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THE ADMIRALTY CENSURED.

"NO SETTLED POLICY."

(Per Press Association —Copyright!)

LONDON,' February 24

Mr W. Henderson, in a letter to the ■ Press, accuses the Admiralty of want of a settled policy respecting the. Dominion navies and the Pacific. . He insists that, if the policy .adopted by Australia in 1911 had been given sympathy and support, all the Dominions would soon have come into line. Uni happily Canada had been encouraged to reverse that policy,* whilst. Australia's enthusiasm had been met by lukewarmness. He concludes :-&' We encourage the Turks and Greeks to build and organise their navy by lending them some of our best officers. If "we can do it for them we should at least spare no effort* to do it for the Dominions." '

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THE ADMIRALTY CENSURED., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 26 February 1914

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THE ADMIRALTY CENSURED. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8803, 26 February 1914

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