Foreign News: Dominion Day

Upon the 58th anniversary of the union of the Canadian Provinces into the Dominion of Canada, bands played, flags wagged, fireworks spluttered and banged. Dominion Day (July 1), the Canadian Independence Day, also found its echo in London, whence the Hon. P. C. Larkin, Canadian High Commissioner, addressed his people thus:

"We have some problems to solve just as we have always had, but with one's eyes on Europe one cannot help feeling that they are infinitesimal compared with those of other nations and that there is no country in the world that...

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