HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
ThaHouße met at 2 30 p.m. j Mr Alfred Saunders, the new member for Linooln, took the oath and his Beat. Replying to Mr Fiah9iyth_^ Premier aald there waa no objeotlon to lay on the table the oorreapondenco on the Bubjaot of the retirement of the Minister for Education from the Oiblnet. Replying to Mr O'Uonor, the Premier aald he would oonaolt the Railway Oomtnlfiolouera as to tho desirableness- of. planting railway reserves with fhx. The following Bllla wore lntrodooed and read a first time : Mr Rhodoo, Tnira District Aot, 1881, Amendment ; M jor Steward, The Triennial Licensing Oommbtees Bill ; Mf Joyce, The Shop Hours Bill ; Mr Taylor, Tho Eight Hoora 111 ; Mr Izard, Gometerlea Aot, 1872, Amondment, The Honae adj mrnod at 3 10 pm. till 7 30 pm.
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