HC Deb 13 February 1907 vol 169 cc153-4

The CHAIRMAN OF WAYS AND MEANS reported, That, in accordance with Standing Order 79, he had conferred with the Chairman of Committees of the House of Lords, for the purpose of determining in which House of Parliament the respective Private Bills should be first considered, and they had determined that the Bills contained in the following List should originate in the House of Lords, viz.: Ashton-under-Lyne, Stalybridge, and Dukinfield (District) Waterworks; Barnsley, Wombwell and Wath Tramways; Birkenhead Corporation Water; Birmingham Corporation; Birmingham Corporation Water; Borax Consolidated; Broadstairs and St. Peter's Urban District Water; Burnham (Somerset) Pier; Cavehill and Whitewell Tramways; City of London (Union of Parishes); Colne Valley Water; Coventry Corporation Water; Devonport Corporation; Electric Supply Corporation; Folkestone, Sandgate, and Hythe Tramways; Great Yarmouth Waterworks and Lowestoft Water and Gas; Harrison's Patent; Heywood and Middleton Water Board; Humber Conservancy; Kendal Corporation; Kensington Borough Council (Superannuation); King Edward's Hospital Fund for London; Linthwaite and Golcar Urban District Councils; Manchester Corporation Tramways; Manchester Ship Canal (Bridgewater Canal); Manchester Ship Canal (Various Powers); Medway Lower Navigation; Merthyr Tydvil Stipendiary Justice; Metropolitan Railway (Pension Fund); Middlesbrough Corporation; Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees, and Thornaby Tramways; Midland Railway; Midland Railway (West Riding Lines) Abandonment; National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Corporation; Newquay and District Water; North British Railway (Substituted Bill); Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corpora- tion; Ogmore and Garw Urban District Council (Water Supply, etc.); Oxford and District Tramways; Pontypridd Urban District Council; Portishead District Water; Royal Insurance Company; St. Neot's Urban District Council; Selsey Water and Gas; Sheffield Corporation; Society of Apothecaries of London; South Lincolnshire Water; Southend Corporation; Southend Water; Southport, Birkdale, and West Lancashire Water Board; Staveley Coal and Iron Company; Sutton Coldfield Rectory; Tees Conservancy; Tees Valley Water (Consolidation); Tyne Improvement; Tynemouth Corporation (Water); United Methodist Church; Western Valleys (Monmouthshire) Sewerage Board; West Riding Tramways; West Yorkshire Tramways; Weston-Super-Mare Grand Pier; Wisbech Water; York and District Tramways; York (Micklegate Strays).