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Miss Eliery, Mayfield, who met with a serious accident,, .recently, is Jnow well on the way \6 complete^ recovery, but is still an inmate of a local private hospital.

Mrs Lochhard, Havelock Street, has received advice that her ,son, Private W. D. Lochhard, who left over, two years ago, tfould return by a transport arriving on May 7. ", Sunreon-General H6nderson, who leaves for Sydney by the Mderaki on Monday,' en route for 'England;' was presented yesterday by the Wellington Defence headquarters staffs and medical services, civilian medical practitioners, and civilians with a number of greenstone and other articles, pr. Elliott. in making the presentation, voiced tho genuine regret of the donors at Dr. Henderson's departure, and eulogised his work. Sir James Allen and General Robin also paid tributes.

The Prince of Wales has been elected a member of the Jockey Club. It is also reported that he shortly becomes a Freemason, the Dnke of Connaught conducting the installation.

Mrs N. March, Waterton, has received advice that her son, Corporal W. H. March, is due to arrive by the Kia Or a on May 7. He left with tho 7th Reinforcement.

Mrs J. Baker, Tinwald, has been advised that her yon, Driver J. B. R. Baker. is> returning to New Zealand with draft 242 about May 7. Driver Baker left with the Rifle Brigade in 1915.

•Mrs !E. *6. Hood, Mt. Somers, has received word that her son, Corporal O. F. Hood, is returning to New Zealand by the Kia Ora, and is due about May 7. Corporal Hood left with the Ninth Reinforcement.

Mrs J. Stills,. Cameron Street, has been advised that her eldest son, Rifleman Claud (Jack) Stills, is returning by the Northumberland. He left with tho Fifteenth Reinforcements. Also Driver Charles Stills returns by the J£ia Ora. duo to arrive in Lvttelton aboiit May. 7. Driver Stills 'left with the Sixth Reinforcements.

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PERSONAL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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PERSONAL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9595, 26 April 1919

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