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NEW ZEALAND HOSPITAL SHIP

FINE RESPONSE CONTINUES

COMFORTS SENT FROM

AKAROA

On Tuesday evening two cases of' goods for the N.Z. Hospital Whip were forwarded from Akaroa and district by the Mayoress (Mrs G. Armstrong), and are to go to Wellington. The goods were packed by Mr T. Lewitt, assisted by the ladies who have worked so energetically in making the comforts for the men. The caaes in. elude the gifts of the Akaroa, Duvau chelie and other ladies of the district, and thoae rnada by the ladies of Aka roa at the Technical School. Following is a list of the articles forwarded by the ladies of the dietrict :—

11 pairs blankets, 11 pillows. 6 cushions 16 pair slippers. 24 under flannels ' 24 Nightingales 4 bed jackets 7 nightshirts 18 day shirts 10 underpants 30 sheets 204 pillow slips 1 oounlerpane 27 pair bed socks 24 pair day socks 45 tnanytails bandages 25 dozen handkerchiefs 44 pairs pyjamas 60 bed cloths 36 face towels 43 rolls bandages 6 bundles old linen 10 bed shirts 7 Balaclavas 3 scarves 17 bundles face wash cloths 2 parcels books.

3 traycloths

As demonstrating the splendid work done at the sewing bees at the Akaroa Technical School, 209 of those articles were made by the ladies helping,

The Mayoress also states that the school children have helped very considerably since she addressed them, and she much appreciated their help. ADDITIONAL LISTS.

The Mayoress, Mrs G Armstrong, wishes to acknowledge receipt of the additional comforts for the Hospital Ship that have been sent on to Christ church:—Mrs Tizzard, Robinson's Bay, 3 nightingales, 2 bed. jackets, 2 scarves, 1 pair bed socks, 3 cushions , Mrs S. Curry, Robinson's Bay, 60 face toilet cloths, 12 bandages and old linen; Mrs W. Williams, 60 face toilet cloths, 36 bandages, 3 tray cloths, 3 feather cushions, parcel old linen ; Mrs T. G. Ware, Okain's Bay, 2 pairs socks, 1 pair towels, if pillow slips ; Mrs J. Phillips, sen, 2 sheets, 6 pillow slips, 3 towels, 3 handkerchiefs, parcel old linen ; Miss Westenra, 1 dozen pillow slips, 2 balaclavas ; Miss Evelyn Fenn. 4 handkerchiefs ; Miss Davidson, 4 pairs bed socks, 1 counter pane, parcel books ; Mrs A. Moore, 4 pair socks; Mrs Williams, 2 pairs slip pers, 2 balaclavas ; Mrs Riches, 1 pair socks , Misses Ferris, 3 pairs socks, 1 dozen handkerchiefs ; Ruby Curry, 4 handkerchiefs, 6 face wash cloths ; Jean, Winnie, and Eva Hay ward, 1 dozen handkerchiefs. ■

DUVAUCHELLE LISTS. Mrs J. D. Bruce, wife of the Akaroa County Chairman, has received the following lists of subscriptions and goods from Duvaucbelle per Mrs T. W, Wilkins, hon. aeo. and treasurer. A good deal of the money donations have been spent on material for mak ing the different articles, but there is still a balance of over £14 in hand Much credit is due to those ladies who have worked so industriously in making the articles, which have mostly been sent off with the Akaroa contribu tions Following are the lists :— £ c. d. Mrs J D Bruoe .. .. .. 10 0 Mrs Cheokley 10 0 Mrs Barker .. .. .. 10 0 Mrs Richfield .. .. .. 10 0 Mrs Gaekin .. .. .. 10 0 Miss Gaskin .. .. .. 10 0 Mrs Sheen 10 0 Mrs Arthur .. .. .. 10 0 Mrs Cusdin 10 0 Mrs Cairns 10 0 Mrs Brownlee .. .. .. 10 0 MrsTWWilkiis .. .. 10 0 Miss Macintosh 10 0 MrsD W Kay 10 0 Mrs J W Warwick .. v. 10 0 Miss Bar wick .. .. .. SO L J Barwick .. .. .. 5 0 T V Barwick 5 0 Mrs Marshall SO Mrs Innes 5 0 Mrs J McKay 5 0 Mrs R Sbadbolt 5 C Mrs J Giddens .. • • • • 5 0

MrsOJWekelin .. .. 5 0 Mrs T Waselin 5 0 Miss Fergueon 5 0 Mies Traoey .. .. .. 5 0 ttVogan 7 6 A Williams 5 0 Mr Jas. Hewitt 5 0 G Mould 5 0 T Mould .. .. .. 5 0 S Vogan 2 6 L J Cairns' 2 6 A Giddens 3 0 h Earwick 5 0 ABPritchard 10 0 D Barwiok .. .. .. 5 0 Mrs McKenzie 5 0 J Pettigrew 5 0 C G Cossar 2 6 Mrs Warner 6 sets pyjamas, Mrs 0 F 0 Wilson 2 sets pyjamas, Mrs McKenzie 2 sets pyjamas, Miss Latter flannelette, Mrs Barker flannelette, Mrs Brown 12 pillow oases, Mrs J Mould 6 pillow oases, Miss Sbadbolt 6 pillow cases, Mrs B Shadbolt towels, Mre T W Wilkins flannel, Mrs Kay 12 pairs soaks, Mrs L Wright 2 seta pyjamas, 6 towels, 6 pairs>ocke,

List of garments from Duvaucbelle for warded for Hospital Ship— 23 sets pyjamas , 14 flannel shirts 9 night shirts 6 day shirts 18 pair cox

17 dozen handkerchiefs 6| dozen pillow slips 6 pairs bed socks 44 towels 4 nightingales I pair sheets 27 manytail bandage 1 bundle old linen

LADY LIVERPOLL SOCK FUND,

The following are Donations of socks for the Lady Liverpool Sook Fund at Duvauchelle; the parcel oontaing 132 pairs having already been forwarded:—

ARPriohard 12, R Stewart 12, T E MoKenzie 6, A william 6, C Pettigrew, 6, R Paton 6, R Wakelin 3, Jas Pettigrew 6, C G Cossar 3, Jas mould 6, D McKay 6, T Wake , lin 3, Jae MoKay 6, 0 Wakelin,, 3, T A Far , rel 3 A Brown 3. G Hayward 6, E Latter 6. T Mould 3, G Vogan 6. 8 Vogan 3, E W Bachelor 6, Mrs Guning 2. Total 132 pairs KAITUNA HELP. Mrs David Anderson held a Boston tea party at her residence, Kaiiuna, on Saturday, June 5, in aid of tbe above fund. A large number of friends were present, and all the goods were disposed of. A tray realieed JBI 10s, and a tin of salmon was sold by auction and brought; in £2 3s 6d. The total receipts for the afternoon amounted to £11 Bs. THE MAYOR'S LIST. £ B d Previously acknowledged .. 151 7 3 Duvauchelle Quoit Players ball per E W Baohelor .. 210 0 CWLeete .. .. 110 £Ui 18 3 The Mayor, yesterday, forwarded £120 to tbe authorities. About £30 will be retained for the ladies working for tbe Red Crocs j Fund to buy material. I

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NEW ZEALAND HOSPITAL SHIP, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 11 June 1915

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NEW ZEALAND HOSPITAL SHIP Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 11 June 1915

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