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WITHOUT RESTRICTION OR RESERVE.

AUSTRALIA'S CONTRIBUTION. POLITICIAN'S FAILURE. (Received 10.50 a.m.) SYDNEY, this day. The "Herald" cays that last night's Sydney and Melbourne meetings declared in simple, straightforward language that, however politicians may palter, the people of Australia are ready and I eager to contribute their quota towards i naval maintenance, and contribute without restriction or reserve. The "Telegraph" declares that the meetings may be taken as a representative protest against the failure of both the Federal and State Governments to ■recognise the significance o fthe present crisis in Imperial affairs. Both .papers take Mr. Wade to task for his absence and attitude.

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WITHOUT RESTRICTION OR RESERVE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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