THE HUNTLY DISASTER
WAR ANVOXK TO_HK rROSIiCUTKD? [Fhom Orn. Pakliamentary Refouteb.] Wi-'LLINOTOX. October 19. The Minimi'.T of Min"s (Hon. W. Faw;} walked ln*t iiishi. by Mr Atnioro il ho had initiated or tfive" ior the iriU'iU'tn <-,»' prosecution against any 01 tl'eHuntlv coal-mine owners at any time; The Hon Mr Fraser .said he thought th-it was w.uedv :i ritfht question to ask. *«ohT tlwt the Commission had not, y.a, aiven" in their report. The matter w;is. «Tih iodic*, and he did not warn to prejudice in aiiv way what the Commission nri'ht do. He would have no hesitation i-i answei-hia the question. He did not suppose it would be long before the ConiiP&Hon presented their report, Hiere ww no'reason for any delay. He understood that the whole of the evidence would lw i./tvpe directly, and-he thought it was for Mr Speaker to say whether he should smsv-eT the ouettion now or later on. Sir Tiieaker: It is not- for me to answe.the question. The Minister said he would take it on. himeelf to 6av that as the matter wrs sub jiidice he did not think it was right to answer the question just now. ' I will an.-wer it later on, and I shall be only too happy to do «>.'
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THE HUNTLY DISASTER, Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914
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