HC Deb 29 October 1912 vol 43 c416

Committee to consider of authorising the payment out of the Consolidated Fund" and out of moneys provided by Parliament of any Charges which may be incurred under any Act of the present Session to amend the provision for the Government of Ireland; and of authorising the imposition of additional Customs Duties in certain cases in pursuance of such Act (King's Recommendation signified), to-morrow (Wednesday).—[Mr. Gulland.]


Do I understand this Motion to be that this House tomorrow will resolve itself into a Committee to do certain things?

Mr. GULLAND (Lord of the Treasury)

It is simply for the purpose of getting on the Paper the Money Resolution of the Home Rule Bill, which the Prime Minister promised would be placed before the House as early as possible.


Is it this day or tomorrow?


This day (Wednesday).

Whereupon Mr. Speaker, pursuant to-the Order of the House of 14th October, proposed the Question, "That this House-do now adjourn."

Adjourned accordingly at Twenty minutes before One a.m., Wednesday, 30th October, 1912.