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(FROM Otn SPI-CIAI CORittSrOXDFST'
LONDON Sept li
Mr. Oswald Watt obtained some weeks ago his certificate for flying In the "Bristol"
1 aviation school on Salisbury Plain. A num-
ber of officers from the British and Indian armies were thero at the same time as Mr. Watt, who gained his certificate In throe weeks, a shorter time than any of tho others. Tho test consists in piloting a machine through ton figures of eight, and being able to fly at a height of 150ft. Two Victorians, Messrs. Harry Busleetfand Eric Harrison,
are at the school. The former Is said to ho a very popular instructor. Mr. Oswald Watt
leaves for Australia in October,"* visiting
india on the way for tho Durbar.
Miss Violet Jackson, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Jackson, of Darling Point, Sydney, was married on August 31 at St. James' Church, Spanish-place, to Mr. vA'alter Ehrlg, of East London, South Africa. In the absence of her father, the brido was given away by an old family friend, General Leefe. The. bride and bridegroom left the same afternoon for South Africa. "
Mrs. R. F. rockley, of Sydney, and her
daughters, aro on a visit to Ireland. I
Miss.Eadith Walker has left London on her return voyago to Australia. ,
The health of Judge Chomlcy, who has boon ill In Ireland, has improved, but it will be some time before he is able to return to Aus- tralia.