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I'ba Mayor, Mr G Armstrong, re ceived the followiug letter from the * -ffeon. sec. of the Belgian Christmas Gift Fund: — "I am in receipt of your letter of 1 the 18th inst, enclosing £ 22 17s for the Belgian Christmas Shilling Fund, for wbicb I enclose teceipt. Oα be half of my committee, I have to congratulate you on the result of your work, which is very much appreciated Wishing you the compliments of the season —Youre truly, H. Asios." BELGIUM RELIEF FUND Mr Cyril J. Ward (of Kinsey and Co. Ltd ) Acting Consul for Belgium at Chrifstchnroh. acknowledges with thanks rpeeipt of the fol lowing donations for remittance to the Bel' gian authorities :— £ b d Previously acknowledged .. 3419 18 0 Cheviot sympathisers, per C. W, Koi>R, Cheviot .. .. 9 6 Elaine Felkins, Mary, Aljed, and Kenneth JDingwall (Gebbie'e Valley Xmas present money given to Bcigijm Belief Fund 10 0 St. Peter's Church of England Sunday School, Kicoarton .. 11 18 4 Misa Tui Lloyd, Sookburn .. 10 o Scholars of Kirikiri School, Ox" ford, being prize money donated to the Belgian Belief Fund (per Mr A M Cederman 4 0 0 Takaka County Council, further remittance .. •• •• 8 19 d Stanley Miller and Willie Winz, auotion sale of goosebpnies ' sold »nd tewld many times R 0 0 Proceeds sale of bean?, etc .. 4 4 3 ' Proceeds sale of sago, etc (sold and resold 31 times .. . 1 11 0 Master Ernie Clark .. .. 5 0 Total reod. and remit, to dite £3150 12 4

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BELGIAN SHILLING FUND., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3469, 12 January 1915

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BELGIAN SHILLING FUND. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3469, 12 January 1915

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