THE WOUNDED AND TOBACCO
ro rui-' imrrop. sir. Ne-.v Zealand is always in the f: nn w Hi kimliv dee 1-. atnl has a nnrne P.r it. I -■•" tiie Kti-lidi woim-h-d :mk for .-;earene< Idle He-; 1: I, troops would | I bin!-: .-'. much of the kmdiy .'"'iii.ti if | pr-ople here siih.-e-ihe.l and cahled a sum j some of' the wounded w itlt tobacco. 1. j see Princess Marv of Wales has asked for j £100,0t)0 m supply each Rritlsb soldier' with a pipe ami a stick r.f P.baceo to, ; Cln is ; ma's; bin iliere wdl be many , •.'.-(cimled Rritisli. and French j w !,,. ... .add think so much of the kindly ; action If some people m X'ew Zealand i .;,-.,,» a .cop .a' money for 1.,1-ncco a- an: app.-ecia! i.ai ..; the i.ra\ e way Ihe lad- j !e.\c lomop I am, eic . Per Ipi •-; li c, f: Pr. j
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THE WOUNDED AND TOBACCO, Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
THE WOUNDED AND TOBACCO Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
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