HC Deb 15 March 1895 vol 31 c1244

On the Order for the Third Reading of this Bill,

MR. JAMES LOWTHER (Kent, Thanet)

said, that the Bill was sent to a Standing Committee, and was now, after a few days' interval, set down for Third Reading. He objected to this rapidity of procedure, and intended to give notice that the Bill be recommitted to a Committee of the whole House.


pointed out that the Bill had been Reported by the Standing Committee without Amendments.

MR. W. E. M. TOMLINSON (Preston)

moved the Third Reading of the Bill, but objection having been taken he named the 19th of June for that stage.

Order accordingly postponed.