HOUSE OF ; REPRESENTATIVES 1 Parliamentary Reporter. WELLINGTON, this day. ■ No official information was available early this afternpon concerning Parliamentary arrangements in .the event of peace, terms being signed by Japan' this week. There is, however, a general impression abroad that the House of Representatives, after m'eeting to-night, will adjourn for at least a week. An' official instruction has been given&that no select committees are to meet this week. The opinion in the lobbies this morning seemed to be against the Commencement of the financial debate to-night. The Leader of the Opposition,-Mr. Holland, was to confer with the Prime Minister, Mr. Fraser, this afternoon, and it was expected there would be an exchange of views be-, tween them regarding the procedure to be followed.
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ADJOURNMENT LIKELY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945
ADJOURNMENT LIKELY Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945
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