§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER (Sir W. HARCOURT,) Derby
I wish to state that, on further consideration, the Government has come to the conclusion that if business progresses next week according to the scheme which I suggested to the Mouse a day or two ago they will be able to read the Ways and Means Bill a third time on Saturday. If that is done they will be able to dispense with the attendance of the House on the Monday after Easter, which no doubt will be a great convenience to Members, and especially to the officers of the House.
§ COLONEL NOLAN (Galway, N.)
What day will be given in lieu of the day for Motions on going into Committee on the Civil Service Estimates?
§ SIR W. HARCOURT
Thursday in that week is the day fixed for giving the Royal Assent to the Ways and Means Bill.