The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
Australasian Court of Appeal
Australasian Court of Appeal.
On the following notice being called:—
Mr. Dodds to move,—That in the opinion of this Council, it is desirable that an Australasian Court of Appeal be established, and that it be an instruction to the Standing Committee during the recess to page 115 ascertain by what means the establishment of such a Court can be best promoted.
Mr. Dodds said: I think it would be most convenient, Mr. President, if I did not move to-day the motion standing in my name. I shall therefore move that it stand adjourned until to-morrow, or rather give notice of it for to morrow, which will be the proper mode of procedure.