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DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT

WAITING FOR. THE WRITS. [From Ocr Own Cosuu;si>ondent.] WELLINGTON, November 16. “■ ilo-.v can the writs he heued, when Parliam. :it 1.- not yer dA-olvi d:" said the Prime this mot ning. “ The. dis--‘■.Alien conn.-, before the irnjo of the writ*. Pa;! ;.!n:nt has not been die- . o’v-d. I am m-t keeping it hack nitonlionaliy. We are giving the t anpk- an (■]:[). .rtunl; v t-> g t e:; the roll. Me ,I‘in I i -:! iil t , put the elect -I ha. k, but y’mjih' want- to giro Uu; people an opportunity- to get ell t'm roll first. You will hear ’of the d’e-elution. nn-1 f.ie.n ths i-euc-r,r th,3 t-. i-its. Both events will probably happen whlnn th - e-'i Uo,' dayo, but it won't, he I'l-mcnov.-.”

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DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT, Evening Star, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT Evening Star, Issue 15651, 16 November 1914

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