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Tho Patriotic and Recruiting Committee met voslenlav afternoon, the Mayor presiding. Mrs’ ft. M. Park and Mrs Beaumont were added, to tho committee. Mr J. A. Johnstone- regretted that he could not accept a scat on the committe<*._ owing to the vast amount of work he had in connection with the Patriotic Association. The secretary was instructed to write to the Patriotic Association stating _ that the committee were anxious and willing to become a sub-committee of the association.^ It was also resolved to hold a pubbV. meeting in the South Dunedin Town Hall (probable next Thursday). The sub-com-mittee wh.o arranged tho public meeting on Thursday night were appointed to make all an anuemen.'ts in connection with this mcetA not her meeting of the committee will be* held on Tuesday afternoon

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PATRIOTIC AND RECRUITING COMMITTEE., Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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