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PERSONAL

ProlWsor I.aby. of Victoria College. We 1 - has been appointed Professor of Natural Tliftoiy at tlio University of Melbourne.

On Saturday evening tit; 1 members ol tbf Dunedin Harmonists met at the •'.Siivov" to <lo honor to their conductor. .Air AA*'. R. Don. on the occasion of the < hoir winning the Dresden ehaUenee shield, and for the purpose of p'-esotitinu hint with an enlarged illuminated photograph and t;old pendant set with diamonds. Mr 11. P. Dcsmouiius made the presentation, and at the same time teferred in eulogistic terms of Mr Don as conductor. Mr Don thanked the members for their kind tokens, which he would always cherish. The function took the form of a. dress musical evening and dame till a late hour.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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