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Post OFFICE (IRELAND-MR. THOMAS BEGGS, POSTMASTER, BALLYCLARE,

Co. ANTRIM-Question, Mr. J. O'Connor (Tipperary, S.); Answer, The

Postmaster General (Mr. Raikes)

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ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY_REMOVAL FROM BALLYMOTE, Co. SLIGO —

Questions, Mr. Clancy, Mr. Sexton; Answers, The Parliamentary

Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

8

Post OFFICE (IRELAND) — LETTER SORTERS—THE KINGSTOWN Packer Post

OFFICE-Questions, Mr. Clancy; Answers, The Postmaster General

(Mr. Raikes)

BOARD OF TRADE (MARINE DEPARTMENT)—SHIPWRECKS AND Loss of Life

IN THE BRISTOL CHANNEL-STEAM TUG OFF THE MUMBLES HEAD-

Question, Mr. Maclure ; Answer, The First Lord of the Admiralty

(Lord George Hamilton)

10

INLAND NAVIGATION AND DRAINAGE (IRELAND)-The GwEEDORE-BUN-BEG

CONSTABULARY BARRACKS — Questions, Mr. Arthur O'Connor; An-

swers, The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonul King-

Harman)

10

DISPENSARIES (IRELAND-THE GWEEDORE DISPENSARY DISTRICT-Ques-

tion, Mr. Arthur O'Connor; Answer, The Parliamentary Under Secre-

tary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

11

ROYAL Irish CoNSTABULARY_CONSTABULARÝ HUT IN PARISH OF Convoy,

Co. DONEGAL-Questions, Mr. Arthur O'Connor; Answers, The Par-

liamentary Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

11

CRIMINAL LAW AND Procedure (IRELAND) ACT, 1887–PROSECUTIONS FOR

ASSAULT_MOUNTMELLICK, QUEEN's Co. —Question, Mr. Carew; An-

swer, The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-

Harman)

12

LABOURERS (ÍRELAND) Acts-ACTION OF BOARDS OF GUARDIANS - Question,

Mr. Macartney ; Answer, The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Ire-

land (Colonel King-Harman)

13

LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND ART-ACTION OF LIGHT ON

WATE

ATER COLOUR

PAINTINGS-Question, Sir Algernon Borthwick; Answer, The Vice

President of the Council (Sir William Hart Dyke)

14

LAW AND JUSTICE (ENGLAND AND Wales)-Mansfield (DERBY) POLICE

Court-Question, Mr. Conybeare; Answer, The Secretary of State for

the Home Department (Mr. Matthews)

14

UNITED STATES-INFRACTIONS OF THE ALASKAN FISHERY Laws-Question,

Mr. Gourley; Answer, The Under Secretary of State for Foreign

Affairs (Sir James Fergusson)

15

HAYTI-TREATMENT OF BRITISH SUBJECTS-

_MR. Coles-Question, Mr.

Bradlaugh ; _Answer, The Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

(Sir James Fergusson)

16

WAR OFFICE-RETIREMENT OF CIVIL SERVANTS-MR. JAMES SMEATON-

Question, Mr. Bradlaugh; Answer, The Financial Secretary, War

Department (Mr. Brodrick)

16

LICENSING LAWS-THE QUEEN'S JUBILEE NIGHT_EXTENSION OF HOURS AT

OKEHAMPTON—Question, Mr. Burt; Answer, The Secretary of State

for the Home Department (Mr. Matthews)

17

Evictions (IRELAND) - ARREST OP DANIEL O'Connor, CARRIGROHANE, Co.

CORK-Question, Mr. Sexton; Answer, The Parliamentary Under

Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harmau)

17

LAW POLICE (IRELAND) — ALLEGED MISCONDUCT IN CORK

THEATRE-Questions, Mr. Sexton, Mr. Macartney, Mr. J. O'Connor

(Tipperary, S.); Answers, The Parliamentary Under Secretary for

Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

18

Royal IRISH CONSTABULARY—THE Riots PORTRUSH-CONSTABLE

M CAFFREY-Questions, Mr. Sexton; Answers, The Parliamentary

Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

19

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CENTRAL ASIA-AFGHANISTAN-THE ESCAPE AYOUB KHAN

TEHERAN—Questions, Dr. Tanner, Mr. Arthur O'Connor; Answers,

The Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Sir James Fergus-

son)

