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PRESS COMMENTS.

ENGLAND THE LEGATEE OF

AFRICA'S TROUBLES. (Received February 14, 8.50 a.m.) LONDON, February 13. Tiie "Westminster Gazette " says: "The debate was a model of correct-1 ness in so "far as it dealt with the selfgoverning Dominions, but the deportations concern us, inasmuch as our law courts possibly will be called on to decide certain principles of which the deported men are flag-bearers. We will become the legatees of South Africa's troubles. As a general principle, the self-governing Dominions should consume their own smoke." The.paper adds :—"The Indemnity Bill will be followed by a Public Meeting and Disturbances Bill and an Industrial Disputes Prevention Bill.

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PRESS COMMENTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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PRESS COMMENTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8794, 14 February 1914

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