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IMPERIAL DEFENCE

Australian and new zealand CO-OP F.R A T lON. Trip conference PROPOSAL. SVDN EY. Ja unary 1" [ . Received .la nuary 1.?. at 9.15 a.m.i j The ’ Herald,’ editorially dismssinsr Mr •'ishor's statements in N<".v Zealand rernrilinir Imperial Defence, says that the vat lias proved conclusive!y that in uava.l iffairs any want of co-operation between Australia and New Zealand must he diststrou.? to ’noth. To Australia, b-ecn-nse he diminished number of ships wherevilli sh“ can co-operate in trading and nnneeuvres will deprive her of valuable i-ssistam'e. and to New Zealand because n war time it will leave her coasts de-i-'ndent on the assistance of her tieighior>. Referring to Mr Fisher's wish to add an Impel ial Conference iu 1915, the I.'IJH'I deprecates the idea. A ooufemtoo j it the present time could settle nothing. 1 discussion would be worse than useless, i-nd would only add to tho burdens of the dreadv harassed Imperial Alimst-eis. The Herald’ end orses Mr .Massey's contention j hat the place of the Dominions’ .Prime Ministers at present is in their own cnuriries, ‘I hey can at least do less ha cm

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IMPERIAL DEFENCE, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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IMPERIAL DEFENCE Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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