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consent of the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly
of Western Australia, in this present Parliament assembled, and
by the authority of the same, as follows:

of £

1. THERE shall and may be issued and applied, for or towards Issues and application making good the supply granted to Her Majesty for the Service of

the year from 1st July, 1900, to 30th June, 1901, the sum of Four
Hundred Thousand Pounds out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund,
and One Hundred Thousand Pounds from moneys to credit of the
General Loan Fund; and the Treasurer of Western Australia is
hereby authorised and empowered to issue and apply the moneys
authorised to be issued and applied.

Sum available for purposes voted by the Legislative Assembly.

2. THE said sums shall be available to satisfy the Warrants under the hand of the Governor, under the provisions of the law now in force in respect of any Services voted by the Legislative Assembly during the financial year ending 30th June, 1901.

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In the name and on behalf of the Queen I hereby assent
to this Act.

ALEX. C. ONSLOW, Administrator.

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AN ACT to correct certain errors in the
Constitution Acts Amendment Act, 1899.

[Assented to, 25th September, 1900.)

the alteration of the boundaries of the South-West Mining Electoral District were omitted to be made in the Second Schedule to the Constitution Acts Amendment Act, 1899, while passing through the Parliament, and errors were made in the description of the boundaries of the Menzies and Roebourne Electoral Districts in the said Schedule, and it is expedient to correct such errors: Be it therefore enacted by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly of Western Australia, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:

1. THE Second Schedule to the Constitution Acts Amendment Act, 1899, is amended by striking out the descriptions therein of the Schedule II. of 63

Amendment of boundaries of the Bunbury Electoral District, the Menzies Electoral Vict., 19. District, the Nelson Electoral District, the Roebourne Electoral

District

Constitution Acts Amendment Act, 1899—- Correcting boundaries in.
District, the Sussex Electoral District, and the Wellington Electoral
District, and by inserting in lieu thereof the boundaries of the said
Electoral Districts as described in the Schedule to this Act.

Amendments to be followed in future prints of the said Act.

2. ALL copies of the said Act printed by the Government Printer after the passing of this Act shall be printed as amended by this Act.

In the name and on behalf of the Queen I hereby assent to this Act.

ALEX. C. ONSLOW, Administrator.

SCHEDULE.

Constitution Acts Amendment Act, 1899— Correcting boundaries in.

SCHEDULE.

BUNBURY ELECTORAL DISTRICT. Bounded on the West by the Sea-coast. On the South by an East line from the Sea-coast to the centre of the Capel River, passing along the South boundary of Sussex Location 82; then by the said centre of river upwards to Wellington Location 171 inclusive; then due East from the South-West corner of Wellington Location 171 aforesaid to a point_due South from the South-East corner of Wellington Location 40. On the East by a North line to the Preston River; on the North by the said Preston River downwards to its entrance into Leschenault Inlet, and by said Inlet to the Sea. And on the inner part by and exclusive of that portion of Part 1 of the South-West Mining Electoral District within these boundaries.

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MENZIES ELECTORAL DISTRICT. Bounded by lines starting from Survey Mark 5, near Cane Grass Swamp, and extending 267° 20' about 20 miles 22 chains to a cairn marked NB 1 near Wangine Soak; thence West about 50 miles; thence West-North-West to a point situate North from a point 10 miles West of a cairn on Yorkrakine Granite Rock, and due East from Trigonometrical Station K 83; thence North to a point due West of a tree marked B 82, at Brickey's Soak; thence East to the East boundary of the Colony; thence South to a point due East from Survey Mark ; and then West to the starting point.