20

Poor Law (IRELAND)-—-Boards of Guardians - SAMPLES FOR TENDERS

- Question, Mr. O'Doherty; Answer, The Parliamentary Under

Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

21

HOME OFFICE (Factory DEPARTMENT)

FACTORY PROSECUTIONS

HALIFAX-Question, Mr. Howell ; Answer, The Secretary of State

for the Home Department (Mr. Matthews)

22

LAW AND POLICE (IRELAND) ALLEGED MISCONDUCT

CORK

THEATRE — Question, Mr. Macartney; Answer, The Parliamentary

Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

22

LAW AND JUSTICE-WRONGFUL CONVICTION AT THE SURREY SESSIONS,

Question, Mr. Conybeare; Answer, The Secretary of State for the

Home Department (Mr. Matthews)

23

CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE (IRELAND) ACT, 1887–CONVIction of .

P. HAYDEN AT GLASSON PETTY SESSIONS, Co. WESTMEATH-Questions,

Mr. Tuite, Mr. Sexton; Answers, The Parliamentary Under Secretary

for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

24

WVAR OFFICE-AUXILIARY FORCES—DISMISSAL FROM THE HALLAMSHIRE

RIFLES-Questions, Mr. Cony beare; Answers, The Secretary of State

for (

25

WAR OFFICE (ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT)-MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT-

)

CLOTHING OF CAVALRY REGIMENTS --Question, Mr. Conybeare; An-

swer, The Secretary of State for War (Mr. E. Stanhope)

25

BURIAL ACTS-BATTERSEA BURIAL BOARD-CEMETERY SUTTON

Question, Mr. Gilliat; Answer, The Secretary of State for the Homo

Department (Mr. Matthews)

26

EvICTIONS (IRELAND-ESTATE OF THE EARL OF WICKLOW-Questions,

Mr. Carew, Mr. Sexton ; Answers, The Parliamentary Under Secre-

tary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)..

26

COAL MINES REGUĽATION Act—THE REGULATIONS -SAFETY LAMPS-

Question, Mr. Howell; Answer, The Secretary of State for the Home

Department (Mr. Matthews)

LAW AND JUSTICE (ENGLAND AND Wales) - EAST GLOUCESTERSHIRE -

CHIPPING CAMDEN PETTY SESSIONS-ExcessIVE FLOGGING-Question,

Mr. Handel Cossham ; Answer, The Secretary of State for the Home

Department (Mr. Matthews)

28

LAW AND JUSTICE (ExGLAND AND Walys) CASE OF JOHN HAY,

WRONGFULLY CONVICTED—Question, Sir Guyer Hunter ; Ansier, The

Attorney General (Sir Richard Webster)..

29

Tue SOUTHERN PACIFIC—SAMOA –Observation, The Under Secretary of

State for Foreign Affairs (Sir James Fergusson)

30

NORTH SEA FISHERIES OUTRAGES ON BRITISH FISHERY VESSELS

BELGIAN TRAWLERS Tue “ Trio"- Question, Sir Henry Tyler;

Answer, The Secretary to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De

Worms)

30

TRUCK BilL—THE IRISH WAGES CLAUSE_Questions, Mr. Sexton, Mr.

Bradlaugh ; Auswers, The First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. H.

Smith :) - Sloved, “That the Lords' Reasons be printed, and that

they be considered on Monday,"-(Mr. Sexton :)-Motion agreed to 30

LAW AND JUSTICE-THE MAGISTRACY—The DARTMOUTH MAGISTRATES -

Question, Mr. Clancy; Answer, The Secretary of State for the Home

Department (Mr. Matthews)

32

COAL MINES REGULATION BILL-Question, Mr. Arthur O'Connor; An-

swer, The First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith)

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SUPPLY-REPORT--Resolutions (8th September] reported

Resolutions 1 to 5 agreed to.

Resolution 64

Amendment proposed, to leave out“ £906,800," and insert “ £905,800,"?

-(Mr. Sexton :)-Question proposed, " That £906,800' stand part of

the Resolution :"-After short debate, Amondment, by leave, with-

draun :-Resolution agreed to.

Resolutions 7 to 10 agreed to.

