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Un, Saturday, next a.ll, th,e Cfefe fes of tfee Cflnierb.ury Solitary District wiil paiade for f review by Sir Jan Hamilton, Inspector of the [Overseas Forces, at Hagley Park, Cbret[chnrcb, on the site of the late.exhibition. The Peninsula Cadet Coinpanys 68 (Little Biver district), and 69 Company (Peninsu'a district), will entrain by the 7.40 train leavJDg Little Eiver for Christohurch. The Akaroa and Bays Cadets will be conveyed to Little Eiver by launch and coach; and will return Saturday night after tha viai-afte.' The four taking m X will fall in ai i Qx&nifiex atlSO pro, ; The order of parade will be as follows • - 1. The parade will form up for inspection in line of quarter columns. 2. General salute and inspection. 3. March past! 4. Advance in review order, general salute. ' 5. of cups. 6. (Drill attack by No, 1 Batalion. niovlais tp \yo?^. ■." C«o4loy vviH be presented im> ■mediately after the advance io review order, ih<3 winners of cups and one N. 0.0. per com.pany to be tuld off to receive aaine. Durlrfi the time the cups are teing pre ■ sented, the No. 1 Battalion will be moved off by its Commander for the purpose of cairy. iDg out the attack, winners of cups in this battalion being left behind to receive same, h ■

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LARGE CADET PARADE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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LARGE CADET PARADE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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