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NEW WRIT.—New Writ for the county of Dorset (Eastern Division), in the room

of the hon. Humphry Napier Sturt, now Baron Alington, called up to the
House of Peers.--(Sir A. Acland-Hood.)

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Mar. 2.]

Sir John Colomb (Great Yarmouth)
The Secretary to the Admiralty (Mr. Pretyman, Suffolk, Woodbridge)
Mr. Edmund Robertson (Dundee)
Mr. Gibson Bowles (Lynn Regis)
Mr. Broadhurst (Leicester)
Mr. O'Mara (Kilkenny, S.)
Mr. Spear (Devonshire, Tavistock)
Mr. Black (Banffshire)
Sir Edgar Vincent (Exeter)
Mr. Charles Devlin (Galway)
Mr. Pretyman

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Question put.
The Committee divided :-Ayes, 83 ; Noes, 284. (Division List No. 35.)
Original Question again proposed.

Mr. O'Mara

1541

Question put.
The Committee divided :-Ayes, 273 ; Noes, 73. (Division List No. 36.)
And, it being after half-past Seven of the Clock, the Chairman left the Chair

to make his Report to the House. Resolutions to be reported To-morrow. Committee to sit again To-morrow.

.. 1545

EVENING SITTING.
BRUSSELS SUGAR CONVENTION.

Mr. Lough (Islington, W.)
Mr. Kearley (Devon port)

1554 Motion made, and Question proposed, “ That the decisions of the Permanent

Commission of the Brussels Sugar Convention have operated so as to
inflict grave injury on the manufacturers of sugared products in the
United Kingdom as compared with their Foreign rivals, and that the
Convention has failed to confer the anticipated benefits on the West
Indies.”—(Mr. Lough.)
Mr. David MacIver (Liverpool, Kirkdale)

1562 Mr. Winston Churchill (Oldham)

1563 The President of the Board of Trade (Mr. Gerald Balfour, Leeds, Central) 1571 Sir H. Campbell-Bannerman (Stirling Burghs)

1577 Mr. Walter Palmer (Salisbury)

1579 Mr. Tomkinson (Cheshire, Crewe)

1579 Question put. The House divided :-Ayes, 162; Noes, 202. (Division List No. 37.)

Adjourned at ten minutes after Twelve o'clock.

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END OF TABLE OF CONTENTS To Vol. CXXX.

VOL. CXXX. (FOURTH SERIES.)

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FIFTH SESSION OF THE TWENTY-SEVENTH PARLIAMENT OF

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, IN THE

FOURTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF

Speech iwlicates revision by the Member.

HIS MAJESTY

KING EDWARD VII.

SECOND VOLUME OF SESSION.

22

An Asterisk (*) at the commencement of

HOUSE OF COMMONS. wished to enter a protest against the Bill

on the ground that it contained a prinWednesday, 17th February, 1904.

ciple that would be prejudicial, not only

to private enterprise but to municipal The House met at Two of the Clock. undertakings, if carried into effect. The

Bill sought to incorporate, against its will,

the London County Council as a party to NEW WRIT.

this Trust, and for reasons which might New Writ for the Borough of Birming: subsequently develop he now entered his ham (South Division), in the room of the protest. Still he believed the common right hon. Joseph Powell Williams, sense of a Committee of the House of deceased.-(Sir A. Acland-Hood.) Commons would put upon the measure

the stemp of disapproval which it

deserved.
UNOPPOSED PRIVATE BILL
BUSINESS.

Bill read a second time and committed.

Great Eastern Railway Bill; Great Rickmansworth and Uxbridge Valley Eastern Railway (Steamboats) Bill; Water Bill (by Order). Second Reading Wellington (Somerset) Gas Bill. Read á deferred till Tuesday next (Evening second time, and committed.

Sitting). THAMES STEAMBOAT TRUST BILL. Kilmarnock Corporation Order Confir[SECOND READING.]

mation Bill. Read a second time; to be

considered upon Friday. Order of the Day for the Second Reading read.

Ryde Gas. Report (16th February]

from the Select Committee on Standing Me. JOHN BURNS (Battersea) said Orders read. he did not wish to prevent the Bill going upstairs to a Committee but he Bill to be read a second time.

