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HELP FOR THE DOMINIONS

I.MBEHIAE GDVEKXMEXT AITROACHED. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. IJIXHOX. d(l(,!» r 28. (He eh i.'ii October 29, at 9.40 a.;n. The Jlon. T. Mack.-n/ae has. formulated a homo la sevure the 1 in] eria I I k.verninent'b Jiuancia 1 assistance fir the Dominions; dining war time, .He arranged for a deputation to Mr Liyod George wherein Sou; ,'i A!rim and (.anada. have joined. Au.slraiia did not parth ipate. .A![<■>• dis-(ii.-.-ion until Mr EioyJ Gcmge ami jjie Governor of tho Hack of England, the Chancellor agreed to meet the dopniat ionV wishes. The Government have agreed to guarantee the Hank of England for the itvupy rcipured by Canada. South Africa, aiul Sow Zealand. The amount is to lie included in the next imperial war loan. Ihe m liernc secures the money at. a rate not exceeding poi cent. South A Irka :c. to receive seven millions, and it is un-deu-lood Xcw Zealand nil! have two milCanada also will rev* iw as.-k-t-AL'SJ HAEIAX LOAN'S. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. SVDXKV. Oct oner 29. deceived October 2J. at 11 a. in.) I’m Assembly paseod a month's supply Mr Gann. in explaining the position, that all the Stales and the Coniimmweakh were negotiating loans in London, and there were fair average prtopei la of rue-ce-s. they might reasonably (vpn I the sumo treatment a« other liLpnmlcncies after tile outbreak of war.

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HELP FOR THE DOMINIONS, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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HELP FOR THE DOMINIONS Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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