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(By lelegrapUi—Pre?3-ABsdciation.J. [ The provinciapeoiinal-of ■Union: resolved ■to j bring a remit'"be* ' fore the Provincial Conference approving the f gif t. .of ; a .firstrclass ibattleship. ■;. -"•I"'' .• Z- : \.~: THAMES, this day./ ' ' Tshe ttiaines-'ißoroijgh'-Gonncil. highly, commended Sir J. for the prompt and patriotic. ,;offer .of a Dreadnought, and decided -unanimously to forward ai telegram to the Prime Min-iabe-r, express* ing ■ appreciation:: of ■ -Oabinefe ■ action, whieh'-waaxegarded ac calculated to have a splendid.moral i,effect.i ''-•..•■''.'■•■''-■■!,-■ \ ' DTJSEDIN, this day. : : The- Primate of New Zealand, .Bishop -Nevill, approves .of \ihe' battleship offers saying: "As to our Eastenlng to'aidrthe Motherland,' 1, who ihave jever rebuked as strongly. -as" I can, the gross immorality; of children who ignore "Eheijr, parents ,-as soon as they become -.financially:, dependent of ;them, cannot but approve ;.of : .this.,- ;of. ; a .national rever« ence for jour .forbears -and.'the-unity-fpt race,"-,; \ ~:.~ .:■ ; :'■-"■? ■""' ~.. The; \Dunedia :Stock Exchange telegraphs to Sir-Joseph heartily;cbnv iTnending-—liia imperialistic statesmanship." • * ; Pi ■, "~ : . i The Secretary to the Manukau-One* hunga - Chamber of Cotnmeree' has received the following reply from Siß Joseph Ward to a congratvdatory mesv sage "sent on the-'subject of- the Dread.l nought, offer.: " "Please 'convey tip \~the inenibers of the vMianukau-Onehungai 'Chamber of 'Commerce- my deep appreeia* tion of their hearty message- of , con* gratulation ,on tiV'dcfion of the.Govenjt« men * - " ' '■' '■"■-'■■ '■'.■'■'' * "r:

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FURTHER APPROVAL OF THE GIFT., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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FURTHER APPROVAL OF THE GIFT. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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