HL Deb 04 June 1907 vol 175 cc417-9

Alton Military Hospital Bill [H.L.].— Presented (pursuant to leave given yesterday), and read 1a

Birkenhead Corporation Water Bill [H.L.].—The King's consent signified; and Bill reported from the Select Committee, with Amendments.

National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty Bill [H.L.].— Reported, with Amendments.

Port Talbot Railway and Docks Bill.— Committee to meet on Tuesday next.

Collooney, Ballina, and Belmullet Railways and Piers Bill; Kingston-upon-Hull Corporation Bill.—Read 2a, and committed. The Committees to be pro posed by the Committee of.Selection.

Renfrewshire Upper District (Eastwood and Mearns) Water Bill [H.L.].—Read 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.

Local Government Provisional Orders (No. 5) Bill.—Brought from the Commons.

Armagh Urban District Council Bill.— Brought from the Commons; read 1a; and referred to the Examiners.

Royal Bank of Scotland Bill [H.L.]; Society of Apothecaries of London Bill [H.L.].—Returned from the Commons agreed to.

Maidstone Gas Bill.—Returned from the Commons with the Amendments agreed to.

Worthing Gas Bill; Hull and Barnsley Railway Bill; Taff Vale Railway Bill; Neath, Pontardawe, and Brynaman Railway Bill; Swansea Harbour Bill; Ann-field Plain and District Gas Bill; Broad-stairs and St. Peter's Urban District Water Bill [H.L.]; Great Northern and City Railway Bill; City of London (Union of Parishes) Bill [H.L.]; Kingston-upon-Hull Corporation Bill; Collooney, Ballina, and Belmullet Railways and Piers Bills.—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. Abingdon, E. Morley, V. Hutchinson (E. Donoughmore) (chairman), L. Oriel (F. Massereene), L. Bowes (E. Strathmore and King-horn); agreed to; and the said Lords appointed accordingly. The Committee to meet on Wednesday, the 12th instant, 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.

Canals Tolls and Charges (New Junction Canal) Order Confirmation Bill [H.L.]; Education Board Provisional Orders Confirmation (Surrey, etc.) Bill [H.L.]; Electric Lighting Provisional Orders (No. 1) Bill [H.L.].—Committed to a Committee of the Whole House To-morrow.

Local Government Provisional Orders (No. 5) Bill.—Read 1a; to be printed; and referred to the Examiners. (No. 62.)

Pier and Harbour Provisional Orders [(No. 2) BILL[H.L.].—ABill to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861, relating to Fleetwood, Portsmouth, and Sennen. Was presented by (The Lord Granard (E. Granard) ).Then it was moved, That the Order of the 20th day of March last, "That no Provisional Order Confirmation Bill originating in this House shall be read a first time after Thursday, the 2nd day of May next," be dispensed with in respect of the said Bill, and that the Bill be now read 1a; agreed to; Bill read 1a accordingly; to be printed and referred to the Examiners. (No. 63.)

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