VOL. CXXX. (FOURTH SERIES. A

PETITIONS.

State for the Home Department to in

quire into the question of Musical CopyLICENCE HOLDERS IN THE CITY

right, with separate Report by Mr. J. OF WINCHESTER.

Caldwell, M.P., and Minutes of Evidence Petition from Winchester, for redress [by Command); to lie upon the Table. of grievances; to lie upon the Table.

MILITARY WORKS ACTS, 1897, 1893, and

1901. LICENCES (RENEWAL). Petitions against alteration of Law:

Account presented, for the period ended from Hastings; York; Sunderland; 31st March, 1903, together with the ReBrighton; Harringay (two); Blackpool port of the Comptroller and Auditor(two); Ilkley; Garth; Skelmersdale ;

General thereon [by Act]; to lie upon Gowerton; Gorseinon; Lewes; Sheffield the Table, and to be printed. [No. 60.) (two); Stratford; Morriston; Charlestown; Bolton (three); Morecombe; Irleth;

NATIONAL DEBT (SAVINGS BANKS AND

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES).
Lewisham; Broughton; Great Harwood;
Haslington; Bellingham ; Aintree ;

Annual Account presented, for the
Broughty Ferry; Preston; Exeter (two); period ended 20th November, 1903 [by
Bedminster Down; Lancaster and Act]; to lie upon the Table, and to be
Chester; Ladywood; Bingley; Ladybank; printed. [No. 61.)
Letham; Tayport; Bwlchgwyr; Salern;
Stonebroom; Mumbles; Birstal; Clydach; NATIONAL DEBT (MILITARY SAVINGS
Abergwynfin; Landore; Dalston; Crewe;

BANKS). Gomersal; Bodfari; Llansilin; Cerrigydm- Account presented, of the Gross Amount dior ;

Bryngwyn; Penrhyn (two); of all Moneys received and paid by the Llanbedr ; Coupar Angus; Foston; South Commissioners for the Reduction of the Wigston; Kirkby in Furness; Eccleshall; National Debt on account of the Fund for Chelmsford; Hemingfield; Capel Newydd; Military Savings Banks, from 19th SepNewnham on Severn; Hereford; Llwyn- tember, 1845, to the 5th January, 1904 [by celyn; Durham; Watch Tower; Penrhyn Act]; to lie upon the Table, and to be Dendraeth_(two); Ffosyffin; Glasgow; printed. [No. 62.] Pennant; Bream; Penmorfa; Llwyndafydd ; Brecon ; Blaenafon ; Rochdale

DUCHY OF LANCASTER. (two); Blaecefn; Blaenplwyf; Llanfran

Accounts presented, for the year ended Tregaron ; Blaencaron; and

21st December, 1903 [by Act); to lie upon Trigwron; to lie upon the Table.

the Table, and to be printed. [No. 63.] LOCAL AUTHORITIES (QUALIFICATION OF WOMEN).

NAVY (SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATE,

1903-4). Petition of the College Hall Old Students' Association, for legislation ; to

Copy presented, of Estimate of the

Further Amount required during the year lie upon the Table.

ending 31st March, 1904, beyond the sum PARLIAMENTARY FRANCHISE.

already provided in the Grant for Navy Petition from Staffordshire, for exten- Services for the year [by Command); to sion to women; to lie upon the Table. lie upon the Table, and to be printed.

[No. 64.]

dog ;

RETURNS, REPORTS, ETC.

NAVY ESTIMATES, 1904-5.

Estimates presented, for the year 1904-5 INEBRIATES' ACTS, 1879 TO 1899 (REGU. with Explanation of Differences [by LATIONS) (IRELAND).

Command); to lie upon the Table, and to Paper (presented 16th February] to be be printed. [No. 65.] printed. [No. 59.]

NAVY (STATEMENT EXPLANATORY OF MUSICAL COPYRIGHT COMMITTEE.

ESTIMATES). Copy presented, of Report of the Com- Copy presented, of Statement of the mittee appointed by the Secretary of First Lord of the Admiralty explanatory

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