§ Mr. JOSEPH PEASE
I beg to move "That this House do now adjourn." In moving I may be allowed to state that on Thursday, if we can get the Army and Navy Expenditure 1907–8, which we failed to secure to-night, we shall proceed with the Imperial Defence Committee Vote; and it is arranged between the two sides that at that sitting we shall take the Report stage of the Labour Exchanges Bill, and secure the Third Reading the same evening.
§ Mr. J. GRETTON
It has been stated in some quarters that the business on Friday is not to be the Irish Land Bill, but some small Bill, and will the Govern- 1138 ment state if they adhere to the statement that the Irish Land Bill will be taken?
§ Resolved, "That this House do now adjourn."
§ Adjourned at Thirteen minutes after Eleven o'clock.