CLOSING HOURS. [Per United Press Association.] WELLINGTON, November 4. Bath brandies of the Legislature met this forenoon, in anticipation of bringing the session to a cio.^e. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL, The Council met at 10 a.m.. and passed through all stages the various minor Bilk which had Iveu put through thenight, i'hn Council diVa.jrrced with t'ff amendments made by the House, in the War Contributions Bill, and rose at 10.10 a.m. until the ringing of the. bell HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The Houbo met at noon. In rcpiy i'» Mr Buxton, the Prime ?>lii>h'ter stated that ho was now in a. rosithm to say definitely that there -was a. s-hovt.ijc of wheat for requirements lill Febnnuy next. but importations were coining to hand that would balance the deficiency. Mr Ma.-Eey further stated that the Imperial Government had agreed to release fhe Muritai in time for this season's trade. The (Government were also neqotia-tinj; ;"•■'• the arrival of the Kara two. to at-si.-i. i-i
getting produce s,vi ay. Tho']Jon. Mr Fisher moved ihe «>:oud reading nf the Bill to enable jfie.-jJ.-.-r.s <it the Maori contingent t<. vote- at the flrmrral Election, which was carried. The 7lotLS» adjourned at 1 p.m.
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THE SESSION, Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
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