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■ ♦— ■ — The Pall Mall Gazette is responsible for publishing a reprint of the follow ing, which is said to have been sown broadcast through Germany :— TEN GERMAN COMMANDMENTS.: ], Even when you Lave only one g penny to spend remember the interest of your fellow citizen and ? your Fatherland, a 2 Remember that each time you buy an article made abroad, you are en riching your enemies and robbing your Fatherland, q 3, Your personal needs must be satis ° fied to the profit of German working men and German merchants. 4, Don't profane your German eoun i try, your German home, your Gerit man workshop by allowing foreign made tools and furniture or c machinery to find a place therein. c 5. Do not allow foreign meat or Z foreign dishes on your table, for by so doing you harm not only your * hocae industry, but also your c health, as all food which the Ger man Sanitary Commission hag not stamped is poison. 6. Write on German paper with fter i ■ man ink and German pens. 7. Buy only German clothes. 8. Only.German flour, German fruit, c German beer and water from Ger man springs can give you real German strength. ' 9. Drink only coffee from German colonies, j 10. Let no one lead you astray from j this path, and be sure that your Fatherland's future depends on your strict observance of these Oommandments.

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GERMAN PATRIOTISM IN BUSINESS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3445, 13 October 1914

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GERMAN PATRIOTISM IN BUSINESS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3445, 13 October 1914

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