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Yesterday evening the (-indents: of the English made a. premutation, after their annual term examination, to ])r Oilray, profes-soi- of English, to congratulate .him on bis twenty-fifth year of .cotvice, in the University t of Otago. There are i'-c-w- o)i)W>rUmiM<-:."i<w 1 Vis» studont-s to shuw tha .itfi'ction a"d a<lmii-atiou thev have foi Dv (.iilray. bui r a. li(t/< ecu! was' found for their feelings last, nh;ht. v. lieu the buiidir.Lr« echoed with, ciici'r.s and' ha-kap and •lie's a J-dlv ifood J-cllow.'

Mr H. A.'Munio.. le.Td iu.-peet..r of lh« Aciicult.uial Department- Un' South Olago. with ofiiec at, lialclutha. has received notii-o of i.raiisfei- U, I'ajrlie, in tlu* Ma£keiizi« County. South Caßt-crbtny. During bis recent farewell toar in the South. Ishiud the (louuni.ssiouer of flu: Salvation Army promoted several of the held oiiieejs in the Dunedin division. They were as follow : Liecfenaiit Graham, of Elutf, to lie captain : Ensign Parsons, of Balclutha, tu be adjutant; Captain _Lumund, of Pott Chalmers., to bo enaign. The (..'ommisßj'oner has also made some promotions in connection with, the women's social wotk. .among them being ihe following :—Lieutenant QnukfaJl, of the Dunedin Kescirr, Home, to lie captain. •'Our Own" wives from Wellingtnn Utal Mr ').'. K. Sidey. 31.P., intends to >-Jrif his this week-end. Mi- Edwin Mack, who in well known iti Dunedin as a black-and-white caricaturist, and who has )>?.en doin-; some clever work in this line for the Wellington 'Freelance,' left here to-day'to takeup his Ksidenco in the Empire City.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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