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asked what business the Government proposed to take on Monday, in the event of the discussion of the Schedule of the Finance Bill being got over at a comparatively early hour.

SIR WILLIAM WALROND (Devonshire, Tiverton)

said that, if the Government were fortunate enough to get the Finance Bill through at an early hour on Monday afternoon, they would take the Police Reservists Bill and some other Departmental Bills. At the evening sitting the Licensing Bill would be taken.

Adjourned at twenty-five minutes before Six o'clock' till Monday next.