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PERSONAL

The E-ev. R. E. Davics, minister si Knox Church, reached Fremantle vc?U-!-day. He is expected iii Dtmedin early in February.

M.r A - . J. IT. BfTigc, who has acted .'is secretary to the Public Service- l>>mm:Fsimiexs "since the beginning of 1913, has b«u appointed chief clerk of the hv-pec-tion branch of the Education Department, created under the centralisation f-.cheme of last session's legislation (fays the. Xew Zealand 'Tiimw'). T)r H. D. Robertson, son of Mr Donald Robertson, Public Service CommiF^ioTiet, formerly of the Wellington and th.- St rat - fnrd Hospitals, who is nov.\ in lias received a commission in the lioy.l Army Medical Coni;;, find is at, present with" the troops on Salisbury Plain.

Mr Max Scherek has returned to Tlunediu after a six-weeks' visit to the othei

Ex-Ovnndilnr M''.V:>]].;in iriti bo a candidate for Leiih Ward at the Munieip.' elections in April, next.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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PERSONAL Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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