HC Deb 27 June 1893 vol 14 c131

Bill, as amended, considered.

MR. FORWOOD (Lancashire, Ormskirk)

moved— Clause 25, page 29, line 21, leave out from "Navigation" to the end of the clause, and insert "such as will enable Parliament to deal with the whole question of the constitution and management of the Trust.

MR. W. S. B. M'LAREN (Cheshire, Crewe)

said, he did not wish to oppose this in any way. He rose simply to say that the promoters of the Bill acquiesced in the introduction of the words on the understanding that they were the words they would have proposed themselves.

MR. BRUNNER (Cheshire, Northwich)

said, that he had held all through the discussion that although the Trustees of the Weaver might hold themselves free to interpret the words of the Bill as they pleased, they would, nevertheless, be subject to the will of Parliament when they came up with their Bill.

Question put, and agreed to.

Bill to be read the third time.

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