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NEW YEAR HONOURS.

CANADIAN . PREMIER REFUSES.

Ottawa, Jan. 1

A despatch to one of the Ottawa newspapers says that Mr R. L. Borden, the Canadian Pretaier, has again declined a title. The offer was made in connection with tha New Year honours. London, January 1The New Year honours include the «2 Uowing :

Viscount—The Bight Hon. James Bryce.

Barons—Sir Kul'us Isaac, Lord Chief Justice ; Mr Alexander, Presi dent of the Scottish Court of Session ; Sir Charles Cripps, X.C, M P. ; Sir Harold Harmsworth, newspaper proprietor ; William Beardmore, ship buider, Parkhead, Glasgow, who was a liberal contributor to the Shackleton expedition, after whom the Beardmore glacier was named.

Privy Councillor—Hon. W. F, Massey, Prima Minister of New Zealand.

Baronet—Sir Edward Ward, Per manent Secretary of the War Office.

KC.M.G.—Sir Charles Bowen, Speaker of the Legislative Council of New Zealand.

Knights—Mr Oweu Seanen, editor of "Punch" ; Professor Ernest Rutherford, the well-known scientist.

C.M.G -Professor John Shand Dunedin.

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NEW YEAR HONOURS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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NEW YEAR HONOURS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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