kvffin Thomas, on* of tfcy froprietors of the Adelaide 1m as the result of a motor aocident.

Mr Arthur P. Allport, president of tho Stoke Fruitgrowers' Association, Nelson, and fruit member of thai newly-appointed Government Board of Agriculture, is at present in Dunedin. At a largely-attended meeting of the Otago Labor Day Association in the Trades Hall last evening Mr H. Kendall was. presented with an Inscribed gold medal as a token of the members' appreciation of the valuable services rendered by him during his term of office as president. Mr Campbell (vice-president), in making the pre* sentation, referred to Mr Kendall's good qualities, and after several members nad endorsed the remarks Mr Kendall suitably, replied. The death is announced of a well-known and esteemed resident of Timaru, Mr Wfl* ham Gunn, at the age of 65 years. Mr Gunn, who was a dentist, retired a numbcr of rears ago, but was well known to> the public as the proprietor of the TimarA Theatre Royal. Ho also took an active part in racing matters, and was an enthusiastic member of the Timaru Caledonian Society. Ho had been.ailing fotf some time. Mr Gunn leaves a grown-up family. Tho death occurred in Dunedin last even* ing of Mr John Malloch, who lived for many years in the Kyeburn district, whor« he settled soon after his arrival in Naw Zealand in 1863. Mr Malloch-, who was a bachelor, was 76 years of age. Dr Gowland, "who was recently ap? pointed to the Chair of Anatomy Ofam University, arrived by the W*staalia &•' dav.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15678, 17 December 1914

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