§ SIR JOSEPH M'KENNA (for Mr. MELDON)
asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland, When he proposes to introduce 1357 the Bill relating to the Salaries and Pensions for Irish National School Teachers; and, whether, having regard to the delay which has occurred, and the anxiety felt by the teachers, he will state what course the Government are prepared to adopt?
§ MR. J. LOWTHER
Mr. Speaker, if the hon. Gentleman will take a glance at the Order Book, he will, I think, be disposed to concur with me in the opinion that in its present condition it does not hold out much encouragement to the Government to introduce more Bills. I hope, however, that the progress of Public Business will be such that it may be in my power to bring in a Bill upon this subject before very long.