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NATIONAL SACRIFICES.

OCX GLORIOUS LEAC. ' CANADA SCAT 'FOZXfO'W^. LONDON, March, 25, Earl Carrington -(President of the Board of Agriculture, and a former Governor of New South: Wales), speaking at the National Liberal Club, said that New Zealand, and the three New 'South Wales residents who had offered £10,000 each to a Dreadnought fund, had -given a glorious' lead. If national sacrifices were required, let the wealthy men set an example. ' . All this 'was in contrast to ttie pitiful attitude of the panic-stricken' Opposition. .'''■'■■ Canada is growingly stirred by : the ! example <>f New Zealand an<T : Australia, and- the Prime' Minister (Sir ~Wil-' frid Laurier) js considering the question of a contribution to the navyV ■ '' !

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NATIONAL SACRIFICES., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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NATIONAL SACRIFICES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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