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Mr G W. T omae, who is honorary repr. • *enUtive of Itoyal Hum*ne Society ar, Akiroa ha- re •■'■ c! tup fo low pr app-al from ttie Cbnstrhb c hnn<h 1. r fuud in aid of ;hp good woik: — "I do not t >ink it will b* nscea ary f<r me •a remind you of tun good wotk our Sooiety i-i doiDg in the way of recognising acts of (vmrapfl and bravery in all parts of tbe Empire under our jnr sdiotion. But I would ike y a o reiniad our sympathisers taat the whon work is being cm tied out by voluntary com tributicn?, anil as trr ca'ls upvi ihn Sooietv htn 1 been numefoU3 during the past year io the way of awarding medals, certificates, etc, pmy u c e your best endeavour? to h6lp Uβ in this dirpo'.ion No doubt many influential and prominent citizens would be pleased to help tnis good cause, and pos»ibly a li tie ki/.dly persuasion on your part would: vi terialy ns=igt us in carrying out a work thus w« find 90 sympa'hfitically apprpoiated throunhoui the Dominion, and you might pc?s biy get tht3 letter rublished through your lo'al newspaper, to whose kindly ootic-s in the past we feel much indebted. All donations will be duly acknowledged, and hoping you will meet with the success (the object deserves.—Yours faithfully, J Bdwabd Smith, Secretary."

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ROYAL SOCIETY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 15 June 1915

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ROYAL SOCIETY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 15 June 1915

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