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Eastern Railway Eatension—Third Section

a straight line bearing 114° 31' for 8c. 521. ; thence by a straight line bearing 115° 48' for 7c. 571.; thence by a straight line bearing 128° 44' for 8c. 281. ; thence by a straight line bearing 132°57' for a distance of 8c. 421. ; thence by a straight line bearing 139° 33' for 31c. 171. ; thence by a straight line bearing 140° 06' for 12c. 871.; thence by a straight line bearing 147° 31' for 7c. 061. ; thence by a straight line bearing 158°53' for 78c. 65l. ; thence by a straight line bearing 14.1° 18' 30" for 70c.; thence by a straight line bearing 154° 18' for 8c.; thence by a straight line bearing 167° 18' for 8c.; thence by a straight line bearing 180° 18' for 39c. 341. ; thence by a straight line bearing 177° 50' for 17c. 941. ; thence by a straight line bearing 183° 40' across the North Road in the Town of York, through Suburban Allotments 145, 146, and 141, a distance of 29c. 531. ; thence by a straight line bearing 191° 57' 30" across Second Road, Suburban Allotment 140, Carter Road and into Government Reserve, a distance of 20c. 561.; thence by a straight line bearing 209°42' 30" for 8c. 30l. , thence by a straight line bearing 223° 02" for 19e. 971. ; thence by a straight line bearing 235° 48' for 6c. 941. ; thence by a straight line bearing 251° 51' 30" for 16c. 331. ; thence by a straight line bearing 259° 33' 30" for 16c. 791. ; thence by a straight line bearing 269° 05' 30" for 14c. 841. ; thence in a straight line out of Government Reserve across Carter Road, and into Suburban Allotment 115, bearing 265° 15' for a distance of 6c. 631. ; thence by a straight line into Suburban Allotment 114, bearing 261°02' for 4c. 721. ; thence by a straight line bearing 255°11' 30" for 4c. 461. ; thence by a straight line through Suburban Allotment 113, across Sixth Road, and into Suburban Allotment 112, bearing 239° 15' for a distance of 12c. 26l. ; thence by a straight line through Suburban Allotments 111, 110, across Carter Road and into Commonage Reserve, bearing 229°19' 30" for a distance of 26c. 711. ; thence by a straight line bearing 221° 42' for 16c. 641, ; thence by a straight line out of Commonage Reserve across Eighth Road through Suburban Allotment 95 into Bland Road, bearing 210° 38' for a distance of 15c. 911. ; thence by a straight line bearing 197° 27' through York Town Lots 456, 455, 452, 451, 465, 447, 448, 449, across Ninth Road into Town Lots 277, 279, 281, 283, 282, a distance of 39c., and through York Town Lot 284 or its vicinity southward, being a distance of 16m. 36c. 26l. or thereabouts.

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HEREAS it is expedient to amend ‘The Railways Act, 1878,' so far as it relates to the payment of the costs of arbitrations held under the provisions of the said Act, for the purpose of deciding the amount of compensation to be made in cases of compulsory purchase of lands: Be it enacted by His Excellency the Governor of Western Australia and its Dependencies, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:–

1. The twentieth section of ‘The Railways Act, 1878,” shall be, Repeal of 49 and the same is hereby repealed, and in lieu thereof there shall be Woo ol,

read the following section.

2. In every case where the arbitrators shall award the same or less sum than shall have been offered by the Commissioner, all the tion VOL. I. 3 M

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Cost of arbitraBill of costs may be taxed in usual way

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45th Wic,. No 7

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Class mark represented shall not be registered as an earmark for sheep

Any owner of sheep may use exempted mark for classifying purposes

Itailways Amendment Act, 1882

costs of such arbitration and incident thereto shall be borne by the claimant, but in any case where the amount so awarded shall be larger than the sum offered by the Commissioner, if the excess of the amount so awarded over the sum offered shall be equal to half, or shall be less than half of the difference between the amount offered and the amount claimed, then all such costs shall be borne by the parties in equal proportions; and in any case where the amount so awarded shall be larger than the sum offered by the Commissioner, if the excess of the amount so awarded over the sum offered shall be more than half of the difference between the amount offered and the amount claimed, then all such costs shall be borne by the Commissioner: Provided always, that if either party shall be dissatisfied with any bill of costs that shall be rendered by the other party, such bill of costs may be taxed by the Master or other proper officer of the Supreme Court in the usual way, and the amount allowed by such officer shall be the amount to be paid.

