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  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [start page 905] THURSDAY, 9 APRIL, 1891. Addresses-Commonwealth of Australia Bill (Adoption of Committee's Report)-Adoption of the Constitution-Establishment of the Constitution-Report of the-Proceedings and Debates-Votes of Thanks-Officers of
    Date: 09/04/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1034 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 859] WEDNESDAY, 8 APRIL, 1891. Commonwealth of Australia Bill-Hour of Meeting-A Plebiscite. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA BILL. In Committee
    Date: 08/04/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1033 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 788] TUESDAY, 7 APRIL, 1891. Chairman of Committees-Personal Explanation-Commonwealth of Australia Bill. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. The PRESIDENT: It
    Date: 07/04/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1032 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 722] MONDAY, 6 APRIL, 1891. Address-Commonwealth of Australia Bill-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. ADDRESS. The PRESIDENT: I have received a letter from
    Date: 06/04/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1031 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 654] FRIDAY, 8 APRIL, 1891. Commonwealth of Australia Bill-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA BILL. In Committee (consideration resumed from
    Date: 03/04/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1030 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 590] THURSDAY, 2 APRIL, 1891. Commonwealth of Australia Bill-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA BILL. In Committee (consideration resumed from
    Date: 02/04/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1029 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 534] WEDNESDAY, 1 APRIL, 1891. Commonwealth of Australia Bill-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA BILL. Debate resumed (from 31st March)
    Date: 01/04/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1028 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 519] TUESDAY 31 MARCH 1891. Address-Death of a Delegate-Report: Constitutional Committee-Commonwealth of Australia Bill-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 3.30 p.m. ADDRESS. The following address
    Date: 31/03/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1027 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 510] TUESDAY, 24 MARCH, 1891. Judiciary-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. JUDICIARY The PRESIDENT: I have received a rather lengthy letter from Mr.
    Date: 24/03/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1026 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [start page 464] WEDNESDAY, 18 MARCH, 1891. Federal Constitution-Appointment of Committees-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. FEDERAL CONSTITUTION. In Committee (consideration resumed from 17th March,
    Date: 18/03/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1025 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 409] TUESDAY, 17 MARCH, 1891. Address-Federal Constitution. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. ADDRESS. The Secretary read the following telegram:- To Sir Samuel Griffith,
    Date: 17/03/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1024 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue Page 350] MONDAY, 16 MARCH, 1891. Address-Reports on Colonial Defence-Federal Constitution. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. ADDRESS. The following address was read by the
    Date: 16/03/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1023 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 312] FRIDAY, 18 MARCH, 1891. Chairman of Committees-Address-Federal Constitution (eighth day's debate). The VICE-PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. [start page 313] CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES.
    Date: 13/03/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1022 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 264] THURSDAY, 12 MARCH, 1891. Address-Federal Constitution (seventh day's debate). The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 a.m. ADDRESS. The PRESIDENT: I have received a telegram
    Date: 12/03/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1021 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • The text of this document has been electronically scanned from an original print copy. Freedom from errors or omissions cannot be guaranteed. [Continue page 223] WEDNESDAY, 11 MARCH, 1891. Federal Constitution (sixth day's debate)-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 11 am. FEDERAL CONSTITUTION. SIXTH DAY'S DEBATE. Debate resumed on
    Date: 11/03/1891 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1891-1020 - Source: Parliamentary Library

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