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KSPEEIAL PARLIAMENT. Th TT ??■ alter theIWhifl0RI,s 'assembled on Friday evening, June S}?, Alness ,w 1U1? reoess. but sat only for a short time, •Jul and the j n8 the passing of the West India Loans ^omaom) Blu fading ol the Costs Taxation (House of COMMONS, Colonel Stanley, In answer to a lSr further Arbuthnot, said that the Law Officers, fP™ved at tho ^? 011 with the Lord Chancellor, had ~J0> the Flrst-n^ .on t^lat> under the Enlistment Act of ojunteer to rt.Ui 81^Jmy Reserve men may be permitted to v*7**ge of thU i. ? colours. It was proposed to take ad- &• m««I r^>reta,)lon °f the law to a limited extent, nr»5 IPe" w°uld be taken as would brlDg the T^ncemnn? numbers voted by Parliament at the .On goino i t e Se88ion- «?)kegreatn( ° ^uPPly> Baillle Cochrane called attention rjfl Dioved f0» „ Sd?e ^be local taxatioD of the metropolis, ai,rt ?v, i Committee to Inquire into the powers 5?!?1- In aT1;lr.a<3ministration of the funds at their dis- jecting juri.Hi^i, uaiD8 description of the confused and con- rfe^°poUs }\™* under which the local affairs of the J? *he waste nf vin ered, he directed particular attention "treets tn onJey in Paving, watering, and scavenging ^•DfflcienpJ ??i!e'ec"Te 8as and water supply, and to towards in? market accommodation, and, as a first GovernlXl s Improvement, he suggested the appointment of Mr. x jr a'a to audit the accounts of the Vestries. Pffctni irathnJuy advocated the establishment of a great ?°n- The finni. i ? the extension of the London Corpora- vested in thl £ J Flre Brigade, lie thought, ought to ■ W £ £ 6 hands °t Police. §2 tllB »PDoiV™Pp?rted Mr- Baillle Cochrane's suggestion p'ater. Booth Government auditors, to which Mr. °' Parliam? 1 this could not be done without an the Meh-fw^w Vestries, he pointed out, acted JPP^veraent Management Act, which was a great Present st*t» «Pfecediiig state of things; and although C lnf?3 was susceptible of many practlc- Municinniu 'be was averse from the establishment of a sjf 6lldtbeGovernme^t*0111^ lndePen<len^ oI rarUa" the Vestries, and Insisted that ^b-rate than « ^ted and was remarkable for a lower > Alter so an* °^er great town. iv- ^l&ytalr 6m»rntle^ dl*cu«sion, In which Mr. C. Denison, SjCtow took r^t ^pbell> Mr" Yorke, Sir C. Dilke, and vj*l°n. Part, the motion was negatived without a JPPUcatlo^Jlitv?' bought under notice the necessity of the au Paaaen n Within a reasonable time of continuous brakes to S^^toed^th^fi. 10 defending the railway companies as to th« Wa# no' at present sufficient agree- exnemrn?,. r?.of brake to justify them in incurring by th« TS6' w. 'c^ nilght be rendered useless at any hew M 01 Trade directing the adoption of Mr "movement. fe'^ado, J2^utatned that the time had come for (he J*?**01* which it C0mPu*8*on> necessary of an In- treated m&n« « *>een conclusively shown would have Ho obtta^iA aoc*dent», and Insisted that expense ought Xcjln JfJpW unwiJJn'' the other hand, held that It would be to any department of the Government JjJJfact aim*?? J.. adoption of any brake until a more think th«i been discovered. On the whole, he rallw&y company muck cotnPlaln of In the action "^PPorted^e Iff0*6,ln same tone, and Mr. Leeman .Alter iew* oI Mr. Baxter. ^^VenoV/^ from Mr. Macdonal* and Lord B. r*UwirM^0?_^ePr8Cated legislative lnterferense with JJ* Tear com^u placed great confidence ln the Act of £ »??**• of what tK8 the companies to furnish half-yearly w, were doing ln reference to continuous °t this ««..». Uned to take any step till he saw the Mj, j). •oe&sure. rallwav^M^ng.exPreilsed a11 opinion that nin«-tenths hith J mlght be prevented by legislation, atfd was the main o»use of them the subject • SOQIQ adSnn^f ?^er business having been disposed of, Urned at a quarter to two o'clock.

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