Relations of the United States with Canada and Great Britain
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 12 Jan 1905, p. 123-129

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Relations of the United States with Canada and Great Britain

A brief review of the speeches already heard tonight. A conclusion with regard to the correct policy for Canada. Newfoundland, endeavouring to work out their destiny. Hopes of building a great nation. A future view of Newfoundland. Newfoundland on the very best terms with both the United States and Canada. Looking to the United States for great advantages to flow from the ratification and adoption of the Treaty which has been signed on two occasions by two Secretaries of State for the United States. Nothing in the Reciprocity Treaty between Newfoundland and the U.S. which in any way affects Canada or any portion of the British Empire. The speaker's belief in the policy of Mr. Chamberlain as far as it has been outlined in its effects on Canada.