ANOTHER NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION.
[From Our Parliamentary Reporter.] WELLINGTON, September 11. An Opposition caucus has instructed Mr Ballance to move—“ That in the opinion of this House a dissolution, as early as possible, is desirable, and that the new Parliament assemble as early in the next financial year as is possible.” The Government will treat this as a no-confidence motion. Both sides are whipping hard. A prorogation this week is now impossible.
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ANOTHER NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION., Evening Star, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
ANOTHER NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION. Evening Star, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
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