MESSAGES TO SOLDIERS.
Cable messages may now be accepted at "BFM" rates for soldiers in Egypt and United Kingdom with instructions to reply at oost of sender. The words "Beply BTP" moat appear aa the text word, and are to be counted aa one word. Addressee entitled rend reply ap to twelve words. Members N*w Zealand Expeditionary Forces in United Kingdom, but not in Egypt, also allowed send collect messages to New Zealand up to twelre words with last teit '•RTF" without reoeipt request from New Zetland MesFBRpR from United Kingdom will be posted to High Commissioner. Lindnn, who will provide despatoh to destination The charges on all soldiers "RTP" messages reaching New Zealand must be paid for hy the addressee before delivery of the telegram No exception must be allowed, and any refusal to pay must be reported at once to the Chief Aooountant.
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MESSAGES TO SOLDIERS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3475, 16 July 1915