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AN AUSTRALIAN DOMINION

[By Electric Telegraph.—Copyright.] [Pee Press Association.]

SIR HENRY PARKES'S DREAM. BRISBANE, October 24.

In the course of an interview Sir Henry Parkea said he had come to the conclusion that for tho future Government of Australia there should be nothing short of a dominion parliament in the dominion of Australia. The colonies, he thought, should be created a dominion with one elective parliament. He favored a great convention of the different assemblies of Australasia, representing all parties, to form the basis of the suggested federal government. Sir Samuel Griffiths and 'Sir Thomas M'llwraith practically coincide with Sir Henry Parkes's views.

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AN AUSTRALIAN DOMINION, Issue 8046, 24 October 1889

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AN AUSTRALIAN DOMINION Issue 8046, 24 October 1889

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