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FINE RESPONSE CONTINUES.

COMFORTS FOR WOUNDED.

The Mayoress (Mrs G. Armstrong), wishes to acknowledge receipt of the following goods as comforts for the wounded to go with the New Zealand Hospital Ship; —

Miss Norab Lelievre 29 handkerchiefs, Miss Fyfe 4 towels, Mr and Mrs McNab 1 pillow, Misa and Mrs Conachie 6 pillow slips 1 wash face clotb, Mrs Tamer 20yds flannelette, Mr W. D. Macpbail 1 set pyjsmae, 2 pairs socks, 1 pair towels, Mrs Quarterly 2 pair towel?, Mabel, Myrtle and Winnie* Fyfe 12 pair wash cloths and 12 bandkerohiefß, Misa Ivy Perm 4 handkerchiefs, Maud, Alice and Myrtle Hemingway 1 dozen handker chiefs, Nancy Monro and Irene Perm 10 handkerchiefs. Old linen has been received from Mesdames Dodds, Hemingway and Arthur Moore; Misses Norah and Muriel Haylock, 1 pair sheets, 1 dozen pair bed socks, 8 bandages, 1 dozen face wash cloths, 8 kerchiefs; Miss Masie Hall, 4 'kerchiefs, Mis 3 Marjorie Hall 4 handkerchiefs, Mrs J B Newton Mrs G Cbeckley, Mrs H W Wilkine and Mrs N. J. Lalievre, pair of blankets each ; Mrs Jas. Brown, German Bay, 2 pillows, and cases; Mrs B L Lelievre. 2 pairs of socks; Misa Gladys Lelievre, 2 pairs of socks.

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FINE RESPONSE CONTINUES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3465, 8 June 1915

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FINE RESPONSE CONTINUES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3465, 8 June 1915

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