£10.000.000 TO BE ILYISKI). Pros? Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. MELBOURNE. November 5. The Conference of F<dernl State Premiers and the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth (Mr Fisher) iias concluded. Mr Fisher ' subsequently announced that- the Commonwealth had engaged to lend New South Wales. Victorin. South Australia. Tasmania, ami We.stvrd.ia money during the 12 months for pi'Mie works, tiic ir-i::ey to be raised by making tho note issue unconvertible. Queensland will i. t. participate in this bra-rowing. It i.-, understood that Mr Fisher's nejotia t ions with the Imperial Government h-ive in latter agreeing to raise £18.000.000. whieh will probably h<include in the next- British war loan. Of this Mim N-'w South Wal-?s will receive about- £8.000.000. Vietoria. about£4.ooo,ooo. Smith Australia .and YYestrnlia £5.000.000 eaeh C £2.500.i."00). and Tasmania about £I.O'O.OCO. The railway gau?c riurslion was not fettled, and a furtlwr '*onfcr--nc<- will 1-c held shortlr.
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PREMIERS' CONFERENCE, Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
PREMIERS' CONFERENCE Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
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