HC Deb 08 May 1914 vol 62 cc683-4

Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday Bill—Petitions in favour, from Bacup, Barrow-in-Furness (two), Birmingham, Blackheath, Bootle (four), Boston, Bournemouth, Brierley Hill, Cheltenham, Cranshawbooth (twenty-two), Crook (two), Darlington, Derby, Droylsden, Farnworth, Garston, Great Yarmouth, Greenwich, Grays, Heanor (two), Heaton Moor, Helmshore, Hull, Hyde, Kelvedon, King's Norton, Lancaster, Leamington, Leeds, Leek, Lezant, Litherland, Little Hulton, Liverpool (two), London, and other places; Long Eaton, Longgrove, Ramsbottom, Manchester, Middleton (two), North Kensington, Plymouth and Stonehouse, Pontypool, Rochdale (four), St. Helen's, Seaforth, Seaforth with Waterloo, Selly Oak, Shifnal, Stalybridge, Tunbridge Wells, Upminster, Walthamstow, West Bromwich, Wetherby, Whitworth Vale (two), and Winchcombe.

Weekly Rest-Day Bill—Petition from Middleton Junction, in favour.