HOME RULE CRISIS.
'GENERAL-ELECTION INSISTED UPON.
'ER LIBERAL RESENTMENT
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sceived March 7, 12.20 p.m.)
LONDON, March 6
; is rumoured that the King intervened with regard to the ie Rule Bill. le report was at first disied as incredible, but is now, er'sally current among polins. := * ■ is • generally accepted as true his Majesty insisted that a iral election shall immedi- ■ follow the passage of the sure. 'isyMfaid that the King med'Mr Asquith that if this se is 'not'voluntarily pursued Majesty will exercise his )gative of dissolving Parlia-
c report lias caused bitter unconcealed . resentment in ral circles, as such a step will r the Crown*, ior the first in modern history, into t conflict with the dominant cal party. c "Times" declares that it )t he emphasised too strongly the predominant feeling on -sides of the House is giy adverse to any associaof the JRoyal name with the al stage through which nal politics are now passing.
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HOME RULE CRISIS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914
HOME RULE CRISIS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8812, 7 March 1914
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