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The purchase by 'the SaJva-tion Arniv of the 1-ait-o Colonel. Hayhursat's private residence :at Temuka is announced. This has been acquired for the purpose of a, Boys' Home on similar lines to 'that of the Eltha.m Home. It s eininonitly suited for this, having spa . cious rooms, and surround'ing.s which are excellciiit in every way. Tho -plan of the Army authorities "is to establish homes in which orphan children of .soldiers shall have the preference. A. GirJs' Home has been acquired in Auckland recently, and this, with the Girls' Homes at M.irldlem'a.roh (Otago) and Ncw.fowii, and the Ell ham Boys'' Home, and the receni, acquisition "a,l leniuka, places .(he Army in a position lo receive many who \i:n\ lo be turned a.way previously through lack of aeeoininodafioQi-.


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SALVATION ARMY ENTERPRISE, Feilding Star, Volume XII, Issue 2887, 6 March 1916

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SALVATION ARMY ENTERPRISE Feilding Star, Volume XII, Issue 2887, 6 March 1916

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