HC Deb 04 July 1895 vol 35 c183
MR. J. H. DALZIEL (Kirkcaldy Burghs)

said, that he desired to make a statement with regard to this Bill. Some days ago he had intimated his intention to oppose the measure in the interests of his constituents, but the discussion had then been adjourned in view of the peculiar circumstances under which the House had met. The Bill would be again brought forward Tomorrow, but as the result of an agreement that had been entered into between the parties interested his opposition to the measure would be withdrawn. The principal point in dispute was with regard to the regulation of the train service from Kirkcaldy, and as the railway company had now given an undertaking that permission should be given to passengers to travel by a particular train he should not further oppose the Bill.