THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNOR
«, . (Prr Press Absooiation.j London, November 23. The "Pall Mall Gazette," m referring to the interview between Lord Knutsford and Sir H. A. Blake, jeeringly describes it as a process of soft soaping the colonies. London, November 21. The " Standard," m referring to the speech of iSir Henry Parkes m the New South Wales Parliament respecting the appointment of colonial Governors, says it is, worthy of the dig^ and the importance ' of the subject "to* ""^ convey an admonition m respectful and nnirritated langn&ge. - The reqaeatsr.of , > * New South Wales and South Australia were so temperate that they must be complied with, if it be maintained that the Colonial Office ought priv»tely,|o ;i ascertain the opinion of 'the colon j on * gentlemen to be appointed,, . , .>m Sir H. A, Blake has receiye'ff from the Executive, Council of BU , John's, Newfoundland, addresses expressing regret at his departure from the &is)id. , I The "Observer" states that ~Bir ft. A. Blake has resigned his tppointment '■'( as Gpvernor of Qaeettslarid, • J >< '■■■ "■■•-
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THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNOR, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888
THE QUEENSLAND GOVERNOR Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1997, 26 November 1888
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