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LABOURS' AIMS.

MR KOLMAN AND THE CON-

FERENCE.

SYDNEY, February 6

The "Sun," in a leader, says there is no doubt that in the interview he gave in New Zealand, Mr Holman trailed his coat for the Labour Conference, and so astute and experienced a politician cannot have done it unconsciously. Perhaps it was an oblique hit at Mr J. C. Wateon, who abdicated his political leadership and prospective Prime Ministership to become the most powerful factor in the Labour movement outside Parliament. If so, Mr Watson declines to tread on the coat. Mr Holman trails. Mr Meagher, president of the , League, took up the challenge. Instead of retorting with a sneer at diplomats and time servers, it appears _ that Mr Meagher is the official champion of the Labour machine, against which Mr Holman is deliberately measuring his individual strength.

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LABOURS' AIMS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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LABOURS' AIMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8788, 7 February 1914

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