RIVALLING NEW ZEALAND'S GENEROSITY.
AUSTRALIA 18 BEAJDT TO ASSIST. ' ' \ \ ■■' :' (Received 10.35 »JB.) \ ,' ,' ■•; •' STDNBYi tfci» day N The "Sydney Morning Herald," alter referring to the evidence on all stow and expressed through every available channel, of the leadineei of. the - great majoritjr of AuetralUns to oonnflit theraeelvee to come considerable werifloe in order to assist the Mother Country in what they regard aa a great eaye: "It is the plain duty oi our statesmen to assist, or compel, Mr Fither to devise a plan which will enable.Australia to rival the generosity of New Zealand and do her share In wltat we believe to be the causa of peace as veil M of safety." . "''.'. The "Daily Telegraph" declares that New Zealand's offer it a significant hint to the world at large that the oversea dominions will not toe content with lip loyally. It may be hoped that; AiUtraUaV reepenie will : «e •Hαphatic. '
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