PATRIOTIC LITTLE RIVER
A patriolio meeting m< held in the Town Hall, Little River, Inst night, Mr h 0. Coop, Wairewa County Chairman, presiding over a luge nnd eathii'iaet'O attendaooe. The in a speech, explained ibat the meeting had been called so that the residents could do their part towards helping the Government in preparing the departure of the N.Z. Expeditionary Force. , as they had rtono in the case of the South African war. The reat of the Dominion was doing its best, and they must do the pame, t Messrs G. Barclay, T. Thompson and Kicharda also spoke, and suggested holding concerts to raise funds for the New Zealand Fo'rce3.-' ■. . .•'.;.■■ .:.
The following concert committee was formed .—Misses Emms and Dawber, Messrs W. A. Kichards, i>, Wright. H. Beed, W. B. Newton, T. Skipper, H. Lewthwaite, W. Aitken, T. Brankin and J. B. Swaddell.
Songe were contributed by. Me?frs ,H. Hutohinsoij, J, 0, Coop. J> McSwaddel, T, Skipper, and a selection by the Little Kiver orchestra. Mr Dougall gave an interesting var lecture, pointing out the main points in tße concert of Avar. A committee was formed to start a fewing guild consisting of Mrs J> F. Buohanan, Mrs W, H Montgomery and Miss Coop.
>11 the ladies in the ball volunteered to < ive assistance, and the Library and Hall will be placed at their disposal free of obarge also for use of meetings to assist during the war. •.■'■' ■".' ■ .. ( -. " .•' Apologise were received from Messrs Wynn-Williams, Ailen and J. F. Buchanan The chairman rrad tbe Premier's telegram and announce'! that £250 had been raised Lnd eleven herses offered for the Expeditionary Force. " PENINSULA . MOUNTED \ VOLUNTEERS. '
A pa>ale of ths 'Peninsula Troop of the C.Y.O. was cal aat Davauahelle. on Friday last;,'when tV c was a full parade under Lieutenant Captain T. Over ton and., Lieutenant J. Coe w.ere present, the former explaininf; the probable condition pf peryioe required by those joining the Expo ditionary Force. t ; '
The following volunteered to join the Expeditionary Force:— A. Maopbai!. T. Warner, Waghorn (4). T, Lolievre, A. Lelievre, A. Ferris, H. J. Moore and 8. B. Sefton. ■ ' ■ : .\*-' - ' '■,■'•■. INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS. Lieutenant Priest, in charge of : tbe X Coast Defence, is calling for volunteers, and, (we understand a number of Peninsula men / have sent in their names,
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PATRIOTIC LITTLE RIVER, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4420, 11 August 1914
PATRIOTIC LITTLE RIVER Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4420, 11 August 1914
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