HC Deb 25 February 1895 vol 30 c1468
MR. JAMES STUART (Shoreditch, Hoxton),

said that, in accordance with an arrangement made with hon. Gentlemen opposite, the four Resolutions which stood in his name, and which were to the effect that the Committee on the Lambeth Water (Transfer) Bill and the Southwark and Vauxhall Water (Transfer) Bill should have power to insert in the Bills, directions to the Arbitrators to take into consideration any points favourable to either party in addition to those specified in the Bill; and that any County Council and any of the London Water Companies should be entitled to be heard before the Select Committee; would be deferred until Thursday. He desired to take this opportunity of stating that on Thursday, when the six Bills for the transfer of the water supply were down for discussion, he would move that the further consideration be deferred until the 3rd of May.

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