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  2. PARLIAMENT.

    The Legislative Council met again yesterday at 4.30 p.m. ADDITIONAL SITTING DAY. On the motion of Dr. Garran it was decided ...

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  5. THE LOVE THAT WINS.

    Neither of them spoke. They walked on mechanically until they came to a stile leading from one piece of pasture to another. And here, as though the trifling obstacle had brought her. ...

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  6. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

    The Legislative Assembly met again yesterday at 4.30 p.m. FORMAL MOTIONS. The following motions were agreed to as formal ...

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  7. FEDERATION.

    The question of federation was further debated in the Legislative Council yesterday evening, on Mr. Barton's motion for the House to go into committee to consider the ...

    Article : 511 words
  8. SUNDAY CLOSING.

    The Sundny-closing question--or at any rate the unfair way in which it is being followed up--appears to be troubling the hon, member for Yass, Mr. Affieck, as well as other people. ...

    Article : 276 words
  9. COST OF THE FEDERAL ELECTION.

    Although the Government had already published some statistics relative to the recent Federal elections Mr. Schey demanded a complete revelation. In response Mr. Drunker said last ...

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  10. MILITARY FIELD TRAINING.

    The field training of the troops for 1896-7 gave the following results:--The leading companies of the P.P. force are:--2nd Infantry Regiment: 1st, "E" (Klama) Company, 100 per cent. Captain H. ...

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  11. ALLEGED DOCKING OF WAGES.

    In reply to a question Mr. Brunker said in the House last night that be had referred to the Railway Commissioners the statement that railway employees had been reduced in their wages ...

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  12. THE GOVERNMENT FINANCING.

    Mr. Lyne desired to know in the Assembly last night whether it was a fact that a number of payments had been made during the present financial year for engagements applicable to ...

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  13. THE RECENT TRAM COLLISION.

    The recent tram colision in Oxford-street formed the subject of a question in the House last night by Mr. M'Gowen, in reply to which Mr. Brunker said that the departmental inquiry had ...

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  14. TRADE WITH JAPAN.

    The appointment of M. Nakagawa as Japanese Consul at Sydney is an evidence that Japan is very much alive to the importance of pushing her interests abroad and developing her export ...

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