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Personal. The Mayor (Mr Jas. Goldie) .has received word that-his son, Private R. Goldie, is in the 35th General Hospital, suffering from a gunshot wound in the arm. He is making sure progress. Owing to the, sudden indisposi tion this week of the Rev Mr Pat tinson, the rev gentleman is pre vented from making a visitation of friends in the Rosebrook district. Dr Pern is giving the case the best attention, and it it is expected that Mr. Pattinson will be on active duty by Sunday. It is probable that Mr Pattinson will, next April, seek a change of ministry, as driving appears to aggravate his complaint. Two of Mr W. Clancy's sons, formerly of Port Fairy and Koroit, are at present engaged in the gro cery business at South Melbourne, Sergeant Bob Young, a former teller in the local branch of the Bank of Australasia, has, we regret to state, been wounded in- France. He is suffering from wounds in the right leg. Mr James Harman, Byaduk, aged 85, died last week. He landed in Port Fairy in 1853 and resided here for a time. He was a local Methodist preacher. -