§ MR. SPEKAER having resumed the Chair,
§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY (Mr. A. J. BALFOUR,) Manchester, E.
Sir, as regards the business for to-morrow, it will be necessary to take the Bill embodying the money resolution under this Bill as the first Order of the Day
§ MR. T. M. HEALY (Louth, N.)
May I make a suggestion to the right honourable Gentleman, that the Bill so far as it has gone should be reprinted with the Amendments already made? That is not an unusual course. May I make the further suggestion to the right honourable Gentleman the Chief Secretary that his clause as to the officers under the Bill, which has been freely canvassed by those gentlemen in Ireland, should be put down as a new clause on the Paper? If that is done it will simplify the understanding of the matter by showing how it is intended to run in the Bill.
§ THE CHIEF SECRETARY TO THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND (Mr. GERALD BALFOUR,) Leeds, Central
Yes, Sir; I have no objection to that.
§ MR. DAVITT (Mayo, S.)
May I ask the Leader of the House whether the money resolution Bill to which he has referred will have precedence to-morrow over the resumption of the Debate on this Bill?
§ THE FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY
Yes, Sir; that will be so. If we once take the money Bill we can hardly interrupt it at that stage.