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,Mr Foster, of Ruapuna, has receiv-' ca 1 advice from Base Records that his son, Private 11. .T. Foster, is returning home by the Ara-wa, duo, hi Lyttel-' ton on May 13th. (Private Foster left with the sth Ruiuforuments, and was at Gallipoli, Egypt and France, being: only once wounded during four years' service..

1 Mr Clinton. IJjirr Hill, has boon advised that his son James is returning on the Carpentaria, duo on or 1 about May 14. Private Clinton left with Llio Tenth Reinforcements. I Mr L. M. X'jblo, Lynnford, ha* received word that his son, Sergeant L. A. Noble, M.M.. with bar, is returning to New Zealand on the Carpentaria. Sergeant Noble left with tho Main Body,"was invalided home, and returned with the Eleventh Reinforcements. I

As a token of appreciation of services rendered with the New Zealand»Expeditionary Forces overseas, the residents of Elgin have, presented Ex-Rifleman Ernest J. Protheroo with a ."gold-medal,-suitably inscribed.. Since his returning to Now Zealand, Mr Protheroe has been obliged to' undergo at the Christchurch Hosnital one serious and one minor operation, and is'still in very indifferent health. "■•■ ■'•'

Mic<3 Elizabeth . Asquith, eldest daxurhter of the British was married last week to Prince .Antoine Bibeseo, who is attached to the Roumanian^ Legation in London. Most of the prominent politicians attended the ceremony, and Royalty was . represented. , ;

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PERSONAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9601, 5 May 1919

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PERSONAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9601, 5 May 1919

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