MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN.
THE ALEXANDRIAN MOUNTAINS. OHBISTCHURCH, this day. Lieutenant Shackleton has received the following cablegram from the Queen:—-"Your telegram was received this morning. The Queen has read it with interest, and I have her Majesty's command to say she will gladly receive back from you on your return to England the Union Jack entrusted to your charge, and which you have now niade of such historic interest and value. I am further commanded to convey to you the Queen's appreciation of your de- j sire, to 'which she gladly consents, that a new range of mountains discovered by you in the far south should be named after her Majesty.—Signed Dighton Probyn (Equerry to the King)."
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MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
MESSAGE FROM THE QUEEN. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909
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