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PERSONAL

At the meeting of tho Pont Chalmers Borough Council last evening it was decided, on the motion of Cr Stevenson, to send a congratulatory letter to the Mayor (Mr T. Sc oil ay) on the occasion of his marriage. Miss Ma-r-zaret Smith, assistant teacher at Outvam. has been recommended far the position, of junior assistant at the Anderson Bay School.

Mr justice Edwards met with a painful, though fortunately not a. very serious, accident yesterday morning (says Saturday’s ‘Dominion’). Riding a motor cycle round the Basin Reserve, he collided with a tram car, and was thrown to the roadway, sustaining a shaking, and cuts on. the face.

We understand that at to-night’s meeting of the Mornington P»orough Council Cr T. K. Moody will give notion of his intention to resign his seat. This step lias been occasioned by the fact Unit Cr Moody has accepted tho position of financial manager for J. Dulloid and Co., Ltd., the old-established drapers of Da mam. During Iris five-months’ term of office Cr Moody has been an indefatigable worker in the interests of the borough. Dr Lyth, medical director at the Pleasant Valley Sanatorium, has been granted a. month’s leave of absence.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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PERSONAL Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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