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SIR JOSIAH STMON OUTSPOKEN. Speaking on Sunday night, Sir . Josiah Symon, in response to a request, gave his views on the situation. 'My belief is that the vote of the Australian soldiers will wipe the 'No' majority out,'' he said. '1 don't think the present advantage of our opponents will be maintained, but if so, well, the glorious sun of Anzac wfll have suffered an eclipse. I won't envy the majority their temporary succces. It will be a temporary triumph for the ignorant and the miejruided. but a permanent stain on Australia. My belief is that if the 'No' side should win the time is not far distant when they wfll l-e sorry for it I have great faith that the Australian soldiers abroad will give a big majority for Tea,' and again re trieve the honour of Australia as they did tat GoDipoli and Poaeres.'