HC Deb 01 September 1887 vol 320 c749
MR. T. M. HEALY (Longford, N.)

submitted with regard to the Bills on the Paper, that the proper course for the Government to take would be at the conclusion of their own Business to move the adjournment of the House.

THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY (Mr. W. H. SMITH) (Strand, Westminster)

said, he would consider the suggestion; but no disputed Business would be taken after the third Government Order.


suggested, with a view to complete the discussion on the Coal Mines, &c. Regulation Bill on Saturday, that the Rule with regard to Wednesday Sittings should not be applied to that day.


said, he believed it was the general wish of the House that the Wednesday Rule should be adhered to. From what he had ascertained from Gentlemen on both sides, he believed there was no doubt that the discussion on the Bill would be completed before 6 o'clock on Saturday.

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