HC Deb 01 April 1895 vol 32 c606
MR. J. F. HOGAN (Mid Tipperary)

I beg to ask Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, whether he is aware that the Australian Colonies and New Zealand are anxious to be represented at the approaching Monetary Conference; and whether it will be possible to arrange for direct Colonial representation at the Conference; if not, whether he will, in appointing the British delegates, take into consideration the propriety of nominating at least one gentleman who will be competent to voice the opinions of the Colonies on the questions to be discussed?


Her Majesty's Government have received no intimation of an approaching Monetary Conference, and the question of any arrangement with reference thereto has therefore not arisen.

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