■ ■"——■—♦-—- [Per Press Association.—Copyright.] SYDNEY, November 4." 111 the Legislative Assembly Mr Lyne's motion of censure was defeated by 65 to 33. The Labor party voted with the Government. Mr M'Gowan, as their spokesman, blamed the warden, not the -Minister-of -Mines; for- acting partially. The Labor party, he said, had determined to have an inquiry, but Mr Lyne's motion was intended to burke that inquiry. HOBART, November 4. Premier Braddon, addressing the Legislative Assembly, announced, as the result of a Ministerial caucus, that the present time was inopportune for the Government to resign, and they would therefore continue to hold office. . '
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AUSTRALIAN POLITICS., Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
AUSTRALIAN POLITICS. Evening Star, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
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