NELSON ELECTORAL DISTRICT. Bounded on the Northward by lines starting from a point West of the SouthWest corner of Reserve 6321, and in line between the South-West corner of Wellington Location 171 and the junction of Padbury's Brook with the Blackwood River, and extending East to said South-West corner of Reserve 6321 ; thence North to the Western boundary of the Boyanup-Bridgetown Railway Reserve ; thence North-Westerly along the Western boundary of said Railway Reserve to a point situate East from the South-West corner of Wellington Location 171 aforesaid ; thence, East to a point South from the South-East corner of Wellington Location 40; thence North, passing along the Eastern boundary of said Location 40 to the old road from Bunbury to Kojonup, known as the “Old Post Road," and thence by the said road Easterly to the junction of the Balgarup and Blackwood Rivers. On the Eastward by a line from the said junction South-South-Easterly to the junction of the Towerlup Creek and Frankland River, and thence by the said Frankland River downwards to the sea. On the Westward by a South-Easterly line from the West end of the North boundary to the aforesaid junction of Padbury's Brook with the Blackwood River, and onwards to the South-West corner of Nelson Location 31 at Manjimup; thence in a Southerly direction to a spot known as Bullamurrup; thence by the Bullamurrup Čreek downwards to its junction with the Warren River, and thence by a line South-South-Westerly to Point D'Entrecasteaux on the Sea-coast. On the Southward by the Sea-coast, including the islands adjacent. And on the inner part by and exclusive of Part 2 of the South-West Mining Electoral District.

ROEBOURNE

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Constitution Acts Amendment Act, 1899Correcting boundaries in.

ROEBOURNE ELECTORAL DISTRICT. Bounded on the North ward by the Sea-coast, including the islands adjacent. On the Southward by lines starting from the Sea-coast at a point situate NorthWest from the trigonometrical station on Peedamullah Hill, and extending SouthEast to said trigonometrical station, and thence East-South-Easterly through the trigonometrical stations on Mount Darnell and Mount Rica to Trigonometrical Station Y13; and on the Eastward by lines starting from Y13 and extending Northerly through the trigonometrical stations on Mount Pyrton, and Mount Kighthofen to that on Red Hill, and thence North to the Sea-coast.

SUSSEX ELECTORAL DISTRICT. Bounded on the Northward and Eastward by the shore of Geographe Bay; thence by lines extending East from the shore of the said Bay to the centre of the Capel River, passing along the South boundary of Sussex Location 82; thence along the centre of the river aforesaid upwards to the North-West corner of Wellington Location 171; thence South to its South-West corner; thence East to a point South from the North-West corner of Wellington Location 836; thence South to a point situate West from the South-West corner of Reserve 6321 ; thence East to a point in line between the South-West corner of said Location 171 and the junction of Padbury's Brook with the Blackwood River; thence South-Easterly to the said junction, and onwards to the South-West corner of Nelson Location 31 at Manjimup; thence in a Southerly direction to a spot known as Bullamurrup; thence by the Bullamurrup Creek downwards to its junction with the Warren River; and thence by a line SouthSouth-Westerly to Point D'Entrecasteaux on the Sea-coast; and on the Southward and Westward by the Sea-coast, including the islands adjacent.

WELLINGTON ELECTORAL DISTRICT. Bounded on the West by the Sea-coast. On the North by an East line from the said coast passing through the summit of Mount William to the Murray River, then by that river upwards to the junction of the Hotham and Williams Rivers. On the Eastward by a South-South-Easterly line from the junction of the Hotham and Williams Rivers aforesaid to the junction of the Blackwood and Balgarup Rivers. On the South by a West-North-Westerly line along the old road from Kojonup to Bunbury, known as the “ Old Post Road,” to a point on the said road due North from the North-East corner of Wellington Location 40; thence due South passing along the East boundary of Wellington Location 40 aforesaid to the Preston River; thence by the said Preston River downwards to a point situate North from the North-East corner of Reserve 645A ; thence North three miles; thence West to the Preston River aforesaid ; thence along the said River down ards to its entrance into Leschenault Inlet, and by the said Inlet to the sea. And on the inner part by and exclusive of Part 3 of the South-West Mining Electoral District.

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