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THE IRISH CRISIS.

CONFERENCE REPORTED NOT TO HAVE MADE PROGRESS.

London, July 22

In the House of Commons, Mr A, Ponsonby, Liberal member for Stirling asked whether the King's speech had been drawn up and published on the advice of the Ministers, in accordance with custom and precedent.

Mr Asquith replied that the speech was sent to him in the ordinary way the day before. Hβ took the whole responsibility. The King Mb the conference to determine wbei&er it should be published, and the conference unanimously faVourSd its publication.

Lord Boberfe Cecil asked if Jhe con ference was summoned upon the Cabi net's advice.

Mr Asquith replied that his Majesty

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THE IRISH CRISIS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914

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THE IRISH CRISIS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914

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