:PERSONAL Mr. Finlayson, manager of the State Sdlvings Bank, Wodonga, is on fisa annual leave. His successor le Mr. Pollook.. . Mr. S. Wells, manager of the Stalt Savings Bank, Yackandaodah, is on his annual furlough, Mr. W. Da'rto, of Head Ollico, is rolioving.him. Miis P. Phillips, eld'Ls daughter of \Its. M. Phillips, has passed her final oexnmination as a nurse. Mise Phillips trained at Epworth' Hospitsl, Rich. mend. . Mirs. Jamieson, wife of Dr. 8a. , ':ftuieson,, of .Yarrawonga, has died, hoe was, a daughter of the late Dr. A. Dennis, who ,practised for .mauy ears in Yarrdwonga. . - SDr. Uglow,of ltRutherglen, whilst motoring from ,.Rutherglentto Shop. pjirton, had a serious 'accident. The Ljar skteldel on some looseu metal and collided with a tree, the car being .adly damaged:. Mrs. Uglow had her forehead 'cut open with. the wind screen, necessitating several stitches. Itev. Fither W. Byrne has :been appointed provincial of the ltedomptar. ist Fatheors in Australia. For 15 years no' was in the Pbilhpitie Islands, whoro he was vico-prmncipel of hu order. ". A' native of WVagaratta, Father Byrnoe was eduncated at di. Patrick's College, Ballarat, and is the tirst Australian to become' provincial .if thu Rodemptorist Fathers, . Among the recent admissions to the Bar 'of Now South Wales appears a iamoe of interest in that of Mr., Ii 3lhelton, of Selborne COhantibrs, Mol. bourne. M?r. 'Shelton has for many years been regarded. as' eoe of' the loaders of the Victorian Orlminal and Common Law Bar, and his admisiion in that State may. give us an.oppor. tunity of hearing one of the leaders of lhi profession' in the Albury Courts Mr. Sholton has' many.friends in this district.' The death has occurred of Mr. John William Bowman, of The Ridge, Rose- dale. He was born at Crystal Brook Station, South Australia, 72 years ago, and was educated at St. Peter's College, Adelaide. When aged 20 years he settled at The Ridge, and he resided there until his death. He married Margaret, daughter of Dr. Edward Simmonds, of Brooklands, Rosedale, Mrs. Bowman died nearly four years ago. There is a family of four sons and three daughters. Mr. Bowman was a member of a well known pastoral family. His brothers include Messrs A. E. Bowman (Be- thanga Park), A. P. Bowman (Camp bell Park, S.A.), K. D. Bowman (Poltalloch Station, S.A.), W. C. Bow- man (Orange, N.S.W.), and the late F. W. Bowman (Cheshunt Station, Tasmania).