§ In reply to Mr. PULESTON,
§ MR. W. H. SMITH
said, he was afraid there was no chance of bringing on the Navy Estimates again until after Whitsuntide.
§ In reply to Mr. A MILLS,
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
stated that, in consequence of the absence of his right hon. and gallant Friend the Secretary of State for War, from indisposition, they would not be able to take the Army Discipline Bill that night. After the Committee of Ways and Means, they would proceed with the Criminal Code Bill, or the Public Works Loans Bill.