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xo mi; F.PITOK. Sir, —I am another admirer of the Rev. Vincent KmgV letter. Every word wat true. We have always been proud oi our New Zealanders' pluck, but now that the real time has eome for them to act they arc found wanting. "Ex-Volun-teer" says only boys have gone, and mere boys at that; but think ass the men have go'm», and only the mere boys remain at home. General God ley says that they were all a fine body of men, and I think he is a better judge than "Ex-Volun-teer." True, our men havo not got the military training, but they have got the next best thing to it—pluck. Women of Dunedin, place yourselves in the position of the poor Belgian woman. Think of it. and urge your men on to go. My hus-

band has- gone, and I am proud of it. England calls them, and they are only doing their duty.—l am, etc., A.votheb Trooper's Wire. November 4.

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THE CALL "BE MEN!", Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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THE CALL "BE MEN!" Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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