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COMPULSORY MILITARY TRAINING.

(By Telegraph.—Own Corresponflent-l

HAMILTON, this day.

iAt a meeting of the Borough Council last night, the Mayor expressed gratification at the select-ion of Captain James Barton for military training in England, and iVwas decided to give him an official send-off and a presentation. On the motion of Councillor Bell the following resolution -was carried: "That this Council, being of opinion that the time has arrived to institute a system of universal military training of youth? from 18 to 21 7-ears in this Dominion, respectfully urges the Government to give this question its early and serious consideration. FEILDIXG, this day. '_, public meeting held last night decided to recommend the Government to introduce universal military'training.

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COMPULSORY MILITARY TRAINING. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 74, 27 March 1909

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