§ On the Order for the Second Reading of this Bill,
MR. D. CHILLY (Mayo, N.)
*MR. J. A. PEASE
supported the appeal on the ground that the Bill w one to promote the interests of the d serving poor, which was an object whit should commend itself to the ho Member.
§ DR. TANNER (Cork, Mid)
said that he should not object to the Bill, and hoped that the same consideration would be shown to Irish Bills.
§ THE SECRETARY TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD (Mr. T. W RUSSELL,) Tyrone, S.
said that it wits very important Bill, raising very important issues, and as it created a fie: Imperial charge, it must be discussed some other time than after midnight.
§ MR. J. HUTTON moved that the Order be discharged, and the Bill withdrawn
§ Order for Second Reading read, and discharged; Bill withdrawn.