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THE CZAR'S RESCRIPT.

NATIONAL UNANIMITY WANTED.

Petrogbad, June 30

The Czar's rescript acknowledge? the proof of the people's determination to devote their etrength to equipping the army. The national unanimity, it says, gives an unshakable assurance of a brilliant future. The rescript appeals to tho people to strengthen then resolution to carry on the strug gle until a complete triumph is at

■ained. Unless the enemy is crushad peace will be impossible. Ail the thoughts of the country roust be di rectal to satisfying the army's need?; The Czar adds that he recognises' the nrcHSti'y tor advancing the dato for reopening Parliament, which will re assemble early.J

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THE CZAR'S RESCRIPT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3470, 2 July 1915

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THE CZAR'S RESCRIPT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3470, 2 July 1915

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