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Treasury if he would put down the LOCAL GOVERNMENT (DETERMINAColonial Office Vote for Thursday week.

TION OF DIFFERENCES) BILL. THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREA- Second Reading deferred till ThursSURY hoped to put the Colonial Office day 9th April. Vote on some day when there would be a larger attendance than there was likely to be on the first day of the re-assem - LOCAL GOVERNMENT (ALDERSHOT bling of Parliament after the holidays.

AND FARNBOROUGH) BILL. DR. TANNER : Are you afraid of Second Reading deferred till Monday America ?

13th April MR. HERBERT ROBERTS said, it seemed from the admission of the right hon. Gentleman himself, that he found some PUBLIC OFFICES (SITE) BILL difficulty in making up his mind as to

Second Reading deferred till Thurswhether there had been intimidation in day 9th April. one case, and gave instructions that a special Inquiry should be made into it. He thought, under these circumstances, BOYNE NAVIGATION TRANSFER BILL. it must be plain to the House from the

Second Reading deferred till ThursDebate upon this question, that the Wit

day 9th April. nesses Protection Act required alteration and strengthening. As a protest, and to bring out the depth of the senti

EDINBURGH GENERAL REGISTER ment of Wales on this question, he

HOUSE BILL. begged to move to reduce the Home

Second Reading deferred till ThursSecretary's salary by £100.

day 9th April. * MR. SPEAKER: The hon. Gentleman cannot move an Amendment. I have put the question that the House EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL CASES BILL agree with the Committee, and after I

Second Reading deferred till Monhave put that question no Amendment

day 13th April. can be moved.

*MR. SPEAKER again put the question, “That the House do agree with

CONCILIATION (TRADE DISPUTES) the Committee in the said Resolution,”

BILL. and declared the Ayes had it. DR. TANNER : On a point of order

Second Reading deferred till Thurs-[Cries of Order !”]-I would ask day 9th April. you, Sir, whether, when any Member rising in his place asks for a reduction

MILITARY LANDS ACT (1892) of the salary of any

AMENDMENT BILL. *MR. SPEAKER : Order, order! I

Second Reading deferred till Thurshave already ruled upon that, and since

day 9th April. then the question has been put.

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COMMISSION.

The following Bills received the Royal
HOUSE OF LORDS. Assent:
Tuesday, 31st March 1896.

Electric Lighting Provisional Orders
(Notting Hill, etc.).
Elementary

Education Provisional

Order Confirmation (Tottenham).
LORD KINGSALE (CLAIM TO VOTE FOR Naval Works.
REPRESENTATIVE PEERS FOR
IRELAND).

Poor Law Guardians (Ireland)
Ordered and directed, That a Certifi- (Women).
cate be sent by the Clerk of the Parlia- The Royal Commissioners were, the
ments to the Clerk of the Crown in LORD CHANCELLOR (Lord Halsbury), the
Ireland, stating that the Lord Chancellor Earl of HOPETOUN (Paymaster General),
of the United Kingdom has reported to and Lord James of HEREFORD (Chan-
the House of Lords that the right of the cellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.)
Lord Kingsale to vote at the elections of
Representative Peers for Ireland has
been established to the satisfaction of
him the said Lord Chancellor; and that BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE.
the House of Lords has ordered that such

Ordered that the evening sitting of
Report to be sent to the said Clerk of the House on Tuesday the 21st of April
the Crown in Ireland ; and it is hereby next, do commence at a quarter past
also Ordered, that the said Report of the Four o'clock.
said Lord Chancellor be sent to the
Clerk of the Crown in Ireland.

House adjourned at Twenty-five minutes past
Twelve o'clock, to Tuesday the 21st

of April next, a quarter

past Four o'clock. COMPANIES BILL (H.L.]. Committee of the Whole House (which stands appointed for the first sitting day after the Easter Recess) put off to Monday the 27th of April next.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

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An Asterisk (*) at the commencement of a speech inimicales revisioni oy ine verwer.

Tuesday, 31st March 1896.

**

NAVAL WORKS BILL.
Brought from the Commons, and
read 1a.

The House met at Twelve of the clock.

COMMISSION.
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE.

Message to attend the Lords Com-
Standing Orders Nos. XXXIX. and missioners.
XLV. considered (according to Order),

The House went; and, being returned, and suspended for this day's sitting.

MR. SPEAKER reported the Royal Assent to :

Education Department Provisional
NAVAL WORKS BILL.

Order Confirmation (Tottenham) Act,
Standing Orders Nos. XXXIX. and 1896.
XLV. having been suspended, Bill read

Electric Lighting Orders Confirmation
2; Committee negatived; Bill read 34, (Notting Hill, &c.) Act, 1896.
and passed.

Naval Works Act, 1896.
House adjourned during pleasure.

Poor Law Guardians (Ireland)
House resumed at Twelve o'clock. (Women) Act, 1896.
VOL. XXXIX. (FOURTH SERIES.]

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DISTRICT COUNCILS (WATER SUPPLY LAW AGENTS (SCOTLAND) BILL. FACILITIES) BILL.

