The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
Notices of Motion
Notices of Motion.
The following notices of motion were given:—
By Mr. Griffith—" To adjourn the notice of motion standing in his name from to-day until to-morrow, it having been placed on the notice-paper in error."
By Mr. Berry—" For leave to introduce a bill to make provision for the enforcement, within the Federation, of judgments of courts of law of any colony in the Federation."—(Friday.)
Mr. Griffith—" That an address be presented to the Governor of Tasmania praying that His Excellency will be pleased to cause to be laid before the Council such information as he may consider expedient with regard to the action that has been taken by Her Majesty's Imperial Government as to the proposed deportation of relapsed criminals to the French possessions in the Pacific." (Friday.)