[pee, eedtbk’s agency.] The Council and the Melbourne. Jifne;9. *, In the Legislative Council the Reform Bill, as amended by the Assembly, came up for discussion, and,: 'j | although no decision was come to, ; the tone of the debate showed that thjs i ;> - i majority of the members are determined i to insist on the amendments itßKtheP^ 1 measure previously.pjwsedr il>yji£ihfc | Council. Melbourne, To-day. T , ; J It is generally expected that, ui View i of the action of the Council, Govern- , : ment will abandon the Reform 8i11,.' A caucus of Ministerialists; will be. held > on Tuesday next, to take :the present 1 position of affairs into consideration, I and decide < upon future course of action.
In the Legislative Council last night, - - after further debate, the various amend- 1 raents to the -Reform the Assembly, were rejected without -it division, and the House then adjournedto Wednesday next. r i The Inward Sue? Mail- , : , . ALBAOTV dune#. TTV, The P. .and O. Company’s steamship. . Cathay, with the Unward Suez mail, :, ■ dated London, May 6th, arrived in l King George’s Sound to-day. 4 ‘. Royal Passengers.^ Their Royal Highnesses . Princes Albert Victor and George of Wales are passengers by the P.Umd O- Company's steamship Cathay, which left here today for Melbourne. The Royal Princes, will leiave theiU P. and O. Company’s - Cathay at Adelaide, and take a short stay in that city before coming, on; to
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 367, 10 June 1881
AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 367, 10 June 1881
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