Second Reading deferred till ThursSecond Reading deferred till Thurs- day 9th April. day 16th April.

PLUMBERS' REGISTRATION BILL.

PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Adjourned Debate on Second Reading

(CONTRIBUTIONS IN AID).
[13th March] further adjourned till
Friday 10th April.

Return ordered
“Of the Contributions made during the year

ended August 1895 by Departments of State, SOLICITORS' MAGISTRACY BILL.

other than the Education Department and the

Science and Art Department, to the Funds of Second Reading deferred till Wednes- Public Elementary Schools, stating (a) the name day 15th April.

and denomination of the schools with the school districts and counties in which they are situated; (b) the name of the contributory depart

ment; (c) the grounds on which the payments TROUT FISHING CLOSE TIME are made ; and (d) whether payments are made (SCOTLAND) BILL.

annually, and, if so, since what date payments

have been made.”—Mr. Henry J. Il ilson.) Committee deferred till Thursday 23rd April.

FRESHWATER FISHERIES BILL.

Second Reading deferred till Monday 27th April.

NEW WRIT.
For the Borough of Dublin (College
Green Division), v. Dr. Joseph Edward
Kenny (Manor of Northstead).

ESTATES TAIL ABOLITION BILL.

Second Reading deferred till This Day.

BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE.

MR. W. ALLEN asked the Financial GROUND GAME ACT (1880) AMEND- Secretary to the Treasury what would MENT BILL.

be the Votes that would be put down on Second Reading deferred till Wednes- the day the House re-assembled ? day 15th April.

MR. HANBURY : The Post Office and Inland Revenue Votes and Class 1

with the exception of the Irish Votes. AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE (MARKS)

MR. HERBERT LEWIS asked whe-
BILL.

ther
any

Government Bill would be Adjourned Debate on Motion for taken on the Thursday or Friday? Committal to Select Committee [18th

MR. HANBURY was understood to March] further adjourned till Monday say not. 13th April

DR. TANNER asked the right hon. Gentleman if there was any authority for the alarming reports that came to

them from France this evening, in conCOLONIAL MARRIAGES BILL.

nection with the resignation of a very Second Reading deferred till Friday prominent member of the French Min24th April

istry and that war threatened against England ?

[No answer was given.] PLACES OF WORSHIP (LEASEHOLD

ENFRANCHISEMENT) BILL. Second Reading deferred till Tues

Adjourned at ten minutes before day 28th April.

Five o'clock in the morning.

was

Speech inrlicates revision by the 1. mber.

COMMISSION.

The following Bills received the Royal HOUSE OF LORD S. Assent:

Electric Lighting Provisional Orders
Tuesday, 31st March 1896.

(Notting Hill, etc.).
Elementary

Education Provisional

Order Confirmation (Tottenham).
LORD KINGSALE (CLAIM TO VOTE FOR Naval Works.
REPRESENTATIVE PEERS FOR
IRELAND).

Poor Law Guardians (Ireland)
Ordered and directed, That a Certifi-

(Women). cate be sent by the Clerk of the Parlia- The Royal Commissioners were, the ments to the Clerk of the Crown in LORD CHANCELLOR (Lord Halsbury), the Ireland, stating that the Lord Chancellor Earl of HOPETOUN (Paymaster General), of the United Kingdom has reported to and Lord James of HEREFORD (Chanthe House of Lords that the right of the cellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.) Lord Kingsale to vote at the elections of Representative Peers for Ireland has been established to the satisfaction of him the said Lord Chancellor; and that BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE, the House of Lords has ordered that such

Ordered that the evening sitting of Report to be sent to the said Clerk of the House on Tuesday the 21st of April the Crown in Ireland ; and it is hereby next, do commence at a quarter past also Ordered, that the said Report of the

Four o'clock.
said Lord Chancellor be sent to the
Clerk of the Crown in Ireland.

House adjourned at Twenty-five minutes past
Twelve o'clock, to Tuesday the 21st

of April next, a quarter

past Four o'clock. COMPANIES BILL (H.L.]. Committee of the Whole House (which stands appointed for the first sitting day after the Easter Recess) put off to Monday the 27th of April next.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Tuesday, 31st March 1896.

An Asterisk (*) at the commencement of a

NAVAL WORKS BILL.
Brought from the Commons, and
read 1a.

The House met at Twelve of the clock.

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COMMISSION.
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE.

Message to attend the Lords Com-
Standing Orders Nos. XXXIX. and missioners.
XLV. considered (according to Order),
and suspended for this day's sitting.

The House went; and, being returned,

MR. SPEAKER reported the Royal Assent to :

Education Department Provisional
NAVAL WORKS BILL.

Order Confirmation (Tottenham) Act,
Standing Orders Nos. XXXIX. and 1896.
XLV. having been suspended, Bill read

Electric Lighting Orders Confirmation
2a ; Committee negatived ; Bill read 38, (Notting Hill, &c.) Act, 1896.
and passed.

Naval Works Act, 1896.
House adjourned during pleasure.

Poor Law Guardians (Ireland)
House resumed at Twelve o'clock. (Women) Act, 1896.
VOL. XXXIX. (FOURTH SERIES.] 2 A

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