(From chjb Oobrbbpowdetsx.) Wblungton, July 26 For six consecutive Bensions the House of Representatives has passed Major Steward a Educational Franoh'ao Bill, and F or 8 x consecutive sessions Iho Logis'ative Council aye given,; the Bill Ha death 'ilow. There is a very strong feeling that hia is a defianoo o£ the opinion of the R9prßßentative Chamber.. .. In the Council on Thnrsday the Horn G. MoLean, m moving the oeoond reading >t the Educational Franchise -BlH f sa!d it h^d already p3?eed six times In the other tfnase at various psrioda. — Me Oliver i'\id Ik vt us only Iguornat o'asaor which oilled out against tho present law. The question had bo«n o^im'y debated by the Uoanoll, aud ho looked upon the oon3b»nk •ntro.iuiUoM of the measure an an Insult • o the Oounoll.— Mdjj.u- Billlle hoped the Ooanoil would rej >oo the Bill, which he said win useless, and would only ben warden to the Statute Book, , He moved that it be read a seoond lime that day six raontha. — Mr Reynolds believed the Bill, was approved of by the majority of the school districts, and hoped it would pass, Thia was the alxch time It had baeo before the Ooanoil, and he thought that >.hat was a good guarantee that the measure was required. — Me Mantell nald that there were several Bills, which were known as fads, allowed to pais In the other Chamber simply because hon members dtd not like to hurt their friends' feelings, but knowing full well that -he Oounoll, m its good sense, would r< j jt them. He woald anppo/t the nmt Iment—Sir F. Whitaker hoped the Oou 11. would let the Bill go Into Oomm! r ). when many alteratlono oould be mad .» — Mr MoLean Id rerly hoped that f c Ooanoll would »i'ow the BUI to ba te^l a eooad time, beoiuie ha was sure it vjb the wish of the m*j )rity, aid it would be a danger to the present educational aystcn If the Legislature did not take notloe of the Irritation that was now going on :in connection with the cumalatlvQ vpte; — The Obunojl divided, and the Bill was thrown out by 18 to IQ, A discovery has been made that a mistake has been mada In referring the petition of Wm. Christie, of Oam^ru, against Judge Ward to the Petitions 1 Committee. Constitutional writers agree that all saoh attaoki on an administrative judge should oome thtough the Governmen*:, and should not bo laid upon the table of the Houae nnless Ministers believe they dlsoloso f ) L i whloh woald justify the removal of aujh Jcdge. The point may be raised m the Honae, bnt It la not likely that anything' more than that Will b a drum ' -
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