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HEREAS it is expedient to prohibit the registration, under V V ‘The Brands Act, 1881,' of the earmark commonly used for classifying sheep: Be it therefore enacted by His Excellency the Governor of Western Australia and its Dependencies, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:— 1. This Act may be cited for all purposes as ‘The Brands Act, 1881, Amendment Act, 1882.” 2. From and after the passing of this Act the Registrar shall not register as an earmark for sheep, nor as any portion of an earmark for sheep, the mark represented thus - being a clip out of any part of the ear or ears, not more than half an inch long, nor more than a quarter of an inch wide, and horse-shoe shaped at the end. 3. It shall be lawful for any owner of sheep to use the mark hereby exempted from registration, for classifying purposes, in addition to his registered earmark.

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Brands Act, 1881—Amendment

4. It shall be lawful for any owner of sheep making application i.

for an earmark for sheep to register a mark or marks in each ear as jeo,

such owner's earmark, and in such case, if he think fit, to register nosed - - to denote Sex

such mark or marks to be transposed according to the Sex of the

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HEREAS by “The Industrial Schools Act, 1874, it is amongst other things enacted that the Governor in Executive Council may, by writing under his hand, order and direct juvenile offenders in certain cases to be sent to any institution certified under the said Act which shall be willing to receive such offenders; and whereas it is expedient to appoint an institution for the reception of such offenders without obtaining the consent which is required by the said Act: Be it therefore enacted by His Excellency the Governor of Western Australia and its Dependencies, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:–

1. The Rottnest Reformatory shall be, and the same is hereby constituted an institution within the meaning of ‘The Industrial Schools Act, 1874,” for the reception of such juvenile offenders as the Governor in Council is authorised to order and direct to be detained, in accordance with the provisions of the ninth section of the said Act : and the person in charge of the Said Reformatory shall be ‘the Manager’ thereof, for all the purposes required by the said Act.

2. This Act shall be incorporated and read together with ‘The Industrial Schools Act, 1874.’

3. The short title of this Act shall be ‘The Industrial Schools

Act Amendment Act, 1882.”

WILLIAM C. F. ROBINSON,
GovePNOR,

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Preamble HEREAS it is expedient to raise on loan the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty-four Thousand Pounds, to be expended on the Public Works, and otherwise in the manner set out in the Schedule to this Act annexed, in the amounts mentioned respectively: Be it therefore enacted by His Excellency the Governor of Western Australia and its Dependencies, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council thereof, as follows:—

Short title 1. This Act may be cited for all purposes as ‘The Loan Act, 1882.”

Power to borrow 2. It shall be lawful for the Governor of Western Australia to o; raise, by the issue of debentures under this Act, any sum or sums not thousand pounds exceeding in the whole Two hundred and Fifty-four thousand pounds """ sterling, to be expended on the public works, and in the manner

enumerated in the Schedule to this Act.

Loan to be 3. The principal moneys and interest secured by the debentures

..o.e, issued under this Act are hereby charged upon and shall be payable out of the general revenues and assets of the Government of Western Australia, and shall constitute a charge thereon, to rank next after the charges imposed thereon by “The Public Works Loan Act, 1872,' and ‘The Public Works Loan Act, 1878, and ‘The Railway Supplementary Loan Act, 1875,’ and “The Loan Act, 1878,” and ‘The Loan Act, 1881.’

\o 4. Every debenture issued under this Act shall be for a sum not ...'...', less than One hundred pounds sterling, and shall bear interest at a

rate not exceeding five per cent. per annum.

Issue, &c., of 5. The debentures shall be issued in London, on behalf of the

debentures Government of Western Australia, by the Crown Agents for the Colonies (in this Act referred to as the Crown Agents), and shall be signed by them on that behalf. t

Registry of 6. Every debenture shall, before being issued, be registered in a debentures Register Book to be kept for that purpose at the Office in London of the Crown Agents.

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