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Addbessino df Correspondence for Mem bejrs of Expeditionary Fobceb. Correspondence for members of the Continent now being assembled at Trentbatn, to reinforce the New Zealand Expeditionary Force phould be addres ed to the Trentham Military Gamp Post Office Trentham, Welling ton, and the envelopes should be clearly marked on the top left hand oorner "Beinforcem nt Contingent." Correspondence for the advanced Ex° pedition&ry Force now in Samoa should have the words "Advance Face" written on the left hand top corner of the envelope and address°d to Samoa. Correspondence for the Main ExpediUonBry Force should have the words '-Main Expeditionary Force" superscribed on the envelope. In addition to the special superscription the addresses, military number, rank and the company, as well as the regiment to which he is attached should be indioated on the envelope for example:— (1) "Reinforcement Contingent" No, 11/694 Sergeant John Brown, "A" * ompany , Bth Begiment; Trentham Military Camp Post Offioe, Trentam,' Wellington. (2) "Advance Foroe" No. 4/932. Sapper T. Smith No Field Engineers, Samoa. (3) "Main Expeditionary Force" No 8/86, Gunner John Kobinson, No. 1 Battery. Divisional Artillery, C/o General Post Office Wellington. Unless these instructions are carefully followed there is no guarantee that artioles poßted will reaoh the soldier lot whom they are intended.

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EXPEDITIONARY FORCES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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EXPEDITIONARY FORCES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 28 October 1914

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