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lu the l-egi!ilativc Assembly to-day .i Hill to legnlifce the union of the Methodist churches was paw-cd through all its stigcu. ' The Public Works Loan Application Hill, providing for the expenditure of 4.'2M,530, was passed without amendment. The second rending of the Hill to -jbolitli free railway travelling for members of the Defence Force* w.-u pat*ed. Mr. Bent ex plained that until a Misteni of checks \vai- established no alteration would be made.
^oveniwr ii. The Legislative Council to-day |-as*cd the Minister* and Officers Salaries Retrench ment Bill, and several measure* providing for the postponement of repsymrnl of Trea Bury bonds during the current financial year, all oi which have already pasted the Assembly. A Bill to provide that future member* of the Police Force shall not be entitled to pension* and^the gratuity of the Police Superannuation Fund, but that they must WTf't Assurance* on their lives, \\nt alfco agreed to.