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Cattle Trespass—Fencing—Impounding

The ‘Act to consolidate and amend the Laws relating to Trespass by Live Stock and to promote the Construction of Fences’ (36 Wic., No. 9).

The ‘Act to amend the Trespass Act, 1872? (39 Vic., No. 19).

The ‘Act to amend the Trespass Act, 1872? (42 Vic., No. 11), and so much of the ‘Ordinance for adopting certain Acts of Parliament’ (12 Vic.., No. 21) as adopts the ‘Act to amend the laws relating to Pound breach and rescue in certain cases (6 and 7 Vic.., c. 30).

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NoTE.—As to Great Cattle trespassing, not branded with a Registered Brand, Bee sec. 6.

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Jury Act, 1871—Amendment

or criminal matter within the jurisdiction of such court, before a commissioner or commissioners of the said court at places other than Perth: 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. Whenever the Governor shall appoint any commissioner or commissioners under the provisions of the twelfth section of ‘The Supreme Court Act, 1880,' for any of the purposes declared in such section, it shall be lawful for two Justices of the Peace of the district

within which such commissioner or commissioners are directed to exercise the jurisdiction vested in them by such commission, when

ever required by such commissioner or commissioners, by virtue of a precept under the hands of such Justices directed to the sheriff, bailiff, or other officer of the magistrate's court of such district, to Summon such number of jurors as may be necessary for the trial of such issues or causes as may be depending before or directed to be tried by such commission. Provided always, that the number of jurors so summoned shall in no case exceed the number of forty.

2. In the eighth line of the twenty-eighth section of the hereinbefore recited Act, the word “attorney’ shall be, and is repealed, and the word “attorneys’ read instead thereof; and in the twelfth line of the same section, the word “twenty' shall be, and is hereby repealed, and the word ‘ten shall be read instead thereof.

3. In the thirty-first (31st) section of the said Act, and in the third line thereof, there shall be inserted and read, after the word “guinea,’ the words ‘per diem.’

4. This Act may be cited as ‘The Jury Amendment Act, 1882,’ and shall be read and construed as one with ‘The Jury Act, 1871.’

WILLIAM C. F. ROBINSON,
GoverNOR.

W E S T E R N A U S T R A L I A
ANNO QUADRAGESIMO SEXTO

WICTORIAE REGINAE

No. 16

An Act to authorise the Further Extension of the
Eastern Railway. [Assented to 21st September, 1882.

HEREAS it is expedient to authorise the extension and maintenance of the Eastern Railway from Chidlow's Well to York: 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:—

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Eastern Railway Eatension—Third Section

Short title 1. This Act may be cited as ‘The Eastern Railway (Further) Amendment Act, 1882.”

POWer to con- 2. It shall be lawful to extend and maintain the Railway from

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;:... Chidlow's Well to York, with all necessary, proper, and usual works well to York and conveniences in connection therewith, in the line and upon the lands described in the Schedule to this Act.

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