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(Per United Press Association.) WELLINGTON, December 12. The second reinforcements, comprising some 2,200 men, paraded at Newtown Park this afternoon, where they were inspected hy the Governor, who then addressed them. Several other speeches wore delivered, and tile ceremony concluded with a short religious service and the singing of the National Anthem. The troops then formed up in column of route and inarched past the Governor and through the city. The weather was fine, and the ceremony was witnessed by a large crowd of people. The streets were also lined with spectators, who cheered tho men as they inarched by. The troops, who commanded general admiration for their physique, gxo acknowledged as being the finest body of mom ever seen in New Zealand;,

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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