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The Premier intimated in the House on Thursday that he intended xo ask Parliament to proclaim Sept. 2d t h as a pnblic holiday to celebrate the change from colony to Dominion. Sir -Joseph Ward is the fastest speaker in the House,, while Mr Tanner (Avon) is the most deliberate. The actions of several members of the Government party who w T ent back on the Government and reversed their votes on the tariff proposals on mining machinery, as well as those who abstained from voting' on the question, have been the subject of much severe jjublic comment. The explanations given by these “ betwixt and between” or "Jack-of-both-sides members” for their somersault tactics and peculiar conduct, do not altogether go down with the House, being regarded as “too thin.” The Ward Government is rapidly growing ' in favour in Wellington, where they have never been satisfied with any party. The Premier, by his tact, ability, business capability, and disapproval of the impracticable views' put forth by some Ministers, ha.s won the support of the majority of the business jteople of Wellington. From the views 1 expressed by members there is every probability that the duty on dour will be retained.
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907
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