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STOP PRESS ITEMS.

AN AUSTRALIAN STATESMAN., WELLINGTON, January 7. A civic reception was accorded to-day to the Hon. 1). 11. Hall, AttorneyGeneral lor New South Wales, when sentiments of mutual regard between the Commonwealth and New Zealand were expressed by' various speakers. The .Prime Minister said the visits of statesmen to each other’s country would result in closer relationships. The relations between New Zealand and Australia were never so satisfactory from any point as they were to-day. Soldiers of the Dominion and the Lomiuomvcaith were to-day camped under the shadow of the .Pyramids. They had crossed the seas together, and wore camped together, and when the call came they would light together for the Empire. Mr Hall, in replying, said in Australia they felt a very keen interest in the work going on in the Dominion, and all had a feeling that the interests of the two countries were indeed one.

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Evening Star, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Evening Star, Issue 15694, 7 January 1915

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