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WHAT THE DOMINIONS WILL DO.

SEND 300,000 MORE MEN IF

WANTED,

EMPIRE'S EXISTENCE AT STAKE.

WILL FIGHT TO THE LAST MAN

OTTAWA, December 6.

(Received December 7, at 9.15 a.m.)

■Speaking at the Empire Club, Toronto, tho Prims Minister (Mr Borden) said that Canada, with unflinching determination, would see the war through to the end on the side of the Mother Land. The Dominions and Canada are prepared to despatch 300,000 more men if necessary. It was not expected that the war would end until Germany was; exhausted. The Empire's existence depended on the outcome, and Canada was unflinchingly determined to fight to the last man.

THE ITALIAN CHAMBER AP

PROVES

ROME, December 6.

The Chamber, by 413 votes to 49, approved the Prime Minister's declaration.

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WHAT THE DOMINIONS WILL DO., Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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WHAT THE DOMINIONS WILL DO. Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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