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May I ask the right hon. Gentleman if there is any change in the business to-morrow, and how far he proposes to go to-night?


We hope to get the Second Reading of the Sea-Fishing Industry Bill, and the Committee stage of the Money Resolution. We hope also to get the Report and Third Reading of the Education (Necessity of Schools) Bill, and we should like to get the remaining stages of the Local Government and Other Officers' Superannuation (Temporary Provisions) Bill. With regard to to-morrow, we propose to take, first, the Committee stage of a Supplementary Estimate for Dominion Services—that was in the Vote Office last Friday—consideration of Motions to approve the schemes for the marketing of pigs and bacon, the

Second Reading of the Administration of Justice (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill, and, if there is time, other Orders on the Paper.


With reference to the last Order mentioned for to-night, I hope the Patronage Secretary will not press us on that matter. As was said yesterday, there is a very large number of Amendments by all sorts of people, and probably there are all sorts of speeches to be made.


The right hon. Gentleman and the House know that I always try to put an attractive programme before them. I hope we shall not sit up late to-night, and we have no intention of pressing that last Order in such circumstances.


Can the right hon. Gentleman tell us what is the purpose of the Supplementary Estimate for the Dominions Office, and whether a White Paper is available?


The White Paper is in the Vote Office now. The main item is a Newfoundland Grant-in-Aid.



Motion made, and Question put, That the Proceedings on Government Business be exempted, at this day's Sitting, from the provisions of the Standing Order (Sittings of the House)."—[Mr. Baldwin.]

The House divided: Ayes, 246; Noes, 39.

