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COAST DEFENCE COMPANY VOLUNTEERS.

The following are the Volunteers from X Coast Defence lufantry Company, Banks Peninsula:—Lieutenant L. Priest, Lieuten" 1 ant R. Mottram, Corporal 0. A. Thelning, Lance Corporal Williams, LaneerCo'rporal J. A, Adama, Private McKay, Private C. L. Knowles, Private H. Mora, i

The Peninsula men have not received word yet when they will undergo medical examination. COLLECTION BY LADIES. The collection undertaken by the Akaroa ladies on Monday last has been gone on with at once, and though none of the collectors had finished, and we did not obtain any of the amounts beyond all Akaroa (excepting one street), and German Bay, Duvauohelle, and Jpart of Robinson's Bay. It must be understood that this fund is from the women only, and that in nearly every case the men have given aiso, Up to last evening these amounts collected totalled £54 14 6d. The collectors speak in high terms of the ready response only meeting with one or two refjs j als. There is no doubt that many ladies are willing to make considerable sacrifice in contributing so generously.

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COAST DEFENCE COMPANY VOLUNTEERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4421, 14 August 1914

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COAST DEFENCE COMPANY VOLUNTEERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4421, 14 August 1914

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