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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

FIiroAY, JUNE 20. AFTERNOON SITTING, The House met at 2,30 p.m. REPRESENTATION ACT. Mr Joyce gave notice of the introduction of a Bill" to amend the Representation Act, 1889. XEW 15ILLR. The following Bills were introduced :— ] A Bill to Define the Hours of Labor with- ! in New Zealand : Bill to Amend the Hospitals and Charitable Aid Act, 1885 ; Patea Harbor Bill; School Committees' ! Election Bill ; Bill to Repeal the Conta- j gious Diseases Act, 1869 j Auckland Har-!

' bor Board Empowering- Bill'•-• ;Biil to Amend the Law relating • t*. Diyorce ;■. Todman Land Grant Bill; Sheep: Bill; Cbttle Bill,; Auckland Catholics] Reserves Bill; Gim'merburnr Forest Reserve Bill; Registration of' Electors Bill;; Hospital and Charitable Aid 8i11.,'/ '' \ MAJOR bAMPBBLI/S. RETIREMENT. Sir H. Atkinson'moved— 'SThat Mr Speaker be requested to convey to- Major Campbell, on his retirement from the .office, pf the Clerk of ttasjlpuse.,.,its ac:. kribwledgmerit of his prolonged and valuable services during the five-and-th\rtry. years he held that office, and its appxe- . cjajjion, pf the ,advice andASsis**nceJie was "at 'all times willing to render' to the members'6f this House, in the conduct of their business." '" ■ ■ ,' . Mr Ballance cordially seconded -the motion: , ; Sir John Hall concurred and the motion. was agreed to. ,» f ADDRESS IS REPLY. I i Mr Tanner moved the Address in Reply, and in doing so he regretted he could-not speak to the motion, as ill-health prevented him from making any remarks on it.' ■■'""■ , -,-''' ! i.j-,5 Mr Ross seconded the motion, and said he had been under the impression' he would not have to make a long speech, :as. he expected themover would have gone" over all the ground in 1 the .usual way. j Mr Ballance moved the adjournment.of the debate till 7^30, which was*'agreed to, and the House rose at 3.25 p.m. ! ' ' '

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890

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