The Nanaimo Free Press [Friday, October 31, 1930] [article]

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London. Oct. 31.-The Macdonald Government scored an easy victory today in the first division of the new parliamentary sestion. defeating a Labor Left Wing amendment to tire Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, by 156 votes to 11. The enrendprent humbly regretted that the Speech from the Throne conteined no proposals making for Socialist reorganization of industry, agriculture, banking and import and export trades, and for a more fair (kstribution of national income. London. Oct.
more » ... . London. Oct. 31.-The Government's proposal-to amend the Trades Disputes Act and cut working hours of the miners from ci^ to seven and a half a day was defended in the Commons today by Rt. Hon. J. R. Clynes. Had there been no lockout of n^rs there would have been no general strike in 1926, Mr. Ojmes declared. If it was right for mine owners to lock out «me million men. how could it be WTong for two or three million men to down tools in symfiathy with them. ornnsHOT INMTQR Qitcajo, Oci. 31.-Killers went gunning bjr dajrlight yesterday, sprayed Maywood street car with shotgun sings and felled but failed to silence their was needed to send his comrade's tnorderef trw><e BaUo««. A hailTrf bullets and sligs h«*e the. jaw of Sgt. James McBride, imperif-
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