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At tho meeting of tho Otago University Council this aftornoon the Chancellor (Rev. A. Cameron) conveyed the congratulations of the council to Messrs W. Downic Stewart and T. K. Sidey on .their success at tliu General Elections.—Resolutions of condolence were passed with regard to the death of Dr Shand and Surgeon-Lieutenant Ernest Webb (accidentally killed on his way to the front).—The tender of J. and T. Christio (£9B os) for electrio lighting in the medical extensions was accepted.— The Finance Committee's recommendation that the council withdraw Joe five years the Beverly Entrance Scholarship was agreed to, it being reported that there were no loose funds available for the fund. Dr Malcolm was appointed a representative of tho council oa tna University Senate. — m

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15676, 15 December 1914

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