HC Deb 24 June 1895 vol 34 c1752

Mr. H. H. ASQUITH (Fife, E.), moved "That this House do now adjourn."

Several hon. MEMBERS

Until when?


Until to-morrow. It is a matter of arrangement between the two sides of the House that the House should adjourn now until tomorrow, when all Committees and other bodies will meet in the ordinary way.

SIR RICHARD TEMPLE (Surrey, Kingston)

asked, whether the Committees would sit on Wednesday?


It may be for somebody else to dispose of the Business on Wednesday. [Laughter.]

DR. TANNER (who rose amid cries of "Order")

said, he wished to ask Mr. Speaker whether, when a Member rose in Committee to raise an objection, it was casting any reflection on the Chair or on the Chairman of Committees?


Order, order! The hon. Member is clearly out of Order.

Question "That this House do now adjourn" put, and agreed to.

House adjourned at Four o'clock.