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(/it ReuleAs Agency.) Deserted.

Melbourne, Dec. 9,

In the Legislative Assembly, to-day, Dr. L. L. Smith, the meinver for Richmond, has proposed a vole of want of confidence in the present Ministry. All sections of the House disclaimed having been consulted on the motion. Sir Bryan o‘Loghlen has crossed over to the Opposition corner.

A Trip Home,

Brisbane, Dec. 9.

The leader of the Opposition party proceeds immediately to England, it is understood with a political object in view in connection with the accusations lately made against the Hon. Thomas Mclllwraith, the Premier.

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 213, 10 December 1880

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