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LITTLE AKALOA. NOTES.

[Fkom Odb Cdbbespondest.]

Like other parts of the Dominion, Chorlton and Akaloa have been favour ed with the most beneficial rain that has fallen for a number of months It ia quite pleasing to tbe eye to view the growth of grass and revival of flowers and other plants, especially after the long period of parched, drought stricken pastures. More rain is needed to bring forth sufficient growth for autumn and winter feed

The district can still claim addi tiong to tbe highly creditable number of recruits that have left for the war zone Tbe latest names are :—Claude Shuttlewortb, second son of Mrs E Sbuttlewortb, Oborlton; Henry Bailey, brother of Lance Corporal W. Bailey, of the 9tb Reinforcements, and Oolvin Marshall, eldest son of Mr John Marshall, Little Akaloa. The Dumber of volanteers is twenty, only one being medically unfit. PERSONAL. Bergeant Oscar Wagbom is at present in tbe Sanatorium, at Cashmere. It is expected he will soon be about quite well again.

Trooper Ralph Waghorn is recovering from a wepk of invalid's life at The Limes "Hospital," where be underwent a nasal operation.

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LITTLE AKALOA. NOTES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3524, 22 February 1916

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LITTLE AKALOA. NOTES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3524, 22 February 1916

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