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NAVAL DEFENCE.

(Per Dmted Press Association.)

AUCKLAND, December 29.

Speaking on the Naval Question today tin- Right Hon A. Fisher said ho believed, that navy reciprocity was necessary for our protection. The fates of New Zealand and Australia were irrevocably wound, and would continue to bo so over after the great peace, in Australia they were training Now Zealanders for land and sea defences. They would come back to Now Zealand having imbibed Australian sentiment. He hoped the time was not distant when Now Zealand would bo doing the same thing for Australia, and thus bringing about a reciprocal feeling that would strengthen them all. „

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NAVAL DEFENCE., Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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NAVAL DEFENCE. Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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