LADY LIVERPOOL FUND. LITTLE RIVER.
A most successful "gift afternon," under the auspices of the Lady Liverpool., Fund, was held in the Public 'Library at Little Eiver on • Thursday afternoon. The object was to supplement the diet of the soldiers now serving at the front by sending a few ordinary "luxuries" to vary the monotony of the service rations. A large number of gifts were received, all of a useful nature and the committee have
great pleasure in acknowledging gifts from the following:—Mesclames Whatman, R. Jones, Wynn Williams, H. Chapman, Patten, T. Thompson, Humphreys, H. Wiilson,. Newton, Crockett, Misses E- Gilbert, Bell, Lewthwaite, Vanstohe, Girl's Friendly Society, Mesdames Aitken, J. Jones, J. Joblin, JR. Birdling, G. Ibertson, Gilman, S. T. Harris, H. Lee, Banks, Norrie, W. Thompson, Ferguson, Marlow, John Wright, F. Wright, W. Wright, Barclay, T. K. Taylor, Smith. Cash donations, Miss Coop, £1; Mrs Pemberton, 10s; Mrs W. Clarke, 2/6.
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LADY LIVERPOOL FUND. LITTLE RIVER., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 3 March 1916
LADY LIVERPOOL FUND. LITTLE RIVER. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 3 March 1916
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