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PRIVATE HARRY MOIR

ENTERTAINED AT DUVAUCHELLE. On Friday evening a most successful social was held in the Duvauchelle's Hall in honour of Private Hary B. Moir who left with the First Expeditionary Forces and has been recently invalided back home. He was attached to the Canterbury Infantry and went through' the fighting in Egypt and took part in the original landing at Ihc Dardanelles. During the evening Private Moir was presenaed with a purse of sovereigns by the residents. Mr T. W. Wilkins made the presentation and commented on the fact that Private Muir had gone through a great deal of lighting and now his only regret was that he was not with his comrades in France. Mr Wilki is also welcomed Troopers Collins and T. Warner who were present Irooper Moiv briefly thanked the residents for their kind gift ard expressed the wish that he h,-;rl wn able to go to France wiih nis mates. The social took the form of a dance. During the evening Miss Hawkins sa-o-Coming Home." Trooper Moir has come ba- k or medical treatment owin«- in paving .sustained some intern d injuries.

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PRIVATE HARRY MOIR, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3546, 16 May 1916

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PRIVATE HARRY MOIR Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3546, 16 May 1916

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