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SEVENTEENTH REINFORCEMENT. SATISFACTORY RECRUITING. On Saturday, enlistments at the City Recruiting Offices totalled 25, the week ending with a daily average of 24.3. Fifty-five men have now been secured for the 17th Reinforcement, over a third of next months' quota having thus been received in a few days. In addition to the list published on Saturday, the following also enlisted on that day:— Edwin (Ted) Bromley, 27f. Tuam Street, Christchurch, labourer. Thomas A. Lewis, 18 Jerrold Street, Spreydon, storeman. Michael John Hartlgan, 5G North Avon Road, Richmond, mechanic. Vincent Ryan, c/o J. Tuft, Kirwee, labourer. Neil McCormick, London Street, Lyttelton, clerk. William Emmcrson, 974 Colombo Street, Christchurch, french polisher. Albert Cyril Chessman, 328 Manchester St., glass beveller. Charles Douglas Lennox, 37 Ranfurly St., Hornby, labourer. Robert Ash, G.P.O. Rcdcliffs, farm labourer. Peter J. H. Walker, 310 Hereford Street, Christchurch, labourer. Richard Watt, 2G Barbadocs Street, Sydenham, Civil Servant. Wilfred H. Woodham, Forbes Street, Lyttelton, grocer. Alexander McKenzie, 207 Cambridge Street, joiner. Walter John Wood, G.P.0., Christchurch, tunnel worker. Arthur Edward Clement, c/o J. Brightling, contractor, Christchurch, labourer. Bertram Mason Blackburn, 9 Wilmer St., warehouseman. Charles Crossley Wright, Kaiapoi Woollen Co., Christchurch, warehouseman. Thomas Chas. Stewart, 226 Brougham St., Sydenham, electrician. Harold Edgar Sarchctt, 61 Madras Street, •Sydenham, bootmaker. George Pickering, Post Office, Christchurch, engine driver. Hubert Wm. Britt, 327 Selwyn Street, Addington, labourer. Wm. G. Barr, 231 Fitzgerald Street, St. Albans, railway employee. TO-DAY'S ENLISTMENTS. Recruiting opened well this morn-' ing, the following having enlisted: — Era. T. Bonniface, 70 Strickland Street, Syd enham, carpenter. George Alfred Franks, 360 Yaldhurst Road, Upper Riccarton, labourer. Eric W. I. Millton, 36 Garden Road, Fendalton, student. Leslie Leonard Harwood, 20 Mackworth St., Woolston, cabinet maker. * Charles Morrison, 128 Moorhouse Avenue, driver. Jos. W. Bate, Ewart's Road, Merivalc, farmer. Eric H. Stringer, City Council, Christchurch, inspector. Ralph O. Johnson, 130 Bealey Avenue. Frank Collins, G.P.0., Christchurch, seaman. Robert Hulbert, 38 Tennyson Street, Beckcnham, sheet metal worker. Ernest A. Shackleton, f>l2 Hereford Street, bootmaker. Augustus Burke, Motukarara, farm labourer. Percy Wynn Williams, 82 Wairarapa Terrace, merchant.' Thomas Norman Sutton, Queen's Theatre, labourer. William John Alexander Docherty, 20 Thackeray Street, Sydenham, driver. Harry A. Bonniface, 170 Strickland Street, brass finisher. Garnet Wolscley Cooke, c/o D.1.C., Christchurch, motor driver. Robert A. B. Turner, 160 North Avon Road, clerk. Leslie F. Anderson, Kibblcwhite and Vaughan, Cashel Street, motor mechanic. Bert Harrison, c/o National Mortgage and ' Agency Co., Ltd., clerk. Alfred Le Breton, 136 King Street, Sydenham, ropemaker. Arthur Le Breton, 136 King Street, Sydenham, ropemaker. Thomas Robinson, 12 Hay Street, Bromley, linesman. Arthur Lee, 74 Norwich Street, Linwood, linesman. Harold A Johnston, Papanui Hotel, Papanui, hotelkecper And one other.

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CALL TO SERVICE., Sun, Volume III, Issue 699, 8 May 1916

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CALL TO SERVICE. Sun, Volume III, Issue 699, 8 May 1916

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