RELIEF FOR THE BELGIANS.
TO THE EDITOR. •Sir.—l enclose a cutting from ‘ Lloyd’s Weekly News,’ dated August 30, 1914. You will see it is an advertisement under the heading of ‘ National Sunday League Concerts’ at the Palladium, -in London. It is a notice of a. special concert to hj? held in aid of the’ Belgian relief fund, to be, held on a Sunday night. Could not the same kindly deeti be done in Dunedin every Sunday night ? It would surely be better to attend such A concert than walk up and down the streets of Dun* edin, ae many hundreds of n» do.—l am, etc.. Let Otaoo, Try. November 3. [Our correspondent further suggests that the newspapers in Dunedin should take up shilling subscriptions for the relief of the Belgians. He is apparently unaware of the fact that both the local daily papers have been receiving money for this,fund for eonio time, and that a coiwidcrabff) sum has already, been rejDaittfidu.—fidu a&i. ‘
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RELIEF FOR THE BELGIANS., Evening Star, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914