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The weekly meeting* of the Little Biver\ Hed Cross Society wbb held in the Coronation Library on Thursday last. The lar_- l attendance of workers lately is very oheering, and as a result the contribution to the :*, Christchuroh depot was very much largeiwf tban usual. The package oontained:—Bed ■ jackets 10, pyjamas 8, vests 2. underpants 3, '"* shorts 3, Boldiers* bags 16, faoe cloths i hot water bag oover J, nightshirts 7, bodHgjsj belts 4, dressing gown 1, socks 5, bed sook4fl&s ; operation cloths 11, rnedioine cloths 39, ■i rolls bandages. The Committee wish to"'" acknowledge help from the following:—Mes* '* fames Newton, I Thompson, Giddens, X"*"'" Thompson, Ferguson, Sim, Jaoobssn, B ■ Birdling, Wynn-Williams, Humphrilk ■'• Patten, Cossar, H Wilson, Lewthwaite, v | Harris, Vanstone, Aitken, Marlow Jas Ooop, I' and tbe Misses Vanstone, Maud Clark, Libea - Bell, Coop, Lewthwaite, Hilda Joneß and Beatrice Line. Further contribution to the '- Lady Liverpool Fund were received from, ' Mesdames Jas Chapman, J F BuohananK. ' and J. F Buohanan, and J Bead. The foX ' ' owing day the Paresis Committee paobed ". twenty four parcels and posted them to alb >\ the local men at the front. V ■ 'i >—••■—»•—»—_——______ >. > sir l

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LITTLE RIVER RED CROSS BRANCH., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 10 March 1916

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LITTLE RIVER RED CROSS BRANCH. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 10 March 1916

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