HKISBANB, UCtODer JLO. Mr McCrossan brought forward m the Assembly a motion that territorial separation of the Northern portion of the colony is desirable. Sir S. Griffiths moved as an amendment that it would be to-the advantage of the colony to establish separate Legislatures and executive authorities m northern and southern and central parts, with full poweri to deal with questions-of local concern, but that matters of general importance and administration of public debts should remain under the control of one Legislature until the establishment of Australian Federation. The debate •was adjourned. '
The following ia a copy" of the form which the dismissed employees of the railway are required to sign-when applying for reinstatement:—"l beg leave to apply for further employment m your department. Admitting' that lnypast conduct m refusing duty m September lijust by order of the Railway Union was wrong, I trust you ■•Will, take into consideration the peculiar position m which I-was placed at tjic time, and if possible give me further employment. If engaged, I »m fully prepared to implicitly obey the rules, and also to sever my connection with Unionism as at present constituted.—Yours obediently. * ' . :- '. ' ''■ '
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QUEENSLAND., Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2547, 18 October 1890
QUEENSLAND. Ashburton Guardian, Volume X, Issue 2547, 18 October 1890
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