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POLITICAL GOSSIP.

[FaOM OUR PABLlA]iraini^iifeßßPOftTEß;]« •_■•'■' <»* & The jEton.; Ji.'~G. vrritA'si*^n*ns. : The date ot\he : mitVigioi Court in the will probably be Vsomef .Sajttfiis. Mji Then. Copper (Auckland) "will appear for Mc Ward.; : ; •• .-. ;: >- ! | FoljU:e 'r '-y ''-f

..'_ Unless the Government; agreeiVtp setup;a_ committee of, inquiryVe : the;police;a mptiph will be tabled in the House., in favor.'of. an.< inquiry, and it.will probably be carried-by-a large majority. ~ ; ; :. - ? ''f . ~ • ■ A Patent Meat>T«yi^iiV.■.■'-'••■'''■'''- ,:i Mr Colvinj of Dunedin.'-exnibited tli8 : morning to members of ParlitmieniVpiodeis ofi trucka' which will *onYey- sHee'p;direct from and can be lifted by a derriok andlpweren into the hold bottom,'opening[•'•by'.means if a hinge, and discharging athe sheep. claimed that this patent- dispenses' with several- processes which damage ''carcasses," and 18 a great saving-of time.. \lb «ah be also used for coal. Mr r :Golvin':wante- the Government to adopt the'invention.. -•;.- | TheDanedlnSavingsßank. ' ." J It is understood that the CounCirs Committee will report in favor/if theJffon.Wi H. Reynolds's BUI re the surplus of the Dunedin Savings Bank passing in'the.condi-' tion in which it was introduced.' '.' ;■ TUe Government's IntenUons. The feeling is growing that the Premier will attempt no legislation to give effect to the policy outlined in the Speech beyond passing the Municipal Franchise Extension Bill, so that he may bring the session to a close early in December.. . ; - The Dispute About; Pairs ' ' *".'.■ On Friday night will b9i reopened in the House to-morrow, when Mr Fraier threatens to-raise a question.of'breach*- of privilege gardingthe accusation made against him of breaking a pair with Mr MiKehzie. Mr Lethbridge" is also wroth at/being charged with repudiating his pair'with Mr O'RegahThe * Times' this morning, it is said under threat of legal proceedings by. Mr Fraser, apologises for representing'in its issue of Fiiday that Messfa Fraser. and Lethbridge broke their pairs and omitting their denial in the House.' -'- - . ■. Horo whenna; Again.-. -. " The Horowhenua Bill, r which.is expected to give rise to a warm debate, is still under the consideration of the Cabinet;.-;!_ The Chief Justice is reported, much incensed at the Minister of .Lands' declaration that he would, appeal to the .people in defiance of the Supreme jDourt... : /

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POLITICAL GOSSIP., Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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POLITICAL GOSSIP. Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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