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Tuesday, Jusb 25.

The Speaker took the chair at 2.80.

Sir F. Whltakei gave notloe to lntrodaue Bills referring to the law of libel, to postal oards, nod the Marriage Aot. Mr Wilson gave notice foe the prod ia tlon of all papeta m conneotton with 'Mr •Ta^tlce Dennieton's appointment. = Mr O jmpbeH, In ptuvlqg'the Address In Raply, oompimontai the Government on having brought the credit of the colony to a mora SdvUfaotory ooudltion. - >_-

Mr Diguan aeoonded the motloni

D.' Pallea eald that tho only way to brtag the oolony to>* prosperoos condition would ba for the Government to help m the direction o) bringing ou" a proper olass cf Immigrants to settle on the Grown lands. ; ". '•'■■■ : :; ■ ■' ■•'-•'"- '■■'■- ■'■'■'.

j The motlcn wan agreed to? and- th? OobDoll rose ut 3.15 till to-mairow. !i j!

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2158, 26 June 1889

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