§ On the Motion for adjournment:—
§ MR. DILLON
Sir, I wish to ask the Government whether they will now give some definite statement as to when they will take the Report on the Vote for the Irish Land Commission. I have sat here night after night, on the understanding that I would get an opportunity of discussing this Vote. I would only ask the Government now to state definitely 608 and clearly when they will give us the promised discussion on the Irish Land Commission. I do not think it fair to the House, after we facilitated the Government on a particular occasion, that we should be kept here night after night without any apparent effect.
§ MR. JACKSON
I am not able to say definitely, but I think it will be possible to find an early opportunity.
§ MR. E. HARRINGTON (Kerry, W.)
I desire to put it to the Speaker whether it is convenient that Report of Supply should be put down simply with the dates attached, without specifying what the Report is upon.
§ * MR. SPEAKER
The Clerk at the Table, when Report is taken, immediately reads out the first Resolution.
§ MR. E. HARRINGTON
I thank you, Mr. Speaker, and I apologise for having needlessly raised the question.
§ SIR W. LAWSON (Cumberland, Cockermouth)
When will the Local Taxation Bill be brought in, and will the allocation of the money now passed be embodied in a fresh Bill?
§ MR. JACKSON
Yes. The date is not definitely fixed when the Local Taxation Bill will be taken, but I believe the Amendment will be embodied in the Bill.
§ House adjourned at twenty-five minutes before One o'clock.