HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House met' at 2.30 p.m. • \ M.v Hamphries, the newly*' elected member for dhristoharoh North, took the oath and his s at.
The Speaker, aooompanled by the mover and the aeoooder, proceeded to Govern* ment House to present the Address In Reply.: ..+■; , ,
: Replying to a queitlon, the Government statejl that theqaestlon of appointing probatlon ,affiaera had beoq oarefuHy ponsldered by the Minister of Justice, whfo had decided that gaolers were the . most fitjpetapn's for that office. V i The Premier Hid that he woald fee glad to oonfer with- the Governments of the Aaatrallaii cojdulw , for the purpose of seodring theli co opetatlon la getting an Bogliah Aot passed to oblige all vendors of f rcz m meat imported Into ths United Kingdom to mark and sell inoh. meat, as '? f tozin Imported meat." Tte following Bills were Introduced :— OheUiaharoh.Olty Oounoil Empowering Bill, » Bill to provide for private. scjioolsf a Bill; to provide. for the better govern; meat of the Oiagd University ; Devonbort Cemetery jJßlJL.:; ... u ,.. ;,,,.,,.: ;.,, .^ . Several seaeloual oommuteei were appointed, and the House rofle at' 3 40 till 7.30 p.m. '■""""
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