HC Deb 24 February 1896 vol 37 c1032

THE SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY (Sir WILLIAM WALROND, Devon, Tiverton), moved— That a Select Committee be appointed to control the arrangements for the Kitchen and Refreshment Rooms in the Department of the Sergeant-at-Arms attending this House.

On the Question that Mr. JAMES BAILEY be a Member of the said Committee,

DR. CLARK (Caithness) moved the adjournment of the Debate, on the ground that Scotland was not represented on the Committee, while England, Ireland and Wales were. The Whips should have taken care that Scotland should have had some representative upon it, even although the Committee might not be an important body.


The hon. Member need not move the adjournment of the Debate. He can object to the Motion.


Then I object.

Debate stood adjourned; to be resumed this day.

House adjourned at Ten minutes after Twelve o'clock.