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The Unemployed.

ABANDONMENT OF THE ENGLISH BILL.

United Press Association— By Electrio Telegraph—Copyright

London, July 13

In the House of Commons Mr Eeir Hardie created a sensation. After protesting against the sacrifice of the unemployed BiJl, he warned the Government of the possibility of riots throughput the country, and expressed the hope that a breach of the peace would be committed if the Bill were sacrificed.

Towards the close of the sitting the Opposition appealed to the Government to pass tbo Unemployed Bill. Sir£. F. Acland-Hood, the Chief Whip, promised to communicate to Mr Balfour the suggestion that Friday and Saturday should be devoted to the Bill.

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The Unemployed., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6621, 14 July 1905

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The Unemployed. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6621, 14 July 1905

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