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LADIES MEETING AT AKAROA.

ijP'i I 'BftFUiUiMk'TU' , BE COLLECTED,

th« Akaroa B.iroiijih O-anisi!Ctiam')flr3 ye- :- 'erday afternoon, the (Mr' Gao. Arnisirnnsj'pi-esidinß. After som-! discus sion it v/aR deoidrd that it would bt rnora apprcp viafifj to colltol. money to be, allocated by the Defence Department, and the followlng colIt s ctora were appointed to oolleot from tbe !.%dit-a in the vftrious diftrif!ts : — "-

Aliaroa— (Ba'gu-ri Hall, Grehiin V.ille.y — Mia3es M. Vangi jn| and ■ L. Lelievre ■ Aylmer's Vallpy—Mrs Bruce. Jolie Street south and Beach ioad—Misses .'.J. Jicobson and I. Tttjlnr. Lavaud Street—Miss L Yonngman. Benoit Street—Miss Maude L"ltevrei German and Bobinson'a Bays-VMisa S LePevre. » Duvauche'le and Barry's Bay—Miss Mase

French Farm ana Wainui— Mioses V Youngman and Moore,

Hickory and Gough's Bays—Mies Maude L'-l^vre,

It wa3 decided that the Mayoress should rina; up a number of ladies in tbe other bays who were suggested as collectors. . . Tha ladies in the room offered to supply a housewife eaob, and pome two, about twenty five in all being promise!. These would be id addition to a subscription, Mrs H W. Wilfeins kindly offered one yard oi American cloth for the housewives nml Mrs Armstrong anothec yard. Miss M. Vani g'oni offered to give any i> ore material that wai required above tbe two. yards. Mrs Hie es undertook to cut up the material into the required sections ' Mrs Thomas proposed that the funds be handed in, and housewives made, to be given in at a meeting to be held onSatnt* day afternoon, at 3,30 p.m. Seconded by , Mrs Hall, and carried.

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LADIES MEETING AT AKAROA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4420, 11 August 1914

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LADIES MEETING AT AKAROA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4420, 11 August 1914

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