Division No. 244.] AYES. [3.27 p.m.
Acland-Troyte, Lieut.-Colonel Bullock, Captain Malcolm Doran, Edward
Adams, Samuel Vyvyan T. (Leeds, W.) Burnett, John George Drewe, Cedric
Agnew, Lieut.-Com. P. G. Caporn, Arthur Cecil Duckworth, George A. V.
Allen, Sir J. Sandeman (L'pool, W.) Castle Stewart, Earl Duncan, James A. L. (Kensington, N.)
Allen, William (Stoke-on-Trent) Cautley, Sir Henry S. Eady, George H.
Aske, Sir Robert William Cayzer, Maj. Sir H. R. (Prtsmth., S.) Edmondson, Major A. J.
Baldwin, Rt. Hon. Stanley Cazalet, Thelma (Islington, E.) Elliot, Major Rt. Hon. Walter E.
Balfour, Capt. Harold (l. of Thanet) Chapman, Sir Samuel (Edinburgh,S.) Ellis, Sir R. Geoffrey
Barclay-Harvey, C. M. Christie, James Archibald Elliston, Captain George Sampson
Beauchamp, Sir Brograve Campbell Colfox, Major William Philip Elmley, Viscount
Beaumont, Hon. R. E. B. (Portsm'th,C.) Collins, Rt. Hon. Sir Godfrey Emmott, Charles E. G. C.
Benn, Sir Arthur Shirley Colville, Lieut.-Colonel J. Entwistle, Cyril Fullard
Bernays, Robert Conant, R. J. E. Erskine-Bolst, Capt. C. C. (Blackpool)
Betterton, Rt. Hon. Sir Henry B. Cook, Thomas A. Evans, R. T. (Carmarthen)
Blaker, Sir Reginald Cooke, Douglas Faile, Sir Bertram G.
Blindell, James Copeland, Ida Flelden, Edward Brocklehurst
Borodale, Viscount Courthope, Colonel Sir George L. Fleming, Edward Lascelles
Bossom, A. C. Cowan, D.M. Foot, Dingle (Dundee)
Boulton, W. W. Crooke, J. Smedley Foot, Isaac (Cornwall, Bodmin)
Bowater, Col. Sir T. Vansittart Crookshank, Capt. H. C. (Gainsb'ro) Ford, Sir Patrick J.
Bowyer, Capt. Sir George E. W. Cross, R. H. Fox, Sir Gifiord
Briscoe, Capt. Richard George Cruddas, Lieut.-Colonel Bernard Gault, Lieut.-Col. A. Hamilton
Broadbent, Colonel John Davies, Maj. Geo. F.(Somerset, Yeovil) Gilmour, Lt.-Col. Rt. Hon. Sir John
Brocklebank, C. E. R. Davison, Sir William Henry Gluckstein, Louis Halle
Brown, Col. D. C. (N'th'l'd, Hexham) Denman, Hon. R. D. Goff, Sir Park
Brown, Ernest (Leith) Dickie, John P. Grattan-Doyle, Sir Nicholas
Browne, Captain A. C. Dixon, Rt. Hon. Herbert Gretton, Colonel Rt. Hon. John
Buchan-Hepburn, P. G. T. Donner, P. W. Grigg, Sir Edward
Grimston, R. V. Manningham-Buller, Lt.-Col. Sir M. Sandeman, sir A. N. Stewart
Guest, Capt. Rt. Hon. F. E. Margesson, Capt. Rt. Hon. H. D. R. Sanderson, Sir Frank Barnard
Guinness, Thomas L. E. B. Marsden, Commander Arthur Sessoon, Rt. Hon. Sir Philip A. G. D.
Guy, J. C. Morrison Martin, Thomas B. Shakespeare, Geoffrey H.
Hacking, Rt. Hon. Douglas H. Mason, David M. (Edinburgh, E.) Shaw, Helen B. (Lanark, Bothwell)
Hamilton, Sir R. W. (Orkney & Zetl'nd) Mayhew, Lieut.-Colonel John Shaw, Captain William T. (Forfar)
Harbord, Arthur Mills, Sir Frederick (Leyton, E.) Shepperson, Sir Ernest W.
Harvey, George (Lambeth, Kenn'gt'n) Mills, Major J. D. (New Forest) Shute, Colonel J. J.
Haslam, Sir John (Bolton) Milne, Charles Skelton, Archibald Noel
Headlam, Lieut.-Col. Cuthbert M. Mitchell, Sir W. Lane (Streatham) Slater, John
Heilgers, Captain F. F. A, Monsell, Rt. Hon. Sir B. Eyres Smiles, Lieut.-Col. Sir Walter D.
Henderson, Sir Vivian L. (Chelmsf'd) Morgan, Robert H. Smith, R. W. (Ab'rd'n & Kinc'dlne, C.)
Hensage, Lleut.-Colonel Arthur P. Morris-Jones, Dr. J. H. (Denbigh) Smithers, Waldron
Herbert, Capt. S. (Abbey Division) Morrison, William Shephard Somerset, Thomas
Hope, Sydney (Chester, Stalybrldge) Mulrhead, Major A. J. Somervell, Donald Bradley
Hore-Bellsha, Leslie Nall, Sir Joseph Somerville, Annesiey A. (Windsor)
Horsbrugh, Florence Nation, Brigadier-General J. J. H. Sotheron-Estcourt, Captain T. E.
Howard, Tom Forrest Newton, Sir Douglas George C Spencer, Captain Richard A.
Howitt, Dr. Alfred B. Nicholson, Godfrey (Morpeth) Stewart, J. H. (Fife, E.)
