Wβ are at all times ready to give expression to every shade of opinion, but in no w», do we hold ourselves responsible for the views advocated by our oorrespon denta.l ________ TO THE EDITOR, Sir,—As I have heard i hat a remark of mine haa been passed round to the eff;-o that I would not contribute to the Belgiutu Fund as they my enemies, I beg to state that what I said wa?said in a joke, aiu without thinking what might bo taken from it. The Belgium people have never been enemies of mine. Al=o I may 6tate tha both my wife and I are contributinu and Working for the fund, and were working f r ti long bMore we were asked f r it. My fjuntry has never been at enmity with either tfugluud or Belgium, and would not be in it How but for their alliance with Germany I Km very sorry that I made the remark at all, I dl hope this win tuake i; dear that 1 have a? enmity to any oue -1 am, oa , F. J. A. L (KNlill
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CORRESPONDENCE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3406, 16 March 1915
CORRESPONDENCE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3406, 16 March 1915
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