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THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE

It was not to be exported (s»ys "Olvis") that "Truth " would be able to bring oat Ita Ohrhtmai number without lome reference to the prince of Wales' fad. .It complains that no information Is vouchsafed to the pabllo as to the program made with the Institution or what has been done with the money Bobeorlbed to the same, and warns his Royal Eighneii | that public opinion is becoming anxious on this point. Then ocoar the following Hnos : — Oar prince he built an institute— Bat he didn't know why. And so he wasn't able information to supply, And he said it would work wonders— But he didn't know niutt. And whilst they gave him money he didn't earea jot. And he said 'twould help on oommeraa— But he didn't know where. And, what is very shocking, he didn't seem to oare. And he said it would be popular— -t But he didn't know when. And at present it's distrusted by all kinds of thoughtful men, - And he said 'twould weld the empire— But he didn't know Jtorv. And no word of explanation has he given op to now. And he said 'twould make large fortunes— But he didn't know for whom. And m the distant future thoßO large fortunea still but loom. So when he wants more money-" If to us he should apply, We'll answer him with How and When, and Where and What and Why. -

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THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2050, 30 January 1889

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THE IMPERIAL INSTITUTE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2050, 30 January 1889

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