TuKDATi-ApeuaT 5.. _. t . ; Colonel Whitmobb, in reply to Sir F. D. Bell, cud the new Parliament would m*6t the last wer* in September. It was physically impossible that 4t conld m»et earlier. The GorerHmenfc would «sanse_ -the; least delay tliat was.aToidable. '• '•' . 1,";- ■.."' ■. - .. '■-~■ .- The Oouncfl, qn the motiqn of Colonel Brttfc, oarried tho> aaotiop o£ appreciation of the eervicee and regret at the loss of Sir J. .JUchirdeon.. !..•><■■ ■'■; .'•'Ai. : '■- ; "'■-'■ - Mr "WATUBHoraE mored for a .returni , of the amount paid to wilsDeMee .cm- land tax appeals. Hβ aecueed the GoTernmeat of ap r pointing Taluere for party purposes, and eai4. Beiideiit Magistrates, -who heard the appeal*, were riot independent through the manner in whioh.the" Gorernment treated the* ? ■■■; r ?- : - .--■".-*-. . Colonel : WhithobS ' aaid the tiluere were appointed by tender, and the Sesident Magis-i trates free and independeat, -. , Thaanotion was carried. - The Loan -Sill -was read a first time, and the Oounoil adjourned. ' '■•"■ - >
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