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NEW ZEALAND HOSPITAL SHIP

FINE RESPONSE CONTINUES.

COMFORTS FOR THE WOUNDED.

The Mayoress of Akaroa has received the following additional gifts in connection with the Hospital Ship Tho Pf-ninaula Roods are being packed by Mr X. Lewiit, of Akwjp, and the main lot will tft despttib d on Monday nest. Following are the giftn : —

Mrs Dalglisb £1. Nurse Supple 10s, Misa Morrison s*, Mrs Ferguson 1 woollen soarf, Mrs Jane Peters 1 dozm face towels, Mies E Julias \\ dozen handkerchiefs, Mies David* son 6 pillow slips, Mrs 0 Newton 3 Bain , olavas, Misa Gladys Youngman 6 handkerchiefs, Mre A Lelievre 6 pillow slips and three towels, Mrs Virtue pair blankets, Mrs W Kearney, German Pay, 1 dozen hem , stitched pillnw slips. Mrs Whitley 1 dozen pillow slips, Mrs H Newtnn I pair pyjamia 2 pair pillow slips, Mrs F L Kearney 9yds flannelette and button?, Mrs H Bunny 18yds oalico. ootton and tape, Misses Sophie and Mercy Wnodill ]2 face wash clothe, Mrs Hay ward, Manse, 6 pair socks, Miss G Newton, 1 flannel bed jacket, 4 face wash towels, 10 handkerchiefs, 1 pair pyjamas, roll of linen, Mrs Maxwell Kearney and Mrs Wi Glynan 2 pillows each. The Mayor acknowledges the following additional subscriptions ;— £ s. d Previously aoknowlekged .. 84 7 0 J Phillips, Akaroa .. .. 10 0 MrsFSMichell 10 0 DrGentrell 110 I rimary and High School Children .. 3 1b MrWDMaophall .. .. 2 0 0 Mrs W D Macph&il .. .. 10 0 Mr A W Macphail .. .. 10 0 Miss X Macpbail 10 0 Total to date £95 9 6 LIVERPOOL SOCK FUND. The Mayoro3B has received the following additional donations and socks for the above fund :-r

Previonsly acknowledged 134 pairs, Miss Newbegin (Wainui) 2, Mrs A Wright 2, Mrs J Wright (Tikao Bay) 2, Mrs C Braddock 2, Mrs B Stewart (Barry's Bay) 4, Mr Barrett (Wainui) 1. Mrs Sandford 1, Warner family 8, Mrs L Brocherie 4, Mrs J D. Bruce 3, Mrs Mcttram 1, "A Friend" (Pigeon Bay) 3, Mr 1, total ICB pairs. Previously acknowledged £13 13s 6d, Mrs H Wilkins 5s Miss Cropp ss.

The Mayoress has raoeived the following letter (rom the Mayoress of Chris'church in acknowledgement of Mrs Armstrong's par eels: — " Your handsome contribution of sacks and cheque for £14 33 6d arriyed safely to diy Please convey to donors my grateful thanks for practical help. Our quota ci socks is well in sight." FINE EEBPONSE FROM LE BONS' BAY. The residents of Le Bon's Bay have given the following donations towards the Hospital Ship through the Christchurch authorities :— £ s d ,SW Crotty 10 0 C A A Macphail 10 0 C F Leonardo 5 0 0 F Aldridge 2 0 C W Leonardo 5 0 C F Marsh 2 0 0 0 Marsh lOC John Petterson 10 0 A F Leonardo, sen .. .. 10 0 AThelning 10 0 C J Crotty 10 0 H MacPhail 10 0 Mary M MoCullough .. .. 10 0 J L MoCallough .. •• 10 0 T W Barker 10 0 E O'Connor 0 10 0 C Anderson 0 10 0 Allan Macphail .. .. 10 0 Cardigan Peterson .. .. 0 10 0 Felix Cavalieri 0 10 0 J Gurney O 10 0 FGurney O 10 0 D McKay 2 2 0 J P Mora 10 0 Geo Mould 0 10 0 W Elliott 0 9 0 W. McKay \) 5 0 DMoCleod 0 10 0 J Hall 0 10 0 RCGibb 0 10 0 R Bruce 10 0 Wiliiam G. Dalglish .. .. 5 0 0 I Mrs W G Dalglish .. .. 5 0 0 j James Dalglish 5 0 0 Mrs J Xtelglub 5 0 0 MG Pearson ~ .. .. no o W O'Connor 10 0 I Wm. C J Byrnes .. .. 15 0 JGBariok 110 Mrs G Barick 110 IB Turner 5 0 POBarnett 110 iHßamett - 5 6 0 B Barker 10 0 F.Elliott .... .. 10 0 Fanny Elliott • 5 0 DEiliott .. •• 5 0 Mary Elliott 5 0 P Barnett 110 J Nelson 10 0 H Elliott 110 Edith Leonardo .. .. 5 0 W Crotty .. .. .. 2 0 0 Arohie Crotty 10 0 J Elliott 10 6 Mrs A J Crotty 10 0 MrsEPrebble 10 0 E Prebble 2 0 0 J H Barker 2 6 Thos Mcintosh .. .. 5 0 0 Mrs F Mclntoßh .. .. 10 0 DO'Connell 10 0 G L Mcintosh 2 0 0 D.Gndsell 10 0 Mrs R Bruce 10 0 A Petterson .. ~v .. 10 0 £110 12 6 COMFORTS FOB WOUNDED. M Byrnes, 3 feather pillows, 6 pillow cases; D Elliott, half-dozen towals, 2 pairs socks ; Mary, Luoy and Edio Elliott, 3 feather pillows, 6 pillow slips ; Mrs J Dalglish, 1 pair slippers, 1 pair bath towels; Mrs W Dalglish, 2 pairs socks; Mrs R Bruce, half. dozen towels; Miss Gudsell. 3 towels, halfdozen handkerchiefs; Mrs WEE Elliott, 7 pillow slips. ! AKAROA SCHOOL CHILDREN'S HELP. I

The school children of Akaroa have been tryiDg to do their share in supporting the variouß war fund?. Several tirrw already they have raised, by voluntary snitiii eontri' batioDß. quite respectable amounts that have been forwarded to the proper quartera in the City. It may be remembered, too, that they decked to forego their annual picnic this year, co that the money previously voted for that purpose could be handed over, in their name, to the Belgian Fund And all this they have done with en enthusiasm and a cheerful willingness that are to be com , mended. Their last effort resulted .in the raising of £3 Is 6d, which has been given to the Mayor for the Hospital Ship Fund. "NAZOL" doesn't waste time |nor drain your pocket. It oures any cold quickly and safely. 1/6 buys 60 jdoses—and every close dccc good t

HAYWARD'B PICTUREB,

A big audience is expected at Haywnrd'e Pictures to night, when the whole proceedc of the entertainment, free of oharges, will be handed to the Mayor for the Hospital Ship. A. good house means a big addition to our Peninsula fund, so roll up and see the pictures, «• The KNUTS." The Christchurch Company of polite vaudeville entertainers known as the > Emits" will put On an excellent programme at tbe Oddfellows' Hall, to-morrow, Saturday night. Tbe proceeds of the concert will go to swell tbe Peninsula contribution to the New Zealand Hospital Ship, and a bumper houee is expected. The Company combine melodious music and mirth for an excellent night's entertainment.

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NEW ZEALAND HOSPITAL SHIP, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3464, 4 June 1915

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NEW ZEALAND HOSPITAL SHIP Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3464, 4 June 1915

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