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PRESENTED BY THE MAYORESS. ''' <' A further effort to benefit theJßed. Cross, Fundi, through, the Helping Bwd , Shop, has' been initiated by the. Mayor; - ess (Mrs C. J. Harley), who has pxesen*-, , ed a. large Red Cross Blag, wTudv w *?. t , be an. ''autograph*' flag. The procedure. > will be that anyone, who ,so desires may \ place, his or her signature on "the nag s n for the modest sum of one ehillinjjp TJjie ~ _, flag'mil beat tho Helping Hand; shop, ■ * where signatures may be affixed! .to it, or, .■ ( if preferred, signatures written on. PWP« r ,'j; (not linen) itnay be handed "in. - This •. latter method) will of course- be necos-/ lsary in the case ofi those" living a* »' f 'distance. All signatiaues, whether writ-, . ten on the flag direct or traced on- to - „ it from the papers,sent in,, will be work:--, j ed over in silk by lady helpers. When, - the flag is complete it will be sold, hutthe method of disposal has'not so xat > been decided upon.' The signatures of Lord Liverpool, Cabinet VMhnistera, *ne . ' Mayor and Mayoress, and have already been received, and.those of other prominent personages.are expected. ' Ths flao- will be at the shop on. Thursday next •,, an 3 subsequently on day.ofcopenpg, and ■ those desirous of participating in the effort may send their signatures and shilling remittances to the. Mayoress, or ~ Mrs E. C. Kelling; or any, member of the management of the Helping Hand-* i shop. • , '

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AUTOGRAPH RED CROSS FLAG, Nelson Evening Mail, 1 May 1916

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AUTOGRAPH RED CROSS FLAG Nelson Evening Mail, 1 May 1916