MR. A. J. BALFOUK (City of London)
asked as to the arrangements for business for the rest of the session.
§ MR. ASQUITH
said he was afraid it would be necessary to have a sitting on Saturday, which it would be proposed should be at ten o'clock in the morning. The Third Beading of the Irish Universities Bill and the Third Reading of the Finance Bill would be taken. On Monday, Supply would be put down. The first half of the sitting would be given to Army Vote No. 3, at the suggestion of hon. and right hon. Gentlemen opposite, and the sitting after eight o'clock to the Foreign Office Vote, Secretary of State's salary. On Tuesday the Colonial Vote, Secretary of State's salary, would be taken, and, if time permitted, Class 4, Vote 7, Universities, Colleges, and Intermediate Education in Wales, and the Board of Trade. On Wednesday the Votes would be those for the Local Government Board and the Home Office. On Thursday the Second Reading of the Consolidated Fund Bill would be taken, on the Friday following the Motion for the adjournment for the holidays, and on the Saturday the Third Reading of the Consolidated Fund Bill.