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PERSONAL.

If possible, Major-General Godley will attend tho Ashburton Show next month for the purpose of witnessing the military events.

Captains Hardy (Rakaia) and' Kennedy (Geraldine), of the Territorials, are at present undergoing examination for the office of Major, and Lieutenant Barker (Woodbury) for that of Captain. Captain C. P. S. Nicholls is supervising the examination at the-Drill Hall.

Mr B. T. Norris,'_M.A., assistantregistrar of the University of New "Zealand, has been appointed registrar of Victoria College (Wellington) in place of Mr C. P. Powles, who retires at ■the end of the month. Mr Norris was formerly headmaster of the Ashburton High School. .

Following arc the names of the. Canterbury candidates who passed the Public Service senior examination held in January : Christchurch—William Bradbury, Stephen'Brooker, Arthur Cavell, Stanley Day, William Duncan, John Hamilton, Arnold Ryland, Arthur Shielton, Arthur Sneesby, Frederic Stubberfield, Lionel Taylor, Ernest Walton, Arthur Woodford, Arthur Watkins. Timaru —John Cotter, in

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PERSONAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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PERSONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8798, 19 February 1914

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