HC Deb 04 July 1905 vol 148 cc966-7

informed the House, That the Committee on Group L of Private Bills, not being appointed to meet until Thursday, the parties promoting the Littlehampton Urban District Council Bill [Lords], which was set down for consideration on the first day of the meeting of the Committee, had appeared before him and proved that the evidence of George Montague Percy, 19, Buckingham Street, Strand, was essential to their case; and that his attendance could not be procured without the intervention of the House.

Ordered, That the said George Montague Percy do attend the Committee on Group L of Private Bills upon Thursday, at half-past Eleven of the clock.—(The Chairman of Ways and Means.)

Donovan's Divorce Bill [Lords]. Reported from the Select Committee on Divorce Bills, without Amendment; Report to lie upon the Table.

Bill to be read the third time.

Donovan's Divorce Bill [Lords]. Ordered, That the Minutes of Evidence and Proceedings in the House of Lords on the Second Reading of Donovan's Divorce Bill, together with the Documents deposited in the case, be returned to the House of Lords.—(Mr. Serjeant Hemphill.)

Cork Junction Railways Bill. Reported [Preamble not proved]; Report to lie upon the Table, and to be printed.

City of London (Escape from Fire) Bill. Reported [Preamble not proved] Report to lie upon the Table.