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THE DREADNOUGHT GIFT

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GISBORNE, November 21. Sir James Carroll, in repudiating a stßt-ement published in Dunedin that lis had condemned Sir Joseph Ward for giving a. Dreadnought without pajrlianientaxv sanction, said that anyone acquainted, with the subject would know thai it was entirely foundatkwless, .as it had devolved on him (Sir James), as Acting-Premier, t» call the Cabinet, together to approve of thti gift, subject to the ratification of Parliament.

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THE DREADNOUGHT GIFT, Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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THE DREADNOUGHT GIFT Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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