THE OPPOSITION CAUCUS
[Per United Ppkss Association ]
WELLINGTON, December 22
At a meeting of the Opposition party this morning 30 members were present, including representatives of both Liberal and Labor parties. The absent four members sent apologies for unavoidable absence. and expressed themselves in entire accord with, any action the party should take. The meeting was most enthusiastic, and the following resolution was carried ;
That this meeting of members of the House of Representatives record their hearty congratulations to Sir Joseph Ward on the result of the elections, and express their entire confidence in him as Leader: thev further pledge themselves to loyally support him in any action he may take in connection' with the present crisis and during the present Parliament. The resolution was adopted unanimously with enthusiasm.
Resolutions were also carried expressing sympathy with the relatives of the late Hon. W. Montgomery, and recording appreciation of his services and regret at bis death, also expressing regret at the defeat of individual members of the party at the elections, and conveying the kindest wishes of the party to them, and wishing them success in the future.
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THE OPPOSITION CAUCUS, Evening Star, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914
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