§ Petition of Charles George Gamble, of Mount Jerome House, in the county of Dublin, solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature, Ireland, that substituted service of a copy of the Bill and of the Order for the Second Reading thereof, and of all other Orders connected there-with be made upon John Haynes, of 11, Vernon Street, Hammersmith, solicitor, and that in the event of the said Bill not being opposed, he may be permitted to read, as he may be advised, the evidence given on the hearing of this petition as evidence on the Second Reading of the said Bill; considered (according to order). Counsel called in; a witness examined. Bill to be read 2a on the first sitting day for Judicial business after the Recess at Easter. The usual Orders made. Ordered, That service of a copy of the Bill, and of the Order for the Second Reading thereof, upon the said John Haynes, be deemed as good service of the said Bill and Order as if the same had been personally served upon Ida Gertrude Gamble, the wife of the said Charles George Gamble. Ordered, That, in the event of the said Bill not being opposed, the said John Haynes be permitted to read the said evidence as evidence on the Second Reading of the said Bill.1130
§ Municipal Corporations (Merthyr Tydfil Scheme Confirmation) Bill [H.L.]; South-end and Colchester Light Railways Bill [H.L.]; Hessle Gas Bill [H.L.]; Workington Harbour and Dock Bill [H.L.]; Commercial Union Assurance Bill [H.L.]; Clacton Improvement Bill [H.L.]; Clacton-on-Sea Commissioners Bill [H.L.]; Little-hampton Urban District Council Bill [H.L.]. Report from the Committee of Selection, That the following Lords be proposed to the House to form the Select Committee for the consideration of the said Bills; (viz.):—
- E. Hardwicke,
- V. Falkland (chairman),
- L. Sinclair,
- L. Lilford,
- L. Carew;
§ South-Eastern and London, Chatham, and Dover Railways Bill [H.L.]. Report from the Committee of Selection, That the Earl of Drogheda be proposed to the House as a member of the Select Committee on the said Bill in the place of the Lord Hylton.