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THE PREMIER'S HEALTH.

Wellington, January 12. Mr Massey ia almost restored to complete health. He left last night, for Auckland, where he will stay about a week, but does not intend to undertake any business there. Dis cussing his illness, be said that, al though 57, be had never before been confined to bed for a single day.

Wellington, January 12

General Godley has advised that the performances of the undermentioned New Zealanders at tbe Military College of -Australia were most meritorious on the three years work of the first batch of- 1911:—Staff Cadet VlcClelland comes out on top with 20.836 marks out of a total of 28,155, and Corporal Miles second with 20.821. Ia tbe second batch, 1912, Staff Cadet Opie is fifth with 13,864 out of a possible 19,190. In tbe third batch, 1913, Staff Cadet Brown is third with 6964 out of 8250.

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THE PREMIER'S HEALTH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 13 January 1914

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THE PREMIER'S HEALTH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 13 January 1914

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