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There was a large gathering at the Mayor's residence, Akaroa, on Wednesday, when, gifts wero brought to be forwarded to tbe hospitals In Egypt. A etook of jam, tobaooo, boot laces, books etc , was aolleoted which won Id have started a small store. The goods were oaried by Mr Lawrence and will be forwarded next week. Any person wishing to add to the etoro can do so by aomtnuntaatiug with the Mayoress. The following is a Hat of tbe donors:—Mr and Mrs G Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Jos Armstrong, Mrs 3 E Armstrong, Mrs Blaefe. Miss Julius, Mrs Hall. Mrs J Rhodes. Mrsßuekland, Mrs Phillips senr, Mr Phillips, Mrs Graeia, Miss Miriam Graoia, Mre J Pool, Mrs Cantrell, Mrs A Moore, Mrs Roy Hayward, Mrs T E Taylor, Miss Lorna Arm. strong, Mrs C Newton, Mrs A Munro, Mrs

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il act) Mrs Davis, Mrs D Langrop9, Mrs K-egan. Mrs W Rhodeß, Link andTeddie Armstrong. Mrs Poole, Mrs S Curry, Mrs H Wiikins, Mr and Mrs Alf Rhodes, Miss Ethel Rhodes, Mrs P Glynan, Miss Haughton, Mrs J MoLonagan, Mrs F Lelievrs, Mrs W ft .ora, Mrs J Lelievre, Mr J O'Connor, .vlis'e" Lsliavre. Mtb D Woodil, Mra Dougall, Mias N Newton. Mrs R Newton, Mrs L Haylook, Miss Cropp, Mrs Q Mould, Mrs W Williams, Mrs Ferris, Mrs E L Lelievre, Mrß Fredriokson, Mrs Kerridge, Miss Kerridge, Miss E Perm, Mr and Mrs Dodds, Mrs E E Lelievre, Miss M Vangioni, Miss B Narbey, Mrs F Kearney, Mrs Jaoobson, B Mora. Mrs Turner; Mr Vangioni, Mrs W Moore, Mrs A Moore, Masters' Moore (Billy and Larry) Mrs Henning, Mrs Wbitbam, Mrs H Newton, Miss Westenra. Mrs Julius, Mrs Leete, Mr JW Glenyan, Mrs Youngman. Miss Jessie Brnoe, Mrs Goodwin, MrsLewitt, Mrs Evans

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GIFTS FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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GIFTS FOR WOUNDED SOLDIERS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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