HC Deb 16 July 1902 vol 111 c464
SIR WILLIAM WALROND (Devonshire, Tiverton)

in moving the adjournment of the House, said that the right hon. Gentleman the First Lord of the Treasury stated at the evening adjournment that he would inform the House later what Supply would be taken tomorrow. At the afternoon sitting, the War Office Vote and Medical Vote would be taken; and at the evening sitting the Votes for the Militia and the Yeomanry.

Adjourned at ten minutes after Twelve o'clock.