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THE CALL OF COUNTRY.

TO TUE EDITOR. Sir, —Is it possible that in a patriotic <:itv liko Dunedin, in the British Dominion of "New Zealand, and in such a crisis as at the present there can bo found a person to write such a letter as the one appearing in Monday night's edition and signed by " Ono who has been Taught to Think for Himself?" Unstirred by talcs of hard-fought battles, by tales of imspeakablo outrages and crimes, there still exist people, who would prefer" to hide at home and die in peace while far better mon are sacrificing all and pouring out their life's blood in defence of their hearths and homes.—l am, etc., A Youxg Man. December 15.

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THE CALL OF COUNTRY., Evening Star, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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THE CALL OF COUNTRY. Evening Star, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914

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