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GIFT AFTERNOON.

COMFORTB FOB OUK WOUNDED.

On Wednesday, February oth, a gift aftor noon ton will ba hold at Blyth Cliff, Akaroa, when any gifts in tbo iollowing list will bo roQiivfidtobo forwarded to tho hospitals in Egypt, otc , for our woundod boys — Pipes, tobacco, cigarottori; booltH, illustrated papers, tna aziiios. tea, coiloo, cocoa, chooo'ate, jam in tins, oonder>Bod milk arrowroot., milk foods, meat extract, tinned soup, fruita (tin„ nod or driod), jolly crystals tinned vogotabloa, stationery, bootlacoa, tooth, nail and hnir brusbos oomba, tooth shaving requiHits, soap boraoic acid, vaseliuo, wallc ing sticks, oards, games and boiled swuots aro neednd

Friends aro particularly reminded that jam must be put in treaolo tins only, ami that peaoh jam will not oarry, Piokioß will also bo found aooeptablo.

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GIFT AFTERNOON., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3517, 28 January 1916

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GIFT AFTERNOON. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3517, 28 January 1916

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