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TO-DATS PARLIAMENT. (From Out Own Reporter.) I In the House to-day Sir Joseph Waxd said ho had complaints [(tout (he Taieri protecting against the pasage of the Taieti Lapd Drainage Bill , without those interested being given an opportunity'to vote on the I subject of a loan. The Prime Minister said that evidently they did hot understand that the Commissioner has a right to raise £1,500 without consulting tho ratepayers of the district. However, they had asked nun to withhold the Bill, and ho was prepared to do it, but if tire Bill was not 'passed there was no chance of raising the money, and the district would yfmain in ite present undesirable condition. The Prime Minister’ stated that he would inquire. aa to whether the Mto o| liquor to the (coops at Apia had been authorised by the omosr A. L. Herdman denied the suggestion that it wis intend** W reduce the salaries of public servants by 10 per cent.
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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Evening Star, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914
STOP PRESS ITEMS. Evening Star, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914
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