HL Deb 25 July 1907 vol 179 cc1-3

London County Council (General Powers) Bill.—Moved, That the order made on the 20th day of March last. "That no Private Bill brought from the House of Commons shall be read a second time after the 18th day of June next," be dispensed with, and that the Bill be now read 2a; agreed to: Bill read 2a accordingly, and committed: The Committee to be proposed by the Committee of Selection.

South Wales Mineral Railway Bill.— Read 3a, with the Amendments; and passed, and returned to the Commons.

Kingston-upon-Hull Corporation Bill.—Read 3a with the Amendments; further Amendments made; Bill passed, and returned to the Commons.

Local Government Provisional Orders (No. 8) Bill (Chelmsford Order); Local Government Provisional Orders (No. 13 Bill (Norwich Order): London County Council (General Powers) Bill; North Staffordshire Railway Bill.—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.):—

D. Sutherland,

E. Dartrey (chairman),

L. Abinger,

L. Seaton,

L. Armstrong;

agreed to; and the said Lords appointed accordingly. The Committee to meet on Tuesday next, at Eleven o'clock; and all petitions referred to the Committee, with leave to the petitioners praying to be heard by counsel against the Bills to be heard as desired, as also counsel for the Bills.

Local Government (Ireland) Provisional Orders (No. 3) Bill; Board of Education Scheme (Hulme Trust Estates Educational) Confirmation Bill. —House in Committee (according to order): Bills reported without Amendment: Standing Committee negatived; and Bills to be read 3a on Monday next.

Kingswood (Whitfield Tabernacle Schoolroom, etc.) Charity Bill; Longton (Caroline Street Chapel) Charity Bill. —Read 2a (according to order), and committed to a Committee of the Whole House on Thursday next.

Alexandra (Newport and South Wales) Docks and Railway (General Powers) Bill. —Report from the Committee of Selection, That the Lord Borthwick and the Lord Oriel (V. Massereene) be proposed to the House as members of the Select Committee on the said Bill in the place of the Lord Manners and the Lord Lyveden read, and agreed to.