HL Deb 30 July 1934 vol 93 c1188

My Lords, before we adjourn I should like to remind your Lordships that the meeting tomorrow will be at half-past eleven, and there will be purely formal business. The Appropriation Bill which will shortly afterwards arrive here will be passed through all its stages—the Standing Orders will be suspended for the purpose—and there will be the Third Reading of the Cattle Industry (Emergency Provisions) Bill and any other measures which are awaiting Third Reading. I do not think the business ought to take more than a few minutes, and the Commission for giving the Royal Assent will be at noon.

House adjourned at seventeen minutes past three o'clock.