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NO-CONFIDENCE MOTIONS.

{Pbb Press Association.—Copyright.J

PERTH, October 15. Mr. Leake has announced his intention to move an amendment to the Address-in-Reply in favor of a reduction of duties on the food supplies. Sir John Forrest accepted the announcement as a motion of want of confidence in the Government, and the House adjourned until Tuesday.

HOBART, October 16. Mr Lewis, Leader of the Opposition, has given notice of a motion of want of confidence in the Government. The motion will be taken on Tuesday next.

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NO-CONFIDENCE MOTIONS., Issue 10446, 16 October 1897

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NO-CONFIDENCE MOTIONS. Issue 10446, 16 October 1897

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