NEW ZEALAND'S OFFER. WHAT ASQTTXTH UTTEITDS. HAVY XJBAGTTE DISSATISFIED. (Received 8.5 ajn.) LONDON, March 26. An enthusiastic meeting at the Playhouse, Charing Cross, under the auspices ofthe Navy League, demanded that eight Dreadnoughts be begnn immediately and completed at the earliest possible date Mr. C. W. Bellairs, M.P., a retired naval officer, was a mover of a resolution which regretted that New Zealand's offer, as an immediate offer, had not been accepted, and that the Government was utilising it to mitigate Britain's expenditure m 1910.
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