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CARRIAGE OF GOODS.

GOVERNMENT ARRANGEMENTS. 'lhe Government hj? ve decided to pay for tin railage of all ijood« other than frozen mutton from local committees throughout the Dominion consigned to (antral committees for the poor of Gront Britain, Ireland, and Belgium. While n 1% understood that the central committees have made satisfactory arrangements with the shipping companies for tho shipment of cases of goods to England, the Government doi-iio it to hj? known tiat- space will be reserved in the transports shortly to leave New Zealand for a« many casw of clothing as possible that the central committees may wis-h to forward by these ships. No goods can be accepted for transportation by the troopships, as there is no insulated space available. Central committees throughout the Dominion have been informed so that they may take advantage of the offer to forward clothing by theso transports. PATRIOTIC CONCERT AT KAIKORAi. The patriotic concert in aid of the British and Belgian relief fund by tho combined choirs'and bands of Kaikoiai promises to bo a huge success, as the tickets are selling splendidly, and great interest is being taken in it by tho promoters. Mr A. S. Adanw will give a. spirited patriotic address on the need for recruits. A good evening's entertainment is assured.

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CARRIAGE OF GOODS., Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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CARRIAGE OF GOODS. Evening Star, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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