§ SIR H. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN
said the business on Friday would be, first, the Small Holdings Bill (Finance Resolution in Committee), then the Second Reading stage of the Telegraph (Money) Bill, British North America 346 Bill, Australian States Constitution Bill, and the Evidence (Colonial Statutes) Bill. The next orders would be the Criminal Appeal Bill (Finance Resolution in Committee), and the Motion regarding a new Judge, and there might be other Bills.
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
I understand-that the Under-Secretary for the Colonies says the British North America Bill must pass by the 1st July. In that case, would it not be better to put it earlier in the list—the responsibility for passing it, of course, rests with the Government.