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DAYLIGHT SAVING BILL.

NO CHANCE THIS SESSION. £b; TELEGRAPH. press association.] Wellington, Wednesday. A large deputation was introduced today to the Prime Minister by Mr. T*. K. Sidey, M.P., and i?rged that the Daylight Saving Mean Time Bill be passed this session. Sir Jos sph Ward said ha was in accord with the Bill, but it had no chance of being put through this session. Other measures they would like ,to see passed would have to be dropped. - If the session could last another three weeks, their Bill and others might be gone on with, but an effort was being made to finish the session on Saturday. He suggested that Parliamentary candidates should explain the Daylight Saving Bill to their constituents. -■' - ! ''■'•'

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DAYLIGHT SAVING BILL., New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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DAYLIGHT SAVING BILL. New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911

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