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NO DISAGREEMENT.

DEFENCE MINISTER'S STATE- ■■ • ■ , ■ ,■.■■".. •--.ment; WELLINGTON, February 21. In relevence to the London "Times" comments on the naval question, the Hon-.i: James Allen, in an interview with a "Post" reporter, said:—"There is no disagreement between the New Zealand Government and. the. Admiralty. We are working In perfect harmony. When we came to a conclusion in our arrangements with the Admiralty they were extremely good, assisting us. in every way. There are some details about handing over the Philomel which have to be arranged, but:we expect to have her handed over very soon. It is extremely wrong of anybody to suggest that we are disagreeing on the nuestion. We have had various opinions, but we have now come to a conclusion. We are all agreed, and are working together in harmony. . and I arn^ quite sure we shall coritinue to do so."

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NO DISAGREEMENT., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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NO DISAGREEMENT. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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