Resolution 11-

Amendment proposed, to leave out “ £655,000,” and insert " £654,900,"

-(Mr. Conybeare :)--Question proposed, " That ' £655,000' stand part

of the Resolution : "—After short debate, Question put, and agreed to:

-Resolution agreed to.

Subsequent Resolutions agreed to.

WAYS AND MEANS-REPORT-
Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill-

Resolution [8th September] reported

IRELAND-GRANT OF A City CILARTER TO BELFAST-Questions, Mr.

Sexton; Answers, The First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith).

Resolution agreed to.

Ordered, That leave be given to bring in a Bill to apply a sum out of the Consolidated

Fund to the service of the year ending on the thirty-first day of March, ono
thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight, and to appropriate the Supplies granted
in this Session of Parliament, and that Mr. Courtney, Dir. Chancellor of the Exche-
quer, and alr. Jackson do prepare and bring it in.

Bill presented, and read the first time.

Expiring Laws Continuance Bill [Bill 363]–

Moved, That the Bill be now read a second time"

SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS ON SUNDAY (IRELAND) Bill-Observa-

tions, Mr. J. O'Connor (Tipperary, S.:)—Short Debate thereon

Question put, and agreed to :-Bill read a second time, and committed for

To-morrow.

Superannuation Acts Amendment Bill [Bill 351] -

Order for Committee read :- Mored, “That Mr. Speaker do now leavo the

Chair,"—(Mr. Jackson)

After short debate, Question put, and agreed to :-Bill considered in Com-

mittee :--After short time spent therein, Bill reported; as amended, to

be considered To-morrow.

Technical Schools (Scotland) Bill [Bill 358)-

Bill, as amended, considered
Moved, " That the Bill be now read the third time : »-Question put,

and agreed to :-Bill read the third time, and passed.

British Settlements Bill [Lords] [Bill 369]—

Order for Committee read :- Hoved, “That Mr. Speaker do now leave

the Chair,” -(Sir Henry Holand)

After short debato, Question put, and agreed to :—Bill considered in Com-

mittee:- After short time spent therein, Bill reported; as amended, to

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Superannuation Acts Amendment Bill (Bill 354]-

Bill, as amended, considered

After debate, dloved, " That the Bill be now read the third time :

After further short debate, Question put: – The House divided ;

Ayes 81, Noes 16; Majority 65.—(Div. List, No. 472.)

Bill read the third time, and passed.

Bankruptcy (Discharge and Closure) Bill (Bill 327]—

Bill, as amended, considered

Moved, “That the Bill be now road the third timo,"—(Idr. Attorney

" .

General:)-After short debate, Question put :-The House divided ;

Ayes 80, Noes 14 ; Majority 66.-(Div. List, No. 473.)

Bill read the third time, and passed.

Deeds of Arrangement (No. 2) Bill [Lords] [Bill 381]-

Bill, as amended, considered

Mored, " That the Bill be now read the third time," -(Mr. Attorney

Goneral.)

Amendment proposed, to leave out the word "now," and at the end of

the Question to add the words “ upon this day three months,”—(Mr.

Clancy.)

Question proposed, “That the word 'now'stand part of the Question : "

After short debate, Amendment, by leave, withdrawn.

Main Question put, and agreed to :—Bill read the third time, and passed,

with Amendments.

Expiring Laws Continuance Bill [Bill 363)-

Order for Committee read :- Moved, “ That Mr. Speaker do now leave

the Ohair"

Amendment proposed, to leave out from the word “That” to the end of

the Question, in order to add the words “this House will, upon this

day three months, resolve itself into the said Committee,”-(Mr.

Arthur O'Connor,)-instead thereof.

Question proposed, “That the words proposed to be left out stand part of

the Question : "—After short debate, Question put, and agreed to.

Main Question put, and agreed to :-Bill considered in Committeo :-After

some time spent therein, Bill reported, without Amendment; read the

third time, and passed.

Escheat (Procedure) Bill [Lords] [Bill 373]–

Bill considered in Committee

After some time spent therein, Bill reported, with Amondments.
Moved, That the Bill, as amended, be now considered,”-(Mr. W. H.

Smith:)-Question put, and agreed to :-Bill, as amended, considered.

Moved, That the Bill be now read the third time,"-(Mr. W. H.

Smith :)—Question put, and agreed to :-Bill read the third time, and

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