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Wednesday, 12 May 1915


Mr JOSEPH COOK - Some days ago, in speaking in this chamber, the Prime Minister used certain words of regret - perhaps of mild reproach - concerning my attitude towards him on a certain day, on the outbreak of the war. Amongst other things, he said that he had secret information from the Motherland which he could have communicated to me had he been asked to do so. I should like the right honorable gentleman to say whether he had information from the Imperial Government concerning matters relating to the outbreak of the war other than that which was communicated to His Majesty's responsible Government of the Commonwealth for the time being?







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