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># «1 ' J 9\. JTy -(p V Thih.W-ii'i * @' ® T|» m © & I _ __. Io ®_» _. J F 0 © A /v • ••__* / •• • . ' I I Write to Beath's For it! Tho latest novelties in Fancy Neckwear are moderately priced j at Beath's. | §Tho top illustration shows a White Spot- j ted Silk Peter Pan Collar; same style in i Muslin and (Mpe do Chine .. 1/3 1/6 1/9 lAt the side is shown a very dainty I White Embroidered Muslin Mili- j tary Collar .. .. 1/9 & 2/3 1/- discount in each complete £ for cash. I We pay postage. iseath_£H* . James Mitchell - Manning -Mrcckor J I sew nothing more of him '.ill we ar rived in our objk-ctivo trench. Thinj..* wore a bit too hoi; So do anything bu fight at that time. Oily sixteen n 1 ug arrived, and we h id 50yds o_ trer-ik* per man fo look ».£ or Ir, w-is a v.*"\ anxious Urn:) for v->, us if 'ho Turk had couusar wo would h=:v. been killed to ft man M :j..r ihv--W:ia with us, aud told us to bang on. as our reinforcements • worn coming Before w>> cipiured thi.-i trenuh, Ht'Cio had got hid again, ibi*. ii ua in th, hpod H-3W h-i C'imr) 0:; nt ri! is >■ ra'irvel. Ia k d hini to lei. toe futoni. to birn, and iold hi;a io sir. flo.via, bn he would not hear of it. Hh siaid v.i were in netd of every man and rifl to hold on, and indued so wo we» Mnjor H)H'*.i; cMiio along .mi told Ho(j*-or to .(.< > link to th 1 d iet.o" n once, but l_ :-ai:l that ho wn*i ai* right, and wouki say till tho reinfo eemenfg ririivtd The leinfoicerhentei came up in half an hoar, and with fchera sonaa noionlaace men. They attended to Heo'.or, and told him to walk along _c trench to th" fi'-ild dressing Htn.tioo i_-ft and went iwiy a*, toid. ! ulkwrward-! wa told by Major Hurst Ibat Hi.tor had a-k-d to stay, as ha felt qaue fir, . I* Wits, two hoars later ih'it he got anolh . bif., and I Leu - ir, wa-< ogdo in the hpud f_w.'V,?r, he muniiged Ito w-i'k rt'.v.iy ail i'igh!; That fa ib lust I heard of H>**c till I reid the end news tbis morning, Wi h our rein forcp_'*mt.f we hung on to the trenchthroughout ths uigbt, nnd Sund-iy, morning saw our po .tion secure, and\ the Turk.) badly hs-iton. Soue of a->\ wer9 to stand down and have v spell,'* and the Mujor cuna along and had a yarn about; the fight. Ufa wtvdwore : —'Pidgfon lias gone to the doo tor at last boy.?, but it took thn-e damned good knocks to make bun go I think he is one of the pluckiest J chaps I have met.' Ail the boys, at least those who were iuft, hoped that Hector wa3 not very .bad, and tbe Mujor aSnured v*. tbat he would be all right However two bits in tbe head are bad at any time- All the same 1 got a shock when I read ho hud gone. He was so strong, and full of grit nnd determination l.raoualiy, a better comrade tbaii-lli-c , especially on this job. it would be impossible to get. Hector, Dave Anderson, fiedley and I all started together ia this same m tack. D-we and Hediey wero both shot dead, Hector wounded, and I was lucky enough to get through safely. In a previous attack the saute thing happened to me. I started out with three others, aud I was the only one to get through safely,. My luck throughout the four months I had on Gallipoli was tnimvellou*'. Peninsula chaps havo suffjred heavily. When I left Leu Parkinson and I were tbe only two remaining It wns on tbe 28th that I was down with very bad dysent'y. I waa as thin and weak as a cat, nnd the doctor spnt me away to hospital. I was eventually sent, on here. Am doing well now, and hope to ba up and out again soon We New Zealand men are to have a 1 holiday before going again, so I hope to see somotning of England There are very few N Z. Main Body men left sound now, and all are in need of a rest. My sympathy is with you in your loss of Hec , one of the best, Good bye., Very sincerely yourg, LESLIE J. SMITH. P S — I flon't know Dave Ander son's people, but you .probably do Tell them from me that he wa» always | there when -wanud, like Hkctor, and was very popular with nil. In Morrie Moore, Rng Birdling, Hector and Dave, the C.YO. lost four of the most popular of its men " .

TROOPEB H. J MOORE

Trooper H-wo-d J- Moore, who was invalided homo on two months' leave,

THEKE IS ONLY ONE

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3507, 23 November 1915

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