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SICK AND WOUNDED[1]

Evening Post, Volume CXXIX, Issue 153, 29 June 1940 1
Evening Post, Volume CXXIX, Issue 153, 29 June 1940 2

WELLINGTON'S £110,636

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PROVINCIAL RETURNS

The Wellington provincial contribution to the Sick, Wounded, and Distress Fund is reported at £110,636 Is lid. Returns are as follows: —

Amount already acknowledged, £103,896 13s 6d; Wellington, £4046 7s 8d; Taihape, £410 5s; Pahiatua, £409 13s 7d, 2Zb (total to date £4825 6s), third instalment, £391 2s 10d; Masterton, £230 10s 10d; Taumarunui, £205 1s 11d; Ohakune, £179 10s 9d; Lower Hutt, £175 2s l0d; Wanganui, £111 8s; Miramar, £82 15s; Martinborough, £77 18s; Newtown, £55 17s 6d; Feilding, £50 18s 1d; Hataitai, £50 15s; Eastbourne £49 7s 10d; Waverley, £36 10s 6d; Upper Hutt, £34 9s 6d; Waikanae, £31; Khandallah, £25 9s; Seatoun, £20 0s 3d; Kelburn, £19 15s 9d; Carterton, £18 16s 1d; Berhampore, £17 14s 11d; Featherston, £5 2s; Brooklyn, £3 15s 7d.

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Sick and Wounded. (1940, June 29). Evening Post, p. 13. http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/EP19400629.2.130

Amounts of £25 and over are acknowledged as follows: —

Reserve Bank, £1000; Rotary Club, £700; New Zealand Olympic Association, £500; Wellington Watchmakers and Jewellers Wholesale and Retail, £323 14s 6d; New Zealand Society of Accountants, £262 10s; Taihape "Shell Burst," per A. James, second contribution, £250; members Chinese community, £236 14s 6d; Harold Murphy's party, £150 5s 3d; Taihape branch Red Cross Society (£6OO from own funds), fourth donation, £100; "Truth". (N.Z.) Ltd., £100; Miramar Golf Club, second donation, £52; New Zealand Hereford Cattle Breeders' Association, Feilding, total surplus funds year ending March 31, £50 18s 1d; Lower Hutt football match, Hutt v. Petone, £50 3s; Burns, Philp, and Co., Ltd., Alliance Finance, Geo. H. Scales, Ltd., £50 each; State Forest Service workers, Karioa, Ohakune, £.43 17s; Grey Cabs staff concert, Black and White Cabs staff, £40 each; stock drive, Wright, Stephenson, and Co., Ltd., Featherston, £39 13s 6d; staff, Head Office, Bank New Zealand, £31; Miramar ladies' shop day, £26; Mrs. P. McLaren, Featherston, Royal Oak Hotel, Terminus Hotel, C. L. Dentice and Co., Regent Hotel, Jack Peat, Waverley, Tablelands Station, Martinborough, Aspro Ltd., Tui Bottling Co., New Zealand Excavation Construction, Collier and Beale, Ltd., Metropolitan Vickers, Hall's Shoe Store, £25 each.

A donation of £200 to the Sick and Wounded Fund has been made by the New Zealand Veterinary Association.
  1. Sick and Wounded. (1940, June 29). Evening Post, p. 13. http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/EP19400629.2.130

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