HC Deb 13 June 1892 vol 5 cc890-1

Motion made, and Question proposed, That, in the case of the London County Council (Money) Bill, Standing Orders 84, 214, 215, and 239 be suspended, and that the Bill be now taken into consideration, provided amended prints shall have been previously deposited."—(Mr. Caldwell.)

Objection taken.


If the objection has reference to the notice of a new clause "As to Sewage of West Ham," standing in the name of the hon. Member for West Ham (Mr. Fulton), I think, Sir, you will rule that it is not in Order; and under the circumstances, and at this period of the Session, I hope the Bill will now be allowed to go through.


The new clause, of which notice has been given, is quite irrelevant to the Bill, and cannot be moved.

Motion agreed to.

Bill considered.

Ordered, That Standing Orders 223 and 243 be suspended, and that the Bill be now read the third time.—(Mr. Caldwell.)

Bill read the third time, and passed. [New Title.]

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