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RECRUITING.

THE SEVENTEENTH REINFORCEMENT. CANTERBURY'S QUOTA. At present the Canterbury military districts quota of the 17th Reinforcement, to go into camp next week, is only 14 short of the required number of infantry. The Christchurch area group has a shortage of 14, the Kaiapoi group a shortage

of four, and the Greymouth group a shortage of 1(5, but Timaru and Nelson have surpluses of 11 and nine respectively. ENLISTMENTS IN CHRISTCHURCH ■ In the Christchurch area group 63 registrations for enlistment were received at the recruiting office yesterday. The men who registered yesafter The Sun went to press are:— Jack Reese, 120 Ollivier's Road, Lin wood, butcher. I Walter S. Coombs, 9 Sandyford Street, butcher. Howard 11. Thompson, 25 Richardson Street, Opawa, tinsmith. William Hobson, 9 Cordon Avenue, St. Albans, brass moulder. Frank N. Stanton, 277 Hereford Street, cleaner. Richard C. Strachey, Bank of New Zealand, Christchurch, bank clerk. Alfred P. Dhering, G.P.0., Christchurch, drover. Harry It. Thompson, G.P.0., Christchurch, labourer. Lionel R. Sutton, 17-1 Hereford Street, grocer. Harry Teague, 00 Queen Street, railway employee. Hubert E, Robinson, Nayland Street, Sumner, butcher. Frederick W. Dickens, 50 St. Asaph Street, Christchurch, fruiterer. John C. Campbell, Burwood, dairyman. Edgar Taylor, 28 Devon Road, draughtsman. Herbert M. Haigh, 22 Stanley Street, Sydenham. Thomas J. Cronin, :!8 Mowbray Street, Syd enham, compositor. William I'aripdiar Young, Chancery Lane, musician. Robert L. Turner, 100 North Avon Road, accountant. Reginald Pearce, 07 Harman Street, Adding ton, drover. Charles Quiun, G.P.0., journalist. Arthur 0. Whitfield, :!() Lower High Street, chairmaker. F. G. Stace, 89 Princes Street, Woolston, electric light worker. Robert Millar, Chapman's Road, Woolston, driver. Herbert A. Johnstone, .14 Beck ford Road, St. Martin's, fruitgrower. Ronald K, Merton, 1.15 Ha re wood Road, farmer. Albert D. Chapman, 00 Hagley Road, Riccarton, horse trainer. Fred J. Andrews, 452 St. Asaph Street, carter.

James Rim, 8-1 Nursery Road, Linwood, carter. William S. Whithair, 9 Coronation Street, Spreydon, carpenter. Charles .1011, care Briscoe and Co., hard ware worker. Thomas Brown, 2(i('i Tuam Street, labourer. John Ishcrwood, 190 Armagh St., fruiterer. George Megan, 38 Sherbourne St., carpenter. Francis G. Hudson, I">7 North Road, compositor. Clarence 15. Arnold, flB Cashel Street, school teacher. And right others. to davs List. William R. Moore, 80 llawke Street, letter currier. Waller W. Toy, Norwich Quay, Lyttelton, shipping agent* Percy liawson, 5 Cathedral Square, cycle agent. John Thompson, in.'! Lichfield Street, driver. Osmyn 11. Oakley, 177 Lichfield Street, manager Taylor and Oakley. Arthur K. liyron, 22f> Moorhouse Avenue, labourer. ('.illicit Hutchison, 331 Moorhouse Avenue, labourer. Martin T. Uca, care G.P.0., Dunedln, Farmer. John Mcl'hedran, VVai-iti, Timaru, labourer. John White, .'{.'il Moorhouse Avenue, ploughman. Herbert C. Maybury, 331*Moorhouse Avenue, shearer. William C. Holstein, Okaln's Ray, labourer. William Taylor, 9 Cheviot Street, Sprey don, porter. Robert Dick, 341 Madras Street, butcher. Charles C.unn, care G.U.0., Christchurch, labourer. Arnold Lisle, 17 Rastrick Street, builder. Walter S. Dennis, 55 Bangor Street, conductor. *" John 11. C. Davies, Pigeon Ray, mail contractor. Rupert Marriott, 07 Bealey Avenue, cabinetmaker. Major H. Gee, 125 Somerfield Street, fitter. Granger Clarke, 23(1 Lichfield Street, horse broker. Jack W. V. White, Box 912, G.P.0., draper. John H. Swales, 20G Antigua Street, Public Works employee. Henry S. Marlow, 8 links Road, Burwood, tailor. Charles T. Rix, 13 Spencer' Street, salesman. James McKellow, 402 Montreal Street, printer. , Alexander D. Ashby, 21 Riccarton Road, wireworker. Walter H. W. Dixon, G8 Ferry Road, contractor. Alfred C. Parish, 15 Lake Terrace Road, Rurwood, dairy farmer. Harold V. Murray, Springfield, farmer. Diedrich Hoiischild, Greendale, ploughman. William B. McMillan, Irwcll, farmer. Samuel F. Haughcy, Rolleston, farmer. Frederick Rowe, Char'well Farm, Prebbleton, labourer. Evan J. Cameron, Cheviot, stud groom. Gilbert Ferguson, care G.P.0., clerk, teamster. And six others.

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RECRUITING., Sun, Volume III, Issue 713, 24 May 1916

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RECRUITING. Sun, Volume III, Issue 713, 24 May 1916

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