ABOUT THE LOBBIES.
[from our special correspondent.]
Wellington-, To-day. Government propose to give L2 for LI raised by local bodies or associations for the purchase of diamond drills. Mr Levestam intends taking up the question of un&eaworthy ships being allowed to go to sea. The Joint House Committee appointed to report on the Judicature Com* mission Bills will, it is stated, recommend that only the Supreme Court Bills be gone on with this session. Mr George M'Lean has offered the Union Company’s boats to members and their wives on the occasion of the Parliamentary visit to the Christchurch Exhibition. Mr Sheehan called the Adullamites together yesterday to de-. termine what weapons they were to fight: ' with. - ~, At the meeting of the Canterbury and Westland members to-day re railway ex*
tension, there were only sixteen present, find as some of the Westland members were insatiable in their demands the meeting was .adjourned until the 6th of July, when the Canterbury members will consider the requirements of their dis tricts, and leave the Westland members to urge their claims on their own account.
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ABOUT THE LOBBIES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 673, 27 June 1882
ABOUT THE LOBBIES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 673, 27 June 1882
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