Hudson, Capt. A. U. M. (Hackney,N.) Nicholson, Rt. Hn. W. G. (Petersf'ld) Strauss, Edward A.
Hume, Sir George Hopwood Nunn, William Strickland, Captain W. F.
Hunter, Dr. Joseph (Dumfries) Ormiston, Thomas Stuart, Hon. J. (Moray and Nairn)
Hurst, Sir Gerald B. Palmer, Francis Noel Stuart, Lord C. Crichton-
Inskip, Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas W. H. Patrick, Colln M. Sutclifle, Harold
James, Wing-Com. A. W. H. Peake, Captain Osbert Tate, Mavis Constance
Johnstone, Harcourt (S. Shleids) Pearson, William G. Thomas, James P. L. (Hereford)
Kerr, Hamilton W. Perkins, Walter R. D. Titchfield, Major the Marquess at
Kimball, Lawrence Peters, Dr. Sidney John Todd, A. L. S. (Kingswinford)
Knight, Holford Petherlck. M. Tryon, Rt. Hon. George Clement
Knox, Sir Alfred Peto, Sir Basil E. (Devon, Barnstaple) Vaughan-Morgan, Sir Kenyon
Lamb, Sir Joseph Quinton Peto, Geoffrey K.(W'verh'pt'n, Bilst'n) Wallace, Captain D. E. (Hornsey)
Lambert, Rt. Hon. George Pownall, Sir Assheton Wallace, John (Dunfermline)
Law, Sir Aifred Procter, Major Henry Adam Ward, Lt.-Col. Sir A. L. (Hull)
Law, Richard K. (Hull, 8.W.) Ramsay, Capt. A. H. M. (Midlothian) Ward, Irene Mary Bewick (Wallsend)
Leckle, J. A. Ramsay, T. B W. (Western Isles) Ward, Sarah Adelaide (Cannock)
Lees-Jones, John Ramsbotham, Herwald Warrender, Sir Victor A. G.
Levy, Thomas Ramsden, Sir Eugene Waterhouse, Captain Charles
Llddall, Walter S. Rathbone, Eleanor Watt, Captain George Steven H.
Llewellyn-Jones, Frederick Rea, Walter Russell Weymouth, Viscount
Lloyd, Geoffrey Reid, Capt. A. Cunningham. White, Henry Graham
Lyons, Abraham Montagu Reid, David D. (County Down) Whyte, Jardins Bell
Mabane, William Reid, William Allan (Derby) Williams, Charles (Devon, Torquay)
MacAndrew, Capt. J. O. (Ayr) Remer, John R. Williams, Herbert G. (Croydon, S.)
MacDonald, Malcolm (Bassetlaw) Rentoul, Sir Gervais S. Wills, Wilfrid D.
Macdonald, Capt. p. D. (I. of W.) Robinson, John Roland Wilson, Lt.-Col. Sir Arnold (Hertf'd)
McEwen, Captain J. H. F. Rosbotham, Sir Thomas Windsor-Cllve, Lleut.-Colonel George
McKeag, William Ross, Ronald D. Wise, Alfred R.
McKie, John Hamllton Ross Taylor, Walter (Woodbrldge) Withers, Sir John James
Maclay, Hon Joseph Paton Ruggies-Brlse, Colonel E. A. Womersley, Walter James
McLean, Major Sir Alan Runge, Norah Cecil Wood, Rt. Hon. Sir H. Kfngsiey
Macmillan, Maurice Harold Russell, Alexander West (Tynemouth) Wood, Sir Murdoch McKenzle (Banff)
Macpherson, Rt. Hon. Sir Ian Rutherford, Sir John Hugo (Liverp'l) Worthington, Dr. John V.
Maltland, Adam Saimon, Sir Isidore
Makins, Brigadler-General Ernest Samuel, Sir Arthur Michael (F'nham) TELLERS FOR THE AYES.
Mander, Geoffrey le M. Samuel, Rt. Hon. Sir H. (Darwen) Sir Frederick Thomson and Sir
George Penny.
Adams, D. M. (Poplar, South) Healy, Cahir Parkinson, John Allen
Attlee, Clement Richard Hirst, George Henry Price, Gabriel
Banfleld, John William Jenkins, Sir William Salter, Dr. Alfred
Haley, Joseph John, William Smith, Tom (Normanton)
Brown, C. W. E. (Notts., Mansfield) Lansbury, Rt. Hon. George Thorne, William James
Daggar, George Lawson, John James Tinker, John Joseph
Davies, Rhys John (Westhoughton) Logan, David Gilbert Wedgwood, Rt. Hon. Josiah
Edwards, Charles Lunn, William Williams, David (Swansea, East)
George, Major G. Lloyd (Pembroke) McEntee, Valentine L. Williams, Edward John (Ogmore)
George, Megan A. Lloyd (Angiesea) Maclean, Neil (Glasgow, Govan) Williams, Dr. John H. (Llanelly)
Grenfell, David Rees (Glamorgan) Mainwaring, William Henry Williams, Thomas (York, Don Valley)
Griffiths, T. (Monmouth, Pontypool) Maxton, James.
Grundy, Thomas W. Milner, Major James TELLERS FOR THE NOES.
Hall, George H. (Merthyr Tydvil) Owen, Major Goronwy Mr. John and Mr. G. Macdonald.

Question put, and agreed to.