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£52 RAISED. Oa Wednesday a gift auctions was held in the Blytb Ciiff grounds, Aka roa, the ohjpcfc being to raise ■ funds to buy mnre mates ial for the Rt j d Cross work. There was a large at tendance of Akaroa people and visitor? and the afternoon took the form of a pleasant garden party. Mr Geo Arm strong auctioned the remaining goodp in tbe stalls, and proved bis ability by ..securing £7 5a 3d for the fund. The following is a list of donations givpn to tbe fund : — £ s d Mrs Dodds 10 0 Mrs Hall 10 ° Mr Geo Armstrong 5 0 0 Mr Alfred Rhodes 5 0 0 Mr ond Mrs Armstrong. Stony Bay 2 0 0 Mr-Kearney, Gough'? Bay .. 10 6 Mr H Park n 5 0 Mrs Mas. field 6 0 Mrs Buckland 10 0 Mrs J W Hayward 2 6 Mrs J B Armstrong .. .. 10 0 Photograph of the Twins .. .. 17 0 Mr,- Virtue 110 Miss Fyfn 2 0 Mrs W Glynan 5 0 £17 19 G The fol'owiug is a list of the stalls with proceeds:— £ b. d. Afternoon tea and <3ale Cake (Red Cross ladies) .. .. 213 0 Doll given by Mrs A Rhodes . 5 0 0 Stencilled curtains, given by Miss Ethel Lf-lievro 5 12 0 Produce stal', Mrs A Rhodes ..333 . Work stall, Mts Jules Lelievre .. 9 3 2 Buttonholes, Mi*3 Thomas .. 12 G 1 Dip and sweet stall, Misses Leliovro and L Armstrong ~ 1 11 0 Auction .. 753 j £52 9 S

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AKAROA RED CROSS FUND., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3511, 8 January 1916

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AKAROA RED CROSS FUND. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3511, 8 January 1916

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