The Police Commission had a short sitting yesterday, for the purpose of dealing with the protest sent in by Mr Dixon, one of the members dissenting from the views of the majority. It was decided that the protest should be attached to the report. Some discussion took place with regard to the premature disclosure of the supposed views of the commission by the agency of one of the members, but no action was taken. The commissioners adjourned until Tuesday, when their report will be signed. The inquiry into the "Kelly pursuit" having now been terminated, the commission will next consider the general condition of the police force, comparing the Victorian system with the organisations existing in other parts of the British empire . This is a subject which will occupy their attention for some time.
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