§ VISCOUNT HALDANE
My Lords, I understand that there is a Motion on the Order Paper for Monday and therefore may I ask whether it would suit the convenience of your Lordships to meet at a quarter past three that afternoon in order to dispose. of it?
§ THE LORD PRIVY SEAL (THE MARQUESS OF SALISBURY)
My Lords, there are several questions clown for Monday and ate shall also have to take one or two stages of Bills which are not yet completed. But so far as the Government are concerned, a quarter past three is quite a convenient hour and we may look upon that as settled.
§ THE MARQUESS OF SALISBURY
understand that in all probability the Royal Commission will be about half-past eleven on Tuesday and in that ease your Lordships will meet at a quarter past eleven. The noble and learned Viscount will understand that there ale one or two stages of several Bills to be taken on Monday, the Scottish Education Bill and also the Consolidated Fund Bill, and there may be questions of Commons Amendments to Lords Amendments to be dealt with, which will make it necessary for me to move the suspension of the Standing Orders for that day.