CARILLON AS MEMORIAL.
Proposal in South Australia.
«ADELAIDE, Monday. - The South Aus- tralian Ministry has refused to grant the request of the National War Memorial
Committee to make available as a site for the memorial the south-western corner of Government House grounds. In response to a further recommendation that £100,000 should be provided by the Ministry in con- nection with the scheme, a grant of £25,000 has been promised. Originally £5,000 was mentioned as a State contribution lo the national war memorial, but it was generally felt that the suggestion of £100,000 was passing from one extreme to the other. The latest proposal is that the memorial should take tho form of a carillon, and that the Ministry should be asked to subscribe the whole of the £100,000. It is understood that the promise of £25,000 will he given on the undertaking that the public will be expected to add its contribution.