HC Deb 08 May 1893 vol 12 c345

I have to ask the House to be good enough to give me leave to bring in a Bill, the object of which is merely to remedy certain minor defects in the machinery for the provision of school sites which have been discovered in the Education Act passed by the right hon. Gentleman my Predecessor in 1892. These difficulties are of a formal character, and the object of the Bill, which I will explain more fully in a Memorandum to be affixed to it, is to substitute the machinery of the Labourers' Dwellings Act for the machinery now in the Bill in certain small matters, such as the giving of notices, the publishing of advertisements, and the method of confirming orders.

Motion made, and Question proposed, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to amend 'The Irish Education Act, 1892.'"—(Mr. J. Morley.)

Motion agreed to.

Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. John Morley and Mr. Arthur Acland.

Bill presented, and read the first time. [Bill 344.]