LABOR DISSATISFIED. IX NEW SOUTH WALES. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright, SYDNEY, November 24. (Received November 24. at 9.30 a.m.j Tile Colliery Tint ploy c«>’ Federation is calling a conference to consider the formation of a new Labor party. This step iit stated to bo the outcran-s of the Holman Governments action in icgard to the Arbitration Act. I lie non-introduction of an T-.'ght Hours Bill, -’.nil the faiiuietoa bolisli ilie Upper Hoiite and night work in mints. VICTORIAN ELECTIONS. .MELBOURNE, November 24. The State parliamentary elections take place on Thursday, and a, vigorous campaign is drawing to a dose. The chief Labor plants are; Abolition of the Legislative Council, initiative and referendum, opposition to a referendum on Bible-roading in State a ebook. The Liberals favor a reduction in the I.crid.)five Council franchise, and leave Uir other two questions open. AUSTRALIA’S LOAN. MELBOURNE, November 24. In reference to yesterday’s London cable, Mr Fisher (Prime Minister) points out that Australia is obtaining £18,000.000 from the British war loan to meet naval and military expenditure, also £18,000,000 which, tho Commonwealth arranged to obtain for tho States for development purposes.
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