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GRANTS TO ROYALTY.

On the recommendations of t the committee/ appointed to enqulte into the subjects of grants to membew of the Royal Family coming before the House of Commons to-dayj Mr Labouchere moved that the funds at the diapoiil of the Queen w«e adequate for provision for her grand children, 'and if otherwise economy should 'be practised- in;i«pect to the households :>i The Radical wing suppflrtiMt Libpuchere i the majority of the ParnelUres support Mr Gladstone. Mr W. H. Smith n su^stirig'acorhprpmiseJ'MMf Mfrley move^ an ameodraQiit ppjpdsibg ithe grant vi secommended, '■'ttnfeill iiiisagteed that -no further applic§tipfl4*e a ijalde. Dunn* the -discussion^ Mr^iadJKpne, m an eloquent speech, combatf£3)the arguments of *Mr Labouchere. Hft Bevetelyfcondero^edvtbef«ha>fey^|ack» made Qrube. r civi k l Jist^and repa^iated % a microsfcopic {hs^ctio* of the Queeni) househbloV expenses. Aupleodidvcpurt m a-flpciety like that bf^Englaiid^rM, he cofltended a nscesgity.- b&t^pxi

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GRANTS TO ROYALTY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2184, 27 July 1889

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GRANTS TO ROYALTY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2184, 27 July 1889

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