[Per Uyrjrn Press Association.] WELLINGTON, October 24. The House met at 30 a.rn., when the Masseurs Registration Bill was introduced by Governor's Message and read a first time. Tit:' foHmv.in.g local Bills were read a second time :—Takapuna Borough Foreshore Vesting. Whangarei Borough Land Vesting. Xapler Harbor Board Empowering and Loan. Rircarton Bush, Eltham Drainage, Dunedin District Drainage and Sewerage Acts Amendment, Waitara HarIrr Empowering. Auckland City Empowering. Southland Drainage, Christchurch District Drainage Amendment. Auckland Harbor Board Vesting, Wairoa Harbor Board Endowment, Wellington City. Milk Supply Amendment, Christchurch Milk Supply, and Dunedin City I amis Vesting. AU tne Bills were subsequently put through committee, read a third time and passed. with the exceptionof the Wairoa Harbor Board Endowment Bill, on which no progress was reported. 'J Ji• - Awakino County Council Empowering a i.d Christchurch Tramways District Bills were withdrawn.. Mr Bradley moved the second reading of the Raman Catholic Bishop of Auckland Empowering Bill which was carried on the voices in committee. Two new clauses were added to the Bill, which was then rend a third lime and passed. After reference had been mad© to tiro death of the Hon. Charles Monk, of the Coldstream Guards, a brother of Lady Liverpool, killed whije serving in the war in France, the House adjourned till 7.30 p.m. oti Monday.
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LOCAL BILLS, Evening Star, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914
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