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A NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION

Mr Bjllanoa is perfectly right m deolin-' fng to movo a direoc vote of want of confidence at the present tlmj. The Government's measure of Inlqalty is not ye qalto fall, They are bringing destrnotion upon their own heads with astonfu^!ng rapidity, and if given rope enough will v.ry soon haDg th&maelveo, 1% i«, perhaps doubtful whether a no confidence motion would bo oarrietl at present, and a premature att-rapt, If unauooeßaful, woold tend to strengthen their position. Every day, however, there are defections from tho Ministerial ranks, and examples of this kind are ontaghus In a week or two the Ministry will be helpless and its removal will be an easy antler. It wonld be anwlse to preolpltate notion. Things are working steadily towards the desired end, and it Is probably not far off. The country o»n afford to wait patiently for he happy moment whloh will relieve It of tie Inoubu3 of one of the worat Govern* menta It has ever known.— •* Post."

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A NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2185, 29 July 1889

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A NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2185, 29 July 1889

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