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PRINCE OF WALES’S FUND.

Ilis Kxcellency th« Governor ba« received the following letter from the treasurer to His .Royal Highness the Prince of Wales : My Lord,—l am desired by the Prince of Wales to express His "Royal Highness’s thanks for the promise communicated through the Secretary of State for tile Colonies of the sum of £12.575 from New Zealand to the National relief fund. His Royal Highness is most grateful for tin’s splendid addition to tho funds,, and asks you to be so good as to make known to the people of New Zealand how warmly he appreciates their kindness and generosity. (Signed) Wat.tki: Peacock, Treasurer." The above has k fere nee to the liisl| anio'.inl sent fu.m His Ifxctllettcy. through i the High (Anna issionef. for the J’rinm of Wales's fund from Wellington and Canterbury districts.

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PRINCE OF WALES’S FUND., Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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PRINCE OF WALES’S FUND. Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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