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THE TWO CLASSES OF PRIVATE BILLS.
The Two Classes of Private Bills.
1. For the purposes of the Standing Orders of this House, all Private Private Bills Bills to which the Standing Orders are applicable shall be divided into the divided into Two Two following Classes, according to the subjects to which they respectively
Burial Ground, Making, Maintaining or Altering.
Charters and Corporations, enlarging or altering Powers of.
Church or Chapel, Building, Enlarging, Repairing or Maintaining.
City or Town, Paving, Lighting, Watching, Cleansing or Improving.
County or Shire Hall, Court House.
Crown, Church, or Corporation Property, or Property held in Trust for Public
or Charitable Purposes.
Ferry, where no work is to be executed.
Fishery, Making, Maintaining or Improving.
Gaol or House of Correction.
Improvement Charge, unless proposed in connection with a Second Class Work
Land, Inclosing, Draining or Improving.
Local Court, Constituting.
Market or Market-place, Erecting, Improving, Repairing, Maintaining or Regu-
Poor, Maintaining or Employing.
Powers to sue and be sued, Conferring.
Stipendiary Magistrate, or any Public Officer, Payment of
Continuing or amending an Act passed for any of the purposes included in