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HOSPITAL SHIP.

The Mayoress acknowledges the following gifts to the Hospital Ship. Mrs and Miss Buokland, 2 pairs bed cooks, 2 pairs surgical socks, 2 balaclavas, 1 pair socks; Mra Mann, 1 balaclava. 1 pair socks; Mrs Hal!, j pair socks; Mrs S Curry, 2 pairs socks.; Miss Gladys Lelievre, S pairs socke; Mra A V Lelievre, 2 scarves; 6 pairs ?ooks; Mrs S Harris (Okain'd Bay), 2 pairs socks, old linen, Mrs E L Lelievre, flannel, 8 undervest, 1 doz tape, card buttons ; Mra Alfred Bbodes, 1 doz yards flannel; Mrs C J Bichfield (Duvauchelle Bay), 2 feather pillows, 1 doz yards calioo. Mrs Holeaworth Bhodeg, £1 X R. Oafcbolie Social (per Mr M Daly) £3 7s 6d-

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HOSPITAL SHIP., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 27 October 1915

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HOSPITAL SHIP. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 27 October 1915

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