| 1900
...Commonwealth, and the number of such members shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of the **senators. The number of members chosen in the several...dividing the number of the people of the Commonwealth, as** shown by the latest statistics of the Commonwealth, by twice the number of the senators. II. The number... | |
| Sir John Quick, Australia, Sir Robert Garran - 1901 - 1008 strani
...the number of such members shall be, as House of Repn nearly as practicable, twice the number of the **senators. The number of members chosen in the several...dividing the number of the people of the Commonwealth, as** shown by the latest statistics of the Commonwealth, by twice the number of the senators : (ii.) The... | |
| Western Australia - 1901
...number of such members shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the Representatives, number of the **senators. The number of members chosen in the several...dividing the number of the people of the Commonwealth, as** shown by the latest statistics of the Commonwealth, by twice the number of the senators. B 11. The... | |
| Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1901
...South Australia, seven ; Tasmania and AA'est•ern Australia each five. The number of Representatives **chosen in the several States shall be in proportion to the respective numbers of their people,** but aboriginal natives, and persons of any race disqualified by any State law from voting, shall not... | |
| Literary and Philosophical Society of Liverpool - 1901
...nine; South Australia, seven; Tasmania and Western Australia each five. The number of Eepresentatives **chosen in the several States shall be in proportion to the respective numbers of their people,** but aboriginal natives, and persons of any race disqualified by any State law from voting, shall not... | |
| New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics - 1902
...Commonwealth, and the number of such inemljers shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of the **senators. The number of members chosen in the several...dividing the number of the people of the Commonwealth as** shown by the latest statistics of the Commonwealth, by twice the number of the senators. II. The numlxM... | |
| New South Wales. Bureau of Statistics and Economics - 1902
...Commonwealth, and the number of such members shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of the **senators. The number of members chosen in the several...dividing the number of the people of the Commonwealth as** shown by the latest statistics of the Commonwealth, by twice the number of the senators. H. The number... | |
| Sir William Harrison Moore - 1902 - 782 strani
...chosen in the several State» shall be in proportion to the respective numbers of their people (102), **and shall, until the Parliament otherwise provides,...determined, whenever necessary, in the following manner** :— ii. The number of members to be chosen in each State shall be determined by dividing the number... | |
| Australia - 1903
...Commonwealth, and the number of such members shall DC, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of the **senators. The number of members chosen in the several...dividing the number of the people of the Commonwealth, as** shown by the latest statistics of the (.'ommonwealth, by twice the number of the senators : (ii.) The... | |
| Georg Friedrich Martens - 1903
...and the number of such members shall be, as nearly as practicable, twice the number of the senators. **otherwise provides, be determined, whenever necessary,...dividing the number of the people of the Commonwealth, as** shown by the latest statist! * of the Commonwealth, by twice the number of the senators, ii) The number... | |
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