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PERSONAL.

Dr and Mrs G. Lyori and family intend to leave Ashbuiton on May 5 en route for the Old Country. They will return within a year's time.

At .the meeting of the AshSurton Technical Classes Association yesterday, Misses E. Teppett and B. Clark were appointed as probationers in the Domestic Science Classes.

Mrs D. Thomas, Miss. Thomas, and Mr 0. S. Thomas will leave Ashburton for the Homeland on the 25th .instant. They purpose being away 'for a year, and will make a tour of the United Kingdom and parts of the Continent of Europe.

A London cable message) announces that the Ri. Hon. 11. C. MunroFerguson (the new Governor-General of Australia) and the Rt. Hon. Sydney Buxton have been created Knights Grand Cross of St. Michael and St. George. ' ;

A Wellington Press Association message states that a presentation was made to-day by the Bar to Mr D. G. Cooper, Registrar 'of the Supreme Court, on his.elevation to the Magisterial Bench. He. will probably take up his duties next week ' '

The. Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Ward was a through passenger for "Wellington last night. He will' return, south by Monday's first express; It is his intention to speak in his torate, probably on Friday next, when he will reply to statements made by the Rt. Hon. W. F. Massey and the Hon. James'Allen.

The representative touring team of Australian bowlers passed through Ashburton by the first express this morning. They will play at Timara to-day, leaving, again by the second southward express. They were met at, the-sta-tion by-Messrs' H. C. Craighead, J. T. M. Priest, and T£. T. C. Turnery-. 1 representatives of the Asliburton Bowling Club, and chatted whilst the train was standing stationary.

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PERSONAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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PERSONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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