HC Deb 10 April 1911 vol 24 cc1-3

Private Bills [Lords] (Standing Orders not previously inquired into complied with),—Mr. Speaker laid upon the Table Report from one of the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, That, in the case of the following Bills, originating in the Lords, and referred on the First Beading thereof, the Standing Orders not previously inquired into, and which are applicable thereto, have been complied with, namely:—

Rhymney Railway Bill [Lords].

Chesham and District Gas Bill [Lords],

Alexandra (Newport and South Wales) Docks and Railway Bill [Lords],

Enfield Gas Bill [Lords].

City of London (Various Powers) Bill [Lords].

Ordered, That the Bills be read a second time.

Gas Light and Coke Company Bill,

Ipswich Corporation Bill,

Metropolitan Electric Supply Company (Acton District) Bill,

Read the third time, and passed.

Central London Railway Bill,

Upper Medway Conservancy Bill,

As amended, considered; to be read the third time.

Charles Sheil's Charity Bill [Lords],

To be read a second lime To-morrow.

Hastings Corporation (Water and Finance) Bill [Lords],

Read a second time, and committed.

London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway (Steam Vessels) Bill [Lords],

To be read a second time To-morrow.

London Cemetery Company Bill [Lords],

Swinton Urban District Council Bill [Lords],

Read a second time, and committed.

London County Council (General Powers) Bill (by Order),

Consideration, as amended, deferred till Wednesday.

Luton Water Bill [Lords] (by Order),

Read a second time, and committed.

Ordered, That it be an Instruction to the Committee that they have power to inquire whether the Promoters have made adequate provision by the Bill for the supply of water at reasonable rates to the agricultural community within the area of supply, and to any person or persons from whom any existing or natural supply is, or may be, withdrawn owing to the works or undertakings authorised by the Bill; and that they further have power to insert in the Bill such Clause or Clauses as they think necessary to impose upon the Promoters the obligation to provide such supply.—(Mr. Stanier.)

Local Government Provisional Order (No. 11) Bill (by Order),

Third Reading deferred till To-morrow.

Severn Fisheries Provisional Order Bill (by Order),

Second Heading deferred till To-morrow.

Dunfermline Burgh Extension and Drainage Bill.

Reported, with Amendments; Report to lie upon the Table.

Private Bills (Group D).

Sir Charles Rose reported from the Committee on Group D of Private Bills; That, for the convenience of parties, the Committee had adjourned till Thursday, 20th April, at half-past Eleven of the clock.

Report to lie upon the Table.

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