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PARLIAMENTARY.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

July I. Mr Payne, member for Grey Lynn, declining to withdraw words inter jected by him during Friday night's sitting, was suspended for the remainder of the sitting. iLeave was given to Mr Hii3fJmar?b to introduce the Imprisonment for Debt Limitation Amendment Bill, and it was read a first time. The debate on the Address-in-Reply was continued, Messrs Escofct, T. E. Y. Seddon, Scott, L.-M. Isifct, T. W. Rhodes,-Webb, W. H. Bell and Ell. speaking. July 8. Mr Hanan was granted leave to introduce the Election of Ministers and Party Government Bill, and tbe Hon. F. M. B. Fisher to introduce the Harbours Act Amendment Bill.

The debate on the Address-in Reply was continued, Messrs G. M. Tborap son, Hanan, and Anderson speaking. A vote was taken on the no-confj dence amendment moved by Sir Joseph Ward, and on a divis.ian'being taken tho. yoting was as follows ;— For the amendment ... 34 j Against the amendment •.« 8$ I The debate was continued, by M-e§3*»' Brown and WilkjußOß, I

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PARLIAMENTARY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4411, 10 July 1914

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PARLIAMENTARY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4411, 10 July 1914

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