THE EARL OF ONSLOW
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the Government of New Zealand had applied for any further instructions as to the action he should take on the advice of his Ministers to continue to add to the number of their supporters in the Upper House of that colony; and, if so, whether he would lay the Correspondence on the Table of the House in continuation of House of Lords Parliamentary Paper No. 76, of Session 1893–94?
§ THE MARQUESS OF RIPON
The answer I have to give the noble Earl is that no such application has been made by the Government of New Zealand to the Colonial Office.