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_ „ ,„ Sydney, October 2*? ing Mr Dibbs, m movi^ a vote of ceathe declaration of their fiscal Liwf severely attacked the action li S twTffi ,f reSpectto the F^nfe Speaker ordered that the latter be arrested and suspended from resuming lus seat during the present session Melbourne, October it m moving his want of coafcfcnce. motion tins ev^ ning Mr Muxwq.made a. L igorous attack on the raj Wmanurewent, and accused ftilH eg the.

Colonial Treasurer, of withholding information as to the state of the finances, thereby causing financial disaster. In replying, Mr Gillies defended the fiscal policy of the Government, and showed that there Avas now close on a million to the credit of the public account. He contended that the colony would have no difficulty m meeting its engagements until the time to float a new loan arrived, which would not be this year, and probably not next year. The debate is proceed- j ing.

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AUSTRALIAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890

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AUSTRALIAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2557, 30 October 1890

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