§ On the order to go into Committee on this Bill,
§ MR. DALZIEL (Kirkcaldy Burghs)
said that although there was nothing very contentious in this Bill, he thought the Government should be satisfied with the business already done to-night, and that the House should now adjourn. The Bill had just been circulated, and Members had not yet had an opportunity of reading it.
§ THE PRESIDENT OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD (Mr. WALTER LONG, Bristol, S.)
said the Bill was introduced in the interest of certain Unions which at present were heavily charged, and wished to be relieved of the charge. He hoped the hon. Member would not press his objection.
§ MR. DALZIEL
said he would allow the Bill to go through on the understanding that the right hon. Gentleman would not put it clown again for a couple of days.
§ Bill considered in Committee, and reported, without Amendment; to be read the third time upon Monday next.
§ Whereupon, in pursuance of the Order of the House of the 28th day of July, Mr. SPEAKER adjourned the House without Question put.
§ Adjourned at twenty-five minutes before Two o'clock.