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PENINSULA RETURNED TROOPERS.

LITTLE AKALOA BOYS

Yesterday Little Akaloa would have bfon en fete to receive Sergeant Oscar Wagborn. son of Mr Luke Wagborn, and Trooper Ralph Waghorn. son of Mr A Waghorn, and one of the well known twins, wbo left with the Main Forces in the C.V.C, but the news, which has not been yet officially confirmed of Lieut. Lester Priosfc'a >leath from wounds, stopped ony public re ceptioti being undertaken. The boys were brought home by special car. Sergeant Oscar Waghorn bad been in Egypt ten weeks prior to bis depar ture by the Tofua, having bad enteric and pneumonia. J rooper Ralph Wagborn, who waa wounded in the cheek in the action in which Corporal Warner was wounded, has also a three months' furlough. A large number of friends assembled to give them a hearty welcome. TBfdOPER A. LBLIEVRB. Trooper A. Lelievre, who has had enteric fever, returns to Akaroa to-day. He left with the C.Y.O. in the Main Force, and is on a three months' furlough. No doubt a number of Akaroa people will meet and welcome him when he arrives by the mid day car to day

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PENINSULA RETURNED TROOPERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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PENINSULA RETURNED TROOPERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3500, 29 October 1915

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