Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

20 articles on this Page

IAL PARLIAMENT.

News
Cite
Share

IAL PARLIAMENT. fiords, June 13, the Juries (Ireland) Bill, (IreltinJ) bill, bnd. the Crown Lands Bill time and passed. athorities tiaiiii B'll and the Game Birds used through Committee, and, after ad- ler bills a stage, their lordships adjourned. Emmons sat at two o'clock. I notice of a resolution, to be moved on the t Mr. Forster's E mcaMon Bill, in favour of sion and School Boards and Mr. Torrens a resolution against the imposition of new ition en the local rates. 0 on the Eating (Liability and Value) Bill lause 2, which excepts Scotland and Ireland 3 agreed to. On Claute 3, which abolishes iptlons of mints, growing plantations, and a long discussion arose on an amendment enkinson with the object of making personal ite to Local Rates. The mode suggested by Sir he Imperial Exchequer should pay over to the roduct of all Licence Duties locally collected, burse itself by special Income Tax assess- ed other personal property. The proposi- ve much support, except as an abstract de- ar of the chargeability of personal property. favourable to the principle dissented from s mode of giving effect to It and an almost fence wa» expressed for Sir Massey Lopea^ iirect contribution from the Imperial Ex- "olonel Barftelot, Mr. Corrance.Mr. Hen'ey, d others spoke and in the end Sir. G. Jen- to the advice of Mr Disraeli, Mr. Dodson, .opes, withdrew his amendment. sitting was spent In discussing the mode of a, &c., and the point was not disposed of ittee adjourned. 19 Sitting, Mr. M'Arthur moved a Kesolu- I the Government to take steps for Protectorate or sovereignty of the Fiji adlng the House of Mr. Gladstone's the debate of last year that no Id be adopted, except by the undoubted ined desire of the people, Mr. M'Arthur merous quotations from the published persons well acquainted with the by reading a memorial from the and principal native chiefs, that there eling in favour of annexation to Great only means of securing the pros- aquility of the Islands. He dwelt on advantages to this country, and on of securing so convenient a Naval South Pacific, but he laid the greatest lolute impossibility of putting an end to the this part of the world, unless we took pos- talands Touching on the financial aspects he maintained that the annexation would Lg, but, on the contrary, would rather save Id Seconded the Resolution. ) replied that Sir Charles's estimate of the int was very different from that contained in Lr Navil Officers. Nothing was m 're popular Cr. Gladstone observed, than a proposal to en- tries, although nothing excited more odium atlon of a similar disposition on the part of After dilattng on the question of annexation, t the peculiar difficulties of this case, he ad- tm<t facie case hid been m-de out for taking ird, though he was not prepared to say what he history of New Zealand ought to inspire e Government was about to take steps to worthy inquiries into the condition of Fiji, 1 of the Government, the wishes of the popu- Ir points. Le motion was negatived by 86 to 50. nade another attempt to bring the Tichborne House and to elicit from the Home Secretary n as to the payment of the Defendant's ex- called to order by the Speaker. siness was disposed of, and the House ad- ilnutes past one o'clock.

[No title]

L TRAIN AMBULANCE.

.RGEST VINE IN THE WORLD.

THE STATIONERS' COMPANY. T

[No title]

CIVIL SERVICE EXPENDITURE.

THE OPENING OF MUSEUMS ON…

THE TRADES' GUILD OF LEARNING.

COMMITTEE ON COAL.

[No title]

A TRIUMPH IN THE CAUSE OF…

THE GERMANS KIB TRADE DISPUTES.

J THE IRON AND COAL TRADES.…

CUTTINGS FROM AMERICAN PAPERS.

[No title]

[No title]

----.-. LORD DERBY on the…

A BAD BITE-FOR THE ACTOR!

-.1-THE MARKETS.