DISCUSSION IN CAPE ASSEMBLY.
CAPETOWN, February 13. Mr Mcrriman, in concluding his speech, said that if the Government's principles had prevailed 14 years ago many Ministerialists,. including himself, would have been deported. He condemned General Smuts's sneering re-j ference to the , Magna Charta. He j would vote for the second reading of •the Indemnity Bill. . General Hertzog condemned the deportation without . trial. A Select Committee should be appointed to inquire into the administration of martial law, to'enable aggrieved persons to ventilate grievance^. Government had done its duty % June there -would have been no later trouble. He Would support the second reading, but
hoped the Government: would abandon the idea of perpetual banishment. His speech was marked by many heated passages.
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DISCUSSION IN CAPE ASSEMBLY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914
DISCUSSION IN CAPE ASSEMBLY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914
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