§ MR. LOUGH
I wish to put a question with regard to the Orders of the Day. I do not know whether the First Lord intends to take them in the order in which they are printed, because I may point out that the first is the Local Government Board (Ireland) Vote, which was discussed the other night, and if the debate on that is to be resumed it will shut out discussion on other Reports of Supply which have not yet been dealt with. Cannot the right hon. Gentleman under the circumstances postpone the first Order?
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
I have no particular objection if it can be unanimously done, but I do not think it would be worth while debating a motion to do that. With regard to other business, I think it desirable to put down as the second Order on Monday, after the Royal Titles Bill, the Pacific Cable Bill, and to postpone, until its passage, the further consideration of the Factory and Workshops Bill.
§ LORD BALCARRES (Lancashire, Chorley)
I beg to ask the First Lord of the Treasury if he can make any statement about affording facilities for the passing of certain non-contentious private Bills in which substantial progress has already been made.