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OVERSEA DOMINIONS I Reuter's representative has had an inter- view with Sir Charles Lucas, head of the. Dominions Branch of the Colonial Office, who arrived in England on Saturday night on the conclusion of his mission to Australia and New Zealand. Sir Charles, accompanied by Mr. Pearson, of the Colonial Office, left Eng- land early in the year, and on the comple- tion of the mission to Australia returned by way of Canada. In conversation with Reuter's representa- tive, who met him on his arrival. Sir Charles said: I have not yet reported the results of my mission to the Secretary of State, and cannot go into details. I am. glad, however, to avail myself of the opportunity to express my deep gratitude for the very kindly wel- come Mr. Pearson and myself received every- where. The object of the visit was to bring the Colonial Office into closer touch with the British dominions in Australia, and every- where I found the greatest goodwill, readi- ness to give information on all subjects, and all possible facilities for gaining useful expe- rience. I was greatly struck with the obvious desire of the Governments and peoples of the Commonwealth and the Dominion to co-operate with the Mother Country in matters of common interest and with the great resources which will make that co-operation of constantly growing value. All classes of the community appear to be animated by a strong spirit of loyalty to the Crown and race. Everything I found so thoroughly British, with the expression of a strong feeling of kinship of race." New Zealand's Contribution Sir Joseph Ward, Prime Minister of New Zealand, was entertained at a citizens' ban- quet here. In the course of a speech he said that New Zealand's naval proposals involved a total contribution far below what New Zealand was entitled to eontribute on the basis of the population for the defence of her hearths and home.-Ruter.

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