NEW ZEALAND RELIEF FUNDS.
Till: KIXH'S APPRECIATION". I:i <'p.mug the (lower show .-it, Chivtc!n;reli last, night Lord Liverpool su'd ho ’’"'V tiial toe St. John Ambulance ,\s,-u----ciation n.'ol a ota!J. the proceed.- him: wliu'h w<>re to pi towards Red Cross purpK?cs at ' tile, irout. !u connection with th.is ho would like to read a. letter from Ills Majesty the King and H.R.H. (lie Prince Wahv. which showed that thev and the j coplc of England appreciated ail the efforts which were being made by the colonics during the rri.-ie. Tiie ‘.King stated that he was much etrurk with the splendid way in which the jvcoplo of N'cAv Zealand had come forward with, mm, money, mid kind, for he realised that the expense must bit a gicat drain on the resources of the country. It was noble of ti’.e New Zealand people not only to send their own troops, but also, to contribute to genni'mi.-iy to tire needs of the distressed. The various relief lands at Homo had benefited greatly by their efforts. " I appreciate J highly, and so do the people of the Old ('ountry,” concluded His Majesty, The Prince of 'Wales’s letter was in a similar strain, and 3x>rd Liverpool said that lie was glad to be able to rend three messages, which showed that our efforts Inns were appreciated. (Applause.)
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NEW ZEALAND RELIEF FUNDS., Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
NEW ZEALAND RELIEF FUNDS. Evening Star, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915
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