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31st REINFORCEMENTS

NOW BEING MOBILISED,

The mobilisation of the 31st Reinforcements was commenced at T,rentham on Tuesday, and should bo completed by the end of the week. The Wellington City quota is parading at the Drill Hall, Buckle-street, this afternoon, and will leave for camp by train early to-morrow morning. -The draft is being equipped at Trentham, and will then be sent on to the segregation camp at Tauherenikau for one month's training.l It will then go to Featherston and Trentham.

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31st REINFORCEMENTS Evening Post, Volume XCIII, Issue 152, 27 June 1917

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