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LADY LIVERPOOL FUND.

COMFORTS FOR THE MEN

On Wednesday afternoon a most successful garden party was held at. Blyth Cliff, the Mayor's residence, when gifts were rereceived for the men in the trenches. >A tremendous number of comforts were, received and in 'addition £li in money. M me . Etevenneau, one of < the two surviving emigrants who came to Akaroa'" in 1840 in the famed Comte de Paris was one of the guests, bringing 'a gift .for the boys in the trenches. She was welcomed by a circle of friends and • chatted brightly all the afternoon. The following is a list of those who gave to the fund:—Mr and Mrs J. Armstrong (Stoney Bay), Mr and Mrs G. Armstrong, Mrs W. M. Kearney (Takamatua), Mrs Hall, Mrs Black, Miss Lorna Armstrong, Miss Grace Newton, Mrs T. E. Taylor, Mrs A. McFarlane, Mrs A. R. Munro, Miss Maud Munro, Miss Zita Munro, Mr G. W. Thomas, Mrs James Rhodes,--Miss Davidson, Mrs J. D. Bruce, Miss M. Hall, Miss Rana Hall, Miss Alice Hall, Master Graham Hall, Mrs Shad-

! bolt, Mrs Mottram, Mrs W. W. j Williams,' Mrs Kerridge, Mr A. ! Rhodes, Mrs A. Rhodes, Miss E. Rhodes, Mr Arthur Rhodes, Misses Jacobson (3), Masjter Billy v Moore, > Master Larry Moore, Mrs W. Mocire, Mrs A. Moore, Mr. L. Vangioni, Misses Vangioni, Mrs J. -R r Newton, Mrs C. Newton., Miss N. Newton, Mrs Dougall, Mr and. Mrs Lewitt, Mrs Leete, Mrs'L. Hay lock, Miss / Houghton, Miss Julius, Mfs A. Haylock, Mrs [H. Haylock, Mrs G: Haylock,, Mrs G. Kearney (Gough's Bay), Miss Parsons, Mrs Fredrickson, Miss Kerridge, Mrs H. Wilkins, Mrs J. W. Hay ward, Miss Bishop, Miss R. Dominique, Miss ;G. Haylock, Miss V. Haylock, Mrs J. E. Armstrong, Masters T. & L. Armstrong, Mrs C. Poole, Mrs J. Poole, Mrs Ferris, Miss Morrison, Mrs B. Henning, Mrs Goodwin, Mrs P. Shadbolt, Mrs Cantrell, Miss . Selby, . J&rs iTurneT, Mrs F. Brocherie, Mrs Keegah, Miss Brocherie (French Farm), Mrs .J. G. Lelievre, Misses Lelievre, Mrs Jos. Phillips, Mrs H. Newton, ' Mrs Julius, Miss J. Bruce, Mrs Dodds, | Mrs E. E. Lelievre, Miss Jeannette (Lelievre, Miss .Youngman, Miss Westenra, Miss Buckland, Mrs J. Buckland, Miss J. Buckland, Miss M. Julius, Mrs K. Jacobson, Mr and Mrs J. D. Bruce, Miss Belle/ McFarlane, Miss Garfdrth, Master J. Steads, Mme. 'Etevenneau, Mrs -Virtue, Mrs V. V. Masefield, Ws Billy Jacobson, Miss May Rhodes, Mrs Pilkington, Mrs Penh, Miss Dalglish, Mrs B. Walker, Hon. Sec. Miss E. Julius, Hon. Treas. Miss L. Armstrong

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LADY LIVERPOOL FUND., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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LADY LIVERPOOL FUND. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916

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