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PERSONAL

Mrs J. Heseltirie, Ashburton, has been officially notified that her son, Busier A. T. Heseltine, of the Main Body, is returnin- with draft 237 on H M.S. lonic, due in Auckland about AiTil 23. Mr F. H. Steel has received advice that his son, Gunner M. Steel, will arrive in Auckland on April 23. Mrs B. Reddecliffe, Ashburton, has received word that her husband, Private A. Reddecliffe, is returning to New Zealand, and is expected to arrive about April 22. Two returned soldiers, Messrs W. In wood and D. Clemens, were accorded a novel welcome home last evening, when the -Bth (South Canterbury) Mounted Rifles Band serenaded them at "their homes in compliment to their war service and also as former bandsmen. Mrs C. W. F. Lukis, Walnut Avenue, has received advice that her husband, who left with the Seventh Reinforcements, is returning on the lonic, due in Auckland on April 23. * The latest hospital report for the Canterbury military district shows that Lieutenant W. McClure, M.M., is still dangerously ill. ' Mi* J Bladder has received advice that his son, Private W. J. Blackler, will return by the Corinthic. Private Blackler left with the Eighteenth Reinforcements. Advice has been received that Trooper H. Dent, Ashburton, will arrive from Egypt on April 19.

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PERSONAL, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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PERSONAL Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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