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BALL 0E WOOL RRIXGS NEARLY £7,50. PRFSFXTFP RY AIR A. S. ORRELL. So generous n response was made to an appeal instituted through .Messrs Wright. ■Stephenson, and Co. m tho wool sale room yesterday afternoon that- an aefua.l sum of £319 10s was raised in llie building;. It was just before: their sale that the firm's auctioneer (Mr D. Allan) announced that Air Allen S. Orhell. ~f ih,River Station. Waikouaiti, had presented one of tiie. best bales of wool iu'"his clip to the Belgian fund, on condition that it should he put up to public auction in tho room, the purchaser in each instance re-t-iniing the halo, to the Celgian fund. Tho propusitionVas lirst submitted io the chairman of the Ruvei.-' Associa-t ion [Mr Walter Hilil, who heartily eoncurred in tho idea, and forthwith the splendid sum of £319 10s was raised m lim building. In addition, the bale of wool still remains to be sold on behalf of the Belgian fund.

which should bring the total to about£3so. 'The auctioneer announced that the competition would also bo open to the growers present in the hail. and. as tin- appended list shows, there was a very generous response. It is Imped, too. that, as there wcvv a great many farmers in (own for the wool sale who \vt;;-o not present when the wool was offered, and who no doubt wouid like to be. afforded the opportunity of contributing to the fund. In view of the: magnitieent prices that were realised for their clips yesterday, they will forward their donations direct to the chairman of the Public .Appeal Committee. Rox 062, Dun edin, by whom they will be gratefully acknowledged. The following is a. complete, list of the donations, and we ate asked to request donors to be. good enough to forward the amounts direct to the above, address:—l. A. Johnstone iDiinedin) £25. Messrs Ross and Glendining, Ltd., £2O, Mr Walter Hill (Christehurchr £ls, .Mr Y. Atkinson (Middlemarch) £l2. Messrs Dawson and Co., Ltd. (Christehureh) £ll, Messrs Todd Bros, and Co. (Il.eriot) £lO, Messrs AVm. Nicliol and Koiia (Belfast) £lO. Messrs Swift and Co. (Dunedini £lO, Mr George Clephane (Tcpui) £lO, Ah- T. A. Pamiett (Hill .Springs') £lO, Mr Percy Heckler (Kurow) £lO, Mr Andrew Mathewson (Hope Hill) £lO, .Air Allen 8. Orbell (Waikouaiti) £lO, Mr George Stuart'(Brooksdale) £lO, Mr W. M. Haileis f'Chartlea. Park) £lO, Messrs Kain Bros. (Beaumont. Station) £lO. Mr Benjamin Throp {.Moa Flat Downs; £lO, Mr P. Cameron (Goodwood) £6 10s. Mr David Ross (Palmerstun) £5, Air d. E. Austin !Chi"iste!nirc. l <) £5. Mr Alex. APKimhm (Kelso) £5. Mr A. M. Macdoimkl iUu-terhouej £o, Mr

; David .Allan ; Dunedini £5. Mr F Willev • dhiuediiii £o. Alessrs Andrea and < 'h. ; -Dunedini £5, Mc-e-rs Kmgsiaml Ilios. and Andeisou dnvoroo.i gili ■ £o. Mr T. 11. . Raker AYenlstnin £A. Mr Gcmgo P. John jSton AYaikaka. £o, Air W. .1. Tavlor ' iTimarii: £■>. Mr A. M'Mhian Dunedini :£5. .Messrs .1. IE Kirk and Go.. Ltd. (Dun A-,)ini £5. Mr John Turubull AVaikal.a, £A, Mr Duncan Ai'Rao iNenthonn £o. iMr I. T. Rohsnn AYoolstoni £.'.. Me-s-,-., i Murray, Roberts, and Co., Lid iUunedin. £5, Messrs RobcM Cotton ami Sons AVai pori; £,Y Mr John M'Leau St. (lain £.S, , Mr S C. Watson .'l'laquail'! £2 2s, Mess,..

Gvcrion Pros. U'lvdovalc, £l. Air if. lout iGlydevaiei £l. Air G. .Moffat AVatkaia Plains; £j, Messrs ,|. Waite and So;, JCiikorub £l. Mr A. ChjiMie £]. Air A. B. .Moore lOtckaiekc. >£.. Air T. Sciirr (Dun'dim £l. Air .'v. Kiikiand iGrecu Island* £1 .Mr W. APKem-io (Kelso; £l, Ah A, Robins (Waikouam £i

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FOR THE BELGIANS, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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FOR THE BELGIANS Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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