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(Received Ocfc, 15. 11.10 a.m.) Sydney, October 15. Sir H. Parkes made a • Ministerial statement last night. Keferring to the strike he said the colony had already lost more material wealth than if an enemy had been at its gates. The strike had now assumed the form of open enmity to the constituted Government of the country, and the result of the strikers attitude m opposing themselves to the Government was that fuel for the railways was unobtainable. What had taken place was little short of a revolution, and very little further would plunge the country into undisguised Avar. Someone must be master, and, further added the Premier, "The Government of the colony will be the master." The Cabinet, therefore, had decided to enter into the contest. It is expected the Budget will take the form of a statement of revenue and expenditure, and no new proposals will be placed before the House. Mr Dibbs accused the Government of a breach of faith m sheltering themselves behind the labor strikes, and expressed the determination to force an appeal to the cquntryj

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Latest Telegrams, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2544, 15 October 1890

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Latest Telegrams Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2544, 15 October 1890

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