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PENINSULA RECRUITS.

. . «. FAREWELLS TO DEPARTING MEN.

Additional recruits from Banks Peninsula are: — Maurice M. Flynn, Little River, mounted.

John J. Crotfcy, Lβ Bon's .Bay, army service corps.

Lance MoCullougb, Lie Bon's Bay, farmer, mounted SMOKE CONCERT. A smoke concert was held in tbe Town Hall, Little Rivee, on Thursday night last to Trooper James Flynn, who leaves with tbe Sixth Reinforce mentg. Mr J. 0 Coop, chairman of the Little River Patriotic Committee, was in the chair.

Songs were contributed by Messrs Skipper, Sadler, ' Coop, Johnson, Flynq sen., Oliver, and others, and a very pleasant evening was spent. A presentation of a Gilette safety razor was made to Trooper Flynn WAIKERIKIKEKI TROOPER FARE WELLED. Trooper Arthur Irving, who is going with the Sixth Reinforcements, was farewelled by hia friends at Wai kerikiken last week, a very pleasant evening being spent at Mr Geo. Gil berts bouse in the Bay. Trooper Irving's friends in the Bay made him a presentation, and wished him every success and a safa return. The re cipient suitably responded, thanking Mr and Mrs Gilbert and those present for their gifts and kind wishes.

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PENINSULA RECRUITS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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PENINSULA RECRUITS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915

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