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THE CALL TO SERVICE.

VOLUNTARY RECRUITING CLOSING. It seems practically certain that the Christchurch area group's quota for the 23rd Reinforcement, to be mobilised on Wednesday, will not go into camp up to strength. This morning the group was 35 short of the required number of lit volunteers. ENLISTMENTS IN CHRISTCHURCH Twenty-one men registered for enlistment at the Christchurch area group's recruiting office on Saturday. Men who registered after The Sun went to press are:— Harry McDpnough, 70 Kilmorc Street, labourer. Frank Shackleton, 10 Bourke Street, Aldington, railway employee. Paul .1. A'Court, I'll Caledonian Road, St. Albans, plumber. Charles J. Ifl»s\vick, Matlock Street, Woolston, fcttlcr. Thomas Bell, 18 Vogel Street, Richmond, farrier. Joseph H. Graham, 15 Ashbourne Street, Woolston, labourer. Thomas It. Mould, Duvauchellcs Bay, farmer. John S. B. Osborne, .'SO Madras Street, Sydenham, ploughman. John Pearson, 22 Fitzgerald Street, plumber. Finest A. Pettigrcw, French Farm, farmer. D'Arcy Street, 8 Duncan Street, Sumner, grocer. TO-DAY'S LIST. William O. Benjamin, 50 Buckley's Boad, Linwood, monumental mason (returned soldier). William J. B. Sullivan, 113 Hereford Street, bank official. Joseph Monahan, Irwell, teamster. Edmund Fitzgerald, 14 Cashel Street, clerk. Frederick Brazier, 87 Tuam Street, labourer. Charles W. Nixon, 172 St. Asaph Street, carpenter. Daniel J. Fitzgerald, 11 Cashcl Street, bricklayer. Roderick Mathieson, Empire Hotel, Lyttelton, seaman. Leonard JV Collins, 189 Armagh Street, boilermaker. Joseph Lewis, 207 Kilmorc Street, labourer. William H. Clark, 58 Wildberry Street, Woolston, labourer. Norman P. Campbell, 28 Bath Street, painter. Ralph Shore, 1018 Colombo Street, builder. John Kennedy, c/o Gross - enor Hotel, barman. John Boughcn, -17 York Stre.lt, Opawa, labourer. Albert E. Turnpenny, 159 Jerrold Street, upholsterer. , William Foulkes, Market Hotel, labourer. And three others.

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THE CALL TO SERVICE., Sun, Volume III, Issue 861, 13 November 1916

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THE CALL TO SERVICE. Sun, Volume III, Issue 861, 13 November 1916

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