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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50

Notices of Motion

Notices of Motion.

The following notices of motion were given:—

Mr. Dodds to move,—That, in accordance with Standing Order 213, a Standing Committee be appointed, to consist of the senior member, for the time being, of the colonies of Queensland, Tasmania, and Victoria; and that the hon. member for Queensland, Mr. Griffith, be appointed chairman of such committee. (Friday.)

Mr. Dodds to move,—That clause 10 of the Australasian Judgments Bill be struck out. (To-morrow.)

The President: To morrow! The bill stands for third reading to-day.

Mr. Dodds: Yes; but I am obliged to give notice of motion at this stage of the proceedings, because it cannot be given after the Council has proceeded to other business. Under Standing Order No. 196, when the order of the day for the third reading of the bill is called on, I shall move that that order be discharged from the paper for the purpose of re-considering clause 10 of the bill; and in order to enable me to do that, I must have given previous notice of motion.