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We have received from tbe pubi.sber?, Messrs Hodder & Btoughfcon, St. Paul's House, Warwick Hquare, Fjondon E0 , a copy of Princess yiary'a Gift Book. All profits from '■be sale are going to the Queen's 'Work for women" Fund, wbiob is tctiog in codjaction with tbe National Relitf Fund, and we understand that tbe demand hag been so colossal tbat nearly 400,000 copies have already been sold, and that the publishers have already paid over to the Fund a sum of £10,000 on accounts of profits At pries of 2/6 net. tbie is probably the most wonderful volume ever placed on tbe market. From the frontpieoe :^'-' v rf P- : ""-« *■'?. y. :pcc:ally paiun-u lot iuo ouuk, facing Her Royal Highness' thanks to "tbe au , thorsand Artists wbo have ghnerousiy contributed to my Gift Book." to the last page, with its delightful illus tration by B, J Sullivan, the book ip full of beauty and charm.

Quite apart from the object for which it is published, PRINCESB MARY'S GIFT BOOK is a volume which appeals to all. Every member of tbe family will find peasure in itp pages. It ia indeed a volume which

every household will treasure, one which, for years to comP, will serve as a worthy memento of what the Empire wrought for the women who euf i- fered through the. lavages of the great i, war.

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PRINCESS MARY'S GIFT BOOK., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3405, 12 March 1915

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PRINCESS MARY'S GIFT BOOK. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3405, 12 March 1915

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