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At last night's nesting of tbo City Council ex-Cr Sul'ivnn was pressed wiih a framed and engrossed eopy of i'ne resolutioi. passed by the council expressing their rppreciation of his work in the council as a representative of South Ward. The Mayor .said that those councillors who had served on the Water Committee knew the. amount, of time Mr Sullivan had devoted to the interests of thai- department in tb«>capacity of chairman of (he committee. Mr Sullivan thanked councillors for their handsome address. Later a number of the councillors entertained Mr Sullivan at a social function.

Miss Isobcl ,T. Maedonakl, M.A., a daughter of the late Professor Macdonald, of the Ormond Theological College, at present senior mistress in the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Melbourne, has been appointed principal of the Auckland Presbyterian College for Young Ladies, formerly Miss Bews's Mount Eden Collegiate School. Miss Macdonald is highly recommtmk'cl by the principal of the Melbourne institution, Mr William Cray, who states that her university course was one. of exceptional brilliance. A. capable, platform speaker, she has played a prominent part in Christian Union work. Her university studies included French., Greek, Latin, history, and English, in all of which she is very proficient.

The following Oamaru candidates se cured matriculation passes : —Margaret H. Calder, Jas. J. Church. Reuben E. Dimick, Remi P. MTntosb, Wilfred MacLamin, lan W. B. Roy, Kate L. Simkin, Brian 11. Skeet, Oliver A. K. Smith, Olive M. Watson, John F. Wright, Partial passes : Geo. M. Evans, Robert S. Hamilton, Win. A. Johnston, Isabel P. M'Gregor. Completed examinations: Graham D. Lindsay. Joseph T. Martin, Alfred J. L. Minifee, Kingslcy R. Steenson, Arthur K. Tateson. In the matriculation results, published yesterday, the name Sylvester L. Gwine should have been Sylvester L. Geerin.

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PERSONAL, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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PERSONAL Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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