The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914. HELP THE BELGIANS.
People of all classes and Rges cannot but feel the keeneßi; f-ympatby for tbe Belgians at tbia time. Tbe people of Banks Peninsula have shown their sympathy with thes-e unfortunate penple in a practical manner by re- ! spending to tbe various calls. It hae been .arranged that an auction will be held on Wednesday (to morrow) after noon, starting at 2 o'clock Donations of produce are being received by Mr W. Glynan. of AkAio», and already a generous number of lambs, sheep, potatoes and other produce has been received. More still would be accep table, and it ie anticipated that the auctioneer, Mr T. W. WUkins, who is kindly # ee!ling all the produce free of commission, will 6nd a goodly amount of produce to put through bis bands.
All are requested to roll up and give their assistance to these people who are rendered homeless and penniless by the European War. There i 8 a feeling among the ladies of Akaroa that they should hold some' sale of work in aid of the Belgium Fund, Much is being done elsewhere and we, who are living a quiet existence far from the ciamour of arms, want to romember our less fortunate friends in
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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914. HELP THE BELGIANS.,
Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3463, 22 December 1914