The executive of t-lio .Scottish Borderers* Association met, on Friday evening. Mr E. W. Glendininsr (vice-president) occupied tho chair. The other members prosent wero Messrs Win. Richardson, W. Ripley. IT. Crazier, A. Clark, YV. Hislop, and James Caldwell (secretary). Consideration was given to a. proposal to hold a picnic some time in February, and a uncial reunion arranged for January. Mv Robort Cuthill (Mosgicl) was elected a vice-president, and Mr Thos. YValsh (Moegiel) was elected to fill the vacancy in the executive caused by tho resignation of Mr H. Crozier, who is leaving to join the Expeditionary Force reinforcements. The chairman conveyed to Mr Crozier the good wishes of tho Association, and in presenting him with a fountain pen on behalf of tho members, wished him good guidance and a safe return. Mr Glendining stated that Mr Crozier was tho third member of the executive to volunteer for the front, and added that many members of the association had joined the colors, and were now with the main body in Egypt. Mr Crozier feelingly responded. He said he regretted leaving the executive, but was glad to be able to answer the call, and hoped to be again with the association on his return.
Patrons of the Municipal Baths should not leave valuables in their pockets -when they go for a dip. One of our employees left some silver in his pocket yesterday, and ait'.'.r dressing found he had been robbed. Mr Olds, the caretaker, questioned several bovs, but failed to find the thief. This is the third or fourth complaint to the caretaker during the last Few days. A notice might be placed in the baths requesting patrons to leave their valuables in the caretaker's office. A Christchurcb. message states that the police yesterday seized a wireless plant at Heathcote, which was installed 12 months ago, and was owned by an omJjiojfee pi the-Railway D*partmjsai.
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