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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. [Continue page 1218] WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1897. No Quorum-Adjournment. The ACTING-PRESIDENT (Sir Richard Baker) took the chair at 10.30 a.m. There being no quorum, the Acting-President ordered the
    Date: 05/05/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1065 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • No doubt we may have to undergo labors, if not at, long perhaps as anxious, or even more so, in the second Session of this Convention, but I think that you are to be congratulated upon the fact that under your presidency such remarkable work has
    Date: 23/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1064 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • Mr. HOLDER: I move: That leave of absence for the remainder of the session he granted to the Hon. J. N. Brunker, the Hon. J. H. Carruthers, the Hon. G. H. Reid, the Ron. W. J. Lyne,
    Date: 22/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1063 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • Clause 39.-Every House of Representatives shall continue for four years from the day appointed for the first meeting of the House, and no longer; but may be sooner dissolved by the Governor-General. The Parliament shall be called together not later
    Date: 21/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1062 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • be removed by the Governor-General with such advice, but only upon an Address from both Houses of the Parliament in the same Session praying for such removal: IV. Shall receive such remuneration as The Parliament may from time to time fix; but such remuneration shall not
    Date: 20/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1061 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • exclusive powers of The Parliament. Sub-section 1. Mr. HIGGINS: According to the first sub-clause: The Parliament shall, subject to the provisions of this Constitution, have exclusive powers to make laws for the peace, order, and good
    Date: 19/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1060 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • want to reward one of their supporters by giving him a lucrative post, the term should be twelve months, because, after the Session is over, or all the motions of want of confidence are dealt with, six months would not be long enough. The whole thing
    Date: 17/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1059 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • that direction, there ought to be as full a meeting on Monday as there has been during any other day of the session . We have had some experience of fits of virtue in advance when in other places. We have resolved to sit over the
    Date: 15/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1058 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • subsequently would have to be moulded in another way because owing to the conditions of the people it was unacceptable as we first passed it. Mr. DEAKIN: That would be a Constitution moulded by the Parliaments and the Press, and not by this Convention. Mr. BARTON:
    Date: 14/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1057 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • was making a proposal that would commend itself to the majority of the members of the Convention. I would ask, first , that this motion be amended: By inserting after the word "That" the words "until otherwise ordered," and leaving out the words "this
    Date: 13/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1056 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • be sitting perhaps in Melbourne or Sydney, or some other place. In his case, of course, it is the last Session of the present Parliament, and a general election will take place shortly afterwards, and therefore there is not much probability of any difficulty
    Date: 12/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1055 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • three parts, described as the Southern Division, the Central Division, and the Northern Division, respectively, with the several boundaries described in the first schedule to this memorial. (2) That in every one of the Government Financial Separation Bills introduced unsuccessfully into the Queensland Parliament from time
    Date: 09/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1054 - 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 408] THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1897. Petitions-Notice of Motion-Leave of Absence to a Member-Return, Queensland Railways-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 10.30 a.m. PETITIONS. Sir EDWARD
    Date: 08/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1053 - Source: Parliamentary Library

  • of the Bill. Mr. LYNE: Does that mean you want us to deal with that first ? Mr. PEACOCK: Of course. OVERCOMING THE BREAK OF GAUGE. Mr. GRANT rose to move: That inasmuch as there are now in Adelaide
    Date: 07/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1052 - 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 405] TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1897. Petitions-Notice of Motion-Adjournment. The PRESIDENT took the chair at 10.30 a m. PETITIONS. Mr. SOLOMON: I have a petition to present
    Date: 06/04/1897 - Collection: Constitution - ID: constitution/conventions/1897-1051 - Source: Parliamentary Library

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