THE C. D. ACT
***** w.j^t raw* (Pj» Pbbhs Association.) Auckland, January 3. A deputation, comprising Sir George Grey, Sir W. Pox, Profesior Aldis' B*v 0. JVf. Nelooo, Dt Kenderdloe, Mr 0. Atkln (Obalrman of the Hoipltal and Charitable Aid Board), and other 1 waited upon his Exoellenoy the Governor to-day to urge the repeal of the Contagious Diseases Aot. In reply the Governor nld be believed thla mtfcter wai one which this deputation or any other body should represent In proper form to the Leglilatarft !of the country. This wu really a matter m whloh, an Aot having been pasted, even Ministers had no option. They had only to properly follow oat the decision at which the Legislature had arrived, an<* Mora they oonld take any other itep In thlt or any other matter vrhleh had beooma an Aot of Parliament they mast obtain aa alteration In the Aot. The same prlndpU had been brought before him before and he had uniformly pointed oat, that the proper manner for qaeitloat of the tort to be dealt with was by representation to tt« Legislature. HU Exoellency promised h« would lay the qaeitlon before hiiMlnloten.
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THE C. D. ACT, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889
THE C. D. ACT Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889
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