TO IIIK nimoK. Sir,—Being merely a visitor. U may appear in b;id tas'.o at the moment, but I v. ottlci like to say that y;reat interest i* being taken in tin; result, of your election.l- - thoughtful Imperialists the world over. I here is a great deal oi talk in Great I'.iit.iiu takon up by leading journals about seizing the chance —when the tnuc comes to discuss terms uf peace—to draw th' Oversea. Dominions ir.to ■< They ai*e lighting side by sitk' with tho Old Laud in the field, and it iti realised that the chance which was missed ai'u-r the Boer War ot bringing them side by side to tho council table cannot I.*.' aliowod to pa.-ti again. It nnuld bo only fitticg that tire man whu moved for this great step toward* Imperial unity at the last conference should have a chance to piomole ili> scheme now cirvun.stances have so prepared th-;- way for its fraitioii. Thi.i thought thoukl be far above partv. <-i there would Ik v no excuse for mentionim; it at this stage, but the fear that it may 1,-j mad- so causes etudents of Empire progress, who have tin? matter at heart, to await results with much hitcn.tt.—l am. etc.,
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IMPERIAL PROBLEMS., Evening Star, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914
IMPERIAL PROBLEMS. Evening Star, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914
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