§ LORD EDMUND FITZMAURICE (Wiltshire, Cricklade)
Has the Prime Minister any statement to make as to the course of business?
§ THE PRIME MINISTER AND FIRST LORD OF THE TREASURY (Mr. A. J. BALFOUR,) Manchester, E
The Orders for Wednesday will include the Municipal Trading Motion, the Army (Annual) Bill, and other matters not disposed of on the Orders of to-day. On Thursday, 693 if the Speaker can be got out of the Chair before midnight, the Civil Service Estimates will be proceeded with, but I propose to take uncontroversial Votes as far as possible. On Monday I hope to take the Scotch Licensing Bill and the Committee stage of the Army (Annual) Bill. On Tuesday, contrary to what I led the House to expect, I propose to have the London Education Bill, and to take the Third Reading of the Army (Annual) Bill. On Wednesday next week I shall propose a Motion for the holidays of such a character as, when carried, will prevent other business, either Government or private, being taken.
When will the Army (Annual) Bill be printed?