Parliamentary Debates (Google eBook)

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Page 252 - Upon any such petition for the dissolution of a marriage, it shall be the duty of the court to satisfy itself, so far as it reasonably can, not only as to the facts alleged, but also whether or no the petitioner has been in any manner accessory to or conniving at the adultery, or has condoned the same, and shall also inquire into any countercharge which may be made against the petitioner.
Page 268 - SEC. 3. If any person or persons shall violate the provisions of the first and second sections of this act, he or they shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof before any Court of competent jurisdiction, shall be fined in a sum not exceeding two hundred dollars, nor less than fifty dollars...
Page 282 - Court shall take an account of the amount of arrears of rent due or to become due before the application is finally determined, and may take evidence of all the circumstances which have led to such arrears, and shall decide whether, in view of such circumstances, the whole or what part of such arrears ought to be paid...
Page 297 - Legislature, abrogating the supreme law which requires us to " do unto others as we would they should do unto us...
Page 268 - ... justice of the peace of the township, with two or more sufficient sureties, in a sum to be fixed by three disinterested citizens, householders of the township, one to be selected by the obligor, one by the obligee, and one by a justice of the peace of the township, conditional that the obligor shall pay to the obligee any and all damages which said obligee may sustain in consequence of the destruction by the obligor, or those in his employ, of the growing crops, fruit trees, improvements, or...
Page 24 - Governor in reply to his speech : ' May it please Your Excellency, We the Members of the Senate of Ceylon thank Your Excellency for the Speech with which you have been pleased to open Parliament.
Page 405 - Ireland with intent to settle therein, shall enjoy all the rights and capacities which a natural-born subject of the United Kingdom can enjoy or transmit...
Page 268 - ... to be approved by a justice of the peace of the township, with two or more sufficient sureties, in a sum to be fixed by three disinterested citizens, householders of the township, one to be selected by the obligor, one by the obligee, and one by a justice of the peace of the township, conditional that the obligor shall pay to the obligee any and all damages which said obligee may sustain in consequence of the destruction by the obligor, or those in his employ, of the growing crops, fruit trees,...
Page 268 - ... fruit trees, houses, buildings, or other improvements, property of another, such person shall first give bond to the owner of the growing crop, building, fruit trees, or other improvement, to be approved by a justice of the peace of the township, with two or more sufficient sureties, in a sum to be...
Page 39 - any person of Chinese parents, and any Native of China or its dependencies, or of any island in the China Seas, born of Chinese parents; but does not include Chinese naturalized in New Zealand.

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