(The Prime Minitder of New Zealand Itna eni, 1-d offering a firs! eoirthifrcnl cf R/jOf) men equipped and maintained 1 y by the. Dominion.—Any daily paper.! Mother, who waiched onr stniggiing birllt Wnli I'tider I we and true. In this dark ham-, to prove our worth. Wo give our .‘■uii-i to you. You r-elie.ol'd thro' rears of loving rare. Then gave us liberty ; Hencath thy banner proud and fair, Hear now our word to thee! When honor's cal! compels you stand For all that w« hold dear, When warrjond? gather o'er your land, tin. mother nation, hear! We do no! shrink before the hour, Nor hoed v.T- wild alarms: 21 id mountain roe!- end valley flower Wo rice li e will "To Arms!" Wo would iii.i G» you tear your pride To ask your children's aid; We get hr r in't ant by your side, I/nfallTing, unafraid. We ii'lc no praise, no I hanks from thee, I hit claim as ours tho right Tn si and as Brit-ons oversea. To join thy glorious might. Thy noble heritage we share, Onr, too, the common foe; In God their trust, for theo their playe Our sons to battle co. V.R Dune: din.
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THE ANSWER, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914