§ MR. J. SAMUEL (Stockton)
I beg-to ask the First Lord of the Treasury whether, having regard to the fact that many Members are keenly opposed to the Military Land Act (1892) Amendment Bill, it is still his intention to include this Measure in the list of Bills to be proceeded with as non-contentious?
§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY
said he could not admit that the Military Lands Act (1892) Amendment Bill was opposed by any large number of Members. He thought he could show that it was a Measure which had receive support in so many quarters that he should not like to say more at the present time on the question of proceeding or not proceeding with it.