TH E APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNORS
[P*B PftHSS ASSOCIATION. 1 '-< •• v •"■'• ■••;■•■■■ ■■■ ;-;■ - ■•_■ .-:.: ---.v^" Lord Knotofind, wpljing # Lord Dunraven, said Hr B^Blake»s appointment was #mJ jydice, and deprecated imy discussion in;P«rliameht as/premature and likely to impede a final settlement ■of the question. ; ; - ./ . V ■ '.'.;<. ;s Sir H. Blake statei he if prepared, if required, to go to Qdeensland, lire down the hostility now shown towards him. and prore that he is unbiassed m politics. Lord Dunraren asked what was the nature of the reply eeht to Queenßland. He considered that if the colonists maintained their right to reject a Governor, m -whoßo, appointment they did not concur, the result would be separation. Lord Knutsford agreed with this Tiew. Ho said he was still deliberating upon his answer- to Sir T. Mcllwraitb, and would produce the papers connected with the case at a later dateV ' "- ' It' is reported )3ir W. O. Bbbinson, Gorernor of South; Australia. proWeda to Queensland. ... . . . ' . m, T -i i ? TD » w « November 21. ±ne liegislatire Assembly is now disenssing the Premier's motioa : relatife to [the appointment of Gorernors. ' The speeches so far have been remarkable for nationalistic tendencies, more; so than has erer been heard m an Australian Parliament before. It is bfliered-thej motion will bo almost unanimbnjly carried. ..
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THE APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNORS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 22 November 1888
THE APPOINTMENT OF GOVERNORS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 22 November 1888
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