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PERSONAL

The, following' '/Ashburton County soldiers are on board the Maheno, due to ■ arrive on April 20:—A. G-. !• Bishop," Barr Hill: R. Burrowes, Kakaia; A. Dent, Lyndhurst; W. A. Thompson, WinsloW- W. ,J> Young, Tinwald. •

Mr J. Henderson, 1 Hinds, has received word that his son, Sergeant W. A. Henderson, Tenth Reinforcements, is suffering from severe malaria in the Abbassia General Hospital, Egypt.

Dr. C.H. Golding-Bird has resigned the Bishopric of Kalgooi'lie, owing to throat tremble.

A Press Association message from; Wellington states that Mr Harold| Beauchamp has been re-elected chair-! man* of directors of the Bank of Newi Zealand. .

The translation.of Dr. Yeatman-Biggs, Bishop of Worcester, to the newlyformed see of Coventry, brought about a number of interesting promotions hi Church circles at Home. The, vacancy at Worcester was filled by the appointment of Archdeacon Pearce, of West, minster, who, in his turn, was succeeded by Canon Carnegie; who recently became the second husband of Mrs JoseDh Chamberlain. Archdeacon Carnegie's position as Canon of Westminster was given to the Rev. Dr. Barnes. Master of the Temple.

Included in the list'of soldiers returning by the Raranga are the. followiA^: Privates P. B. Gardiner,. Rakaia; and R. Nealon, Ashburton.

Mr A. McLauchlnn, Lowcliffe, has rpoeived official advice that his son. Private Alick MeLauchlan. is returning to New Zealand on the Corinthic. due to arrive at Lvttelton on or about April 22. Private McLauchJan left with the Eighteenth Reinforcements.

On inquiries being mads this afternoon it was ascertained that Miss Rllery, who was admitted to the Park Hou«e private hospital on Wednesday, as the result of a kick from n, horse, has Teo;amed consciousness, and is im-

proving,

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PERSONAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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PERSONAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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