"DEFINITE INFORMATION." (From the " Morning Star."
The u GHobe," which aspires to be thought & Ministerial|organ, was on Monday rery seTere upon the Liberal journals because they are not in a position to tell the public exactly what the Gt-orernment ii going to io about Reform. It thus shows its own superior knowledge : — " The Cabinet keeps its own secrets — as eTery Cabinet ought to do But there are two points on which we can giro definite information alike to the public and to our radical contemporaries. In the first place, the Cabinet has made up its opinion how to deal with the Reform question. This was settled before the Christmas recen. In the second place, there neither are nor have been any dissensions in the Cabinet on the question, such as the Liberal journals have so freely reported. In •hort, the policy of the Government is settled, and the Cabinet is agreed. This much we can announce, for the rest the public must wait." "The rest" happens to be the only thing any one wants to know. For that " the public must wait." What a thing it is to be a Ministerial organ and to hare " definite information!"
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"DEFINITE INFORMATION." (From the "Morning Star.", North Otago Times, Volume VIII, Issue 202, 30 April 1867
"DEFINITE INFORMATION." (From the "Morning Star." North Otago Times, Volume VIII, Issue 202, 30 April 1867
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