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PERSONAL. Sergeant Kennealy's many frientds will be sorry to learn "that for the pre sent he s incapacitatoed for duty at Rus sell-street. Some time ago he suffered with an ingrowing toe-nail. Dr. Syme, the medical officer to tho police force, has advised the removal .of the nail, and this will mean that ,the 'popular sergeant will have to leave duty fora month.-Our Mitre Lake correspondent writes. lhait Mr. W. Ilebard (Iwho is leaving for the .Iamilton district) was farewelled at Mr. -,nglish's residenee by a number of his Mitre Laike and Grass Flat friends. "1lc was the recipient of a gold watch, chdin and guard.-MIr. James Johns,? of Clear Luke, is an inmate of Nurses Carroll and Cocks' private 'hospital, suffering from typhoki fever.-At the iorsham Hospital on Monday, Dr. "Read. operated' on Miss Lincke, a missionary from the South Sea Islands, who has been on a visit to the district for the benefit of her health, for appemlicitis. 'The patient is making satisfactory progress to wards recovery.-Mr. C?ohwford, son-in law of the -Rev. Thomas Gray, for merly of Florsham, but naw of the Nationnl Bank' at Foster, Gippsland, is seriously ill with typhoid fever, and hit condition is causing anxisty.