TO THE Eimoß. Sir.—Might we approach through the medium of your paper the. public of Otago and Southland on behalf of the Salvation Army Homes in Dunedin and Middleman'll. *Wo arc anxious that the inmates of these institutions shall again enjoy the bounty of our friends at this Christmas season : and although we are aware that the generosity of the public; has been drawn on as a result of the war as never before, yet we do feed that out friends will not bo. willing that tho poor, the fallen, also the children sheltered in our homes shall lie deprived of the joy that the season should bring them. We sincerely thank our friends for past, help, and confidently appeal, in the name ot the Christ, for assistance either in kind or money to enable us to give, our inmates a bright Christmas and New Year. Donations in kind or money may be sent to (he matrons :—Staff-captain Park, Childrens’ Home. Middleman'll; Adjutant Tweed, Maternity Home, “ Redroofs,’ Roslyn; Adjutant Bath. Rescue Home, “ Eshcoll," Caversham.— I am, etc., R. Gi.oveu, Secretary. December 12.
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AN APPEAL., Evening Star, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914
AN APPEAL. Evening Star, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914
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