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AUCKLAND, May 5. The Governor-General, speaking at the Savage Club's korero, said he would probably not leave New Zealand for nine or ten months. The Countess and he Avcro about to redeem a promise to visit every district in the Dominion to bid the, p-eople farewell. He would leave in June to visit the islands of the iPacilic, -including Samoa, which oould be taken for granted would come under New Zealand control. He had been in New Zealand for six years and testified to the 1 extraordinary support he had received from Ministers, officers of the army and navy and officers of the civi] service. His stay had been a time of great instruction to him, and he would carry away very dear recollections of the little country;that had never failed the Empire in anything it undertook to do "in the greatest crisis â– civilisation ever had.

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LORD LIVERPOOL., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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LORD LIVERPOOL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919

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