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WHAT THE EMPIRE .SHOULD DO. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. OTTAWA. November 25. The Premier of British Columbia (.Sir Richard M‘ Bride) says that the question of rceiprocitv with Australia is under the Cabinet'.-, consideration. He hoped to arvanfor rcrinrocity iu r number of shipmentis. A* British Columbia wa.s doing only 4 per cent, of the total lumber trade with Australia .inti doing 10 * tines as much with South Africa, where lumbci reciprocity prevailed, now that the Empire was at war was. an opportunity for building up trade within the Empire and refusing to assist in building np that of foreign' countries. This ought to be a cardinal policy of every British Dominion. New Zealand-; trade relations could also be Jareelv developed on similar linos.

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CANADA AND RECIPROCITY, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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CANADA AND RECIPROCITY Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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