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PARLIAMENTARY NOTES

(Fbom oub own Corrictondbht,) Wellington, September 10 Major Steward is urging the Premier to establish labor settlement*. Mr Valentine wants Government to legiilate for the branding of all cheese •hipped from the oaloay setting forth vorlous qaalitiet of mannfaotnre. There ha« been a great row over the refusal of tha Treasury to pay one mem* bet's honorarium became an order had been made against it by tbe Supreme Court: A question of privilege was raised, and has been debated for the last two days. To-day the 'Premier asked leave to introduce a Bill making the honorarium onasisllable by any process at JawThe discussion lasted till five o'clock when leave to Introduce the Bill was refuted by 59 to 13. A meeting of the Opposition to day passed a resolution approving of Mr Ballanoe's leadership, and suggesting that he address a public meeting during the roosts, and agreeing to a motion that Partiament be dissolved during the reoess, and the new Parliament meet as soon aB possible after the end of the financial fear. Mr Jellicoe has definitely decided not to contest the Oasaru seat, the local •pponente of Mr Hislop having deolined to withdraw, [Pbb Press Association.] Wbixihgion, September 11. r xl T CO F? CII BOSWBSB. In the XieglsUtiTa Oounoll vestou!** « number of Bills wwe rea d .?WW time and passed. The Lincoln AerloultmS College Bill was discharged. The Worth Wand Main Trunk Railway Bm° waß read a second time, the Attorney General promising to alter tbe clause referring to tbe disposal of land* at T«ran»bi. dissolution. pttfrdiy ifttrooon, Id tbs £oqw, Mf

Balance gave notics to move on golDg into Committee of Bopply, "That It is expedient that the present Parliament bo dls*;<lvi>tl on the expiration of tbe present aenaion and that a new Parliament icßemble as toon aa possible after the end of the curren financial year." The notloe r-as received with cheers from all sides of rho Hodsh. MINISTERIAL BTATBMBNT. The Premier made a eUtement that the Government intended prooeedtng with the Public Health B'.ll, Ltc^noing Aofc Amendment Bil>,R»tln|? Bill, Westpnrt-Ngakawau Railway Extension Bill, Hospitals and Charitable Instltatons Blil (No. 2), West Coast Settlement BUI, Land Transfer Bill. Native Land Court Act Amendment BUI, Proporty Tax B;ll (fixtup ux for the year), and Pab'llo Revenues Bill Be said be sair no roaron why thn whole of the business should not be finished by Thursday night. THE HOaORARIUM. Consideration of the report of the Honorarium Committee was resumed by j the Premier, who moved for leave to bring m a 8.1 lof a retrospective oharaotet providing that the honorarium should be unassailafre m law or equity. Sir Bbllanoe thoaght tho House should first adopt the report of the committee. Mr Seddon moved, as an amendment, that the Speaker's ordes be given effeot to. After a considerable debate, tbe Premier's motion was los: by 69 to 13. GENERAL. Ths Westport Railway Extension, hospitals and Charitable A<d (No 2), and West Coast, Reserves Bills, and a number of others were read a seoond time and committed. la committee the Native Lands Court Aot Amendment Bill was further considered. After a few unimportant amendments progress was repotted. Several Bills whloh been committed earlier In the evening were passed, and the House adjourned at 2.35 a.m.

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PARLIAMENTARY NOTES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889

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