THE EDUCATION" BILL. [Pkr Unitkd Press Association.] WELLINGTON, October 26. The Legislative Council mot at 10.30 ii.ni.. 'J'he War Risks Regulation, Bailway Improvement Authorisation, Trading with the Enemy, ami the Roman Cathonc Bishop of Auckland Bills were received from th« House and mail a, first time. The "Local Bills passed in the House of Representatives on .Saturday morning were read a. first time and referred to the Local Bills Committee. The Council then went into committee on the Education Bill.—The Hon. John Barr moved an amendment to clause 60, which provides for certificates of exemption from attendance. He objected to the holding of a certificate of proficiency giving exemption from attendance, unless thp child was 14 years of age. The Council divided on the amendment, which was defeated by 16 to 3. With the exception of the. schedules and two clauses, which were, postponed, the Bill passed through Committee with purely machinery amendments. Consideration will lie continued this evening at, 8 o'clock. The Council rose at 11.45 a.m.
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TO-DAY'S PARLIAMENT, Evening Star, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914
TO-DAY'S PARLIAMENT Evening Star, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914
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