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DUNEDIN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION.

Wink w>is ip-iiiii.-.l by the ladir? at ihr-i-'aiiv s.,, t 11,.|..," I!.ill thi.< moi-ning. lrlicn thp hii.~inc.--s of picking ji-'ukls lor shipping '.ias vijjuroii.slv .-oing toiwaui. Hijily results were obtained ;':-oii>" th'e :u!'l drink's, mvocis. and button. hf.h- Ma!! at the 11..;-.-" Midi r-'i-hool >\vnt on Sat onlay. Ali.-.-as Meiiavl and Unit. as-i-iid i.y .Misses Kittray and Oeerin, !o'>ke-l ailer tie- .-lull, and these la<ii,-» desire to tiiank the many donors who -out in eonti iimuoiis. The very valuable assistaner of Mr .1. ('. Kroou. too. in councetioii with this and '-thcr .-talis nas highly appreciated. I; has been noticed thai .eitain moneys raised in Ouign lor tin- Lady Liverpool fund hav- tieen goinc; diieet to Wellington, and the i.clics of the association wish to tin,,.-, hv '.in- people of this province being t'o;-iia.iil,:d to ibern. Olheiwise the. moiicv ... .-.spend,-.I in WeHin.loii. and Otapo floe's not u'd ,refill for it. .As reilcrtinns have bi.eii , a.-( lipiai Orago for the Mrndlness of lis . ciitribiitions as compared with ol.hrr ee;it.res. il is dr.-i'.'ii-iie that everything should be handed to the Pnnedin ccinnmtee. 'The commis'ee .-i.-o expiess the hope that the women of Ot„;go will keep in view the fa, i thai further ivinfor-f jiiont s uill be scut from NV.v Zealand, and that eflous will not he relaxed in the m;i.,;er of th- sin-ply of s,,ek>. n.daelava>. ami other ailieios. The follocing conndiiii ions- are aekno-.v- :■ -I'.'-iti-h and He!i,'iaii fund: Koods— Miss Allan. Mrs .1. Herdis. Airs A. (J. Melville. Mrs \V. If. nonnellv. Was !••-.- Oiiureh (.■-.iigill ro-.di. Daphne Tlen-dci.-on, Mrs Armour (< Jiiiitnerbio in . w f-men o- Wa:p:ilii. Mis Oeorge Scott i Milton!. - Mother.-- - S.VSi.r -M.A.." Mrs Shire, Mis Nelson. -n.M.." Mrs Vtlnr-k. Mio A!itier and Mrs Purvis fKaka, Point). Mi.-s Clark. (tases were abo reipived fiom ihe womi'ii of .Middleman:)! and Cromwell. Ladv Livt-ipool fmifl. •■.1.K.W.." "Mite." Ali=s Anderson ,Kaka Point). Mrs_.T. Oalbi-aith (Tahakopai. Mis IT M. Harrison iWaitahuna), Miss Fish. Mii.ietarv Contributions. —I.adv T.iveTpool fundi' "T.K.W.." £l. Queen Maw tuiid : "1.K.W.," £l. I'.eigian and Uritlfh fund: "1.K.W.,- £2. Baby milk !'-.!nd : Miss Macassev 2s 6d. "Mothei" (-•-. -M.A"." 2s 6d', Miss Al'Kpv ss. "S.A.K." -CI. M« F. Smith ss. Mis W. i". Peattie £l. Mrs O. P. Ritchie £2.

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DUNEDIN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION., Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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DUNEDIN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. Issue 15634, 27 October 1914

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