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STEAMER SPACE

[Pes United Press Association.] WELLINGTON, January 11. The Prime Minister has received a telegram from Mr William Nelson. Tomoana, ITawke's Bay, commending the action of the Government in meeting the insulated steamer space, problem in the face, of the difficulties caused by the war, "Personally," says the writer, " 1 look upon it as a marvellous achievement, that so many steamers could be taken out of the Xew Zealand trade to enable us to carry out our wishes in rendering assistance to Belgium and the other European Powers and yet havo so little dislocation of the colonial trade as it is possible we may have, but which, up to date, we. have not even felt." '

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STEAMER SPACE, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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STEAMER SPACE Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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