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PERSONAL.

Dr U. M, Hector, president of the Wellington Philosophical Society, at a meeting of the Society in Welling ton on Wednesday, congratulated the secretary, Mr 0. E. Adams (Government Astronomer), on being, awarded a Martin Kellogg Fellowship in the famous Lick Astronomical Observatory. This Fellowship entitles Mr Adams to a year's residence at the Lick Obser vatory—one of the best equipped in the world. His intention is to leave New Zealand with Mrs Adams in August next for San Francisco, and go straightway into residence at the Observatory.

Mr and MrsGeoige Morgan (Akaroa) are again in London (saya the "Press" London correspondent) after spend ing fifteen weeks at Bournemouth. They came to England through Canada, where they stayed lor sou.c time, and were greatly impressed by ihe summer activity of the great Domin ion. The long winter is the obvious drawbaok. Mr and Mrs Morgan have spent some time in Ulster (where Mrs Morgan was born), and they will visit the Continent before leaving for home on May 22nd,

Th 9 Rev. J. B. Galwey (late of Christcbufch and Liltle River), is now at Church Strefcton, Stropsbire, where he is taking temporary duty.. After Easter he expects to go to Little Canfield, Rectory, Dunmore, E3sex, to act as locum tenens for two months. It

i 9 likely that Mr Galwey will take temporary duty at other intervale during his stay in England. Mrs Galwey is with her husband.

The i cv Mr Redgrave, and Mrs Redgrave, vicar of Lincoln, have been spending afew days in Akaroa, and return to Lincoln Thursday next.

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PERSONAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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PERSONAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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