The City Council last evening placed on record their appreciation of the services rendered by a former councillor (Mr A. J. Sullivan), especially in regard Ut the water department, and it was decided to forward him an engrossed minute, signed by the Mayor and councillors. Mr ,S. M. Simpson, of the Balclutha Post Office staff, has been transferred to Dunedin, and Mr J. E. Jenkins, of tbo Oamaru Office, has been appointed to Balclutha. Constable Drary, who lias been stationed at Ravonsbourno for some years past, has been transferred to St. Clair. A Christchurch telegram report# the death of Mr Michael Murphy, aged 81. The deceased was prominent in public matters, particularly in connection with Canterbury A. and P. Association, of which he was secretary for many years. He was the son of Professor Murphy, who occupied the Chair of Agriculture at Queen's University, Ireland. A Sydney cable states that Mr J. M'Gowan. ex-Premier of New South Wales, is seriously ill.
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PERSONAL, Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914
PERSONAL Evening Star, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914
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