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At the request of the Belgian Government, Mr G. L. Dennis ton, Consul for that country in Otago, submitted the names of ladies in his consular district who had been pxominont in. working in aid of relief fop Belgium during the war. To these ladies it had been decided to award the bronze medal of Queen Elizabeth as a mark of gratitude from the King and Queen of the Belgians for their servicesMr Denniston had. a difficult task in selecting names out of the hundreds of ladies who had given wh ole-hearted work and devotion during t’m> years of the war, and had to confine hi- r f as closely as possible to those v. h'i <1 an official connection with the work. The medals and a& companying diploma? lately came to hanS and Mr Denniston presented these to tnj ladies entitled to receive them. Theiff names are: Mrs Barniagham, Miss Jean Burt, Mrs Blackman, Mrs J. B. Callan, Mrs Cook (St. Leonards), Mrs Ounninghame (Port Chalmers), Miss Denniston, Mrs Aufrere Fenwick, Mrs Lindo Ferguson, Miss Geerin, Mrs G. H. Hayward, -NF.&S Hercus, Mrs James Hutchison, Mrs Jackson, Mrs A. G. Melville, Mrs Morica, Mrs Morrison, Mrs North, Mrs S. M. Park, Miss Rattray, Miss Runciman, Miss May Stewart, Mrs H. K. Wilkinson, and Mrs Wotton (on account of the late Miss Wotton).

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DUNEDIN WOMEN HONORED, Evening Star, Issue 17241, 5 January 1920

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DUNEDIN WOMEN HONORED Evening Star, Issue 17241, 5 January 1920

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