Papers relating to a conference between the secretary of state for the colonies and the prime ministers of self-governing colonies; June to August, 1902

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JV 21 902 TORONTO COLONIAL CONFERENCE, ,1902 ,' PAPERS RELATING TO A CONFERENCE BETWEEN THE OF STATE FOR THE COLONIESSECRETARY AND THE PRIME MINISTERS OF SELF-GOVERNING :COLONIES JUNE to 1902.AUGUST, to of tfommanfc ofiiotf) ?l?ousrs Darltawrnt flyyrrsrntrtr 1902.October, LONDON: PRINTED FOR HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE. BY EYRE AND SPOTTISWOODB, PRINTERS TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT 5UJESTT. to beAnd either or fromBookseller,purchased, directly through any EYRE AND EAST HARDING FLEET findSPGTTISWOODE, STREET, STREET, E.C., AniNGDON orS.W,;32, STREET, WESTMINSTER, OLIVER AND EDINBURGH ; orBOYD, E. GIIAFTON-llf,,PONSONBY, STREKTJ 1902. Is. 5d.Price[Cd. 1299.] ov a Ill Table of Contents. Page LIST OF SUUJECTS SUGGESTED FOR DISCUSSION DEFENCE APPENDICES cont,AND NOTICES OF MOTION VI VI. Memorandum Canadian Ministersby -Defence 73SUMMARY OF concerningRESOLUTIONS AND RESULTS VII. as to ofCorrespondence Supplies - for andSUMJIABY OF PROCEEDINGS Meat, Produce, &c., Army . . . -75Navy APPENDICES : PAPERS LAID BEFORE THE CON- TEADE APPENDICES :FERENCE : VIII. Board of Trade Memorandum onDEFENCE APPENDICES : effect ofthe Canadian Preferential I. Defence Tariff on Tradeof the between the42expenditure Empire II. Colonial United and .in connection Canada 83 Kingdom with IX. CanadianWar in South Africa Memorandum43 respecting III. C.D.C. Memorandum the of theon PreferentialoperationImperial Tariff . . -Eeserves in the Colonies US X.IV.

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JV
21
902
TORONTOCOLONIAL CONFERENCE, ,1902
,'
PAPERS
RELATING TO A
CONFERENCE
BETWEEN THE
OF STATE FOR THE COLONIESSECRETARY
AND THE
PRIME MINISTERS OF SELF-GOVERNING
:COLONIES
JUNE to 1902.AUGUST,
to of tfommanfc ofiiotf) ?l?ousrs Darltawrnt flyyrrsrntrtr
1902.October,
LONDON:
PRINTED FOR HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE.
BY EYRE AND SPOTTISWOODB,
PRINTERS TO THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT 5UJESTT.
to beAnd either or fromBookseller,purchased, directly through any
EYRE AND EAST HARDING FLEET findSPGTTISWOODE, STREET, STREET, E.C.,
AniNGDON orS.W,;32, STREET, WESTMINSTER,
OLIVER AND EDINBURGH ; orBOYD,
E. GIIAFTON-llf,,PONSONBY, STREKTJ
1902.
Is. 5d.Price[Cd. 1299.]ov
aIll
Table of Contents.
Page
LIST OF SUUJECTS SUGGESTED FOR DISCUSSION DEFENCE APPENDICES cont,AND NOTICES OF MOTION VI
VI. Memorandum Canadian Ministersby
-Defence 73SUMMARY OF concerningRESOLUTIONS AND RESULTS
VII. as to ofCorrespondence Supplies
- for andSUMJIABY OF PROCEEDINGS Meat, Produce, &c., Army
. . . -75Navy
APPENDICES
: PAPERS LAID BEFORE THE CON-
TEADE APPENDICES :FERENCE :
VIII. Board of Trade Memorandum onDEFENCE APPENDICES :
effect ofthe Canadian Preferential
I. Defence Tariff on Tradeof the between the42expenditure Empire
II. Colonial United and .in connection Canada 83 Kingdom
with IX. CanadianWar in South Africa Memorandum43 respecting
III. C.D.C. Memorandum the of theon PreferentialoperationImperial
Tariff . . -Eeserves in the Colonies US
X.IV. Board of Trade on Memorandum onSeaAdmiralty
- -Power - Mutual Protection of Patents 13 i
V. Statement as to the Defence of(1.)
MISCELLANEOUS APPENDICES :New Zealand the Premierby
and Minister of Defence 53 XI. Memorandum on
Imperial Stamp
Scheme for Australian Mounted(2.) -on Colonial Bonds 145Charges
Force, by XII. onMajor-General. Ocean Cables byFrench ....
-Sir Sanford 145Fleming
Defence of) Minute(3 XIII. Naturalization -Australia, 151Correspondence
Sir E. T.by Major-General XIV. Professional in SouthEmployment
Hutton 64 Precis ofAfrica, 154
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n 2Index.
Court of,ImperialAppeal,
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Ocean and Purchase 38.Cables, thereof,
and 32.NavalCadets, Military,
of 40.Cattle, Canadian,Importation
37.Coastwise Trade,
of loss of treatmentCommercial Relations most-favoured nationEmpire,
of to 38 see alsoon British Goods, 5, 33, ;consequent giving preference
Trade Relations.
Conferences of Prime 33.Ministers, of,Holding
and 32.Contracts, Army Navy Supply,
of 33.Court Appeal, Imperial,
39.Decimal Currency,
"
seeDefence, Imperial."
33.Court ofImperial Appeal,
4.Defence,
9.Naval,
26.Military,
on Colonial 38.
,, Bonds,ChargesStamp
40.of Canadian Cattle,Importation
Mail 37.Services,
uniform Laws the 38.Merchant Shipping, throughout Empire.
39.Metric System,
39.Naturalisation,
and 32.ISaval Cadets,Military
Postal Rates 39.for,Newspapers,
38.Ocean Cables and Purchase thereof,
40.Pacific Islands,
38.Mutual ProtectionPatents, of,
32.Political Relations, 2,
Postal Rates for 39.Newspapers,
38.Preferential Tariffs, 5, 33,
1.Publication of Proceedings,

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