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MR MOTEtRAY HOI APPBEHEHSIVS. (Received 10.10 a.m.) .j" . . MELBOURNE, this'day. Mr John Murray, Premier of Victoria, speaking on defence matters, eaid he was not apprehensive that Germany and Britain were going to fight. The German was a peace-loving fellow, and did not go about "looking for stoush." --.-.. ( ■ ■ .*' ■ He would like to see neither country misled into a fit of war. hysteria. When the occasion arose, the Mother Country was entitled to hare from Australia the last man and the last penny in the defence of the Empire.

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THE GERMAN A PEACE-LOVER., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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THE GERMAN A PEACE-LOVER. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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