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CHRISTMAS GrvF-ETINGS. The following- telegram was wilt on Thursday by the Prime Minister to Goneray Godley, commanding the New Zealand forces at.Cairo : Th" Government and people of Now Zealand 'desire to extend to yourself, th:' officers, and men of the New Zealand Expeditionary Foieo their warmest Christmas greetings and best wishes": Though separated from you. gallant troops, by many leaguco of ocean,'our Ihoii'ahts and heart-- are with you. New are adding .■mother intere.stiug page to history in J'"gypt, and wo know tJi'.it each and every member of the force will do his duty in the great work- which tho Km pi re has in hand.— Kg nod) .M.A.ssr.v. J'he Prime .Minister also sent a message to Colonel Logan and the troops m Samoa.

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OUR TROOPS IN EGYPT., Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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OUR TROOPS IN EGYPT. Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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