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PARLIAMENTARY NOTES

(fBOH OUB OWN CORBBBPONDKNT.J Wellington, July 15. There li nothing freih this evening on the ia v jeot of the Representation Bill Ministers state the Bill has not yet been finally considered. The faot Is they don'i know what to do, and are m the position of being between "the Davll and the daep sea." _ Everything Is very quiet to day. We business of any kind is proceeding, members being alt away m the country. There Is likely to be trouble ahead it oonneetion with the passage of the Ot»g< Central Railway Bill. It Is said that ii addition to strong opposition on the par of certain aonthern members the blool Anokland vo|e will be dead against tbi line. Wellington, Joly 16 The Representation Amendment Bil will be one of the first orders of the da; to-day. la anticipation of the qaoti being Inserted m the Bill at 26 per osn for the country districts, Mi Fish 1 actively engaged m canvassing for stanool resistance, to snob a concession. The new Bill was expected to hay bean m print and circulated yestetdiv bnt at the -last moment the Attorney General discovered In It a passage wblo! was oapable of being read In two wayi and accordingly the measure was sgal relegated to the Cabinet this morning fc farther consideration* StrenooDS efforts are being made t arrive at a settlement of the different bs**een Mr Soobie MoKenz'e, regardin Sir Maurice O'Rorke's ruling on the intr< dnction of Mr Pjke's Private Sohoo Bill, and so obviate the matter bain dlscosied m Hons?, whloh it is believe would emphasise the challenging by Id MoKeuzle of the Speaker's ruling. There is likely to be a long discusslo ih'a afternoon on Mr Carroll's noti( •ffirmlning the desirableness of plaoin Native Land Court Jadges on the sana footing as other Judges. Rouoh on Corns— As\ for We'ls' "Rou| on Corns." Quick relief, complete, perm; n*nt core. Corns, warts, bunions. .' Chemists and druggists. ' Rough on Itch. — "Rough oa Itch * cures skin hamors. eruptions, ring worn tetter, salt rheum, frosted feet, chilblains, itc

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PARLIAMENTARY NOTES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2174, 16 July 1889

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PARLIAMENTARY NOTES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2174, 16 July 1889

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